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

IToxcKONo, 30th May.--Tho City of Cllan chd~;-wii sis llab1iycaptured by the Im perialists, under Captain" Gordon,! who has returned froin anctvo sebrvico. Nankin'is now tho aInst stronghold in" tho robol possession, and will shortly bo attackedo

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And Chronicle, The
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LATEST SPECIAL TELEGRAM. [VIA SUEZ.] LONDON, 4th June, 11.35 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 16 July 1864

LATEST SPECIAL TELEGIRAM. [ViA SUEZ.]. . . S : LoxoDON, ith Juno, !1.35'.p.~ 1: TnE second reading of the Penal Servitudo Bill has passed in the House of Lords. The governumeit, characterised, the Australian gFrievances.as only imaginary.' Mr. Cobden's motion, advocating the policy of nion-intervention ii 'China, was, after a full debate impugning the ministeril policy, withdraw. The Abolition Bill passed through com mittee by a majority of ten. Mr. Gladstone aline qualified his very "Liberal suffrago " speech. At the Conference Meeting, on the 28th May, a. prolongation of the armistice was proposed, and a treaty on the basis of that of 1852 was' abandoned by England. A compiromise was submitted, the object of which was to incorporate North Schleswig with Denmark, and South Schleswig with Holstein, and create it.a Germani duchy. Prussia encourages the Duke of Augusten burg's pretonsions, but Denmark resists the proposal. : In America, General Grant uinsuccessfully attacked Lee at Sp...

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COMMERCIAL AND MONETARY. LONDON, 26th May. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 16 July 1864

Col1ltElL0IAL AND MONfElTARY. tI. no'i o2th?May. ), tn thie 19tliin~itant' the Bank f Eiiglanid directors rsdddild the b'ito of discoint' Trom'9 to 8 per cent; and this day, from 8 to 7 per cenit. The ?lnk l'of Franc also rcdiicedit from 8 to 7 or ceantnAt Vionna,tlho dis count is 6 per cent. St' Petorsburg,' 5 per cent. Turin, 7. per cont. Berlin, 4- per cont. .. The bullion in: the l 'Banlk of France has increased to ulisards of ten millions sterling: . The coin and bullion in the B3ank of Eng land stands at upsiards of 13 millions' stbrling. A furtheor reduction isi the discount market is bexpected. Consols for money, '01- to ;' for account 900 to 1.1 ox dividond.. - Colonial Goveronmont s'eciiitieos :--Victoria 6 per cents., April and October, 108 to 109 ; :Neow South WVales 5 per cents., 1866, January and July, 9.4 to 100$; Qeuoonsland 6 per cents., January'and' July, 108 to 110; New Zealand 6 per cents., 109 to. 111; South Australian ditto 1878 and upwards, 102 to 111. 'WOOL: ...

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

Fresh l is(mllbIIIicosl ot Aln s.UIB A iiow Ifliflist3'y is Iuziiisdui. Grout opjusitiori sgisiiiis Counlt fiouuuk, thue youung J1uisy' jriva~ut advisor,

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

RUSSIA. The financial budget just published is satisfactory. Theo Emperor speaks of a Cireassian extermination as a glorious work. 87,500 Poles have been transported to Siberia during the insurrection. General Biiing alarmed at lihe oil'ct of the Eniancips tion Conimitteet in the provinces, intends re ualling them to Wari?tw. .

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THE SHOOTING OF MR. KIRWAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 16 July 1864

THE SHOOTING OF MIR. IKIR\WAN. (Fromn the lFremn,,' Jourat.) THE rosult of tho intorviow which tho doputation had with tho Colonial Socrotary respecting thu shoot ing of the lato Mr. Kirwanl at Coo:mr has induced us to ro-colnsidor thto publiohod report of the prorceedings in this caso. Thu Colonial Sccrotary informed the doeputation (Mlusr. Elgan and Oarrott), that thu pleper? would bo laid bforo thIo crown law olllcwr with tho view to necortain whethior furthor proceed. ilgs .uht to bo I?ultitutl, Wo conlfue tlit bhte, inottt appoars to us strongo, Thepraclice that hie',. tofore obtalnud In thu tuoony wau, tIliat ll inqulmi. tions woro roturned to the Attorney-General direct; whose duty it was to road theom and sooee whether all{ htthat tholaw required had booeen done, and if notl what farther proceedings ought to he institutod.t Wo apprehen that the Attornoy-General's powerl in this respect is co-oxtensive with that of tho Colonial Secretary, and that if it appeared to him that t...

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

INDIA. Affghannistan is again plunged in civil war. Azom :Khan's forces doserted him on the ove of nan engngonment with the Amceer's troops under Rluppnt Khan. Tho Amoeer haIs marclhecd on ]3alkh to attack Afuseno l(mn, with ovory prospect of success.

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

Tao t, Editoer of the lerarld aod Clroaiele. Sn,-I read with considerable interest the report of the meeting held on Thursday night, the 7th instant, in Goolburn, respecting the oxpedienoy of patition itng to have that city, &o.,orected into a mumnicipality. Although I quite agree with those gentlemen who looked unfavourably on the proposition, and carried an amendment on the first resolution, altogether contrary to it, still I think it ist a very great pity that something cannot be done to improve Auburn street, as that is unquestionably the principal one in the city, und the place whore by far the largest amount of business is done. It is useless to discuss as to whether it is a little botter, or a little worse than it was over known to be before. Certain it is, and I think every one will admit it to bhe, quite bad enough! If any one can suggest a feasible plan by which a sum of money could obe raised, and properly oxpendod on the street in question, I believe he would be ...

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

A nuiotorh1 c~iniui hlau ocuurioJ1

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GOULBURN WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 16 July 1864

OGOLnItO5N WVIIOLO.ALO PR|0008 OURREOT. * Wheat . 8 G Od. to Ps. Gd. 'p bushel. IFloor, One, £28 i' tont; o.ronnl. £27; Pollard. ls. 4d. 75 bushel; or ts. by tho half ton. Beas, ts. 4d. 75 bushel; or Is. by the hltf ton. Otread, OGLd 7 2-tb. loaf. Mtise, to. to 5s. ver bushel. fsrloro. Esgltsh, o s. Gd. to 4o ' bushel; Caps, O. Gd. Oatzs 2?. Gd. to s. Gd. 7 o suthel. lap, £23 tOs. to £4 10S. 75 to,. Rotler, Ireshblo ; l ni suit, Gd to Pd. Ctorse, Gd. 75 lb. arcos,. Gd. to Gd. 75 lb. -goo,lo. to IG. 3d. 75 dozon. Potatoers, Go75s. owL Onoton, 10. to 12. 7 osot.; ocarco. FPs thatlte, prhno, from £3 10s. to ..; SOheep, 12e. to-1Gb. 7 bead. Plpe, Gd. to dd. 7 5. Blpe (retal), 3d. to 4d. 5 0 . Muttoi, (rototl), 4d. 7 b.0. Tallot , £,G to £345 ton. Ollido, tO. to ts. each.. ". B?hpe*laet, Gd.; washed 7d. tI 0. Cs'rt.{os 7 ton--Gydnoy to Ooulburn, £8 to £8; Ooulburn to Sydnsy, £3 to £. 10s.; Goulburn to Lambtno FPlt, £4; Goulburn to Adeloon, £8; Oaulbarn to Tumut, £8; Ooulburn to Ktlnudroo...

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COMMERCIAL. GOULBURN, Friday 10 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 16 July 1864

OMMIAIPE1CIAAL. GOULBURN, Friday 10 p.m. Owolo to the flood there is little or no business being transacted. The prices of every description of produce are nominally those quoted below, but in reality none is arriving and no transactions have taken place. Carriage to places beyond Goulburn is hard to be got; and rates are likely to be higher. WIHbET AND FLOUe.-At Conelly's Iill:-Fino flour, £28 per ton ; seconds, £27; if less than half ton, ls. per 100 lb. extra. Pollard ls. 8d. per bushel retail; bran, is. 4d. per bushel retail. Vheat, 80. Gd. to Os. Gd. per bushel. This rise dates from the 7th instant. At Emanuol's MIill:-Fine flour £28 per ton; seconds, £27; if less than half-ton, le. per 100 lb. extra. Wheat; 8s. Gd. to Os. Od.per bushel, accord ing to sample; bran and pollard, Is. Gd. per bushel. AucroosaREs ' REPonT :-Mesrs. Finley and Co. repert:-We have sold this week, eon ac count of the IHon. T. A. Murray, a draft of medium conditioned cattle, at £2 16s. and downwards. Als...

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

By appointment pURVEYORS TO I1IS EXCELLENCY TIHE GOVERINOR. PEATE & HIIARCOURT, (LATI 85IITII, PEATE, AND CO.) Grocers and Wine Merchants, 258 & 260, GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY. PEATE AND) IIARC(OURT are constantly r cciving fresh shipments of goods, direct from Messrs. Cross and Illackoll, Iondon, and other first-class English and continental houses. 1150 Australian Alliance Assurance Company, TOR FIRE AND LIFE ASSURANCE, and J Guarantee for Fidelity. CAPITAL, £250,000. NEW SOUTII WALES BRANCH. Sydney Ofires--Exchange Corner, Pitt-street. IsoAinn OFa.s5ANAGO:ErNT: Hon. J. H. PLUNIIKETT, Q.C., BLL C. WV. fi. ErDnEis, Esq. Secretary-Jolns ahlRTiN, Esq. LIFE DEPARTsliENT--75 per cent. of thelo profits re turned to the policy holders. lillan DEpAti?RTiENT--50 per cent. ditto ditto. The assured thus hlave the security of a largo sub scribed capital, and the henefits, without the part nership liability, of mutual assurance. W. EVANS DIGNAM, 1094 Agent for Goulburn. THOMAS DAWS...

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

Wanted to Purchase, AI TO 200 STORE BULLOCKS, from 3 to 10 5 years 500 to 1000 mixod storo cattlo. P1. DIGNAM AND CO.. 1284 Goilburn Auctiun Rooms. Wanted to Purchase, A STATION with 4000 sheep on it. Stating L. full partloulars, address A. 1,, Goulburn Hlotl., 1285 Wanted, T , T A 8b 8 TO LOAD 1OIt LAMIlING 1 VLAT, 1944 6, IUANUi, AND SON, Wanted, BESPECTABLE FRMALE as Iousemaid. L. Apply to Mns. JONES, Itoyal Hotel. July 1st, 1864. 1197· Wanted, SATEN OR WHEATEN HAY. C. E. DRANSFIELD, Jembaicumben Flour Milli, 1070 Near Braidwood. Fencers, ANTE D at Arthursleigh. to put up LOG AND WDEAD WOOD FENCING. 1191 ALEX. REID. Wanted, mENDERS 'for the delivery of TWENTY TONS I of GOOD LIMESTONE per week, at the FITZROY IRON WORKS. 1258 Required, A DAILY GOVERNESS. Apply by letter to Mns. ARNHIEIM. 1274 To Bullock-drivers. SIMESTONE in any qentity purchased at the FITZRoCY IRON WYORKS. 1257 Postponement of Removal. Ct GILLESPIE hcgs to acquaint the public gene mJ rally that, on account of th...

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TELEGRAPHIC DESPATCHES. (Translated for the Sydney Morning Herald, from the Semaphore de Marseille of May 28.) LIVERPOOL, Friday, 27th May. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 20 July 1864

TELEGRAPHIO DESPATOHES. (Tr2,anlatcd or the Sydru Ml , hornlng lerld, froml tO &omajhorc de Morntll of Mau 2o.) LIvIu'ooL, Friday, 27th May. Anvcss have been receivecd from 'Now York up to the 18thofI May. tiretro it of dCneral Lo from Spotylaa io falto epot 'Fho rainy weather premanted a cokntinanon of military operations. Tho loasteo Botaintd by Gnrd thare proved to ho grooler than originally oop S hoO Confederates dlofealed Inlolor otDrury'o 131ff. 'Ptiny also decfeated Signl at Mowmarktt. Sigol ye l'du~oF~ed'eral^ Genoral Shorman had toketn Dalton Th Confederate Geneoral Johnston had retired on Atlanta in Louisiana. PARIS, Friday evening, 27th May. Many journals say that England, Russia, and Swodon aore about to proposd to tho.Conforrnco an articlo stipulating that Kiol should not bocomo a Fedoral port, nor Rendaburg a Federal fortress8,. T'ro PatIo pblisheos n dospateh fromHamburg, dated tho.27th.of May, annoiinein (as authentic) tho intelligenco that a socond 'Miniotor...

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THE LONDON CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 20 July 1864

TrElflhtO2DON.'CONFEI;i~NcE. The Frankfort Europe of yestorday says:- "Infodrmatiohirelativ? to the Conference, the na curacy of which?ivo can gliaranteo, announces that thd repres?o?itatives obf' the powers would now chooso b?otwoen a war threatening to overstep the limits of the Duchies and, the adoption of a system giving satisfaction to -Danes and Germans alike. This system wvould be the constitution of Holstein and theo German portion of Scholawig in a single stite. The people would decide by usiversal suffrago upopn the interior government they would prefer. The ro mainder of Schlecswig would be united to the Danish monerchy." T'ho Paris Pays .says as latest news that pacific impressions tend visibly to.prevail, and that it is al most certain thait the conference will come to anr agreeonrnt on the basis of an appeal to the popula tion, with a view to detach.Holstein and Southern Schelswig from Denmark, tho.-Dannewerk being taken as a frontier line...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 20 July 1864

Important Notice. r'IIE undersigned hereby gives notice that he does Snot recognize the receipt of any person save of his employee, Mr. 1I. Chambers, or the several agentos whose names will be frould on the last page of this paper, for the payment of accounts due either to thoetlerald or Chroniole, since the 30th Soptembor W. R. RILEY, H erald and Chronilol Olec. Notice. SHAVE this day relinquished bousinss in 0 of MsseOs. FERGUSON, WVEns, ANl) whom I beg to rocommend to my constituents. " " J. 1? PEACoCR. Sydney, let July. . PEA0, We have this l day cnmmenerl busines asn Merchants and Commiesion Aeonts, ender the eal or firm of FERGUSON, WEBB, AND CO. styl G. PERGUSON H. Il. WEBB 46, New Pitt-street, Sydney. July lst, 1864. 1221 HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS r1HE utility of this famous American Tonac nd SAntibiinous Preparation is a greatmedicl aet conceded by the most eminent physieian8s anl a ' maneutists of tihe United States. The firiest P ar. table Stamnehics, Alterativen, alnd ...

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LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. THE FLOODS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 20 July 1864

SLOCAL AiN/D PJO.VINOI4L?. TIIE FLOODS. n?x? wo Inst wrote there was overy appoaranoo of continuous rain and of the waters rising still liigheior. Dot fortunately on .Saturday morning it wes seen tGit the IMulwarrco and Wollondilly had fallen con aiiorably. Siiic then the acothrhas booan .unoattlod in appearance, but very little rain has thllon and the writers havo'gradually though slowly gone down, being howover still sulficiently high as to rendor it neceosary for horses to swin when'crossingat some of tho.ausuoal pl~cos. Froin' lungoondor o we learn that the flood wa?s higiher than has over booeen known.before, being in many caso about eiglitoon inches high in the housea in. the township. A widow woman with two or throd clildrn living just opposito aMr. Lenobnn's sloro was nearly suftocated. Sh6 had a bag of lime on the hloor of her hut, and whean the waters came in'the fumnoes asandid ini great ?volum. Tlihe poor woman rushed out in great ularm to Mr. Lonohan, nud that gentleman...

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SCOTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 20 July 1864

SCOTLAND. A mooting of miniastersand olders of theo Freo United Presbyterian and Reformed Presbyterian Churachaes, convonod by circular, was hold in Queeon siroet, Edinburgh, for the Ionrposo of considering tle propriety ofjoining in thlo celebration of the ter-ccu tenary of ICalvin's death. There was a largeo a teondanc. The Rov. )r. Ant!row Thompson was called to the chair, and thie lIev. Mr. Bard, of Genova, explained the diflbrent measulres whi(h were proposed to be adopted for the tor-centenary cele bration in Geoneva, and askeod the mreetlng for their co-oporation and assisltance. Tilhe following resolu tions wero adopted by the metingi:--I. Thata pblic meeting for commemorating the tor-centenary of the death of Unlvin be held on the evening of Friday, the 27th of May, and that a committoee be appointeld to mfhko thile necessary arrangements. (The com mittee consists of ministers and olders of the difforent donominations, with Dr. 'Gold as convener.) 2. Thot it is deosirabl to...

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SYDNEY SUMMARY. MONDAY afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 20 July 1864

SYDNEy SUBIIlARY. M?IoInAY afternoon. Tlri Madras arrived in the harbour at midnight on Saturday, having encountered a hurricano and boon io lnss than nighty. thren hours on thn way up. I ha?u not hoard of any itms of nows occurring minen the issue of the morning papers; and as is usual at mail times it really seems that nothing of local interest occurs to withdraw our attention friom horno and foreign ileiros. At three o'clock yesterday afternoon (says the Easpire), as some psersons vers walking in the bush, near Mr. aioll's bnsling-down establishment, beotween the Waterloo estate and Mowtown, they came across he body of a man profsoly besmeared whithl n each hand a pistol was firmly graspo oth bi 1 which had been discharged. 'Tho bode d, both 'l to the benevolent asylum, where it wa .ro0.. nd must haveo boon lying in the bush for ti ' hroo days, and decomposition had just bh o mnfortunato gentleman, it is said has Iom. sh • D , ,,oo 5tissj0 sinoe Friday last. The head and other mi...

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IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 20 July 1864

IRELAND. A fearful murder has been perpetrated in Glin, in the county.o 'Limiericlc. :.Theo victim was a member :of the ,constabulary force, named Wright, and the perpetritdr' of thou ded his own wife.' On a rumour reaching the police of what hladl tlaken place, they iomnediuately..proceeded to.Wright's residenco, but had to force obpjieoi the door, 'wlhih 'ivas segurely lokeltd. Theb doceaseodl was foind lying on his left side in a pnol of blood, and.lii skull maslieod in, anod one of his ears cut off. Tlie wife was coolly atandino near the door. She was taken into custody and receivd 'tHie' uual daution " habt 'tIb 'shjiiny?,hin." llowevor,. :ai intelligont littlo ;boy, son of the de ceased, told the constable that his mother had knocked the faLthor down with a blow of a big stone, and, when dowyn, struck him again. On beinggasked where the steno was, he pointed to a turf hole, where it was found covered with blood.. It weighed about 301 b. It isthought the unfortunate woman is no...

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