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

AUSTRIA. Accounts from esth, Hungary, state that fourteen persons in that city have been arrested, belonging, for the most part to the upper classes of society, and including several oflicers of Honveds. Moreover, M. Bela, formerly a deputy, has been arrested on his property at Besige. It was intended also to arrest M. Podmanisky, formerly Vice President of the Hungarian Diet, but he was absent from home. Fifteen hundred arms of different kinds have been seized at Ranissa. It is stated also that arms intro duced by contraband have been found at Stuhlweissenbourg. The Press of Vienna, in speaking of the agitation which prevails on different points in Hungary, expresses a hope that the Austrian government, instead of allowing itself to be led away to adopt exaggerated measures of repression, will restore to that country its constitutional institutions. The moment would be well chosen, according to that journal, to convoke the Hungarian Diet or to cause the direct election of deputies ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And Chronicle, The
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DENMARK. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 18 May 1864

DENMAr K. Thle Rigsdag was closed on March 22. The princiipal passages' of the speech from the throne were the.following : " We aireostil , alone, and do not know how long Europe will look Wvith indifference upon the acts ofviolenco perpetrated against us. We are ready to do overything that may servo to obtain peace, but the enemy must know that the period is still distant when we shall be compelled to submit to a humiliating 'ponce. Thisis the King's fare well to you." The. Flensburg chamber of commerce has resolved upon continuing to make the settle ments in Danish 'currency notwithstanding the loss by the discount. The king nnd the minister-of war had left for the army, and reached Horup-Hav on the evening of March 22.

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TARANAKI.—THE ENGAGEMENT AT SENTRY HILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 18 May 1864

T'RAiAirI.--TII ENG5OAO??tENT AT SENTRY HIIILL. (From the N.?e Zealander.) By the arrival of the Airedale we are in possession of the particulars of the defeat of the natives at Sentry Hill, on the 30th of April, to which we alluded yesterday. We hasten to lay them before our readers. Monday, 2nd May. We reported on Saturday morning that the natives had been repulsed in an attack on Sentry hill. The affair turns out to have been one of the most successful of the whole war, when the losses on both sides come to be compared. From an early hour in the morning the natives ]lad been heard shouting and chant ing their war songs, at Mahutahi, and sub sequently from the sound they appeared to be getting nearer, and about eight o'clock they seemed to have reached the ford of the Waiongana, and here they commenced yelling more like a pack of dogs than any thing else. Shortly after this they were seen by the sentries in the redoubt emerging from the bush which hides the Waiongana ford, and whi...

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THE SCHLESWIG-HOLSTEIN QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 18 May 1864

THE SCOiLESWIG-LIOLSTEIN QUESTION. The deniolition'of tho Dannowerko, as-well as of the defences of Friedrickstadt, is being carried on with great energy, moro than a thousand civilians being employed on the work, in addition to fatigue parties draftod alternately from thlio different cbrps; and as they got paid'for their labour-at the ratd of a dollar a day, it is quite a godsend; for the peasants and farm labourers, whoso usual agricultural employment has been almost to tally interrupted and their resources. ex hausted, first by the requisitions of the Danes, and now to a much greater extent by the allies. The campaign in Jutland opened with a victory, the Austrians having come in colli sion with the Danish outposts and' repulsed them. At 6 o'clock on the morning of March 8, the Austrian army crossed the Killdingau in two columns, and, after a march of about seven' English miles, encountered a small force of Danish cavalry, which it compelled to retreat northwards towards Veilo. A...

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COLONIAL INDUSTRY.—TOBACCO MANUFACTORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 18 May 1864

COLONIAL INDUSTRY.-TOBACCO MANU FACTORY. (From the Empire.) A VISIT, which we paid on Monday. to Mr. Dixson's tobacco factory in York-street af forded us equal gratification and surprise. This gentleman, we believe, came out to this colony twenty-five years ago, for the express purpose of engaging in tobacco manufacture, but he found, on his arrival, that the duty on American imported leaf was too high, con sidering the local rate of wages, to allow him a fair margin of profit, and therefore became simply a seller instead of a maker of the article, waiting for better times. About two years ago, as most of our readers are aware, the duty on imported leaf was reduced from two shillings to one shilling per pound, and MAr. Dixson immoediatoly:took steps to carry out his original design. Some months necessarily elapsed before orders could be transmitted to London and executed, but, in the moan time, all the necessary arrange ments hero were being made. In the month of July, 1862, the fit...

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(From the Home News.) [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 18 May 1864

(From, the Homo eArews.) The stream of emigration, for good or evil, has worked out of late a now channel. Formerly when the emigrant ship bore oflits living freight from the western or southern shores of Ireland, from Valontia, or the har bour of Cork, its destination was Now Zoa land, or Victoria, or Now South WVales. NVous evens chuniqd lout cela. Our emigrait vessels now strike out into the Atlantic, and are bound for Now York. It appears from re cent revelations that thero are at this present time' upwards of a 100,000 Irish pan pers i?. Now York, more than half of thdm womeni.' That is the reverse of the picture. Nothing can be gayer, brighter, or more hopeful than the aspect of the emigrant ship as it sails out on the broad bosom of the ocean, bearing away its multitudes of able bodied men and their cheerful wives and sisters to the land of promise; nothing can be more heartrending than the" aspect of the famished and friendless crowds of strangors when they got there. Yet th...

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THE MORMON HEAD-QUARTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 18 May 1864

THE MORMON HEAD-QUARTERS. (From the felbournw. Argyts.) TiHE following extract from a letter received by a gentleman in Melbourno from his brother, formerly of this city, has been placed at our disposal:-" Groat Salt Lako City, Utah Territory, U.S.A., January 12. 1864.-My dear brother,-From many strange places you have had letters from me -that is, I presume you to have had some of them. All cannot have been lost. I now write to you from the City of the Saints -the centre of Mormondom-ten minutes after shaking hands with Brigham Young's sons, and within sight of their father's palatial residence. That you may thoroughly understand whereabouts I am, let me ox plain it somewhat in full. Behind me to the west is Nevada territory, and beyond that California. Before me to the east are the territories of Colorado and Nebraska, with the state of Kansas still more beyond. To my north is the territory of Idaho, and to the south New Mexico. I am 800 miles from San Francisco, and 1200 from the...

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EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN NEWS. LONDON, March 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 18 May 1864

tlJOPEANAND AMnRTunOA NEWS. - ([From our correspondeit). ) LowONw, March 26. TEi war between Germany and Denmark till continues, in spite of the remonstrances 0 nsgland. The Danes have shewn great ery in meeting the attacks of their for lblO antagonists; but all their efforts est be in vain unless otherspowers come to ir aid. Of this thero does not seem to be 'ich chance; for, in addition to the question ebmg a purely local one, the Danes are jl so much. in the wrong in respect to eiolation of their .engagements towards * )ff4 Duchies, that it is impossible to help Suntil they redress 'the grievances com Sd of.The position of the Duchies was id by the London protocol of 18i6, Srmrklc agreeing to thee compromise .Jei contained. A singular and irra *imal compromise it seems, but the only Mti that both parties could agree to. The ulation of HIolsteii is really German .ueverything except its government, and riorder to preserve its double character ae:an integral portion of Denmark and a...

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A SECRET FOR FARMERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 18 May 1864

A SEORErT jOR FAn?ERS.-It is worth knowing, that every keeper of cows may cause them to calvo during the day time, in stead of night or day, as it may happen, causing much watching and want of sleep. The simple method is this : When the cow is in calf, and the milk beginning to fail, till she is about "yelled," lot no milk be taken from her any time in the evening, and let none be taken but in the morning ; and when her time to calve has come, she will drop her young in the day time. 'Two of our friends have tried this simple method, and have found it correct in every case. One who has eighteen cows has tried it these two years, and now they never think of sitting up at night.-Fife Journal. TirE PEA AS A PREPARATION TOn WHEAT. -Itis a fact worth knowing, that the wheat crops on land previously under peas are not only more prolific, but loss liable to attacks of wireworms, rust, &e. We have seen wheat crops in this district, sown after peas, and the yield, from appearance, co...

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

Chronicle Accounts. T IE hooks of the Goulburn Chroniclo are now L closed and the accounts posted. All partoie indebted ore requested to remit without delay to the appoinoted collector, R. CIIAMBERIS, lHerald Office, Goolbuhrn. Working Men's Refreshment Rooms and Temperance Boarding-house. JOlIN CARRllOL begs to inform visitors to Gol-. Sburnr thatthey will find comfort combined with cheapness and civility at the above rooms. r Note the address, OPPOSITE BLATOHFORD'S, af0 AUBURN.STREIET To Farmers, &e. F7OR SALE, a very superior portable steam L' engine, weighs 34 cwt., with wood born nlog fire-box. Also, a combined thrashing.omachine to silt, weighs 19 cwt., fitted with staploconcave and heaters to avoid bruising the grain, and spring hangers. W. F. PLANT, Willow T'reo Works, 81 York-strcet, Sydney. IMPORTANT TO BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS. Best Portland Cement for Home and Foreign Trade. M ESSRS. IIARWOOD AND IIATCIIER, Northnrleet. Kent. are prepared to supply the DEST 1'ORt...

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

TO CORRniSJINDflN1.. . Altentlon to the follnwino ,nk* n'i;i prdrrn disappolnl rnent -Wfado not under(nIo to insel bIftttr tthlchart tncotnlmnll d by an assuran, ce thno t h"are not been: se0 In otho penprrt.s.-iie ene retun rejected cond . rnunrlcallonlr.-W I lie wittingrl to make~ ordinary coyo restions, ioe mutt omijt 1(U55*rs hich ,.qnit t..oolfIng to fit theofoe poblictioo.-When ho ,rdlotopbilict!y ,may be dsired, eia,,,,una,inrino,,ogl o reoch ,t b noon, on the Iho dolsiond Thursdon ponrecdiog p1obilloto.-- We moot to n erit cnote It f lthed mitt t(hIn wltfer's nonce not adutnon-ot l fo pobirotnfio, but at n gonno tne o pond flloh.

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

r-IIE rriends of the nlate Mr. WILLIAM .BATT . are respectfully., requested, to attend his FUNERAL, which will take place on Wednesday (TIIIS DAY), at half-past three o'clock p.m. The procession will move from his late residence, Joshua-street. GEORGE RICHARDS, 921 Undertaker. tlýEd Xn1 1adian. --This Day and Friday Next. REGULAR, SALES. P. DIGNAM AND CO. ' Will sell by public auction, At their Sale Yards, Salutation Inn, THIS DAY AND FRIDAY, At eleven o'clock, J OIRSES broken, to SADDLE and:. DRAUGHT. Terms-csh. ' 915 Wednesday, 18th May. TO. BUILDERS,. CONTRACTORS; AND OTHERS,. P. DIGNAM AND CO. HIave received instructions to sell by public auction, At the rear of the New Argyle Store, ON WEDNESDAY, 18rze MAY, At eleven o'clock, A ..QUANTITY OF BUILDING MATE . IALS, including Shop-front, glazed sashes Pair heavy half-glass shop doors with shutters Window sushes, frames, architraves, linings, sills, &e. Pair story posts, folding doors Sheet lead, fit for tlushiig and gutter...

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ELEANOR'S VICTORY. CHAPTER XIV. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 18 May 1864

ELEANOR'S VIC'ORY. BY THE AUTIIOIR O LADY AtIIi.nY'85,icOiitiT, &0. CIIAPTI RI XIV. The courso of Eleanor's life at HInzlewood was peaceful and monotonous. She had been engnged simply ns a companion for Laura Mnason. That common epithet, which is so often twisted into the signification of a house hold drudge--ni upper-servant, who works linrider than any of her fellows-in this case menpt purely and simply what it was origin ally intended to mean. Eleanor's duties were tbteadhl Laurai Mason ntisic, and to be the companion and associate of nil her girlish pleasures and indnustrios. SNot.that Miss Mason was very industrious. Shie lihd a habit of beginning great under takings in the way of fancy work, and the inore gigantic the design the more ardent was hi.r desire to attempt it-but she rarely got libyond the initiative part of her labour. l'Thqreo was alwnys some " Dweller 'on the Thresh1ld " in the shape of n stitch that cioldn't be learnt, or a skein of silk that couldn't be...

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

A USTRALASIAN FRIEEMASONS' ITALL AI HOTEL, 191, York-street, Sydney: ALFRED BRADFORD. proprietor. FIRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATION for gentle men. Private families will at this hotel find the eom forns of a home. 1712 Produce Stores. NM ESSRS. DURHAM and IRWIN 're prepared LJ to receive wool, sheepskins, tallow, hides, &c., for »ale by auction or privately, at their Produco Stores, Circular Quay, Sydney. Liberal advances made on wool, sheepskins, tallow, and hides consigned to them for sale or shipment. Circular Quay, Sydney. 116 TO SWEOKERS. BARRETT'S TWIST, genuino. sound, and war ranted. Best American IIONEYDEW, 6s. per lb. PIPES. in meerschaum, wood, clay, &e., from 3d. to £1 each. A ' 3 . 11 0 : At M. DE BARR'S. 331 _______......______ fSCOTT, WILLIAMS, & CO, (LATE CIARLES SCOTT AND CO) 399, GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY, OPPOSITE TIE ROYAL HOTEL, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL IRON MONGERS, AND Importers of Saddlery, &c., &o. 411 LONDON TAVERN, Auburn-street, Go...

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GREAT NATIVE FIGHT AT MATATA.—SIXTY REBELS KILLED. Tauranga, April 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 18 May 1864

GREAT NATIVE FIGHT AT M?ATATA.- SIXTY REBELS KUILLED. Tauranga, April 30. The schooner Mavis and the Sandfly ar rived from Maketu to-day. They brought news of a great fight between the natives at Matata, and the loss of sixty of the enemy. It will be recollected that after the Falcon and Sandfiy shelled the enemy out of their position at Maketu and along the beach to Otamarakau, the friendly natives, accompa nied by Major Drummond Hay, Captain Mc Donnell, and the men on special service, followed up the rebels to ascertain their loss. The Arawas came up with the rebels at Otamarakau, and at once fired into them, killing one man. The rebels fled, and the Arawas and Makotu natives pursued them. On Thursday last they came up with them at a small stream on the beach, about half a-mile north of Mtatata. The action com menced immediately, and a desperate hand to-hand encounter ensued. The Arawas were the principal fighting men of the friendly people, the Ngatipikcaos of ilMaketu only showe...

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LATER FROM NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 18 May 1864

.LATER FROM NEWV ZEALAN.'. WE have two days' later news from.Auckland, namely; to May the 5th. The following is from the Southern Cross of that date: Head-quarters, Te Papa, Majr 1. Since the attack on the Gate Pa, on Fri. day, and its evacuation by the rebels, there has not 'been a renewal of hostilities. The enemy are said to have retired to their hill pa,' close to the:bush, and in line almost with their late position. This pa is distant about eight miles from'here, but the intervening country is easy. There appears to be a gully ii'front, and the works are large and for midable. This pa was builtby the Tauranga natives, under 'Rawiri, on their return from Waikato, and was completed before they established their advance post on the native boundary line. What numbers escaped I cannot ascertain, but from concurrent testi mony I ami disposed to think that by far the g5eater number of the defenders managed to gd( off. 'Up to Saturday night nineteen dead natives were found. Ten of tho...

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GOULBURN WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 18 May 1864

:rW; OLEORSAL tRIICKS CII IILtRN7'.' Ooiy heat. 0o.4fs. to 1Os. 'B bshcll. 0r Oe £=3 ; to t eoI.ta, £27' ;, 41l. ] o. ol. 4d MSibJs O· o6iR IU* l Cp; r o s 2MoIO, Oo. C.1. to Oor us. ; '0nll. 00. 1;oI0eh. 6d. hu! ci; Cope, 33. to 4,. 20. t04. £310. to 4d on. Ibotteo, fresh. 54. toO . '11 1b.; Bait, 04. .Eools. 3,t tod6J. 7d do.en, Pnnfn,3, to 4s. 1ýow. non,10. 01: Pot tt, tfr p ime, (rout £3 105, to £4; medium, £3. itC to 16s, Wh Jod. . Pis d, to ~.Fb e (reotofl) . to4d.'0 4 lb. 51ila otell),4V toelb. 111ker, As. to Os. etch. n 0d.; wooelred 74. 70 lb. Fas 4t t1oe-S, 4Roy (to eltelbue,£ £4: Ooellbtrn to Sye. oey,£3 to £3 10s.: Ooulb,,Ceto.RL01bbgFlt; £ t, Go;;. bob to Adolonet, £0:( euburn to T,,nut, £5; Ooulburn * Ktolttdr, £01to £7; Goulburn to WRggaR WOOS, £R8., to 47. alcr otherisorl expressed, tiloe prices quoted in this artcleo are tbose in transactions between the producer and theflsrst' pirlchoseroe not As between on dealer and.anotlher, muolch less the retail prices. . AelT...

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COMMERCIAL. GOULBURN, Tuesday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 18 May 1864

Go J AiRIt OA h. Wtoor AND FLO COUItt y e fIl uSrday evflou,. 5000001 £07. Fon At Caonoty's M~llt:-Floo Iloor, £28 per ton; seonds2t,oot le; to tf b l, the latter or plbi. bolot.:ru~ s 1 o; t0s frbsoUl~nliorxrlaoo bushel. IUUP n~ lcu pollard and f R, Is , d. pier At 1l"rootal'o 31111, Floe flour, £28 ,per ton; se 001, £to it 0 ssb tolol. onl toti, Is. pe 100 b. eotrat mhoot, .a. to 000 per bushtel; pCtllatl d brmtl.10. 4d. per buahol.' ' " tr00oW lauooue Clllool 000iuesprs Durham. and Irwin I oeld th ei usual erooc ly solo o f· allato and htld~s.' allo~r. T artot to flomor. 200l00810rOse o ' uwdn theoo lPtl0sp~lo roasl)~h0 oma ~boo00 £2 100. tOf3 Lu po tol fo, latter price awe obt.olnd ror three parcels of ol'uws boiling. lthltes. elerpl fair pnrctla of hoary warn o ottupht forwtard and d 0 pos . ol ltadrm 1s, 0d; t0 ,40. 1. antd modluot 4 from 03. to lO4s. Rd. Lottbo;,...4lofl tool' baat;, Ia. 7r a Tot0ap1t doQel

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LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. THE BISHOP OF GOULBURN AND THE ABERCROMBIE DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 18 May 1864

LOCA L END P1OVINCAL:. THE BISIIOP OF GOULBURN AND THE ABERtOROMBIE DISTRIOCT. Tits portion of Now South Wales, situato in the county of Georgiona, haid become notorious of late years for the incursions of bushrangoro Seven linnilies, in one district, have suffered soverely from the depredations of theso most unwelcomo visitants. Last week, however, the inhabitants had a visitor of another description. 'We refer to the Bishop of Goulburn, whom they welcomed overywhere with most hearty gratulations. This was manifested by. the cavalcade of persons, who rode many miles to greet the Bitshop at Belong, at Bindn, and at Crook. well, respectively. Their aggregato number could not havo been less than 240, on horsoback. The Roy. it. Leigh, of Goulburn, who accompanied. his lordship, had weoll prepared the ground by previous ministrations on week-days; and his labours ap peared to be very highly appreciated and gratefully received by the settlers. , The Bisthop and Mr. Leigh drove, oh' Tuesd...

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

YOUNG. (From on, eorrcrpotcntn)l TobeS are very dull up this quartetr the races and the ama teur dramatic c-tlub are about tile only nexcitement on the boaord here. I certaiuly must eay, the amateurs of this plncen ae i credit, and I uestion whether there is onother club out of 3 ydoey like tihem. eI saw one of their performances and they olayed first-rate to a good house. Tiey will give their next during the two first nights of troremce 24th and th of this month. n t h ... , "h o t We had a sporeting race n Thursday last(~by two litrses, .,r. Mlurpny's litonoey, and 3Ir. IIuglies Ilueg, ntngke, the lhtter stakln teon pounds to £tL-whdh t mvws'woe taidy by lonacy, by nmre than a dlstance. lfterwacdi ahurry asturry matchl for £0wns nmndo up4 and won by MIoienc's Nelly Grey;bhating thre others.e '., e , h , - A race meetling was held on Monday evening for the ale eof the booths, which sold very well. Tihe grand stand was thin eput up by aection, Mr. .I. Cohen acting as auctioneer, and...

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