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ENGLISH MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. LONDON, Sept. 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 19 November 1864

ENGLISH MONETARY AND COIIMIERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. : ': Lo0nox, Sept. 26. This lhas beeoon a very trying mohth to tihe mercantile classes. Money, instead of be coming cheaper, has grown dearer. From eight per cent., at which .it stood at this time in August, the bank mninimium lhais gone up to nine per cont., while second aiid third class paper can only be discounted at toen or eleven per cent. Transactions must be extremely profitable to endure such ruin ous terms; and few trades indeed can long submnit to such an exaction. Yet, in spite of this severe and protracted strain upon credit, and in the faco, too, of numerous failures, the public mind is remarkably calm; nothing like panic is anywhere ob servable; and although the tighten ing of the discount screw is generally the signal for a feverish rush to secure an ample supply of gold, yet on this occasioin the applications have been steady and moderate. Meanu while, loanablo capital is abundant. The bank stores are gradually augmenti...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And Chronicle, The
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MORE MAIL ROBBERIES.— ENCOUNTER WITH THE BUSHRANGERS.—SERGEANT PARRY, OF THE GUNDAGAI POLICE, SHOT DEAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 19 November 1864

MlORE MIAIL EOBBERIIES. - ENCOUNTER WITII THE BUSHRANGERS.-SERGEANT PARRY, OF THE GUNIDAGAI POLICE, SHOT DEAD. (From to-daly's e'as Courier.) Is our last issue wo remarked that for some timo poot we had to record each wck two mail robborics on the main southern road, within sixty or seventy miles of Yses. This week proves no oxception. 'The mail from Gundagai to Yass waos roboml on Tuo?sday afternoon; and on Wedneosday one of tho most during attacks we have yet had to record was perpetrated on the mail and the mounted escort which acerompanied it, on the same line of road and within a fewor miles of the ocono of the outrage onil the pre ceding day. The daily journals are continually referring nm stirring leading articles to the defenrico less etate of Sydney hacbour; but we should imagine it to bo much moro nocc.a.ry that dofonco losa travollera on the high roads of tho colony shotld bo properly protected, and fully time that asono offective mans woro adopted to put an end to tho di...

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OSWALD CRAY. CHAPTER XXII. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 19 November 1864

OSWALD CRAY. Y M)M. H5IIRY WOOD, AUTIIOR OF EA5T LYNN.. CIIAPTER XXII. FOu some daya subsequent to the interview with Neal, and that valuable servant's start ling communication, Mr. Oswald Cray ro mained in what may be called a sea of con fusion. The unhappy circumstances attend ant on Lady Oswald's death never left his mind; the strange suspicions first arising naturally, as they dlid arise, and then nugmented by Neal's disclosure, seemed to be ever waging hot war within him, for they were entirely antagonistic to sober reason, to his life-long experience of Dr. Davenal. It cannot be denied that Oswald Cray, calm of telmperLnment, sound of judgment though he was, did fill into the snnare that the web of events had woven around him; and, in the midnight watches, when things wear to our senses a weird, ghost-like huen, the dis ogreeoblo word, murder, suggested itself to him oftener than he would have cared to con fess in bIroad matter-of-flct daylight. But as the days went on his sen...

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

Australian Joint S?tock Bank. INTEREST allowed on fixed doposits at current rates. Drafts issued on all the branches and agencies in New South Wales, Queensland, Victoria, Adelaido, Tasmania, and New Zealand; also on Englaend, Ireland, and Scbtland. HENRY I. WEST, Goulburn. Manager. 1609 BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES, ESTAnLISHED 1817. CAPITAL, £1,000,000. RESERVE FUND, £250,000. GOULB U?RN BRANCH. -NTEREST allowed on fixed deposits at the fol I.' lowhig rihtes: 'or 3 months, 3 per cent. per annum. 12 ,, 5 . Bills discounted at currant rates. Drafts issued on London, and all the branches of the Royal Banke of Sotltand and the National Bank of Ireland. Also, on all thoebranches of thio bankl in New South Wales, Victoria, Queensland, and New Zealand, and on the agents of the Bank in South Australia and Tasmania. ALEXANDER ANDERSON, Manager. Goulburn,. 1st August, 1864. 1533 Wanted to be Known, T|HAT MI. DE BARR'S SALE of TOBACCO now exceeds TWELVE HUNDRED POUNDS PER MONTH, and can now sell ...

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

TO CORRIESPO jETS. " Attention to the follorinq rulea till prrvent diep olnt. moat:--J'e do not et'derlahe to insert letttor ohich nt unacompanied b! an assuranee that coploe hbvt not been tent to other paterd.--Ibe cannot return rjecttd tot. munfeatlton.-?WOrhito rilling to enahe ordinarll co. S.rectint, noe tlust onit lcltert nthich require ro-tritin to fi t22 ?7 £':;'t l°-- t7hemfo"r°, b t n°,tl, e,, ,t to1 nt,, he d ir o i uniotont l070 to r tcae ta t noon on Ihe Mlondayt andl Thourobtago PEcttltng publication.- yp. enutri tot 0ll 0 cse it furniehed evith the ortler# conotr and attldt--not ftr Ooolicotlon, btas a guarnntt, of oood.fatth.

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TROOPS FOR AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 19 November 1864

TnooPs ron AUSTRALIA-Tile chartered troopship lioxburgh Castle, 1121 tons, Captain C. IDinmedale (Sub-Lieutonant Royal Naval Rosorvo), belonging to Messrs. Green and Co., which has been chartered by the government for the convoyance of Royal Artillery to Australia, loft (Gravcsened Sept. 6th, having on board Lieutenant-Colonel C. II. Smith, Lioetenant W. H. Graham, Lieutenant A. L. C. Smithett, Lieutonant C. Boyd, Aesistant-Staffs-urgoce J. T. Mil burn, six sorgeants, eight corporals, two bulers, aud oightyfivo geunoe of no, 7 Battery, 2nd brigade Royal Artillery, from Dover, together with thirtooeen women and seventeen children, the wholo of whom ro. ceeded to Melbourne. Prior to the troops embarking, the Reoxburgh Castle was in spected by Major-Gonoral Sir Robert Wal pole, K.C.B., commanding thIe Ohatham district, in order to ascertain that the whole of the arrangements for thie ]lealth and comfort of the non-commissioned oflicers and men during the voyageo were complete. The troo...

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GOULBURN WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 23 November 1864

OOULIUItN WIIOL.AL t'RIICI CURRENT. Ihcat, Ros. bushirel. Flonr, itle, £28 ov tou; ,eo tdo. £27 - Pollard, ls.-8d. hi bushel; or To. by the half toe. Brn; Ie. 44. $t bushel; or Is, by the half ton. Iread, 7d. ' 2-lb. loet. . Ilatee, 3T. d. to'd4. (d. per bushel. Blarle, Engllsh, 3,. Cd. to 4s. !S loohel, soarec; Cape, 2s. 14. no demandl. Oats, 29. Od. to 3s; 0d. hi bulshel. ayo, £3 to £4 nI tou.- . . Blutter, Ireeh, 8d. Ti lb.; salt, C0., Chreese, 4d1. IN l 1. ,. Racon, bd. 4 lb. EGOgs, 8d. to Pd. q dozen. Pootatoes. 2s. od. to 3o. hr wt.L Onton,, 18o. y owlt., scarce Pat Cattle, prime, £5; medium, £3 Io. to £4., Sheep, 10. to 12se 7, head. Pigsa, 3d. to 4d. '^0 1b. dreo (retail), 3d. to 4d. 7 lb. Muttoin (retlail), 4d. t II , Tallol, beef, £261 to £21 -i ton ;mutton, £28. 1I3d,, 60. to Cs.' clh. ldcchtine, ad.0 .oe washed 7d. 16 1b. C~,rrloe h ton--Syddey to outlburu, £4 10. to £6 GOtol. burn to Sydney, £3;" (loulbhrn to Lambing Flat, £4 : Ooulburn to Adelong, £5 to £8; Itoulbur, t...

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COMMERCIAL. GOULBURN, Tuesday 10 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 23 November 1864

CO iON IERCJAL. GOULBURN, Tuesday 10 p.m. W\Vmu?r a? FLrouu.-At Conollv's Mill:-Fino flour, £28 per ton; seconds, £27; it: less than half ton, Is. per 100 lb. extra. Pollard, £6 15s. per ton, Is. Sd. per bushel; bran, £4 per ton, Is. per bushel. Wheat, good samples, 10s. per bushel. . At Emanuel's Mill :-Fine flour, £28 per ton; seconds, £27 ; if less than half-ton, Is. per 100 lb. extra. Wheat, best eamples,'l0s. per buhol. Bran, SvxoDE PlonucP. 1MARK?cr. - Messrs. Durham and Irwin report:-Wool.-For the sales of Friday 756 lales wore catalogued, of which about 440 wore disposed of. Prices througliout ruled lower than those obtained prior to the arrival of the mail.. Tihe ddoline noticoable ranged from ,d. to ld. per lb. Prices ranged from 44d. to 20d. per lb. Skins. The quantity catalogued for our sale was about 10,000, of various growth and quality, for which the quotations of last week were well maintained. Prices obtained were from 23d. to 9{d. per lb. Tal low.-Thereo is a sligh...

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THE MURDER OF SERGEANT PARRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 23 November 1864

THE MtUIRDER OP SERGEANT PARRY. IHav~Ix in our last given the Yass Courier's account of the murder of Sergeant Parry we now append that of the IMurrumbidgeo Herald, a paper published in Gundagai: One of thie most desperate encounters between the police and bushrangers took place on Thiursday last, a:'out five miles on the Gundagai side of Jugiong. The down mail left Gundagai at the usual hour, eos corted by Mr. Sub-inspector O'Neill and Sergeant Parry, with one of the Yass foot police on the box by the side of the driver. Trooper Mll Loughlin' had preceded the coach about two hours. About half-past eleven a.m., when within a few miles of Jugiong, two armed men rode up to the coach at a hiand gallop and demanded the driver to bail up. Hlr. Rose. the police-magistrato, who was a pas senger by the coach, then waved his hat to the troopers who were some short distance in the rear, and they immediately put spurs to their horses and rode up. When the police got within range of the bushran...

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MR. SIBLEY'S LECTURE. To the Editor of the Herald and Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 23 November 1864

DIR. SIBLEY'S LECTURE. To the Editor of the Herald and Chlronticle. Smn,-Tho lecture advertised to be delivered to. morrow evening, at the mechanics' institute, on the political disputo-protection v. free trade, I am dis posed to think has been irregularly decided upon, arising from a political influence outside. This I am sure of, the acceptance of the lecturer on this subject has not had the oanction of the committee who represent the members of the institute. Yours, &c., A COIIMMITTEELATN. November 22, 1864.

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THE POLICY OF THE GOVERNMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 23 November 1864

THE POLICY OF TIHE GOVERNMENT. (Fron tre, Maitland MIeeer.) Mnl. FoasTea has addressed the electors of East Sydney, and, after defending at considerable length the conduct of the ministry, has given us a glimpse of the ministerial policy. Unfortunately for the cause of the ministry it is a glimpse that gives but a very scanty Insight, and contains nothing that can fairly be said to amount to a satisfaiotry excuse for thd late unwise, though not unprecedented, delay in the re-assembling of parliament. If that doelay could have been justified under the circumstances, it would havoe been, as MIr. Forster himself re marks, by the work done during the recess. But it should also have been shown that the work done was necesosry work, done well. It is not enough for Mr. Forster to say, see how busy we hlvo boon. In order to make out a good case he was bound to show that the goverriment had been at tending to the business that most urgently required to be despatched. Had he shown that the rd...

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INQUEST ON SERGEANT PARRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 23 November 1864

INQUEST ON SERGEANa T PAiRRY. , (From the 'Yau CoLurIr.) Ti: following is the ovidonce talcon at tihe inquest hbd 01t Juglong beforo Mr. Roos: elichael Ryan deposed: I amo a carrier; this m?0ratlg 1 was proceeding with my teams from aundngai to Yass; ubout two o'clock this afternoon Iherd shots fired when I was about four miles om Jugiong; when I hoard the shots fired I sus tlhld that the bushrangors wero thoro; presently a S.... c.me bahck follo??ed by two smn, whom I 0Pe to he lien hall and young Dunn; subso I?t?tly 1 heard them call one another by those a?enO the bushryngers were firing at the trooper, hio ws every now and then turning round an d t at them; at last they overtooke him and ho tI vith them; I was compelled to proeood o on tho lft side of the eoad, and was do taijed thleor by Dnn, Gilbort, ndI IHall; 1 nuow the lst wasn li Ben Iloll, for he cliled himself so and was so called by the other men ; by degrees, about forty persons were brought to this hill by the bash. ra...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 23 November 1864

" WITIe what measure yo mote it shall be measured to you again." On the 18th August last year Mr. Martin, then an active member of the opposition, moved in the Assembly " that in the opinion of this House the alarming state of insecurity for life and property which has so long pro vailed throughout the country districts is in the highest degree discreditable to her Ma josty's ministers in this colony." The honor able gentleman took occasion to quote from the newspapers the particulars of a number of robberies by bushrangers that had taken place during some months. He made out the best case-or, perhaps it should rather be said, the worst case-lie could, and was particularly severe on the inefficiency of the police. Certainly lie was accused of reading the reports of the same robberies twice over, taking first the telegrams and then the do tailed accounts which followed; but after making some allowance for this there need still be no hesitation in saying that he made out a tolerably g...

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LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 23 November 1864

LOCAL AIVD .PO VINCIAL. IhQUEST ON TIIE BODY OF Moo? . HALL.-Th? in quest on the body of Mrs. Hall, late of Gundary; was resumed on Monday last, at the Royal Hotel, before Dr. Waugh, coroner. It may be remembered that the inquiry was commenced on the 3rd instant, and after ovidonco had boon taken, was adjourned, in order to allow of a microscopic examination of a stain on the coat of deceased's husband being made in Sydney. The stained piece was accordingly for warded to the attorney-general, by whose direction it was submitted to Professor Smith, of the Sydney University, and Dr. Roberts. Some considerable time elapsed before the result of these gentlemon's examination was made known to'the coroner; and in the meantime the husband, John Ball, was do tainod in custody. The report of the examination having at length boon received, the inquest was restimed is above stated. The report alluded to was laid'bofore thejury. It was to the olbct that the stain was beliyeod to be of blood; bu...

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FURTHER AMERICAN NEWS. SYDNEY, Tuesday morning. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 23 November 1864

FURTHER AMERICAN NEWS. [PERc ?ECTRIC TELeORAPHII. SYDNEY, Tuesday morning. WE have American news to the 29th Sep tember. A battle in the Shenandoah valley com menced on .the 10th.. The Federal general Sheridan attacked the Confederates, who were forced to retreat. During four days the Federals continued the pursuit. The Confederates lost two of their generals, is large number of officers and privates, up wards of 5000 prisoners, and 25 guns. Mobile has surrendered. General Grant still maintains the siege of Richmond. The fall of Petersburg .was speedily ex pected.. The inhabitants of Georgia were treating with General Sherman for peace. The draft was proceeding quietly. Blair, had resigned the office of post mastor-general. Grant and Lee were making preparations for a great struggle ' Forest captured Athens and butchered a great number of negro troops.. . President Jofferson' Davis is reported to be anxious for peace. A great fire had occurred at New York, the loss being estimated a...

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MELBOURNE, Tuesday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 23 November 1864

MIELBOURNE, Tuesday evening. Ix the divorce case Molesworth v. Molesworth a verdict has been given for the husband. Barry, teller of the Oriental Bank, has been com mitted for trial for embezzlement.

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE SYDNEY, Tuesday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 23 November 1864

iTELEGRAPIlC JNTELLIGENCE [FROM OUR COnesaDroaoENTB.] SYDNEY, Tuesday afternoon. We have reports of Ben Hall's gang having robbed Me Nish's station. The northern mail was robbed yesterday. Stewart, for murder, has been'hanged at Bathurst. Hoe acknowledged his guilt. Mr. S. A. Joseph has come forward as one of the free trade candidates for West Sydney. Tuesday night. East Sydney election--Cowpor Caldwell Nealo Hart lowest heads Martin three hundred. [From the foregoing it is not clear how the elec tion has terminated; but we print the message ox actly as received.]

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TO THE ELECTORS OF ARGYLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 23 November 1864

TO THE ELECTORS O0 AttiGYLE. (Per favour of the lIerold.) Gcas'rl?sxis,-To us again is entrusted the duty of electing a member to represont our interests in the Assembly. In discharging this important duty -made the more so on this occasion, as matters of vital consequonceo to the future wellire of the colony will engage the labours of the Assembly-wo should well and carefully weigh the fitness, abilities, and Inotivos of those who soel to attain the honoit) and the trust. Lot ctali and isepartial rollectlion' gi us in our choice: free from the bitterness, aonimsit and ill-fooling which importing matters quite apart from politics ongender, and in Io who is the most deserving of our confidonco let it be placed. In this spirit I would discuss the merits, if any, of the can didates now before us. ?lr. wooro is an untried man with as yet no political croeed bfore the public. Weo knuow he has t railway mania-a panaceat in his opinion, that is to cure all the ovils which now afilict the s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 23 November 1864

TplIE IREV. FREDK. T. BRENTNALL will I deliver A LECTURE, on " POETRY or THilS IlEAIT AND loitM1." in thli Wesloynn School-room, on TIIURSI)DAY EVEN ING NEXT. To commence punctually at half-past seven o'clock. At the closn a collection wiil he made towards the erection of a Wesleyan Clhurclh t Waggn Waggn. MCr. Brontnall will preanch in the Goldsmith-street Church on SUNDAY NEXT, morning and evening. 2069 Goulburn Mechanics' Institute. FrlHIS (Wednesday) EVENING, the 2!3rd instant, 1 Mr. II. T. Sibley will deliver a LECTURE at the Mechanies' Institute, the subject being " Pno TECTION AND FBn]II-TRADE, as considered with ro spect to social science and political economy." The chair will he taken at half-past seven o'clock. Members admitted free, with the privilege of in troducing two ladies; non-members Is. each. CIIAS. J. POOLE, 2040 Uon. Secretary. Electoral District of Goulburn. SN pursuance of a writ directed to me by his Excellency the Governor-Generl, I hiereby give otlice thnt ...

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BRAIDWOOD, Tuesday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 23 November 1864

BI?AIDWOOD, Tuesday afternoon. AT thoe'quarter-sessions to-day, Matthew and John Iyland, charged with cattle-stealing, were acquitted.

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