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SYDNEY SUMMARY. MONDAY afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 14 December 1864

SYDNEY SUMMIAIY. MIosAY afternoon. WhAT a dreadful licking Jammy Martin's got! That terriblo boy, young Charley Cowpor, will cer tainly be the death of him. This young Charloy's not a very clover chap, though ho's by no means a fool; and he hasn't yet attained any very great degrco of eminence in public life. But ho's got pluck-any amount of it. You've got a plucky man in Goulburn in Mr. Dignam, who's no sooner thrashoed in the town than ho's up for the county. VWell, that's a bold thing. But young Charley does what's still bolder. When Martin gets mado pre mier, and has to go up to Orange for re-olection, the plucky young 'un gives up the comfortable cer tainty of his seat for Tumut for the glorious uncertainty of thrashing a primo minister. And he thrashes lhim accordingly. And that's what I call pluck. Well, we lind the premier glad to crawl back to parliament by means of the seat which young Cowpor had resigned t-just taking his left-olff clothes, and thankful to got 'om no doub...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And Chronicle, The
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CANADA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 14 December 1864

CANADA. . The British Amenrican conference at Qtueboob, has unanimously resolved on the confederation of all.the provinces, and it is anticipated this will shortly lead to a separation from the mother country, leaving the duty and responsibility of defending themselves on the Canadians. The population of Dritish America now numobers nearly four millions.

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GUNNING POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY—7TH DECEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 14 December 1864

GUNNING POLICE COURT. VOEDNOESDAY-7TI[ DEcEMOCILr. BCFOnu the police-magistrate of Goulburn, J. F. Gray, J. M. Hassall, and H. Saxby, Esqrs. ILLzOAL IOPOUNDINO.-IHoMIE V. SHELA.-This was a summons for illegal impounding. Shea had impounded forty-one head of complainant's cattle off land which ho claimed to be entitled to the posses olon of. Complainant disputed defendant's title to the land; and called a witness, who however could give no evidence to bhe relied on. The bench agreed that this was a case that must be at once dis missed. S.MALL DETs' COURLT.--The bench adopted rules similar to those approved of at Colleotor for rogula ting proceedings for the recovery of small dobts. QU?sETloION, o VOTna.-It will be well that ro turning ollicors and their deputies should bear in mind that no other questions than the following can be askeod of any person tendoring his vote, and that tho oloctoral act is most imperative on this point: Ist. Are you tho same person who name apleanrs an (A....

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FRANCE AND ITALY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 14 December 1864

FRANCE AND ITALY. Strange and exciting rumoura are current about the moeeting of Napoleon with the Czar at Nico. The Italian convention is agreed to, whereby the French troops positively ovacuate lIomo in two yoars. Italy guarantoees not to attack the Romish. territory, and to defend it from foroign aggression. Tile Roman govornmont is to increase its army sufliciently to protect itself, whlich, when rplioved from the exponso of French troops, it can do as un der the convention. Turin is to be changed for Florenco as the capital of Italy. Freosh local disturbances have ta?eon place. The Italian Ministry is changed, and aftisirs have becomo quieter. Garibaldi strongly denounced the abandonmenotof Romo as the capital of the Italian empireo; The Roman goverminent ireceived the announce mont of the convention with sileuce.

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COLLECTOR POLICE COURT. TUESDAY—DECEMBER 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 14 December 1864

COLLECTO?R POLICE COURT. TUrSDAY-DeC?EBEn 0. BEFonr: the police-magisirateto of Goulburn, the HIon. T. A. Murray, J. W. Chisholm, and T. Wooro, Esqs. UNLAwvLU Rescue OP u H'olons.-Grogan v. Whitoman. Complainant summoned defendant for the unlawful rescu of certain horses seized for the purpose of being impounded. Orogan swore that ho had found two of defendant's horses in his wheat paddockl; he was passing defendant on his way to Collector pound driving the horses; defendant asked him where ho was going with them, and on his tolling him said thnt they ohould not go to pound, and drove them into his own paddock in spite of complainant, at the same time threatening to unhorse him if he came after them; no one was present but tho parties themselves. For the dofence MDiary WVisoman, defendant's stop daughter, deposed that she was present the whole time, and saw all that passed; the horses themselves broke away from complainant and ran into their own paddocl; defendant never threatened G...

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

* TO BS OISCRTIEIRS. In order toanre panoagr e inntedln to adopt a ,plat drlch ia nflready pmrund bll scrral othrr prrs and ack nowledme the rclipt ojf relttfancea fu Itla. rcolumn aintenad of by letter. I{lreaarACrC.S ?lr.cr.Iv rom ,Mr. C. larrina, lIraldwool, for eollineetn, £5 lie. lId.; from aIer. . , Aill.k,(lundaroo, for rollrctlonn, £15,; froan r. J. Iadenirk, Young, £. WEDNESDAY, DUECMIUBEI 14, 18?641.

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

Australian Joint Stock Bank. NTEREST allowed on fixed deposits at current rates. Drafts issued on all the branches and agencies in New South Wales, Queensland, Victoria, Adelaide, Tasmania, and NewZealand; also on England, Ireland, and Scotland. HIIENRY I. WEST, Goulburn. Mnnager. 1609 BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES, ETrABnLSIIED 1817. CAPITAL, £1,000,000. RESERVE FUND, £250,000. GOULBURN BRANCH. TNTEREST allowed on fixed deposits at the fol Slowing rates: For 3 months, 3 per cent. per annum. 5 , 6 ,, 54 ,,12 ,, 5 Bills discounted at currant rates. Drafts issued on London, and all the 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 on the agents of the Banke in South Australia and Tasmania. ALEXANDER ANDERS(ON, Manager. Goulburn, oIst August, 1864. 1533 Wanted to be Known, THAT M. DE BARR'S SALE of TOBACCO now exceeds TWELVE HUNDRED POUNDS PER lIMONTII, and can now ...

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

AMERICA. The Congressional elections woro pro cooeedling. 'Theo Roepublioans had carried Ohio, Indiana, and Maryland. Ponnsylva nia uncertain. Lincoln's re-oelection is considered certain. The Federals havo reached within a few hundred yards of the dofences of Richmond. The cruiser Florida, naftor dostroying a quantity of shipping, has been captured. Longstroot had superscded Early and re pulsed Sheridan. Grant hadl beoon repulsed from before Richmond. Thoro is a commercial panic at' Chicago. Goldhas fallen to 109. The Canadian provinces haveo decided on Federation. The Mexican army hls been defeated by the French; who have cauptured Matamoras.

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LATEST FROM EUROPE AND AMERICA. ARRIVAL OF THE MAIL STEAMER. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 14 December 1864

LATEST FPROMf EUROPE AND AMERICA. ARRIVAL OF TIIE MAIL STEAMER. TIE following was issued as an o'traordi nary from this oflico at 6.30 p.m. on Satur day: FrEs ELECTliW I TELcEORAPII:. The Australasian Steam Navigation Com pan,'s branch mail steanmor lhans arrived at Adolaide, bringing the South Australian portion of theo English and European mails, per the Peninsular and Oriontal Company's steam-ship Bombay. The Australian August mails via Marsecillos wroro delivered in London on the 15tlh, and via Southampton on tlhe 20th October. The Queen's health continues good. Her Majesty had disallowed the Princess anrSys marriago. Parliament dissolved spring (?) The Duke of Neowcastlo is deaond. Lord Stanley declares that transportation to Westorn Aushtralia must cease. The project of a convention with Enussia, to receive English convicts for Siboria, is still being mooted. A collision had taken place in Stafford •shiro between colliers on strike and the authorities. The mi!itary had to be c...

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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. MONDAY—DECEMBER 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 14 December 1864

GOULBURN POLICE COIJRT. MosNDAY-DECE.BEI 12. lrroon tlhe police-magistrate and G. I. Thorn Esq. AssaucT.--Thomas Crowlang was brought up in custody on a warrant charging him with violently assaulting Thomas R?oves. The evidence went to show that both complainant and defendant were drunk at the time the assault was committed, and that it was not of a very violent and dangerous a na ture. Case dismissed. HoRSE-STeaLNo.S.-Samuel Barblcr was brought up on remand charged with horse-stealing; but the evidence not being suflicient as to hIis identity, he was discharged, the police-magistrate remarking tlhat this was the third timee h had bron brought before the court. TruESDY.-D : cCEtsBER 13. Ieforo thle police-magistrate. C.rrLE-s'r,\LEsA.--lams H0onlts and Henry Gillospie wereo charged with stealing three head of cattle, the propesty of Hr. G. II. Thorn; and Isaae Fonton, junior, and James Costigan wero charged withll receiving the same knowing them to be stolon. Sonior-constable Cramne...

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LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. ARGYLE ELECTION.—THE NOMINATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 14 December 1864

.LOCAlL AND PROVINCIAL. AIGYLE ELECTION.--TflE NOMIINATION. On Monday last, at noon, the nomination of a mem ber to .serve in the Legislative Assembly for the electoral district of Argylo, was hold in the court house in this city. T'ho meeting was well attended, there being between two and three hundred persons present. F. It. L. Rossi, Esq., the returning-oflicer, pre sided, ind opened the proceedings by reading the Gov6rnor's writ directing the election to be hold. After expressing a hope that the business would be carried on in a quidt manner, he called upon any gentlemen present to nominate whoever they thought proper to represent the electoral districtof Argyl in parliament. 'Mr. John F. Kenny then rose and said :-Ie stood beforo the electors for the third time for the purpose of nominating a member to' serve for the district of Argyle. (Hear, hear.) The people now found themselves in a prouddr position' thuan they had dond formerly ; for instead of there being only one member ...

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

IMEXICO. The Moexican army was defeated noear Dardngo, with loss of twenty goiuo. The French hasv occupied Matamoras. Thoe Emperor Mlaximilian overywhere received enthusiastically. Several of the principal generals mado submission to the Emperor. Eight thousand Austrian troops are about to embark for Mexico. The French army is to return before thoe and of the year.

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

BRAZIL. A moneatory crlsis has occurred of an alarming clharoctr. Only one bankl was able stand the ron. To reliovo the pressure the government allowed the Bank of Brazil to issue notes to the extent of throee times its disposablo capital in gold.

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE SYDNEY, Tuesday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 14 December 1864

TELEGRAPHIlC INTELLIGENCE EFRO? OUR oonRESPoNDENTS.] SIYDNEY, Tuesday afternoon. Monoa the bushranger robbed both the Southern mails -yesterday near Tarcutta, and plundered the passengers, shooting one (a Chinaman) who re sisted. A number of gentlemen have purchased the Wiveonhoo estate intending to present it as a froee gift to Mir. Cowpor. The barque William Buchanan has booeen burned offthe Clarence River. Crow saved. The Honorable William Forster has left Sydney for the purpose of contesting tile election for the Hastings. The Bombay arrived this afternoon at four o'cloek. The news of heavy English failures is causing depression in commercial circles. Tuesday night. Now diggings have been discovered near Albury. The charge of horse-stealing against Miss Dick son has booeen dismissed. M\Ir. Campbell is elected for iorpoth, and Mr. Eckford for Wollombi. YASS, Tuesday afternoon. Mns. HIInnoTTr.'s meerting last evening Was largely' attended and the candidate weas well.received. Don ...

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LATEST SPECIAL TELEGRAM. LONDON, 3rd November, 5 p.m. SUEZ, 4th November, 2 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 14 December 1864

LATEST SPECIAL TELEGRAM. Lo.noa, 3rd November, 6 p.m. SUEz, Ith November, 2 p.m. The. Emperor Napoleon and the Czar mot at Nice. The subject of. a European Congress has been revived. The Peace Treaty has been signed at Vienna. In America General Longstreet has superseded Early, and partly surprised and defeated the Federal army under Sheridan. General Grant has boeen again repulsed before Richlmond. The Florida has been captured. The military votes will secure Lincoln's ro-olection as president. In England, the colliers who were out on strike have returned to their work. Thle Australian transportation protest has been favourably received by the governmennt, and is now under cbnsideration. The wool sales will commence on the 17th No vember, with a probable stock.of 100,000 bales; ensier prices are expected. The 'discount market remains unchanged, but a reduction is not improbable, as failures are decreas ing. The Princess Alico of IHesso has boon confined of a daughter. Leech the art...

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

DENMARK. The Dninsh cabinet fixed the amount of £1,000,000, as the lhare which Schleswlg and Holstein bhe allowed on the publio property of Denmark, to be deducted from the amount oftho Danish debt to be borne by the Duchies. It is conitended that should the treaty of London becomno invalid ila he case of the Duchies, Christian IX. would thoroby forfeit his title to the throne. The Danish temeitory has not yet boon eyvacuated by the allied army.

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AUSTRIA AND PRUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 14 December 1864

AUSTRIA AND PRUSSIA. The Austrian Iouses of parliament open on 12th N'ovember. It is rumoured that Count flechborg, the foroign minister of Aaitria, has resigned, and that his resignation has been accepted. Friolidly teeling again exists betwoon Austria and Russia; the former does not in anly way oppose the Franco-Italihn convention; Tho convocation of the Prussian Diet meets early in December.

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

GREECE. This country passed through a serious crisis owing to hostility botwoon the King and nationalassaombly. The latter having abolished tile Upper House tl?e King domandeda council of state should be cronted, appointed by himself, to'which, at last, the assembly agrccd.

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

RUSSIA; The Polos incorporated among thllo R?ussian troops formed a plot to burn all tile village agnd towns of th ooe rocos, by plocing barrels of gunpowder under the princlpal edifices. ,Great destroction of life a?ld property has been causoed thereby. Re ports sent to St. 'letersoburg mention the loss os Imomn SO.

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LIGURIAN BEES. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 17 December 1864

LIGURIAN BEES. TnESE vvaluablo and industrious little foreigners have been successfully acclima tized in Victoria. It is desirable to pro pagate all the information attainable respect ing them; and we, therefore, quote from the Argus, of eTodnesday, October 19, the following paper, reiad before the Acclima tization Society, at a meeting on the previous evening, at Richmond: Mir. Il. Teomploton read a paper upon " Boo-keeping, with special reference to the Ligurian boo." After some preliminary ob servations as to the attention paid by the ancients to the bee and its habits, Mr. Templeton stated that, in a climate like this, bee-keeping might be engaged in, not only for the sakeo of the pleasure to be derived from watching the skilful operations of the insect, but for the profit which a proper management must yield. Many years' ob servations had convinced him thalnt from sixty to a hundred pounds of pure honey might be obtained from any one hive of average strength each season; that w...

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