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COMMERCIAL. GOULBURN, Friday 10 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 6 August 1864

COIMMER2 CIAL. GOULBURN, Friday 10 p.m. WurAT AND Frovun.-At Conolly's MIill:--Fine flour, £28 per ton ; seconds, £27; if less than half ton, Is. per 100 lb. extra. Pollard Is. 8d. per bushol roetail; bran, Is. 4d. per busholrotail. Wheat, 8s. Gd. to Os. Gd. per bushol. At EEnmnuol' 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 bushel, accord ing to sample ; bran and pollard, Is. 8d. per bushel. A?rnosr.ucs' lItroncrs.-IMtossrs. P. Dignam and Co. report :-Fat Cattlo.-Thoe market continues firm and cattle of prime quality are in demand by the trade and also by wholesalo buyers. We have not placed any this week, but have a lot of a capital brand for tlhis morning. Store Cattlo.--Wo have sold 500 loead equal sexes, 2 to 5 years, at 30s., sub ject to approval; but we believe the owner is giving delivery at Is. loss. To the same party we sold an other lot of 600 equal sexes, 2 to G years, at 30s., but they have no...

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TOTAL LOSS OF THE MISSION BARQUE JOHN WILLIAMS, ON DANGER ISLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 6 August 1864

3TAL LOSS OF THE MISSION BARQUE IOlIN WILLIAMS, ON DANGER ISLAND. (From the 4. H. Herald.) r the arrival of thie brig Lalla Rookh, with the crow d passengers of the John Williams, we have re d the followilrg particulars respecting the un tunato loss of the above-named ship, which has on furnished by Captain Williams, from his lol: fay 15tli.-Noon, N.WV. wind, weather clearing; ca Puka, on Danger Isles, bohere N.N.W., distant 0 miles; the S.W. point of roof bouring west about 0 miles. 2.30 p.m., light breeozos, N.N.W. cloar , tacked to the N.E. 4, and tacked to the S.W. 5, ked to the N.E., and rounded the S.W. reof at weon throo and four miles' distnmeo. 0, light ozo. 7.30, tacked to tihe west. 8.30, the IN.E lnd bore E.N.E., distant throo and a half miles; lnight, light baffling winds, cahln at times. Ilonday, 10th.-Light airs oft the land, calm at ee, with fine clear weather. 0.30, wore to the .S.W. and S.W. ; light broozes from the N.N.W.; light airs filling the sails; tried to st...

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SYDNEY SUMMARY. THURSDAY afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 6 August 1864

SYDNEY SU?JMAIIY. TuunssnAY afternoon. Ttin supplementary commission of the peace ap peared in a supplemont to the Government Gazette issued yesterday. It seems really to be what was announced semi-officially in the Herald, namely as morely containing the names of gentlemon in the neighbouring colonies of Victoria, Queensland, South Australia, and Tasmania, who have boon recommended (upon the invitation of the colonial secretary) by their respective governments as eligible persons to be placed in the Now South Wales com mission, for the purpose of performing, in their respective localities, any required magisterial ser vices in connection with this colony. The supple mentasry commission also contains some names omitted from the geonoeral list, but they are very few in number. It will thu be seeon that it does not at all come up to the expectations that were generally entertained of it. It was fully expected that a very great number'of names would appear-somo two hundred at the least...

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LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. BRIDGE AT THE OLD TOWNSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 6 August 1864

LOCAL AJiD PRO1?VNIAL. BRIDGE AT THE OLD TOWNSHIP. Tuc meeting called to consider the subject of the bridge over tile Wollondilly at the Old Township, Goulburn, took place on Wednesday at Mir. toe Alister's, Strathaird Arma, Taralga Road, and was attended by upwards of fifty persons, the wholo rf them much interested in the matter. Mr. George Martyr was called to the chair and opened the business by explaining the reason of their being called together, pointing out that it was a mooted question as to the advisability of having more than one bridge at some contralpoint, but that it remained for the meeting to take their own views of the case, and act accordingly. Hoe then called Mr. P. Dunn to move the first resolution That It is absolutely necessary that under tle ealstiag state of the crossing over the Wolloudilly ftiver, a bridge ehould be erected at the Old eewnstil,, ffoulburn, for whiceh a eRu of £1000 has been already voted by the legislature. In seconding this resolution ltr....

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NATIONAL EDUCATION. To the Editor of the Herald and Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 6 August 1864

NATIONAL EDUCATION. To the Editor of the IIHerald an Chronicl. "S",-As yott have stated in your paper of WVc day last that for the present you must close th( cusion on education, I shall not press my o farther. In the matter of religious teachin' national glohools, your correspoodents, Bushmar Patron, admit aJ undoubted principles what I sider by no means admissablo. But I now only to ask you to correct two mistakes itl printing of my lettor, which would make it false and ridiculous. The words "boing so interwoven with the that they cannot be removed without its abandonment," placed after the quohtation " wit. take care that no children be present at any roll instruction or oexercise, except those whose pr consent to their being present," ought not to . boen.thoro at all. In the samo paragraph in?t "monthly," read " motley." Yours truly, OLD LIG c

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COOMA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 6 August 1864

COOMA. (From a correapondlnt.) KIOwAN's CAss.-V-oforo P. J. J. Clifford, E J.1'. Tie Quoon v. O'Donohoo, for illegally sh, ing Mr. Jnames Kirwan, was commenced on Mon" and concluded on Tuesday afternoon. Mr. J Gannon of Goolburn appeared for the prosocutit Mr. A. J. Freestone for the dofonco. Soven r ncoses wero examined for the proseoution, and like number for the dofoenco. Mr. Clilff' stated he would reseorve his decision until after had communicatod with the Attorney-G.tc Four constabloes wore xamined, and they all s? that every moans had boon taken to approh Kirwan, but without suceoss, as he always got av Tho case caused groeat excitoment in Cooma. Tun Now Cos?t?ssrore.-Tho people of Co are very much inoonsod by the Martin mini excluding Mr. Alexander Montaguo from the c mission of the peaco, although one gentleman has not sat on the bench for several yearo allowed to remain on. A meeting is likely ti hold in reference to the sbjoect. IKrhcAu .-From a private letter we learn th...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 6 August 1864

MARLRIED, On the 3rd August, at Nattai, by the Rev. G. Lane, Wesleyan minister, CHARLES, eldest son of WILLIAM SHELLEY, Esquire, of Goulburn, to fAIYr, oldest daughter of WVILLIAM TIIIs:Y, Esquire, of Nattai. No cards. SATURDAY, UGUST , 18 . SATURDAY, AUGUST 6, 18864.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 10 August 1864

Argyle Agricultural and Horticul tural Society. f1fIlE GENERAL MEETING of membehrs of the L Argylo AL ricultural and Hlortihultural Society will he held at the Salutation on TIIUI)SDAY. lth instant, at 2 o'clock, for the purpose of electinc a committeo for thle ensuing year, and submitting the annual report. The retiring committoe are requested to meet an hour earlier, A. G. FINLAY, 1422 lion. See. Tarago.--Notice. SUBSCHIBERS to the Herald nod Chronicle ro o? iding at Inveraleochy, Tarago, and hnro are respectfully requested in future to make their pay ments direct to the publishing offico. Diocesan Depot for Bibles, Prayer Books, Tracts, &c. IfilIS depbt for the D)iocese of Goldburn woas opened on SATURIIDAY. JULY 23, for the sale of Bibles, P'rayer Books, Tracts, and other relitious publications. The members of the Church of England, in the Diocese, and all others who are interested in the circulation of Christian and usefuli books, will ind in the Depht a large nssortnen...

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AMERICA.—NEWS TO JUNE 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 10 August 1864

AMERICA..-NEWS TO JUNEt 7. TPr. bnrquo Clodion, Capltin Phillips, brings Cli-. tornion lospra to tho th of TJnno, ond from WRash inglon and Now York to tho 7th. On Tocdsny, the 7th of Jone, thie Union National Convention assembled at 1i3ltimoro to nomrinate a President nlld Vico-Preosidont of t13 United StatesIc for toe four ?enra commenocinlg Marotch I, 18u5. We loarn from a relilalo sourco that, on the 9th a tulgrophic m enss.0g ws reciolved in an Fl'ranncisco, rnnouncing talt Abraham Lincoln Ihatd hoeen ro nomnlltetd. The Evening Ililotin mntlions that a great majority of tihe Stoates, and ia very largo nnmber of tlieo dolegates to the Convoention, ihad oxpressedo their preference or iledged themselves to labour for the ro-nomination of Abrahmnt Lincoln for Prosidoent.: .'lho most prominent candidafo in opposition wnas Secroiary Chaso; but so soon an Ohio declareod its preferenco for Lincoln, Chano poromptorily forbade thu further oao of his -nnmo in tho matter. Tihe Daily Alto C...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 10 August 1864

Wanted, ULLOCK TEAMS, to convoy a quantity of .L hy from Mr. Cntmore's, Inveraloohy, to JoTembaieumbene, near Branidwood. Apply by lotter, stating rate per ton, to GEORGE SUMIMERS, Post-oilleo Stores, 1427 Jombaicumbene. One Pound Reward if Strayed; Four Pounds if Stolen. ('NE BAY IIORSE, bloe down face, branded U Wt) near shoulder, collar marked and saddle marked, too hind feet white. Payabla on delivery to MnR. JONES, Breadalbano Plains. 1428 FREDK. NICKLES. Ono Pound Reward. LOST, from George Ticehulrst' butcheor's shop on Monday, SEVEN SLIPS of PIGS and TWO LARGE PIGS. Whoever will deliver them or give information' of their wheroeabouts to GEORGE TICEHURST, shall receive the above reward. 1345 Kerosene Oil. A4 CASES of KEROSENE OIL, "Comot" '-J] brand, on sale at R. H. BLATCHFORD'S, 1429 ahnchesteoir House. Bible Society. .lIBE collectors are respectfully requested to send I in their lists on or before the 13thl instant. HENRY H. GAUD 1 on.. 1430 WILLIAM DAVIES, Ion. Scretrios. ...

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NEW GRENADA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 10 August 1864

NEW GRENADA. Tile Panama Star of 25th MIay supplies the fol lowing itemsa of newa On the 31st of April, about 11 a.m., whilst the French Consul was oengaged in conversation with MIr. Salszar y niezzarodo, tie Spanish commissioner to Peor, a mob of native citizens attacied tlhe con solato, beating tin pots, throiwing stones and other missiles at tie house, shouting out the most insult oing epithets, and in fileat giving tihe consul a regular charivari. , Tie conasul was alter a time obliged to close his dsors to avoid danger, and at the same time hoisted his flag over tile consulate. Weopresoto tihe object of the nob was ito express their indlgnation iat tlhl proceedings of the ?Spalish in P ,ru. T'lis uorni tio (Ssaurdiy) iMr. Slarlo left Panoamlll shortly after fo o'clock In Ia lund-clr, being afrnaid to wait for the regoular traini, lest hIe should meet with personal violoellce l tle hlands of thie nlob. tlr. )o Zotner, the consul, is highly respected in Panluna. In a card publish...

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CALIFORNIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 10 August 1864

CALIFORNIA. Tin: Daily Alta of the .th says: -The amount of roin which fell ill Sacramento during the month of [May was greater in proportion than for any other month of thle sason. Tile total rain for the season sums up to 7.093 inocheo, being about twelve inches less than the evorago. The same paper thus notices tile proposed oxtor mination of the Apachcs:-On the 10th instant. about a thousand men are to takelo tihe field for-the purpose of exterminating the Apaohes. General Carlton, oni that day, will send 500 soldiers from Albuquorquoe, Governor Pesquiora 200 from Sonora, the citizens of Tucson 130 men, and miners in the Walkcr and Weaver mines 200. Tihe parties from Tucson and Sonora will, on their way, pass through the country of the Pimo, Papago, and IMaricopa Indians, who, together, will probably add 300 men to the expedition, for all these tribes are firm friends of the whlites, and deadly enemies of thoe Apaches. Thus, the total strength, according to the agreeomant and ca...

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, Tuesday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 10 August 1864

rTiELEGRiAPIHIC INTELLQENCJ [PForO oUR COliRL8P1'ONI)ENTB. • SYDNEY, Tuosday night. TjHE RInic Of Now South Wllo8 havo paid ovor to Mr. N?sh the mnount of tho choquo forgod by Gust. Tho Iartillery ha?vo roturnod from Now Zooland. Broadstuont still unsottlod.

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LATER FROM NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 10 August 1864

LATER FROM NEW ZEALAND. W e have Auckland papers, nor the I. R. H. Co.'s steamer Prince Alfred, to thoelst of August. The Da)ily Southern Cross, in its monthly sum. mary for England, remarks that the dark cloud which has so long hung over Now Zealand is at length breaking. The criisi has paused, end we can now look forward to the futuro with confident hopo of prosperity- and peaco. Not that peace is aun ftil accomtli by any means. But there are sigtnst of peace which cannot be siistakon, and we lookl upon them with peculiar pleasure. The Tauranga natives harevo given in tlheoir nlldhosion to the crown, as many us 150 man lhaving voluntarily surrendered, and signed tile declaration of allegiance to the Quueen on thie 25th ultito, beforo Colonel Greor, of ithea 68th Light Inantry, commantding. Two hundred stand of rebols' arms have boon given up. Amongst these converted rebels are tle principal chiefs of Tauranga: Enokal, nephew of Rawiri; Hori Ngati, of th Ngaoetoerangi tribeo; Pono ...

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THE DEATH OF MR. KIRWAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 10 August 1864

TIUE DEAThI OF dR. KrlwA?N? TOSO hOearing of thO inquiry intto the chrgO against Sorgeant O'Donoghno, wao resumoed at thoe (oomn police court on Mondoy the lst instant, as noontiofod in our last. 'rho followiug is tho dtonaro Mercury's foil report : Oharlos O'Donoghuo, sooior-sorgeont of police, appeared to answer to a choarge thUt he did, on tho oeoninog of the 2iet of Juno, 1801, unlawfully kill and murdor one Jauers l~iroaoo. It will be in thu rocollrc~ioou of our readers that this oloorga had Lbetotolotrool upon some woees since, ;nd hod bhon posoooloocl on two occusions to allow thu prisoner lime to procuro leoal assistanco. Mr. A. S. trceetone tow alo.ppiaredl to defond O'Donoghuo; lar. Jolhn T. Guoo,,n, assisted bly dir. Girord, con ductotl prodthu atlooion. On each occasion of this caso beaing brool.t l eoforo thu otndh the court was filled with spacl)t?orn, who ooenemd deeply interested iii thu lproccdiugs. dIr. annmon, in olooniog the case, oxprcssed his rogrot for thue po...

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SYDNEY SUMMARY. MONDAY afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 10 August 1864

SYDNEY SiUMMIARY. Msoxuea afternoon. IMu. CowIno's party, under the, to them, balmy influence of the new commission of tile peace, is once more showing signs of vitality. This won derful commnission is a perfect godsend to them. They are in high spirits, and full feather; and anticipate once more being on the treasury benches without tile ordeal of a general election. And so they will. Mr. Robertson's acceptance of the presi dency of the New South VWales branch of the Irish National League will much tend to increase that gentleman's popluburity. If I might venture to predict the order of pro coduro next session it will be thus:-On the first practicable occasion after the meeting of parliameont a direct voto of censure will be moved and carried. The ministry will thereupon reconmomnd a dissolu tion, to which the Governor will refuse to agree. Theroeupon Mr. Cowper will be sent for and will form some soch ministry as the following :--Colonial secretary and premier, Mr. Cowper; secreta...

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GOULBURN WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 10 August 1864

GOOULttUltN W.1I0128Ea4,OP2I"t1tOll CUItItIONT. tVheot, 8t. Id. to 00. Oil. '? buotot. I'loo.r, tloo, £28 b ton; .ooro.tI£.. 7. t'tlor-d, lo. 4t1. 2 btitbelt; 0r lo. by Olbo bltl too. Iooro, Io. 4d. lb buhelo ; or? . by th1 bltl ton. Bltror, db. to 7d. bO 2-lb. lboo. Maoboe, 4o. prr blotdll. fl~lrl. o nliogli,, tO. .id. to 4.o ? buhlel; Calpo, 2. Oild. O Oil, '--? . to 102. Oil. 20 Illl'ht]. IIao, £3 to. to £4 10u. lb ton. BlertI., OroobI .t lb.; toll, O, to . I. Clhe?,4, It.. l lb. Itacoo. Oil. to Od. . lb. £Bgo. lB dOoen. Porltoro, os. to 3b. Ot.2 0E0t Olotoo, ]o,?. to 22o. l(b oort.;o r?cnc. F?at Ctltle, prmo, I froto Lb t0. to £4l 10s. meoloum,,£2 It. to £2. Sheol,. 12,. to 1 0e. o?.head P :l?. hi. to 4d. 0 Ib. cJ(oretol), ltd, tot 4,. lb. Muttoon (rtoll), 4i. 00 lb. Tatlon, beeoo, £2 to £27 lb too ; mtton,0 £28. OIbflets,. to o. eotot,. bl?eosbkins, Oil.; washer| 74. ' lb. Ctrtlago l ton--Sytltey to Ootulhuro, £4 10s. to £1;tooul-: tlrnto Oyoltoy, £3 to £1 boo.; (oolbotto to Lo...

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GUNDAROO. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 10 August 1864

GUNDAIO. (From ouar corredpondcnt.) Accnso.Vo to advertisement, a meeting took place in the township on Sditirday last, when resolutions wore passed and a petition adopted to have the atton tion of the government drawn to the state of the roads betwoeen here and Collector; also the roads from here to Gunning, and from here to Yass, via the Yass Riover; than to have them proclaimed as the government roads and put in repair. If this is done it will prove of great servico to all concerned, making tlhe road to Collector a good road; whicl can never be done over the Lake, and shortening the distance twelve miles. The meeting was not as well attended as it might have been had more notice of it been given; but I am certain that the number of names that will be attached to the petitions will show the government that it is a unanimous wish to have the said roads put in repair. Since the meet ing, V. It. MIe Carthy, Esq., J.P., has passed over the Miarkeod Troee line, and sent a dray with two...

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

COAMMERC1A L. GOULBUIBN, Tuesday 10 p.m. WHEa T AND FLoua.-At Conolly's Mill :--Fino flour, £28 per ton; seconds, £27; if less. than half ton, ls. per 1001b. extra. P'ollard ls. 8d. per bushel retail; bran, Is. 4d. per bushoelrotail. Whoeat,O 8s. 6d. to Os. Gd. per bushol. At Emanuol's Mill:---Fine flour £28 per ton; seconds, £27; if less than half-ton, 1s. per 1001b. extra. Whoat, 8s. Gd. to Os. Gd.por bushel, accord ing to sample; bran and pollard, Is. 8d. per bushel. SYDNEY, Mionday afternoin. We have had numerous arrivals during the past day or two, amongst them the Olodian, from San Franclisco, wvith breadstutfs. The Californian flour market was dull, and a slight decline in prices had taken place. bhe Empire says :-Amongst the numerous arrivals during Saturday and yesterday, are the Breadalbano and Star of sEvo, from Java, with 2702 bags sugar, 50134 bags rico, 33356 bundles rattans, 316 bags popper; the MIaid of Judah, from London, withl a general cargo; and tihe barque Clodi...

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(From another correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 10 August 1864

(From anotheor correspondent.) A public meoting was held at Mr. Joseph Edgar'o public-houseao at Gundaroo, to take proliminary stopo to urge upon the government the necessity of im proving the communioation betweon Collector and Gendaroo by way of Lake Georgo. MIr. Aloxander Fraser of Guodaroo, storekeeper, was unanimously called to the chair. It was moved by Mr. Edgar seconded by Mr. Vileo, and carried unaninmously That thbs meeting Is uononoouoly of opinion that the route between Collector and Oundaroo stands in urgent need of im provement, oad tlat its peresent condition ts a great obsteclo to traffic and prosperity of tilt district. MIovod by Mr. Viles seconded by Mr. J. Smith, and carried unanimously That the route o y nayof lne Geeorge affords unuunal focili ties for ulmproemeot u inaesmuch asn tec an ample su pld y ot atone it for th formation of Mo al nit along the lenaawy; and that during three mile of tle said road there is a nuan tity of metal already brole, hiel only reu...

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