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

TO CORESPI'ONDIENTS. tlentlon to the follooino roles uth prrent diap~pointt nmt:-- Tcr do not undertaheo to inalrrt letters which re tnaccoopneltd byI /l anssurane thaIt copitt hkve not bren setlt to other p?aers.--l|e canolt return relaetrd corl lutnltcatulos,--Ihite# williU to wanhe ordinarl cor rectitons, tee mtut orn(t letters which reqtireO re-errltig tot fit thsem for plbllcntlion.-h- nlot inmrediate lpubtlicitU ,ey e desiredl, commlnlcations olught to reach a by, noon on the Jlollrlua and Thluredalls prerecding ptblle ltiona.-ct.- e wrsteal Icntery cast te furoishhed nith the wrlier's one.e and ,hldreos--not for pbolic?tll, but ao a g~uranetce of i oodfith.

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And Chronicle, The
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ANONYMOUS JOURNALISM. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 18 June 1864

Azeowrous Jovanzie sac.-The question ever seeking solution, and finding none, as to whether the leaders of public opinion, through the press, should be known or un known, has lately been broughtintounusual prominence by the Cobden controversy. Much of what has been urged by the great freetrader appears to us undeniable. If men signed their own names to leading articles, those articles would have less public weight. Omne ignotooU pro mannlfco, and Mfr. Jones, of Thaives Inn, may be set down by thie reverent reader as somebody in Downing street. The rose of journalism would un doubtedly smnell less sweet if it bore a nine. It is very well to say that the strength of a leader lies in its truth and wisdom, and thant whether a signature be added or not is of no consequence; bet Jones, of Thaives Inn, would be totally unable to put New York into a fury, or give Rlichmond hope, if he puts his name to his political lucubrations; and, still more, his address. WVe wonder M r. Cobden does not ...

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

ITALY. A popular mooting had boon hold at Naples, when an address of thanks to the English people for the reception given to Genoral Garibaldi was voted, and also an addross of sympathy with Hungary. The address was presented to the English consul at Naples. The Papal government is said to ]have como to a successful arrangement with a Belgian firm for a loan of nine millions of scudi.

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

SOOULtOFN WtIIOLt3ALE 1RItRO CURItIINT. WheaL, So, to to. 40 husboo; mrkett fuctuntln3. Flor, ineo, £2.6 ' ton ; ., -ol. £25 Pollard. ts. 4d. l buslooo; or i. hy the hte ton. Tran, It. 4d. l huehel; or .. by the bolt ton. Bread, 6'4d l12-fle. loaf. Mteetn, 4o. to 5t. ter bushel. itnrelo. English ,2s. Cd to 4a it beutlet; Cape, 2.. &L Oato, i.s. Od. . Cd u st thenelt Sev, £3 10. to .£4 5 ton. intter, frneh, Sd. to Sd. $ it.; gatt, Gd. O~esw, deL lb b. ltoaon, Sd. to Odi. lb. * Eggs, Is. 3d. to lt. Get if dozen. Pocntoto. 3a. b ewt. Onfoeu, 10, to bIt. l on . . . lc otttt, prime, lfoom £3 10r. t d m oeum p£ teto £3. Slheeojelitt.tto o5. 40 heod. Ptoi, let. to Gd. 40 le. Beef (reeoll), 3d. to Cd. if Sb. M13ton (rtetl), 4d. i lb. TFllot,. £40 to £34 lb toe. Sidlr, 5o to St cach. .';llatpn. oI.; ohsted 7d. 5 lb. O..rrcntoc to-nSydncyto Goulhurn,£5ttoL£: Ooulbtoetto Sydney, £3 to £3 ISo.; toulolbrn to Letnblne Flbt, £4; oolblburn to Adoloud, .£0; Joulburn to Tumut, £C; (;oolheurn ...

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

IIUSSIA. In a battlo betwvoon the Oircassinns and theo Russians on the 1st April, the former loJst 2000 and the latter 1600 men. The Cirenssinns are now negotiating with the Turlish government for permission to settle in Turkey. All tile foreign officers who assisted the Circassians ]had oscaped safely to Trapozund. The Port had sent five steamoers to convey them to Sinopo, Sansum, and Varna.

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

C OMMEIAo CIAL. •JIi"OUDUItIl, Fridoy enaning. Owxna to:.tho lInteloods no produre has anrrlad fiom tile ouontry during· the past noek, and all prieos may be ron slilonl nominal, though, as no otLanI change oha occurred, wnn qtuoto lesamonanslot weeok. Tie first lots tohand may om. aland itght advance;'but this 'I not likoly to bo main taline. • ingo Is noo I nonseqenoce of tile slate of the roads carrnlog Is now somnlallng bIlghor than beforo the rain sot in. Wieslann F'ooa`-At Conolly's Mll-:?Fine flour, £28 nor ton" oonds, £20; I loos thaln haif-ton, is. per 1001b. ontra. ollrd,niam bran, Is. did, per busln retail, and Is. nor hustleho olmloon. inMnrket atili unsottold. Wheat, Os, to o. r buobeo--he Inlattr prni ofor ht samples,. At 12Enoanuel Ollt:--FLno float, £28 por ton; seonads, £20; If lss than hlinf ton, s. per 1001b. xtrla; wheat, 8s. tb os. per kushel; bhea nod nlnod iu toUalittles o inif-n. Ion, Is. per lIiohlel; .les, Is. 4dd. Aucalonienl' R?lnro "is.-lltvsv.. lilgnam ...

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

AMERICA. WVo have nows from Now York to tho ovening of the 14th of April. Although there is nothing of great importanco in thie military intolligenco, it is evident that both bolligoronts are proparing for vigorous action.

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

MEXICO. The Emperor of Mexico arrived at Rome on April 18. eis reception was brilliant. An immense crowd was assembled at tihe railway station. The French regimental bands performed as he passed through tlhe stroots. After a stay of some days he and the ompress departed for oMexico.

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THE GRACE DARLING. To the Editor of the Herald and Chronicle [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 18 June 1864

THE QRAOE DARnLING. T tha i lltor of tlh erald and Cronal . t Sm?-It must afford you, as well as others, . to learn that you are mistaken in supposi the oars boeen with thu boat, 3Ir. Thomas we beeoon on the spot long buforu the men diusap 'I When Mr. Thomas came to me for the b Sunday morning, he did not lose a minuto i i ing off to Mr. Zouclh for his oars, wlho I a: to do so. Scarcely twenty minotcs ·oo olapsed before ho returnoed; in thio mean boat was takon out of the pond, builed ou' on the frame, and brought round to ttle roa procured, harnoessed, and plut to. Buino morning, a horase was not to bo had in a me Had the oara boon with the boat, not i minutes could ihave beon tsaved; und as i i that snore than that tiou had lapseod bincu woro last neoon through an opr.glunrl I i arrival of thu boat, you will obaervo it wr boon imponalblu to lave roUihod thmo li ti had the boat arrived teo minuttit noonior. -rI. T'hLnotu'u uxortiotls wore Inut pr , No masll oubtl lavo dotllt Iorar ...

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MAIL COMMUNICATION NOW A TWELVE YEARS AGO. To the Editor of the Herald and Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 18 June 1864

MAIL COMMI?UNICATION NOW A" TWELVE YEARS AGO. To the tlitor of the IHerald and Chlrdonin. St,--In the excellent report of the flood whi poured in the last issue of yoor valuable pa ind it stated that tile mail for Braidwood wr patchod fronm Goulburn, but that at Inveraloc water woeas very high, and the bridgeo in a dan statoe, so that the coachman had to return. MHaving borrowed your file of papers foi with the view of aecortaining the height attlot the flood waters in that year, I found the foil which will show how obstaclcs of thi, could be overcome twelve years ago:- On eWedneedny wreek the mall from Oraldwood townsIp onhoorsebaek. Our ol dydyndy malttfrieedr Elllott, ceonryed It. In endrovourteg to reusm the rr bounds tIo townshdp on one sldo, tie hold rider wee f earrirk under meter by tbe fore el the stream, lie e Filueteda rossing nodr.ateoeron ched the Sheath' Atr. Ityrie's form. 'he stream wee running mounes, ncd three unsuccessful attempts ,yrn made to :, Friday and Saturd...

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THE DISASTER AT MINMI. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 18 June 1864

TIIE DISASTER AT I MINLI. (Fro#; the ,.?wchtlle Chronicle.) Tun calamnity which bofol tho colliory at Minmi on the 3rd intauut, nod of which we gavo a brief no count in our last, has proved quite us di~sutrous ns was thoeu Ipprehendoed. We are now ill pouossion of furthlor iparlcultrs from a correpoptdlett, ee to the cunE and a nteitter ao theo cattstrophol. The desctlriptiol givell of the whole ecuen ontt ut flurlul night is truly )hrrowiig. TIhe wild wind roured aogin througlh the hills tiet velluyg of this blulk leculity, the ruin oll theu while pouring dowl in toIreultl WItllllout intornlsaaeon. Itut low i'ers In I Slitllll darued to rletire to restl Ot thatt awfll tiglht, ulec1h olt Oeetlitttg po?esauel with the vsuo ar of toltlllolllg uW ni hullulll ng b tolly ullt Ito hppelll, Up' to two o'clolck it the lttort nlg tlhe tlltuli crool1k01 ?t?ol r'lsillt rplhily, titl at 3Ith little hIad lIo, l Iwouly)-olloe lout elsove ls o'?trliiry lovol. tiitis dlru tca?tllllloel 'orlellrll o...

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THE WEATHER AND THE FLOODS. (From Tuesday's S. M. Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 18 June 1864

STIIE WEATHER AND TI?E FLOODS. I From Tund'a's S. Mr. Herald.) i'tnotion the rain has consideranbly ablated since day : ght yesterday morning, the gaile continued tiroughout the day with almost unabatedr fury, uliming from the sooth-cenaLt. About o'clock, a.m, nno nl shone brightly for a daort time, anid appeared it ilntervals drinlg the day. Tile wind was not cold, lnd the rapidity. with which it acted upon tioe reets in drying them up was very nolic?able. The 'oods at. Parrnmatta, and "Windsor, and Penrith, are I lid to be very great, particulars of which will be iand below. SThe damago to the railways does not appeaonr to a vo beao so serious as was at first reported, nor to o of a permanent character; but now that the lines ,Picton iand Pencrith are tile principal means of m;munoicmatol n Ietween Sydney aid tle Southern 'lid Western districts, the stoppage of oven a sietle nin causes a great deal of inconvensience. 'Theo .eostcrn line, which was inijuried only at thle lp ioichae...

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

TARLO. From oer corespondent.) FLoon.--Rain docendodl in torrents, with but littai intormission, from three o'clock on Friday afternoon until cix o'clock on Sunday evening, accompanied with fearful guotl of wind. All the low lands art Iloodod, the river having attainod its groeatest hoighl for the last twelvo years. For half-a-mile from tlu hank of the river, close to the school-holseo, was one vast, broad, roaring torrent. From partial informa. tion.which reachoed me this morning, I fear that til oettlers on the 'ldw lands will have suffered hoav) losacs, us I hoar that funces and produce have hoeor owept away. Thoe mailo for 3lyrtlcvillo and Taralga which roeached hero on Saturday, could not bo for warded. A favorabllo change tookl pl:arco at tcr o'clockl last night. As soon as communicafion is ro' established, I will forward further particulars. 13th Juno.

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SYDNEY SUMMARY. THURSDAY afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 18 June 1864

SYDNEY SUIMMARY. Tiu?iuisnAY aftornoon. Tri principal talk lhero is of the weathor, thIle floods, aid the disasters at sea; for particulars of which co Sydney and other papers. A romour has been current d(ring the last few days that the ministry intend to abiolishi the igovcrn mont printing onic, and got the work done by con tract. Thoro is however no more ground for this report than for the linidrodt and one others reospoet ing "what the ministry will do," that have recently boon circulated. The abandonment of the Prince Consort is likeoly to be a plum for the lawyors. It appoears that when the Hunter arrivedl with tihe crow, the news that the ovessel was a dirolict and Ihlr position soon spread about the town. During the night the steam collier \Veoniora on business bhent, loft the port ostonsitly with cdals for the Balclutha, but her owners having an eye to chances, quietly slipped two men on board the Prince Consort as slhe lay at her anchors down the coast, and whenn the k{ombl...

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

IRELAND. A fire has taken place at the Alpothecaries' hall in Dublin. The loss is estimated at £15,000. On Mlarch 25, Mr. Rody Kickham, of oullinahone, a supposed Fenian, was brought beforo the magistrates at Cnrrick on-Suir. He is a young stalwart Tipporary man, a descendant of one of the old Crom Mellian settlers in the Golden Valo, and 5aomsto have inherited the pluclk anld stern determination of hIis Saxon ancestor. IIo occupies a respectable position in society as a commercial traceoller, has often presided at Popular public meetings, is good-looking and off-handed, speaks out boldly and well, and has long been looked upon by the country people as a leader. He has beeoon confined in Clonmol jail from the 18th, and was con Veyed thonc to Carrick by train, under a large osoort of constabulary. WVhon he oreached Carrick an imumonse orowd weore assembled to groeet him, and much sympathy -especially with the wonon, with whom he is an universal favoarite-was expressed for his. IIo wa...

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

' . ' ASS. * ' " (Promn our correspondent.) I s?rT tho following further particulars of * quarter-sessions to the tolograph-ollico on Tue : hut it was not forwarded to you:--BMary Almos: stoaling from a dwelling at Iurrangong, . months in Yas ialil; Aluxander Gibson, obtain;' money undor falso protences at Burrown; threo ': on the roads; John Walsh, lBrcony at Burran two years.in Burrimajail;: John Munro, lurcon : Burrangong, six months in Yass jail. I havo'now only time to add,':in' manner oqli; brief, the result of Wednesday's .trials, as follow William: Randall, horoe-stoaling at Binalong,.1 years in Goulburn'jail; Tang Yo, stealing mon; Young, eight months in Yms ojail; Patrick Sti. horse-stealing at Burrowa River, acquitted by ' tion of thoe judge; Oolin Gilmoro, horseostealinr Burrangong, fivo.years on the roads; Maryl Miller and Margaret Millor, horso-stealing at ringnllon, postponed till next sessions; John i. noy, cattle-stealing atJerrabang, acquitted; W ,. Fogg, junior, m...

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

MIEXICO. The Archduke Maximilian formally re ceived the Mexican deputation, and finally accepted the Mexican crown, on April 10, at liramar. In the speech which he de livered the new emperor announced thllat he was convinced that the resolution of the Mexican Notables had been confirmed by an overruling majority of the inhabitants of that country. He asserted that the inde pendence and welfare of Mexico should be placed on a firm basis, and that the confi dence reposed in him would not be mis placed. He added, that he intended to de part almost immediately for Mexico, calling, however, at Rome on his way, to receive the blessing of the Holy Father. He has since been to Rome, received the blessing, and taken his departure. The family agreement entered into be tween the Emperor of Austria and the Emperor Maximilian will be communicated to both House of the Reichsrath. The Em peror Maximilian's renunciation for himself and his heirs of the right of succession to tihe Austrian throne do...

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SUTTON FOREST. MONDAY, 13th June. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 18 June 1864

SUTTON FOIReST. (From our correspondeInt.) MIONDOY, 13(LhI Juno. too the lost four or fivo days there Ihas bon hoar,. and incessant rain, accompanied by strong S.i winds. Communication with Berrima and Boni Bong is almost imposniblo, on account of the dan ,goroa state of the croIcks; to somo-I ouppos th inoxperienced-in quite impossiblo, as was witneaso on Sunday afternuoon: a person named Wurchure attomptud to cross the creolek near the church, whol both he andt the horso hle was riding wore rolle over by. the forceof the current, the horse got out once, but the rider was washed against the feone that lines the road, with tihe help of which he ale am0o asslorn, none the worose for his ducking. No mail loft hero on Saturday, nor did the Sydno mail come to hand to-day. The railway works aro at a stand-still, and biy th appouranco of the weather, are likely to remain ac. they are however beginning to present a Fovourab. ispcct. Inm told thut four or five months of ri woeathor would ie...

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

DENMARK. The king had issued a proclamation to the army in which he says:-" The suffer ings and losses of the last few days will not be in vain; they will bear fruits in this strugglo against violence and injustice, a strugglo whoso aim is th exoistence and independence of our country." Upon the occasion of the king's birthday the inhabitants of the town of Horsons, in Jutland, forwarded an address of congratula tion to his majesty, requesting him to por sovero in tihe struggle, and declaring they will willingly bear the burdons of t~he war.

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE.—THE WAR IN SCHLESWIG. Tuesday, April 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 18 June 1864

LATEST INTELLIJGENOE.--TIIE WARl IN SIILESWIOG. Tuesday, April 26. AT present tho remains of what was the DIanish army in Schleoswig are in thlo Island of Alson, whelro they will endeavor to make a stand at tile works which tlhey are said to ]have been preparing. Should the war con tinue, there can certainly be no doubt as to thile fate of theoir army. Tie allied forces will be sooner or later able to cross the Sound, and compol a retreat to the Danish ships, or a capitulation. But time is neces sary for such a design. Tie following account of the fall of Diip pcl, from an oyo-witness in the Danilsh camp, was received in Copenhagon on April 10: Diipplol lhas fialleln! Before I quitted Alsen yesterday evening tlhe great event, which all must have beeoon long since pro pared to expcct, hlad talkeon place. During the night of the 17th to the following day tile bombardment had boon carried on with greater vlehemence than ilad proviouslyboeen Iknown, anld our works, already little better...

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