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TO ERADICATE SORREL. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 2 April 1864

TO ERADICATE SORREL. (F'om the American dgricultloist.) LIME is often recommended to kill out sorrel, the alleged reason being that the oxalic acid in the sorrel shows that the soil is sour, and to remedy this we must apply an alkali, like lime. Doubtless, good often comes from such application of lime, but not for the reason here given. The presence of oxalic acid in sorrel is no better proof that the land is sour than is the acidity of an apple or of the .rhubarb plant. Tho same ground which grows a sour apple will grow a sweet one -the two often grow on the same tree. The vegetable acids (of which oxalic is one) are produced in the organism of the tree or plant, and not in the land. True, the elements of the acid aro gathered from the soil and air, but they do not exist in the acid form which we find in the plants. These very elements, when taken up by a potato plant, form starch; whlen taklen up by a corn plant form sugar; and when taken up by the grape vine form tartaric acid. ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And Chronicle, The
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SUMMARY JUSTICE OF OLDEN TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 2 April 1864

SUMMARY JUSTICE OF OLDEN TIMES. IN the settlement of thile colony of Connecti cut, about the year 1642, under the admin istration of hEdward Hopkins, who for seve cal years was Governor of the colony, a law was passod by tho general court, as it was then called, prohibiting the killing of dooer during those months in the year in which they were poor and of little or no value; and subjecting the offender to the penalty of a ine of forty shillings, " one moiety whereof to be naid to the treasurer of theo town whelrein tho offence shall be committed, and the other moiety to him who shall sue for and prosecuto the same to effect. And in case the delinquent shall neglect or refuse to pay such fino heo shall be publicly whip pod on the naked body, not exceeding| twenty stripes." Sometimes in the month of April, a month in whlich tho law forbado thle killing of deer, one of the Governor's neighbours called on him and stated tlsat a buckl for a longth of time had been in the habit of feedin...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And Chronicle, The
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THE BUSHRANGERS TWENTY YEARS AGO. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 2 April 1864

THE BUSURANGERS TYENTY YEARS AGO. (Frm. lawrce.ce Struilby.) F inom Mrs. Struilby a near relative recoived 'the following 'account, which is given entire: My dear T-. You askc me to give you soime account of the first years of our. mar riago. The first soven" years aftor our marriage wore the most laborious and dan gerous of our lives. Lawrence had groat bodily strength, and was very adventurous. My own constitution was then very strong also, -and I always accompanied him in founding now stations, or out-stations. I never know any one so unsuspecting as Lawrenco, and, except I was with him, he eoldom carried arms at that time, and had no idea in the world of making himsolf com fortablo in his hut. He rather prided him .seolf on living in the simplest way. I be Slivo he could have subsisted on the chase, or on an occasional sheep and damper and a pot of tea the whole year round. Spirits wore seldom over tasted. Many a station he formed where white man had never lived before; and many...

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THE SONG OF THE SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 2 April 1864

STHIE SONG OF THIE SCIHOOL. With spirits drooping and sad, And weary as weary could be, A teacher sat in his threadbare coat Teaoching the A B C. Teach, teach, tenach, As he sat on his rickeotty stool, And then in a voice both low and hosaro lo called the children to school. Teach, teacb, teach, WVhile the sun is slsining bright; And teach, teach, teacn. From morn till weary night. From morn till weary night * The labour never floags, And what are the wages? Just enough -To preserve the teachler from rags. O,; masters, nend misses, and boys, 0, Isear moe, now, I pray, Let justic and pity touch your hearts To tink of the teacher's pnay. 3lo has no anxious wife to Ikeep him from rags and dirt, 3?o must toil all day for thle children's good, And in tihe evening wash hie shirt. Teach, teach, teach, Till the mind can scarcely think. 'Feach, teach, teach, :Till the body is ready to sink. Spell and grammar and sum, And sum and grammar and spell, Till gladly he thanks the striking clock, As...

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LITTLE BIRDS, CATERPILLARS, AND CROPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 2 April 1864

LITTLE BIRDis, CAToERnPILLALRS, AND CoOPS. -Everywhere throughout thie district the settlers are complaining of the destructive ravages of the caterpillars, which, in count loss hosts, swarm over the face of the coun try, devouring every green thing. Yet, in deed, this calamity is not coniined within the limits of our own district, but is, even to a more deplorablo extent, experienced in other parts of the colony, and also in the adjoining colonies of Victoria and Queens land. Many romedial measures have beeoon advocated, and very many have been tried, but none have, as yet, proved successful in arresting.the devastating march of these plagues, excopt at so great an expenditure of money, labour, and time, as to render the remedy nearly, if not quite, as bad as the disease. Under these circumstances we consider that weo shall be rendering the state, or at any rate the agriculturists, some service by publishing the purport of some remarks made use of the other day by Mr. Keeone, when ...

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COATING OF SHIPS WITH GLASS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 2 April 1864

CoTINro O SuIsr i ran erotlI sSe.--By direction of the Admiralty, expecrinments which are strted to have Ibeen highly antistlhetory, have een carried out at Woolwich doclkyard to nacertain the practicability of coating the bottom of iron ships on a plarrn inven ted hy IMr. Leatch, which consista in coating the iron enrfrlo with gutla-perhla or other cement, and on this soft material to tlstcn stelts of glasn about a qnuarter of an inch thick. The gltss is previously beot to thie shapen of the ship, andl pierced for the reception of the screws or tolts, the aportures being lined with a soft adhosive composition, which pro vents thie fastenings from coming into immediato conduct wcitti tthe glass. D)I:crEvisor TILr: i.rietC.II'eI.-None there are two methnods by which thie handicapper is to be do ceived: The most obvious one is, in these days, dangerous, us bohing enasy of detection and visited witii condign panislhnorant. An order to pull back a horse, thnt is, to "rope" him or, as in...

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THE FLOODS IN QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 2 April 1864

S THE ?LooS IN QUEENSAND. W W? have Brisbane papers to Saturday, the S26t, instant, from which we give the sub . oined particulars of tlhe devastating floods that have prevailed throughout the sister colony. Theo Courier of that date says:-The ap prehensions we oxpressed last week on ac count of the heavy rains which have fallen with little intermission for more than towenty days were realisod on Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday, when the Brisbano River was f looded to a great hoighlt. On Monday the Seood reached its maximum, which was far above the level recorded any time since the Moreton Bay district was settled. All the wharves of the city and the adjacent stores wei: ore swept, and, spite of the precautions of our merchants and warolehousemon, a great .'' Unntity of valuable property was destroyed i or seriously injured. It is impossibloe yet to :: estimate the damg done. Frogs' Hollowv I' and a largo portion of South Brisbane were submerged, and numerous families had to Sleave thei...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 2 April 1864

TO OURIESPONDINTl8. TZZIrSOToaO 3civs from 3 r. J. Wilson, Abereromblo. £2; i: r, M.[.s Ylo, .!,Jsglong, £2. CAX.EDAR. !.------_.-..------ Daysof the To'eeklk. Onr|c e Sun aeri Mloo's AUilSlAY .......... pr..... 18 5 471 28 bI MANIIAY ..··.... 4 OR 6R 1 TI.SII1AI' ...... ( 1 1 47? .. SATiduRh 2dl 1804uitl. SATURDAY, APRIL 2, 1804.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 2 April 1864

Soap and Candle Manufactory, SLOANE-STIREET, GOULBURIN. 1JjESSRS. N. MANDELSON AND CO. having U. purchasoed from Mr. Me Govern the whole of is plapt for SOAP-BOILING and CANDLE IAKING, which they have R]EMOVED to more mvcnient premises in SLOANE-STREET, are now .ropared to receive orders for any quantities of both .,p and candles. SParties at a distance can make their purchases by , tier, feeling assured th tht lthey) will be supplied with superior article at a reasonable price. Tallow purchased in any quantity for cash, or echangecd. 6t2 Argyle Jockey Club. J EMBERS who havo not, paid their annual L subshcription, duo last July, are respectfully quested to do so, without delay, to the Treasurcr, SOGIBSON, Esq., or the undersigned. 5 ANI)IIIVW G. FINLA\Y, lion. See. IMPORTANT TO SQUATTERS .ARGE HOUSCSEHOLDERS. 1 ALVANIZEI) IRON WATER-TANKS ready T made or made to order, from 150o to 1000 Illons, at J. MILLER'S, tO Opposite tile Comcercial BUnk, Auhburn-streot, o vestments in Debentu...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 2 April 1864

.On country roadors will obsorvo a feature in'the prosont issue of this journal which ]ias ,boon introduced with spocial reforonce to thoemrn, though it will doubtless provo not un-. c',~pitabloe to .others. Wo nlludo to tihe' doubling of the sizo of the Saturday's paper; and it may notbe out of placo to say a few words upon this point in addition to' thle' "brief refonoice proviously maido to it. :";Aiiy .one nacquainted with tlhe circum .stancos of the colony must have noticed a ,poculiarity in the ]position occupiod by the colonial 'nowspapor wlhich 'distinguishes it 'frni the newspaper of England for oxamplo. ,With 'fow oxceptions the latter is pretty strictly confined to the functions indicated Sby tle very tourn.. ·Thoplublio go to the news 'idp6oit:for 'noews strictly so-called, that is to ay, for a record of passing events. ?For i oeing of another character, people vail tlhemselvhos of tihe various magazines and i literary periodicals which abound in' Groat :Bi'itain. Tlhoro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 2 April 1864

alcs brl ~RIuctuou. Preliminary Notice. FARIS AT MIll?M?a?ELL, P. DIGNAMI AN.i) CO, Hl|ve reclvelwd Ilntructlos to, rell by publi, nillclon At tlheir Ituo|iiu, Aubulrnl-troot, I)N AN JAIIIV A'IJI' iyU1VXWjLL WIAS Jpiivlrla whi will I luly e gi IJ M pJrrlmdlrlr of wbJlul '#Jll rlrurlly 5e ylvor,, III GRAND DIISLAY OF BARGAGNS. MuUST~ BHE SOLD.~i;i T MIE whole of the goods enumcerated hbelowv, with every item forming thle General Drapery Stock. MUST IBE SOLDtI) with the least possible delay, as thle undersigned is relioqeishiog that portion of his business. With the ohject of securing a rapid antd finl clearaonce, the reductions in tilhe scale of prices will be apparent enough to all visitors. Thie stock having ceased to ieo suificintly assorted for the busincss to be conducted in ith usunl way, tihe goods will be displayed, so tlhant purchasers ean see andt select wvhat they require with gre ster rese, COMM/EN©ING TH-IDS DAY. Mantles, Palctots; sailor, Zouanve, and Grithaldi Tackets;...

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE SYDNEY, Friday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 2 April 1864

TELEGRArHIC INTELLIGRNCL 1980% OU OnEONDENTSo. S YDNEY, Friday night. Ar the Criminal Sessaions J. 1l.Olarko pleadcd guilty (o a charge of forgery, and was eontonced to four years. -'hil buslhrngors, Hi!l, Jones, ant Drynob, have boon sentenced to 'ifteon years. ':. ' Tho Assembly have refused.to eoto the salary of the postal inspeootor. [The witnesses igainst Grardinor havo not yet:ar rived. .. . . Tho All-England.cricketors last match will com monce on ~[onday next. :. . Theo Government have coneonted to permit post mastqrs to not as nowopaper agonts. .)Wohavo Inlter news fromn Auckland, but it is not imlportant.. .

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GOULBURN WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 2 April 1864

GOULtIURN WtIOLEBALd P?'ICEO COURRNT. Vtca, beost oompleo, 7s. td. 4 bushol. oelr, tlllto, £3 G tol ; ocOdss, £20. potltro, Is. Gd. . tobuotel. D,'anl, ts. Gd. -S bushel. ,oifao, G.. td. to Gs. r[r bushol. Ier. tlgsh, . d. to . o?3 botlh; CmP., s. 3to s. Oots, io. to 4. 30 I'loohl. Ito, £3 LOo. to £4 31 ton. Glutore, treah, Gd. to to. 13 lb. entt, 0d. to Gd. Shpcsh, .id. to 4Gd. wse lb. , , "htclBe Od. to d-. lb. Footr, Is. to to. 3d. 3 dozen. 'holoooes, Gs l cwt. 0Olils, Os. to t0o. 33~ osot.. Got Gl'ttlct prhteo offooo.C 10t. to nf; medluml, 3. GO?hrc, Ots. to 12s. Gd. t hbend. O'1bo, hit. to 4d. 3 Ib. !dj (sotatt), Gd. to Gd. 40 lb. Mouttoo (rotottl), 4d. 't tG. T":attos, £00 to £3? 43 ton. llbdo, Go. to Ga. ecoh. oe.htpoblros, Gd.; w tsheOt 7d. 3 0b. torerla~e 4 toa--?ydnoy to otulburn, £4 ; Ooulburn to Oyd* bley, £3 to .4.3 003.,; Obultrt to I.lobltg Fnts, £4 OUlot. buro, to Adoulon, £0; (boltlburn to Tnullut, £0; Ooutourit to tbtoodoo, £0; touotburn to WoYg?o Wolgo, £Ot0s. to ...

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COMMERCIAL. GOULBURN, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 2 April 1864

CCO.M7IER CI,)A L.. GOULI3LCII , P-riday evening. rucerroe:sns' Itivrtnr..--Mersrs. 1'. li~gnam ral Co. repaort- Fart cattic--The market Ir ulite hare of prime cattle, and a drIft will meet aee ood market. On Weddnsddy e offered a ,oeh of very lalu crttle, of ehillelh one yerd fell to Mr. Joehn O'Dojrnnll, atL 2 in. 6d.; oee yard to Mer. Egge, at L2 he.; s nd tile rcariadee retcurnal Ic thle run. Ally relne celtle vlli ololreerd attentiole. tIoraer--The mnrcet continues very dull. On a ednecddy aveied in rnmob oftt., but not being of tile right eorte tley did not tad Ir buyer. We have sold 8 head tils a? eee,, at fro e 20s. to Li 10s. land.--The flnch iloreu Iun,at tile Ploughed Groneed, elth v0 amcres eflnnd, we haOVe sole to e ir. ,oseeeph Fltecher for Livi. Funleture, &e.--On Tuesday ee sold the furnitare at tie Inua Inn, l'reers ruled rathrr auder tle avcerae. MIessra. hinlay end Co. report:--Fat cttle, an eonjectured, have takea a decided upwarcd teudency and anytilvg p...

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ELEANOR'S VICTORY. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 2 April 1864

ELEANOR'S VIOTORY. 35T nn AUTIIOR OF LADY AUDLEOY'' esEcRT, &e. CIHAPTIEIR I. TIat oraggy cliffs upon the Norman coast looked something like the terraced walls and turreted roofs of a ruined city in the hot : afternoon sunshine, as the Empress steamer sped swiftly onward towards Dieppe. At least they looked thus in the eyes of a very young lady, who stoodt alone on the deckl of the steam-lpackeot, with yearning eyes fixed upon that foreign shore. It was four o'clock upon a burning August afternoon, in the year 1853. The steamor was fast approiaching the harhour. Several anoustachioed gentlemen, of various ageos, cos tumes, and manners, were busy getting to getheor carpet-bhgs, railway-rugs, camp-stools, newspapecrs, and umbrellas, preparatory to *that eager rush towards the shore by which anarine voyagers are apt to testify their con tempt for Neptune, whoen they have no longer need of his service or fear of his vengeance. Two or thro English flnilies were collected * in gro...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 2 April 1864

S USTRALASIAN FREEIMASONS' MALL SHOTEL, 101, York-street, Sydney: ALFRED BRADFORD, proprietor. FIBRSTCLASS ACCOMMODATION for gentle i? mn. Private families will at this hotel find the corn : 'orts of a home. 1712 VERY description of ladies' bonnets and hats, Snartificial lowers, feathers, ribbons, and milli nery. Also Men's Panama, cabbage-tree, felt, and other hats. In quantities to suit thel trade. HORACE WOOLNOUGH, (LATE GIItEGORYT, CUBIiiTT, AD CO.,) Manufacturer and Importer, Wynyardstreet, Sydney, and S52 15, Aldermanbury, London. Produce Stores, ~ESSRS. DURHAM, and IRWIN are prepared "'] to receive wool, sheepslins, tallow, hides, &c., Sfor sale by auction or privately, at their P'rodce 5 lorne, Circular Quay, Sydney. Liberal advances made on swool, sheepsins, tallow, 'nod hides consignCd to them for sale or shipment. Circulnr Quay. Sydney. 116 :..R-oYAL BLUE H? O ? U 8E; FITT-STREET, SYDNEY. .TAPER.HANGINGS.- Tho trade supplied with ' paper at 4d. per roll; light cei...

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ADDRESS BY THE BISHOP OF SYDNEY ON HIS RETURN TO HIS DIOCESE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 2 April 1864

ADDRESS IBY TIlE BISIIOP OF SYDNEY ON IlS RETURN TO HIS DIOCESE. (From the Emplire) Tihe address deliveord by thle Blishop of Sydnoy at the meeooting of the diocelan committee, hold on the 23rd February, is now published, iand will doubtless be read with much interest by a largo section of the community. The following is the testilnony of the Biohop to the increased and increasing anctivity of the Church of England : " In the metropolis I was struck with the inreaneo in the number of able meon amongst tie clergy, On overy side good aplpointmento had boon made. Tihe churchoes which I attnomled were all full. Whelother in the most crowded part of rWestminater, whelro eiss Burdett Coutts has built and endowed a chlurch, or in the suburrbs, or in Stolnoey, or IIluampstaud, or the Rogent's Pirk, oeverywhler the same, the chlurclhes filled. Westminster Abbey and St. Paul's woro ovorflowing at the evening services. The latter is the most bheauntifl sight of the kind I over bholheld. Undern...

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NEW ZEALAND.—PROGRESS OF THE WAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 2 April 1864

2,'W ZEALAND.-PROGRESS OF THE WAR. Alico Camoron brings one day later a ,from Auckland, her dates being to i 2Lday, the 17th instant. : the afternoon of that day, the South . kross issued the following as a slip:- HO OISc TITI TIIE LEBELS AT TAlAACI . the Phcobo, which has just arrived . the south, we learn that there hlas " s??lirmish with tlhe rebels at Kaitakle. force consisted of the 57th, and some S. Royal Artillery. advance was made on the native pas sitakeo beyond the Oanlcura redoubt, 'o purpose of shelling it. Fire wmas I.d on one of the pas, and, ultimntely, :tives returned it by a heavy cross fire b ree different directions. 3 thought there were about 200 natives, ur force consisted of about half that 'a 'tae ennedy weas killed while in the ` capping his piece. The troops had to 'in skirmishing order. The native loss , own. Ours is as follows: :AL ALr nTLer y. - Wounded - Lieu Larcom, R.A., severe, right shoulder. ' ReoImErT.-.Killed..Private [i C. ennedy, No. 1 company. ...

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THE MANAGEMENT OF THE EXHIBITION. To the Editor of the Herald and Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 2 April 1864

THE IMANIAGEMIENT O THE EXHIBITION. To s l cEditor ef the Herald and Chroticle. Mn. Eurron,-In your last Saturday's issue of the 2Gth of IMarch, thero wans a letter written by Mr. Stoewart, concerning the bad management of the society in not choosing more qualiiled men for judges of the agricultural implements, and also allowing exhibitors to be judgces. In the first place, I do not bnow more fitting persons than mechanics for judges of implements than they who mahe them end can use them when they are made; and as for my being a judge of colonial implements, it is quite a mistake. I was one of the judges of the imported implements. I was chosen to be a judgo; but as I inlonded to be an exhibitor, I told Mr. Finlay and H r. Gibson about it, and it was agreed with liessra. Finlay and Gibson and me, that I was to stand out, which was accordingly done; therefolre thie ploughs wero judged by MLessrs. Plumb and Taylor, which was no dificult job for them to judge which was brst, and if Mr....

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To the Editor of the Herald and Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 2 April 1864

To the Editor of tIle llrald and COronicto. Sn,--I think it my duty to let the public know how their money is thrown away-the item that I mean, is thalnt allowed for the olectoral list. Tho collector did not come to this part at oall. Miy name Bs not on the list, although I hold an innkeepor's license and a butcher's license. I thinkl that ought to bhe seuflicient proof that I om a resident. Why should the onus of proving my claim be thrown on mo, when a collector gets well paid for that service o I thinkl that it is thie duty of the magistrates to soo that he does not receive the pay for that that was not performed. I ]hope that you will giove this a place in your vallahlo journal. I remain, Your humble servant, EDWARD MORRISS, Binda, March 28. Innkleeper.

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