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OSWALD CRAY. CHAPTER XXXII. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 31 December 1864

OSWALD CRAY. lIY MRS, E5ENLY WOOD, AUTIIOR OFP EAST LYN?? . CUAPTEit X}XII. Fon once London was bright. A glorious spring day late in MaInrch had gladdened the spirits of the metropolitan world, dreary with the fogs and rains of the passing winter, and as the street passengers looked up at the clear blue skyk, and the shining sun, they said to each other that the day was a forotaste of sUnmmer. ''ho sun drew to its sefting, and its rod rays ifell on the terminus of the Great West orn lftailway at Paddlington; on all the bustle and confusion of a train just in. Amidst the va'iouts vehicles driving out of the station with their frdeight, was a cab, containing two ladio: dressed in deepi mornoing, one of whome, tbohe elder, had not recovered friom the pushing about to whlichl she had been subjected in the confusion of mrrival, and was Irotesting that she sholdd Lnot recover it, and that there ought ti be arrangemonts malde to protect lady travellers from such treatment. On the box besi...

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LORD STANLEY ON TRANSPORTATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 31 December 1864

LonD STANLEY ON TnSOrn'rATIOx.- I Lord Stanley has delivered a lengthy and interesting address to his constituents at Lynn. In reference to the question of Aus tralian transportation, his lordslhip used these memorable words:-" The case is this L-we continue to send a certain number of convicts to VWestern Australia, as we have an undoubted right to do, and the West Australians themselves do not complain. But when the sentences of the convicts are expired, they migrate to the other colonies, and introduce there a dangerous and de gmraded populantion. Against this thie Aus tralians complain and say, as I thlink with perfect truth, that if you turn these men loose upon any part of the continent they are sure to find their way to every other. Now, there is some irritation-I am afraid I must say a great deal of irritation-upon the subject, and I think not unreasonably. I mention it because I think it is a matter in which itis more folly for England to stand upon her legal rights. We kno...

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REPRESENTATION OF MINORITIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 31 December 1864

hitPRESENTATION OF MINORITIES. (From the Saturd.,U Review.) AT a moment when Denmark appears to be in danger of melting away under the process of pacification, considerable attention has been suddenly directed to the details of the Danish constitution, in consequence of a despatch written upon the subject by Mr. Lytton on the 1st of July last year, and, with true foreign-office expedition, just given the world. The point which has at tracted attention is the curious coincidence between the actual electorallaw of Denmark (or, rather, the law as it stood last year) and the speculative Reform Bill which Mr. Hnare submitted to public discussion some years ago. The Danish law is the work of a M. Andrm, who is the first mathematician in Denmark. In conse quenco of certain peculiarities in their foreign relations, the Danes consented, in the year 1855, to accept an electoral law at tihe hands of M. Andrm, and, as may be imagined, it was a highly symmetrical and mathematical production. The...

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ROBBERY OF £40,000 BY A CONFIDENTIAL CLERK. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 31 December 1864

ROBBERY OF £410,000 BY A CONFIDENTIAL CLERK. ~n. Lawis, jun., of the firm of Lewis and Lewis, of Ely-place, applied to Mr. Alder man Challis, at the Guildhall police-court recently, under the following circumstances: -He said-I apply to you, sir, on behalf of Mr. Aaron Salomons, who is a Manchester warehouseman, of Old Change, and my ap plication is for you to grant a warrant for the apprehension of his chief clerk and cashier, who has lately absconded, having robbed his employer to the extent of £40,000. HIis mode of operation appears to have been by copying the good bills on trusted to him to lodge at the London and "Westminster Bank, with which bank he lodged the forged copies and discounted the good bills elsewhere, the proceeds of which he has applied to his own purposes. The clerk, Johnlm Allen Thornley, has been in Mr. Salomons' employ for many years past, and enjoyed his utmost confidence. Indeed, time defalcations and forgeries were not found out until suspicion was aroused...

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HINTS TO FRUIT GROWERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 31 December 1864

HIINTS TO FRUIT GROWERS. (From UIe 7faitland Mercoy.) A?oNGST the minor producing intersts of the colony, the fruit-growers ought certainly to take their stand; and probably a higher stand than any they have yet taken. The enterprise of supplying the markets of the colony with fruit, abundant in quantity and excellent in kind, has not been ontered into systematically or with vigour, except in comparatively few instances. The orchard here is by no means the common accompani ment of the fiarm. And although at times the consuming powers of a given locality are overdone by a temporary glut, scarcity is as often felt, and too frequently quality and condition appear to be but secondary con siderations. The fruit-grower has, no doubt, many evils to contend with. Against the changes of the weather, the suddoen and disastrous effects of heavy rain anud hail, it is impossible to provide. AnoUther difficulty is the want of more rapid and certain means of carriage; bIut this is likely to be dim...

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LESSONS FOR LEGISLATORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 31 December 1864

LESSON 1FOR LEGISLATORS. Su J',Auls na t .srr made ouiomies among all parties ill the legislature, not by opposing thom all in turn, but by the extreme viru lonce which hllo employed, and bydisdaining the courtesics of (debato. Io offended the self-lovo or the convictions of too many former colleagues over to be popular in the iouseo of Connmons. Mr. lRoobuck hals sometimes commenced a speOch by dashing with a bold and vigorous hanld into the very core of the sulbject, holding the real question at issue ip for thle first time to the attention of his audienco. Ilo is carrying the House with ]him; repeonated cheoors hail his torso and well-pointod propositions. But suddenly he ,rovokles ni ironsical cheer or sneer from someo opponentt; this stings his amouri prolro, and olllhe starts on tlhe instant into person ility, sometimes uttering, without adequate p'ovocation, unendumrable insults and aspor sions on cmharactor. From that moment his spOech becomes afailuro; and by this weak slns...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 31 December 1864

Tie frequency with which crimes against the person varying from common assaults to wilful murder are committed, soeems to call for a firml and united resolution on the part of those whoso function it is to pass sentence on the offenders, to deal strictly with them. A ease being proved to the exclusion of a reasonablo doubt, and thero no longer exist ing any necessity for deliberation on this point, thle magistrates or the judge should not hesitate to impose such a penalty as the circumstances of the case may warrant. The officors who dispeonso justice in the superior courts do not, perhlaps require to be told this; but the magistracy contains, it is to be feared, a great number of hot-headdd young men, too prone themselves to yield to passion, and not a small proportion of men who are accustomed to value human suffer ing too lightly. Whoro a man receives great provocation, and retaliates with a blow which inflicts no particular degree of suffor ing, and which may be regarded as a ch...

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PROFITS OF DAIRY FARMING.—CHEESE FACTORIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 31 December 1864

J.?OFITS OF DAIRY FARMIING.-CIIEESE FACTORIES. (From the New V?or Tribntnc.) COIrTLANI County lhns been, until quito ro cently, a great butter district, and tihe dairies have boon veiry profitablo; but fiarm(ers are beginning to find out that cheese pays better than blutter. Already lthero are ivei largo factories in operation. W?o recently visited one at Iomner, which, although in its first season, has already obtained a high reputa tion. lorhalps it is owing mainly to the frnt that John Grinor and his wife, the oGerman ch?looscmalcors, fully understand their busi noss. oPerhaps it is owing in someon measuro to tlo fact that the cows lavo all beon solected for their butter-mnaking qualities, and tihe cheeso is richer on that account. The factory was established by Maulby Hobart, who had fifty cows; Noah Hitch cock, who had fifty-fivo; D. HI. hlanunum, who had one hundred and twenty-six; and Deacon Hawley, who has sinco sold his farsm and stock, though still acting as superlin tende...

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LATER AMERICAN NEWS. SYDNEY, Friday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 31 December 1864

LATER AMERICAN NEWS. [rER ELECrIIC TE.LEGRoAPII. SYDNEY, Friday night. WV haven a wook's later American news to hand. The Confederato prospects continued to got moro and more gloomy. It is acknowledgod that they lost 10,000 men in the last fight with Sheridan. Prieo has bcon defoatod in Missouri. General Todd killed. Confedernto passengers had seized and burned the mail-steamer IRoanoko. Tho Confederato ironclads had unsueossfully at tacked the Federal position on James' River. Goneral Sherman maintains theo'pursuit of Hood. A ]argo Federal flcot was off Charleston at latest advices.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 31 December 1864

NEW SUMMER GOODS. bAVIES, ALEXANDER, AND COMPANY . beg to announce the arrival of their SUIMMER GOODS, all of which are from frst-class houses in England, and consist of an elegant selection of LADIES' BONNETS LADIES' HATS LADIES' MANTLES LADIES' DRESSES . GIRLS' HATS S GIRLS' MANTLES, and a nchoice assortment of plumes, belts, clasps, buttons, ribbons, mouslins, collars, ouffs, &o., &c.; &e. 1937 Notice. 1iHE date of CLOSING tihe SHARE LIST of the I AUSTRALIAN PASTORAL INVESTMENT COMPANY is fixted for TUESDAY, the 10th day of January next. Every information, with pros pectusaces, charts, and forms of application for shares, can be obtained at thile oflica of R. PEEL RAY MOND, 19, Bridge-street, Sydney. 3238 From Dalton's. MIESSRS. BRADLEY AND ALLEN, Artist .. Photographers, purposo OPENING their new and spacious Photographic Gallery on TUESDAY, 3rd January next, over Mr. Andterson's Music Re pDsitory, 360, George-street, Sydney, where they will bhe enabled t...

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE SYDNEY, Friday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 31 December 1864

TELEOIAPIIIC INT'ELLWYCENOB FROM OLUR CORRESPONDENT8.] SYDNEY, Friday night. .: Mn. Fonstr?a is eletetd for the Hastings. For the electorato of the Claroneo ,vo have the Grafton returns only as yet; and they show a majority in favour of Mr. Laycock. The Free Trade Association is dissolved. Markots steady. YASS, Friday night! Mn. Q?UAl wma s topped to-day near Bondinino sy two armed men on foot with their faces blackened, and was robbed of his gold watch and some silver. Mr. David Davis was stopped to-day by Ben IHall and his gang near Cunningham Plainsa, and robbed of £100 in cheques. Several persons wore robbed yesterday on the Dinalong road. Returns from Burrown, MaIurrumburra, Young, and BIlinalong give Mr. Martin a majority of 330 over Mr. Lynch.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 31 December 1864

Wanted, A RESPECTABLE person . as IIOUSEIMAID. . Apply to Mrs. JONES, Royal Hotel. 3258 Wanted, A YOUNG woman as COOKs alsosa HOUSE MAID AND LAUNDRESS. Apply to Mits. THORN, 3221 Blrisbano Grove. Wanted, irEN to got timber snd build culverts. Also, Quarrymen and Stono.breakers. Apply to Z. IIAWKICINS, Camp, Broadalbane. 2lth Doccmbor, 1864, 8241 Ten Pounds Reward. CTTOFLEN or strayed from Pejar, on or about o10th 0 October A IIEAVY BAY MIARE, four white fTeet, and S branded S near shoulder. JG Likewise, a LITTLE BAY MARE, branded P near shoulder. £1 will be paid on recovery of eithor, if strayed; and £10, if stolen, on conviction of the thief and recovery of the horses. ARTHUR PODMORE. Pejur, December 17th, 1864. 3180 One Pound Reward. STRAYED from Goulburn. and was seeon gooing along the Pejar road. with hobbles on.supposed to have cone in the direction of the Crookwell, A DARK BAY IHORSEn, branded on of shloulder WC, the WOC illegible, star on forehead. The above reward will he pa...

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GOULBURN WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 31 December 1864

OOtGLtUltN WIIOLOSALO PFIIES8 tUtRREtT. Wheat, st. to busteh . Floor, hlle, £28 I0 ton; aeeooJa. £2L. Pollard, Is. 0d. 0 bushoel; orbs. by tIho btll ton. tran, is. 4d. busOhel; or Ia. by the half ton. rtead, 7d. ?2 -lb. loar. Melnee, 28. Id. to 32. Id. per buslOol harlorl, fBlglolh, 30. td. to do. %t beholj, soarce; Caps,2s. Od. ndo otmnoe. Ontet . .Id. to 3s. , hOoathl. Hay, £3 to £4'4lOs. t ton. Ilalltr, treall. 04. O tb.; orlt, 4d. Cheese, 3id. to 44. F Ito. nnceu, Dd. to ?d1. 't) Ib.; wanutod, Egg, l, 20. doIz. " Poltaoes, old, 20.; ne000, to. o Ouloes, I8t. t- root. Ftt Oattrl, prlite, £3 to £4; medium, £2 t5s. to £3. Oheeoo, IOs. to 120. t otead. tPtgs, :$d. to 4d. ? tb. 1E4c (retail), 3.0 to 4d. ta Ib. Mnlteom (retail), 4d.F lb. Totloo, beef, £2U to £17 " ton; imuatto, £28. lt'det, Os. to Os. each. • Sheelpskh is, 0d.; washed 74. 0 It. lrerlogt D ton--Sydtey to Oouolteurn, £d 10s. to £5S t oul burn to Sydney, £3; Ooultburn to Laombing Flat, £4; Itoulburn tot Adlonog, £0 to £O...

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JOBSON V. SMITH. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 31 December 1864

JOBSON V. BnMITH. (From te Australlssni,.) IN the county court on Wednesday, before I. W. Pollman, esq., Mr. David Womyss .Tobson sued Mr. TJ. L. Smith, MI.L.A., for the sum of £83 10s., roeduced to bring the case within the juris diction of the court, for work and labour done. The bill of particulars claimed £21 for writing a motion and speech proposed and delivered by Mr. Smith in the Logisla tive Assembly for a progressive property tax; £25 oachl for writing treatises on the Moans of Prolonging Lifo, and Sterility; and £12 10s. for revising a work on Impedi menta to Marriage. Mlr. F. Smyth was for the plaintiff; and Mr. Aspinall and Mr. Newton for the defendant. The plaintiff having boon sworn, deposed that he had beeoon a member of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh since 1830, and came to this colony early this year. lo detailed the circumstances under whlich he became acquainted with the defendant, as propriotor of the polytoehnlmio hall, and stated that having beeoon ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 31 December 1864

Australian Joint Stock Bank. TNTEREST allowed on fixed deposits at current Srates. Drafts issued on all the branches and agncies in New South Wales, Queensland, Victoria, Adelaide, Tasmania, and New Zealand; also on England, Ireland, and Scotland. HENRY I. WEST, Goulburn. 0Ian9ger. 1609 BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES, EBTABLISHED 1817. CAPITAL, £1,000,000. IIESERVE FUND, £250,000. GOULBURN BRANCH. INTEREST allowed on fixed deposits at the fol lowing rates: For 3 months, 3 per cent. per annum. st6 i, 4 . 12 ,, 5 Bills discounted at currant rates. Drafts issued on London, and all the branches of the Royal Bank of Scotland and tile National Bankl of Ireland. Also, on alnil the branches of the bankl in New South W?ales, Victoria, Queensland, and New Zealand, and oni the agents of the Bankl in South Australia and Tasmania. ALEXANDER ANDERSON, MIanager. Goulburn, ist August, 1804. 1533 Wanted to be Known, TI~AT f. DE BARIR'S SALE of TOBACCO now exceeds TWELVE IHUNDRED POUNDS PER MONTHII, and can...

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AUSTRALIAN GARDENING. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 31 December 1864

AUSTRALIAN GARDENING. (IFrom t?le As ralasilan.) A SERnIES of papers is intended to be given on tile subject of gardening as practised in Australia. From the oextonsive rango of the various matters comprehended under this heading, it may be supposed that a conciso account is all that can be aimed at. Inform ation on horticulture and floriculture adapted to the Australian colonies is much sought after; how far these papers will succeed in supplying the desideratum re mnains to be soon. No pains will be spared to render them as completo as possible; and, so far as the art of gardening in Australia at the present time will admit, tho materials will be arranged to suit the different circum stances of the various colonies; to that end, short notes and directions will occasionally be given. For instance, spring sets in a month earlier in tho northelrn parts of New ioutlh Wales, and in the coolor parts of Queensland, than it does in the southern parts of VTictoria and in the latitudo of Me...

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TRIAL OF THE GUN-RAFT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 31 December 1864

TRIAL OF THE GJN-RAFT. (From the Astralasian.) TIE gun-raft, to which during the present agitation of the defence question some atten tion has been directed ofJlate, was duly tested on Saturday afternoon. As a detailed notice of tile craft itself has already appeared in our columns, we have simply in this instance to record its trialporformancs. These woro of a perfectly satisfactory charactr, and itis now understood that the legislature will be asked to vote money for the construction of moro of such important little auxiliaries to any scheme of defence which may be adopted. The raft was taken out into the fairway.bo twoeen WVilliamstown and St. Kilda, where it hail the full benefit of a stiff S. by E. breeze which was blowing, and of a short sharp sea rwhich was tumbling in. Tested in this pretty severe way, the vessel belhaved capitally. Though it was only jury-rigged -a couple of sails having been borrowed from a stone lighter for the trip--it ran out of the Williamstown Bay at ...

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COMMERCIAL. GOULBURN, Friday 10 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 31 December 1864

COMMERCIAL. GOULBURN, Friday 10 p.m. H\\r.LT AND FsI1OV.-At Conolly's Mlill :-Fine flour, £28 per ton; seconds, £27; if less than half toll, Is. iper 1001b. extra. Pollard, £6 168. per ton, is. 8d. per bushel; bran, £4por ton, ls. per bushel. VWheat, good samples, 10s. per bushel. At Emaneal's Sill:-Fine flour, £28 per ton; oeconds, £27; if less than half-ton, is. per 100 lb. extra. Wheat, best samples, 10s. per buhol. lBran, .l per ton wholesale, Is. per bushol retail; pollard, £6 1is. per ton wholosalo, ls. 8d. per bushol rotail. A~u lOSNEaES' R'ero!oS.--Iossrus P. Dignam and Co. roport:--Fat eattlo.--This has booen rather a holiday weok, and but little business doing. No cattlo have come to lhand, nor have we had any on quiries. The trade will be open for a consignment im the course ofa weak or two, but are moderately supplod at present. No change in quotations. Sheop.-'Vo direct attention to the sale of 284 fit wothers and 300 smixed sheep, to tino place this morning. Milch cows...

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NEW YEAR'S MISCHIEF. To the Editor of the Herald and Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 31 December 1864

NEW YEAh'S MISOIHIEF. To the rtdltor of the lHralt and Chronicle. Sm,-Yoo are aware that on tho coming in of the Now Year, it htis boeen the custom of young men and boys to parade the streets, and ocnasionally to play unploasant prtanks with slgn-bboards, gates, boll pulls, knockers, &c., to the annoyance of the citi zons. May I solicit a corner in your valuablo coluomns, to draw the attentionof those whoso duty it is to soo to the peace of the city, with the view of inducing them to use such means to put down such miscreant actions on tohe approaching now year P I do not soe why the citizons should be annoyod by those seeooling to indulge in fun and folly, espoeially on a sabbath morning. I am, air, Yours truly, ONE WIIO HAS SUFFERED. Goulburn, 30th December, 1864.

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BUNGONIA RACES. (From a correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 31 December 1864

BUNGONIBA IACES. (From a corrcspondecnt.) Acconnixo to advertisement thsoo races camo off on Iloxing 1)ayR , and although the prizes wore not largo, there was a largo number of horses from differeont parts of the district. All passed olff well and without any nccident; and, considoring the number of equestrians of doubtful colobrity, who wore con tinually racing at top specd, and the rough state of the course, this is something tb bo wondered at. The racing was very good with the exception of the first race, whichl was a very hollow allir, MIr. ling's Quiceksilver winning oeasily. Much dissatisfic tion was expressed at the conelusion of the race. Whore races are got uIp expressuly for scrubbers, tlhe sport is spoiled by sending ouch a hlorseo as (uickesilver amongst them. '.loe following is an ac count of the running: liosiT iAcE.--JItlZE OF TEN DOUNDS, for oll horses that never won an dvertisoed prize ex cooeeding ton pounds; heats, twice round the coursee; weight for ago; ontranc,...

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