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DENMARK. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 23 July 1864

DENMARK. It is asserted that the Minister of War had tendered his resignation. The Ministers of Justice and of the Interior have resigned, being.dissatisfied with the suspension of the blockade having been agreed to. : The Dagbladet says:-" Independent of the war contribution imposed upon the towns of Jutland, Field Marshal von Wran gel has.imposed a requisition of 52-3 mil lions Ringedalers upon landed property." 2000 inhabitants of the environs of Kolding and Fredericia have been compelled by the enemy to assist in demolishing the fortifica tions of Fredericia. . The North Sea squadron had arrived at Copenhagen in an undamaged state,' and ?as greatly. cheered by the assembled spec tators. The king went. on board the ships.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 23 July 1864

IT is apparent to every one that the present condition of the colony affords.a strong con trast to that which it exhibited a few years since.. Aseries of misfortunes--a run ofill luck-.has reduced a considerable portion of. the population td a condition far. neoarer approaching to poverty, than would in the prosperous days of the country have been deemed possible. We are spared yet, how over, the spectacle of the masses of tli' people in the extreme of indigence. There is abundant reason to believe that the mis fortunes of. the community are of a temporary nature only; and there is no doubt that it will .tide, over them, and enter again upon that career of progress and material pros perity which has of late received so severe a check. To believe otherwise one must doubt tihe iatural' resources of the country itself, and in so doing ignore experience and observation; and doubt too the capacity of tihe race which occupies tihe country, and this would be a species of heresy which no on...

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ENGLAND AND THE GERMAN POWERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 23 July 1864

GLAND AND THE GERMAN POWERS. "omo light has during the month boon own upon the imbecile proceedings of the yornmont in relation to the German < ors. There is reason to believe that, in aking our pledged faith, shutting our to the appeals of the oppressed, recoil stop by. stop before the barefaced ag ssions of Germany, and abdicating our er position in Europe, the ministry has n obeying, not their own convictions, or wishes of the country, but the behests of nMajesty. The strong Prussian binas of court has long been notorious, but it '` not until recently that the personal in orence of the sovereign with the policy of administration was suspected. The 'ings of the Queen, however, in favour of ILI tho most violent partisans and promoters of Gornman oncroachimenot, have latterly be comen so glaring, that the subject has boon oxtensively commented upon during the ,past month. In tile present irritated stato of thoe public mind, it would have boon wise to abstain from overy de...

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE SYDNEY, Friday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 23 July 1864

TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE [PROM OUR CORRESPONDENTS.] SYDNEY, Friday night. Wmonr, the bushranger, has boon shot near Rock hampton. . A cargo of Chilian flour has arrived, which has caused a still further depression in the market. MTELBOURNE, Friday noon; Tn? two bank robbers are to bo executed on Monday next. ADELAIDE, Friday afternoon. TILE ministry have resigned. Mr. Stow has formed a noew one.

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[?]ROPEAN AND AMERICAN NEWS. LONDON, May 26. [?]E CONFERENCE.—WAR PROSPECTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 23 July 1864

ROPEAN AND AMER?COAN NEWS. From the corr?spondent of the el?borne Agrus.) LoDnoX, May 26. - CONFERENCE. - WAll PROSPEC'rS. Shorizon darkens daily. A tempest is Ilontly near at hand. The English go Snmeont is draining the cup of humiliation ýits bitterest dregs; while the strain put n tile patience of the English peoplo is L.oming unendurable. The arrogance and naoity of Prussia, which increase with .ry fresh success; the unaccountable sub vioncy of Austria to the aggrandizing " icy of her-rival ; the duplicity and double !,ling of Russia, who is believed to have a rot understanding with her despotic ghbours; the roserved and equivocal at rdo of Franco'etho defection of Sweodon; , clamours of the German democracy for ti i dismomberment of Domnarlc; and the tgoring agony of that heroic little kting i n; make up a position of affairs that is Sl1 of peril to the peace of Europe. Even p mock Conforonco, which has hold its Sg intermittent sittings in London during , month, has but deepeno...

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LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 23 July 1864

LOCAL AND PROYINCIAL. PoLICE Rr roRT.-On Wednesday at the Goulbarn polico .court Mrs. Anne Elizabeth Lodge was charged with larceny. It seems that the defondant had been in the employ of Mr. Elias Robinson lato landlord of the Tarago Inn, and she was accused of stealing a few articles of childron's' dlotiiong, a look ing-glass &c. The case was dismissed as defendant declared that she had received the articles in ques tion as payment for her services as housekeeper to the defendant; and it appeared that no charge had been brought against her until she.had entered legal proceedings against defendant for slander. A stage carriage license was granted to Thomas Moran. -Yesterday. a slaughtering license was granted to Mr. Johis Mahon of the Breadalbano. Edward Stroyd charged by Ellen Cook with deserting his illegiti mate child did not attend. It appeared that the summons had not been served. The case therefore lapsed, but a warrant was issued for the defendant's apprehension. CHtl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 23 July 1864

FIRE INSURANCE. rOFFICE, corner of Pitt and Hunter streets, Sydney. Incorporated by Act of Council, 18 Viet., 1855. SYDNEY INSURANCE COMPANY. CAPITAL ............ £250o,00. DInecTons: T. C. BREILLAT, Esq., CIAIrMANd JOHN FAIRFAX. Eso., D)EPuTY-CAInRM.AN • Me. E.; IMUNIN.-. Esq. - THOMAS IIOLT. Es., ILL.A.. J. F. JOSEPHSON, Esq. .0 RICHARD JONES, Esq. . 'Surveyor-JAnMe s ilu?E Esq. :i ,:-Secretary-Mr. JOSEt. DYER." ThoeSydney Insuirance Company issuesi policies for protection, lgainst fire;. for, sums ranging, froin £100 to £10,000. The subiscribed ,capital is £250,000, 'with unlimited .liability 'of, a large and wealthy colonial propriettiry. Thu rates of Insuraince range from 39. per cent, to 6s5 6d. per cent, for-brick or stone dwellings, and from 4s. 6d. to 12s..6d. por cent. for brickor, stone shops,, stores, and places of business. Wooden buildings are charged special rates. Losses promptly settled. £40,000 has been paid by this Company for fire losses witbin the past eight yea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 23 July 1864

THE GOULBURN HERALD ts trhe oldest established journal in the southern distrlt i New South Wales, and for the last few years its Inoreased ' rulation has rendered It expedient to print it by steam. TEIO S Or SUnSCRIPTIox Clght shllllngs and sixpooence per quoternti seven shillings and sixpeonc if peid In dvance--that is p0 ous to the commencemeut of the quarter, Subscorniers ohterged only from tie time ofentering their namesn Orders to discontinuethe paper mst bh nccompoanlied I Payment In full up to the end of the current quarter, or try will not te attendod to. T 'e regulnar quarters end on the 3ltt 3faroh, 30th 3uneO;t Sope omber, and 31at December. Or AODOVTI8tNO - Advertisements are chargedr for at O following rates eoir Insertion :--For two linen of srpt' I four lines, 2.e; si lines, 2s. td.; eight lnes, or one lnc, every addltional irch, tn. 3d.; with on radutiou of onefou0i for thirteen Ltserlione, nand of onoe-third for treot ' Insertions. Advertis.entes will e reh .cicd up...

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DISTURBANCES IN GREECE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 23 July 1864

DISTURBANCES IN GREECE. The Canaris ministry has resigned. M. Balbi was called in, and formed a ministry as follows: President and .Minister of Finance,, M. Balbi; Minister of the Interior, M. .An gerino; Minister of ';Jstidb iihd . iiblic Worship, M. Papazaphirapulo; - Minister of War, M. Zimbrakaks; Minister of Marine, M. Canaris, jun., ; and Minister of Foreigw Affiirs, 3M. Caligas. Fresh disturbances had broken out subse quontly idt Athens. It was expected that the English and French men-of-war would land troops to protect the National Bank. Great oipbsition was manifested towards Count ,Sponnecck, the young king's private adviser. 'The now President of the National Assembly is the member who not long since brought forward a motion calling for the re tirement of Count Sponneck from Athens. According to a royal ordinance of the King of Greece, the figure. of St. George will henceforth appear on the colours of the Hellenic army. " The English garrison are to leave Corfu on the 3rd...

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GARIBALDI AND THE ITALIAN GOVERNMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 23 July 1864

GARIBALDI AND THE ITALIAN GOVERN MENT. In the Chamber of Deputies at Turin the honie budget came on for discussion. Signor Bargoni put a question respecting the seizure of the money at Signor Lemmi's, and of arms destined for the national cause. He spoke of General Garibaldi's journey, and of his patriotism, and asked whether and how the government intended to avail itself of the services of General Garibaldi and his party. On the following day, the Minister of the Interior, in reply to speeches from several members of the opposition, stated that it was not for the government to declare its intentions respecting General Garibaldi and his party; but that it was above all nuocessary to know how the general and his party intended to act.. The minister defended the policy of the government, and proved the necessity of seizing the arms and money in order to prevent painful occurrences. After the journey of Garibaldi to London-after the eulogy bestowed by Garibaldi on Eng lish institution...

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MONDAY ON THE DEATH OF THE LATE REV. ARCHPRIEST JOHN JOSEPH THERRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 23 July 1864

MONODY ON TITE D?EATIT OF TI!E LATE REV. ARIOUPRIEST. 1OIN JOSEPH TIIERRY. BY HUn T hA.ORAN. The summer waves upon a western shoro Pause without sound, henOath the parting day;- - Altho' amidst the wild Atlantic' roar They hold, unstayed, their proud majestic way, Bearing rich froughtago to the sunny bay : The winds, that oro God's gifts, so bold and froee, O'er mountaintop, thro' valleoy mnte and grey, And o'er the bosom of the turbulent son, Sink gently to their rest, upon somo grassy loa. How rich the good man's lifo l how great the boon I How vast the purpose, soon with eye sorone, Moving in radianco, like the silent moon, And giving beauty to each common sconeo; Swaying for good the wise, the proud, the moan, The poor, the rich, the stranger, and the friend God's agents are alike the wind unseen, The wave, that seems iteolf in vain to spond, The virtuous man, still constant to the end. How beautiful is death, when it comes down Upon charmed eyelids, like the balm of sleop, And ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 23 July 1864

:- STRALASIAN FREEMASONS' IIAi.L S: HOTEL, 191, Yorkstreet, Sydney ALFRED BRADFORD, proprietor. . % t '. FIRSTCL ASS ACCOMMODATION for gentle4 rpen. Private families will at this hotel find the com. f~tsof' home: . 1712 Produce Storees. E' SRS. DURIIAM ard IRWIN, are prepared `1' to recbivo iool, sheipskin?, tallow, lides, &r for sale by auction or prirately, at their'Prodce' flores, Ciculhr Qudty, Sydney. Liberal advances made on wool, sbeepskins, tallow, and hides consigned to them for sale or shipment. Circular Qiny. Sydney. 1293, DIXSON'S TWIST 1NEGBROOEBA D. THE demand for thlle above celebrated tobacco ' hav'ring hil~crto been so great t the manu facturer couild not supply above half of tleo applica tione, whercby many, being unable to procure it, were compelled to substitute inferior and trashy tobaccoes, manufactured not only in the colony, but ih the Northern States of America, he has now the pleasuro of informing the public that by arrange moent made wilt his Ameri...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 23 July 1864

TO CflRfIII'ON1ENTS. TilE CEOORWELL ALLTMENTS .-If Uplcatnion be mlade to thr minfstwrfor land*, and the e dc ,lhtlnce* puldt xplied;d, nofdouf' 110 )ill caurs thWE llonteuJOIIIOiWn lo Lw JIL utp for sale. ,\ ILUUSIJ)IA AND INuQITIER-lttCtiVCd Loo into fr Ito-Uday's ublicaltUio. lSt OUto 11911111 LIIa all io(Iu to the rlle tUat corre0lto lr todo*Ub ir tearlypublity.4U shouldj, sanld their onnounieationa cnrlU

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ELEANOR'S VICTORY. CHAPTER XLI. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 23 July 1864

ELEANOR'S VICTORY. BT THE AUTHOR OF LADY AUDLEY'8 SECRET, &0. IIhAPTER XLI. Wrirn the chill winds of February blowing in her face, Eleanor Monckton entered the wood between Tolldale and Mr. de Crespigny's estate. There were no stars in the blank grey sky above that lonely place; black masses of pine and fir shut in the narrow path upon either side; mysterious noises, caused by the capricious moaning of the winter wind, sounded far away in the dark recesses of the wood, awfully distinct amid the stillness of the night. It was very long since Eleanor had been out alone after dark, and she had never before been alone in the darkness of such a place as this. She had the courage of a youg lioness, but she had also a highly nervous and sensi tive nature, an imaginative temperament; and the solemn loneliness of the wood, resonant every now and then with the dismal cries of the night-wind was very teroible to her. But above and beyond every natural womanly feeling was this girl's de...

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(From the Home News.) THE WAR IN SCHLESWIG. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 23 July 1864

(From the Home XVer~.) TIE WAR IN SOHLESWIG. A nESrpATOl from Copenhagen gives the fol lowing particulars of the evacuation of Fredericia : General Lunding received orders for the evacuation of the fortress upon the 26th April, and immediately proceeded to their execution. Re endeavoured to induce the enemy to believe the entrenchment works were being continued, ordering the men to throw the earth they dug out high in the air. The evacuation, however, must have been betrayed by two deserters on the night of the' 27th; but it was the evening of the 28th before the Austrians made any move. The commandant left Fredericia on the morning of the 28th, after all the garrison had been.got off except three or four com panies. By desire of the commandant most of the inhabitants remained in the town, having nothing to apprehend either for their persons or property, as the occupying force consisted of Austrians, not Prussians. When Lieut.-Colonel Nielson quitted Fredericia with the last of the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 23 July 1864

Wanted, rTENDERS for the delivery of TWENTY TONS L of GOOD LIMESTONE per week, at the FITZROY IRON W)VlRKS. 1258 Wanted, OATEN OR WIIEATEN HAY. C. E. DRANSFIELD, Jembaicumbene Flour Mills, 1070 Nelr Braidwood. To Bullook-drivers. LIMESTONE in any quantity purchased at the FITZRnoY IRON' WORKS. 1257 Wanted, 10 IIRAD strong, powerful DRAFT GELD INGS, subject to a trial A good price, Iay from £15 to £20, will be given for anything young and museulur. Apply to 1326 FINLAY AND CO. Wanted to Purchase, 10(00 IlEAf D OF STORE 'CATTLE, from 2 to G years, in one or small lots. Apply to N. MANDELSON, 1329 Goulburn Hotel. 1MR. LONGFIELD begs to notify that he pur poses leaving Goulburn the beginning of Anuguet. 12s5 One Pound Reward. LOST between Geulburn and Gunning about two or three monthi nuco, A SMALThL BLACIK ARIAT , branded AM near shoulder, AP off shoulder, star in forehead, white aoout the ind feeoot. wVhoever will bring the same to A. PITTY, Wattle Grove, near Collector; or to S. IIYE...

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THE DERBY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 23 July 1864

THE DERBY. The Derby Day has come and gone. Lon don-at least, the pleasure-loving portion of it-;yesterday oent out of, town, and on Epsom Downs regaled itself in the usual demonstrative fashion. The day, though not very sunny, was fine. The great race was w'oin Iy Mr. I'Anson's horse, Blair Athol. The fortunate owner,of the winner has once before carried off the blue ribbon of the turf, the .winning animal on the former occasion being Blink Bonny, the dam of Blair Athol. The Prince of Wales was on the course and saw the race. The favourite horse, Geonoeral Pool, ran second.

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GOULBURN WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 23 July 1864

GOULIBUttN WIIOLESALI PRICE0 B CUIRRENT. Whear, 8S. 6d. to OE. 6d. 6. bushe1. Flor, flOo, 28 tY ton ; nr0l.,. £27. Pollard, ls. 4d. "T bushoel; or s. bhy theo olt too. ,oran, in. 4d. '0 bushel ; or is. by thoe aill ton. Bmreal, Ed to 7d. $R 2b. toat" Maioe, 4s. Od. to Os. o er buseol. hlorolJen. llogltst, to. Od. to 41. 0 bushel; Cnpoe, 2s. Gd. Oaritos. 4d. to 4s. ') b.*hel. Bn?, £3 10, to .£4 Os. 1 too. 6 Blttrr, treo . la. ' lb.; saot, 8d. t Od. Cheesre, 4d. 0 tb. laroo. td. to 6d. 't lb. Eogr, to. 00 dozen. Porttoror. 3. 0 rwt. Ounton, 100. to 12n. 10 out.; s rea ?0. Fao Cattlet, prttoe, Iromt £3 oa. to £4W O .; medumo,£2 to. to r3. Sh??p,. 12. to 15t. ?0 hoed. Pits, 3d. to 4d. 1 Ib. lrej (reta0l). 3d. to 4d. T Ilb. tdloton (rrtoet), 4d. 1, lb. Taltor. beef, £20 to £27 1 ton ; mutton, £28. Udlr, lto. to O., eooth. Shrelothlo. td.; wahotd' Id. lb. ,t , 'arrlneor 1 to--Sydnuy to (loulturlt, £4 10. to £5; Goul burn to Sydney, L3to £I 10s.: Ooulblorr to tLarbltg Ftot, £ 5 to £0 ootbu...

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THE CONFERENCE [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 23 July 1864

THE CONFERENCE The members of the Conforonceo upon the affairs of:Denmark assembled at the official residence of the First Lord of the Treasury on May '4, but very little progress was made towards the solution of theo' questions upon which'they'hid met to deliberate. 'Not even the;preliminary difficulty of'an armistice was adjusted.' Th'e' representatives of 'the bolli gorent'po~wers accepted the proposhls of the neutral powers only that they inight be trainsmitted to their respective governments, and :the 'Conferencb was then adjourned uhtil'MTay 9.'! Theo Conference re-assembled at 1 o'clock on "-fay 9; All the plenipoteotiaries were present; The first business broughlt forward was the communication to be made by the representatives of Denmark, conveying the reply from their government' to the des patches of May 4, on the subject of the armistice. The? discussion lasted more than three hours. Ultimately it was resolved that hostilities should be suspended for the space of one' mon...

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NAVAL ENGAGEMENT BETWEEN THE AUSTRIANS AND THE DANES. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 23 July 1864

NAVAL ENGAGEMENT BETWEEN THE AUSTRIANS AND THE DANES. A. telegram was received' at the' colonial office on]May 9, to the offdct that at 2 o'clock p.m. on that day there wd s:' naval eng-ige: mont, six miles oast of Holigoland; botwiooi three Austrian frigates and throoe guhaboats. and threooDanish frigates and one corvette. A later telegram announced that the Danes were victorious; thait' an Austrian frigate was in flames, and the other frigaites, with the gun-boats, wore maling for Heligolaid. The Aurora was there. The following are the particulars of this engagemont, which took place while the conference was sitting ii London, airrangin' the terms of A truceo:- ' The' . Austrian' 'frigateo Schwarzenberg opened the proceedings by firing three blank shots, which were unanswoeed by the Daubs. After this waring Captain Toggetoff, taking the Schwarzouborg well -in between the Danish frigates,: the Niols. Juol and the Dagmar, 'handling his ship' as Admiral L yons was wont to do thli Aga...

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