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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 10 August 1864
TO CORniRSPOhnNDVNTS flSCtR~ofr~.-Ror,,ir~d onij Onfoodrny. It, itrritot ioh. TO) 8tJIISi(OIflfllih I, nn ' t to It nte peatonga no' intlEndI to adropt a planl whIcr it thereeeolpt oJ retalttaneesr in, thisJ eeta,,,nl (,ilntd of Orp Ilettr. lttnnatlrrict It eleoctvn irtn A. A. linnn, En:I., Aihotyl C1i; front Jio. hlln, Iloaltnoml od ic oahenllant, ~li Its, hi.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 10 August 1864
AUSTRALASIAN FREEMASONS' HALL A MOTEL, 191, York-street, Sydney: ALFREDI) BRADFORD, proprietor. FIRST-CLASS ACCOMIMODATION for gentle men. Private families will at this hotel find the com. folts of a home. 1712 Produce Stores. I'ESSRS. DURIIAM and IRWIN are prepared yJ to receive wool, shecpshins, tallow. hidos, &ce., for sale by auction or privatecly, at their Prodco Stores, Circular Quay, Sydneoy. Liberal advances nmalde on wrool, sheepskins, tallow, and hides consigned to them for sale or shipment. Circular Qouay, Sydney. 1293 DIXSON'S TWIeT1 dEPGOHEAD. THE demand for the abovo celebrated tobacco Shaving hitherto been so great that the manu facturer could not supply above half of the applica ions, whlcrely many, beiig luiable to procure it, were compelled to substitute inferior and trashy tobnaeoes, manuficturedt not only in the colony, but in the Northern States of America, he has now the pleasure of informing tile public that by arrange ments made with his American agen...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 10 August 1864
IT was stated in our Sydnoy tologramun in Saturday's issue that it was inteonded to give a monstor coinplimontary banqueot to Mr. Cowpor. W'hy has this particular time boon chloson ? It is not that the ministeor has just retired from offico; it is not that he has any groat measure before the country; it is not at the close of a soession through which ho has fought a good light; it is not at the commncomo nt of a now one, wlrhon his ehampionslhip on bohalf of any groat princi rlo is nooeeded, and his hands requiro strongthoning; it is not that he is retiring flrom political lifo. No ! it is none of those. It is that his opponents have just startled and frightoned and exasporated the country with a now comnmission of the peaco. )Doubtless if anyofio in England, 'not im mediately connected with tihe colony, were to troublo hiimself about our social and political questions, it would surprise liizi to find so much importanco attached to this matter. It might appear to ]him that it was of...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 10 August 1864
* 3)]ED, O tho 31st July, from fvoer, at tho residenco of lher Ipar?nts, 3iurrangong *hotpital, SusANv , the bh, loved and only daughlter ofA ra .In anl d ]ni exl. l ]3rson, nged 23 years. Sho in not dead but sleopoth. W NE SDY, AUt UST 10, t101.L W\EDNESD)AY, AUGUST 10, 1oot..
LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 10 August 1864
LOCAL AND PRO VINOCIAL. CoLLLecTo CourT or P1TrY ESSIONso.-Ou FrLi day the monthly sitting of the court of potty sessions was hold at Collootor, thoe magistrates in attendance being J. Allman, Esq., polico-magistrate of Goulburnl, and J. W. Chieolm, Esq. The fol lowinlg cases wore disposed of':--laryAnn Qhilvers, for making use of obscene languago in the stroot, was fined five slillinge.-Jamoaes Tumlnborso, for trca pass and driving horses off tho run of the Hon. T. A. lourray, was filnoed ton shillings and costs.-Manr tbha Simpson, landlady of the White Horose Inn, for selling spirituous liquors at illegal hours, was fined fivoe hillings and costs.-Soveral summonses for next court day were granted. ' COUrr or 1'PTrY SCSSIOSx AT GxNINSx.-Thl0 polico-mogistrato of Goulburn attended at Gunning on Saturday lost for the purposo of disposing of any blsincss which might be brought before the bench. Thoere wore, hoovoever, no cases for adjudication. SrnAxoo IHALLOarsaTxrO.-W.sVith rofeoren...
MAGNA EST VERITAS, ET PREVALEBIT. To the Editor of the Herald and Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 13 August 1864
lIAGNA EST YER1TAS, ET PR2EVALEIT. To tho flltor o' thI fcralW nd llhronlcl. Sll,--A corrol po)olldlt, "Ob?olrvor," in Wodnesday'o Arg~o stoteu that the lRev. O. F. Lillingston, incum bt of Yass, "recently applied to thie lmagistrates hero for the use of the Queon's court-house, to oliver a lecturo on what he calls Popury and dolatry." T'h truth of thi Ltautomont 1 most dmhll tically deny. "Obsorver" has boon tdoubtllos oniold by a rale rod lying roumour. 1 challoenge lin or alilly Oo, to onmoo tlie nmogistrato or ulngis .rates to whom uch application wao mado. C. DE IlUPESCIYBSA, BA. Y'ns, ?ugust 11th.
THE NEW COMMISSION. To the Editor to the Herald an Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 13 August 1864
'TilE NEW COMMItSSTON. Ta the DIthuro in' ton1he Hea am Chrnoonie. in. ETorrn:n,-Ailow mu to crovo your indullginco for a simnall cornar in your pinipur in nohich to ro pIrintint what we conuidhor ht,'ro a prodigious graiv inca catiriVl. I pcatirol that for nll our patishning the guovrn mint to hIavo a mnndginthrnto nppointcI nt T'arolga (on 'tis suldotn wo troublo thum for onythiing at nll at oll, on little no it is wa inatik, it's n long tuno w hovr to woit before we cnnl git id), we hlava boon complntoly ov'croouhed in thu iaunaing iv thu now commii sioun iv the paino; nud throth id ts morn do orvirn' iv the anion iv an usooiasion thnt anio, for thur~ no many in' nuid namo ln ihoutl iv hi, und moro bctuk~on a gaunt nuny iv ttiia thalt conitn rank acid rouno iv thue ahult thot wro ltft in id. hut mnyho thgof"v"urui nnt in carrying ot thoir aculbanc iv oartn' tiao thoug'ht lit to rudinna toh nnoir iv nuidgiibrallco by~ way iv ~cunumintini' tim bunnur iv tin cu tir aO1IIIS r maybo t...
QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 13 August 1864
QUEANEBYAN. (From theo qucanbeyan A4e.) AN accidont of a moot holoking naturo, resulting in llo almost in lontnnooua death of ono Poter Kano, lhappened in Monaro-strcot, on last Monday after noon. The decoased was a man about thirty yearo of ago, and up to tho period of Iis death had beeoon in the employ of Mr. Do Salia, Cuppacumbalong, by whom ho wits ont in company with a fullow-oervant named Poter Bronnan vwith wheat to Draidwood. Each man had chargo of a dray and bul.ocka, and on each dray thoro wio about thirty-live cwt. Tloy loft homo on Saturday morning last, and ar rived at Quoauboyni between twelvo and one on Monday, when each man had a glass of grog at atn inn, and then separated and wont aboutsomo busi nea. Iueccoased was uboeqoontly Beontho worse for drink, and while Bronnan was having his dinner at the Oddfollows' Arms Inn, deceased came and at tempted to drive both teams towards the bridge. lronunan detained hia own team, and decensod drove his over the bridge. Ho afto...
LOWER MURRUMBIDGEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 13 August 1864
LOWER MURRUMBIDGEE. (From our correspodeint.) "WVATM! WVator I overywhero" may bo reported nas of late Ito stato of the Lower Mlurrumbitdgoo. With out any very largo fall of rain the river has bcen higheor than it has beeoon known to be since 1853. This must havo been in consequenco of hoavy rains on ti miountninH. Scarcoly any station has escaped without some inconvenience, but the losses I am happy to any have not boon of a very serious nature. 'Iho river and crooks aro now slowly falling to their regular lovoel. One steoamor from Adoelaido has al ready visited us, and more are expected. No very marvellous results 'havo followed upon the alleged discovery of gold. Wo heoar more of preparations made by enterprising or speculating publicans and storokoopers than any actual good done by.the five or six who still continue to work on. You have done good service by your strictures on the now commission of the peace. Those who, in the course of a public duty, profess to be guided by fixe...
SYDNEY SUMMARY. THURSDAY afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 13 August 1864
BYDlNEY SUBIlARlY. THIUIsDAY aflornoon. AN extraordinary libel case-(Bailey v. Fairfax and Sons) commenced in the Suprome Court this morn ing beforo His Honor the Chief-justice. The alleged libel was contained in the Sydney Morning Hoerald of M[ay 1th, in a leader roferring to the forgeries thon being committed in this city, and moentioning a caso published in Townsond's Stato-trials, of a Rov. Dr. Bailoy, whoso covotousness led him to forgo a document for the purpose of obtaining a legacy, and for which he was convicted and sentenced to trans portation for life. Hardly, however, had the paper boon publishcd, when a parson fornnorly a member of the Roman Catholic Church, but who afterwards crami boforo the publio as an indopondant ministor of the Church of EngLand, oassurts t;m no is Lim party referred to in tlo extract quoted by the S. M. aorald; and his character boing injured he at once commoncOd legal procoodings to recover damages, vhbich ho laid at .£5000. Mlosors. Darvall and...
DOWN ALONG THE RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 13 August 1864
DOWN ALONG THE RIVER. (De' the Dunsttan correspondenrt of tIe Otao Deaily Timcs) TirH next morning I found tho inhabitants of this semi-amphibious looking place early astir. Travellors wore coming in from various directions along tlho various trails which stretched a snake-like course across a groat plain, surrounded on either side with lofty and snow-capped mountains; each little knot of men, as they journeyed along Indian file fashion, was accompanied by either one or more horsoe carrying a large heavy pack, consisting of tile usual hetorogeneous mass of luggage constituting a digger's household goods and stock-in-trade; whilo thoso whoso worldly accumulations did not permit the luxury of a beast of burden, carried tho goods themselves, and trudged along with thleir heads thrust through coils of blankets, to whichl, in convenient positions, were sus pondod tin kettles, frying-plans, dishes, and other necessary requisites of a gold-sooeeker. As wood is so scarc in this part of the ...
FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 13 August 1864
FRANCE. Governmmont again dofeatead in the oleo tions for tile Councils-goeneral by tho demo cratic party The government is so alarmed tlhat domi ciliary visits are being mado all over France. The Councils-gonoral havo no political fanctiolns, but express opinions which it is legal to publish; honce the anxioty of the exocutivo. Tho Japanese ambassadors suddenly loft Paris. It is said they have boon recallod to their own country.
LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 13 August 1864
LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. IxS'ULTtIO LANovAE.-At the Goulburn polico court yesterday, John Mariano Mulnoz appoared to answer the complaint of Joseph Collins, for using insulting language on the 10th August in Auburn street wheroby a broach of the peaco might be oc casioned. Mr. Gannon appeared for the complainant and Mr. Walsh for the defenco :-Joseph Collins deposed: On the 10th I had some conversation with defondant in Auburn-street Goulburn; defendant said ho wanted to seo me; I said I had boon to his place, and found my trousers wore not dono; dofond ant said that he had plenty of work to do for Sergeant oenton, and could not do them; I said I was going to Sydney on Sunday, and would give him till Friday; he said he could not do thom this week; I said I must take the stuff away; ho called me a -- impostor; he said "you b-- usurer do I owo you anything ;" I said no, and that I asked him for nothing except my stuff; I said "you must be drunk to insult me in this way;" he called mo a b...
VICTORIAN FARMING. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 13 August 1864
VICTOIIAN FARMING. (1'rom5 toe Mclbourte Argus.) To tako stock at the close of the year and acnt upon its results, whether favourabloe or the reverse, is one of the chief marks which distinguisheod the true man of business from the adventurer. It is not pleasant, just when the heart is most inclined to throw off its cures and be merry, to pin oneself in the chair of.retrospection, and find the balance all on the wrong side, when we had made sure it was on the right. But as a rent is better than a darn, so anything is more safe, either with an individual or a people, than to shut one's eyes to a patent evil, and go upon Mr. Micawber's plan, that something will turn up. Mr. Archer'sbluo-book is the periodical bolus which we have to take, and if the taste be occasionally nauseous, still it is all for our good. Just now our national slhop boolcks present a balance in which, thoughl upon the whole as good as could be expected, some items look decidedly queer. Our trade is pretty right, o...
DENMARK. COPENHAGEN, June 20th. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 13 August 1864
DENMARK. COpENHrAoG, lme 20011t. Thoe Rigrnad was oponod to-day by the Prsidont of the Council, who read a speech from the tlhrone, which contained the follow ing passagos:-" The throatening crisis of the athorland, and th oexpenditure nceeos sary for the continuation of the war, have caused this convocation of the Rigsrnad. W'o havo recently loarned for how little the clearest right reckons in Europe, and how isolated wo are. *ro, thorofore, acceded to the painful sacrifico of the country. south of the Schless-ig-theo nomy demands moro; hut we reply negativoly, being convinced that tho people agreo with us. May God grant that at least in a certain placo, the sympathy for us may grow into active su)port." Tolograms from Vienna state that Austria and Prussia are willing to accopt an armis tico for not loss than two months; but DeIsnmark will not hear of concessson or com pc-oiso. The Gorman papors spoak confidently of the possibility of war with England. At the last sitting of the co...
TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE SYDNEY, Friday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 13 August 1864
ZELEGRlAPF?HC INTELLIGE1NCEI [FIO.i OUR COIRRlllESPONDNTS.] SYDNEY, Friday night. TrEDrnu for thl construction of a line of tolograph from Quoanboyan to Cooma havo boon called for by the government. In the libel caos Dr. Bailey v. thi Sydney Morn ing IIrald the jury havo returned a verdict for thi plaintiff-damages £100. A further list containing flftoon now magistrates has boon gazotted. Mr. James Hassall, of Gunning, is among the number. . Tho Northam loft Melbourne at oloven last night. Flour is .6 per ton lower; and mail advicos in fbrm tus of the ahipmtnt of 30,000 bushoeleof wheat from England. YASS, Friday aftornoon. Tlin station of Mr. P. Chisholm, at Grogan,.has again boon stuck-up by l'on Iall.
HEMP. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 13 August 1864
IIEMIP. (From the Yeoman.) IJIEMPS Oer DIF.mtESxT COUTIIu:S.-IIe1mp is grown in ]Russin, Italy, HIolland, Turkey, India, the nlato United States, &c.; the hest of thoso is tllhe Italian. That from America is infoerior in quality and of a blackish colour. Tho Indian hemp is coarsoe; the Italian very fine, thalnt known as tile gardonhomp having the longest stems; this is attained by tho superiority of spade cultivation in good soils; the quality of the last-named is unequalled, being whito, and soft as the finest whito lRussiau. Of the kinds grown in Russia, the St. Potorsburg and the liga are lrofoerred for general purposes. The Indian govern snont commissioned Dr. Rloylo to search out any fibrous-stemmed plants which might produce a fibre equal or msuperior to hemp. The result was satisfactory, so that at the present time several valuable plants are rapidly taking the place of hemp in the manufacture of cordage and canvas. One of the best of these is the rheoa fibre; this pl...
RUSSIA, PRUSSIA, AND AUSTRIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 13 August 1864
RUSSIA, PRUSSIA, AND AUSTRIA. A moeting of tho sovereigns of the above countrios took place on tho 19th instant, at Kessougon. It is reported that Austria, Russia, and Prussia bind themselves by a convention to act togothor upon oil European questions at tho present timo, to declare the Polish question an intornal and not an international quostion, and nIutunlly to qUa ranteo to cachi ohler their oxisting frontiers, and also to report progress. It is also reported tlht Prussia would, with the concurrenc of Austria, proposo at the Fedoral Diot, that the Gersan Confed oration should declaro war against Dfenmark. The Austrian Governmuent issuod a diplo niatic noto declaring that the mooting of soveroigns had no reforonco to the formitioss of holy alliance. This, howover, is not creditedl.
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 13 August 1864
TuE neows brought by thoe Northam, if trust worthy, represents the Confederato cause as once aganin the ascendant. 3By a late ar rival from San Francisco, which brought Now York. intolligonco to June Oth, we learnt that at that time Geonoral Grant lad fsucccecdod in out-manouvring his opponent, and in geotting between liim and Richmond. Now it appears that Grant has booeen com plled to retreaot to tlhe southward of James River, and military authorities assert that the campaign has failed. We notice that tlheo paragraph wlich speaks of the campaign as a failure, also alludes to the commencement of siege operations by General Grant. This does not look as if the Federals intended to fall back upon Washington. In fact, in reading the telegram which the Sydney Morning Herald publishes, we ought to bear in mind that it is compiled from the Homo News, which is generally in favour of tihe South, and is thoreforo not altogether roli ablo. As was anticipated, tihe Conforenco in London upon th...
ITALY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 13 August 1864
ITALY. Garibaldi has gone to the baths of Isohin in the Duke of Sutherlnnd's yatch, for the benofit of his health. It is proposed, as a no? mode of solving Roman questions, to transfor thoProvisional Capital of Italy from Turin to one of the cities of Austrian Italy, or ihe 1Marches, thus having it as near lome as possible. The Pope's health continues in a critical stato. In the ooventof his deathit is thought the French Empeoror will not oppose the wishes of tho Italians to occupy Rome.