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MONETARY AND COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. London, 26th March. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 14 May 1864

IONlJ'i'AflY ANl) coMM IIlOlAI IJNT'Bl),td U IN'iI, 'I'h0 llolwy mn4lIfo( I+ ataml l, Wit hwavy 4 ;n IIN ?'l'hu ullicu un,"mH Ar ssow W114 Iu b; to al per ý'NI"ýllA IlrrnN9S++I:N7r dI FIij r1'! ( 1 .1Wr A I''y p lll r rp jl s k 1ýeVha1'r I I1) to } I)ý i a Zealand sixes, 108 to 110; South Australianditto, 1878, 190 to 111. Agregote exports for the past month, £508,607, being a decrease of £107,G t9 on corresponding month of 1863, when the total exports were £742,270. ToMelbourne, the month's exports are £247,380, against £331,530 in Januar'y-Februaory, being a lecrease of £?7,t41. Shipments of metals, tobaoco, hops, provisions, oilmen's stores, an't white wtne have advanced; all other items lower. To Sydney and 3loreton Bay, the exports show a nominal increase of £053. Shipments of drapery have declined; oilmen's stores have enhanced; the quotntions for spirits are lower. To Adelaide the exports show a decrease of £14,036. To oew Zealand the decrease is £10,054. On March 21st the Ba...

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CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 14 May 1864

CHIINhA. Major Gordon is procootiog succossfully in his compoign, and has capturod savoral cilias. Iii. operationo ro most oxteonivo, ond the robols are ovory'whore dofoatod. Cisoag w'an¶ the robot gaeneral ,S collicing his proaperty in 'lobidn, with tito vlow at retiring. In *dopan Sll is jadat,

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POLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 14 May 1864

POLAND. The barbarity and cruelty of the Russian soldiery is still worse. A spy's word is suffiolent to ruin whole families. The Poles continuio to fight bravely. In an attack on a Russian villago, out of 210 lRussians 16 only were left olivo. Several other victories have been obtained. An appeal to European nations has been issued by the Polish National Government. The English feeling is unanimously in favour of both Poles and Danes.

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HUNGARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 14 May 1864

HUNGARY. The revolutionary spirit has again risen in Hun gary and the Danubian Principalities, and Austria is sending large reinforcements of troops into Venetia.

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AUSTRIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 14 May 1864

AUSTRIA. Thero have boon extonsive riots in Pooth, the popular cry being "long live Garibaldi and Kossuth!" The Austrians nro reinforcing the garrisons of lungary.

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

RUSSIA. The Imperial decree has been published reforming the law affecting foreigners, aend abolishing the compulsory sale of landed property of Russian ladies on marriago with foreigners, and consent of the Emperor to auch marriagos; also payment of the three years' naturalization tax.

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THE DANISH WAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 14 May 1864

THE DANISH WAR. Austria and Prussia definitely agree to the Lon don conference, but recommend active operations against Denmark. Prussia is laying siego .to Dp pel, which the Danes are gallantly defending, though greatly outnumbered in men and artillery. Sharp fighting has taken place, and success varied. Tho Austrians bombarded Frodericia, but from some unexplained reason retired from before that fortress. The Prussians are bombarding Sonderborg. The King of Denmark, in closing the Rigsdag, stated that although he was anxious for an honour able peace, the day of a humiliating peace was far distant. The allies in Jutland are appalled at the declara tion of the inhabitants to poison them all. Rumoura came by telegraph from Hamburgh that Prince Augustenbhurg is dead, but it is since contra dicted. The King of Bavaria died suddenly on the .10th of March. It is believed Denmark will shortly assent to the conference on the basis of negotiations of 1861-2.

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

AMERICA. War still continues, resulting in Confederate suc The Federals during the winter recess determined by a series of coup de main to surprise their adversaries. Generals Sherman and Grant (Com mander-in-Chief) were to manoeuvro to induce the Confederate General Johnston to divide his forces to cover the different points threatened by the Federals. Admiral Farragut was simlutaneoualy to make a demonstration against Mobile, and Federal General Thomas, with 35,000 men, was to move upon Dalton, Atalanta. These plans were utterly defeated by the Confederates, and Sherman's army also beat speedy retreat. At the same time, General rilpatrick was despatched to attack Richmond. From letters discovered afterwards, his orders were, if successful, to sack the city and put to death President Davis and cabinet. lie found it im possible to get near Richmond, and had to retreat quickly within General Butlera lines. The army of the Potomac still remains at Boandy Station. The Federal campaign ...

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DON'T THINK TO PLEASE ALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 14 May 1864

r1 DON'T TITINIt TO P?LEASE ATLL. S'T think, na you pnsn on lth journey of lifo, at you'll always Ile clhr of thll wntoers of strife,' 'T hat fortuno will nlways befrioend you; Im't fonudly imagine you'll nver reccivo 'sab in the da'k or thllorn in your uleuvo, ;." that frindslhip will nlwayn defend you. i'?' In'tl think you shall always got praise from your , :"{ neighbours, ?h aha,sn't think to plesno all with your well-mncnaning * l?'^13 guard against inward vexation; l ,'t thinik di.sap oinltuiint will never rebuff you, o int envy, or hlatred, or piride will no'or cult you, o'lhrd lThat blcssod will hb your vocation. m at. you should bht n littlo conspicuonau tand, th. -will and ill-natnro will put forth out the hand, '* To lothoro annoy, and iastrcss you; :'Cat holea will be picked in your decontiah cont, , 'lid lanndur will nond tho filao rumour alloat, i h If fortuno should slightly caross you. so world is composed of a tormagant crow, ' :i knowing ones innny, the ignorant fe...

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ITALY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 14 May 1864

ITALfY. The conflicts between the French and Papal troops still continue, the populace participating in the riots by aiding the Papal soldiers. Serious disturbances are anticipated. A Hungarian Legion is forming in Italy, under Kossuth's guidance. Immense preparations for war are making on both sides of the Po. The Austrianshave 160,000 soldiers in Veontia. The Italians have an equal number ready to opposo them.

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LATER FROM AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 14 May 1864

LATER FROM AMERICA. (From the I?cw Zealand lerald.) VIA California we havo received consider ably later North American news than by the English mail, our dates being from the 27th February to 5th March, inclusivo. Under ditto Now York, February 27, we learn that the United States corvette, Houa stonio was destroyed in Charloston harbour on the 13th, by a rebel torpedo. It struck her starboard quarter, and in a short time she sunk off the Beach Inlet. The Times says the steamer Fulton, from Port Royal, on Wednesday last, brought in formation of sad reverses to our Florida ox pedition. Weo aro unable to give details, it says, becauso after the Fulton weont out into the bay she was board6d by thl piovost marshal, with orders from General Gilmoro to deprive parties of all privato letters in their possession. From passengers by the Fulton we are indebted for the following main facts of the battle on the afternoon of the 20th. Our troops, 'under Seymour, met the enemy, 15,000 strong, fift...

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FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 14 May 1864

FRANCE. The elections have terminated in large majorities in every instance against the government. The Emperor is highly gratified at the expression of English feeling on his behalf in the Mazzini af fair, and wishes to see revived th9 cordial under standing between the governments of England and France. It is asserted that the Mexican loan of two hun dred million of francs has been concluded with the London house of Glynn and Co. M. Lesseps predicts the completion of the Suez canal-for general navigation by the end of 1867.

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BRITISH FARMING IN 1863. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 14 May 1864

BRITISHI FARMING IN 1803. (From the Yeoman.) Ti?E groat questions that agitate the ngri cultural mind, at homo in the present day are all, either directly or indirectly, the result of the repeal of the Corn Laws. That 'sweeping measure, which even those once most warmly opposed to it now admit to have been inevitable, though it has not brought ruin upon the farmer, as was predicted, has most seriously imodified his position. The average of his receipts during the seventeen ensuing years hlav been at least equal to those of the same number preceding it, but with this the Russian war, which cut oft' for a time the great source of wheat importation, and kept thel quarter above 70s., had doubtless somo thingu to do. From 1856 till the last year the importation of foreign corn steadily in creased, until in 1862 its value was estimated at nearly 40 millions sterling. The extra ordinary harvest of 1803 made a greatchango so far. If the weather prophets are coriect, the year that is has a c...

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THE VICTORIAN DOG SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 14 May 1864

II511 TI.E VICTOIIAN DOG SHOW. lrit (F.rom, kdl'a LifeA in Victoria.) nirc ino sensation of the wooeek has boon the i "rout Dog Show. Successful far beyond the cri='ost sanguino anticipations of all who take 'l;~nu interest in the matter-and weo venture 40'te say theoro are few who do not-it may o?ew reasonably be hoped that this is the nl ommenceonent of a series of similar exhibi lb hions, to be hold annually in the colony. If in, a is a matter of regrot that the presumed a bjooct of the show-viz., the gathering to ?'otliher of the best bred dogs in the colony ifi'ies, in some slight degreeoo, boon checkeod by 'liho admittanco of animals of very inferior .dVloo'd (some, indeed, of very doubtful origin -"jtsolf), it is no less a matter of- congratula i iion that many dogs of very high brooding I avue boon oxhibited. In the department of `.'porting dogs, this remark more particularly ,pplios. Some of the pointers and setters .hoewn come from the best stock in England, md: in one or ...

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A KING IN UGANDA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 14 May 1864

A Iri i?" Uo,uUA.-When the rain had ceased, and we were again called in, he was found sitting in state as before, but this time wsith the head of a black bull placed before him, one horn of which, knocked off, was placed alongside, whilst four living cows walked about the court. I was now re quested to shoot the four cows as quickly as plossible; but, having no bullets for my gun, I borrowed the revolving pistol I had given him, and shot all four in a second of time; but as the last one, only wounded, turned sharply upon me, I gave him the fifth and settled him. Great applause fol lowed this wonderful feat, and the cows were given to my men. The King now loaded one of the carbines I had given him with his own hands, and giving it full cock to a page, told him to go out and shoot a man in the outer court; which was no sooner accom plished than the little urchin returned to an nounce his success, with a look of glee such as one would see in the face of a boy who had robbed a bird's ne...

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WINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 14 May 1864

WINE.' Two useful and valuable treatises on wino have recently appeared, both being the pro ductions of authors already known by their writings on the subject. Mr. Shaw has for many years advocated an alteration of the wine duties, and M[r. Denman has published a successful little treatise called "A Brief Discourse on \ino." Thoe quantity of in formation that may be given about wino is vcery great, for there is a most ample supply of wine over the earth's surface, and it is a laborious and intricate inquiry to ascertain the names and parentago and qualities of anything like a complete list. Mr. Denman lhas given succinctly and clearly a descrip tion of the various kinds to be found, and has added some interesting observations on the possibility and probability of a largo increase to the list of wines really fancied in England. Wine, too, has a curious history, and antiquarians can find fertile subjects of dispute when they attempt to settle the date and manner in which different win...

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LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 14 May 1864

LOCAL AND PRO VINCIAL. PoLice Reovr.--On Wednesday Ronald Iiac. donald was finelood 6s. for profane language.-On Friday Reuben Nicholson for discharging a gun in a public place within the city's boundary, was ordered to find two sureties in £25 each to keep the peace for six months, or in defiault one month's im prisonmoent. oury Ann Murphy was fined 40s. or fourtoeen days' inprisonment for using obscene language. Alonandor Mo Donnell waa fined is. with 2s d. costs for allowing a cow to stray in the streets. James Mo Govern, on a like chargo, was lined 6b, and 2S, d,. costs, John Olrroll was fitled it. with 3a. Od, costa for using unstampod weiaghts, Joseph Whiting, like chargo, fined se. with 3s. ?i, costs. Georgeyflurra, like charge, fined 6b, with ia. lid, costs. Jeatca Uranmp was fined £3 with 4e, 0l|. costs, or olltnollonth's illmprionment, for tas all?ltilg llso Prattton, A slh nghthiering licensoo80 w grntetd to Johnl Armst'ronig, of Ilunllglll?n, 'ile, (lttLt 1tut.tri: roa l...

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ITALY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 18 May 1864

ITALY. Tho Stampa of March 22 says :--Yostor lay, at eleven o'clock, Garibaldi and eight othler 'gentlemon,. among whom woro his soiis, Ricciotti and Moeotti, ombarked on board tho English steamdi- Vtilotta. "Her courseo is imlunown, as it is doubtful whether she wvill touch at MHlta or steer direct for Gibraltar. Garibaldi's dostinatioin is boe lioved'tobo London, tlheio object of his jour noy, as is supposed by some persons, being to consult a celebrated English surgeon, vhilo others imagine- that leo wishes to oex cite the public mind in England in favour of Italy. The same jourial says that. it con siders it hardly probable that an under standing should exist between Garibaldi and Manzinni, especially as the latter is re ported, to havo returned to Lugano. An Englishman, Colonel Chambers, is one of the companions of Garibaldi on his journey to England. . A telegram announces the arrival of Ga ribaldi and suite on March 23 at Malta, whence he was to proceed on the following day b...

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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 18 May 1864

AMIERICA. The army of the Potomac was described as quiet at the front. Important changes in its organisation, and in the plan for its ap proaching campaign, are said to have been made. Ladies have been ordered to leave the army, and no passes are granted to civi lians. Shorman had arrived at Vicksburg, with the loss of 500 men during his expe dition. He penetrated 35 miles beyond Meridian and destroyed all railroads on his track. General Grant, who had arrived at Washington, and loft for the West, is said to have recommended a concentration of forces with a view to the capturo of Rich. mond. Ho had boon presented with the commission of 'lioutenant-goneral. Kilpat rick's cavalry raid in Loo's roar appears to havo resulted in heavy loss to his corps. Documonts wore said to bo found on the Federal Colonol Dahlgron, who was killed, which ordered the sack ofRichmond and the killing of Jeflberson Davis. Those documents are said to beo forgeries. T'Il Confederato Genoral Pickott was ro por...

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FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 18 May 1864

FRANCE. The 'Monitour' has taken the trouble to contradict some silly rumours about the dis covery of a fresh plot, which it says "foreign journals" has announced. The.' M~morial Diplomatique' gives par ticulars about the preparations of the Arch duke Maximilian, whom it already styles Emperor of Mexico, to depart for his new dominions. On March 27 he will receive the Mexican deputation finally at Miramar, and he will sail for Mexico as soon after as he can make convenient, first, however, pay ing a visit to the Pope and to the King and Queen of Spain. It is affirmed that the archduke has declined to sanction the estab lishment of a bank of discount, circulation, and deposit in Mexico, under the title of the Bank of Mexico, until the project shall have been submitted to the Council of States and the National Assembly. On arriving in Mexico the archduke will, it is stated, make no stay at Vera Cruz, but will push on to the capital. The ' Pays' says that Austria has decided to reinfor...

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