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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE SYDNEY, Tuesday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 6 July 1864

IBLEGRAPHIjC JNTIELLIGENCJ? [FoMl 'oult COIKRSi'ONDL)NTS.R ; " SYDNEY, Tuosdny nilght. ) Alvicos from California have rondered broadstunfh uneasy and highor rotos are in consequence boing asked. From Now ' Zealand:wd lIarn that fresh diggings have boon discovered at,0tago. In Quoodneland the Gladstone diggings are attract ing considerable attention.

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And Chronicle, The
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CLAIRVOYANCE EXTRAORDINARY. To the Editor of the Herald and Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 6 July 1864

CLAIRVOYANoCE EXTRAORDINARY. To t?he Editor of the Herald and OCaroule.. .la. EU Toi?,-A friend of mino, who has for somo tiio phast been' constantly boasting oflite clairvoyart powers, happened to drop into my office tho othe day as I woa speculating on tho probablo moves on the ministorial checs-board. Now, t bo a chance of testing thie so-cnlld ci i (or whatever you may terlm it) ofclairvoyanc or lrving told himo of my s copticism respecting V fhvorito thbory, ho roqacustod ma to tost ti que" o aiid seated himself in a comforlable nrm-qehair must not, howover, initiate your renders into tllr. inf?'torios of this bronch of the blocek arIt, or fnro to stato socrets, love rs' ilto-d-tts, or, in fact r of any kind. Sullico it to say that whilo un1,r ti1 inlluenco I loarned that the ministor for lahndo w then pointing out that a largo tract of bock eonr inotheo teiiatting diitriots, w\hich at prcsont ConIihl nothing but arid plains, might be made available t, pastoral purposes b sinlm...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 6 July 1864

8encers, TTAN LIED nt Arthurolnish.to put ip LOG AND V DEIAl) WOOD IENCING. 111 . ALT;X. REID. Wanted, E ISPECTAIIL, IBP ALTE 0a Ilougemaid. . Apply to lhs. JONESI', Royal HIotel. July Islt, 1864,1 1197 To Shepherds. W'TANTED, a' M1ARRIED' MAN, to lshnphlerd "and Wvath a flock of sheop. Apply iniu mediatply to IT. S..COOPER. 1207 Willeroo, Lako Goorgo. Stolen, : . , nRO3 theo Colloector: mail, on Tuesday, 28th, L- Juuno, a chlquo for £5, drawn by ]i. Roblinsot for Donominational School Board.,on ]lank of Now South' Wales, in favor of Miro. Belford. All persons aro,coautiotned againlst negoiatintg tlhe said ctheque, pay~nent of. lilh hoas boeen topped. ;1200 ~ak ~. :udiin. S Preliminary Notice. .. FARMS AT MIUMMIELL. P. DIGNAM AND CO. HIave receivedl instructions to sell by public auction At their Rooms, Auburn-street, ON AN EAILY DATE, T1 E UNSOLD LOTS OF 1MU1VUIV--ELL ESTATE, particulurs of whichl will shortly ho given. 02944 This Day and Friday Next. REGULAR SALES. P. DIGNAM AND C...

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LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 6 July 1864

LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. VorLuNTnIn F?nr? lIlOADE.-- Th?lo qllarterly moot ing of tho members of the Goulburn Voluntcor Firo ltrigado was hold on Ionlay evenoing. One now nmember was allotid for and elected; lMossrs. WV. D)avies anId S. Emonnuol, jor., VOwero olected trustces; and arranlomlo nts woro nmade for canvamssing tho city for subsncriptions. Some conversation took placo as to the very diflerent spirit evinced by the insuranco companies towards Maitland, where the people have no engine and no brigade, and towards Goolburn; but no action was taoken in the mnatter. A MusasIeALIT" roan GoLnvauT. - To-morrow ovoning, at seven o'clock, a moeeting is to be hold in the court-houso for the purpose of 'considering whe thor or not it is desirablo to have a municipulity in Goulburn. The meeting is to bo open to those who may bo opposed to, as well as thoseO who are in favor of, the movement ELr.rto.*loLoov.-P-rofeSoOr BIushell, tin well known eleotro-biologist, will give ontortainments to...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 6 July 1864

TO Of1IeI)Sl')YDRN1R.~: Altenifon to 17,0 folloncIno tolto torlli 7O01ra0V dltim)gofltl We t-llro otoo onlrll t~ Itolotot IlatotA toO into re oooco~,npooedboooeooo n ro~n tirn te)~o*Oot 001a te brtl *100 0 lotf~lr pelpttor- lit enontoof Ornttn r/rnoted ,N sl,nnufelotton-ItIlebl nOO1((o0 O tok tn rltln 01 Oto l teetlonas, toO ,,,not n)1nlt kttoro n to tqt Irtolr r-,onlrtin 00 fit toft,, foo polbllntlonl- litn Ito ot,o~nlhtto totellnltlio not One orhlotd, o a lonorlinnlet l nolnOih to toonOh too tlo l notn tLo ntloanolntpotno Ttoootrnloye ~tooonaingl )ollnollnttlno.- Iln itttollt t oteto 10000 0ollftotolotonbtll I torlocwrlhot'entono totol tortottoee-tool for joooOl colloto, Out( teto g p~onoorI of floe0orllOll.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 6 July 1864

USTRALASA lN 1IREEMASONS' IIAT.L IIOTEL, lgl, York-street, Sydney: ALFREDI) UItII)F(I 1D, proprietor. FIlST-CLASS ACC(.)IMMIODATION for gentleo ren. Privato fimnilies will at tlis hotel find the com ,rls of a Ilome. 1712 Produce Stores. ESSRS. DURIIAM and IRWIN are prepared P to receive wool, sheepskins, tallow, hides, &c., for Ealo by nuction or privately, at their Produce Stereo, Circolor Quay, Sydney. tiherl advances mand on eool, sheepshins, tallow, nnd hides consigned to them for sale or shipment. Circular Quay, Sydiney. 11 TO slOEKERS. BARRETT'S TWIST, genuine. sound, and war routed. Best American IHONEYDEW, 6s, per t. PIPES, in meerchatum, wood, clay, &e., from 3d. to £1 each. ;tt1 At IT. DE BARR'S. DIXSO0N'S TWIST pTf GB.ORR7A D. fIIE demannt for the above celebrated tobacco I having hitherto been so great that the manu facturer could not supply above half of the applica tions, lwhereby many, being unable to procure it, were compelled to substituto inferior a...

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CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 6 July 1864

WH.IOMESItAY ..... lly'O S 10' 4 3. 2 TIIKIILIIAY .···.;. 7, 7 10. 4 7, .3 3'l LI)AY.Y 0 730 47,3 4

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TO SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 6 July 1864

TO SIflNc2IuI1e?1s. In ordcr fonre joa~lngm 1n intenld to nroo, 0 plan n·de,, Ia ofroodp/pnanodm bje racorni oohear t~nqcrrelrao. aeenoodedami Ito reclpl oj re,n(lgincar InI7, lLacolnt,,, Inaenld of bi, Cook, £2: On,na Tle. T. K~lodnwoly, Cedkolee, £1; Omenl

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 9 July 1864

THE GOULBURN HERALD Is the oldest established journal In thle southern districts of Noew South Wales, and for the last feu' years is incoreTed eci" culatloa has rendered it expedlent to print it by stean. TERMS : OP SUOSCRIPTIOu eight shillings and sixpence per quarter; eo seven shilliogs and eixpeueo if paid in adwnee--that is preli ous to tile commencement of tile quarter. Subscribers ant ohorged only from the time of oatering their names. Orders to dtseontioue the paper must be aoeompanoed by payment in fuol up to the end of the ocurrent quarter, or they woill not be attendled to. The regular quarters end on the 31st iaroh, 30th Tune, 30Ih September, and 31st Deember. Oe AOVst0I0SLO :- Advertisements are charged for. at the followang rates each insaertion :-For two tines of spaCe, L four ines, 2s.; six lines, 2s. 9d.; eight linoes, or one inethL 3; every additional inoh, l 3d. ; with a reduatlon of one.fourth for thirteen inserttos, and, of oao-third for twcntysiY insertions. :Ad...

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AUSTRIAN ETIQUETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 9 July 1864

AusTnaua ETIQUETTE.-Those very stiff necked swells, the Austrian nobility, have recently received a heavy rap upon their noble knuckles from no loss a personage than the Emperor Francis Joseph. At one of the court balls, a young officer of artillery, of plebeian birth, asked a lady of high rank to dance with him. All the lady's blue blood flushed into her face as she refused with marked disdain.- Poor young officer! For a moment he must have felt every inch a . democrat-the contempt of a woman is hard to bear. The Emperor, who had seen the insult offered to.his guest and his uni form, came up and said, " Captain, my mother wishes to dance with you!" and a minute after the gunner was clasping the hand, and perhaps the waist of her Imperial IIighnessthe Archduchess Fredericka Sophia Dorothea Wilhelmina, mother of his Im perial Majesty Francis Joseph, Emperor of Austria.-Illustrated Times. Why should marriage be said to be a ten der tie, when it is so confounded tough that nothing but ...

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ELEANOR'S VICTORY. CHAPTER XXXV. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 9 July 1864

ELEANOR'S VICTORY. l'Y Tile AUTIIOIR OF LADY AUDLLY'B SEtItIET, &e. CHAPTER XX"XV. "YES," repeated Richard Thornton, "I have reason to believe that the will witnessed by your husband is a very unpleasant piece of literantre in the e-timation of Launcelot Dar roll, for I fancy that it gives a death-blow to all his expectations, and leaves him without even the meagre consolation of that.solitary shilling which is usually inherited by unhappy elder sons" " But tell me why you think tbis,'Richard." "I will, my dear Mrs. Monckton. The story is rather a long one, but I think I can tell it in a quarter of an hobur. Can you dress for dinner in the other quarter?" "Oh, yes, yes! " What a nuisance civilisation is, Nelly. We never dressed for dinner in the Pilasters; indeed, the faihion amongst the lending fitnilies in that locality leans rather the other way. The gentlemen in the cab and chimney line generally take off their coats when the mid-day meal is a:nnounced, in order to dine ...

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ABD-EL-KADER. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 9 July 1864

ABD-EL-KADER. (From the Iehim axhil. 1A Jurmphry Sandwith, OB., 1)..L.) "'Vuto will strike for Mahomed, the apostle of our God? who will strike a blow for our religion ?" cried a loud voice, and then arose from the crowd that voice I know too well the tones of which made ne slhudder, as if a demon had spoken-the voice of Osman, of Abdullah the dervish, and the words rang in my cars. " Moslems of D)amascus, the firmoan has come-the firnian of the Pat dishlh; strike for our religion-strike for Mahomned, the ipostle of God ! The Christians are delivered into your hands itas a spoil; strike ! kill! slay! dash the ser pent's brood against the stones I Kill, kill the unbolievers! take the goods, take the jewels, and the silver and gold! deck your wives with the silks and the fine linen. 0 faithful ! why do you wait? follow me ! " " Deon, deon ? Our religion commands us ! the time of slaughter has come ! the sun of slaughter has arisen ! " Such wore the cries which arose at once throughout...

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THE BUNYIP CAUGHT AT LAST. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 9 July 1864

Til., UNI re CavanUT T I;LAST.-" The traditions about the oxiistenco of the bunyip havo boon revived during the last few days," saiys the Ovons Constitution of the oth inst., "by thie capture ' nll alive 0!' of a curious animal on the Murray, by a fishorman at Pochelba. It is about throe foot long, ap lroently : not fill grown, and seems to be a species of fresh-wator soal. Tile residents about Ltoe Moodomoro are constantly hoear ing strango cries resembling those of a seal, and it is oven issorted that one of these so called bunyips has boon seeoon 'lying on the bank of the lake, but that it paddled into the water before a near view could be ob tained. The lake is so overgrown with woods, that a shy animal like a seal could easily find. shelter there, without much chlnco of being observed." FIRES IN BEED-Rn00 .-M--ost people, even many intolligont reformers, have the idea that to sloop in a cold room is good-esson tial to health. It is an error. It is better to have an open tire in...

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MR. SAXBY AND THE WEATHER. (Communicated to the S. M. Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 9 July 1864

MR. SAXBY AND THE WEATHER. (Coannmicated to the S. Lt. Herald.) " I PnoPrnsnrD it, though I told it to nobody," says Cobden in the Rejected Addresses. If Mr. Saxby had followed this golden example his reputation might have been preserved whole. Until some of his predictions were published in this journal, a great uncertainty prevailed iin this city as to the nature of his 'system, so that we were obliged to listen.to statements of the marvellous nianner in which his prognostications were being fulfilled with a dumb and dissatisfied acquiescence, inwardly muttering ". O, that mine adversary had written a book!" Now that our wishes aro fulfilled, we feel sensibly relieved. It is obvious that the my importance which had gathered aroutn thu name of Saxby is gone, in spite of the ie thn with which some of his adherenits cling t their delusions. In a letter published in tis journal on the 20th instant, it is remar that nMr. Saxby's predictions have beenrke far wonderfully fulfilled.? With...

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OUR LEGISLATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 9 July 1864

OUR LEGISLATION. (From hie WIestern .Eramincr) Mn. Mo FAuat?xn recently delivered a ]ec turo in Sydneoy on the subject of Legislation. From official position, experience, and legal training, his opinions are entitled to con sidoration.. The learned gentleman's object appears to have beeoon an oxposure of the slovenly, patchwork system of law-making that has obtained in the colony ever since its foundation. Many of the laws on the colonial statute book, formed in a rash and inconsiderate manner, are repugnant to the spirit of imperial lawv, and antagonistic in some respects to other colonial laws. .The first Logislative Chainbor 'conforred upon the colony camo into xistonceo in the year 1821. The number of statutes enacted, from thati timeo to the close of last session (a period of 40 years) was 910, of which 8 woro disdl lowed by the crown.. Of so many as had been passed before thelyear 1862, a collec tion has been maded and published in four. largo volumes, comprising 31448 pages. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 9 July 1864

THOMAS DAWSON, Stock, Station, and Produce Agent, TS prepared to receive, for Sale by Public Auction, Live Stock and Colonial I'roduce. g- " Prompt remittances guaranteed. Sale Days: THURSDAYS and FRIDAYS, AT TRIE DEPOT, Oppositb the Railway Station, SYDNEY. Ofices-Opposite the Commercial Bank, Sydney. All consignments removed on arrival to the Depot free of charge. 606 BURT AND CO., HORSE AND CARRIAGE BAZAAR, PITT & CASTLEIREAIII STREETS, SYDNEY, Auctioneers & General Agents BOR TIHE SALE OR PrRCrnASE OF LIVE STOCK, By public or private contract. R EGULAR SALES by Auction every MONDAY, WEDNESI)AY, and FRIDAY, at 11 o'clock. UNBROKEN STOCK sold at the Camperdown Sale Yards, IMPORTERS of English Carriages, Saddlery, and Harness. AMERICAN CARRIAGES, Ruggles, Express W\Vagons of all descriptions, with harness, &c., always on Iand. Also. sole agents in the Australian colonies for the sale of Thorley's celebrated Cattle Food Condiment. THORLEY'S FOOD FOR CATTLE, F...

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SLAVERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 9 July 1864

SLAVERY. (From Oshe Observer.) "Tn E Horrors of the Virginia Slave Trade and of Slave rearing Planitations: the' truo story of Dinall, an escaped Virginian Slavo, now in London," by John Hawkins Simpson, printed by A. W. Bennett, Bishopsgate street, is the title of a little.book:just' pub; lishod, towhioh'too large a share of. the at tontion of the conimunity cannot be directed at this moment. This work furnishes ex tracts from the laws of the slavo-holding states, and from tirhe decisions of their tri bunals, which suffice to show that for the slaves there is no protection, oither by law or by public opinion, from the larbarities of their masters. Since the abolition of the African slave trade, the Border States have thriven by roaring slaves for exportation to the Southern plantastions. The numbeor of slaves so exported between the years 18,10 and 1850 amounted to 235,000, being at the rate of 23,000 a year. Taking the exported slaves at 700 dollars each, their value would be £3,2...

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RICA.—PROGRESS OF THE CIVIL WAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 9 July 1864

I:iA.-1 PIIOGCIItVSS OF TIIE CIVIL • . WAR. on0 indobted to Cptnin Jowel, of tho t Amateur, for San F1rancisco papers . 25th of April. i tolegraphic news folnom Wasnihi gton Slobw York, via CCaliforina, comes down n.23rd, beiing nino days' later than our SIdvices by the English mail. veiting to the aspect of affairs, in rela o the ippiroaching.strugglo in Virginia Slwhlich the contending parties woro 'ering their forces-tho Evouing l]ulletin . 23rd remarks: s ry naturally the loyal pcoplo of the Sgrow norvous as the crisis approaches. o expect to hoar soon the crapsh of con ig armies. More than over beforeo, since i tar began, the fito of the Confederacy tIhe prospects of peace seem to hang on issue of tihe next great battle. It is ng the possibilities that the collision nmay e and pass, and neither party be ftially ';.ted by it. Should the armies of Grant Loo, Thomas and Johnston meeoot and - result be no victory for the Union, while ould. produce groat political commotion perhaps,...

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AMONG PIRATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 9 July 1864

AMONG PIRATES. (From All the Year Round) MY friend Michael Anderson, late car ponter of that ill-fated barque the Flowery Land, is a man of few words. These being, for the most part, Norwegian, he has a certain difficulty in making his sentiments clearly intelligible to the British mind, and this difficulty is enhanced by the effect pro duced upon the poor fellow's nervous system, both by the murderous scenes he has wit nessed, and his subsequent compulsory associ ation of three weeks with the piratical gang who had murdered the captain and others, and seized the ship. Nevertheless, in the course of an hour's visit he lately paid me, with reference to obtaining a passage back to Christiansaud, Michael related enough to make his experience worth recording in the " story of our lives from year to year." It is no exaggeration to say that, for the whole period I have mentioned-three weeks -the man's life hung upon a hair. In his condensed evidence given at the recent trial. Andersen sta...

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To the Editor of the Herald and Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 9 July 1864

} To the 1cdltor of tio lernald anl Chronicle. -,?I wish to answer a quoation put by your 1undaroo corrosponlont in your last. issuc. 11 ys, " it appoars, according to the 1orald, that the n lday and Monday nights' mail wont togother," Stheo question heo wishos to nob is, what was the i~son P And ho says " tho rivor is no oxcuso, as it o'a perfootly crossablo on Sunday, &c." In the rat pilce, 1 wish to toll him there are no such mnilr sO Sunday and Monday nighlts' mails existing from ~undltaroo to Goulburn. Ieo must know th Imails ro convoyed fromt Guendaroo to Goulburn on Mon sIya and lTucadays.h 1io sitys also the river was no xcute. I can tell himt if it is not an excuse for him is an excuse for me; and I can tell him I onc not oong to drown myself, and run the chanco of losing ho mail-bags in floods, to suit his opinions. Any lesoations he chooses to ask nme I will answor, if he ios his name with the name of the river that Ihe as was ocroosablo, and at what hour it was c...

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