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

ITALY. . The preparations for war, already an nounced as actively going on in Venetia; have excited the liveliest attention at Turin, the journals of which city are earnestly urg ing the government to arm at once, and ;stand ready to repel a probable attack from Austria. A_ sum of money seized by order of fihe Turin tribunal atLemmi's, and alleged to be tile proceeds of a subscription towards a find for an association objected to by government, has been restored to Garibaldi's bankers, it having been proved that the money in question had no connection with the aforo said fund. The accounts received from Rome, ros ecting the health of the Pope, are still ?ontradictory and disquieting. That he is a precarious state is not doubted. At heast the French government thinks so, and inks it necessary to prepare for the worst. nstructions have been transmitted to the erncc ambassador, to concert with the cneaeral commanding the army of occupa n as to the precautions to be adopted in ase of th...

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

AMLERICA. The President, by. an official order pro mulgated on March 14, assigned Lieu. General Grant to the command of all the armies of the United States. General Hal leek, who was, at his own'request, relieved from dutyas general-in-chief, had been ap pointed in Washington chief of the army staff. There was at first a strong impression that General Grant intended to inaugurate a vigorous campaign in Virginia; and that the Confederates were concentrating an army* of observation in North Carolina to watch the southern part of James River, in which direction they anticipated the Northern legions would appear. Subsequent inform ation, lhowover, affirms that General Grant contemplates an immediate advance upon Richmond. Lee was giving signs of a for ward movement, but a heavy snowstorm had put a stop to active operations in Virginia. A portion of Longstreet's force was stated to be on the move to Kentucky. The bulk of it, however, was believed to be about to join Lee. President Lincol...

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

FRANCE.fh. The court of assizes of the Seine tried Marezini,by default, on March 27, for his share in the plot against the life of .the emperor,' for which Greco and his accom plices were condemned in February-last. In the courseo of his address the new procureur general not only reiterated the charges made by his late predecessor against Mr. Stansfield, of complicity, with Mazzini, but brought forward fresh allegations agdiihst him, and also against Mrs. Stansfield. The procureur-general averred that in 1857, Mazzini indicated to Tibaldi and other Italian conspirators' against the life of the emperor, the two principal centres of action -at Paris, the residence of Tibaldi; at London, at the house of James Stansfeld and his wife, whom he designated ae "James; the friend at the, brewery," and "Caroline.". In Tibaldi's possession was found a memorandum-book, containing the address of Mr.. Stansfield, and the former confessed that when in.Londoei he had been in commrunicationtwith that...

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THE POLISH INSURRECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 18 June 1864

TIE rOLlSII INSURIrETION. Telegrams from 3Breslau report that a strong dotahicmont of insurgents recently crossed the fiontior from Gtallhcia, and, after a protracted engagoment with the Rlussians, suceodod in ponotrating into thie govern ment of Lublin. Another oengnagensmoent, des cribed as still mmore important, is represented as lhaving taken plieo noear Woociack, in thie palatilnate of Rladmon, mud thie result is stateod to have boen favourablo to the illn surgonts, It is affirmoed that the Austrian authorities axe expelling from Gallicia all the Polish refugee families; and, in fact, only allow them forty-eight hours to leave the province. All Cracow has been thrown into excite ment by the arrest of two ladies, whose salons were among the most elegant and frequented of that city. One of them, the Countess Ostrowska, was a lady who had taken temporary refiuge in Cracow from the excesses of the RIltssian soldiery, and the otlher, a Countess Wodzicka. The house of the Countess Os...

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LATEST TELEGRAMS. Turin, April 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 18 June 1864

LATEST TELEGRBAMS. Turin, April 27. Tho London Conference was opened to day. The Roumenian Ministry have asked an extraordinary credit for the formation of a camp at Soreth to resist all foreign invasion. France nand Englaud are opposed to a dis meomberment of DIenmark. The Danes are about to evacuate the Island of Alsen. Disturbances have taken place at a meet ing heold in London in favour of Garibaldi. April 28. The Greek Ministry has fallon. The question of the armistico, withll the maintenance of thile blockade in favour, was mooted at the conference now sitting in Lon don. The Austrian and Prussian represen tatives declared that thelloy had received no instructions from their governments. The conference was adjourned. The Russian army at Yolhynia has re ceived orders to proceed to the Moldavian frontiers by forced marches.

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CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 18 June 1864

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

AUSTRIA. According. to intelligence from Dresden, Austria appears decided to place Venetia in a state of siege. Precautionary measures cohtiiue to be taken in Southern Tyrol. The fortified places, especiallyKufstein, are receiving strong garrisons. Mfountain de files andgorges are carefully watched. SNews from the Rouman frontier gives reason to apprehend a rising in that quar toer. The military governor of Transy-lvania, in accordance with orders from Vienna, is tiaking :precautions in orier to'protect the province against any coitp dle main.. Strong bodies of troops are being concontrated on thoWallachinn frontier. The Dalmatian Diet was dissolved on April 8 by an Imperial resolution, on ac count of party intrigues and attacks on the government which have oicurred. Letters from Vienna state that the part ing of the emiperor from his brother the Archduke Maximilian was rather cool. The idea of a Mexican empire with an Austrian prince as sovereign met with decided resist ance up to ...

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INSURRECTION OF THE ARABS IN THE REGENCY OF TUNIS, &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 18 June 1864

INSURRECTION OF TIlE ARABS IN THE, REGENCY OF TUNIS, &o. (From tho Malta Tinmes.) B3 the arrival of H.M.S. Firefly, Lieuten ant-Commander G. I. IVilkinson, on thle morninug of the 25th instant, from Tunis and Susa, we learn that a serious rising of the Arabs in the interior had taken place. The Bedouin tribes from Susa to Yabes have revolted, in consequence of the increase of the capitation-tax. They have killed the Governor of Keff, and report says out him in pieces. It is stated that 50,000 Arab horsemen have interrupted all communica tion between Tunis and the provinces. The insurgents have taken possession of Wair ouan, a fortified town, fifty miles from Susa and 100 from Tunis, and being the second holy city of thie Mussulmans, may give the insurrection the clharacter of a holy war, when the usual cruel massacre of Christians will naturally follow, unless strong and im mediate steps be taken to prevent it. The government of Tunis is entirely powerless, having lately dis...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 18 June 1864

.IRTH. - tio 16# inatit, Mrs. LosortsII, Ilo.no stroot, of a s0on. L, o On the 16th insta?t, athorroesldonco, Auburn-strcet, Mrs. 'Wis. TAr;.oio of a son. MARRIED, Ox the 16th instant, at St. Saviour's Cathedral, by the Rev. Richard Leigh, FInjmstICK C. B. SRoatnson, Commander Royal Navy, youngest son of Admiral Herocules RIobinson, to ~I?s.ax, fourth daughter of Wul.to.t BlaDLEY., Esq., of Lansdowno.-No cards. Ie UrlAl JUh E1r,1 i6 le. SATURDAY, JUNE 18, 1864.

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DENMARK. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 18 June 1864

DENMARK. Advices from Copenhagen state that the elections.for the formation of the Superior Council (Landsthing) have just taken place in Denmark, properly so called, and in the Island of Alson, not occupied by the enemy's army. The old chiefs of the National Unitary party have been named in most of the districts-that is to say, that the prin ciple of the defence and preservation of the monarchical unity will have a majority in the first chamber. The session extraordin ary of both chambers will open in the course of the month of April. The portfolio for foreign affairs, during the absence of Mi. de Quaade, who is attend ing the Conference, accompanied by NI. Krieger, has been assumed by Bishop Monrad, the President of the Council. SThe king, who has returned to Copenha gen from his journey to Alsen and Jutland, was received everywhere throughout hIis route with the greatest enthusiasm by the people, as well as the troops. In addition to testifying to his majesty their loyalty and de...

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THE CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 18 June 1864

TIE CONFERENOE. Baron Boust, tihe plenipotentiary of the Germanic confederation to the Conference, arrived in London late on April 22 from Germany. His excellency had a meeting with other diplomatic members of the Gor man States, on theo.afternoon of the 23rd, at the Prussian embassy. Precisely at 1 o'clock yesterday afternoon the several members accrodited by their sovoroeigns to the Con ferenco assembled at tile Frst Lord of tile Treasury's official residence in Downing street, Whitehdll. The Earl Russell, K.G., Secretary of8 State for Foreign Affairs, ac companied by the Earl of Clarendon, K.G., appointed to assist in the deliberations, were first to arrive. There weore present Baron Brunnow, the Russian Ambassador; Prince do la Tour d'Auvorgno, the French Ambas sador; Count Bornstoff, the Prussian Am bassador, accompanied by Baron Balan; Count R. d'Apponyi, the Austrian Ambassador; M. do Bile, the Danish Minister, accompanied by M. do Quade, the Danish Minister of Foreign Aflfai...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 18 June 1864

TiE neows by the mail just arrived is preg nanet with exciting coming events. Tlhe London Conference for the peaceful settle ment of the Danish question lhad separated without settling anything decisive. It is stated that on a proposition being made by the othler porers for an immediato armistice, the Austrian and Prussian envoys declined acceding to the proposal until they had ob tained the sanction of their governments. In the meantime the war is being carried on. The Prrussians have bombarded Son derburg, without giving any notice, killing unarmed citizens, womon, and children. They also took Diippel by assault on the 18th of April, after a two months' siege. The gallant Danes, completely out-num bered by their assailants, suffered consider able loss; a number of their guns were cap tured, and two thousand plrisoners taken. Thhe Danish armyhas retreated to the island of Alsen, off the coast, where it still re mains. The Prussians havo now directed the main body of their forces in...

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

EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN NEWSi (Froma our corrponljdnt.) Losnox, April 26. TilF. meeting of parliament after the E?aster recess was looked forward to with consider able interest, on nccount of the alleged in tention of the conservatives to miake farther use of tlhe Stansfield and Mazzini affair, in the holpo of ousting the government. It seemed to ibe their last card, and one picked up by n ]lucky chance, on the failure of which nil hope of office must ie abandloned. Well, the Houses mot, and Mr. Stansfield appeared, not on the trcasury bhoech, ulit in the rear, where h rose and stated that ratlher than sulbject thle government to attack, on hisown account ihe had insisted on resigning oflico, and could now rebut the assaults of his antagonists nnshielded by government pro tection. The opposition, taken by surprise, uttered no further word on the subject. Mr.: Stansfield's oftice is now filled by Mtr.; Chlilders, one of the most rising men in the Iouste, and well known in Australia as ...

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE SYDNEY, Friday afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 18 June 1864

T1LEGR1APHIC INTELLIGENCE I[ron oun cbltnosrDiOENSs.) SYDNEY, Fridayeaftornoon. nE Supreme Coourt havo docidod thit tho country municipalities aro entitled to suo for arroars of rates. SSix persons hrave boon drowned in tho floods in thesMaitland district. There has boeen a groat flood at Forbes. Thlo udgeo mail was robbed yesterday. . Friday night. Thie Mechanic has bodn wrecked at Fiji, and all hands perished. Cust has boon committed for the forgory of Nosh's £2100 cheque.

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

Agents of the< Chionicle A RE particulnarly reqUested to send to tho under oigned, with as ittle delay as possible, any ney that they may have collected on account of ertisingo, susacriptions, or otherwise, since tihe sith September last. . CHAMBlERS, Auburn-street, Goulburn. Oak Farm Nursery. TI IE proprietor of the above begs to inform the S inhabitants of the southern dlistricts that he will still continue to supply them with FRIUIT T..ES of all doscriptious-thirty-five sorts of appie of one, two, and three yoars' growtht clier -ies pears, plums, and apricots, currant, goose erries &c. Full particulars may be obtauined of hr. J. LANSDOWVN, Auburn-street; or, GEORGE SMIITII, Oak Farm Nurosery, 1068 Near Goulburn. artyn's Horse and Carriage Bazaar, 13, Pitt-street Sydney, SMR. CHARLES MARTYN Iolds a regular sale by auction !Every TUESDAY, TIIURSDAY, and SATURDAY At II o'clock precisely. SLL parties soending horses or other stock, car A rliges c&., are rqu...

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LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. THE FLOODS [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 18 June 1864

LOCAL AND .PROVINCIAL. THE FLOODS A nerorT reached town yesterday that the three men supposed to have beeoon drowned on Sunday had been seen on the 'Sydneoy road near Wingello, and that they escapedby running along the fence on which they were soeon; but as the'rumour had passed through soveral hands before reaching our informant he did not pledge himself to its correctness. We continue to hear of large quantities of fencing being carried away, and of the surface soil behilg swept off, seed and all, so that there is no doubt the farmers will have sustained great lossert Fortunately however no further loss of life is re ported; and the stockl do not appear to h!ave snffered. The wire fencing appears to have stood theeoffects of the flood muche better than the ordinary railed fencing. . ": T'ihe bridge at Bungonia has boon swept away, and the creeks round that place and Jerrara have been exceedingly high. In another part of this paper will be found a let tor from MIr. Conolly, in, who...

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

Wauted, A SITUATION AS TUTOR in a gentleman's Sfamily or in a grammar school, by a young man who has receioved a good classical eduoation, atd is conversant with the French and German lan guages. Reference is permitted to the Bishop of Goulburn. 1123 Wanted, BY a private family in the country, a respectable u woman as laundress, and to assist in house work. Apply to 1126 gMs. J. JONES, Roynl'Hotel. Wanted, TIFTY TONS WATTLE BARK. Apply to ' W. TEECE, Auburn-street. 1112 Loading for Sydney. ?ITANTED IMILEDIATELY, TWO DRAYS V to carry apples to Sydney. After which, two drays every furtoight, or one dray every week, during the winter. Apply to WILFRED HALL, 1111 Lase lathurst. Wanted, 0ATEN OR WHEATEN HAY. C. E. DRANSFIELD, S Jembnicumbene Flour Mills, 1070 : Near Braidwood. Wanted, A FEMALE SER AANT. Apply MRS. 1 RICIH,%DSoN, Emu Inn, Gnulburn. 1086 NWanted, N ACTIVE YOUNG MAN as PORTER. References required. 1061 S. EMANUEL AND SON. Wanted, A MAN that can milk. and othoerwise make him...

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GARIBALDI'S VISIT TO ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 18 June 1864

GARIBALDI'S VISIT TO ENGLAND. (From tAo Hiomo 1new.) TIE flipon, bearing the illustrious Italian patriot, arrived at Southampton on Sunday, the 3rd April. It had boon anxiously looked for all the night through. Deputations wore awaiting from several towns in Eng land with addresses and invitations, and tihe Dukeo of Sutherland, Mr. Seely, M.P., and other personal friends were in attendance. The people were wild with enthusiasm, and during the weekl that Garibaldi remained at Southampton and the Isle of'Wight, popular honors were incessantly lavished upon him. No king over received such a welcome on putting his foot on his native soil after a series of victories, and it may be said, once for all, that every rank and class of the. people, from the Primo Minister down to the working man, vied with each other in their homage to this distinguished man. But the greatest scene of all was the entry into London. Truly it was a wonderful gathering. from every part of the metropolis and its su...

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

ELEANOI'S VICTORY. li TOE ATHOa OF 0 LADY AUDLEn"' SECRET, &;c. CIAITl7i XXVII. TIrE now life which bcganr for Eleanor N1onekton at Tollidale Priory Hseemed very strange to her. 'The prim r.spectlability of tihe old min.sion weighed heavily upllon i her spllirits. The best psit of her existence had been spent ian a very free andl easy Bohemian manner; and iher impiroved position was at first more strange than pileasant to her. The well-trained servants who waited upon her in respectful silence, ackoowledging her as their mistress, and obsequiously eager to give her dleasure, were very different people to the famniliar landladies of those lodgings in which she had lived with hier father, or the gootld natured shoemaker-landlord at the Pilasters. At Ilnzlewood she had only been a de. pendent; and those who had served hier Iatl given her their services out of love for her brightness and beauty; rendering her little benefits with frank smiles and familiar greet ings. But the mis...

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

A USTRATlASIAN FREEMASONS' STALL SHOTEL, 191O, York-street, Sydney: ALFRED BRAU)1 SliD, proprietor. FIRST-CLASS ACCoIMMODATION for gentle men. Private families will at this hotel find the cnm forts of a homo. 1712 Produce Stores. M ESSRS. DURHFIAM and IRWIN are prepared to receive wool, sheepslkins, tallow, hides, &c., for sale by auction or privately, at their Produce Stores, Circular Quoy, Sydney. I.ihberal ailvnnces madle on wool, shccpskhins, tallow, and hides consigned to them for sale or shipment. Circular Quay. Sydney. 116 TO SMIOKBERS. B ARRETT'S TWIST, genuine. sound, and war rannlted. Best American IIONEYDEW, 6s. per Ib. PIPES. in meerschaum, wood, clay, &o., from ad. to El cecli. 3rom d At M. DE BARR'S. DIXSON'S TWIST NEGROaIS3AfD. I TIE dlemand for the above celebrated tobacco Shaving hitherto been so great that the manu fnelercr could not supply above half of the applica lions, whereby many, being unahblo to procure it, were compelled to suhstitoulo inrf...

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