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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 10 December 1864

THE GOULBURN HERALD LESrABLISoEDo 1848] Is thlo old .s t stablished jour. ..l in tho .outlecrn disl'" 5 New South Wnles, and stuce 1800 its increased eirculiton " rendcred it cxpedient to print it by steam. THE GOULBURN CHRONICLE LIoESTAUsIIED 1855] 1 th iSositeg lttalrt n otreulnt:o neorly seuln i1 tioat 3 t0h Iterald, son incopoprotenotd ith arInt paper on al tarci, ns TENTSr.S : r Os SuAEc.lO....o . ight tlllllngos nned si.pence per V":t~t~l postage, d. 2d.; or one tlesllsfg I. s ifpnid Itn rdnc-t i tionr twelve montlhB, if pid in advance, is 36, pOI" e-8 eluded. hubsribers nre cirged only from t time oteros Ordoers to di"scontieue tie paper must bo acomlnpani.d l payment in fulil up to tlhe end of the currout rquater, or it will not he attended to. r Tlte regultr qunrtcre end on tie 3ilt m arcln 3P1t , 00( Scptelnbrr, ond t3lt Iec mer . 1 fr t t Os Ao 'rlstT r- Adoemtseeeonts nr e nrg d for pl foolt osieg rretes eoth i seartion:--'or four lines olfl ~-' under, 'e.; six linseee T...

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SYDNEY SUMMARY. THURSDAY afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 10 December 1864

SYDNEY' SUMMARY. TuluLsrAY afternoon. STJie re-Clection of your late member, Mr Mauric Alexander, affords me much ploasure. Without being at all' a brilliant man he was a good worlring 'member,' thoroughly attentive to his work, and never absent from the Iouseao when any important division·was expected-and that is more than carn be said of manly of tihe obtrusively talkative meom bers. Theose fellows are allowed to talkl big, because they talk nonsonso, and thlose ~ho pull the wires know that their chatter will not influence a single vote. So that in fact they are only lkeeping up their reputations with their constituents. When the division comes they are conveniently absent; and the measure is carried or rejected as their leaders desiro. Mr. Alexander would speak better if he spolkeo more frequently; but hitherto we have had so 'many interminable talkers in the Assembly that it bhas boon diflicult for a plain man to get a chance of opening his mouth. Of Mr. Dignam I know nothing sa...

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THE GREAT FIRE AT BRISBANE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 10 December 1864

TIE GREAT FIRE AT IBRISBANE. (From the Bribane Cou'ier of December ") LAST evening will long be remembered in the annals of Queconsland, as the date on whlich occurred one of the most disastrous and crushing conflagrations that over brought ruin and desolation on a town. Indeed, it would be nlnost impossiblo to conovey with the pen anything like an adequate idea of the exciting and appalling scene, whlich certainly beggared des cription. At all events, the whole of the business premises and private residences which occupied what moy fairly he considered the most evaluablo site in Brisbane, wore in a couple of Ihours, reduced to a heap of ruins, in spite ol all tlht could be done by hundreds of willing and courageous men to stay the fearful progress of the doevastating element. Un fortunately, although possessing thie above qualifica tions, there was a third and most essential one wanting--that of organization, the result of previous training. However, the old saying about spilt milk...

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OSWALD CRAY. CHAPTER XXVII. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 10 December 1864

:. OSWALD CGRAY. SYT Pls. ItLENIrY wooD, AUTIIOR OF EAST LYNNE. O., lAPTER XXVII. " I 'sAY, Neal, what sort of a place is St. Paul's Churchyard?" 'The questioner was Watton. She sat in the servants' roomn near the window, agairst which the rain was pattering, somen household sowing in her lhand. Noeal, who had entered to get a glass he wanted, was rather taken with surprise, but lhe was not one to show it in his manner. " Did you never see it ? " he asked. " I saw it in a pIictlure once. I couldn't see it elsewa's; I've never been to London." "It is a lIirge spae of land with houses around it, and the cathedral in the middle," explainedi Nedl, who seemed alvays ready to oblige his follow-selrvants, especially Watton. "It's a tlhorop,"hlfare, you know: the road fiom L.ldgato lill to Choeapside winds round on each side the church, between it and the houses." s .. " Is it very noisy ?" "Pretty well for thltt. But the London peoplle don't seem to caref ior noise. I ex pect they are so u...

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LAGGAN. (From a correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 10 December 1864

LAGGAN. (Prom a corrapondront.)l A ?AuTCn between the Taralga and Laggan cricket clubs took pnlaeo at Laggan on Monday last, and again ended in the defeat of the Taralga men, not withstanding the additional strength solectod from the neighbouring districts. However, as for the members of the unfortunate Taralga club, they havo the gratification of knowing that cracks from distant parits, brought against us solely on account of their superior abilities in the nobleogame of cricket, must share the same fate as those who selectod them. The following is the scbror: - LAGaGAIN: Oms O INNI,. SrOcos'InXO ir. aramoent, b. .ron .......... b. nix no............ o ., Panrs, b.trown..; r ...a.... 4 4 st. Donooan............... 2 T. Iorrlsonub. rown .......... 0 b.ltixor .xo ,,.,..... 2 . Crap Iron ......... rt.nown .... ............ 0 ,T. Omltlt, r. ohltloi..... ...b..... i5 b.Ixon- ' 15' I t. tphsaon . Brwn ........ 2 stt Dnran ............... 11 C. l'nrte, iotout...........0........ 6 blrown ...

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THE MINISTER FOR LANDS JOBBING AWAY THE PUBLIC PROPERTY AND DESTROYING FUTURE REVENUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 10 December 1864

THE MINISTER FOR LANDS JOBBING AWAY TIIHE PUBLIC PROPERTY AND DESTROYING FUT'URE REVENUE. (From the Empire.) VWute the publi ao o'mndo acquainted with what has booeen taking plato in the government lands oltco during the last few woole, thoy will conse to wonder at the strong support which the squatters have afforded to the present administration, or at the strenuous efforts they are now maklcing in various parts of the coloisy to return representatives to the Assembly. Wo stated yesterday that the old squat ting tenures wro raopidly being converted into now leases at a considerable reduction on the absurdly low . rental previously paid: and that many of the more thoughtful and moderate of the squatting party were filled with alarm at the prospect of the public indignation which could not fail to be aroused against their class, when such gross jobbory could no longer be concealed. As it would be wrong to makle gonoral charges oither against a government or.a private individual witho...

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LIFE INSURANCE AND POISONING. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 10 December 1864

LIFE I?SURA?CE AS'D POISONING.-TIh0 Droit states that the evidence against Dr. douty do la Pommorais, accused of lhaing poisoned nlore th?n one woman, in order to obtain from an insurance company large sums for whlich their lives were insured, is now complete, and the trial mnay take pfaco before the assize court of Paris next month. It appears that 1. de Goner, the magistiate to whom the investigatibn of the ease was confided, having carefully examined Ithe bed-chambner in which the last of the doctor's alleged victims expired, remarlkeod several stains on the fleoor near the bed. Having been informed that these stins were from natural causes hlie had the floor scraped. Tlho scrapings having sbon collected, a pigeon which oat a portion died very quiccly. Esx periments were liklewiseo made on frogs. The heart of a frog was exposed to view, and, the operation having boon carefully per formed, thie frog lived for a long time willth out the appearanco of tany disturbance of its vital f...

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THE LATE ELECTION. [COMMUNICATED.] [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 10 December 1864

THE AT LTE ELECTION. [co.sec.r?o..j Trs: great political contest which has for a time occupied the minds of all who feel an interest in the naffl?irs of this city, is at length over. Mr. Aloexaider has bocn returned our member by a large majority. Deep disappointment must naturally be felt by all who voted on the losing side, and doubtless this feel ing is as much lshared in by the solitary individual who recorded his vote for Mr. Sibloy, as by the 172 voters who were in faror of the return of Mr. Dignam. Still the majority lhave declared in favor of Mr. Aloexander, and those in the minority must console themselves with the thouglht that, at all events, the most popular man has boon returned. Ohanges, oven in thie ordinary afftiirs of lifo, are not always beneficial. If any one is engaged in business, and doing well, wisdom says that he should retain what he has, end not move elsewhere, no matter what visions of success are before him, in the heope of obtaining more, uuless he can s...

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TO SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 10 December 1864

TO SWUIItSCOIiRtS. Tn rorder to nae potoe ne Intend to ndot a pl?nl rhilch is alread!l purooed by rrteral other paper and aeknotlerdge ti orel rlt ol rlttlancer ti thisl colt.mnn tnttad of by trttor. nliten ITa l rfc i. from .ir. F. 3lorrier, Bindo, for col rictlont, Lb Its.; from .lt. WV. Ibodkin, Irenmrgo, £l ]s. 4,. CASNDAX. Dayof hr w y of n ri n n?ioo,,'s Buz¢?,?'dll ..::::::1,'t4t 7o~ Alt ATURI),AY ............ Dr. 10' 4 47 7 0 It ttOStt.OY . 12 4 47 7 17 TUESIAY ............. 13 44 4 7 1I SI t URDA Y, DE?B.h n??o, tS SATURDAY,; DECEMBIER 10, 1864.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 10 December 1864

Australian Joint Stock Bank, INTEREST allowed on fixed deposits at ourreot S rates. Drafts issued on all the branches and agencies in Now South VWales, Queensland, Victoria, Adoelaide, Tasmania, and New Zealand; also on England, Ireland, and Scotlaod. IIENRY I. WEST, Goulburn. Manager., 1609 BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES, ESTABLISHED 1817. CAPITAL, £1,ooo,ooo. RESERVE FUND, £250,o000. GOULBURN BRANGH. TNTEREST allowed on fixed deposits at thle fol I' lowiug rates: For 3 months, 3 per cent. per annum. : ,,f 6 ,4 ,, , ,,12 ,, 5 , Bills discounted at current rates. Drafts issued -on London, and all the branches of the Royal oBank of Scotland and the National Bank of Ireland. Also, on all the branches of the bankle in New South Wales, Victoria, Queensland, and New Zealand, and on the agents of the Bank in South Australia and Tansmania. ALEXANDER ANDERSON, Manager. Goulburn, lot August, 1864. 1533 Wanted to be Known, THAT M. DE BAIRR'S SALE of TOBACCO now exceeds TWELVE HUNDRED POUNDS PER MONT...

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE SYDNEY, Friday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 10 December 1864

"?LEGArPIIciO.N & JGI,'2IIO CE * Iinosi 0 CoiousrOaoRESPONDN SYDNEY, Friday night. ALononifs Woods has boeen elected mayor and his salary fixed at .1000. i The oelection reporis lshow that Mri Wisdom hae ben returnoed for tthe Lowof iHuntor, anhd' Mr. furdokini for the Williams. -It is supposed that Mr. Brown is elected for Hartloy,bhut'thbo returns as yet asro incomnpleto A portion of the Patrick's Plains returns give Dr. Wilson a majority:. Miss Dickson has boon further romanded on tho ohargo of horse-stoaloding. * The return cricot nmatch betwoon -folbourno and the Albert Club is fixed for the middle of Feobriary. TUM£UT, Thursday evening. AT the nomination for this clootoats fo:day two thirds of the hands hold up woro in favor of Mr. Cowper, junr. Thero wasa great demonstration, the Adolong ind Tumlit votorers parading the town with a brass band playing. There is great excito mont. It is fully expicted tlht Martini will behodfoated; and. it; is rumbourdd that lio will of...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 10 December 1864

T?n Goulburn election is now over; and it must be a source of gratification that on the whole tho oxcitomont hlas passed away with out leaving behind it much of thofeeliig of bitternoss which so often accoiimpanies con tests of this nature. Both sides worked well and did their best for their favorito candi dates; but they did so good-humourodly and with a perfect freedom from bitterness. Much of this doubtless is o'ving to the ad mirablo working of thIe ballot, which atoeach succeeding election gives more and more cause for congratulation, and which has gradually, but surely, mado converts of its. former olppononts. M?ucih too is due to thie good o feoling of th'd candidates theomselves •and of' tlhir respectivo:comimitteeoos. And still weo must attributo tilme greater part to the good sense of the electors generally. It is to be much regretted that any refor bnco should have been made throughout tho contest to religious fooling; and there is too minu: ieason to foear that Mr. Horn ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 14 December 1864

,onlesr by Btirtfot Preliminary Notice. FARMS AT MIUMMIELL. P. DIGNAM AND CO. 1arc received instructions to seoll by public auction At their Rooms, Auburn-street, ON AN EARLY DATE, TIE UNSOLD LOTS OF tho 1VUMVM1V-ELL ESTA.TE, particulars of wlhich will shortly he givccn. 2044 Wednesday, 21st December. FARI AT PEJAR. P, DIGNAM AND CO. IImvo received instructions from Mr. SEsErr, to seil by public aoction, At their Rooms, Auburn-street, ON WEDNESDAY, 91sr DECEMBER, At twelve o'clock, A MOST DESIRABLE FARM OF 157 ACRES, sitaooted at Pejar, Woodhousoleigh on the Prejar Rlivcr, distant about seventeen miles from Goulburn on A Good Road. About 100 acres are fenced in and subldivided into three paddochs. About 30 acres have been cleared, stumped and cultivated. The improvements comprise A Stone Cottage shingled, a slab house of five rooms, shed, loose-box atoek-yards, &e. gg The above is a really valhable little farm, and will prove a highly remunerative investment. The soll is rem...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 14 December 1864

Wanted, Y a gentleman lately engaged on the Metro politan P'ress and whoso present engagement will shortly terminate, a SITUATION as RE POGRE'r or SUlB-EDIUIOR on a provincial paper. Good references given. Apply at an early date. to It. A. A., IIorald office, Goulburn. 3069 Wanted, .A SITUATION as CLERK or anssitant in an Soflice or general store. Apply, VW., Conmmercia lIotol, Goulburn. 3075 Tutor, A GENTLEMAN of good education is open to an ENGAGEMENT an TUTOR to a prisvate family. Apply, stating terms, to A. Z., Post-office. G talburm. 3070 Notice. T IIE Herald and Chronicle oflier close at six p.m. To be Let, A PUBLIC-HIOUSE, with garden and 130 aoree , of land. Apply to F. ROSS, 1930 Iloberl Bursts Holol

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COMMERCIAL. GOULBURN, Tuesday 10 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 14 December 1864

COMAIERI CIAL. GOULBURN, Tuesday 10 p.m. WVHEAT AND FLOUl.-At Conollv'S lill:-Fing flour, £28 per ton; seconds, £27; if less than half ton, Is. par 100 lb. extra. Pollard, £6 15s. per ton, 1s. 8d. per bushol; bran, £4 per ton, ls. 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, boest samples, 10st. per bubol. Blran, £1 per ton wholesale, Is. per bushel retail; pollard, £O 15s. per ton wholesalo, ls. 8d. per bushel retail. S~YDNEY PRODUCE MAItKET. - Icssrs. Durham and Irwin report:--eVool.-Tho public sales of this woekl opened withl 1280 bales on the catalolgms, of which about one-half wore disposed of, at prices in many instances in advance of those obtained at the oponing sales of last year. The attendance of Fri day was unusually largo, coosisting principally of morchants, squatters, and others interested in the purchasa.nd-e.n?.''-oscctnb ' ue "lareftOtluntablo to the...

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LATEST VIA SUEZ. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 14 December 1864

LATEST VIA SUEZ. The subject of a European congress is rovived. A peace treaty had been signed at Vienna. The English colliers' strilkeo has ceased. Franz M?iiller has beeoon convicted of the murder of Briggs. The Great Britain had arrived honme. The following fuller particulars are from the ex tended tolograms of the S. ?1. horald: The steamer RIngatira, with the Adolaido portion of the English mail, arrived at Glonolg Pier at 7 a.m. this morning, after a passage of 105 hours from Kling George's Sound. The P. and O. steamer Ilombav, Captain Burne, left Galle on the 22nd November, and anchored in thle Sound at 5 p.m. on tho lth December. Captain King is in chargo of the mails. PAss?NoeRs.--For Sydoy.-MIrs. Lawson, son, and two daughters, Captain Vine Hall, Captain Shaw, Captain Danbies, ecIossrs. ·Barkler Clarke, Thompson, and Vanmirkerli.-For Melbourno. I-on. Rt. Talbot,.1Mr. and Mrs. Whimp, Messrs. Townsend, Nelson, Aitken, Millar, ,Michaelis, Cherry, nand Stovens.

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BRAIDWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 14 December 1864

BRAIDWOOD. (From our correpondetl.) Wo are, as you Imnow, in the midst of the turmoil of an election; and the nomination on Thursday showed in the most unmistakable manneor that it is highly probable that O'Hairo will obe returned in proforonco to Jooophson, thereby keeping up the credit of this district for returning the greatost moifs that can bo found. All admit that Tosophoon is the best man; but an underhand intluenco has boon brought to obear, which will probably ihvro the alcet of roturniong O'llairo. All inds of disropn tablo charoctors have boon busying themsolvrs in O'Haira's favour. I think it would be flr bettor for them to mind their own businoss--that is to say, if they have any to mind. Mr. Josephson will h supported by all the respectable men in the com munity; but MIr. O'IHairo, who is really a very decent follow in his way, will be kept up to the scratch by a fow who are on the lookl-out for some thing for themselves. DeI)spito aill thie eolbrts of those "mushroom ...

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GENERAL SUMMARY. LONDON, 26th October. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 14 December 1864

- GENEHERAL SU?MMARY. Loexox, 26th October. The Prince and Princess of Wales are on their way homoward from Denmnark. The marriage betwoeen the Princess Mary of Cambridge and Lord Hood has been disallowed by her Meajsty, as being against the Royal OIarriage Act. It is reported that parliament will be dissolved in the spring. The Deko of Newcastlo died on the S18th October, idn hlis'53rd -ear. The continuance of transportation to Westeorn Australia excites much attention. Lord Stanley declared that the view of his party was, that it must come to an immediate end, and the English govern moent ought to yield at once to, the wishes of thd colonists. The Times and other leading journals advocato therame policy. Violent storm;s occasioning great loss of lifo and proportvhave occurred on the coast of Great Britain; hiity.our wreckcl. grC reported in one week, making a t1tal for the present yspr 1388. The Ontario, steamer, of 3000 tons, valued at o120,000, was wrecked on her first voyago, t...

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YASS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 14 December 1864

YASS. (FroL a corresclnldmt.) AnnrivAL or MIa. HIano0rTLO IN YAss.-It having become generally known that MIr. Marbottlo, a candidato for the represoutation of the Yass Plains electornate, would arrive by the mail on last Saturday evening, a considerable numrber of hris friends and supporters proceeded to Mr. Pearso's, Ilumo Inn, about four miles from Yass, in order there to meet him on the arrival of the coach. There were soveral vehicles and a largo number of horsemon. About seven p.m. the mail-coach came in view. and on reaching the inn MIr. Harbottlo was received with hearty cheers. Ito was requested to alight from the mail-coach, and taking a seat in Mr. IHart carriogo was driven into town, preceded by oIessro. IMigmon and Vaughnn on horsoback, and followed by the vehicles and horsemen. VWhilo on the road a gentle man rode up and announced Mr. Martin's defeat at Tumut that day, and the information was received with loud cheers. On many parts of the road the cavalcade were enthus...

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AMERICA. NEW YORK, October 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 14 December 1864

AMERICA. NEw YOnK, October 14. The election of members of congress, upon which result the presidential election depends, commenced on the 12th instnut. In Ohio and Indiana, the re publicans carried tihe state elections by aIngeo ma jorities; the democratic party gained largely in Pennsylvania; but the soldiers' vote was awaited to decidoe the election. Voting in IMaryland shows the probable adoption of an anti-slavery constitution. Captain Sommos left England to talkeo command of another Confederate steamer, rendezvous unknown. The Confederate cruliser Florida latoly captured several Federal merchant ships. News, from the seat of war is very conflicting. After a fortnight of inaction Genoral Grant massed a heavy force on the Woldon railroad, a few miles south of Petersburg, and there entrenched himself. On tlio 29th and 30th September a most sanguinary engagement tooke place with varied success. On October the lst, reconnoitring pdrtios got within a few hundred yards of the inner li...

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