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

MIEXICO. Semi-official news received from Saltillo, the present seat of the National Government of the Mexican Republic, dated the 22nd of March, states that Vidauri's treason was con firmed. Vidaurri had 2500 men at Monterey. General Doblado was marching with his forces from Saltillo to give him battle. General Palloni is on his way firom Durango, at the head of a brigade, with the same object. The inhabitants of Nueva Leon and Coa baila acknowledged President Juarez's au thority, and were raising large forces to subdue Vidaurri's rebellion. When that is accompllished, the Mexican government will have about 10,000 men ready to march upon San Luis Potosi and capture that city. General Diaz had 8000 men perfectly well organised under his command. The French thought the force of such importance that General B3zaine is going in pcirson. The French have been driven from the States of Chinpas and T'lucolm, as well as fiom the Isthmus of ''ehluantepec. Oolina has been occupied by General ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And Chronicle, The
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To the Editor of the Herald and Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 9 July 1864

To th idtor of the Herald and Chrmocle. Stn,-In your published account of the late flood at Goulburn, you made honorablo mention of Thomas, Davis,'and Sheppard, who very lanudably exerted themselves in dolivoring the porsons dangerously circumstanced. A committuo was formed, forty pounds were colleoted, and after several meotings had been held, a decision was arrivod.at ofanplil?iiig that amount to the piirchase of a pioco of plato, &u, to be presented to Thomas and Shoppard. Tho nano of Davis seoems to have passed off with the waters of oblivion, as it doea not ppoear in aniy sub sequent report of the committe referred to. MIorgun Davis was in the employ.. of Mlr. Thomas at tha time;, but would it' be just to infer fromn the circumstance that he wdui threbhy bound to enlist iln overy dangerous enterpriso for the roliefofolthers P No ; he was evidently promplted by feelings of humanity ; and why his namn should be passed over in the distribution of the money publicly collect...

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

CALIFORNIA. Our advices from San Francisco are to the 25th April. The Evening Bulletin of that date, noticing the development in the State of California of the railroad system, says:--Without precon cert, so' far as the public is concerned, and certainly without much co-operation, there is gradually growing up in California a compre hensive railroad system, adapted to the wants of all that part of the State lying north of San Jose, and whose completion must have a most important bearing upon our material in ierests. First in importance, since it promises the earliest railway communication with the eastern slope, and to connect us with the iron track across the plains, is the Central Pacific Railroad, which already pierces the foothills, and is going steadily onward. As soon as the road is completed to Newcastle, the busi ness of carrying freight and passengers will be regularly commenced, and the stages will connect at that point for places further in the mountains. A contract is al...

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THE OFFICIAL BURGLAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 9 July 1864

TIlE OFFICIAL BIURULAR. (From the Empir•.l O.icn upon amorning dreary, pondering over figures weary, Casting up their lengthy columns, thinking it a horrid hore, Sat a man all stern of feature, when before his eyes a croaturo, With a crowhnr on his shoulder, stood before him on the floor, Dressed in finltian. Thus ho mutterod, " Iam come to nmake the door. Only that, sir; nothing more. " I'll break through the bricks and plaster, quick as any man, or faster I'll soon knock the hole through, master, Mistor S Aigur told me to," Said the man in fustian, throwing down his crowbar on thi'floor. But thl man of figures starting, at tho rash intrusion . smarting, Angry glances fiercely darting, cried-" Sir, leave mo, theoro's th door." With his index finger pointing, and a stamp upon the floor, " On your peril come no more." Lost his anger might grow stronger, hesitating then no longer, Cried the man in fustian, " Truly your forgiveness I imploro; uti tihe fact is, you woro napping, and you...

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

AUSTALASIATAN FREEMASONS' HALL HOTEL, 191, York-street, Sydney: ALFRED BRAPDFORD, proprietor. FIRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATION for gentle men. Private families will at this hotel find the comn forts of a home. 1712 Produce Stores. M ESSRS. DURIIlAM and IRWIN are prepared I to receive wool, sheepshins, tallow, hides, &c., for sale by nuction or privately, at their Produce Stores, Circular Quay, Sydney. Liberal advances made on wool, sheepskins, tallow, and hides consigned to them for sale or shipment. Circular Quay. Sydney. 116 DIXSON'S TWIST TNEGrROHEEAD._ TFlIlE demand for the above celebrated tobacco I having hitherto been so great tlan the manu facturer could not supply nabove half of the applican tions, whereby many, being unable to procure it, were compelled to substitute inferior and trashy tobaccoes, manufactured not only in the colony, but in the Northern States of America, he has now the pleasure of informing the public that by arrange ments made with Iis American agents h...

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SAXBY'S PREDICTIONS FOR 1864 AND 1865 [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 9 July 1864

SAXBY'S PREDICTIONS FOR 1864 AND 1865. AIroxeGS the now books received by this mail is one by Lieutenant Saxby, in defence of his weather system. The book is entitled " Saxby's Weather System, or Lunar In fluence on Weather." The " System" we will take an early occasion to notice at some length; meantime we present our readers with what Lieutenant Saxby, at the date of the publication of this work, terms his "yet unfulfilled predictions," extending from March, 1864, to December 1865, inclusive: List of days on which the weather may reasonably be suspected as liable to change, most probably towards high winds or lower temperature, being especially periods of atmospheric disturbance. 1864.-March 2nd-7th to 10th-14th 22nd-29th. N.B.-The 7th and 8th will be a very dangerous period, with probably a very full tide on the 10th. April 4th to Oth-lltlt-18th-25th. May 1st-th-15thli-22nd-57th. June 4th-12th-19th-29th. July 2nd-9th-1Gth-16 th- 25th. August 5th-13th-16th-25th. September .2nd-9th...

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SYDNEY SUMMARY. THURSDAY afternoon [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 9 July 1864

SYDNEY SUMMARY. TAlurasAY aftorni Qt AT the Criminal Sessions at Darlinghurst on. tiday after Gardiner's cases hrd been diti of as mentioned in my last, Jonathan .b. Robinson, charged with the abduction of Mary,' ?McCarthy, a girl of twelve yeaours of ago, was a ted; and Alfred Lewis pleaded guilty to "t.` chargeos of assault with intent to do grievous t d'r3 harm, and was remanded for sentence. o On Tueaday John Williams alias Crouch, EdI. -j Pyno, and James Harrison were charged wil:lt atult and robbery. Williams ploadoed gtiltfftty ti the others wore convicted. Sentence--Willit ' i., years ; the others'snven years on the roads. T'lt., Wrigt was convicted of an attempt at hostir and sentenced to live yours on the roads; M4". Undorwood and Iiclhard Wise, indicted for hig robbery, wore found guilty of larcony only, at ff mandedr for sentence. On Veodneoday James Brown, charged with [r: ,l ing a counterfeit half-crown, was sentenced to tvt' tI montht' hard labour in Parramatta jail. ...

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LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. MUNICIPALITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 9 July 1864

LOCAL IA,.ND PRO VI INAL. . MUJNIOIPALLTY. P ?UlsUA,.T to ,a roultiaiti ildressd. ' to thoe olic,' 1magistrate, a public meeting was hold in the court hoOuso oa Thursday evening; for, the, ?uirpbso of con eideriog the desrablility of. anplying for the ineoar paration of Goulburn: under, the present MIunici ,lities ft. Thoroawas a..good attooendanco, the hundrer ofe oa present being probably about a. hundred and fftyB. ... .-:__-.-_.?? _--.-- :. ?_?- _%_ =. · _ -.-._ Aftor somo littlo delay the police-magistrato opened tlie proceedings by explaining heo oltject thr which tihe meeting hld boon called, oad apologisiin for keeoigl the mcoting waiting in consetqueoeo of having jtst colno front ia joiurney. lie \wa always very anxious to incut the wisles of lthl clitzens, iild, thuofor o, lio had lt once called the imoting on Ire ceiving tlia requisition : but is hle lhold a very atriong oplinion with regard to lth line of condiut he ought to pursuo, particularly in Iheso miunliiiipal mat...

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

DEATh. AT Rockwell, ]tumowr, the wife of Joyn MOLONPY, ... late of-Rockwell, departed this lifo, Juno 27th, lea,, ving four children to deplore their lose, rid obhly daught6r of the widow O'DoSiLL, Gout burn, greatly respected by her friends and all who know her. . SATURDAY, JULY 9, 18604.

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

Tl) SU71SCI1IlS11S. In Odlcr to save potnagra wel ,1tod n ad'hapt a)lOln which I anbondy p*ar,.d by seealohe ap no.1, ack,anw1,'dqc Ithe receipt I rcanllftnwo in thIs cola,,n inshcd o/' by Icffrr. 1 00! 1000rc II0IEC10D trami Mr. U. Morross, Olloda, Pe. 8d. OALF7TDAR. IDnt" of tho Neck. Unv of on hu" Sun mt Aun.' BVD(IUUAY ............Tily o 7 10 4 19 .SUNI)AY . . 710 6 0 (1 A-1tN DAY . . . I 7 0 5, 1 7 TUESD1)AY .............: 12 7 0 5 2 8 -USIA I.(

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE SYDNEY, Friday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 9 July 1864

IELEGlIAPIJIC; INZELLIGEACE , I ?: OM 01113:o ul ooI?'ONDNTs. I 1, · " ,. "· SYDN~EY, Friday'y ight.' 33. O zooioi has proimised the r?ilwy depuitation that. th remainder of the railw?y,?works to.Gout, hurn sohall bo lot in one contract, andhhas stated that h? thinks,it:ipobablo that the linoe may b fnisheod in two or throo.yo?r:?: yo.r , Parliamdnt' is to ibeot for the dospatch of ,busoness nthb' 13th October next. The trial of Gardiner for wounding Trooper IIosio Was finished. to"ight.i .o loswasfounde guilty on the Oecond count of the inf6rma[ion-that of -wounding 'with initeiito do "giioeous bodily hoarm, Ho was themcsentenced tofiftecn yearshnard labor on the roads for this otoenceo and to seventeen years on the Charges of robbory, to which he h?id pleaded guilty. oTer more of the alpiae hav boon isold, realising £21 oh, "ch '

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 9 July 1864

Trrr~meeting hold on Thursday ovening pro nounced unmistakably against the re-incor poration of Goulburn as a municipality. This is not to bo" Wondored at. The value of bought ,oxperience, hasono of our corre" poondonts. says, is the bes- of. all value. SStrango indeed if the people of Goulburn had been insensible to their highly paid for teachings. Thli6e was but one speaker in favour of the itcorporation of the city, for the gentle man who seconded the resolution, and who was not a'resident when our former council was :in existence, "did so without conimoent. 'Tho only argument that was used "wtis that to.which we referred in our last-that the streets needed repair. This is admitted on all.hands. i Tho speaker joined issue, with us as to the streets havingnever been worse; ,but' hiis memory is no better than others' and does not extend sod far back: as our own; .nor have we for twelve years past had such wet weather extending'over so long a period. of time as now. We may however a...

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COMMERCIAL. GOULBURN, Friday 10 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 9 July 1864

(OMtAIIIK 1?CIA L. GOULQIURN, Friday 10 p.m. As we anticipated the prices of wheat and flourhavo advanced, and are now quoted as below. Wairr ANI FoLOVu.-At Conolly's M1ill :-Fino flour, £28 per ton ; seconds, £27; if loss than half ton, is. per 100lb. extra. Pollard ls. 8d. per bushol retail; bran, 1s. 4d. perbusho l retail. Wheat, Sa. Gd. to 9s. Gd. per bushol. This rise datos.from yesterday, 7th instant. At Emauuel's Mill :-Fino flour £28 per ton; seconds, £27; if less than half-ton, is. per 100 lb. extra. Wheat, 8s. Gd. to Os. Gd. per bushol, accord ing to sample ; bran and pollard, Is. 8d. per bushel. Aavcrioxuons' ltParomrrs.-Ia essrs. 1'. Dignam and Co. roport:-Fat cattle.-Nothing primo has comae to lhand this week On Wednesday we placed aC draft of very indilflroent and ill-assorted cattle as fol-. lows: -First yard, Mr. Eggo at £2 3s.; second yard, Mr. 1lMcConnell at £2 Gs.; third yard, Mr. Stevenson at 30s. ; fourth yard, lr: Eggo at 3:s.-The butchero have no stocks in han...

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

O... OUR FI.NANCIAL P'OSITION. S(roin the S. AS. Herald) Tinl oxporieone of the last month of the half year only conlirinsthat of the previous part of the your in respect of tho dulnoss of the csotoms' rovenuo. Th'o month of Juno shows no improvemont on the prbvious month; on the contrary, it shows a still further decline; nor is thero anything in tho state of trado to give promise of o rovrial. We cannot profess to say that this takes us much by surprise, because we havo often sounded the noto of warning. But the state of our finances obviously throws upon parliament a mnor serious task than any it hais yet encountered, for it will have to deal more vigorously thmri it has done before with a failing rovenuo and with a rapidly accumulating donloit. - So far as the first half of tie year gives evidenco, we have goino bick nino years in tho productiveness of our revenno. Vo have not taken so little monoy at tho custom ihonio since 18h5; undi hid tho tea and augiar duties been abolishe...

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GOULBURN WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 9 July 1864

GO0ULltUIIN WIIOLJ28ALI4 l01IO8 CUIt~ttINT. Ihrat. Os. 68. to Os. 6d. t bushe?t. elour, I?nl, £128 ? ton ; +erllnlhnt. £27. Pollardt , 1 4J. 1 bnsheo ; or b. by tho bolf ton. Iltr ,, ls. 4d. '1 bushel; or ls. by the half ton. hoo tr, Ot,1 8 2ob. loot. obter, 4s. to 6s. ,r bushel. inrtrl. ,Iglislb, 3s. 6d. to 4. hu.lbol; Copoi 2s. 6d. 2 Ou, 20. 2.0l, to 3s . Od huh ,u.' ,t Mny, £3 10s,. to £4 20S. tool. . Dster,, tresh; Od. to 20d. . lb.; salt, 7d. to 8,. Clhoss, 42. 88 lb. Bacoo, 6d. to 8d. 5 lb. Oiqj, is. 2d. to Is. d.1k. dozen. g'o tlor to,,2. 88 to t. ,olots, 10& to . . 1 ot.;oo oro. All (1Vge, prluo, from £2 10s, to £4 ; medlum,£2 8e, to £3. Stote, 12s, to 15s. 11,lead. pIg,. d. to 4d. 1 Ib. eool (retel) 22. to 44. 1 lb. .MIoOton (rotoll), 4d. 1 lb. Taltlo,, £?0 to £34 "i too. 11ldrt, Sc. to 9e:'calh. 'Shsroln?l',; 8d.;' oVshed 7d. r1 lb. CU,?lrnoo ton-SydnY to ol£oy l to oolotrn£tO; Ooltburn to Sydney, £3 to £3:1 0s.; toulburn to Lomobbqo Flat, £4; Oouoburn to Adelong,"...

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THE WAR IN NEW ZEALAND. GREAT ENGAGEMENT BEYOND THE GATE PA, AND SPLENDID VICTORY BY OUR TROOPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 9 July 1864

THE WAR IN NEW ZEALAND. GREAT ENGAGEMENT BEYOND THE GATE PA, AND SPLENDID VICTORY BY OUR TROOPS. By the Kangaroo steamer we have Auckland papers to the 25th June. The Weekly News of that date says:- There has been a signal success gained by the Imperial and colonial forces under Colo nel Greer, at Tauranga, about four miles from thie Gate pa. A collision there was inevitable, we knew, from the defeat at Te Papa, but now that the natives have been signally worsted, there is reason to believe the war will not be re nowed this season. After receiving the intimation from the natives that they were to attack us, various reconnoitring expeditions wore made from our posts, and largo bodies of the enemy were observed to be on the move. No encounter, however, took place till Tuesday last, the 21st instant, when it was noticed that the Maories were constructing it pa to command the road traversed by the Colonial Defenco troopers when out recon noitring. A force of 4100 men, with one gun, marc...

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

Feni2cers,' TWAN lED at Arthuraleigh to put up LOG AND S1)EAD WuOu FENCING. 1191 , ' ALEX. REID. Wanted, OATEN OR,. WHIEATEN IIAY. S, ;C. E. DRANSFIELD, ' Jembaicambene Flour Mills, n~7....., _ _ ear Braidwood. Wanted, SRESPECTABLE FEMALE as IIousemaid. Apply to Mne. JONES, Royal Hotel. July lst, 1864• Wanted, 1EVERAL STRONG STAUNCH GELDINGS: R3 trial required. Apply to 1243 FINLAY AND CO. Wanted, 0 EWERS in lambh, need, but not broken 0l.U mouthed. Apply tn 1214 FINLAY AND CO. Wanted, COOKc and L IIUNDRESS. Apply at the Grammar School. 1250 Two Pounus Reward. -TRAYED from Veteran's Flats. on 28th June, is two BAY MARES, one branded CH on near S ; CL ehouldnr, and one branded. MC on near shoulder. The nhbov reward will be paid on delivery of the horses to SAMUEL GRIMSON, 1227 Veteran's Flats. Five Pounds Reward, or Ten Shillings each for Ten Bullocks. OST, near Daon Man's Creek, was seen on the I lothered Mountains--sulpposed to be comirng towards Gnulhrrn. Any of the said bullneks ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 13 July 1864

STo-night. , IN AID or TII?R GOULBURN FIRE BRIGADE. TITE GOOl.BURN SAIMATEUR I NIITSTRE.LS BTEG to announce that their third aId positively last entrtainmeont will Laho place in The Mechanics' Institute. ON WEDNIESD)AY, TIIE 13rh JULY,. svhen several new pieecs will be ollered, inoluding , TIlE BLUE-TAIL FLY; Also,'a loeaon song. Programmnswill be provided in the room. Pri|pes n al missilo:-Front seats, 2s. bhack Is. .Doorsolesn 'at hbalf-pant seven o'clook p.m;; con cert to cammencoat'olght. Tickets may be had of any of the committee of the Fire Brigade i also at the Mechanles':Institute. 1232 ntHE duties of. MRs. nOSS' SCHOOL.will ho . resumed on MONDAY, the 18th instant. For terms ofboard and tuition, application to bo msde at the Manae. Goolbtrn, 5th6 July, 1B64. ,..1212 M RS, and the Mnases GARlDINER'remind I heir pupils thni school dutien will be'resumed on WEDNESDAY, 13tb INSTANT. 'Montigue-strrel, ' ' '1224 :'Goulldaurn Meohani~es' Institute. : TIHE IIALF-YEARILY MEETING wil...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 13 July 1864

Wanted, T?IE A M S TO LOAD FOR LAMBING "-FLAT. 1264 8s. EMANUEL AND SON. Wanted, A RESPECTABLE FEMALE as IHousemaid. L Apply to Mas. JONES, Royal Hotel. July Ist, 186', 1197 Fencers, -TTAN'ED nt ArthursleiIgh, to put up LOG AND V DEAD WUOD FENCING. 1101 ALEX. REID. Wanted, r rENDERS for the delivery of TWENTY TONS of GOOD LIMESTONE per week, at the FITZROY IRON WORKlS. 1259 To Bullook-drivers. .I.MiESTONE in ary quantity purchaosed at the FITZBOY lEON W¥ORKS. ?25? Five Pounds Reward, or Ten Shillings each for Ton Butlloclks. SOS9T, near Dead Man's Creekl, was neon on the J otherll Miount lins-suppooed to heo ominlg towards Goullorn. Any' or tihe ahil bullocks do liverm d to T. J. LODGE, inl>irenn. Muthilly, will receive the horn riward. Tihe brands aro Two RTILLOCICKS, YlIGtTLOW and WHITE, S/ ,WILD oinarrllh, with other'braunda. i Ono BRINDI E and WHITIT. PM. Four BULLOOKS,'brandod JA on rump, and M on . rihs . . . i . Oil'RED' and oni STRAWBERIY 'lrandedI H-D on rump. ,;. ouo . ...

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE SYDNEY, Tuesday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 13 July 1864

IELEG 1tAPHIC INTELLIGEN6'J [Fnoo OUR CORESPONDENTB.] SYDoEY, Tuesday night. TJHr governmont are likely to prosecute personsowho are said tohave attempted to bribe the witnesscs for tlhe prosecution in the cases against Gardiner, Mr. Ioraington alleges that a hundred pounds were thus offared to him. The flood relief fund now amounts to upwards of sorven thousand pounds. It is reported that Fegann, the Queensland bush rangor has boon captured near lockhampton.

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