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

DESCRIPTION. Estimated area .oundarios: Thus the Crown Lands Occupation Act, no doubt, leaves the valuation of a run in tlhe Ihands of the arbitrator or arbitrators; but it also leaves the discretion of tile appointment of tlhe government arbitrator in thie hainds of the minister for lanids, and Mr. Wilson will be called upon to say how it happens thllat on receiving Mr. BeEklam's first valuations, in June last, he did not interfere to prevent more being placed in his power until he had cldeared up thle suspicion at least of his capacity for the duty of a valuer. I am willing to pass over the assertion that Mr. Robertson hIad appointed thle arbitrators as a mistake, which any minister utterly in competent for his duties, and only in the habit of signing whatever papers are placed before him without understanding or oven ex amining thlem, might make, and not to con sider it a wilful misrepresentation. It is clear, however, from tihe paper numbered 2 that Mr. WVilson must be either ig...

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MR. WILSON AND THE CROWN LANDS VALUATIONS. (To the Editor of the Empire.) [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 17 December 1864

0111. WILSON AND THE CROWN LANDS VALUATIONS. (To the Editor of Ithe Enmpire. Sm,--I was much surprised at seeooing in tile daily papers this morning an account of Mr. Wilson's speech at the nomination at Singleton, in which he predtices the follow ing schedule of the valuations of runs under tihe Crown Lands Occupation Act: (1.) District. N?umber of Old Now Appraised Rluns. Charges. lRent. C s.d. £ s.d. Bligh .. .. 4 .. 60 0 0 .. .o0 0 0 Clarenco .. ,.. 5078 1 10 .. 4504 2 3 Darling .. 57 .. 2180 15 0 .. 2230 4. 0 Gaydir. .. 7 .. 303 10 0 . 244 0 0 Lahlan .. 120... 4160 19 7 , 2050 10 5 LiverpoolPlain 36 .. 2002 4 3 .. 1752 10 0 IMonaro ,. 176 .. 8014 16 9 ...0358 0 0 MIurruinbidgco o0... 29054 11 8.. 2317 12 0 Maclay '.. 17 •. 7410 12 8 ,, 229 0 5 20., 135210 0. 1618 0 0 50 .. 2190 6 3.. 2786 310 S 25'.. 2620 0. 6 .. 170 5 C .Tdtals' .. 45 33,21i 14 6 26,043 15' 1 20,04315 1 . Total decreaso 7,170 10 5 hMr. Wilson asserts that the Crown Lands Oc cupation Act has been the cause of t...

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THE STUPENDOUS SPOLIATIONS IN THE LAND OFFICE [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 17 December 1864

THE STUPENDOUS SPOLTATIONS IN THE LAND OFFICE 1.Fr m tf/i Empeirc.), On Thursday the land soorotary, with dubi ous honesty, made a clean breast before the olectors of Patrickc's Plains, in respect of a disgracefil transaction which could no longer be conce'led. A plea of guilt is a poor cx cuse for the delinquent whoso hand is caught in another person's pockot.' ?Mr. Wilson acknowledged what we had alluded to in this journal on Monday, and had stated with more circumstantiality on TWednesdi~y namely, that his government had granted a renowal of no loss than six hundred and forty-five sequattiug leases in tihe unsettledi districts, at such a reduction in the former paltry rentals that tihe aggreogato sum to be paid annually in future is less, by more than seven thousand.pounds sterling, than the total rontal previously paid for thoso runs. aIr. Wilson talks of the misrepresentations of lyIihg 'newspapers; but our statomont of this scauidalous nal'air on Monday and Wed nesday last, an...

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THE CONVICT QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 17 December 1864

TIlE CONVICT QUESBTION. (From the hTies.) OL last intolligonco from Australia had prepared us for the angry, and, as we think, ill-advised communication from the ministry to the Governor of Victoria, which we publish to-day. Melbourno has long been int a fermont of agitation Labout the continu anco of transportation to Western Australia. It is not enoughl that the proportion of convicts hitherto sent thither should not be exceeded; the colonists demand that the system shoul Ie abandoned altogether, whatever the inconvenionco to Groat Britain or the other parties concorned. Failing to obtain the unconditional submission of the colonial-office to theoso terms, they have meditated various kinds of reprisals on the mother country. In the last session of the Molbourno parliament it was gravely pro posed to vote a sumn of money to re-transport ticket-of-leavo men to oar own shores. The motion was successfuilly resisted by the government, on the grolnd that it was pre mature, and that it w...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 17 December 1864

TUE neWs by the mail is not very interest ing. We note with regret the death of the Duke of Newcastle who a short time ago occupied the post of secretary for the colonies. The deceased poeer was a man whoie threw his heart into his work, and who seroed his country with an undivided energy. "When he was nminister for war at the time of the Crimean campaign, he incurred much obloquy on account of the sufferings our soldiers endured before Sebastopol. But it was, afterwards satisfactorily shown tlhat ihe wag:not responsible for the mnal-admninistra of military affairs. England had been so long at; peace thalt the wlsholo machinery of war was, so to speak, dislocated, and no one man could be blamed for the disasters which maorked the commissariat department of our armies. As secretary for th. colonies, tlhe Dulce pursued a conciliatory policy, and nac quired, notwithstanding the many and con flicting interests le had to consider, the respect and good will of those whom it was his fortun...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 17 December 1864

Wanted, AN active woman as COOliK and LAUNDRESS. . Apply to lIns. PHILLIPS, Lansdowno. 3176 Shepherds. 7ANTED, three or four (married or single) lv FOR BLAND. ANDREW GIBSON. Tirranna, 16th December, 1864. 3184 Wanted, Mero BY a entleman llately engaged on the Metro politnn Press and whose present engegement will shortly terminate, a SITUATION as RE PORTER or SUB-EDITOR on a provincial paper. Good references given. Apply at an early date. to R. A. A., Herald office, Gonlburn. 3069 Wanted, A SITUATION as CLERK or assistant in an office or general store. Apply, W..Commeorcial Hotel, Goulburn. 3075 Tutor, A GENTLEMAN. of good education is open to an ENGAGEMENT as TUTOR to a private family. Apply, stating terms, to A. Z., Post-offlce, Goulburn. 3070 Notice. TBHE Herald and Chlronielo offices close at six p.m. To be Let, A PUBLIO-HOUSE, with garden and 130 acres of land. Apply to F. Oess, 1930 Robert urns IIotel. Five Pounds Reward, LOST, supposed to be sotolen, from Mr. Chisholm's statio...

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE SYDNEY, Thursday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 17 December 1864

TELEGROJ APHIC INTI?ILLIGENCE LFRoan OUR CORRnSiPONDENTSo.] -0--- SYDNEIY, Thursday ovening. Foln the Western Gold-fiolds Plr. S. Donadlly, for Orango MIr. Forlongo, and for last IMaitland Mr. Dodds, have been returned without opposition. Friday night. TIo results Of the following elections art to hanud: For Carcoar, lir. Stimpson unopposed; for Ilalranald, Mr. Phelps unopposed; for the Upper Huntor, itr. Whito; for Camden, Mr. John itorric and Mr. R. II. Roberts; and for the MIurrumbidgc?, MIr. VW. lMacleay) unopposed. The judges of the Supreme Court have granted leaove to appeal to the Privy Council in the ease of the church and school lands. A, man and woman have boon found dead on the Sandhills. IMr. Eagar is about to contest the election for MIanaro. TUMUT, Friday afternoon. AT the nomination for the Southern Gold-fields hold yesterday, at Adolong, three candidates were present. Ir. Brown said but little, and that only in refutation of a chargo made against him by lir. Rodd's s...

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GOULBURN WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 17 December 1864

GOOLttItt OVIIOJLI £r.It?IOEB O?UlItlttNT. Wvhca, iOs., h ushel. FlooD, foie, £20 0' ton; mspontl. £27. SPollard, 'it. 0d. % bushel; or is. by the hblt ton. Bran, Is. 4d., obushel; or Is. by the alof ton. Ifrsaed, d. ? 2-lb. loof. Motal., 2. 04. to e. 04. per buehol. Barle. fongtlslh, 3s. td. to 4d. B bushel, scarce" a Cspe2s. td. 00 denmn~d. • •' " Oat., i2o. 00. to its. 04. ? boshet. . Maoo, Li3 to £4 7O ton. Dotter, fresh, 04. 1 lb.; salt, 44, Cheses, 4d. 7t tO. Bacon. 0d 0t b.. I?OI, 8d, to Od. W doren. :. Potalto, 2,. 04. to its. 0 cwt.. . Ouelone, 180 , owtl, scarce * Fat L'atle, prime.£4 to00 £; medium, it10. to £4l Sheel, 105, to its. 0 he.d. , : , - . Bref/(retail), 24. to 4d4 l. 1 * Bnso,, (totat),. 44. ' lb ." Tallow, beef, 4£20 to £2700 tton; mutton, £82. B/des, to. to On.eeso.oa . Oheepekta#, O.; washed 7d. b l. Caorrioes 0 ton-ttydnoy to (toulburno, £, 20. to '£; Goul 'burn to Sydney, £3; Ooulburn toLaombing :'lot, £4 Goulbuor to Adlon4, £0 to £0; Ooulbura to Tutout, £...

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LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. ARGYLE ELECTION.—THE POLL. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 17 December 1864

LOCAL, AID PROVINCIAL. ARGYLE ELECTION.-TIIE POLL. TiE poll for a member to represoent the electoral district of Argyle in the Logislative Assembly waes held yesterday at tie various polling-places through out the electtorate. In Goulburn everything passed off quietly, though the neighbourhood of tbo court house presented a busy sceno; a large number of persons being congregated and vehiclcs occasionally driving up with voters for Mr. Emanuol. Some delay in the voting was now aind then caused through there being only one compartment for voting, and the want of a second was much felt. The Returning-oflicer, Mr. F. R. L. Roessi, presided. At the close of the poll MIr. Dignam was escorted home by a number of his friends. Several of the public-lhouses were then thrown open at his ex pense, and during the evening repceaited clhering for thi successful candidate might be heard in various quartoers. - The returns from the various polling-places woro all brought in during the evening. They ...

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COMMERCIAL. GOULBURN, Friday 10 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 17 December 1864

COAIMERCIAL. GOULBUR3N, Friday 10 p.m. VWHeAT A?D FLoun.-At Conollv's Mill:-Fine flour, £28 per ton; seconds, £27; it* lees than ihaluf ton, In. per 100 lb. extra. Pollard, £6 ls. per too, 1s. Sd. per bushel; bran, £4 per ton, ls. per bushel. Whoat, good enmpl?s, 10s. per bushel. At bimanuol'e Mill :Fins flour, £28 por ton; seconds, £27; if less than half-ton, Is. per 100 lb. extra. Wheat, best samples, 10. per babel. Bran, £4 per ton wholesale, Is. per bushel retail; pollard, £8 1s. per ton wholesale, Is. 8d. per bushol retail. AUncosEo.Ies' R3lePOnT.-Mesrs. Finlay and Co. report :-Fat stock.-'Ve have sold this week 63 head from the station of G. W. Shelley, Esq., at the following prices:--lt yard, Mr. John O'Doneell, 12 head, at £3 Its.; 2nd yard, 10 heaond, r. C. Eggo. at £3 5los.; 3rd yard1, 10 head, at 33; 4th and 5th yards, 1 cowe, good quality, but semal, to J. V. Cooper, Esq. This mnrleet, in conunction with others, ehows a downward teondency ; buet any thing very prime, for...

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MEMBERS RETURNED FOR THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 17 December 1864

MEIMBEIS RIETUltrOD FOil 1. E IEGISLATIYVE ASSECIII~,eY. Argyle ...' ... Mr. 1. Dlgnam The eogan .. . r. O. Lored ' Ilnlrenld .Jr..Toseph rhelps llrldwood .. ... MJr. J. F. Josephson Cmden ...... 3[r. Johu orrice, Mr. Il 11.nobenl Wettelrbury ... ... MJr. Ostley, Mr. J. Luees trcar ... Mr. Stlmlsoue Centrel Cumberlend... Mlr. ]nly, Mlr.'3Icplherson Tho [ lchbe . .r.fnelart eoulburn ... .. Mr. M. Alenonder ]larthl .. . 3It. J. Jueae 'hle Ilecwkeeeury r3I. l'lddlhgton, M3r. Cunnen hle leueter.M.. ... Mr.Iamrs lhe Leoeer lunter ... Mr. Wisdom ThhoUppeCrlluuter ... 3It.While Cllncerra. . . r. I. IC. Oeborne Lierrpool rlainos rI. J. C. Lloyd Weest [nllleend Mir. Ildd West Molleernel M. hr. CC. ee T'ho Meurrey.... r. It Lendele The euerrumbldgee ,. . r. h Maclcay Morpeth ; .; Ir. . Canmphell The epen .. Mr 3I. J. .lyan Ifewtown.. .Mr;S. C. Brown Orang ... ..3r. Ferlonge h'eldd~ehton .. ..Mr. heithrrloend larrameel.o ...,r; ]|pres. Mr. lerusll antlelk' Plelns ... lIon. J. .l Wilsone The pa...

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CANDIDATES FOR THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 17 December 1864

CANDIDAT~ES l'FO TIHIE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. ,he , : . o ~. o n . r. |. FhleHtorato. members. Cnnddnatos. Thl rlo e .,. 1 . r. slk WKe . Mr. RMuoo * . ihoClarece ,.... 1 iMr, B. BegI Mr. LOyeoe o [ Mde u ... I Mr. Egon* . . . . 'ha Oaydr ... ... 1 Mr. ar. ltusoI,*c Mr. JP.Siglo, rT. . " • . DUcgnr ho IInstluogs ...o .. 1 Mr. Flot,? Mr. T Pohurloo?, r. Mono, lieo. W. Folrt The I lma . ... 1 Mr. Aher, r W.1.?l. tile, lrn. .. . . T~~~~. 11 Inlte* O :". . idlemn ... ... 1 Mr. S. l'rkrs, Cptolin Craones' he Lolan .. '...1 mr. LynehlIrou.n J. M[rl*. n MaotM Mcciunrio ... 2 Mr.). M, bnenon,t 3It.Cummlnr. s, .• Ir. J. \Veat, 3Mr. T.CLeroo Dr ?[~hononaghc • WYcot,SiMqunrlo. 1 Mr. Driver Mlanoroo . .." 1 Mr. Wllllnm Groname, 3Mr. W. A. : Drodrlbb, lion; 0. Engnr " oidgeo ... .. r. ,Trry, MIr. C. W..Siuglr, Mr. . . . .G. L: onre Sarollni . .." 1 Mlr. 1.acryO M r. Ilurloy oeFcoaollo . ;.. '.' 1 hlr. MlnoellcS.Ir. C. MoltonrI3r. ?.' . rookec, Sir. T. Admr, MWEgnd 1 M(r. Ii. FooterO Mtr. 1. Loope...

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OSWALD CRAY. CHAPTER XXIX. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 17 December 1864

OSWALD' CRAY. iY 50 M5. II5NRY wooD, AUTIIHOR OF EAST LYNNSE. SCIAPTER ?XTIX. To describe the sorrow, the consternation that fell on all Hallinglham in the loss of Dir. Davenal, would be a fruitless task. People could not believe that he was really dead. It had been asserted that the danger was past, and he was getting better rapidly. They looked at each other in a bewildered sort of way, and asked what he had died of? Of a neglected cold, was the answer of those who know best, or supposed tliey kinow-the medi cal body of lIalliugham. And indeed there was little doubt that they were correct: tile immediate manlady which had deprived tihe town of that valuabn h life, was t a very simple thing-a cold, neglected at the blieginning.: Sara Davenal was stunned; stunned with the weight of the calamity, and the griefit brought. And yet it probably fell ipon hir with less 'startling intensity- thti 'it would have done had she been in'thei fiill siintid'e of prosperity: 'She 'lohad recodntly ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 17 December 1864

Australian Joint Stock Bank, INTEREST nllowed on fixed deposits at current rates. Drafts issued on all the branches and agencies in New South Wales, Queensland, Victoria, Adelaide, Tasmania, and New Zealand; also on England, Ireland, and Scotland. HENRY I. WEST, Goulburn. Manager. 1609 BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES, ESTABLISHED 1817. CAPITAL, £1,000,000. RESERVE FUND, £250,000. GOULBURN BRANCH. INTEREST allowed on fixed deposits at the fol lowing rates: For 3 months, 3 per coaent, per annum. 6 , 4 .12 ,, 5 Bills discounted at currant rates. Drafts issued on London, and all the branches of the Royal uank 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 Bank in South Australia and Tasmania. ALEXANDER ANDERSON, Manager. Goulburhn, tst August, 1868. 1533 Wanted to be Known, THAT M. DE BARtR'S SALE of TOBACCO now exceeds TWELVE HIIUNDIRED POUNDS PER MONTII, and can now sell at...

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TO SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 17 December 1864

TO 9~SUBSO~OD9s In doa to oaut ptatougc ntc intoodl to adoptl o planl whiot, to otreadp ptaauod toy toroero ottto, porpcaos ookonc,lotodgo~ itto ,~eottjo oj rtorltttaOc8 t tittahl tottooln toottd of t' Ilttttt. Dayoy the Week. Da r o na . SATURDAYRDY DEEn. 17BER 17, 864. SUNDAY . 18 4 49 21 M~ONDAY ....... 19 4490 7 2 TUESDAY . ....... ? 420 7 2 ~ra1h mau (rdjrnilt~. SATURDAY, DECEMBDER 17, 1864·.

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CAMDEN ELECTION.—THE NOMINATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 17 December 1864

OASIDEN ELECTION.-TIIE NOMINATION. S (Freo," ite Eowire.l Ox Tuesday the nomination for the election of two candidates to serve in the Assembly for the above electorate, took place at the court-houso, Camden. There .wre rabout one hundred people o'present, besides a'few ladies. Iho xoeturning-oflicer, J. M. Anti, Esq., pro eided?." . " . ..' Mr..-J.- Fielding proposed, anid Mr. F?.Dixon' seconded the nomination of Mr. J: lorrico. Mr. Robert 'D.: Grahanm pro~iosod, and Mr. Solomon Kay seconded, the nomination of MIr. Henry Badgery. . Mr. Timothy Burritt proposed, and MIr. James K. ·Ohisholm seconded the nomination of Ir. Augustus Morris. D)r. V. Shorwin, a candidatoe, was neither proposed nor seconded, and did nbt;cip osr.: :'. r IMr. J. l. Orley proposoedl, and Mr. E. Simpson secondod the nomination of MI. 3..1. Roberts; . No lier candidited boing proposed, '" Mir. J. Mortice camo forward, wit;hot aiiydemon-0 ctratioh. on-theopsrt of the people. He said he did net aplica~t~ efore th...

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NOMINATION FOR YASS PLAINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 17 December 1864

NOMiINATION F'OR. YASS PLAINS.. (1Frmn:a corrueponddet.) Tue nomination took place to-day at the front of tihe court-house. The returning oflicor (J; S. Cal vert, sq.) road the writ, atid solicited a fair hearing for the various speakera..s • Ilr. James Pearsoo proposed MIr.Frederoick Lio ans a fit and proper person to represent Yass, and Mr. David Doavis seconded. Noithor gentleman mad, any remarks. - " osd Mr. James Cottroll nominated Mr. TW. IHarbottle in an energetic speech; whichl was seconded by MIr. J. Higman, who urged the necessity of a change takingplaco in the representation of Yass. " Mr. oenard proposed MIr. Faucott, commenting at some length on: that goutleman's consistent con duset since his first introduction to the constituency, eighlt years ago. Dr. Campbell seconded, cohdemn ing the attempted dictation of-a Sydney clique to the comuntry constitcnocies. Mr. Leo, in an address of nearly two hours' dura tion, expounded his opinions. His sentiments have already been p...

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CAMDEN ELECTORATE AND THE COLLECTION OF THE ELECTORAL ROLL. To the Editor of the S. M. Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 17 December 1864

CAMDEN ELECTORATE AND TIE COLLEC TION OF THE ELEO~TORAL ROLL. To, a rhe mdetoi of 0e 0. Md. lderssl. Sor,-At a recent meeting of candidates (amesrs. Morris and Roberts I ventured to suggestan amend mont to the following effect: That, as many did not coare. for the right of voting, and only did so capriciously, it would not injuriously infringe the "manhood esuffrag clnause" to mako it compulsory on the part of those who wished for a voice in the government of the country to register their names; thereby not only saving the expense of collecting theoroll, but receiving the assuranco of those'who had a right to exorcisoe the franchise, that they take a praiseworthy prido in their rights as citizens and a proper representation of the country. At the time I made those remarks, I was not aware that my name was omitted from the roll. In order to expose the evil results of the existing system of collecting it, I beg to trospass on your space, more perhaps than you can spare, or I can claii...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 17 December 1864

SEmbrocattion, or Farmers' Friend, niversally achnowledged to be the handiest, the chest, and tlhe best preparation ever in eor all CUTS, SPRAINS, BRUISES, or - ,, c., nd NO ESTAILISItStMEOT should be EAIAS50, &C ., - Utti . will bo suflicient to convince the most -parl only by th sole Proprietors J. AND E. eT Wholesale Druggists, 219, I'tl-street, e, and sold by every druggist and atorcheeper :ttout the colony. 307 11, on the Dreade "Washing-Day." The excitement respecting the rGLYCERINE" SOAP POWDER 1lin .creasing cvery.hoaro l IIandredls of oS ?ands of consumers constantly use it, bo it is tihe best, easiest, clapest, quickest, safest, Soat efsi.ctual nwasing material in the world. .speredes so a anal soda; and a week's washing uybe accomplished in many cases before breaklfast, 0reely any rubbing being required. Ai for "nlarper Twelvetqrec' Glycerine' Soap rdr Sold in penny packetst by all atorekeep a ad ewholesale by the manufacturer, hIarper ..l.etres, Broamley-by-Bow, ...

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THE WAR IN AMERICA. VIRGINIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 17 December 1864

(.F.om the Tromae 2Vwcs.) THE WnAR IN AIIERICA. VIRINLA. The political prospect in America is con fused and s~hifting in the extremo; but if one may assume that the presidential contest will be govorned; even at the eleventh hour, by the events of the warx, it may be con eluded with almost equal probability that these events must be looked for principally in Virginia. Recent information has revealed, with moro clearness than formerly, the purpose of General Grant in his late proceedings. After a fortnight of profound inaction, he suddenly massed a heavy force on his extremeleft and threw it across the Weldon railroad, a few miles south of Petersburg. Tlhere hle im mediately intrenched himself. No sooner had the Federals seized the position than, as described by an observer on the spot, they " worked like beavers" to protect themselves against attack, and they hlave since had a month's time to strengthen these defences. But the quietude about Petersburg was soon broken, and some succ...

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