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

VIOTORuIA. ON the evening of the Oth instant, at a crowded mcoting hold at St. ueorge's-hall, it wao resolvod to erect a monument to the memory of the late Hoe. R. IIeales by publicsnbcrilption, and a pommi~leo wes ppointoted for the purpeoce of procurinr . contri butlion. MSr. J. alacgrogor bl.L.A., orcoplod tho ,huir, and the meoting woS all but unanimous. 'rhol.chief ...re..ryo tifieos that, in pursuaiico of a reoblution of the Logielativo Assembly, a premium 'of £ 1,0 will be awardod for the boot cesay on each of heo following subjects, vi.:- -1. Plouro-pnoumonoa; ts causes, symptoms, post mortem appearances pathology); tho hest means of treatment; and practical hints on tho avoidonco of tho diaoaso andi ts eradincation from the colony. 2. Scab; its causea nymptoma, pathology; best moans of trneatmont nnd "ractical hints for its rivoidnnce and extermination. 3iTh6 possibility of dotermining by inspection of tho ncutiro or divided aninmal in slanughter-houses or btchor' shops1) w...

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

GuOs?xs?o.--Tho next court of petty sessions will be held on Wednosday, 20th instant; and for the future the sittings will be hold at Mir. Grovenor's hotol.-Yass Courier.

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SYSTEM OF NATIONAL EDUCATION. To the Editor of the Herald and Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 13 July 1864

,i STE'BM' OF NATIONAL EDUCATION. S 2To ,I LEdILto f t t IIUr ll llt and ChPronicl. " h o""' m 'illiberal attacli made upon the nutional Sytem of edluction, b thd Goilburn Argus in last t"'U"ady s iasuo, would from the abaurdity of its ?. otatoument, provoko only laughter at thio exeonso of a writer, who could undertake to animadvort upon a systom, of the principles of which he proves himself most Inmdontnbly ignorant, blit that tio subject in volves considerations personal to ovory one who has the ivwlfnre of tho rising goneraltion at heart or who considersit nootlight matter to ho taxed with in fidelity, or accused of being atheistical. The writer aithor wilfelly misroprooants, or. lias entered upon a tasl without first fitting hilmself for its oxccutionhby making himself acquainted with tioe details of the system which he thus ignorantly ventures to. aspaorseo. HIad ho eove paid a single visit to any'national schlool-room and roead tho general lesson, suspenoded on timho wall, I ...

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LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 13 July 1864

LOCAL AND . pR(VICIAL. PoO.Ec: ROtPFo.T.--On Baturdny tho o,?- o; ront realization wns administered to Conrad Soiler of Wingollo.-On Monday John Drew and William I Whlinn, brought up for drunkenness, wero dis cliarghd. oSanmo Pratton, who had boon summoncd for disobeying an order of tho justices for contribut ing td' his wifo's supplort, failed to appeirr and a wnrront was ordered to issuo.-Yclterday ILugh WVilsoni wuas brooght up for obtaining a pair of blankote and a Crimean shirt undor ,fulso pretences It aecoms that prisonot and a man nainod Joames Whalnn ho(d 'ono togethcr to IMo Connoll's public houso tnd loft a bundle con taining tho aILc-c -In qocstion which boldngdc t6 Whnlan. ubseluoently prisonor called during prosecutor's absence and got tho bundle with which he went away. The case was .emandcd till the 13th instant. A stage-coach licenso was' ranted' to James ?Waterworth, 'mai cont~ractor. I QBRY -180 Tire COiir.?0RoO'.MAL. -.t0I)Boo nY. - Testsrday. John Cannon (on bni...

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GOULBURN WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 13 July 1864

GULSoOC wohuOLesL P55055rna COuSiCNC . .. ' IhTzi, 84. d. to t. OCd.: bosbol.:" ." ?' .. . ;.. tloolr,,lue, li ton; o.on.oh.£2T. : . " " Pollard,; i. Id. t bushloc; o is. ty tho haif toe.. Brao, it. 4d. ,bUsbhl; or l.,by he hoiot ton. "Rrnh ?,d l2-lb.. lo". -')frao 4o. to Sk. toer buoshsr": . Iorleuoi?ooigl; i3s.-Cd.CLo'4o bu,hol; Oaapoi?;i?Od. '--'' Onlt, it. Cd. to.it. Cd. '55 nhe, , oeh!ol. . :' ,', Itay, Li I3s. to'£4 10iC. ton. Stotoor, freh; Is.j lh.; salt, 8to.tOd . . iOloo,. Cd, to CId. '5 Sb. * Egog, is. to is. 3d...h doens. Potatoes. 9s, 7( eWE On?mon, SO, toilt. sot.; ,eoorw l o : . - ot Caotlt, prlinoo5froo £3 i0s, to£4 ; metoum,£i Cs to Li. Sireo, 12s. to 1So. 5 head; .... p~gid; to44.E0 lb. "" - Steef (retail);id. to 4d. 0' Tb. ilottoto (otlll), 4d. '50 lb. .. i'nlloho.£LOO ho ,i .0 0th.. -. - * ihClrrhs. to Co. ch. . . ' '.. 0Shb.phtls,,, ..1.; thtlhh Id"[."lb. ; t"artnto 50'ton--iydnoy to Otutburn, £5 to £6; Ooulburo Ott' Sydney, £3 to 10£i.;'Ooulburn-to Lomblnh Plit...

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SYDNEY SUMMARY. MONDAY afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 13 July 1864

SYDNEY SUtIMARY. MONDAY afternoon. T'run trial of Gardiner for wounding Trooper IIosio having occupiod two entire days woas concluded on Friday, the jury finding the prisoner guilty on the minor count of the information-that of wounding with intent to do grievodus bodily harm. The prisoner handed in a written statement which his !Ionorread aloud. Tho statement commeonced by roferrin g to the charges ofrobbing AIcssr.. Iorsing. thn'1tiid Hbwit' to ?whicli' prisbndr had pleatded, guilty, and -pointed out a. number of alleged mis ?l.ias in the evidence for the crown, which it was al gd er b'suficiently imiportant to have ensured in iqouittal if prisoner had not pleaded guilty. Tie statoment then proceeded to declare that the prisoner had repented of his past bad lifo and had for some time lived honestly, although on severel occasions exposeOd to much temptation halving had 206 ozs., 264 ozs., and 700 ozs. of gold left in his. charge. The statement concluded by imploring a eninent and m...

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COMMERCIAL. GOULBURN, Tuesday 10 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 13 July 1864

' C . 'OAIMM 'RC IAt.L' . IG::. ,.: lfOULBJRN ,?'ueoday 1t0 pi:m. WiiruAT Dse? Fi oUii At Coi00lly?A Mill,-gFinq flour, £28 r ton seconds, £27; if lee :tih half tdnils. 0i" t0 lb: oxtrt.o Pollard s O8d.'id r bilvloli t'1dil;' br; : l':44ds'j4.poe lhblusto a 'il. . Wheat, 8OeCd," to Os.' Cd" perliush'hl. :1This lsadodtts fiom yosterdalay, 7th instant. 7Ath · Eian'idisi ill ;:--Finde floiir: 2 pdr . sedrinds," 42i; "if'ledde'thio hol'-toai l por 10h0 lb 'extra.. Whiest, 8s. 6 to O s.d.0por o 2hl, accrd oifreid, and lrabirou 1d prllord " 'to d pre bshel Suncooy Pltoueos Ri'rorr.--eossre. Durhos sod" IrWiih hold tlibioii0iil sloleof talnti hthides, '&i. se raids:Oy Tsl24loa.-T~o 101. lrd.; olg fodrwar 2on eisted principollyobf' stotinsd p?rcols,,also 'bens poricl frbm" Coltinsegwmod, 1'ho latter 'w':' tk.hidn at r£29i s.' ad.; 72 chsh were sod 'at frbrh;2~21 :tb £290 12s.d d. h ~ser1 tod: Hidoc.sOer m1260' weor offered, and about'10600 wore sold. Tho principal lots' Aortliy' of ...

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

GUN1)DARO. ( From our rrrrespondcent.) Ox Thursday last the odd-fellows of this place cole brated their fourth anniversary. In the morning the Weather appeared rather inauspicious, being lobady and likely for rain. HIowever it cleared off, und everylthing passed off weoll, although the roads were rather dirty. About noon the craft dressed in full regalia, accompanied by their banner, which had been specially obtained from England, and only arrived in Gundaroo on Wednesday (the day pro. Vioes), left the lodge-room at Host Edgar's, and Nalkied to the township, the brass band playing ap proprilate airs along the road. At about seven o'clock, p.m., Mr. WV. Amecle, in the absence of the N.(t., toolk the chair, and after ace the attack on the catables, which wero spread n great profusion, commenced; and the noise of rothing but the clatter of forks and knives was heard, which was tlaken as an indication that the sticles placed before the company were entirely to heiF taste, and reflected ...

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TO SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 13 July 1864

Tr StllSCRIItLltS. order toacre postUrag er ,ntend co adopt a plan trclerh idt alrecady pursd btl everl otherr papcrt and acktatedlUlr thee rrrepllt oJ remlttanter in this collllmn tnltened of bU Irttrr. 1Rttttieat Rera Ifem ten . Vineent, Waggf Wanggs, la; from r. ttahpktna, l'allatep, L1. CALEWD&R. ~Dayeot flhe Wetek of hanuriner Sa .et ntat ;iOP.llSLS0AI. .t···· I ~y11 7 P II 6 iURSI)AY ............ I 14 75 | 62 10 A-- WEDNESDz. , SULY 1 13 7 8 6i. WEn DNSDYh JULY 1, 1804l. r WEDNELSDAY,JULY 13, 1864.

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

AKSTRALASIAN FIIREMASONS' IhALL HIOTEL, 191, Yorklstrcot, Sydney: ALFRED BRADTPFORD, proprietor. FIRST-CLASS ACCO)MMODATION for gentle men. Private familices will at this hotel find the cotn. forts of a home. 1712 Produce Stores; M ESSRS. DURIIAM and IRWIN are prepared J to receive wool, sheepskins, tallow, hides, &e., for sale by nuction or privately, at their Prodtice 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 11TEGE,0HEA'D. TTIE demand for the above celebrated tobacco I having hitherto been so great tlht theo manu facturer could not supply above hIalf of thie applica tions, whereby many, being unable to procure it, were compelledt to oubhtitsutle inferior and trashy tobaccoes, manufoeturled not only in ithe colony, but in the Northern States of America, he hasnow thei pleasure of informing the public that by arrange mcnti made with Iis Amerric...

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LATEST FROM EUROPE AND AMERICA. ARRIVAL OF THE MAIL STEAMER. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 13 July 1864

LAT'EST FRO?M EUROPE- AND AMERICA. ARIlIVALt OP TIIE MAIL STEAMER. THnE following was issued as an extra ordinary from this office at oloven a.m. yes torday:- Prl'OR OLtECTR1IOTELE.ORADRi.) The A. S.' N. Company's branch Btoamer reaohed Adelaide at midnight, bringing the South Australian 'portion of theo mails por the Peninsular and Oriental Comipany's toamlship Mnadras, which arrived at King Georgo's Sound on the 7th instant. Tihe following are the most important items of news: The Southampton portioro of the Auistra iian mails was delivered in London on the 17th May, and the Marsoilles .portion on tho 13th. The Prince and Princess of Wales are acquiring great popularity. Therd are hgain rumours of the' Queen's abidication. . . . , : . Tier Majesty has hold another public re ception. . Garibaldi had roached Italy safely. Tho iDko of Sutherland had been feted at Naples in recognition; of his hospitality, to Garibaldi. The French government have purchased the Groat Eastern; but she i...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 13 July 1864

d:t t110 public mooting hold last Thursday toveoning it was stated that during the exist Sinco of the late corporation, p'lans and osti oraates for tile improvement of Auburn-street trom Clinton-street to Fitzpatrick's bridge iad boon prepared, and that the pxpense jv'as found to boe no less than £5000. ,Con iidering. that the distance is, as nearly aB j 'ossible, half a mile, this would be at the Satoe of about £10,000 per mile. We fear that tbo council's plan for the 'imrovombnt of Auburn-stoeet, must have Sdislayod as little of practical wisdom . as heir plans .for draining tho town.. What ' heir particular echemo may have been whother it included lighting and paving, the planting of an avenue of trees along either sido of the street, thi erection of public i? blthsi fountains, and cloacinro; or other ex tonsivo worlks, it boots not to inquiro. It is enough that the cost of improving. Auburn street was estimated at £10,000 per: mile, a; ?ind that with such an estimate beforoethie...

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To the Editor of the Herald and Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 16 July 1864

S To the itdtor of the leraold anRd Chronicle. kSxn,--'l'ho subject of National Education having been referred to in the columnes of the Argus, may I trespans upon yenou for a short space in reply to the wvriter, as well as to portions of the letters by 'A lPatron" and " A lbshmatn," which appeared in .your ow I. In replying I shall endeavor to exprese myself without oflbnco to either party, being promptcd meroly by a desiro to place the subject in ouch a light, thalt persons not understanding it, may not be misled by the plauesible platitudes of the one, or tho involved allusions of the other. The new system of nationll education had its origin in political expediency. It displaced a sys tenm, known as that inostituted by the KCildare-place Society, the main excllenco of which was tlhat it requirod the unnutilated scriptures, without note or comment, to be read in every school, and the ex porienca of a few vYears served to show its utility and 'nfliieincy. Tle hlonman Catholic polp...

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NATIONAL EDUCATION.—No. II. To the Editor of the Herald and Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 16 July 1864

NATIONAL EDUTOATION.-No. I. To the Edtor qf thIo flranld and Chroneice. Sm,--A statemnent occurs in the Argus leader i Saturduy last, the 9th instant, which, inasmuch as is not true, we cannot allow to pass unnoticed. It I to the eflifcet that the national system of Ireland ii falling away because it cannot meeoot the wants of intelligent people, and, by inference, that it mu also oeventunally decay in this colony. Now, thq who know bbtter than 'the writdr in the Are bI lievo quite the contrary to be the ease. If thl people of Irelhnd of the present day, or rather of th rising gonoration-I speak generally-wero not a intelligent class, then'indueed might'we expect to so the national system fall away. But such is not t case. The Irish nation is now foremost among th educated countries of Europe. VWas it so unt lately? Was it so before 1832, whoen the preson s?ystem was established, amnd when, taccording tostasi tical returns, mido by auithority, we find there we 4t13 parishes without ...

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SYDNEY SUMMARY. THURSDAY afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 16 July 1864

BSYDNEY SULMMARY. T?ultsoaY afternoon. AT the Darlinghurst criminal sessions on Monday J. W. C. Pritchard was convicted ofhaving stolen a cheque for £204, the property of William Hibbert of Panbula, and was sentenced to two years' im prisonment to be commuted to one year if his con duct were good. Ilonry Falconor was acquittod of perjury. Daniel Berry for bigamy was scatouced to twelve mothle ' imprisonment. Yesterday the trial of F. W. Perry, tohe late olcial.asaignco for misappropriating moneys lt al insolvent ctatob was coummenced beforo Judge WVise, the attortnoy.gonoral prosecutilg, and Mr. Isuacs and Mr. )lilford'dofo?nding the lrisonetr. Tho trial is now being couttinued, and from present appear ances It is likely to last all day. T'hie Eclkford will causeo is still bug tried in the cIvil court, and tohereo Is hardly alty probubility of Its tcrmnlatillg tis wek, Yoro thIu partliculars of thls coo publlbhed fully they would show as largo an amount of contradictory ovldetc ase ...

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FLOOD RELIEF MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 16 July 1864

FLOOD RELTEF MEETING. Itt.mteOTCtrY after the close of tho. half-yearly meeooting of the members of tie meochanics' institute the mooting which had been adjourned from Monday hist to take into consideration means of alloviating thd distress caused by the floods was hold, Mlr. All man occupying the chair. Botwooeen thirty ind forty persons wvoro presont. Tho Chairman iin opening the proceedings ex pressed his opinion that considering thoeoxtromely unfuvoirablo state of the weather the attendrince was a very good one. Io then stated that from his lnowledge of the .lHunter district he could beaor testimony to the severity of the losses tlht were oc casioned by floods, to whliich thoro could boe no ap proach in districts likeo that of Goulburn. Tho Rov. V. Ross moved the first resolution os follows:- O'hat the heavy aonlamilies which have befallen largo nombers' o nur fellow colonists by tho late repeated. and desolatin? oods, entitle thIe soufferers to tho sympathies and aid of the inh...

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THE GOULBURN MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 16 July 1864

THE GOULBUlN IECHANICS' INSTITUTE. THE half-yearly imeeting of the Goulburn Mechanice' Institute was held on Thursday evening. Owing to the very unfuvourable state of the.weather, it was some time before a quorum was made; but the ne cessary number of members (twenty) having arrived the business, which occupied but a few minutes, was proceeded with. The heair was taken by the Presideint of the Institution, the Roev. W. Ross, who, having formally opened the meeting,; ealld on The Secretary whoiread the following , REtPOltT : . . In presenting to you the twenty-erst half-yearly report, the committee desire to express their satisfaellton at a continuance of the same large amount of publio support. that ihas been nr corded to te .insituto of late. The number of members is steadily increasing, there boleng now 170 on the roll, an in orease of three since the iast half-yearly meeting. Of the 170 015 are adults, and 25 are under twenty years of age. During thie past Irlfyear 101978 volumes...

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THE DANO-GERMAN QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 16 July 1864

THE DANO-GERMIIAN QUESTION.:. Donmark has fotally succumbed. Duppol has fallon, and Alsen is practically gone. roedericai is' abandoned, and Jutland is occupited by the allied armies. Notwithstanding all this, deputations wait on the king requesting him not to prolong tile armistice, and when concluding peace to uphold the riglhts of Doenmarlrk. Public opinion lhas lately taken ia more warlike tone, and it is assorted that the Dauiish government will recall its ]lenipo tontiarios from the conference should the German lpowers not mn6dify their doinands.' TheoMIinisters of Justice and the Intorior resigned on account of a suspension of the blockade being agreed to. A desperate naval oengagemont took? place botwoo?l the Danish and Austrian fleeoots on theo9th May, six miles off eHoligoland.: The Danes woro victorious. Ilans Auroa was there. lWhenr the iews 'was received in tihe House of Commons in England the members brokle forth into tumultuous and long-continued exultant oheering; fo...

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LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. ANOTHER FLOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 16 July 1864

LOCAL AND PRO(VINCIAL. ANOTHER FLOOD. We have' boen visitd by nnother flood; Thoiigh at the time of writing the waters are about four feet lower than on the 21st of last month when they reached a height never before attained, yet as the rain still continues to fall steadily there is every prospect of the flood being quite as high by the time thisa sheeot reaches our readers. The flobd so nearly resembles the last tihat the self-same words hofore used would almost equally well describe the visitation. The rain commenced on Wednesday; but the fall was not very great. During Thursday there was a steady continuance of wet, and during the night it probably did not cerise for ton minutes. On vising in the morning the Wollondilly and Mulwarree were found to be very highb and duringthe day they con tinued rising at the rate of from four to six inches per hourrmin falling the whole time. ' The'families of Messrs. Blacskhaw and' Whitely, who occupy the two white stone houses facing the court-...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 16 July 1864

T"E GOULBURN HERALD Is the oldest cstalished journal in tho eouthern dio Note Soutio Wales, and for tiho last few' years its culation hs rendered it epesdient to print it by t?l?. TL~ROSS O P S as c mr r o el gh t s itlll in g s an d s isp e n ce p e r q ? • cUn ehillingo and ? sopeo if pad lo anodU5e---lhs t? pus to thUe comencement of the quarter. Sobstn charged only from tile time of uttring thlbir esoem5 Cidnse to o'clooo the k poper must be oBBB05'g pAyme nt i l boil boi to the B dofShe c leBO qUsin'1 shiold bewritten on t tded n theSo bsnce.o sd Site segUise qosnreiosd ots 3itlosh 3t boeptoBher, Bnd j1ts liseember. i il beUontinIuO :e Ads tiscemor nte ass onrtend bnfb Soiioeiog Boies en CUIC eesiteo :-Foe tno hiose hi~ fout iiteee, So.; sio linsps 20. tEL; sight ties, seesstebst oesyoadditissot ptt.3d wthaio stloO. fo r t hieest thrseetione, o0 or a ethsld of a li imustO b ee le ocwilt It wreesisd op So sio UetIBS sorhrsd preiodi stg publistlon. SheyoombCP tOl shoold he seritt...

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