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THE PROVINCIAL COUNCILS BILL.—No. III. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 3 September 1864

TIE PROVINOIAL COUNCILS BILL.-No. III. (From the Emnpire.) TIE advocates of the revolution which Mr. Martin and his colleagues have announced their determination to effect, by dividing New South WVales into ton provinces, will no doubt endeavour to convince the public that the end aimed at is nothing but an oex tension of the miucicipal system. A moro untruthful and absurd notion could hardly be conceived. The ten separate provinces to be created by the bill may be termed municipalities with just as much propriety as the different States of Amorica, or the colonies of Canada, Victoria, Queeneland, New South Wales, or any othelr countries not wholly independent, can be called municipalities. The idea sought to be carried out by the bill which we published on Wednesday was no doubt talken from the ridiculous system of government ofwhlich New Zealand is the victim; and under whlich the colonists of that notoriously over governed, and therefore badly-governed, country have groaned for y...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And Chronicle, The
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HOW FRUIT-TREES SHOULD BE PLANTED, AND HOW THEY ARE SOMETIMES PLANTED. (To the Editor of the Yeoman.) [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 3 September 1864

HOW FRUIT-TREES SHOULD BE PLANTED, AND HOW THEY ARE SOMETIMES PLANTED. (To (the Editor of thIe Yeoman.) Sm,--In orchards the main object in this climate should be to induce the roots to penetrate deep, far out of the reach of drought, so as to encourage the formation of fine healthy trees, fitted to produce large crops of fruit. Eschew any subsoils ofa cankerous nature, as prejudicial to the roots of fruit-trees. Drain your land, if the sub soil is at all wet; stagnant water lying about tlheo roots of plants or trees is one of the greatest evils; if possible avoid planting orchards on wet subsoils. If the quality of the subsoil is poor, enrich it by the applica tion of a mixture of rotted manure, turf, bones, and any rough vegetable matters; road-scrapings are oxcellent for improving a stiff, tenacious, clay subsoil. The trenching and improving of the sur fdico-soil and also of the subsoil, if it is not of a good marly or clayoy nature, is neces sary to the successful growth of orch...

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THE SILKWORM, THE CHESNUT, THE OLIVE, &c. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 3 September 1864

THE SILiKWORM, THE OKESNUT,.TIHE OLIVE, &c. (From the Yeoman.J THE following $lette appears in a Contempo rary: Sir-The disasters that have recently hap pened to our farmers should be a warning to all who are interested in such pursuits to consider the many difficulties an Australian farmer particularly has to encountor in the shapo of drought, blight, rust, floods, &c., and should have taught them before this to vary their productions, and not entirely de pend on the usual crops of wheat, maize, or hay, which oxperienc hlas shown is at best a very precarious source of profit. For this purpose I have on former occasions, done mybest to draw attention to the cultivation of silk, and I am happy to say that by the orders that have lately arrived from the country districts for copies of my published directions for that pursuit, Imay conclude my oflbrts havo been successful, as many parties are about turning their attention to that valuable source of industry, so well ada...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 3 September 1864

SAustralian Mutual Provident Society. gE directors are now prepared to grant nasur a1nces on oulifo to the extent of £4000, FOUR TIIOUSAND POUNDS. IBII,.ET TIHOMSON, Actuary and Secretaryv. Irincipal Office, Sydney, July 22nd, 1864. 1402 BRISTOL'S SARSAPARILLA. SANITARY CONQUESTS. ILTON says, in the greatest of his sonnets: ..-- Pence hath hier vilctorles toot less renooned thun roar. Thu victorieos which BRISTOL'S SARSAPARILLA has been daily aclieovig for the past thirty years, aveo been of this class. They have involved the dsfeOat of almost all human complaints. Scrofulous ,isordors have been routed, cancers expuogod, tu mours obliterated, abscesses hiealed, eruptions re mored, affections of the liver cured, and all distempers o,iginating in an acrid condition of the secreti.ons and corruption in the blood, rapidly overcome. Scores of coses as hopeless as that of Mr. Alexander Mann, of Rochestelr, New York, whoso tongue, mouth, and focial muscles were nearly gone, have hbeen brou...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 3 September 1864

Wanted, NYO OR TIREE HORSES AND MEN to i. mpound all stock found'on the Currabungalo ate. Apply to Mn. I. CRAIG, j6 . Agent, Goulburn. Wanted, SMAN who thoroughly understands farming in atllits branches. Liberal wages. Apply to SCHAS, THOMAS, Garroorigang. Wanted, :RESRPECTABLE steaody GENERAL SER i VANT, with good character. One accustomed ho maongemont of oh inn preferred. Apply to ' .SCOWCROFT, Mentaguoestroot. 1576 ' Wanted, 1 RESPECTABILE GIRL, as GENERAL SER ] VANT. Apply. to Mns. MILES, Verner Oat. 1584 SWanted. t GENERAL MAID-SERVANT. Apply to 'f hMnso. MARSDEN, '. Ottiwell. " Teams Wanted, .. Rotherwood, Lake Bathurst, to load for Sydney. Oth July, 1864. 1358 d o: Five Pounds Reward. b9RAYED from Goulburn, about the 28th of ?i July, tl l EA1) of FAT CATTLE, braoded RPJ on ct rump, 2 on thigh. Wne abovo reward will be paid to any person stering them to lii 11UGH O'DONNELL, so Auburn-street. m Two Pounds Reward Each. ow nc)LEN or strayed in Juno last, two mares of Inlthie fol...

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THE MERINOS OF GREAT BRITAIN, PAST AND PRESENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 3 September 1864

TUEI ILERINOS OF GREAT BIIRITAIN, PAST AND PRESENT. (From, the Home 2wJs.) TiE following interesting historicalparutieu Inrs respecting the introduction of the breed of merino sheep into England are taklen from Youatt's well-known work on Sheeoop: England was lato in attempting to natu ralizo the Spanish shoeep, or to improve her own breed by an intermixture with themin. Theoro ves some excuse for this, for she al ready possessed clothing wool equal or superior to that of any other shooeep except those of Spain; and her maritime habits and thi oextont of her commorc gaveo her oneasy access to the finer wools, fiar less neces sary to the manufiacturer at that period than fashion has nbw made. thenm; at the same time her native combing wool was perfectly unrivalled. A feivw merino sheep, however, wore introduced hero and there, but tlhey lhad much prejudice to contend with, anrid their value was not duly appreciated. The monarch who, at tho closo of the 18th century, swayeod the scept...

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BY RAIL TO THE MURRAY RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 3 September 1864

]Y RAIL' TO TIE MUIURRAY RIVER. (Fromn the Yeoman.) nHATr in loss than six weeks henc our colony will be spanned from border to border by railwny, and that the trade opened Sp by the navigation of thle Murray, the Darling, and the Murrumbidgoo, will find its futuro courso directed to Echucn, on tlhe b anks of the Murray, and thlonce by rail to tlhe sea-board, via Molbourno, is thelo best onews we Ihave had to toll for a long while. SThat the line from Molbourno to Sandhlust was to be carried to the banks of the Murray, Swas settled some seven yeaonrs since, when a law was passed enabling the government to borrow money from England for railway pur poses; but that it should be so soon completed will afford a surprise to many. Practically speaking, however, the undertaking is car riod out. Trains carrying material, but e?oually available for the heaviest traffic, are now daily running to within six miles of tihe terminus, and tho remalinling work is so easy Stliht less thaf a'monthl of...

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SYDNEY SUMMARY. THURSDAY afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 3 September 1864

* SYDNEY SUMMARY. . TIKlUILsu Y aftlornoon. A vEuY artful dodgo is now being played, and one that baseboon succesful before. It is that of spoeak ing and writing of Mr. Cowper nas a gentleman ox coedingly well fit for offico, and one perfectly un objeotionablo to the speackers and writers; but assuming as a fict that colleagues chosen from those with whom MIr. Cowper has so long boon closely ononoe~ed are out of the question. Mr. Cowpor suffered himself to be thus cajoled before,. Smart and Darvall woro called to his councils; and various appointments in the publio service and numberless honorary ollicos wore conferred on the natural onomics of the liberal party, instead of on the friends of progress. Thus old adhoronte were alionatdd-I don't so much moan in parliamenot as ocut of it--whilo now ones woro not attracted. At length Mr; Cowpor fill; and had it not been that hisl successors woro really placed in a very difficult position, and tlhat they bungled very much in it, there iso...

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GOULBURN WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 3 September 1864

tOOLtlBtON W.IIO BBALB P'lIOEJ OURItONT. Wtlont, to. Il. to On. * buolb]. Slor, fine, £0 P ton ; *rcond., £25. Pallard. 1. 80. O bulhel; or i. by tho haltl ton. ' Jran, I4. . 'P bushel; or Is. by bthe half ton. Jr.nd0, 013.. 4 2-.T. loa. S ltnl, In. 0. to 4O. 0l. per buhotl. Bartti.T Enhllib, 2s. C01. to 4o. 4 buhbel; CopO, 2. 0d.; no Onatl, 2S. 04. to32. Od. bbudoal. Sialy, £3 los. to £4 lo0s. ton, IBuftrs, freh, lOd, to 13, 1.. salt, 7d. Chaos, 4Id. 4 lb. • toneon. dto d. 4 'B. ; vgrtt M. 4 dooen. SPoltalto, 2. 4.. to 4s. 4 cwt. Ontont, 181. 4 onot. Fa .Cnlltlr. prime, from £4 10s. to L5 10:.; meditm, rS to * £10:. • ' " a £i Os. " Shtop, 12. to 15n. hoead. SPig:, 3d. to 4d. ' lb. . .tcj (retail), 3d. to 4d. 4 .4 . .Mlutlon (rotnil), .4.4' lb. " Tlon,, bcr, £2-0 to'?27 4p ton; mutton, £28. .Huds, 6. to 0. eah. o i Barpaktn:, 0d.4.' 'Tl08 74l. 4' 1b. '~narrngs 4' ton--Sydney to Oooulburn, £4 01. to £56 100. " Ooulhuro to Oydoney, £3 to £3 10os.; Ooulburn to S m LnaTglng OFlat, L to...

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COMMERCIAL. GOULBURN, Friday 10 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 3 September 1864

CONAElROJAL. S GOULBURN, Friday 10 p.m. ' WncAT AND FLoun.-At Conolly's Bill:--Fi'. flour, £20 per ton; seconds, £26; if less than he 1 ton, les.: per 100 lb. extra. Pollard ls. Sd. per beh retail; bran, lo. Id. perbushol retail. WVheat, pri 'samples, Os. per bushel. .'At.Emanucl's Mill:-Fino flour £20 per toc seconds, £26; if loss than half-ton, Il. per 100 extra. WhVhoeat, boat samples, 9s. per bushel; bli ls. dd. per bushel; pollard, Is. Sd. retail. AvcerloacEeS' ItRiOer.--?Icssm P. . Dignam r![ Co's. report:-Fat Catto.--Nono but small lota ' offering and the market is completely bare.- Wednesday we sold a yard at from £7 to £8 7s. 6' averagoe £7 17s. Gd. per head.-Theso were v' heavy, primoe cattle.-Any to arrive in fair marl . able condition are worth from £ to £56; prime fr £6 to6£6; or higher if very primo and weight) ' We are advised of 70 head leaving the station, · cannot name the day of salo at preOvnt.-StI Cattle.--WVo have sold privately 100 head stoers r; heifors from ...

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LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 3 September 1864

.LOCAL AND PRO VINOIAl. POLICE nr.POlT.-On Wednesday, John Dormnn wis adjudged to pay the sum of £5 is. Gd., amount of wages duo to Richard Quinn, together with costs. George Mails for misconduct in tho.hired service of Mr. Charles Thomas was fined ten shillings. Per mission was given to Thomas Skinner of the London I'navern to obtain a billiard licccuso.-On Thursday, Ellen Walsh of unsound mind was sent to jail until such time as she can be reombved to the lunatic asylum. Tin MAILr CONSTrACT TO GuNDioo00.-Thio con tract of Mr. Thomas Moran for convoying tho.mails from and to Goulburn, Collector, Gundr;roo, Ginin derra, and Queanbeyan, has been cancolled by the government, owing to 'his contitising "to d'plojy as mailman, Patrick Swooney, who is under committal for stealing a money-letter given into his charge. Fresh tenders are accardihgly advertised for. Ton COLrCTOR. MAIL.e-Tho mail-bag despatched from Collector to Gundaroo on Wednesday last has been lost on the road by the mailm...

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE SYDNEY, Tuesday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 7 September 1864

TELEGRJIAPIIC INTI?ELLIJGENGE LFROu OUR CORRESPONDENT5.] SYDNEY, Tuesday night. Ta the caseo of WVilliam Fogg, junior, convicted of cattle-stoealing ot the Yaus quarter-sessions, and seon tonced to Reven years on the roads, in which certain. points of law were reserved, the Supremo Court has. decided that tihe conviction stands good. Clayton, thle bushranger wounded and captured by the Chieno, has died from his wounds. Archer has. beeoon scratched for all his Randwick ncagagements. QUEANIBEYAN, Tuesday night Four young men, named Donnlly, two Farrol's, and O'Brien, apprehended near Bungendoro by Constablo ioilly and another, on a charge of horse-stealing, hlave boon brought before the bench and remanded till to-morrow. The police came across the pri sonors at a stockyard in the bush. Donclly ran off and RIilly fired nseveral shotsl before he would surrender, one of which passed through his hat. MIELBOURINE, Tuesday afternroon. Tju: election addressesa of the Victorian ministry promi...

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GOULBURN WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 7 September 1864

a00UL0r0N0 .' OLttALIE RItOnu CUItttENtt +. lt'san, O8. 6d. to Gs. 55 bushel. dlotr, Gnue£20 U' ton ; o.'ooo,. £25 Pollartl, ts. Gd. '0 bushelo ; or Is. by tho that too. truo, hS. 4Id. 5to bushel; or bs, by the halt ton. Brcsnl, /3.oo. 5 2-tb. toar t ' . . , Maote, 3s. Gd. to 4s. Gd. rer bushel.t Barlto. Eotlisht, 3s. Gd. to 4o. p buohtl; C0o0, Is. Gd. ; no demaeod. Onat, 2s. Gd. to os. 6'.51 hashoel; l'lo, £3 tOs. to £4 los. '5 ton. Buotter, fresb,G0d. tols.n 5tb.; salt, 7d, Cbco*re, 4d. ?ttb." taeoo. Gd. to Od. 51 l. '£45, Sd. 58 dooon.. Pototoes, 20. GI. to 4s.51cot.- ' " 0000o, 180. 51 Owt. . Fog Cottlt, prime, from £4 IOs.'to £'105.5 modtunm, l£2 to £3 10$. , ' : Oboop 1?. to 15s,? hto d. : ,. '1 b:.:ad, Pigs, 3d. to 44. j5'lb. lJer (rotnet), 2d.to44. Sb. ' ntotmto (retail), 44. 5 tb. Ttallowo, beeo, £20 to £271 ton,; mutton, £28. adetn, so. to So. ohot . Sbrpheinsto Gd.; Waoo e3. 745. Sb Carriage 51 teon-ydnoy to (oltlbr0to,£4 100. to £5?f150; nulburoyn to tydnoy, £2 Go £23 10...

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LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 7 September 1864

LOCAL AND PIIOVINCIAL. Tlsr LATE 1lonacirY AT YAnllhnoo. - At the Goulburn police-court on Monday Benjamin Cramnp, a respectlable-looking young man, was clharged with the above ollffence. Senior-constable Beonton, stationed at Ilinda, deposed :-- On the 30th ultimo from information received I apprehended the prisoner at his own place on the Crookwell, near IBinda, on a charge of breaking and enter ing thb dwelling of William Bean on the pro vious night, being armed, and stealing there from certain property; I told him the ehargo; he asked wchen; I said last night; he said that ihe was then at M[r. Ford's, at Cook's Vaile Creek, and had not long returned; I searched the place and found one bed-gown, a sheet, a salt-bag, and a gold ring with stones, garnets and emeralds; on prisoner 1 fond.16is. in silver, a kInife, a purse, and a receipt; I produce the latter articles; the others were handed to prisoner's wife by order of Mr. Cakes, Mrs. Boan disclaimning all knowledge of them; I too...

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COMMERCIAL GOULBURN, Tuesday 10 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 7 September 1864

S co rAI1cGA L .... GOULBIIURN, Tuesday 10 g.m. WnHEAT A.D FLOu.--At Conolly's Still -Fino flour, £26 per ton; seconds, £25; if less than half ton, Is. per 100 lb. oxtra. Pollardl ls. Sd. per boeushol retail; bran, Is. 4d. perbushel retail. VWheat, primo samples, Os. per bushel. At Emanunol's Still:-Fine flour £20 per ton; seconds, £25; if less than hiadlf-ton, Is. per 100 lb. oxtra. Wheat, host samples, Os. par busohl; bran Is. 4d. per bushel; pollard ls. 85. rotail. SYDNEY, Sionday afternoon. Giles's affairs have boon satisfactorily arranged. Thoi trusteds have talcen possession and commenced to sell off the stock this morning. The imports of Saturday and yesterday have beeoon very hoavy. The arrivals d oinpriso the immigrant ships Warrata and torning Star, with 830 government immigrants; thie Carolina Coventry from London, the Princess Beatrice and the City of l\Montreal from Liverpool, with general merchandiso; and the John Jay from Adelaido, with 185 tons broneadstufe. The Whit...

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SYDNEY SUMMARY. MONDAY afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 7 September 1864

SYDNEY SUMMARY. Io.n.Ly afternoon. So?IE ton days ago I informed your readers thalt Air. Forster had declared the Provincial Councils Bill as printed in the Empire was incorrect. This is now oflficially notified in the following terms by the Heorald:--Vo are authorised to state, that the so called "Provincial Councils Bill," which has bcon pretty generally circulated by means of the country press, is entirely destitute of authenticity, as pro fessing to indicate the opinions and views of the government in relation to such an amendment of the present municipal law as it is contemplated to lay before the Assembly. The whoIo matter is still under consideration, and nothing of a definite cha racter has yet been decided upon. The Empire replies as follows : - Whoever authorised the ]Ierald to say anything of the seort imposed upon its credulity, and authorised his victim to stato a deliberate untruth. The Pro vincial Councils' Bill, as it appears in the country papers, was copied from th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 7 September 1864

For Sale, A WAGGONETTE, with- lamps, pole, &e., in "good order. Apply to Mn. C. COLE, 15861 : Verner-streot, Ooulburn. .For Sale, A WVELL-ESTABLISlIIED INN, completely furnished, situate at the Tuons Gold-fields, together with a 40.acro paddock, fenced in; stock yardl, eight-stalled stable, and butcher's shop. ;; " ? .. ALSO -" • A substantially-built STORE, with kitchen, atore rooms, and stableh .and-the well-nssorted: stock of Drapery, Grocery, nnd Ironmongery; the whole beng as completo an investment, at a moderate outlay, as can be.desired. The post.ollico (salary £20 per annum) is in a portibn of the above premises, .The present proprietor wishes to proceed to Eng land, and he will bhe bappy to afford intending pur hnasert any. information respecting the business. The stock e i not;largo, and is well-assorted. The terms of purchase tan be made very easy; and, as the.property is very compact, the various depart ments can he managed at small expense. Apply to H. G. CHARD,...

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BRAIDWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 7 September 1864

BRAIDWOOD. (Prom a corrca'ondent.) TnE Cowper banquet is thle principal topic of con versation just now, and it is proposed to have dele gates thereat representing the Braidwood consti tuency. In the event of an election consequent Sipo? 'a dissolution of tlhe present parliament, the names bf several gentlemen are mentioned as likely to contest for the seat now occupied by MIr. Ililford who is about to be solicited to resign his trust into abler hands. The gentlemen spoken of are G. B. Simpson, Esq., barrister-at-law who it will be remoem bored was in the field with F. A. Cooper. Captaini Watson is also spoken of, and in all probability he would be returned as he has time and ability at his disposal to servo us satisfactorily. " The sudden removal of the gaol surgeon, Dr. Red head, from his attendanco has given much dissatis faction, as the why and the whereforo of his sudden dismissal is in no way accounted for; and a petition is habout to be forwarded to the proper quartor for exp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 7 September 1864

Wanted, WO OR o TIHTREE HIInORSES AND.MEN :to i poulnd all stoak found o tlio CQurabihugalo Esnate. Apply,.to .... . . : .i,:;i Mnm R..OCRAIG, 1556 -.i .. : . Agent, Goulbturh.l W. anted,;· 'n A. i M i Ithdoughly uodrrnataoids fdltij ii Sl its brannobhns I.iboral w?igen;o Alpl'to " CISAS rITOMAS 1555'. Gurraopgatn. ' a. nted.... ... t' . f EN: to nOplto n few nmiles of Iog .fneing. son ALEX. KINGESORNE 1503 . :: ! Mnxton. Wantedb ' IESPECTALBE n''d wvilling FElMALE COOKfor t oiintry (Cantn). 'Ap to M~;:Pian lINLAY, ; 1105 t. i Yanso and Wanted, . ?,: , : ,GOOD ARMiI ING" MAN,; Sido, a BY t" loone nftnor.sicl atu iino sisdo'niltthhth.e milking. Apply, to01 O 157 .; 'i : '. . '1 l'.Inveraloa hy. M iiARItE?D MAN witlioutieaeubbraine, wants A...cmployment.: Io is` a Woolsurtor, hnas bhon nmplonyed for' saeral ynars ai ktorbkelpor on a Squottinig Sttitlpa"oand wools tV atitiiliu .omplhyment, or to tk ochabirgo' of a Coduntry Stoi.e.' Address, O.P.Q, G6~iltiurn [teiald 011c.. 1599 T'wo P....

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To the Editor of the Herald and Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 7 September 1864

io th0 dilr oif t/e IIcrkahtl oad Chroeicte. Sin,-The state of tho roado in thisopart is vory bad. I will rolato 0 fact connected with tho samo. Five weoksog9 a dry vwas loaded in Goulburn for this toenslp The d,?iy ioiq not yet arrived, nor is it within tifteon miles. It hIas been plundered of nearly all the property at Pejar, about £100 worth,: ighly estimated. 1 conelsidir thp governnloet to blame; if tle roads Ia(l baeen in even tolorablo ro* Pr, the property would long since hav6 boon leyered, and my lpart of it, that is. about sixty Poudu eworth, (pluldered) would ,iost of it havo ,en n"ld. T'l'ho Ilrtii ministry. promised greaont alrins with regard to lusrlanging; but robbories ,i.u lr more frequent now tlhan over they wore pro. Viallly, atid in miy opinion the present governmieont n-l teover succeed in even pitting a eret ol them i,. t?lt tlhey iliardy attempt ito do it, Iopilng thatl f itll, gie the above rooat in your Journal, . Ihioda, grd Sephemlmr. BVOLf)l!

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