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TO THE ELECTORS OF ARGYLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 30 November 1864

TO THIE ELE?CTORS OF ARGYLE. (Perfavor of the dllor of othe Tlerald and Chroolle.) Tnvu.a few remarks ireo addressed to you by one of yourselves, who for the last twelve years or up wards has taken as!much interest in public and political matters as perhlaps any. I think you will agree with me when I say I have never endoavoured to pushl myself forward oe any occasion during that time. I never came forward without solicitation, nor did I attempt to takel any advnntago of what ever prdminonco I might thereby have attained. I was simply actuated by the desire to promoto the welithre of the people of my native land. I think you will allow me credit for the same motive now. If you do, pay attention for a moment-my remarks on the present occasion will be brief. Theroe are three candidates before you asking your votes. They all profess liberal principles. If you believe them I fear your votes will be divided (of course not equally) amongst the three cndidates, thus leaving the constituenc...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And Chronicle, The
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LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. ARGYLE ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 30 November 1864

LOCAL AND) PlrO VIN CIAL. ARGYLE ELECTION. Ox MIonday ovening last T. Wooro, E?sq., of Pomoroy, met the electors at MIr. hio Allatoes, Com morcial Hoitel, Goilburn, for the purpose of stating his opinions upon the loading political questions at precent engaging public attention. The mcoting was well attended and MIr. eooro was greeted with applause on entering the room. Mr. Wooro then at oneo proceeded to address the mneooting, having previously rcmarklod that Iheo did not see any necessity why a chairman, should l oe apr pointed as he wasl soure that all who came there name for tim purpose of hearing what Ihe had to say, and not withll the ilntenltion of creating a disturbance. rIo assured them that it was from no motives of per-: sonal oggrandisement that he oftbred himself as a candidate for the electorate of Angyle, hut thiat he considered it hio duty, in the present deplorable financial condition of alto country, to come fbrward, as one rOesidig in the district, and give the el...

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YASS. MONDAY evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 30 November 1864

YASS. (From our corseeosident.) MoIAYT evensing. TRteI is nothing for cortain yeot known as to the probable candidates for hass Plains. MIr. Ii. M Isance, the rejected of East Sydney, may stop at home, nil he would not have the shadow of a chance. It is t~herofore quite unnecessary to cornm mont aq to whether thoereo were any grounds for the rumogr of his alleged candidatureo. His speech, so for as it referred to MIr. Caildwell, I ghould imagine would deter any respectable elector, as well as any gentleman, from taking the egotistical barrister under his wing. Oh, no us folks on the plains lvao *heretofore breathed pure "caller" air, and would consider it no compliment to "breatho the samo atmosphore," or "the air in the same room," with suoh man as this iobert IMackintosh Ismaecs, Ewsq., barristor-a·t-law. Blt I question if you'll consider this arrogant man worth the aspace I have devoted to hlim; so I'll turn to other circmstaln ces that have occurred. A reqluisition is in coorseo...

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MEMBERS RETURNED FOR THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 30 November 1864

iEnB31B rnbErlL1 D O1 TIIE LEGISLATIYM . SSEMBLY. No. of Electorate. wombne c Membeers cturned. Et Sydney . Chrls Cowper, Mlr. CaIdwollt, 'Mr. J. 2 tealo. Mfr. Hart West Sydney ... ... 4 Mr. . Robertson, )r. Lang, Mr. S. S A. Joseph, 3Ir. J. B. Drevalt Paddlngton ... ... 1 Mr. Suther and Parramatta ... '... 2 3Mr. Byrne? Mr. Farnell W :udsor .. . Mr: Walker. bbntra umblerland... 3Ir. Ilay, Mr acphersou I'th lnawkeabury .. 2 rIt. Plddlngton, r. Cuuneern ThoGebe . . .. 1.Smrt...a.

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SYDNEY SUMMARY. MONDAY afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 30 November 1864

SYDNEY SUIMMARY. MIoNDAY afternoon. Tue rough deolaration of the poll for West Sydney took place on Thursday evening, and the official declaration at noon on Friday. The numbers did not differ to any extent worth mentioning. They were as follows:--Mr. Robertson, 2270; Dr. Lang, 2248; Mfr. Joseph, 2183; Mr. Darvoll, 2012; Mr. Eagar, 1473; Mr. Dalgloish, 1187; Mr. Love, 662; MIr. Murphy, 373. You will thus see that your oivn telegram an nouncing that Dr. Lang was second was pcorrept qiud 'tother telegram wasn't, The successful candidates then returned thanks, Mr. Robertson regretting that Dr. Lan. had not occupied the highest position on tile hist. MIr. Eagar also thanked those who had voted for him. And so ended the West Sydney election, conducted in the most orderly manner, and terminating in a manner which even the Horald, with all its avers ion to manhood suffrago and voteby ballot, has been constrained to say is satisfactory. Notwithstanding all Dr. Lang's eminent servicoa foa. p...

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CANDIDATES FOR THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 30 November 1864

CANDIDATES FOR TIII LIEGIS~,ATPIV ASSE.IBLY. Nio. oP lelotorato. members. Clodhates o. Argylo ... ... 1 MEr. Eoarnnat, Ir. 0. Woooo, ir. l. B. oyfner Blranld .. ... 1 MJr. 1oseph itholpa al9tlhrat ... 1 Mr. Cousens ahnof uan y ... ...2 or. ol I , lraltdoood ..... 1 Mp, Iltford* Mr. .T. 1' 3osophson, -. '"er. Iltotnol O'loiro 1amqe1 ..n ... 2 Mr. M0orrtor* Mr.. Grhn, ral . A1. Morris, Mr. Sherlno, Mtr. , IUowl oherts Cantorbury ...' ... 2 [r. Moper, Mr.Lyc?eaa.lr.fl:W=oek, Mr. To, . Btd1r.r. 3. .Der, Mr. Oatloy, aIr. laoborts, Mr. Lyons 1'ho Claro .o. : . Mir. B. D00h, Mr. 1eotro NEde A . .. 1 M r. ?goa Goutiburn .. 13r. Aloandnrr tr. o Ir.r. DSrloy ho wroydlr .. ... 1 r. ?. laden, MIr. 3. Single lfartley ... I Mr. .lotton* Thoh Imbatlngo ... *1 31r. oett '0 r. ,late* ThoelIuntor ... ' ...MIr. ourno* Thou 1oser Ilnntar ... 1 Mr. A. . Toarob r, lOr. mlzdolr 'rho Upper IIuntor ... 1 c Mr. k r . AouLbnIrr.a emt r .. . hro. I. .spo... " aiu • ..,' .~:. 1 3Mr. Bo l'titlpsthal, Mir. It Pur...

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GUNNING. COURT OF PETTY-SESSIONS.—WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 30 November 1864

GUNNING. (Fromn tLe oorrceponldet of the raos Couricr. ) Coaltr or PEr.-SEoSSIONS.-AVDeNESoCssv , OV?E'I IrER Qq.· •oforo ilossioe. Hassall and Saxby. L.cneo?. -'h?omas' Pbtty' whIs blihi~ed with havi?ngstolon apairof winkeors on tho'9th qotobeo? John Jenlkins deposeo hhlt hp ih loisp-keeper!td Gunningi frp, informatsbn reoeivhd hoe ppro hendoi prisoner iii Guihnii on the 9th' otobor ind .'csrged"him' wilth having stolon a pair oa winkprs; confined him in thloelnsp saw the win kers produced in prisoner's possession, and saw him place thou in the drny ifrom which witness tookl them. when Mrs. )Downes came.--Bridgot Downes deposed: I am a storekeeper, and live in Gunning; on the 9th October I missed from my place a pair of winkers; I went with Constable Jenklins to a dray where the prisoner was; here I saw the winklers produced; they are my winkors.-The pioner having failed to a.sount satisfacogily fo" hb 6pos" oession of the p"irctpety;was 'dBbriobed to seven d;a'?? impriouioonent is...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 30 November 1864

rO CORREtISIPONDENYTaS. FtoonE.'tc: ha ntw comajid with the rlu e that her nme Ihohlt arEomln)l h, r commouwcatlon. In a ,ttntr ihelll to e.rcit dltoord tt lwolld e tell' to ntold tntaing a quhtlon, ntl pltinlh to tlrte the ease nIt (F oetrrei, the triter juhttahlig her tnam. TO SUhIISCtIIII".l?. In order lo ter ,oltage . ine ltend to 0 topt a phln wthich Is ahleady ptrsued lt several other palcr.s an?t aohnotlctlt the reeri, oJ reeaittenc# i? thils column Inetead of hU ]MITTtrANCt It?lt;irvn frofm eIr. At. lanloni, Tlamtl, £1 It. I1t.

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

Australian Joint Stock Bank. INTEREST allowed on fixod deposits at current rates. Drafts issued on all the branches ai?d agencies in Now South Wales, Queensland, Victoria, Adelaide, Tasmanio, and New Zoaland; also on England, Ireland, and Scotland. HENRY I. WEST, Goulburn. Manager. BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES, ESaT~A SHE D 1817. CAPITAL, £l,000,000. RESERVE FUND, £250,000. GOULBURN BRANGH. TINTEREST allowed on fixed deposits at the fol _ lowing rates: For 3 months, 3 per cent. per annum. ,, 6 ,, 4 ,, , ,, 12 ,, .5 , G . 4 Bills discounted at currant rates. Drafts issued on London, and all tile branches of the Royal Bank of Scotland and the National Bank of Ireland. Also, on all the branches of the bank in New South Wales, Victoria, Queensland, and New Zealand, and en the agents of the Bank in South Australia and Tasmania. ALEXANDER ANDERSON, Manager. Goulburn, Ist August, 1864. 1533 Wanted to be Known, 'TDHAT MI. DE BARR'S SALE of TOBACCO - L now exceeds TWELVE HUN)DRED POUNDS SPER MONT...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 30 November 1864

IT is to he rogrottod that .mblic mon and public writers should ho guilty of thoe gross inconsistencies that weo so often seo disfigur ing thoir conduct. Theo samo remark applies to constituencies. Perhaps this is nowhoereo moro apparent than in Now South Wales, whore we constantly sooee radical roprosonta lives elocted in the room of conservativos, and consorvatives in place of radicals. Theose -changes are duo to theo fact tlhant hitherto personal foeelings Iavo boon allowed too much play. The last question that seems to have boon asked relates to the candidate's politics. VWhether tlhe courso lie lhas talcon, or is likely to tnke, is ono which agrees with the feeoolings of the electors and is lilkoly to be productive of good or of mischief seems to bo altogether lost sight of. Possibly tlheo. samen thing occurs elsewhere; but. undoubtedly in this colony it prevails to a very groat extent. It is time that in oneach constituency the electors mado up their minds as to what their opi...

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

CA1PD1PDaE. Ihllylf mVe..k. r G MooUA' WI(DI)X SIfl\Y ......IovjOl 4 40 1 10 1 PIIUROOIlAY ......I D~c. 1 4 411 II 1I 2? 1'll)IOIIIAY.....I. 4i 4(1 0 :1, 31 WEI)NESSDAY, NOVE\I3~I~1 ~3O, ISG~l.

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POLICE COURT. SATURDAY—NOVEMBER 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 30 November 1864

POLICE COURT. S.vruna.sY-NovisBair 26. Baronis the polico-magistrate. Charles Conner, a ticket-of-leave holder absent from his district, was remanded to Sydney. Samuel Barbr, brought up on a charge of hors stealing, was remanded to the 2nd December. Jolhn MIc Guiro, charged withl stealing some slabs the property of Charles Knox, was discharged. AiRrlcLca os Trn Peace--TIo samen prisoner was then charged with using threatening language towards tihe samen complaidnant. Charlos Knox being sworn deposed : I am a farmer and own land at Gnrbbcn Gullen; have known the defendant for about four years; have employed him to reap 'and do other thlings; " about July last I returned from Sydney whore I had been for medical aid and in consequence of a reolort I heard I dis charged prisoner; lie cameno back a day or two after wards andhas remained against uny will ever since, and lhas occupied a separate building withl my wife, who left me and her children on the 12th of last month; he and my wife ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 3 December 1864

THE GOULBURN HERALD [ESTALoISonoD 1848] Is the oldest established journal in the southern dslttS o hNow South Wales, nod since 1060 its incrensedd eirnulttiou haU reudered it expedinut to print it by steam. TIHE GOULBURN CHRONICLE LEsrnBLISIED 1855] IToting attained n cironattlon onenrly equal to that of the Iherald, ns incorporated onit thht p1tper onh 31rt h eh, 18I. 0} SUOSCRIPTION Oight ohlillings and sinonco per quariet postlge 2n. 4d.; or one shilling losn if poid n ad Vnc-lhat is prAeionus to t noe bolernc een ofie qunorter. Thco nbrliP tlon for tolveo nonths, if puaid I? adnc, is 30.a posttlge in' cluded. Subscribers nre chanrgd only from the ti of 0e010er ilg their ommeo.. Ordors to disoontinu e thoe tutor must be eecomponied hy payenoot in full upt to the ond of the current quorter, or they will not o uttenoded to. fhe reoguhtr qunrters end on thoe 1st lareot, 50th anS, 30th Sopteoober, nod l1nt DIecembe. O A~DYERTISION:- Adoertisoements re chnrged for ot tile foniont rato...

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OSWALD CRAY. CHAPTER XXV. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 3 December 1864

OSWALD CRAY. BY MRS. IHENRY WOOD, AUTriOlt Or EAST LYNNE. CIIAITER XXV. MIss BETTrINA DAVENAL stood before her toilette-glass, dressing herself in dudgeon. Let who would be neglected in the house, Miss Bettina must not be; and yet she had been, as she was saying to herself, shamefllfy neglected that morning. When fully attired, she rang her bell-a sharp long peal-an ominous peal to Jessy the housemaid's ear, as she bounded up to answer it. Miss Davenal did not at first speak, but confronted the girl with her stern eye. "Did you ring, ma'am ?" asked Jessy, at a loss what else to say. "Where's my milk ?" " Milk ! " repilied Jessy, in wonder. "The milk that was ordered for me last night. Don't you bear how hoarse I am ?" " I did n'ot know that milk was ordered," said Jessv. "It is an excuse," retorted her mistress. "'Miss Sara ordered it. Jessy, my girl, if this is the way you attend to your duties, we shall have to part." " Indeed, ma'am," persisted Jessy, "I hieard nothing whatever a...

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NEVER GIVE YOUR SON A NIGHT-KEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 3 December 1864

N1"v1n GIVE: YOvUn Sox A NI2T-KEY., Never give your son a night-key. Indul gence on this point may at first save you a little trouble, but will cause you greater sor row in the end. If it should be necessary for him to be out beyond the usual hour, you would do well to sit up for him, and let him in with your own hand. The fact that a parent is waiting at home, the influence of a reception by a mother's voice and a mother's eye, the demonstration thus made of an affection so watchful and so incapable of being happy without knowing that her son is safe under her own roof before she can herself rest in sleep-all makeo a strong impression even on a wayward heart. The youth of a family should be safely housed at the usual hour of retiring to bed. No good follows children or families who break through those hours. The union of the cheerful hearts of a household around the blazing hearth and central light of home, to part at bedtime with affectionate greetings, is one of the greatest plea...

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DAIRY BUILDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 3 December 1864

DAIRY BUILDINGS. (Firom the Australasian.) Now that the summer is advancing, the want of good dairy buildings will be more and more felt every day, and in the absence of these, and the consequent extreme changes of temperature in the milk and cream, no amount of care and skill will suflice to insure good dairy produce, so that the late very plentiful supply of butter must shortly begin to fall off, and much of what does come to market will be of doubtful quality. People with plenty of money can of course obtain the services of an architect or builder versed in such matters, and have their dairies built of stone, with double roofs, and fitted up with slate or even marble slabs for shelves, and an arrangemont of boilers, lhot and cold water pipes, &ec., to keep the temperature within certain limits all the year round; but such persons and their buildings we may safely leave to the professionals. The greater part of the dairy work for the country has, lhowever, to be carried on...

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A POULTRY FARM. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 3 December 1864

A POULTRY FARM. (From flood's Monthly Mlanual.) Tint problem of making the production of poultry upon a large scale a profitable un dortaking has not often succeeded where it has been attempted. The cause of failure has always been the impossibility of making the hens lay regularly and continuously throughout the year. How to bring about this result has boon the difficulty to be solved ; and it has been solved by a poultoror in France, a M. do Sora, in a very simple, but at the same time effective .manner, namely, by providing the fowls with an arti ficial supply of animal food throughout the year. This is indispensable. Thoe following interesting and instructive account o0 O -. do uora's operations we takeio from a recent English periodical. It will well repay perusal, and, besides, it may con voy some useful suggestions to dairy farmers and others residing near towns in this country, where we are too prone not to diverge from thle beaten track, as to the most practical way of turn...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 3 December 1864

COMMVERCIAL HOTEL, ! GOULBUIRN. STOTIN C. Mc ALISTEI, (Late of the Sportsman's Arms, Boro,) ! 1BEGS to inform his friends and the public gene. rally that he has taken the above well-known :'totel, where he hopes, by strict attention to the tootfort of those who may favor him with a call, by Lpceping a GOOD TABLE, and the BEST LIQUt)S procorable, to merit n continuance of the o¶tupport hitherto awarded to the houseo. THE STABLES ,will meet with the ndvertiser's particular care, and none but the BEST FORAGE and most attentive f grooms will be kept. (? iQ Loose boxes for raocehorses. t1725 JOHN C. Mo ALISTER. 'R. LONGFIELD, Surgeon Dentist, Slotno Slae street, Goulburn. flAnitrrcrAL TeRETH ADAPTEDr; To:ETIt FILLED wVIT GouD, &c., &c. 1975 ' WM. CHATFIELID, !:: STOCK AND SHARE BROKER, ? 81, NEW PITT-STREET, SYDNEY. 638 SJ BARIBER AND CO., SODA-WATER, i1 LEMONADE, SARSAPARILLA, ANDr CORDIAL MANUFACTURERS, OPPOSITE THIE IIOPlTI'TAL., (LIF'FORD AND SLOANE STREETS. I 8289 tG...

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HOW TO FIND WATER WHEN LOST IN THE BUSH. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 3 December 1864

110W TO FIND WATER WHEN LOST IN THE BUSH. BY W. LOCIKART MORTON. Mn. GrmosE LANG has given some judicious and simple directions to be followed by those who become lost in the bush. It is a curious fact, however, that when a person is " bushed," he is seldom, 1 believe, in a fit state to make use of his reason; but of this I cannot speak from personal experience. Mr. Lang having given directions how, to get out of the trackless wilds, I now pro pose to offer a few hints as to how food and water may generally be obtainied by the lost. If anyone dies through want of either food or water, oven in the most sterile parts of Australia, in almost every case the want of knowledge and bush experience .is the primary cause. There are very few regions, indeed, where food sufficient to sustain lifo may not be procured or where water cannot be got from one source or another. The want of water is the most terrible, of all wants, and it is that which is first experi enced by a person lost during th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 3 December 1864

To the Independent Electors of the County of Argyle. IN ENTLEMEN.-I do myself the honour to in Ij form you that I am again a Candidate for your suffrages at the ensuing election, and hope you will see no reason to withdraw the trust you have hitherto reposed in me. I shall tako an early opportunity of meeting you before the day of nomination with a view of stating my opinions on public matters. I have the honor to be, Gentlemen, Your obedient servant, S. EMANUEL. Sydney, November 14, 1864. 2032 To the Electors of the County of Argyle. GENTLEMEN,-It is my intention to take on early opportunity, of which due notieo will be given, to address you upon the leading matters now engaging publid attention. For that purpose I will lisit the undermentioned places: Bungonia, Collector, Laggan, efarulan, Mummell, Taralga, Tarrago, and such others as may be deemed necessary. I am, Gentlemen, Your obedient servant, 2055 S. EMANUEL. -To the Electors of the County of Argyle. GENTLEMEN,-In offering m...

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