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MEXICO. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 23 April 1864
IMEXICO. A :tooegram from Now York states.lthat Juarez had resigned his.presidencyin Mexico in fidvor.of Ortegn. It is evident that Ortoga and,other leaders would give their allegianco to thb Fronchl. ."The empire," says thile telegram; .' was publicly solenmised at San Louis Potosi on January 4. Letters from Vienna stateo that the French government will agree to leave its expedi tionary army in Mexico for three years after thle Archduke Maximilian is established t~hero, ,ind will recall it a third, at a time. During this period it will assist in organis ing a native army, to be provisionally fixed at 12,000 men. Tllho French government, too,-will allow tlheo Mexican government 12 years to pay off the expense of the expedi tion. .: .
MARRIAGE STATISTICS. (From the Sydney Morning Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 23 April 1864
iARRIAGE STATISTICS. (From the Sydney Morning lerald.) HAVING recently received the second volume of the Population Tables of England and VWales, showing the ages, civil condition, occupations, and birth-placo of the people, as enumerated at thie Censes of April 8, 1861 we have collected from its massive tables suadry particulars of thie civil or conjugnl condition, which we thought might be in, teresting to our colonial readers. Two features in this phase of Englih Society are very striking--the early age at which some of thie marriages are contracted and thie extromo disparities which are oc. casionally seen between the ages of man and wife. Under tie existing laws of England, a girl may amrry at the age of 12, a boy at thie ago of 11, though notin all cases without the consent of parents and guardians. Such marriages are of courso extremely rare; s raro that neither in the annual reports of tile Registrar-General nor in the Decennial Census tables are marriages oven specified und...
A GLIMPSE INTO THE INTERIOR OF SIAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 23 April 1864
A GLIMPSE INTO THIE INTERIOR OF SIAML. ('Fraom thle Fricod of India.) HnR Majosty's consul at Siam recently wont on a very interesting expedition as far as the city of Xiongmni, the Oi?y of the Goldbn Palace as the Burmeso call it; and fhom thence to Moulmein, by the Gulf of Bengal to Tavoy, and onward to Bangkok. The first account of this jourhey ap pears in the current number of the Journal of the Asiatie Society of Bengal, contributed by Sir Robert H. Sehomburgk, himself. It forms a very useful addition to our information respecting the Siamese, and whiile advising our readers to make them selves acquainted with the paper un abridged, we shall narrate some of the most interesting incidents in the consul's tour. The King of Siam had given him a letter to the public authorities commanding them to furnish the party with whatever they might want, and also lent them two comfort able boats. Thus accoutred, Sir Robert Schomburgk, accomisanied by an interpreter and two nephews of the Kin...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 27 April 1864
Bales byl Sttion. OR. SAL.E, On Thursday next, 28th April. FINLAY AND C0. Will sell by public auction, At the Australian Sale Yards, ON THURSDAY NEXT, At eleven o'clock, H T R 0 E S broken to saddle and draught. Carts, &c., &e. At twelve o'clock, Produce, Sundry Store Goods. Australian Auction Mart. 774 Thursday, 28th instant. 80 PRIME CLOVER-FED BULLOCKS. FINLAY AND CO. Have received inslructions from Mr. PArnortC CliuroN, Iomballa, to soiell by auction, At their Yards, Bourke-stroot, ON TIIURSDAY, 29T8 INSTANT, At twelve o'clock, THIRTY•. HEAD PRIME CLOVERI-FEDI) BULLOCKS. Thb above are weighty and very ripe. Australian Auction Mart. 151 AT TATT~ERSALL'S Horse Bazaar, Cattle Yards, and Commercial Sale Rooms. 1PIOPtI'IEtTOIIS, II. S. POTTER AND CO. OUR REGULAR SALES WILL BE IIELD EVERY TUESDAY, THURSDAY, AND SATURDAY. Commence at cloven o'clock to a minute. 10 In the Assigned Estate of Joseph Edgar, of Gundarooe. Day of Sale, Tuesday, May 10. FIFTY TO SIXTY IIEAD HO...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 27 April 1864
Sales bd Ruct(on. Preliminary Notice. By order of the Trustees in the Assigned Estate of Mr. Josrne EtOAI, of Gundaroo. THE EVERTON ESTATE, situated at Gundaron, and comprising 8:O ACRES OF RICfI ARIABLE LAND. P, DIGNAM AND CO.. Have received ihstructions from the Trustees in the . Assigned Estate of Mr. Josor',n EnuAn, to sell by public auction, AT AN EARLY DATE, TTIE EVERTON ESTATE, AS: ABOVE. ?Fll particulars, with lday of sale, terms, &c.,, will:' bo givcn in an early issue. TITLE GUARANTEED. 728 Preliminary Notice. THE BORO 3INN, WITII 1910 ACRIES OF LAND. Sherwin's Plats, COMPRISING s1510 ACRES OF LAND, THE PICK OF ARGYLE!I P. DIGNAM AND CO. HIave received instractions to sell by public auction, SON A DAY IN MAY, TO lIE NAMED IN AN EARLY ISSUE, r iliE ABOVE IIIGIILY VALUABLE PRO L IPERTIES, fill particulars of which will shortly appear. In tihe meantime private offers will be received. Accply': to tio AUCTIONEERS, or to C. II. WALSIH, Esq., Solicitor, Goulbcrn. 725 Thi...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 27 April 1864
A.iOxosT the onterprises dosignod to aug mont the resources of the country, and increriso its attractivenooss as a Hold of colonization, thfit undertaken by tile various accliniatization societies recently formed dlosorvos particular consideration. As ro mnarked in a recent report of tihe Victorian socioty, "thelo acclimatinzation, or rathor tihe intioduction and assimilation to a nbw sot of conditions, of every good thling that the world, contains, to a coumtry so singularly adapted as Australia to a wide rango of products, seooms about as logitimato an enterprise as can be conceived." It is upon this view no doublti that the logislaturo of Victoria has afforded liberal support to tie society.; and it nmust be confossed, notwith stlnding the ridicule whlich the promotors have occasionally mot with, that the results already achieved justify the support given bythoe statoe. Not that'it is'to be nndorstood that thoro is .anytlhiig& absolutely now in the project of acclimatlzat...
SYDNEY SUMMARY. MONDAY afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 27 April 1864
SYDNEY SUMAfAltY. S ." ONDAY afternoon. Ton Council haveo concluded their session in the moat ungraceful manner by negativing Mr. Robert son's bill declarinig the right of free-solectors to im pound. If this right be possessed 'at common law, as Mr. Martin and somo other of our host layoers assert, there could novortholoss bo no larm in pass ing the bill; while if the judges and tho benches of magistrates be right, tho bill was absolutely neccssary to do ah act of common jtistico. But not withstanding this the Legislativo Council contained not a single individual saveo Mr. HIargravo, prepared to vote for the reading of the bill! Parliament was prorogued on Friday in a speech which has been somewvhat severely criticised. Cer tainly it contains nothing, if wo, perlhaps, except the statomont that neoxt session a freshl attempt will bo made to inmpose additional taxation, instead of roesortiig to something like real rotronclhmnt. But I don't see how the speeoch could say much moro. The ...
FRIDAY—APRIL 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 27 April 1864
FRI1DAY-AR-ILi 22. In the Legislative Council, after some unimpor tant business, His Excellency the Governor arrived in the Chamber, at olevon minutes past twelve o'clock, and after giving the royal assent to the Appropria tion Bill, Public Works' Loan Bill, Customs Duties Interpretation Bill, Seamen's Laws Amendment and Consolidation Bill, the Superannuation Bill, the Bathurst lMarket Bill, and the Destitute Children's Society's Incorporation Act Amendment Bill, de livered the fallowing speech: ltoso.onLr Oa.rtErle. OP rUB L£OtSLceTIV COrNCIL, IAN Oo.V STLEtE or O IE LEfISLATIVE ASEtDaai, 1. It aflords me much gratfienatlon to be able at last to re leaso you omne your lteleatlvao dutles. -. At tlh eloste ofn essaon of unusuanl Icsh you qeuat look forward with a felulig of relief to it caessntlon of labours so cseere and coati nuous as oee hlichle you have undearone. 0. Althogh hose labonrurs hato not resultad In the panslng of many new lawn, they liae In all probability pavedC the ...
LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. GOULBURN ASSIZES. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 27 April 1864
LOCdAL ABN~D PROWINCIAL. GOULBURN ASSIZES. T:un Gouiburit ssi.os coemnmoneod on Tonadny lIst, with u list of thlirty-five cases.. His Honor Mr. Jous tico Milfordnl preodel. H. II. Voss, Esq., J.'., acted as deputy sherif, and MIr RIt. Milford as clerk of arraigns. Theo Attornoy-Geonoral, assisted by Mr. WVilliams, crown-solicitor, conducted .the prosoeu tions: Tho barristers preseont woro lMoessra. Isaacs, WVindeyor, and Simpson ; the attorneys, MIessrs. 'oVodolh6 Gonnon, aced Scarytll. . Thle usual proclamation agalnsot vicse and iiRmo rality having beeoi road, the following case was called on: ROnBEneY UNDERe ARMS. Frank Stanley alias Thomas Wright, and Charles Jones alinas 'Villianm' Herbert, wore charged with robbery under arms on tihe 30th October last, at Gundaroo. The prisoners pleaded not guilty, and woro undefendled. Tbohe facts of the case, as stated by tie Attornoy-General, are theso :-The prisoner Stualey, ticcompaniod by a man named Dicokenson alias Evans, not yet in cu...
COMMERCIAL. GOULBURN, Tuesday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 27 April 1864
GOAIMEIW1CAZI.` ohIULr)URt, Pueatoy erenong. WhtOO 400 it00u0,--At C&lt;nollt's 3IttU:--Flno flour, £23 per ton; sfronds, £E2; IfleSS than Ialf ton, Is, per 100lbt eotru; wrheat, It. to Os. 01. per busho, the latter for prtmo samplee, plump and titan; poitatl anot bran, it. 4 pet bushel. ' . At o tma uel'O ttll:--2lno floor, -£23 per ton; seconds, £22; itf le than halt ton, ls. por tOOlb. extra whttat, Pt. to 8st. Ot. per bushelo; polltrd bran, Is. 4d. per buaheo. Syrovr Paonouet Ctncoont -M retoro. Doiranm tad'Irwtn theld toeir usuln weokly alo, on Frtony, of tollow, hides, and leathtor, whtich was attendoed with the followtng results:- Tallowo--7- casks were sold tt follows:--attlon, at troet £20 to £30 lOs.; bhor, at £28 lis. to £2.2: "tldcst.--Of about 1000 olferedt, oror 000 ntroe ditsposed of' atl from Ps 0d.'to lls. d; calfokinst at Is. to It it: eoht. Loather.--Kltp at 10fl?d.; sol,'atO t.'; hornest, atl00ttd. perthb. LUnlett othororto txpresoed, tile prces qnuoted I...
TUESDAY—APRIL 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 27 April 1864
ToEsAhY-AoPuIL 20. - The court was oponod at ninoa;m. His HIonor stoted that ho hld reccivod a potition from six prisoneors charged with capital oflbnces, namely: murdor, rape, and sodomy.' Ha'appointed Mtessra. Windoyor and Simpson, aesisted bly csars. alash ald Guson, to dofolnd said prisonors whon thoir trials should comno oso. 5U5Ilt NIAI WA.OOA AOA. Ionry hlarria wa Iacodl in tho docr, charged with coaaalttlolg wilful nordor s, tIm lot L)Porlou. baur, 181?01, at Ilia \Voolbhod, \\V(1IgII \\raggyl,, ) Itl~b. hI ilSg oleo ol~old Is th ~'+tlwt slia b. ' ilh ,rlsonor was l?roglt lInta lb couoL ir aI , Irons aIiI hanliduUlls, aUId lXhibIod all tlhe t?itsrn?,lo chrll'aleduldllie of ,I lllldilllUn I ir airod Iwo cos l Iltblels in Lhe dllk wl? h bn it ln In bIlil dlurlll the inelquiry as to his sanity or simulation of in onnity. an tjury was impannolled to try whetlier the pri soner was insane or not, or mentally cpabla of taking his trial. Mir. th indeyer called as a witness Robert WV...
NEW ZEALAND.—TWO DAYS LATER FROM THE FRONT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 27 April 1864
NEW ZEALAND.-TWO DAYS LATER FROMI TIIE FRONT. TirE Daily Southern Cross. of Monday, the 11th instant, supplies us with the following news:from the front: Our last despatch from Pukorimu, is dated tho' 7th instant. It appears that William Naylor, aceom panied by.sixteeoon of hlis own people, started for l~auungatautari on the morning of that day, and was to proceed from thenco to WVharotutoro, and on further until ho found the rebels. The object of his mission was unlerstbod to be that of inducing them to surrender. Speculation upon the probable result of it is out of the question, for terms of peace have been so frequently proposed and rejoted, that unless Orakau has impressed them with greater fear of the DBritish arms and tlhe consequent hopelessness of their cause, they will probably still remain rebels to the back bone. Itis a very good trait, however, in the character of Naylor, that he should thus cndea vour to save the blood of his countrymen; for a frequent repetition of the...
PARLIAMENTARY. THURSDAY—APRIL 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 27 April 1864
* PARLIAMEN'PAR Y. TinsoAy--Aosr m 21. IN the Legislative Council, MIr.. Thompson presented a petition from two graolers against the passing of the Impounding Bill. The Council agreed to the Assembly's mossago with regard to the Seamen's Law Amondmont land Consolidation Dill, and made certain consequsontial amendmonts. Thie Aseombly's messngeo respecting: the Destituto Children's Society's Incorporation Act Amendment Bill was considered, subjecte t amondmonite, and the roport adopted. On the motion of Mr. Plunkett the House approved of plans, sectionsn, and book of roference of a proposed extension of the Great Southern Railway iito Goulburn. Ontho motion.of Mr. Plunkerott, so' much of the standing orders woro suspended as would prcclude the Customs Duties Interpretation lBill, Appropria tion Bill, and Public Works' Loan Bill passing through all their stages in one sitting of the Council. . The bills were then passed. The second reading of the Official Salaries Bill, on thlemotion o...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 27 April 1864
TO CORRi.OPOYD2~YTS. Attention to ttko fottoolno mrlo, tiltl ,tnt ditroppoto. tnoooo--oPooel On nonooc tlrdotn~l itpcol Polrtr not too, tent to other It)ot r..-ttl'oeoo,,o rettmo *releeted n ,o,,ln~ieotio,- tt7,tto ntlt(litt to toolt, ordiootpl rot re rttons, otolt otroit kte, titiot c~ara,qtt roorttitplt ton thoteorerd, cortonanototnlo~ oootltto rmoot to 01o noon on tho Jtondoyor ot,, TOltroof,,joU ,ooooottngl jo,ttltooton.- tttr ,nnrt in1 error coOfttitotrt~enrttetlmrm rll A m~c'otnot,,o nold nttdreoo--tltt for patbtictlottt,to 000r gen untotot to o good fath.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 27 April 1864
aUSTRAASIAN FREEMAnSONS' HALL .IIOTEL, 191, York-street, Sydney: ALFRED BRADFORD, proprietor. FIRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATION for gentle men. l'rivato fnmilies will at this hotel find the com forts of iomoe. 1712 Produce Stores. JESSRS. DURIIHAM and IRWIN are prepared to receive wool, shecpshins, tallow, hides, &e., Lor sale by nauction or privately, at their Produce 5lores, Circular Quay, Sydney. Liberal advances made on wool, sheepskins, tallow, end hides consigned to them for sale or shipment. Circular Quay, Sydney. 116 ROYAL BLUE HOUSE, pITT-STREET, SYDNEY. DAPER-.HANGININGS.--The trade supplied with .L paper at 4d. per roll; light ceilings, 4.d.; white marble, 6d.; Sienna marble, 9d.; oak paper, . d.; all kinds of satin paper, Is. 3d. 5000 rolls of paper-hangings to pick Iromn. OILS AN) C( LOtS of every description. CIANCE'S SHEET GLASS, all sizesn. KEROSENE OIL, in 2 and 4-gallon tins (screw mnzzle), 40. and 40. Cd. per gallon; warranted the purest quality or tie moley retur...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 27 April 1864
MARTITED, Ar Tnrago, on the 23rd instant, by the Itoy. Richard Leigh, M r. NA'o*lox Lre?vdl., I.N., obleost e6 of thb Inato Captain 'l'hlomno Lovell, R.N., to. B.SSRE SBAnLO, oldest daughter of the Ilato IhnnJAatKs ?Avre:l, Eaq., of 1'lymouth, Dovon. WE-N, SDAY, A 'L 27, 1801. - WI'3I)NESDAY, AII)RIL 27, 1861.
A JEWISH SETTLEMENT IN CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 30 April 1864
A JEWVISH SETTL1IMENT IN CHINA. TE J"ewish Chronicle gives the following account of a curious discovery made during the late war with China, by a Jewish officer in the English navy: "At the breaking odt of the English war with China, he received his commission as lieutenant, and went to the seat of war, and served under Commander Hollins. Our friend was assigned the command of a small vessel carrying three guns for thie purpose of penetrating thIe rivers and streams of the interior, and preventing any hostile assem blages. Ho seldom advanced further than five or six miles from thIe principal rendez vous; but on one occasion, tired of cruising about in the same place so often, and meeot ing no opposition, he proceeded ten miles up the river, and still found no hindrance. E sailed until he had advanced about thirty miles into the interior of the country, pass ing several cities and villages; but seeing no fortifications, and not being molested in any way he was about to retrace hIis s...
WESTERN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 30 April 1864
W•SSTERN AUSTRlALIA. P.R?Ti papers of the 23th of March are to ,hand. The Inuquirer gives the following partion lars of some recent outrages committed by -convicts. Tlhat Journal of the 23rd says: Our criminal news is more than usually .varied. Weo havo. had an attack by a ticket of-leave mat named Graham upon Mr. ..Quartermaine, an old settler, residing at .-Beverley. The police, some six in number, Sare in search of the ruffian who shot Mr. ...Quartermaine. The crimeno was perpetratod ..as follows :-Mr. Quartormiaine havng boon from homo some days, roturnod to his house : .lato at night, and while knocking athis door. for admittance was shlot by Graham from •'his bedroom window, the shots ontering his *breast. In the middlo of the bustle and confusion which onsued Graham made off, ahid has not been seeoon since. M rs. Quarter-. maine declares that she was not aware that the man Graham was in her room. Quarter maine is out of danger, tie doctor having extracted the shots from his b...