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WORTH REMEMBERING. (From the Scientific American.) [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 8 October 1864

WORTH REMEMBERING. (Ffoe tl e Sciretific fAmricrnir.) Trns following article, from Drt. Hall's Journal of Health, contains practical hints on various subjects that are worthy of at tention : 1. It is unwise to change to cooler cloth ing, except when you first get up in the morning. 2. Never ride with your arm or elbow out side any vehicle. 3. The man who attempts to alight from a steam-car while in motion is a fool. 4. In stepping from any wheeled vehicle while in motion let it be from the rear, and not in front of the wheels; for then, if you fall, thle wheels cannot run over you. 5. Never attempt to cross a road or street in a hurry, in front of a passing vehicle; for if you should stumble or slip, you will be run over. Makle up the half minute lost by waiting until the vehicle has passed by in creased diligence in some other direction. 6. It is miserable economy to save time by robbing yourself of necessary sleep. 7. If you find yourself inclined to wake up at a regular hour in t...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And Chronicle, The
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ADVANTAGES OF SELF-CULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 8 October 1864

ADVANTAGES OF SELF-CULTURE. (From tle .Freeman'a Jor,,tal.) Tim rise and progress of the Australian colonies is not only one of the most astonish ing events of modern times, but forms an era in thehistory of the world. On this is land continent a hundred years ago a few savages, almost the lowest in the scale of human -nature, divided its possession with the emu and the kangaroo, and now the energy and perseverance of the European has subdued the wilderness, has introduced all the arts invented by modern civilization, and has enabled the busy and industrious population, who are now spreading them solves day by day further over its vast sur face, to start upon a career of unexampled prosperity. That Providence has placed within the roach of the majority of the in habitants of the Australian colonies, the means of raising themselves to a position of wealth and independonce they could never have attained in any country of Europe under ordinary circumstances, is a matter for which we ca...

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MESSRS GOLDSBROUGH AND CO'S NEW WOOL WAREHOUSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 8 October 1864

MESSRS. GOLDSBUOUGI AND CO.'S NEW WOOL WAREHOUSES. , (lIom the Atlbry .Banner.) THESE splendid warehouses, which have re cently been completed, are situated at the cor ner of. Bourke and William streets, Mel bouirne, and are of great extent, covering an area of 143 ft. in length by 100 ft. in breadth, and consisting of five floors-one in the basement and four above-the whole being executed in finely-cut bluestone. The first portion was opened for business about two years ago, and the latter or larger portion is now finished,-the whole forming a pile of buildings which for substantial appearance and convenience are certainly unrivalled in these colonies. They are built on the fire-proof principle, all the beams, birders, stanchions, &e., being of iron; the doors connecting the warehouses are also of the same material, thus com plotely separating them in the event of fire breaking out in either. The outside and dividing walls are of enormous strength and thiclkness, rendering ...

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THE BALLARAT AGRICULTURAL DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 8 October 1864

; T?E BALLARAT AGRIOULTURAL ^ DISTRICT. (Farom the MrlbouneC A.rpsa.) BALT.AnsrT is a fortunate place. It has both rich leads and fertile liolds, good agricultural as well as unparalloled mining resources. The country round about it, particularly to the north and west, is very diflorent to that usually soon in the noighbourlhood of a gold field. Instead of a region of barron quartz ranges, fine lightly-timbered rich-soiled flats extond back past Lake Burrnunbcet, round beyond Croswick on the one hand, and down to Smythosdalo on the other. A more in structive and pleasant excursion tlhan a trip through this district it would be difficult to imagine-instructive, as it shows the capa bilitios of the country, and pleasant, for it shows also how those capabilities have boon turned to good account.. The present season is not very codvenieot for travelling through the land, as the cross roads are in a foarfil condition, but otherwise the country is to be soon just now to advantage, the wel...

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THE YOU YANGS, STEAMER, IN THE GALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 8 October 1864

TIHE YOU YANOS, STEAMER, IN THE GALE. The screw steamer You Yangs arrived at Sydney about noon yesterday, having en countered the full force of the late heavy gale, without sustaining the slightest dam age. She left Newcastle on Friday, at 6.30 p'.m., with 460 tons coal on hoard, destined to Molbourne, calling at Sydney to take in passengers. A light S.S.W. wind prevailed, with fine weather, until the vessel was withlin six miles of Bird Island, when she encountered a heavy cyclone, accompanied by terrific gusts of wind and rain from south east. The vessel stood to sea for thirty oight hours, under easy steam and fore and aft canvas; terrific squalls, with continual rain, prevailed, and a very high sea got up. At noon on Saturday tacked in to thle land, and made Cape Three Points yesterday morning. The gale having gone down, she steamed to Sydney. During the night she shipped several heavy seas, but sustained no damago, thus proving herself an excellent son boat.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 8 October 1864

Take Notice. A LL peroas not connected with my establish. ment, found in my paddocks, either by day or night, will henceforth be regarded as being there for dishonest purposes, and will be treated accordingly. 1672 w. r. TAITRP ULL. To squatters, Breeders, Butchers, and Others. AUCTION SALES OF CATTLE, SHEEP, AND OTHER STOCK. jT thesolicitatiofl of oobovrooo persono intereotott to the SALE nod PUOIIASE of the above, the undersigned has completed arrangements, and is now prepared to receive consignments of every de scription of STOCK for disposal, either by auctiote or privately. Ilis large business connecxion both in titis and t1he neighbouring colonies and extensive business experineoo acquired (luring the past 14 yearn, he confdently trusts will enoble him at all times to procure the higheot market prices for his constituents. Ample arrangements hove been made for receiving stock, prior to the days of sale, into secure paddocks. Sale Yards-the Victoria Yards, Petersham. CHARLES MA...

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LOSS OF THE STEAMER NEW MOON. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 8 October 1864

L0OSS OF THE STEAMERT. NEW MOON. Our telegram from Newcastle in this issue| informs us of the total loss of the New Moon, steamer, off Port Stephens. We can give no particulars at present of this sad catas trophe. It would appear that only one of the crew had reached Newcastle, and that tile fate of the remainder of the crew and passengers is yet uncertain. The Broadalbano was insured in the Pa cific Insurance Office for £1800. The schooner James was also insured in thile Pacific for £300. The Geortrude is said to be uninsured. The Lowestofft was insured in the New Zealand Company for £1000, and the Southern Fire and Marine Insurance Com pany for £3000; a portion of which was re-insured. Tihe Now Moon was insured in the United for £2000, one half of which is re-insured. The steamer Balclutla has just arrived from Rocdhampton, towing in the steamer Samson in a disabled state. She left tihe ntanning on Friday night, and encountered terrific weathler. A sea broke on board, sweeping the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 8 October 1864

Wanted, ST A N NE R Apply E. DENNING, Taralga. 1775 Wanted, rIVWO GOOD BULLOCK TEAMS to draw in - billet-wood to the Argyle Steam Flour Mill. Price, six shillings per one hundred billets; distance, six miles. Apply to THOMAS EDMUNDS, 1795 Mulwarreo-street. Wanted, M EN to complete a few miles of log fencing. ALEX. KINGHORNE, 1593 Maxton. Wanted, TENDERS for completing the English Church at Gunning. For specifications and particulars, Apply to MR. W. GROSVENOR, Gunning. Tenders will be opened on the 12thll of October. 1758 Wanted a Miller. HE must be thoroughly conoversant with his business, and produce testimonials as to character and abilities. Apply at the 1804 GOULBURN STEAM MILLS. Ten Pounds Reward. TOLEN or strayed from Gundary, on the 28th k] ultimo BAY MARE, 151 handt high, stripo down the face, fore feet and near hind foot white, branded JN near shoulder. BAY COLT, 4 years old, stripe down the face, fore feet and near hind foot white, branded JH near shoulder. If strayed, on...

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(From the S. M. Herald.) WRECK OF THE NEW MOON (S.) [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 8 October 1864

(From, the 8. At. Herald.) WRECK OP TIHE NEW WMOON (s.) The steamer New Moon, bound from tho Macleav River to Sydney, was lost at Han nah Bay, near Port Stephens, on Saturday night. One seaman, named Richard Day, was washed on shore; but he can give no account of the remainder of the crew or passengers. He reports that there were eleven persons on board, including two lady passengers. The police have been dispatched to the wreck. Thie New Moon was returning from the M\lacleay, and had reached as fiar as Bird Island, when thle gale came on, and she turned to run back. She carried away her foresail, jib, and foretrysail; the steam valve broklo, and thus all command over the engines was lost. Heavy seas broke on board, and the water rose fast in her hold; the pumps soon became choked, and all hands woro compelled to bail out with buckets forsoveralhours. The water, however, still increased until there was three fooeet in the hold. The captain ran for Port Stophens, but was compelled to...

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GOULBURN WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 8 October 1864

GOOtlltlOlO W'le)LERALO n~ ~O~RH Imbe,, Ios. Ftbosbal. lort. " -r,. £21. ' bIc;l: or i,. ,y thoe bolf to,. 0rn, 4e. 4d. " buehel; or Is,. by the half ton. Bread, 7d. b2-.lO 1ot elnrr.Eonl~,b,8 Ca, *t' 4 U, · uiheI mlr00; CsplCl. CId., no demand. O(to e, Od. to 3s. Cd. ~ busahel. la, 4' los. to l4 ; ls. d ton. d nuluffo fresh,I Bs f b.; salt, Sd, to 8d. Ihsrc:, d. 'Lb. . nacon. 41/d1 to Id. t lb. Il0, 8d. to Cd. f dO en. Plootaoea, 3. to 3s. Od. B rert Oelo,l,, 18,. f ort. . . Fat Coll1e prIme, (role£ Cl i.1 to £1; toodlut ~91 to £4. Cbe;, 14ds. to 18s. e bread. Pica, Cd. to ?d. lb. Bet! (retail), Cd. to 4d. C l. Mlutton (retall), 4d. tb. 'Talowr, hoot. £20 £27 ton; multon, £21. i(l~ori, Ce. tote rOotlE. Crphrl .;norbod Cd. p lb. o£;(ol Ca.OlOgl P too--.Sydnoy to (loolboro, £4 I0e. CoE~ ol hourn to Cydlnoy, £2 10 £. I0e.; Goolborn to Lembing: Flot, Gol:~oulfO~ to AdelooC, £00o £7; Uloolbore to Tonot, £O 10£0O 10,. OoolbuiO to Ktnndon~,£lt£C tioulboro to W~ogCn iVagt, £1.B (Unoean oth...

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GREAT BILLIARD MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 8 October 1864

GREAT I3ILLTARD SIATCH. (From the Empir'e.) Ox Monday night the first of a series of seven groat billiard matches was played by Mr. J. Roberts, the champion billiard-player of the world, in the hall of the school of arts. It will be seen from the advertisements, which have appeared in all the Sydney journals, that MIessrs. O'Brien (of Tattersall's) and Mr. Lawrence (lato of the All-England Eleven) have undortaken the responsibility of engaging Mr. Roberts at a very large ex pense, and their spirited conduct in this respect deserves encouragement and support from the public. The hall has undergone a complete metamorphosis, and has been fitted up in a most complete and comfortable manner. The table lhas been placed in the contre of the room, leaving a suficient space romund it for the players. lound this space, o all sides, raised seats have been erected, so that a full view of the players can be ob tained from every part of the hall. The person selected to play the first match was Mr...

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COMMERCIAL. GOULBURN, Friday 10 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 8 October 1864

COCIM'ERCIAL. GOULBURN, Friday 10 p.m. WVsE.rT AND FLOUR.-At Conolly's MIill:--Fine flour, £28 per ton; seconds, £27; if less than half ton, 1s. per 1001b. extra. Pollard, £6 15s. per ton, Is. 8d. per bushebl; bran, £4 per ton, Is. per bushel. WVheat, good samples, 10s. per bushel. At Emanuol's Mill:-Fino flour £28 per ton; oeaonds, £27; if less than half-ton, Is. per 100 lb. extra. Wheat, bost samples, 10s. per bushel. Bran, £4 per ton wholesale, ts. per bushel retail; pollard, £6 16s. per ton wholesale, Is. 8d. per bushel retail. AUCmIONERLo s' RlEsORTS.--I- Sesrs. P. Dignam and Co. report:--Fat Cattle. The market is looking morowholesome, most of the butchers being low in stock and wholesale buyers looking out. The do cliuso, however, in the Sydney market, which to a certain extent rules prices here, will stop any large transactions except at a reduced figure. WYo direct attention to 100 head, prime, for sale on Mohday next.-Store Cattle. This day we placed a draft of cows at fro...

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COMPOSITION OF THE ATMOSPHERE. VALLEY OF DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 8 October 1864

COIPOSITION OF THE .ATMOSPHEi?E, VALLEY OF DEATH. (Fromn the Seienthlc Ai,crican.) THE atmosphoro that we breathe in its ordinary healthy condition is composed of the following constituents :--Oxygen, 2061 per cent.; nitrogen, 77 95 per cent.; oar bonic acid, "04 per cent.; watery vapor, 1I.10 per cent. Now, the oxygen is theoim portant ingredient whichl supports lfe, the nitrogen being only a dilutor of the oxygen; the carbonic acid gas is in scarcely appri. able quantity, and that is produced by th process of respiration and combustionoan It surface of the eart~h, by which immeS quantities are continually being fornd; neverthleless, thIe proportionate quanti scarcely varies, for this very gas, which ii excoedingly destructive to animallife,ins, all know, the principal food upon which the vegetable world lives, absorbing this carboni0 acid from the air, and decomposingit, e" taining its carbon and giving offthe onygen, whichl is just what animals reqouire. The destructive agency of...

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FARM AND GARDEN.—CALENDAR FOR OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 8 October 1864

FAR~I AND GARDEN.-OALENDAR FOR OCTOBER. Froem the Avatrralaoan.) KITcENo-sADENn.-October had nearly arrived be fore spring was upon us-exuberant, mild, genial spring-the most beautiful season of the year. The kitchen-garden presents this spring an unsually backward appearance. The faito of sowings of melons and cucumbers has been-either that the seeds have rotted in the ground, or, if the young plants ap poured, they have had to struggle through coldand stormy weather, and have become weak and sickly. Later sowings will very likely overtake those put in earlier. Those who prefer onions for pickling have still time to sow a bed or two. Choose poor soil, and lot them rise thickly on the ground. By this method you may got small-sized onions suitable for pickling,-tle silver-skinned are generally pro foerred. The Chinese yam (Dioscorea batatas) may be planted in the open ground. This vegetable is found sulticiently hardy for this climato; it is very prolific and the flavour deliciollus ...

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THE LATE VIOLENT GALE. THE STORM AT NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 8 October 1864

THE LATEI VIOLENT GALE. (From tie E,1,nre's Orenposdeet.) TvIE STORM AT NEI|WOASTLE. TJnE heaviest stonn experienced on this coast for a long timo occurred on Friday night last, and continued with unabated violence during a good part of Saturday. Tile ravages of this storm, howover, wore not confined to the seaon, but did considorable damage on shoro in and around Noewcastle, the most serious of which occurred to the now Wesleyan chapel, so recently complotod at a cost of some £5000. This building occupies the pinnacle of tihe highest hill in the range that forms so conspicuous a feature in tile site upon which the city stands, and being a spacious and lofty structureo was exposed to the full force and fury of the storm. The gables of the building fronting due east and west in accordance with ap proved custom, exposed its longitudinal extout facing the south, the direction in which the storm partly came, and thus gave the wind a great and unobstructed power over its expansive and el...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 8 October 1864

AUST'RAtASIAN FREEEMASONS' rALL HOTEL, 191, York-street, Sydney: ALFRED BRADF{ORD, proprietor. FIRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATION for gentle men. Private families will at this hotel find the com forts of a home. 1712 Produce Stores. I ESSRS. DURITAM andl IRWIN are prepared to receive wool, slleepshins, tallow, hides, &c., for sale by auction or privately, at their Produce Sfores, Circular Quay, Sydney. Liberal advances made on wool, sheepskins, tallow, and hides consigned to them for sale or shipment. Circular Quay, Sydney. 1293 EATH~I S. G. I. SMITH, 7LACTZICAL BATTES, 216, GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY, Three doors south of Hunter-street, S manufacturing every description of DATS and CAPS, and is receiving monthly shipments of Esglish and French Goods, ail of which he offers st reduced prices-wholesalo and retail. Country orders promptly executed. 103 J. B. HOLDSWOITH, WHOLESALE A.MD IIETAIL FURNISHING AND GENERAL IRONMVONGER, 458, GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY, (Iron Yard, Marklet-street, Sydney,...

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TOTAL WRECK OF THE BARQUE BREADALBANE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 8 October 1864

TOTAL WRECK or TuIIE DARQUE BRUE ALXE. A telegram reached Sydney on Saturday ovening stating that the B3readalba was on shore at Bellambi with her masts t. away. The following is a copy of a le ter from Captain Saabyo to Messrs. Laidley Ireland, and Co., detailing the particula of the wreck : "L Bellambi, 2nd O tober. ".Through Mr. De Flom, go einent pilot, you will have heard the fa of the Breadalbane. We have had amoe miracu ious escape. Half a cable's length on each side of the plac where the vessel s nded is a stone reef. Had we struck on i, not a soul would have beeoon saved. As t was, through the exertions of the people o shore, we wore:all hinded safely. The Brc alban arrived in Bellambi on the 28th ultimo. She commenced to take in coal or the 29th, and by noon the same day 116 tois were on board. In the afternoon we werped, ae cording to the pilot's directions about a cable's length outsido the governoent moor ings. W?ecommenced dischargieg ballast, and by 4 a.m. on Friday i...

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NARROW ESCAPE OF THE STEAMER PATERSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 8 October 1864

EARRlOW ESCAPE 01 THlE STELLMER PATERSON. The steamer Paterson, Captain Summor bell, left this port at her usual hour on iFriday evoning, with twelve cabin and oight steerage passengers, and a large general cargo, consisting of maize, wool, tallow, hay, hides, and live stock. On leaving Newcastle she had light southerly weather but nothing to indicate that so heavy a storm was near. At 8 o'clock p.m,, on passing Bird Island, found tile wind and sea increasing; about. 10 p.m., heavy squalls of wind and rain came on, and at half-past 10 sllo shipped a sea forward that filled her decks, the fore cabin, and forecastle. The engines were im mediately stopped and the gangways un shipped to allow the vessel to right herself. At this period the weather and the situation of the steamer are described as fearful in the extreme. The steamer was then kept under easy steam with some expectation of being able to make Broken Bay at daylight, but that course was found to be dangerous and impracticabl...

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THE LATE HORSE-SHOW. To the Editor of the Herald and Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 8 October 1864

TilE LATE HORSE·-SIIOW. To the lEditor of thie Herald and Chronlcle. Ssn,-In your report of the show of entire horses at the iato' ploughing match, you state in reference to the prize for the best draught stallion, that the judges had much difficulty in deciding between . tlihe two horses shown, viz., my horse Hero, (entered by Mr. King), and Mr. Thorn's horse Samson, but that after much consideration and care the prize was given to the latter. You go on to say that the decision was impugned by those interested in Hero.; and accusations of positive unfairness have been made against two of the judges; "but that it is obvious" you add, "that they arise only from disappointment. Losers are still-as they always have been-grumblers. It would however be in far better taste to bow to the decision of the judges." Now Sir, as being the person most interested in bero, I bog leave to say that Ishould never grumble froen the snimple flet of being a loser. If I lose fairly, I would willingly giv...

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BRAIDWOOD. THURSDAY evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 8 October 1864

BIAIDWI OOD. (Frora a eorrespondent.) TUcooDAY ovening. ,os.reo news is cheering. The late rains ohavo been moest acceptoblo to all branches of industry, and the coming soaon so far ohas opromise of prosperity. 'T'e weather continoues cold, indeed o second witetor; but tiho crops look exceedingly healthy-yon con almost soo the wheot grow. I heard an old resident say the other day that he never remembered haviig wit neossed so favourabloe a season for the iirmenias; and should their prospects be carried to such an extent as present applearances would have us anticipate,,thlo bad seasons of the last three or four years will be, to som0 extent, made up to the toiling husband man. A meeting wos hold at Mojor's Creek school-room for tbo purp6so of establikhmng I Mineirs' Liteorry Institute, Although the moeting was not nume rously attonded, novortholosn the coinmosii undertaking will bo fully mot by the diggoril working on the crook. I purpose sending yos outline of what was done at the ...

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