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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 26 November 1864

IT is quite untrue to represent that at the present election no principle will be involved save one of personal preference between Mr. Martin and MIr. Cowper. If thllis were the fact there need still be no hesitation in choosing the latter. MIr. Cowpor's character for political honesty and consistency is above impeachment. From the time of the Donaldson administration when he refiused office for principle's sake, down to the time when he rejected the overtures of the Martin ininistry, he has ever been consistent. On the other hand from the time when Mr. Martin first entered parliament by means of a false declaration which led to his expul sion, down to the time when hlie, a high tory, associated with himself in the cabinet suchli radicals as Forstor and Wilson, hIis wholoe career has exhibited an intense desire of eelf-aggrandisoment to the utter exclusion of every consideration of pIrinciple aind duty that stood in his way. Those who prefer honesty to dishonesty, those who prefer c...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And Chronicle, The
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FATE OF OUR TREASURY BILLS IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 26 November 1864

FATE OF OUR TREASURY BILLS IN ENGLAND. (Froe, thelay's S. M. Herald.) W'.T we foretold as the certain result of the Treasury Bills Act of 1861 has now hoon realised. We see that credit is not built on extravagant interest, but that it is fortified by the willingness of the many to lend, ex pressed in the moderation of their terms. or a long time our debontures showed well in the London market. Careless of the general politics of the colony, the capitalist looked only at tlhe established signs of sol vency, and took five per cent. for his money. But in an evil hour we got deep into debt; we wore driven into the money market when it was itself depressed. We find now thalt Victoria gets for debonturos of 100 at 6 per cent., from 108 to 109j. We offer our treasury bills, payable in 1868, and bearing 6 per cent.; and what is the answer of the moneyed world? The following is the notice, which ought to have a permanent record : Now South Wales government treasury bills, issueod under an ac...

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AMERICA. GREAT FEDERAL SUCCESSES IN THE SHENAN-DOAH VALLEY.—REPORTED SURRENDER OF MOBILE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 26 November 1864

AMERICA. G?REAT FEDERAL SUCCESSES IF TIIE sSTEAN DOATI YALLEY.-EISPOICTED SURRENDERl OF MOBILE. BY the barque Marion, Captain Coutts, we have San Francisco papers to the 29th of September, being thirteen days later than that brought by the mail steamer Northam, via Marseoillos. The Evening Bulletin of thile 21stremarkls, in its news of the day :--Tlo victory of Sheridan over Early on Monday last in the Shenandoah Valley turns out even more im portant and brilliant than was at first re ported. The number of rebels taken pri soners was 3000, with five pieces of artillery and fifteen battle flags. The rout of the enemy was complete. Sheridan has been promoted to a brigadier-generalship in the regular army, and Grant has ordered 100 guns to be fired in honour of the victory. The Dnaily Alta of same date states Sheri dnn suddenly attacked Early and BIreckin ridge in the valley, drove them twelve miles, and through the town of Wincheoster; took 3000 prisoners according to Sheridan's own s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 26 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, Queensland, Victoria, Adolaido, Tasmania, and New Zealand; also on England, Ireland, and Scotland. GENRY I. WEST, Goulbur. BManager. 1609 BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES, ErSTAnLIsHEI 1817. CAPITAL, £1,000oO000. IESERVE FUND, £250,o000. GOULBURN BRANCH. TNTEREST allowed on fixed deposits at the fol I lowing rates: For 3 months, 3 per cent. per annoum. G . 4 ,,1" ,, Bills discounted at currant rates. Drafts issued on London, and all the branches of the Royal Bank of Scotland and the National oBank of Ireland. Also, on all the branches of the banke in New South WVales, Vietoria, Queensland, ncd New Zealand, and on the agents of the Bank in South Australia and Tasmania. ALEXANDER ANDERSON, Manager. Goulburn, Ist August, 1864. 1533 Wanted to be Known, THAT MI. DE BARR'S SALE of TOBACCO . now exceeds TWELVE TIUNDRED POUNDS PER MONTHI, and can nont s...

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TO THE ELECTORS OF GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 26 November 1864

TO THIE ELECTORS OF GOULBURN. (Per farour o/the ilrIld.) GErTLmen?E-,-I My letter a few weekS sincO called upon you when opportunity presented itself, which I then prophetically announced was not far distant, to drive Martin, Eagor, and Co. from office, by saup porting men whose antecedents point to progress commercial vitality-and the best political, social, and moral interests of the community. I asked you to write Ichabod over the door of the firm of Moartin and Co. What have the independent men of East and West Sydney dono? Confirmed the resolution of your representatives, by placing the leading men of the Martin ministry in that obscurity from which they ought never to have emerged. Do you know uartin's political career from his first entrance into public lifo? WVoll, it is but right that history, that faithful record of the good and evil doings of public men, should be unfolded, and then judge the man by his actions, and if, as I believe, you have one spark of genuine love for...

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CLIMATE AFFECTED BY THE DESTRUCTION OF TREES. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 26 November 1864

CLIIMATE AFFECTED BY T?lE DESTRUCTION or TlsREs.--The idea is often advanced that our seasons havo changed. The weather is not now as it was forty years ago, when good poaches were grown in all parts of our country except in some portions of some of our most northern states; and south of New York they attained the highest state of per fection. But within the last fifteen or twenty years, in some sections whdro they once flourished, they cannot now be grown at 1a11; and oven further south, wisero treeoos wero often met with in perfect health thirty or forty years old, now the crop is extremely uncertain, and the trees scarcely survive ten years. The same influonces that have so seriously affected the poeackh have also ppovod injurious to other fruits, and even larm crops have in some degree suffered from to same cause. The question then arises--what hls caused these meteorological changes? Undoubtedly it may be traced to tile general removal of native forests over a wide extent of ou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 26 November 1864

WoijLL..EGrTONT HOUSE, 529, BR1CKIFIELD-HILL, SYDNEY. C. KINGSBOROUGH, Wholesale and Retail Draper. A LARGE Lstock of seasonable drapery and ready made clothing constantly on lhand. Country storekeepers supplied-terms liberal. 334 Investments in Debentures, Bank and other Shares M1AY always be obtained or disposed of, at current . prices, on application to LENNON & CAPE, Stock and Share Brokers, 1665 Terry's Buildincs. P'itt-street, Sydoev. BRISTOL'S SARSAPARILLA. SANITARY CONQUESTS. ILTON says, in the greatest of his sonnets: - Peace hath her victories Scot less renowned than war. The victories which BRISTOL'S SARSAPARILLA has been daily achieving for the past thirty years, have been of this class. They have involved the defeat of almost all human complaints. Scrofulous disorders have been routed, cancers expunged, tu mours obliterated, abscesses hnealed, eruptions re moved, affections of the liver cured, and all distempers originating in an acrid condition of tile secretio...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 26 November 1864

Wanted; lillr?E MAID SEIRVANTS. Apply to MRa. I HANFORD, Clifiird-street. 2008 Wanted Immediately, A QUANTITY of good RYE STIIRAW. Apply T. W. JACOD, 2020 Saddlor, Auburn-stroeet. Wanted, , BRICKLAYERS for the Gibraltar Tunnel (just commenced) on the Great Southern line ex tension from 'Piton to Goulburn. The higbesat waoes will be given. Apply at once to M. oMAY, nattal. 2014 Ottiwell Housel S IIEARIERS WANTED ON MIONDAY .) NEXT. 1000 3. MARSDEN. Five Pounds Reward. LOST, .supposed to be stolen, from Colleutor, A BLACK IIORSE, small ltar on the face, scar on back, branded near shoulder. Whoever will bring the soume to Mr. J. WHEAT LETY, Senior, Collector, will receive One Pound reward; or, if stolen, Five Pounds on conviction. 2002 Five Pounds Reward. QTOLENor strayed from Colliogwood, noar Gnn ingn?,o 1m8th tobethr, TS One BLACK Mi AREI, brandod . on near shoulder, switch toil. The abovero reward will ho paid if stolen on con viction of the thief, or l£ on reovery of the moare, on...

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SYDNEY SUMMARY. THURSDAY afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 26 November 1864

SYDNEY SUIMMIARY. TlronsnAv afternoon. I Sa? as weoll begin at the beginning and give you a condensed account of the nomination and election for East Sydney. The nomination commenced at noon on MIonday, the returning otlicer, Mr. R. Hlill, presiding. Mr. Mackel proposed and Mr. G. Lucas scconued the nomination of the Hon. WV. Forster; Mr tichard Jones proposed and MIr. \V. Speer, mayor of tibe city, secondeod Mr. Cowper; MIr. BI. James proposed and MIr. S. Gleadall seconded MIr. John Caldwell; Mr. Kidman proposed and Mr. Donovan seconded Mr. James IInrt; M[r. J. I. Kettle proposed and MIr. W. IRoberts seconded the lion. J. Martin; MIr. Danaher proposed and Mlr. Geoo seconded IMr. It. Dranlliold; Mr. Driver proposed and MIr. Oatley seconded Mr. J. It. Ncalc; Mr. John lBourigan proposed and Mr. Alderson seconded Mr. It. MI. Isues; Mr. Cover proposed Dr. Duigon, the candidate seconding his own nomination; and Dr. Duigan proposed hr. Cover, the candidate hero also seconding his own nomi...

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MEMBERS RETURNED FOR THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 26 November 1864

EMIIEIERS 11ETURNED FOfl UI;E LEGISLTIVE ASSEMIILY. Nlo. of - Etletorae, member.. Mtembre returned. Enst Sydney ...... 4 flon. Cherlen Coeper, Mlr Caldwell, Mr. . 1I. Nrale. Mr. Hart Went Sydney ...... 4 Mr. J. Iobertesn, Dr. Lnee, Mfr. S. A. Joseph, M[r. J. D. Darvell Prndington ...... 1 Ir. Sutherland l'nrrmntta ... ... 2 Ir. Bvrneo, Mr. Foareell Winsdor ... ... Mr. Walker.

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GOULBURN WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 26 November 1864

OU?tIIUttIN "WIIOLESALE I'RICES OURRIINT. Wheat, 10s. 1 bushlol Feour, ine, £28 1 tou ; *rnnal·. £27. I'ollardl, 1. 81. 17 bushel; or ls. y tho halfton. hran, Is. 4d, 1 bunlcl; or Is. by the half ton. Ir2od, 7d. 1 2-lb. loaf. Malot, 3s. bI. to 4>. Od. per bushe.l. narleu, 1ugllisl, 3n, 0d. to 4. 1P bishel, scarce; Capo, s. Od. no dlmand. Ots, 2ol. 01. to 3l . d. 1 buoIel. /n/o, '3 to £4 1 ton. Bnirrr, fre0bl, 8dl, Ib.; aIlt, 0,1. Chare:, 4d. 1 lb.. Baron, Cd.2* Ib. I7g#, 8d., to Od, dlosen. 'otatoes, 2R. 0?. to 3I. rewt. Onl001 , I8s. 17 owt., scrren Fpot Cnaler, prime, £6; meodlum, £3 10o. to £4. 8Siep, 10. to 12e. I leaId. Plt. Ih,. to 4I. 17 ltb. Dlc. (retaul), 3d. ton 4d. lb. MtIon (roletll), 4d. lb. Tallo,. beof, £20 to £27 n tl; mutton, £28. lidet, 6t. to On. noh.l. Sbheipklnt, Od. ; wanlledl 7*1, Ib. Oalrrlago 1 ton-Oydlney to Oonlburn, £4 Os0. to £51 00OUl burn to Sydney, £3; onllbhurn to Lnmbing Flant, £ : (loulbhurn tn Adlelong, £5 to ; loutlIhurn to Tumut, £5 In £0; On...

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COMMERCIAL. GOULBURN, Friday 10 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 26 November 1864

COMMfERCIAL. GOTULBURN, Friday 10 p.m. WtOzAT A?n FLouvl.-At Conollv's Lill:-Fino flour, £28 per ton; seconds, £27; if less than half ton, is. per 100 lb. extra. Pollard, £6 1is. per ton, is. 8d. per butshel; bran, £1 per ton, is. per bushel. Wheat, good samples, 10s. per bushel. At Emannol's Mill :-Fine flour, £28 per ton; seconds, £27 ; if less than half-ton, is. per 100 lb. extra. Wheat, bost samples, 10s. per buhol. Bran, £4 per ton wholesale. ls. per bushol retail; pollard, £6 ISa. per ton wholesalo, is. 8d. per bushel retail. Avcrostsste' RPORTt.-MOesrs. Finlay and Co. report:-Fat Stock.-.A slight improvement. is ob servable in the cattle market, owing in a great measure to the scarcity of fat stock in Sydney. Tho trade are also purchasers of any thing prime, but great dilliculty is experienced in getting them to give any thing approaching what stockholders ex pect. At present buyers are numerous on tile Murrumbidgo and Bland, and readily give from £3 10s. to £4 at the yards; ...

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LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY—NOVEMBER 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 26 November 1864

LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. POLICE COURT. W\TEDNESoDeAY-NOViE.rIm:r 23. (Before the police-magistrate and lMessrs. WV. E. Dignam and W. If. IIovell.) ON-RE.aGISTRr.rTION OF DErATIn.--Joseph Carroll was fined 10s. and costs of court, for not registering the death of his son as prescribed by the act. RonllERiY UNnEr Aoltrs.--\Villiam Corcoran was brought up on remand, charged with a robbery at Fenwick's, at the Sooley ltiver, on the 18th 'eb ruary, 1862. Constable Young proved to having received the prisoner into custody. Heo had been apprehended by Sub-inspector Zouch near Wagga Wagga.--Margarct Fonwick deposed to her hus band's place having been robbed by three men during her husband's absence on the day named; saw three men walking up to the door; it was moonlight; tlhe men came into the bar; the tallest of the three struck a man named Kinminster who was there, in his face with a dagger; identificd the prisoner as this man; had seen him twice before that occasion; when the men wont away ...

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE SYDNEY, Thursday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 26 November 1864

7ELEGRA PIC INTELLGJNCE [PROu OUR 55 cOlnES'oNlEsNTS.] SYDNEY, Thursday night. WVrsT Synary election. The following are elected: lobertson first; Dr. Lang second; Joseph third; Darvall fourth by 700 majority. [A telegram posted at the Robert Burns iHotel yesterday represents the numboers polled as Robertson 2602; Joseph 2171; Lang 21448 ; Darvall 2182; thus reversing the relative positions of Dr. Lnng and Ir. Joseph as given above.] Prrmmatta eloetion--Byrnes and Farneoll are elected. Windsor olection--.Walker is elected. Friday night. A cargo of Californian flour arrived to-day. iuessrs. Hay and Laycock had the show of hands for Central Cumberland. We have news from Auckland, New Zealand, to the 10th instant. 'Th escaped MIaori prisonershavo surrendered to a friendly chief supposed to be acting as agent for the Governor. The news from Olago is to the 18th. New dig gings have been discovered at lIurchison's. Thereo was a great rush thither. MIELBOURTNE, Friday afternoon. IT is repor...

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CANDIDATES FOR THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 26 November 1864

CANDIDATES rOR TIlE LEGISLATIVE AASSEMBLY. N'o. or llo'tornto. members. 1,ndldater. ArbYlo ... Mr. Emnnnel, Mr. e. Wooro Drlbrnal d . o3r. Joseph 1'helps a lr.lbo1 y . 1 hile IUogrn ... 1 Mr. r rord * raMldwood .. I Mr. rula. Mr..T. 1. Jor nhaon Cmdent ... 9 Ir. Morrlee, 3Mr. Rodgr r. I. D. Graham, Mr. A. Morris,* Mr. ShNirwin, Mnr. R.. I lolTerle s Csnterbury ...... 2 3Mr. nlhpr,* Mr." Lner, Mr. 1.West, Mr. . T.. RIder, Mr. iDoor, r r. Outloy Careoor .. ... 1 Mr. rStlnpro T'le oClarenoe ... ... 1 Mr. . rll . Contral Cumbuerland... 2 Mr. Mopherbon,* 3Mr. Layeookb *[r. Slr xray *0 l~don ... ... 1 rr. r . 'hlro ee ...lo . 1 Mr. Smart0 IGoulburn .. .. 1 Mr. Alerxander, Mr. It. V. Sibloy 'rhu Gwydlr .. ... 1 Mr. F. Iledn* 3r. J. Single hlrtlt . . ...1 Mr. Rotton* 'rhleno?lnreo... ... 1 Mr. Fletl* 'Iro ~Itawkerbnry .. 2 Mrr. Plbdlnogtoo* 3Mi. Cunsono* 'rho fluoe .. ., 1 M1r. Ahrbor 'rho Oloolo . IM.fr0 Thle Hunter ... ... 1 Mr. B~lvns 'lrh Lowor THunter ... 1 3Mr. A. Ii. Jooob 'ho Upper ...

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MR. JOE MORGAN ON THE ELECTIONS. To the Editor on the Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 26 November 1864

MiR. JOE EMORGAN ON TIlE ELECTIONS. To the tEdltor on the Haruol. ISTUoI*Dr EDTURr,-1- '19 bLon silinct for sum time now, not by no mannur or moeans bceos I'ad nuthine to rite about; butt becos, has the poto says, " thorts crouds lakross my brano lilkeo anoythinc," and I kud not rite soo forst as the thorts kum. Soo won thort cnaimrn jossling the tother tel I seeod thecro was no clharns or the flurst won gittin' firo pla; and I 'nd for to giv it up. 'Owsumdocvvur I tint that the time 'as now klum won it behoafs evvury man fur to spoolek out. Tlhearen's a jinrul'lection goin' on; and if anoythline thot I can say wil asist to unable my follou 'lecturs to rotturn a rite verdikl, I shall be entire glad. Sun I'n maik annuthor atompt. Tio kountroy must'av its eyes oping. Thoearo's a riggerlar 'epiracy boean lade fur to git in the squotturz an' thearo kreechuroes; an' the staite-ado poarty 'as jind 'cm, thoo thoy must noo that noothur thio proasant naw aney otthur ministroy will ovvur be g...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 30 November 1864

Wanted, A NURSEMAID, Apply to Mon. EMANUEL, Auburn-atreet, 3031 Wanted, TIIREE MAID SERVANTS. Apply to Mns. .HANFORD, Clifford-street. 2098 Wanted Immediately, A QUANTITY of good BIE STRAW. Apply to 'T. W. JACOB, 020. Saddler, Auburn-sltreeot. Wanted, BIRICKLAYERS for the Gibraltar Tunnel (joust commenced) on the Great Southern line ex tension from Picton to Goolburn. The highest wages will be given. Apply at once to Mn. MAY, Nattai. 2014 One Pound Reward. STRAYED from betwoeen Wollogorang and _ Milbonlr, One GREY IIORSE, branded PK near and off shoulders. The above roeward will be paid on deliony of the horse to RWCOARD WILLIAMS, 3014 Tiranna. Dalton's Royal Photographic Estab. I lishment. REDUCTION PFIt' r0 . 'N and after tiio dj~to November 21st MIr. U Dalton's.piv icea for CARTEoS DE vsorre will be one kolt of 'his former charges, viz:-2s. Od, instead of .s. per carto after the first copy. NB.-Coontry orders must be accompanied with a remittance. 2096 Blackie nnd Ce.'s Imperial ...

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COMMERCIAL. GOULBURN, Tuesday 10 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 30 November 1864

21& 1 ii c A Ii GOULBURN, Tuesday 10 p.m. Wa.AT AND FLovn.U-At Conolly's Mill:--ino flour, £28 per ton; seconds, £27; if less thal half ton, Is. per 100 lb. extra, .ollard, £e 15s. per ton, Is. 8d. per hbitr.holt i bdn, £4 per ton, l.s, per bushel. Wheat, good samples, 10s. per bushel. At Emanucl's Mill :--Fine flour, £28 so0 ton seconds, £27; if less than half-ton, is. pel 100 lb. extra. Wheat, beost saples, l0s. per bauleol. Bran, £. per tort wholesalo, 1s. per bushel retujil; pollard, £8 ls. per ton wholesale, 1s. '8d. pot bushel reto.il. Syi?Ner Pconuce IIAnRKr:. - 08iqr.S. Durham and Irvirin roport:-Weool.-The public sales oef tiy. ceel" peasscd oef a~naieuaely ist, ant 'th9 only lot aoh~ Ie wr those yhe'o~ ih bhddlimgs' Cbamo ap s =hP 647 h o e- .., about fran ",i. t?r. pa"r r ..cro disposed of at at atqia " ... Sheepskins arc ~vithaouat la' ..?? ,, on the quotations orf lst week. ., 1000 were disposed of at 4~d., 3d., and 9Gd. per lb. Tallow.-At our sale, 903 casks wo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 30 November 1864

Goulburn Mechanics' Instituto. THE REV. W. ROSS'S LECTURE, announced Sfor this (Wednesday) vcroning, in unavoidably postponed. CRAB. J. POOLE, 2017 JIony. Sec. Australian Joint Stock Bank, GOULBURN. ST. ANDREW'S DAY, 30th November, this DBank will be closed. IIENRIY I. WEST, Managor. Gouburn, 290th November, 1864. 3025 Notice. TIHE IIorald and Chroniclo ofices close at I sixp.m. Electoral District of Goulburn. IN pursouaneo of a writ directed to me by his Excellency the Governor-General. I hereby give notice that an election will be held at noon on TUESDAY, the 6th December next, at the Court house, Gonlburn, for the return of one member to saerro in tlhe Legislative Assembly of New South Wales for the eloleoral district of Goulblmrn. In ease of tho election beiug contested, a poll will be taken at the Court-house, Goulburn, on Wednes day, the 7thlDecemober next, commencing at eight and closing at four o'clock. Wa. CONOLLY, Returning Officeer. GOulburn, November 16, 1864. 2037 To th...

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE SYDNEY, Tuesday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 30 November 1864

I?ELE'GRAPRIl INE'JLL1GENCB tFrO.I ou0 CORRSIONDE NT8a . SYDNEY, Tuesday evening. EIGOIITEEx prisoners have attemptoed to escape from Balrrima jail. The attempt was frustrated and tlhe outbreak quolled. The Windsor and Richmond railwray was oficially oponed to-day. Tuesday night. Globe lection-Smart, 622; Dalglesh, .151. i\larlets very dull. YASS, Tuesday evening. Coxsr.sT.I Roche has boon fined £5 for neglect of duty at the late Gundagai mail robbery-in default of paynment to go tojail for one mdnth. Mr. Higman and MIr. MIontellore decline to stand for Yass Plains. Alderman R?aphael desires to do so should on couragement be offered. MIELBOURNE, MIonday ovening. Tlo Maddras anchored at thie Heads until 10 atm. yeosterday, when the gale lhaving moderated she weont to sea. Tihe IMalta, from Valparaniso, brought 12,000 bags of lour. Tasmanian advicos speak unfavourably of the crops. The want of rain was seriously injuring growing ceoreals.

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