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COMMERCIAL. GOULBURN, Tuesday 10 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 31 August 1864
COMI II?IE AL. GOULBURN, Tuesday 10 p.m. WuHEAT AND FLoun.-At Conolly's Mlill:-Fine flour, £26 por ton ; seconds, £2.5; if loss than half ton, Is. per 100 lb. oxtra. Pollard is. Sd. per bushol rotail; bran, ls. 4d. porbushol retail. Wheat, prime oamples, Os. pro bushol. At Emanuol's Mill:-Fino flour £26 por ton; seconds, £25; if loss than half-ton, ls. por 100 lb. oxtra. WVhoat, best samples, Os. por bushol; bran Is. 4d. per bushel; pollard, 1s. Sd. rotail. SYDNEY, Ionday afternoon. Thle HIorald says:-A meeooting of the creditors of Mlessrs. Francis Giles and Co. was hold on'Dhursday, at three o'clock, in the Chamber of Commerce, Sir. G. King in the chair. The report of the committee appointed at the last meeting to investigate the alflirs of the firm was read by the chairman. The liabilities not secured amount to £122,186 8s. Gd., and the assets comprise-stock, £43,000; book debts, £20,000; bills in ]hand, £1750; cash in hand, £1174 Os. 4d. ; fixtures, £500; horses, cartsl, and fur...
TO SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 31 August 1864
TO 9TIfSCIlIllRnS. In order otoare poutages te intend to adopt a plnn wtreth t tlreody puroed bI, seer al other papers and cknowledgn e the rcclftpt.oJ remittances i4 thlt colmtn inltead of by teO~et. LALENDARL. tayof tIh WeV.ek. Otiu o ntt letter.~ Wmt~tnt)ASDy..... AtoM C~ 28 A 0 28 MtIIUtRhAY ........ Spt. 1 O 24,1 [ 1| 2h. '5 DNESDY, AUGUT 31, 181.nile. WYEDNESDAY, AIUGUST 31, 1864.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 31 August 1864
USTEALASIAN FREEMASONS' hALL II1OTEL, 191, York-strect, Sydney: ALFRED BRADFO()RD, proprietor. FIRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATION for gentle men. Private families will at this hotel find the com forts of a homo. 1712 Produce Stores. M ESSRS. DURHAM and IRWIIN are prepared Sto receive wool, sheepskins, tallow, hlides, &e., for snalo by auction or privately, at their P'roduce 6Store., Circular Qeay, Sydney. Liberal advances made on wool, sheepskins, tallow, tnd hides consignecd to them for sale or shipment. Circular Quay, Sydney. 1293 DIXSON'S TWIST 1TEGROHiDEEAD.1 TIHE demand for the above celebrated tobacco having hitherto been so great thalt the manu facturer could not supply above half of the applica tions, whereby many, being unable to procure it, were compelled to substituto inferior and trashy tobaccoes, manufactured not only in the colony, but in the Northern States of America, he has now the pleasure of informing the public that by arrange ments made with his American agents h...
TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE SYDNEY, Tuesday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 31 August 1864
TELEGIRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE [nROs OUst CORRESroNDEoTS.] SYDNEY, Tuesday night. Ton Government Gazette notifies that Parliament otands further prorogued to the 18th October next, then to meet for the doaspatch of business. The special caso to determino the position of the churchl and school lands, is oset down for nrgulment during the present term of tho Supromo Court. Now insolvont--Isanae Dows of 2litingong. A new post-oflice is established from Thursday next at f]ogalong beyond Yass. The pension of MIr. R. A. Hunt, late superin tendent of the money-order branch, and many years chief clerk in the post-office, has been fixed at £600 par year subject to ten yeara' contribution to the ouporannuation fund. DRAIDWOOD, Tuesday night. Tus escort thlis morning took down 4160 o. 3dwts. of gold for the Joint Stock lank. The Oriental anke hove kept back 2200 ouncesa; and it is asserted that a private escort will be scatablished, on account of the chargo lately imposed by the government. Mr. Bat...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 31 August 1864
IF a few years since the directors of the Fitzroy Iron Works Company could havo issued such a report as that put forth by them afow days ago, there is no question it would have excited very groat public interest. Somo assurance of success on the part of the Company, hlowover, had boon waited for ill vain through so long a period, that now it has come it perhlaps fails to receive that ready credence, or to awaken thoso confidend anticipations that at any earlier time would have been given and would have boon awakened. This, however, in no degree diminishes the importance of the fact, now made offcially known, that the manufacturo of iron has been successfully commenced for the first time on a commercial scale in this country. One has only to call to mind the immense utility of the article manufactured, its universal use in the various arts and occupations of mankind, and the consequent continual demand for it, to see the great value of those stores of the raw material which have beeo...
PUTTING YOUR FOOT IN IT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 3 September 1864
PUlriNO Youj tooT F x uo -ThOiI t01e, it ooiQOI i1 of legitimnIto origin., Acncord"ll to th AiLtio tuso.?url.how, r vory (:u!io .llo(d of' tIryinig tho titlo to 11t1. i( pr'8 Uti8 e iln lilndoosllun . Two h1ol l11o dug ill t1. liflflittld spot, inl oaoil of wh~hic th. lluWY'Ml o lilh'or hl o lput ojn of ( t1holr logh' an1. Ithur, r1mhi till , ui o f omf in nlrod "r whmhuhllw l(((MI huol iihui ?ho lbl~ll0 .u J? ?'. llawlyr hy It h~opumtlnnay la ilht td OU Il I "l tr prini.,. . .. ..d pulishd ly WAI I lA l h I WyI II l #I 1/118 I lo ulh ln I?llll ??l, n'' ' tl 14W Iv#ru #M Ylhl If#u# ,
ELEANOR'S VICTORY. CHAPTER LVII. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 3 September 1864
. ELEANO'S VICTORY. BT THE AUTHiOR OF LADYI AUDLEY'5 SERET, &e. CHAPTER L"IT. TIohIAnD THORNTON had received Eleanor's letter in Edinburgh, and lhad boon travelling perpetually since his receipt of the girl's oager epistle. Io haid calculated that by travelling day and night he should be able to accomplish a great achievement in the four days that were to elapse between the hour in which he received Eloeanor's letter and the hour appointed for the interview with thebo Frenchman. This achievement was the reconciliation of Gilbert Mionckton and his wife. For this purpose tihe devoted young man had travelled from Edinburgh to London, and from London to Torquay, back to London again, with AIr- Monckton for his companion, and from London to Paris, still in that gentle enan's companionship. Gilbert Mionckton would have thought it a small thing to have given half his fortune in payment of the tidings which the scene-painter carried to him. lTo should see his wife again; his bright ...
CURIOUS RESULT OF A POST-MORTEM EXAMINATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 3 September 1864
CURIOUS RESULT OF A POST-,iORTEM ESX rMINATIoN.-A poisoning case has occurred at Turin. A carbineer officer stood arraigned for making· away with his wif, and after much investigation and plausible evidence against him, it turned out that the dead body submitted for chemical amllyseis and found decidedly to contain poispn, halppens not obe the rwifo's rpmains at aU, another coffin having beon msistaken for that lady's. Somobqdy lso rluns the rit,' of unlooked-for detection, thqugh the car bincor has boeen accultted. UsE orF DE1)? lRoesEs.--Tho contract fo r the dead horses in the TFedoral army has just been lot for 7s. 4d. per head. Last ycar the contractor cleared .£12,000. Thile horso? shoes are first pulled off, which are worth about 4s., the hoofs fotch 8s., the tail 2s.; the tallow is not worth much, the hide is worth something; slhinbones aro sold to be convertod into caneo-heads, knife-handle?, &c.-New York Paper. Thle Venotian Clnmber of Notaries ihao just rejected a...
SPORTS IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 3 September 1864
srOTIU S IN A.M?II.COA. (, (Froi ftih Oalifornian Sp.rling Time.) Taic GnEAT DIoMaxDI?"Y RAaOE.--T]e grand dromedary .rico .cano off ns per announce ment at Sacramento, on Saturday afternhoio last, at Agricultural Park. At two o'clock, p.m.; the hour nanmed in the advertisement, a respectablo audionco had assembled, but the main: streets leading to itho' track wore lined with vehicles of all descriptions, which continued .to como in with but little inter mission for an hour or.two, thus deferring tho: commencmncemnt, of ,the ontertainment. Throo o'clock arrived, and .many among the audionco becamo impatient and -expressed their anxiety., to have the race. commonce. There weore, howover, .two. men on the ground who bor tlio delay with wonderful fortitudo. They wore the beneficiary, Deal ing; .and the owner of thle dromedaries, Me Lanoghan, who stood at the gate as car riages, buggies, omnibussos, wnggons, drays, horsomoen and 'footmen pnosed, in collecting money from tihe visitors so...
A COOLIE SHIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 3 September 1864
A COOLIE SHIP. (From A C/luptr, on the Coolic irade itn 1arier's 0 Montlhly MaiepainerJ IN 1857 the ship Norway, of nenrlY 100, tons, sailed from Now York loaded with coI for the United States naval squadron in ti? Ohlin seas. It would be little to thoe,]P' poseso of the narrative to enter into a detacle account of the outward voysge, tho w".tioD at IHongkong, tllhe transportation of labour' era from China to the Austrhalun nnee, describe the thousand incidents of a ]o stay in a Chinese port. Enough to so ert nearly throo-fourths of a year clepcs th0 our human cargo was roeady. Durin fh latter part of this time oxtcnsivo pro]ro' tions weoro mande to receivo themi. Jose" wts wholo length of both lower docks we ro'o tier on tier of berths, or rather shelves' bil thely wore without sidoes or dividing P ~'. tions. Large ouantitina of fo y were tdwed away. Hundreds *of ater-casks filled the holes, and on the ppeor or spar dock were orocted galleys for cooking. OvOr every hnatcoway save o...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 3 September 1864
W\ENe we stated last Saturday that our first objection to the Provincial Councils Bill was that it would increase thie burthens of the people at a time when they wero ill able to bear the pressure of existing ones, we in tended only to imply that the objection had been first chosen for discussion, and by no means that it was the principal one which exists. The fact really is that the evils which would attend the passing of this mea suro are so nmlmerous that it is hard to say whore they would end, and so great that it is hard to say whlich of them would be the most important. We are compelled to discuss this question as one for creating ten now colonies. It is in fact nothing more nor less than this. There would remain-and perlhaps only for a timo--something like a federal union be tween them; no border customs difficulties would arise, and a man could not be hanged in Monero for an offonco which would entail a less punishment in Cumborland; but, neverthleless, the ten now colonies ...
MR. GLADSTONE'S PAMPHLET. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 3 September 1864
MnR. GLADSTONE'S PAMPHLET. (From the Spectator.) Miu. GLADSTONE'S affix to his speech on the sufferage, which ho calls a prefaco, willnot do him any good. It is badly written, dubious in moaning, and apologetic in tone, without really containing a word whichcan be fairly construed into apology. Thse, who attacked him attacked him on two grounds,-the tories because they said he had expressed a moral conviction in favou of universal suffrage, the thinking liberain because ho had not guarded his justprein ciplo from democratic misconception. le answers the tories fairly enough. The expression objected to must, he says, be taken with its context; that context excluded all morally unfit, and all whoso admission would or might be attended with political danger; and he now explains thislast reserve as including any danger "through thoe dis·. turbanco of the equilibrium of the constituent body, or through virtual monopoly of power by a single class." That is all the tories can say with any ...
THE BREAK-UP OF THE CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 3 September 1864
THE BREAK-UP OP THE COEFERENCE. (From thIe Specatosr.) IT is well for England that the Conference has failed, for, in their deslpiring clutch at oflico and at royal favour, the government had made it the medium of proposals which might hlave left an imperishabla stain upon our name. Pledgedto maintain the London treat.y of 1852, which secured the perpetual union of Schleswig and Holstein to Denmurk, ministers at length consented to negotiate on the footing of its abandonment; then, form ally proposing the severance of HIolstein, aced the establishment of th lines of the Dannewerkeo as the boundary of the kingdomn, declaring our opinion, as a neutral power, thati this as te limit ofconcession Denmark could be asked to yield, it would seem that we were yet to be called on to retreat again frIom this point. A proposal wnas mad our representatives that Denmark, which lned already aceoptoel the neutrlposers as arbiters, which had acceded to their a djudi cation of the line of the Sehloi ...
TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE SYDNEY, Friday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 3 September 1864
TELEGRAPHIC 1NTELLlaAI'cEJ Lar'oai 0U0 COROESIONDENTB. i SYDNEY, Friday night. TIuE government deny the right of Victoria in the joint control of the Iurray tiver. They intend to place a sum on the estimates to provido for its clear anoe. Another salvage case against the Prince Consort ihnt of the owners of the Wioniora--has been com menced, and is adjourned to Tuesday. It is reported that Gardinor has mado important disclosures with reference to bushranging in the interior. dIarkots unchanged since yesterday. Sheep rule a shilling per lhead lower.
BURNING OF THE STEAMER BERKSHIRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 3 September 1864
BURNING OF THE STEAMEIR BERKSHIRE. (Fsom the Nero Yorek Herald.) \rE have again the painful task beforo us of recording a fearful steamboat disaster on the Hudson. The steamboat Berkshiro, run ning between this city and Hudson, wams burned to the water's edge on VWednosday night, at Esop's Island, eight miles below fondont, on the Hudson River. According to the press accounts between forty and fifty lives were lost. Different statements have booen made as to the origin of the fire. Some say that it was caused by the explosion of a kerosono lamp; others that a sparkl from a smoking pipe ignited some hay which was on board, and another that a lamp fell from its hanging position into a bundle of hay. It seems to be the opinion of Captain Power, who commanded the Berkshiro at the time, that thle fire originated in the lamp room. Particulars set forth scones of an appalling and truly Ieart-sickening nature. The Berkshiro belonged to the Hudson Steamboat Company, and was a perfectly new v...
THE MOTHER'S LOVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 3 September 1864
THEI MOTIIER'S LOVE. (From the Oenranoj ronl.j A wand'ring student, staff in hand, Has returned from a foreign land. He's travel-atoined, and lIs faco is brown; By which of his friends will be first bo known ? He enters the villnge and there he sees A toll-man lean on the gate at his ansc. The toll-koeeper was a convivial soul, And togoethor they'd emptiod many a bowl. Yet see friend toll-man knows him not, So much eunhrown his face has got. H?o looks in vain for a friendly greeting, But is passed unknown by the friends ho's meeting. There looks from her window a maiden fair, And his pulse beats quick, for his heart is therqe. "Many beautiful welcomos, thou maiden swool? " But no responseo does his woelcome meeoot; For sooe his betroth'd, too, knows him not, So much ombrown'd his face hhas got. Onward he pnaesn, she does not spask, And a tear rolls slowly down his cheek. His mother is tott'ring from the churchl door "God greet yen," ha says; but nothing more. Enouoh 1 Tho mother sob...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 3 September 1864
"tsRALASIAN FREEMASONS' IIHALL HOTEL, 191, York-street, Sydney: ALFRED BRADFORID, proprietor. FIBST-CLASS ACCOMMODATION for gentlo men, Private families will at this hotel find the comr forts of a home. 1712 Produce Stores. MESSRIS. DURTHAM and IRWIN are prepared to receive wool, shepshins, tallow, hides, &c., for sale by auction or privately, at their Produce Stores, Circular Qsay, Sydney. Liberal advances made on wool, sheepshins, tallow, and hides consigned to them for sale or shipment. Circular Quay; Sydney. 1293 , AT tS G. H. SMITH, pRACTIC.AL EATR 316, GEORGE-STREET, SYDJNEY, Three doors south of Hunter-street, IS manufalcturing every description of HIATS and CAPS, and is receiving monthly shipments of Englishl and French Goods, all of which he offers at reduced prices-wholesalo and retail. Country orders promptly executed. 1103 J. 13, I-IOLDSWORTTH, WHIOLESALI a£tD RETAIL FURNISHING AND GENERAL IRONMIIONGER, 458, GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY, (Iron Yard, Market-street, Sydne...
ATMOSPHERIC NUTRITION OF PLANTS.—MANURIAL VALUE OF GREEN CROPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 3 September 1864
ATMIOSPHERIC NUTRITION OF PLA~NTS. IMANURIAL VALUE OF GREEN OROPS. (From the Economist.) WnmnLE the preparation for grain crops and the general improvement of the land upon light soils are effoctod with comparative ease and usually with direct profit by means of sheep, similar benefits are not to be obtained on strong soils with the like facility or in the samo manner. Strong land has, however, its own special advantages, part of which were in a great degree ignored when it be came the fashion, as it was a few years ago, to endeavour to adopt the light land four course system uponland to which it was by no means applicable. In attempting to grow largo breadths of turnips on strong land, it was found that in some seasons the propara tion for the crop was dificult, and whoen grown the roots had to be carted off. All this involves such an amount of labour, and wear and tear of implements and horses, as to render the turnip crop practically impro fitable. B3ut in fact, barring the expen...