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CEYLON. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 17 September 1864

OEYLON. Our dates from Colombo are to the 17th ultimo. The state of public health is any thing but satisfactory. Cholera has broken out in several districts in the island, and the majority of cases have proved fatal. An ex tensive fraud has been committed on the Oriental Bank by the ledger-kcaper, who is now in custody awaiting his trial. The total amount of the defalcation is £4250. The Oliva, a British vessel of 1154 tons, was wrecked on the Mutwal coast on the 4th.

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OSWALD CRAY. CHAPTER III. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 17 September 1864

OSWALD CRAY. BY M5R. IIENS.Y WOOn, AVTHOR ou .AST LNNIB. OIIAPTEiR Ii. IMiss DAVrENAL sat in her usual seat near the window, her straight figure bolt upright, her knitting needles plying Ihst their work, tile small inlaid table at her right hand holding the open ponrl bnsket of wool. How many stockings, socks, sleeves, chest-protectors, and other useful articles were knitted by Miss Davonal in the course of the year, the poor alone could tell-for they. were the recipients. ]Hallingham surmised tiha shel must spend halt her income upon wool. Tlihere'sno doubt she was a charitable, well-meaning woman 'at heart, but she did not always show it in her manner. A beautiful woman in her day must halvo been Bottina Davenal, with her pure com plexidn and her classical features. But the grey eyes had a cold, hard look in them now; nnd the nose, across the high bridge of which tllhe delicate skin was drawn so tightly, Wis almost painfully thin. Theo name, Bot tins, had been bestowed on her at t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 17 September 1864

: ;AUSTRALASIAN FREEMASONS' tALL ? H OTEL, 19, Yorlk-street, Sydney: ALFRED IIBRADFORD, proprietor. FIRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATION for gentle men. Private families will at this hotel find the com. forts of a home. 1712 Produce Stores. M ESSRS. DURAIt and IRWIN are prepared • to receive wool, sheepshins, tallow, hides, &c., for sale by auction or privately, at their Produceo Stores, Circular Quay, Sydney. Liberal advances made on wool, sheepslins, tallow, and hides consigned to them for sale or shipment. Circular Quay, Sydney. 1293 11.T S. G. H, SMITH, 'PRACTICAL mATTER, 316, GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY, Three doors south of IIuntcr-street, IS manufacturing every description of IIATS and CAPS, and is receiving monthly shipments of Eanglish and French Goods, all of which ho offers at reduced prices--wholesale and retail. Country orders promptly executed. 1403 Jf. B. HOLDSWORTH, WIHOLESA LE ACD IRETAIL FURNISHING AND GENERAL IRON1MONGER, 458, GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY, (Iron Yard, Market-stre...

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RIPE OLD AGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 17 September 1864

RIPE OLD AGE. TeE man that dies youngest, as might be expected, perhaps, is the railway brakeman. His average age is only 27. Yet this must be taken with somne allowance, for the fact that hardly any but young and active men are employed in thlat capacity. At the same ago dies tie factory work woman, througlh the combined influence of confined air, sedentary posture, scant wages, and unremitted toil. Then comes the railway baggageman, wmho is smashed on an average at 30. Milliners and dressmakers live but little longer. The average of tihe one is 32, and the other 33. The engineer, the firenmn, the conductor, the powder-maker, tis well-digger, and the factory operative, all of whom are exposed to sudden and violent deaths, die on an average under the ago of 35. The cutler, the dyer, the leather-dresser, the apothlecary, the confectioner, the cigar malker, the printer, tihe silversmith, tihe painter, tihe shoe cutter, the engravor, and t~hi machinist, all of whom lead confined lives ...

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A VISIT TO THE VICTORIAN EXPERIMENTAL FARM. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 17 September 1864

-A VISIT TO THE VIcTORIAN EXPERI MIENTAL FARM. (From the Yeoman.) ITr will be in the recollection of the readers of theo Yeoman that some interesting facts are to be met with in an account of a visit to the Experimental Farm recorded in the volume of 1863 (August 1). Mr. Mitchell hlad then just entered upon the farm, and the observations made have some bearing upon the present notes. The lest season was very unfavourable for the crops; rust and caterpillars destroyed nearly everything; extreme wet prevented the work of fal lowing, as tile weeds did not perish owing to tihe excessive moisture in the soil. One field, which had beeoon drained in the time of thile ancient regime, was regularly turned into a swamp, through the silting up of the drain-pipos and the rush of the storm-water from the higher ground. At the present time this field is in a very bad state from wet, being sown with oats, which are nearly altogether destroyed. A portion of another field, on which a crop of Calcutt...

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MINOR ENGLISH TOPICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 17 September 1864

MINOR ENGLISIH TOPICS. Besides numerous minor collisions, we lnave had two serious railway accidents dur ing the month. One of these was on the earwich branch of the Great Eastern, whero the ongine left the rails, owing to the rottenness of the sleepers. The passengers 'er oprincipally from Rotterdam, bound for Ludon.. The other casualty occurred near '5Wcastle, to a large Scotch express train, i which wore several M.P.'s, four profes 5eonal reporters, and many persons of dis tItion, on their way to the Reoyal Agri eltural Society's meeting at Newcastle. No lives wore lost, but dreadful injuries wee inflicted. But tleso sink into insigni ficanco beside te awful sacrifice of life on tGilod by an accident to an emigrant Irain in e ~aa. In crossing a bridge over the it of theleu, part of which rises to ad S it oe phassage of ships, the driver drove htrain ito the river. The scene was ap relong. Nearly 100 dead bodies have been receysred, and nearly 4'00 were wounded, '~tilsted, and inj...

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THE NEWS BY THE BOMBAY. LONDON, July 26. THE BATTLE OF PARTIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 17 September 1864

THE NEWS BY THE BOMBAY. (From, th OCorrretondcnt of the rltbournt Atrus.) S LONDON, July 20. THIE 1ATTLE OF PARTIES.. J11E groat parliamentary duel impending at tho date oflast month's mail has boon fought, and the Palmoerton ministry survive the or deal ,of: battle. Yot rarely hlas a viotory brought so little satisfaction or honour to tihe successfiul combatants. It was to the divi 'sions and flagrant factiousnoss of the oppo sition,' rather tlhan to the goodness of their causejo.or theo force of their explanations, that Ithe government owed their triumph. 'helo cbiiihtr'y is'anything but proud 'of the abject attitude in which it has boon placed by t~o policy of Eanl Euss'oll; indeed, Englishmen of.all. political creeds and par ties fool hnimiliated and disgraced. at the figurowo.havo boon made to cut in the eyes of foreigin iiations. After all tlhe plausible apologies which have boon offered by minis tars, the conviction is deep-seated in the nation's'hoart, that we have boon trai...

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THE NEW ZEALAND LOAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 17 September 1864

THE NEW ZEALAND LOAN. The New Zealand Guarantee Loan Bill has passed the House of Commons, but not without being subjected to a fiery ordeal. Two very earnest debates were raised preli minary to the second reading and to going into committee, during which there was a good deal of plain and probably unjust spoaking, which will not be at all palatable to the colonists. On each occasion signifi cant protests were uttered on both sidos of tho House, not only against the practice of guaranteeing colonial debts, but also against tIhe continuance of these cruel colonial Wars, whether in Now Zealand, West Africa, or elsewhere. Indeed, there is something strange in the pertinacity with which some of the speakers embrace every opportunitv of villifying the New Zealand colonists. The war is said to be exceedingly unpopular with the Britishl troops employed - is stigmatized as a settlers' war, fomented by a lust after native lands, and maintaiiled be cause it is profitable to the colony more im...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 17 September 1864

LAGGAN pLOUGHING M?iATC-H lTILL BE IIELD ON THURSDAY, 22nd Sinstant. First Match. For all ploughs with pair of horses, driven with reis. First prize .. ....... £5 Second ditto ... ... £3 Second Match . For all plsougn s drawn by not loss than ?ix?hbul lockS, wvith driver. First'prize...... :.5..£ :Sbcs~n~d'tto .'. ;;" £'3"'' " ; . .: , :' -.;.;A i~: .;,L ' T:? ' ' . " : . BY-LAWS: ..: : i i, For bioth plough mhtehoes there shall bte thiree (3) comnpetitors. . ,; , ..., . . . .• 0)2 Competiors ar parieuldnrly equested: take notice ihat all ontrances of the ltehes will bhe made. at the-Sportdimn's Arm, Lnggan; a'idl thesoe en? tranceomustbo made punctually' at l--o'elokl?,~o that the ploughing matches shall commence attil2 o'cloek a.m. and terminate at 4 o'clock p.m. .: For further information intending competitors are requested to refer to the by-laws of the .Argl1' Agricullurnl ploughing matches, Nos. ;, 4 6,7, 8, nud 9. Entrancesfor each match 10s. . : J. S. PARIS, 1646 : Hon. Secr...

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ATTACK ON PETERSBURG. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 17 September 1864

ATTACK ON PETERSBURG. .. This town, iwhich, owing to tlio: coufso of the war, has suddenly becomio invested vitih considerablo imnportanco, lies on thoe south bank. of the Appomattox, a river which forms almost a half-circle round the south of Riclimond,'at' a radius of about twonty-five miles. 'It flows into the James about ten miles below Poterslburg, and at the point of junction Borninda Hi?tndred lies on its north bank,-aiid Oitj' Point oel its southi bank. Tho formosr, for somo' time past, has been the position hold by General Butler's army; whilo' the latter was 'choson by Geonoral Grant for his head-quartors. A railroad, which' crosses the Ap)somattox, .connects Petersbuirg withi Richmond, and so long' as this' line is open Peotorsburg cannot bhe com pletoly invested, for it does not appoear that the Feoddral. gunboats are ablo to use the river fdr thme purpso" of assisting the land forces. 'Soutli of Petersburg are soveral otlher railroads, penetrating into the very hearst o...

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THE CIVIL WAR IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 17 September 1864

*. THE-OIVIL.WAR IN AMERIOA. The news"from the seat of 'war in the trans-Atlantic states during the past month has been'of a very gloomy complexion for the Foederal causo. It really seems:as if a crisis was rapidly approaching, and that ex hatietibon would overtake the Northeril people far sooner than the Southern Confederacy. Both as i'regards men and money, there are signs of a not very remote collapse. 'In nearly all the military' operations of tihe imonth, the Confederates have incontestably haid the best of it. Whilo theoro was any thing favourable to report, Mr, Stanton, through the medium of General Dix, kept the American public an couranat of the won dorful successes of tlh armies of the Union. But of late, for considerable periods at a time, the telegraphic wires have been omninously dumb, and 'the people lIave been left to draw their own gloomy conclusiohn. The poor scribes, whose busifless it is to keep up the heart of the nation, arid to fost0r delusions in Europe, liavo...

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COMMERCIAL. GOULBURN, Friday 10 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 17 September 1864

COMMEA'R GCAL. GOULBURN, Friday 10 p.m. WIEeT AND FLOIun.-At Conolly's Mill :-Fino lour,.£2B per ton; seconds, £26 ; if less than half ton, Is. per 100lb. extra. Pollard, £6 15s. per ton, Is. 8d. per bushel; bran, £4 per ton, Is. per bushel. Wheat, prime samples, Os. per bushal. At Emannol's Mill:-Fino flour £20 per ton; seconds, £26; if less than half-ton, Is. per 100 lb. extra. Wheat, best samniploes, s. per bushel. Bran, £4 per ton wholesale, i8. per bushol retail; pollard, '0 16s. per ton wholesale, Is. 8d. per bushel retail. AUcTION.EEslm' -RePOETS.--Mosars. . PDignam and Co. report:-Fat cattlo.-T'ho trade are all mode .ately supplied; and in the face of the large num bers of cattle coming forward a decline may be looked for. On Wednesday we sold a draft from Gundagai-firstpon to Mr. Ticohurst, at'£4 12s. 6d.: second pen to Mossrs.. Patmore and Stevenson, at C4 16s.; third pen. to Mr. Carroll, at ;£3. These cattlo were in only medium condition, not nearly equal to Mr. Koano's l...

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INSECT PLAGUES. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 17 September 1864

INSECT PILAGUES. (Frot tU h Adadle Telegraplh.) IT is ratlher a mortifying than an astonishing obsorv ation, that the farmer's winged and many-legged enemies appear to be on the increase in Australia. Almnost oevery year brings a fresh set of depredators under our notico in one or othler colony. Now it is blight in some of its proteaon forms, now the wiro worm and the grub in wheat, or a larva that strips the young vines of their folingo just at the critical timo when that folioge is most required; or it is a hideous cream-coloured creaturo with a blood-rod nozzle;that shuns the light, and battens underground o thel tender root-fibres of the market gardener's choicest vegetables; while to crown all, especiallyin the more remote agricultural districts, an invading host of grasshoppers will frequently polish off vwhatever green thing their vegetarian predecessors may hlave spared. As has beoon intimated, thero is nothing very surprising in this; it may, in fact, be regarded as the nat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 17 September 1864

Sawyers ~I TMTED IMDIATE~ILY.IY Apply t S MURRA Y AND CLEGG, Builders, Gonl 1662 burn. Wanted Immediately, 300 HEAD STORE BULLOCKS, aged from 3 to 6. Delivery takenon the stition. Apply to Apply to FINLAY AND CO. Australian Auction Mart. 1624 Wanted, : _ EN to coniplete a few miles of log fencing. 'ALEX. KINGRORNE, 1593 . . Maxton. ;Wanted, MA" RIED SHEPHERD to caro for a lamuhin A flock. Also oSTEADY HORSE-DRIVER. J. MARSDEN. September 16th.' 1658 Wanted, A GO"OD HORSEDRIVER. Apply to Tl WILLIAM STEPHENSON, Lake G(eorgo. 1650 £15 Reward. 'TOLEN OiR STRAYED from Larbert, near SBraidwood, the undermontioncd horses: BROWN SADDLE IIORSE, about 15 hands high, six years old, branded JB conjoined on the near side, neck, and shoulder. BROWN DRAUGHIT lMARE, WB near shoulder, blaze down face. MLOUSE-COLOREI)D IIORSE, tanned legs, branded JS near shoulder. Five pounds reward each will be paid on convic tion of the thief or thieves; or one pound each if strayed, on delivery to BASSINGTHWAIGHTE...

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GOULBURN WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 17 September 1864

OULBUOORN WIIOLESALE 1'RIEt8 CURItOENT. Wheat, 80. Od. to 0s. t bushel. Flour, tOne, £1t0 t ton ; .eeond. £25. Poltard, ls. 8d. it bushel; or 1s. by tbo half ton. tran, ls. 44d. 't buohel; or ls. by the hbll ton. Rreoat, t?d. r? 2-lb. loot. talaoe, 3o. t. to 4s. 6d. per bubhel. Blarjll. Englttb, 3e. tO. to 40.10 bushetl, carce; Cape,2a. Od, no demand. Oat,, 2. 0d. to to. to. '? blaboel. flay, £3 Ios. to .£4 IOs. ton." . tUsl/ ee, frosot, l. 10 b.; sott 7d, to 8tO tCt~eae, 44.1 'to t."'. tnton. 4, . to d. e ab. Fggs, 8d. to Od. b dozen. Pot?nor, to. to ts. tOt. 10eot. O*tol?, 1t. o o .t. Fat Ctottet, potmeo from O ,o £4It. to £00; metuttt 3.10•. to£4. - Obeep, t4o. to 1to. ? tkend, Pta,, 0d. to 4d. p t . .. beej (retoil), 2d. to 44d. t. Mottllo (retolt), 4d. ~ tb. Talltlt beefT; Lt to £27 tonn; mutton, £28. tffd¢0, 60. tots. eabh. etepsx?tlo. tot,; wavhed 74d. 0 tb. Ourrotge 74 ton--Sydney to Goulburn. £lO. to £0 tolt burn to Sydooy, £3 to £0 1tOs.t 6onlburo to Lamblnog Fltt, £4;: to...

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SYDNEY SUMMARY. THURSDAY afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 17 September 1864

SYDNEY SUMMARY. TI'unsILDY afternoon. ExcUso a line or two on a subject affoecting myself. I repeatedly see copied into the columns of your southern contemporaries information which comes from mo, and the getting of which has often cost me much trouble. I don't grumblo so long as they fol low the orthodox course of acklnowlodging whence they derive the intelligenco; and'I don't suppose that I'm extraordinarily clover;' but by the Teet of their copying what I writo it is apparent that they attach:at least as much importance to it as I do. Now surely if the news is worth having it is worth an acknowledgment. Nearly all your southern con temporaries are more or loss open tothe charge. Lot me profoi a roquctsb-that you watch closely and expungo from your exchange list those guilty of this ptactico.* The Heorald says:-It will be soon from a notice in another column that the incroeased postage rate to Great Britain is itill maintained, notwithstanding the suspension of the rate by the hom...

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LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 17 September 1864

LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. |'oLce REPOlsr. - On VWednesday Thomas Mc Guigan, brought up for drunkennoos, woas dis charged. 1Messrs. J. it. Styles, and WV. P. Faith full on the complaint of F. MI. Charteris were each fined twenty shillings with cost of court, for not furniohing returns of their shooeep as required by the Scab Act. A similar case against MIr. E. Payton wvas dismissed, tMr. Charteoris being unable to prove that the defendant possessed sheep. A case of non paynent of wages in which Thomas Garrott was co?lplainant and John Oakes defendant was post poned to the 19th instant.-.-Yecstorday in the ease of Leonard Burgess and Charles Me Kinlay v. James Franhlin, for non-payment of wages, an order was made for the payment of £2 ds., amount adjudged to be duo, together with costs of court. In a case for using obscene languago, in which Michael Conolly was complainant and MIiclael Smith defbn dant, there was no appearanc of the parties. Pl:snvurrn:us SOIssE.-On Thursday ovening a soi...

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THE DANUBIAN PRINCIPALITIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 17 September 1864

TIlE DANUBIAN PRINCIPALITIES. The coup d'dtat of Prince Couza, which ant ono time threatened serious consequences, ap pears to have been accepted by the European powers concerned. The princ displayed great adroitness in winning over the Sultan, and seems tohavobeen elually successful with the Russian ambassador at Constantinople, who ]as signed ad referendusm, the conven tion establishing the now rdgico in the Danu bian principalities.

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NOTES ON THE MONTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 17 September 1864

NOTES ON TUE MONTIH. (.Froven the eYoma.) sonatIo. t is satisfactory to see thatsomo of farmers are fully alive to ilo advantages of sub ang. By repeated notices from time to time in Notes on the Month and elsoewhoro, the mon places ,this eubject as second to none, and mnmonds it to the attention of the rcader. Stir Sthe soil to a considerablo depth is useful on all ; hbut oi poor soils, to bury the thin surfaco of mould is a positive injury to the soil. This is wn and acted upon' by intelligout cultivators. ood managemenot, a thin soil may be improved onrached, so that an additional inch or two in h at oach ploughing will tend to give a greater to the aple of good soil, thus affording a rrauge nd a further supply of food to the :I ivo noewn cases where thin soils have ,gretly injured by turning up too great a hit of the inferior subsoil. No one can object abmihn, but to invert the soil moved is auotiher o0 following oexeellont observations, by a corres eiit of tbohe Bathurst Freeoo...

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GARIBALDI. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 17 September 1864

GARlIBALDI. Garibaldi has just; quitted tho baths of Isehia, near Naples. hMany persons thought Iis presence thore was merely a blind, and suspocted that a now enterprise was being organised. A susplicious-looling steamer had been hovering about the island, which was watched by two wvar-ships. Garibaldiis represented as chafing with impatienco at the delay of government in undertaking active operations against Austria, and as thrlneaten ing to talko the initiative if they do not soon move. Other writers speak of the general' health as very precarious, and state that tihe water treatment at Iselhia has been detri mental to him.

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