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SYDNEY SUMMARY. THURSDAY afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 1 October 1864

S SYDNEY SUMMARY. < Tnnsna affternoon. , s till nothing to report beyond what you may i fi easily glean from the papers; and fear that ill beagin to consider that my salary may very ho saved. Still. as I lhavn't tho inventive is ot some melropolitan correspondents of pro ld journals, I can't spin you long yarns without material. When anything transpires on as and Thursdays I always send it ifI loan; f thinga won't happen don't expect nme to tell hat they do. S.Roberts the champion billiardist (there's a amo for yon!) is to play his first match hero onday noxt. The speculation promises tobe a oneo. o Froee Trade Association have adopted a poti against the increased English postal rate to be nted to parliament. lrcady asnt you word, but I suppose you had oom for the announcement, that Miss Dickson's horsos, Zionobia, Kildaro, and leockingham, sold by auction, at West Maitland, on Thurs week, and purchased by Mr. Wado, for £.105. last Maitland Mercury to hand gives the fol h...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And Chronicle, The
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LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. PLOUGHING MATCHES AND HORSE AND POULTRY SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 1 October 1864

LOCAL AND PRO VINIAL. PLOUGHING MATCHES AND HORSE AND POULTRY SHIIOWV. Tine Argyle Agricultural Society's eighth annual ploughing matches, as well as their exhibition of entire horses and of poultry, took place on W\Vednes day last. Instead of Garoorigang, where the plough ing matches have hitherto beoon hold, the ground cclected on this occasion was a beautifully situated piece of land in one of MIr. Bradloy's paddocks on the Wollondilly river, now rented by Mr. WV. Taylor, who kindly gave the use of it gratuitously. A better selection could not have .been made, the scenery being quite equal to that of Garoorigang, whileo it had the additionil charm of novelty, and the distance of thie ground from thel contro of the city is considerably less. The day was delightfully fine, and this no doubt was thie cause of thie very numorous attendance, which ftr exceeded that of lest year. The number of persons present probably did not fiel short of five Ihundred, and included a large proportion...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And Chronicle, The
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FRENCH PROCEEDINGS AT LIFU. (To the Editor of the Freeman's Journal) [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 5 October 1864

FRENOTI PROCEEDINGS AT LIFU. (To' te Editor of tIe lFreean',s Journoal) SIn,--In a leading article of tlhe S. M. Herald published on the 22nd inst., thle French missiolnaries at the island of Lifu nro charged with inciting the authorities to acts of oppression and persecution towards the Protestant missionaries who are stationed there, and this article is publishelod on the morning of the departuro of the mail for England, so that no opportunity was afforded of countoracting the pernicious effects which such statements must necessarily have amongst persons in the mother country who interest themselves in these matters. This proceeding I consider was unfair on the part of your contemporary, who should hlave either made his comments at an earlier period or reserved them until he was placed in possession of autlhentic information on the suboject. It is gratifying now to find that the Herald wroto under an almost total mis conception of facts, as appears by the article in to-day's issue...

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THE HERALD VERSUS FREE SELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 5 October 1864

TIIE HERALD VERSUS FREE SELECTION. (From the .Frman,'s Journ,,l.) TuE Sydney MIorning Herald of Mlonday last. in one leading article after anotlher, takes occasion to allude to "thoe peculiar foa ture of tile Robortson Land Act," in strong terms of depreciation. And it ondoavours to fasten upon it slyly the imputation of having already produced the most mischiovous effects. But the indictment is so framed as to evade, if possible, the manifest danger of being upset by an alibi. The principle of free selection is not arraigned in its nusual name of having been the immediate occasion of certain flagrant evils, but the chalrge is brought against it under an equivocal desig nation. Our detection of the artifice, how over, should necessitate its accusers either to join issue on the true merite of the case, or to withdraw.the accusation. For we deny iltogotiher,-and we declare our ability to make gobd the denial-that free selection has had anything whatever to do with bring ing about'thos...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 5 October 1864

RE1IWOV.L. HENRY SMITH, (Late of the MIarbet House Tavern,) BEGS to inform his friends, travellers, and the public generolly, that tie has removed to those large anl commoitious premises formerly ocupied by Mr. Charlev Thomas, sittated at the corner of Auburn and Verner otrocos, ond well known as THE EORSE AND JOCKEY. Having now every necommodation that can be desired for travellers. teams, tiorses, &c., and being determined that nothing shall he spared to ensure the comfort of those who may favor him with their pateroage, the advertiser hopes to retain the custom of his old friends, and to gain that of many sew ones. 1688 To Let, TfHAT magnificent agricultlrol and pastoral T properly, known as SAXE BANNISTER'S GRANT, contoining 256(5 ACRES. sulroinieg the estates of Meesrs. Wooro and Dickson, about 25 miles from Goolburn. Apply to FINLAY AND CO. Australian Auction Mart. . 1655 Notice. A LL stock found tresoseing on the LONG SWVAMP nshd adjoining lands, Icnown ans IIYLYATD '...

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TRENCHING AND SUBSOILING. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 5 October 1864

TUENCOIING AND BUBSOILING. (From the Week~ly MKail.) Or all those lands, which according to the American proverb, respond to the tickle of a hoe with guffaws of fertility, South Austra lia, in the opinion of her own farmers, evi dently stands foremost. On no other sup position than that of an apprehension lest mother earth should go into hysterics and become utterly unmanageable, can the very gentle tickle they are wont to administer to the old lady's sides be explained or justified. To skim the cream-no matter how thin the coat-off the largest possible number of acres, has hitherto been the yearly aim of South Australian agriculturists, until the surface soil, scourged to exhaustion by un interrupted cropping without replenishment, has in numerous instances ceased to yield a return. Not that in the worst examples of this kind the real staple of the soil has been impaired-that may have become actually enriched by the washing in of salts and other matters with which the surface was o...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And Chronicle, The
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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE SYDNEY, Tuesday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 5 October 1864

TELEGCRbA PIlJC INTELLIGENV. [FROMl OUR CORRoPONDENTe. " SYDNEY, Tuesday evening. Ten. steamer Now Moon and the barqueo Tybee are total wrecks at Port Stophens; and so far as is yet known only one prnsoli has boon saved. In the church aid.sbhool linds.case the judgoes have decided that thero still exists a trust in favor of religion and education. -. loborts hue wonthb billiard matehly. 127 points. 470 tons of breadstuffs havoarrived from France, and also a small shipment from London. Mr. lIoffiltt, colonial treasurer of Quoeensland, died suddenly on Sunday. . The Adelaide government deny g;anting permis sion for passing goods in bond up tho Murray. Tuesday night. Mossrs. Buchanan, WVeot, and Furlongo have boon nominated for East Macquarlie. The show of hands wne in favor of Buchanan. .A poll was do meandoed,

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AUCKLAND. THURSDAY, September 8th. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 5 October 1864

* .ATCKLAl-D. (From th1ecorresroldcntf of ohe 5. M. Iarld.) ·-TulesDasY, September 8th. Srem my letter of the 30th ultimowe have had two surrenders on the part of bodies of rebel natives in this province. Tihe first of thdse was the submission andosurrendnr of asmall hapu of IMaories, cldsbly connocted with the Tauranga tribe, with whom peace was madoe latoly. Their proper homo was on ai island olf t-he coast, a little way to the north of Tauranga proper, known by the name of Mayor Island. Thore were in all about fifty persons, and their surrender was in itself but of very trifling political consequence. That every score of rebels who desert the cause of rebellion, and take to that of peace and good government, is a great gain some how must be allowed, however; and this good even the surrender of some fifty half-starved and wretched rebels may be said to effect to some extent. To the south of the Tauranga natives lie the Arawas, who fought out the old feud at Otatata, when the chief...

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MELBOURNE, Tuesday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 5 October 1864

31ELBOURNE, Tuesday ovoning. Mr. I)onsoux, a merchant, has fiailod for £00,000. Other failures aro thought probable. Ilusriaesr is dleprossod. Flour oeasier.

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THE PLOUGHING MATCHES. To the Editor of the Herald and Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 5 October 1864

STHIB.PLOUGIIING IATOHES; To the dito of tlhe Ilcrald and Chronleo. Sme,-I was not aware that editors were in the habit of writing to th'oisclves. I road a letter in Wed nesday's Argu sianed " A Farmeror," complaining of the manner in which thoproccedings at the plough ing match -woro : carried out, and .I regret that this so called farmer was not phicod on the committee, when I have no doubt his ex perience as a farmer' would have. hboeon of great servico-to the Society, and he would then have had no necessitytorusb into print. But I am afraid he is like a good many more, fond of finding faults, but doing nothing to remedy them. However the committee are always glad to receirve suggoestions, and if the Farmer's had beeoon recommended before the matches perhaps an effort would have booeen made to carry them out; but I know the proposal to get up a lunch at a cheap rate, and to have speeches made, did not originate with' the Farmer, but he wishes the readers of the Argus to believe i...

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LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 5 October 1864

LOCAL AND PROVIN~CIAL. Accmn..r.-On the morning of tho ploughing motcheo James Amor, who subsequontly competed in tho oucondl mlatch foell over his ploogh and broko ono of hio ribs. Notwithltanding thisho went through the conte0 t (Id won 1the0 prie. '.Tlllt ItItiIoo (UAnn O oTllUte.O'ItOAINtI, -01n SHtuIrdlIy lost Jhl.n 1)riscoll, alin Willinll Oirdlnior wna brolight ip at theo Collburn police.oulrt anld co(lllttudt to t1(o hit |rinIl it th( Iouxt (l(s0iz, o0 two chorgnv of Ihorbo.0itolltng-th0 on00 in reUl'I)ct to I )l))'ro 1 prol)trly of ,lI(noa (X, (nd1 thie nolthor itn tl00.(0ct to ( Itolol til(l lh topl' ot 0 IhotltOIl| (1:ot),- (hl hlotlhoy, lilobort UrOulltul1l, tot ilO ello1'0tly ox. 0ellhi; lp rJon(I(, wheO 0(t to Jjll for lthr'e ((l)y. blur)' hlilo, for n? ilogthng Ma(ry Titomt(, whO fineIl do, (1d cuwie-lit dolhi to IU'( o (Jll flor twlent!y. l'ur urtlll, A slughbtll nlrol le)rous woo ntitiled to .MALL DomTS COURT.-ThO monthly sitting of this court was held on Monday, wh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 5 October 1864

Wanted. SGOOD FTARMING MAN. Apply to JOHN BROADHIEAD, Inverary Park, Bungonia. 1741 . Wanted, t3EN to completo a few miles of log fencing. ALEX. KINGIIORNE, 1593 . laxton. Wanted, ONE LOAD OF STRAW. FINLAY AND CO. .167 Wanted a 1diller. HE must be thoroughly converaont with his Kbusinoess, and produce testimonials ao to characteor and abilities. Apply at the 1770 GOULBURN STEAM MILLS. Wanted, T~ENDERS for completing the English Church at Gunning. Feor specificatioons and particulars, Apply to ,n.1 W. GROSVENOR, :. • Gunning. Tenders will be opened on tle 12th dOf Ooeber. - S1758 Fifty Pounds Reward. S TOLEN from my paddocks, between Friday cr eveeing.and Monday morning, my PRIZE FAT BULLOCK. He is a grey. approaching to a roan colour, with loop horns, branded thus, WP off rump. F I will give Fiftr Pounds for the conviction of the thief or thieves whol committed this daring robbery. This reward to extend to any future robbery of the likeo. Private information, if it should lead to th...

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SYDNEY SUMMARY. MONDAY afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 5 October 1864

SYDNEY SUMIlIARY. IosNDAY afternoon. TilE government have at last called for tenders for the extension of the Great Southern Railway to Goulburn. Tenders are to be sent in by the 8th of next month. The worle is called for in one tender. The distance is stated to be rather more than twenty-six miles. The time to be allowed for the completion of the worlk is three years. Full work lug details will not bho ready until the 18th instant; but the IHerald gives the following particulars:-The portion of the southlern extension for which tenders are to be called commences at the end of Contract No. (Mlessrs. Forstor and Roberts'), and carries the railway into thie town of Goulburn. The line will he 26 miles 27 chains in length, and is to be let in one contract. Some very heavy worksl will be required, the principal of which will he bridges across the numerous rivers and creoeks. Close to Goulburn there is to be a tubular girder bridge over the lMulwarree Ponds, with twelve openings of sixty ...

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COMMERCIAL. GOULBURN, Tuesday 10 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 5 October 1864

Co All JU1l CIA L. GOULDURIIN, Tuoday 10 pnm, WViivt .<.N) FLovuL-At Conally'M MIII :-Fi-,h Ilour, £20 pr ton; ucon~d, .£27; if leos thlu hblf. ton, l. per 100.lb. uxtra. 1 ollurd, £0 Ld. per ton, I,. ld, per buehul; brujn, 4| par ton, l, por bucll. Whout, good ernplela, 10s. per bushol, At lImunuel'n ~ill i--Fie Ilour £d28 1r ton; oeconds,' £27 ; If l|s thao all:ton, lu; ,per 100 b, oxtro, Whel#, b1et smpls, Io. per buliheI. Unro, £4 per ton wholesale, Is. peor bushel retail; pollard, £6 1ios. per ton wholesale, ls. 81. per bushel retail. SYDNEY, Monday 4 p.m. The Western cscorts Irrived on Friday night with the following quantities of gold:--Solla, 1207 oz. 13 dwts. 15 grs.; Bllathurt, 82i oz. 2 dwts. 8 gra. Hargraves, 452 oz. 10 dwts. 18 grs.; MnIudgeo, 8l4 oz. 10 dwts. 2 gra.; Tambaroora, 402 oz. 17 dwta. 18 grs.; Stony Creek,.881 oz. 17 dwt.. 9 gro.; Iorbes, 740 oe. 2dwtsl . li gr.; Orango, 483 oc. 12 dwtls. 12 gra. Total, 5039 oe. 16 grs. Blusiness slack. Even Ilour...

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GUNDAROO. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 5 October 1864

GUNDAROO. (Frotln a eorrpondent.) :: Tmxas in general hore at'preserit arovvry doli. The weather is al' that could beh desitred, the rains 'we have had,.and now. the hot days having caused the earth's surfisco to assume a mantle of green. - The crops at a' disthiico are looking well-indoed all thait 'dbuldbho desired." But' Iam sorry to say' that not withstanding tile good prospects of the 'sottlirs at a distance, their-prospocta are not .so promiing-when tho',owheamt field in notrd.' Tho-aphi han made ito a'ppearaonceo oiingit tile 'vheit, and.whorover.theso animals are the greonnoss i?i?olving the crops and a yellow. 'hu'mb taking its plane.. They are' nearly' .pouble the size of' the cabbago aphis, and of i'dark gieon or brown coleour, and much the shape of a native hbgn. Judging from presontappotrances the 'dammigo donehby the rust'of lost year is likeily to be 'exceeded by that now being dori by theo naphis. A gentleman here lios recommendod rollingto kill them; buht a good qua...

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TO SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 5 October 1864

TO 8UzBSCRlJEIiS. -n order to nae postageg ne intend to adopt a plann rartch ia already pnraued lU seeral other papori and ancknowlndgo the rceipt oj remlttalnre in this colmn intltead of bl rletter. Ilxlninnncan T?nxcnlI[ from Mr. .. Ford, lhnnondorr, do it. 44., on noount ofitr. T. Sh nnntgnn, tonior; from Mr. Mo ,nrrlnn, tindt, for oleettot n, £1 10. .; ,Mr. C, WVnltert Coomn, for cotcotln.tt, £6 4a.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 5 October 1864

AUSTRALASIAN FREEMASONS' HALL, HOTEL, 191, York-streot, Sydney: ALFRED BRADFIORD, proprietor. FIRST-CLASE ACCOMMODATION for gentle men. Private families will at this hotel find the comn forts of a hlomo. 1712 Produce Stores. M ESSRS. DURTAII and IRWIN are prepared Sto receive wool, sheepshins, tallow, hides, &c., for sale by nuction or privately, at their Prodoce Stores, Circular Qouay, Sydney. Liberal advances made on wool, sheepskins, tallow, and hides consigned to them for sale or shipment. Circular Quany, Sydney. 123 H ATS. G. H. SMITH, 'PRACTICAL HATTER, 316, GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY, Three doors south of IIunter-street, IS manufacturing every description of HATS and CAPS, and is receiving monthly shipments of English and French Goods, all of which he offers at reduced prices--wholesalo and retail. Country orders promptly exenttod. 1403 J. B. HOLDSWOITH, "WIOLEALt AMID IRETAIL FURNISHING AND GENERAL IRONMONGER, 458, GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY, (Iron Yard, Market-street, Sydney,...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 5 October 1864

AT the preosent time when the subject of provincial councils and municipal bodies, with powers embracing exteonded areas, is exciting attention, and is likely to give rise to considerable discussion, it may be well that our readers should be furnished with a summary of the provisions of the Victorian District Councils Act. There are some few points in which it will probably ore long be amended. The principal of those are the matter of boundaries and tihe expenses at tendant on the election of members; but on the whole, the operation of the not has boon productive of much good, and its work ing lhas boon satisfactory. A similar mea sure would be found much better adaptbd for the requiremonts of New South Wales than an imitation of the New Zealand pro vincial council system. Perhaps the read ing of the accompanying digest may canso members of parliament to procure copies of the act and study it for themselves. The District Councils Act now in opera tion throughout Victoria, was passed...

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CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 5 October 1864

CALENDAR. I)*y of ~ lal' I)ayoof theo Week. FouLnr Sun noOu A~ n. m nI n\'..... Oct F 51 n IS 5 0 4 '¥II?D?E)AY .......... O 6 4 '2 5 •IUI55OAY¥............ * 6? 6 Tnlt ant @ivtrnicle. WEDNESDAY, OCTOIBER 5, 1804.

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WANT OF VARIETY AMONG TREES AND SHRUBS IN PLEASURE GROUNDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 8 October 1864

WANT OF VARIETY AMIONG TREBES AND SHRUBS IN PLEASURE GROUNDS. (leom the leoema.) \WErs we consider the great taste for orna mental gardening at tho present time, tlhe numerous fine hardy trees and shrubs which are capable of enduring our climate, and the moderate price at which tlhey can be obtained, it is rather strange that tihe shrubberies and ornamental plantations in very many places of note are still mostly composed of the oldest and commonest kinds of trees and shrubs, w?lich, with few exceptions, have occupied similar places in our gardens since the days of Philip MIiller and Abercrombio. The great lack, however, of variety at the present time in most pleasure grounds and ornamental plantations is perhaps more owing to the generality of planters not kIowing thle different species and varieties of hardy trees and shrubs that we now possess, and the kinds whichl are best suited for theM purpose. Ono of the chief reasons for planting dif ferent hinds of trees and shrubs in a pl...

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