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POLITICAL ECONOMY.—No. I. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 17 December 1864

POLITICAL ECONOMLY.-No. I. * A A|ven. I died leaving~ by' will to his sons, John and William, fifty pounds each. John found out that he could buy a sharo in a bank with his money; so ho bought one. William bought with his legacy fifty acres of land. Tho bank wanted to lend the fifty pounds just receivod from John. WVilliam wished to borrow fifty pounds to build a house and to oncloso his land; so he'went to a money-lender intown who had an account at the bank. Landowner: I want to borrow fifty pounds. fonoy-lender: What security can you give, William ? Landdownor: MIy deeds of the fifty acros. Money-londer: All-right, you can have the money. Loandowner: WVhat's the interest? Ilonoy-lendCer: Fiftoeen per cent. Landowner: Fiftoeen per cent. ! Money-londer: Yes,. and be thankful it is no more ; for this precious goiernmeont has just put two per cent, on the bank-notes. I used toeland money at twelvo and a lialf per cent.; but am now obliged to charge fifteen; and the bank mannager tell...

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SYDNEY SUMMARY. THURSDAY afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 17 December 1864

ISYDNEY SUMMARYI~. TnuRsoAY afternoon. Somi woolks ago I stated ithat the now parliament was likely to be squattocratie (that is a good.word" I think), and thoso who havo watched the elections cannot fail to see that my predictions are likely to be verified. If the liberal party has not been idle their efobrts have boon fully equalled by the exer tions of the pastoral interest. I had almost said "association," and perhalps ifI had, I should not have boon so fir wrong; for assuredly some little game has beeon worked by somobody whose money haIs been lavishly spent in occomplishing the desired result; and in mosr t cases, effectually. Candi dates have been brought forward to contest elections. Who furnished the sionews of war for an opposition to Smart, to Arnold, to Parkes, and to Rodd, is a ques tion I have asked mnore than once. It is quite cor tain that the squatting memobers will boe a power in thie HIouso that will be felt; and in the event of a re-construction of parties they w...

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A YOUNG LADY'S SOLILOQUY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 17 December 1864

A YOUNG LADY'S SOLILOQUY. Us? L.ossLr, aimlessly drifting through lifo, What was I born for ? "For Somobody's wife," I am told by.y mother. Well, that being trueo, Somebohody keeps himself strangoly from view; And if nought hut marrigo'will sottle my fate, I bBlioai rsh'all die in an unsettled state. For though I'm not ugly-pray what woman is? =usnmight easily find a more beautiful plhiz; And then, ais for temper and manners, 'tis plain He who sooksa for perfection will soeek here in vain. Nay, ?o.spite of theseo drawbaeks, my hoart is per 'verne,' ' And I should not feeool grateful "forblottor ~ woroo," To take the first boob4y that graciously e:nio And offered those treaosures-his hIomo and his name. I think, thqn, my chanos o'f marringo are small; But w'y should I think of 'such chances at all t? MIybrothors are, all of thom, younger than I, Yet they thrivoe in thd world, and why not lot mc try? I leJnw that in business I'm not an adopt, Becauso from such matters most strictly I'...

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GOULBURN POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY—DECEMBER 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 17 December 1864

GOUL3URN POLICE COURT. "VDE D?IAY-DECE.I."1R 14. 1:ruotr: tihe polico-magistrate. 'Thomas Bulgor, in custody, charged with unlawv fully absonting himsof from the servico of Mr. E. Payton, of Wingollo, was remanded until Friday, bail being accepted, himseilf in £20. IHosr:-srr:AL.six.--Cornolius Oslington appeared in custody, charged with stealing nina head of hIorses, the property of James IIoir, a carrier residing at Yass. Mr. Gaunon appeared on beohalf of the prisoner. Senrior-consutable Scott, stationed at Rookloy, in the Western district, deposed that at half-past nine o'clock, on the previous ovening, he had received inlfoermation that several horses belong ing to HeIoir had bcon stolen; from fihrther information received, he proceeded to Mr. Sidwcll's inn, at Towrang, where he saw the prisonor on horosoback, in front of the house; after askling hIis name, he told him to dismuount, and then asked himn where re had beon the night obefore, and if he hadt bcon down thoe Sydney roa...

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

THE GOULBURN HERALD [InASoTdLolno.D ISIS) ns lbe oldest estnblished journnl in tbe soutiern distriots o Non South Wales, nod hivne 1110 its increnasd circulotion hab rendered it oxpcdiont to print it by stenm. THE GOULEURN CHRONICLE [EsTBI.LISIIED 11851 Iavnlng ittnioed a circulntion nearly enounl to thioo of tile loerald, wan incorporatld wiuth tihnt pipnr on Glst laroh?, 18ii. O1 SUnoSCIoTIoo n Ciolbt nhillings nod Rnolxsno psrO qOurier booing, 2s Sd. noonse Sbllo glon if pabi it ndwnOOe~thl0t iS preyions to tile n ommencn tont of tilbs quoltor. TIo subscrip tion for LnlwehIoontnls, if pald in ndonce, is i8l.l postge in eluded. Subscribers are chnrged only front tb time ofister. in0 their lolame. Ordern to disonlinuo thle paplor mu0t be accompnined by pnyonent io bull uoo to Ihe end of tlle current qunrtir, or thby will ont be nttendod to. q'lbe regular qunrtsri end on tile 31stlsrcb, 30ih June, N0Ui Sepelnober, nod 31st Ieeomber. 05 AOoVwalOShO: Adocortiomnootn l rs csbnrgsd for ...

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THE NEWS BY THE BOMBAY. PARIS, 27th October. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 17 December 1864

THE NEWS BY THIE BOMBAY.. (From our .'aris correspondent.) Panrs, 27th October. ATr the departure of the last steamer, the streets of Turin were still th0 scene of riot; the blood was not yet dry on the pavoinoit of the capital. Italy almost iinaiimonsly protested against the pretensions of Pied mont, and sent solemn adhosionstothe Con vention; but all these adhesions were care ful to repeat that Ilomo, and Rome alone was tho dotfinitivo capital of. Italy. What then was the real bearing of this. Conven tidn whlich gave rise to so many dive;seo: intorprotations ? The Monitour has tri nmplantly published the documents- which wereo'to thirow so imuch light on the matter ; bt 'lighit' thlore. is siono. On 'lthlo on;tirs the darkness seems more .impenetrable. This .apparently Bii?iple'". estion, has i now been iindeioi'cdisieso for nearly a' month, whether the Italian governmtnt in signing tlre-convontion of ltlr Soptember, bhaso nounced itS-itpictsions, to-Roino, and no body yet lcndws ...

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CURIOUS CASE OF CONTEMPT OF COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 17 December 1864

CURIOUS CASE OF CONTEMPT OF CoUiR'. The rather unusual course of committing a witness for contempt of court was taken on Thursday by Mr. Justice Ball, at the Belfast assizes. A man named Liddy was examined as to his knowledge of the circumstances of a caseo of seduction; and amongst other questions, his lordship asked liim was lihe a publican. Ho replied in the negative, but stated thliat hlie was a sinner; and this so offended his lordship that hlie reprimanded him. The witness sharply rotorted that he could not answer questions he did not under stand, adding that he was incapable of doing a mean thing. His lordship at onco made out a warrant, and the sheriff took the witness to prison.-Express. VESTIGES? OF AFrsICANc CHnmISTrhIAT.-SO complete was the extirpation of Christianity in Africa, by the Moslem conquerors, that with the exception of some sepulchral lamps which I dug up at Carthage, and which hore the sign of the cross, the ruined churches of IHydra present the most importa...

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

RETURNLED. Give me the place in your home, brother, i You offered me long ago,... When, beside a gravestone now grown old, : You held my hand-it was hoavy and cold ' With deop and bitter woo. Wonery, and long, and hopoloss Sasmod thd lifo then loft to mo; For I loved her well who slumbered there; F-om the first soft blush to the last sad prayer, Knit heart in heart were weo. 1tt tieorowas none for that sorrow, And I carried my burden afar, In distant lands and wilds remoto, ,WhbMd sights and sounds could touch no note : .*at necalled my lifo's lost star. It-waulong, long leagles to the northward, Whore, thronooed in VWinteir's namoe ieugo, globmy cliffs awed the still sa-hhoro Dy the crests tlhey roared and the frowp they woro, That a change upon mo came. ...... In my dreams I had oft behold her, With an angel radiance graced; Warning me tendorly, solemnly, : Of the trust of T'ime that was passing.by Not mine to lose or waste. lroak up my pilgrimn's staff, brother; I willwander the ...

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GOULBURN SCHOOL.—ATHLETIC SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 17 December 1864

GOULBURN SCHOOL. --- ATHLETIC SPORTS. THE athletic sports of the Goulburn School took place on Tuesday last. The first portion consisting of gymnastic exercises came off in the gymnasium attached to the school, and the remainder on the open ground at the northern end of Bourke-street. Some of the feats performed in the gymnasium shlowed that the competitors had attained to con siderablo proficiency, and the pleasuro exlpeOrionced by the numorous spectators would have boon un alloyed, but for an unfortunate accident which oc curred to one of the boys, who fell and broho his arm. Wo are happy to learn, however, that he is progressing favorably under the cearo of Dr. Hanford. 'Tho prize for gymnastic exercises, conisisting of a dressing-case, was awarded to J. Dignam. The ground selected for the races, &ce., was decorated with flags, while the course was macrked ot by poles carrying pennons the colours of the school, scarlet and black. Seats wore provided for the numerous ladie...

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DISTRIBUTION OF PRIZES AT THE GOULBURN SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 17 December 1864

DISTRIBUTION OF PRIZES AT THE GOUL EBURN SCHOOL. Tun Christmas distribution of prizes to the scholars attending the Goulburn School took place on Thursday last, in the hall of the mechanics' institute. There was a good attendance, and but for the un f, vorable state of the weather and the fact that the proceedings had not beecn advertised the hall would probhably have been filled. In the absence of Mr. WValsh, who was detained by a professional engago meant, thebo Rev. V. RIoss presided, and opened the proceedings by making some remarksa highly cornm plimentary to thei head n master, lIr. S. II. Blolcher, and expressive of the gratification with which he witnessed the success of the school. The Head 1a1ster mado a few remarks with reference to the progress of the school since hle as aumed its charge. There were then but eighteen boys; now thrce were forty-six. IIoe explained that with the exception of the mapping, drawing, and writing, the examination had necessarily beca con duocte...

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AGENTS: [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 21 December 1864

nl~lIrrl tlll. s~d owlews for job-prlrth~lit iln I! trcl tionol in nowolnixon wlll I niro nopeolilronnm na I~l will ho nofnlolnot diwiwoago for nil 1oy1OOatd w~Ot ADULONG .. Mrr. Andlrew ooi'J"o;;; ,rr IIIALOG Iles talrl llPoI IIllRlAIIIWOOD ir inl~ iro~rriw IiIOISINIIO FowlJnr'jb OIIOJII1iOAh nr Ifo~lrln! C~IOINAI. N .:. Cll0A IGtr~ller OUNDAIIm0 D * wioiow Inrlb~l DUNNhING LA di FAelsaiden GeI LONDON iSO jrdlL Mr. 0. dl ro~l di. IDsr. Conrlr~rdSllollO NIMIITYDELLII Mr, Dorid 1111 l'IOlON Tolanh~ QU IiANOEYA~f Ielarii c tro nOIWNM P0108A. Colrhll. 11010 ~ SnN.LY. .. £d ElwrrdD O

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 21 December 1864

ADRIAN L'ESTEANGE; or Moulded out of l Faults. Price, 8s. 6d.; by post, 9s. 2d(1. On sale at the City Book Mart. OUR UNITED NOBILITY. By John Tillotson. In cloth, gilt; illustrated. P'rice, 4s. Gd.; by post, 5s, On sale at the City Book Mart. T|HE CIIANNINGS. By Mrs. Henry Wood. L Pice 7s. 6d.; by post, 8s. 6d. On sale at the City Book Mart. A]AST LYNNE. By Mrs. Henry Wood. Price s 8s. Gd.; by poet, s. 6d. On solo at Ilso City Book Mart. LADY AUDLEY'S SECRET. By M. E. Brad don. Pricoe 7s. Gd.; by post, 8s. 6d. On sale at the City Book Mart. rIHE POETICAL WORKS OF LORD BYRON, I WVITH LIFE. In cloth, gilt, with eight en gravings on steel. Price o10s. Gd.; by post, 1ls. Gd. On saole at the City Book Mart. Quarterly Statements. NOTICE TO AGENTS. [iHE Agents of the IHerald and Chronicle are Srequested to forward STATEMENTS of their COLLECTIONS or L.\TERn than Wednesday, the 14th December, in order that the QUARTERLY ACCOUNTS for their respective districts may be made out correctly and fo...

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DEATH OF THE DUKE OF NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 21 December 1864

DEATII OF THE DUKE OF NEWCASTLE. (Crom th e Daily Tlcgrap,.) TuxE protracted and soveroe illness under whioh his Graco the Duke of Noewcastle has been labouring has at last had a sudden and fatal termination. The noblo duke expired yesterday ovening in a fit, at a quartor to seven o'clock, at Clumnbor Park, NTotts. Ionry Pelham Vionnes-Pelhanm-Clinton, K.G., fifth Duke of Nowcastlo-under-Lyne, in the county of Stafford, and twelfth Earl of Lincoln, keeper of St. B3riavel's Castle, and head of the ancient and knightly family of Clinton, was the eldest of the six sons of Henry, fourth duke, by his wifo Georgiana Elizabeth, daughter of the late Edward Miller Mundy, Esq., M.P., of Shiploy Hall, Derbyshiro. Ho was born in Charles street, Berkeley-square, on the 22nd of May, 1811, and was educated at Eton, and Christ Church, Oxford, where he toolk the usual B.A. degroee in 1832. Whilst an undergraduato lie was a contomporary and friend of the late lamented Sidney Herbert, and of Mr. W. E....

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THE MURDER ON THE NORTH LONDON RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 21 December 1864

THE MURDER ON THE NORTH LONDON RAILWVAY. (From tohe Homse ?ews.) ON c?Monday morning, September 26, shortly after eight o'clockl, Mr. Humphroys resumed the adjourned inquest upon tihe body of the unfortunate Mr. Briggs, at the Town Hall, Hackney. The proceedings were begun thus early in order that the witnesses at the inqucest might sign their depositions as soon as possible, and then again appear before Mr. Flowers, the sitting magistrate at B3ow street, before whom the magisterial exami nation of the prisoner was to be resumed at ten o'cloclc. The prisoner was brought from the house of detention upon a warrant granted by the secretary of state. At half past sevon the road in front of thie Town all was almost blocked up by the crowd, and some mounted policomon had to con tinually patrol the road to keoop a space for the passing tralffic, A strong force of police took up a position on the pavement on each side of tihe road, immediately facing the hall; and by this means those person...

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PANAMA, NEW ZEALAND, AND AUSTRALIAN MAIL COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 21 December 1864

PANAMA, Naw ZEALAND, AND AUSTRALIAN MAIL CoxPAxv.-An extraordinary meeting of the shareholders wae hold on October 14, in the London Tavern; Lord Claud flamil ton, M.P., in the chair. The chairman reforred to statements made in a pamphlet published by Mr. Hudson, for the purpose of injuring tihe company, and gave a most emphatic denial to such statements. Ho ennounced also that Mr. Hudson's efforts to damage the company in the opinion of the shareholders had proved unsuccessful. HIe ascribed Mr. Hudson's hostility to the refusal of the board to accede to his request for compensation for alleged services. Ho askeod the meeting whether they would allow Mr. Hudson, who had only £50 invested in the company, to meddle with their property. He called upon the meeooting to crush this attempt by expressing its confidonce in the board. Mr. Taylor begged to explain that Mr. Hudson lhad been connected with the VWalla mines, and was the plaintiff in the action of Hudson v. Slade, arising out of ...

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UNVEILING THE STATUE OF FATHER MATHEW AT CORK. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 21 December 1864

UNVEILING TIIE STATUE OF FATHER IIATHEW AT CORK. (From the oiome .Yewes.) Ox the death of Father Mathew, in 1856, a committee of the citizens of Cork, of which city Father Mathew was a native, was formed for the purpose of raising a monument to his memory in Cork. The funds were raised, and the commission for a statue was given to Hogan, the Irish sculptor, whose death retarded the carrying out of the work. A commission was then given to Mr. Foley, l.A., himself an Irish man, and one of the greatest living masters of portrait sculpture. The statuo produced by Mr. Foley, having been raised at Cork, was unveiled on October 10th, with great ceremony, in the presence of an enthusiastic multitude, numbering 50,000. The statue, which is of bronze, and 8 feet high, stands upon a pedestal 0 feet 6 inches in height. The inscriptions, which are at present only temporarily fixed, are to be on bronze scrolls, and are as follows:-" hMathlew, Apostle of Temperance." On the front of the block :--"...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 21 December 1864

I? has boon pointed out that one of tho ovils which tile present ministry took upon t~hemsolves to remedy, the disgracoful proea lonce of outrages upon person and property known under the general term of bush ranging, has shown no diminution whatovor, but that on the contrary the crimno has as oumed a deeper character. Mr. Forster lnas shown himself unable to deal with it; and though he tries to gloss the matter over, and han ondeavourcd to deludo the electors of B?ydnoey, and through thoemn the country, into the beliefthat under liis rulo the depreda tions of the buslrangers halvo boon growing lees, the facts aro altogother against him. In truth, we are of opinion that neither Mcr. Foretor nor Mr. Cowpoer, nor any other peOrson who may hold the offico of colonial csecretary, will over put down the lawless bands of desporadoes who infest the country, unless some very different mode of proceduro be adopted fronc that which alone appears to moot with tile sanction of the inspector gen...

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CAMDEN ELECTION. RESULT OF POLL. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 21 December 1864

C0AMIDEN ELECTION, . " " . 1?.ESUL't. fplo~th . 666666 61' Vuc.~ t l. 3torrlce. olorts. nad7ry. ~Iorrlr ieto . .. 14 13 110 C otaldon ... 102 172 130 160 .W tto ,, 6 26 6obn 26O :.Oaks' ' -; 24 " " ; 1: :'0:" 81 I?urrogt~tao6 41 . ' 1 -1. ,B" 1 " 8 '1 118 ' 61, Uoc rilnw o . . 2,. , 8 .3 .. 41 SMurrhrnb . 2a , 7" . " lonu Bon " , 318 • " 11 '4 Sutton lores?.t 341200 14 I'ug~ooo" . 21 " 3" 8 11 :Yornroiwu , . 81i. : : 5: : ?"1 '" 4 'Totl 062 740 64 r 628 3 16J A0i'dLL, Ilotornirig otlor.

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE SYDNEY, Tuesday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 21 December 1864

.EL.EGJAPRlC INT'LL1GEINVCE nFROM OUR connEsPONDENTSo. SYDNEY, Tuesday afternoon. MIrsss. MAsTINn and Brodribb have been proposed for the MIonaro electorato. Tile Logislative Council is further prorogued to the 19th January. WVo have news from Auckland to the 9th instant. -The Panama contract has boon approved by the Assembly.-The ministry have introduced a now tariff.-William Thompson has signifled his inten tion of accupting the Governor's amnesty. Tuesday night. Mr. Parklees is elected for Kiams. At the criminal sessions the r.ase against MLc Glinn for the murder of :Ir. Whitfield has been closed. The jury have retired. YASS, Tuesday night. Pos.s.eso for Yass Plains olectorate:--.For Mr. Faucott at Yass 222, at Murrumbateman 20, at Limestone Crook 63; for MLr. Harbottle at Yass 90, at ?\urrumnbateman 19, at Limestone Creek 3. The returns from Grabbon Gullen and Gunning have yet to arriveo; but they cannot alter MIr. Faucett's posi tion. 8omo irregularities occurred at the polling...

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BRAIDWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 21 December 1864

BRAIDWOOD. (From our core?lpondoent.) ATTEn a storm comes a calm, at least so it is said; and now that the excitement of the election is over our dull town is dullpr than oyer. It is howevor bqt just to oay tihat inver did on electidn pass'off moro 'peaceably, a fact which no doubt may bho in a great measure attributed to tho arrangements mado by J. XW. fBunn, Esq., the retorning-olllcor, and 'to the admirable manner in which he was backed up by Mr. Superintendent Orridgo and tho men under his command. Thlcro was not eveon a ight, which may bo considered wonderful when it is taken into con sideration tlhat all sorts of attempts had been mando by tho hangers-on of O'Hairo to causo a row and set tho population at varianco; but, at the same time, taking care to keep in the back ground, in order to secure their own carcases from molestation It is rumoured, but I cannot tell you whether the report is true or not, that a protest is to bo forwarqe4 to Sydney by the O'l-ifo eavty against Mr...

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