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THE FUTURE HOME OF THE YANKEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 15 October 1864

FU4 ereE HOaM OP TaHE YANKEE.-. eYou find us," said Brigham Young, ," try * to live peaceably. A sojourn with eaple thus minded must be a great relief to pa, who come from a land where brother tah lifted hand against brother, and you tear the confused noise of the warrior per atually ringing in your ears." Despite the atruntlYl deferonce and Scriptural dignity of this speech, I detected in it a latent crow over that "perished Union" which was the lerouito theme of overy saaint I met in ILah, and hastened to assuro the President tt I had no desire for relief for sympathy aith my country's struggle for honour and ,ristenco. "Ah !" he replied, in a voice ;igltly tinged with sarcasm. " You differ :atly, then, from multitudes of your Iaatryaoen, who, since the draft began to talked of, have passed through Salt ke, flying westward from the crime of pair brothers' blood." "I do, indeed." Still they are excellent men. Biother llber Kimball and myself are every weekl -itedl to address a trai...

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FRIGHTFUL DEATH FROM LIGHTNING. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 15 October 1864

FunoIGHTFUL DEATH FO1HO LIGHTIns, The 'Wellington correspondent of the South Australian Register states, that last Tuesday the weather was very oppressive, and there was that perceptible sulphurous odour which indicated that the atmosphere was highly charged with electricity. About two hours before sunset the storm burst, and the dis. play of the dread artillery of heaven was grand and terrible. I have been in manya thunderstorm, but never in one more inteone while it lasted. The forked lighting flashed with an incessant vividness which dazzled the eyes, whilst the volleying crashes of th rumbling thunder almost numbed the sense of hearing. It was amidst this elemnotd strife that a daughter of Mr. Wylie, living near Lake Alexandrina, was suddenly and fearfully deprived of life. It appears that the unfortunate girl, Sarah Wylie, had gone out on horseback in the afternbon to take some cattle to pasturage. Not returning at dusk alarm was excited, and her fatllhr and others went out in ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 15 October 1864

oEuLmERUIAL HOTEL, GOULDBURIII. JOHN C. Mc ALISTER, (Late of the Sportsman's Arms, Boro,) BEGS to inform his friends and the public goene. B rally that he has taken the above well-known hotel, where he hopes, by strict attention to the comfort of those who may favor him with a call, by keeping a GOOD TABLE, and the BEST LIQUORS procurable, to merit a continuance of the support hitherto awarded to the house. THE STABLES will meet with the advertiser's particular care, and none but the BEST FORAGE and most attentive grooms will be kept. C Loose boxes for racehorses. 1725 JOIIN C. Mo ALISTER. American Edge Tools. F LASSETTER is now landing, ex Siam and £ Observer, heavy shipments of S. WV. Collins' Yankee axes Sharp's and Pratt's ditto H. Collins' Ohio ditto Half and Boy's ditto Shingling, lath, and hunter's hatchets Simmoud's New York broad axes Digging, hay, and sluice forks American claw hammers S. W. Collins' curved Californian picks American billet-saws Ames' long and short handle...

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Saved One Life at Least. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 15 October 1864

Saved One Life at Least. Min. A. D. LICEY, of River Styx, Ohio, writes: " I have a little girl nlbject to croup, nod being afraid to depend on the ordinary remedies have em ployed a physician for her. Last night, Decomber 27th, 1863, ohe was taken worse than usual. Thi doctor had been called out of town; nomething had to be done at once or the child lost. I gavfie fie ten spoonfuls of the expectorant, and applied enlauel cloths, well saturated with your liniment, to her neck and breast, and in half-an-hour relief was ob tained. This morning the child is quite easy, nod will recover; and if you could but hear the praises given your remedies by my wife, ycu would coc' toinly feel that the expectorant has saved one lifo at least." The Expectorant and all Dr. D. Jayne and Seona family medicines are sold in Sydney by the generC agents, J. and E. ROW, 219, Pitt-.trct, 0ad b druggists generally, from whom may also bo od' toined onGRAT Jayn's ?Medical Almonac and Guid to Health. Agent for G...

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Immediate and Permanent Relief. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 15 October 1864

Immediate and Permanent Relief. Mns. J. B. FISHER, of St. Jobnsville, }Mont gomery county, N Y., writes: " My little daughter, aged ten yearn, ha s,Oaloay been subject to cold, producing croup, congeltion, inflammation of the lungs, or a severe protracted cough. Your Expectorant is the only medicine that ever gave her immediato and permanent relief. have tried other lung remedies, but they proved use, less, and a resort to your expectorant was the only means of core."

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PROGRESS OF ENGLAND UNDER LORD PALMERSTON'S GOVERNMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 15 October 1864

PROGRESS 0? ENGLAND UNDER LORD PALMERSTON'S GOYEIINMENT. (From the Mefdbou',,c Arl'qs.) WE cannot be surprised that Lord Pal merston should point with pride to the unexampled state of prosperity in which the country has continued throughout the five years during which his cabinet has hold office. IIo boldly assorted, and no one seomed disposed to gainsay him, that nioro had been done in those years in overything connected with the material interests of the country than "perhaps was over done in the same period of time before." 1re shall hero give the facts as Lord Palmorston gave them, for they cannot be without interest to Englishmen. Betweon 1860 and 1864 tax ation has been reduced by £12,000,000. A commoercial treaty has been negotiated with France, " which has wonderfully increased the mercantile relations of the two countrios." The imports from France in 1859 were in value- £16,000;000,-. in 1863 they £24,000,000; and " that -there ha be great development of the trade of the ?u...

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HORRIBLE SUPERSTITION OF THE VAUDOUX HERETICS, OR SNAKE WORSHIPPERS, OF HAITI. (From the S. M. Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 15 October 1864

HORRIBLE SUPERSTITION OF TIIE VAU DOUX HERETICS, OR SNAKE WOR SHIPPERS, OF HAITI. (From the S. M. tIerahl.) WVE translate, from the Opinion National, the following account of an extraordinary secret and cannibal sect, stated to have been in existence in the negro community of Haiti for upwards of sixty years past-a horrible superstition, which, through con tinuous misgovernment and defective educa tion in that fine West Indian Island, appears, unhappily, to have greatly in creased in numbers and influence during the last twenty years. The account is obviously authentic, and will, we think, be road with interest by our roeaders, as presenting grave and terrible facts for the consideration of all students of psychology and political economy: Do you know what the Vaudoux sect is? Are you aware of the nature of the religion of the Emperor Soulouque-of the Law of the Adder or Serpent? The catechism of this sect-born on the soil of Africa, and spread through most of the colonies-is of a v...

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THE DATE PALM. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 15 October 1864

THE DATE PALM. (Froe the Weekly Mail.) WE recehtly expressed a belief that the in troduction of superior varieties of thoe date palm, and the proper methodical cultivation of that invaluable tree, would prove highly beneficial to the colony at large, and more especially to the arid regions of the far in terior, where gardening, with a view to ob tain the fruits of Europe, is too precarious a pursuit to hold out much prospect of the bushman's slender and unwholesome bill of fare being greatly extended by its means. In the following we have collected, from various sources, such notices of the chlarae teristics of this palm, and peculiarities in the modes of cultivation pursued, as appeared to convey useful information to experiment-. ulists in the hitherto untried field of abori culture to which we would fain call atton tion. It augurs well for the probability of their success, that .those very circumstances of our soil and climate which are so inimical to the well-being of our garden...

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WEATHER PROPHETS AND THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 15 October 1864

WEATHER PRIOPHETS AND" THE.' WEATHER. SIxCE the introduction of Lioutenant Saxby's predictions of the weathor to the inhabitants of the old and now world many prophots have arisen who claim to have prognosti cated, with a tolorable amount of correctness, tihe future state of the weathor. Sir F. W. Herscheol, Bart., in writing upon the subject of these weather-wise prophets, and such there have been from time immemorial, and referring to meteorology, says :-" So far as the prediction of the weather is concerned (which most persons consider, very orrono ously, to be its only practical object), it may be regarded as a science still in its infancy; though, if such be the. case, to judge from the volumiribus nature of its records and.the multitude of books which have boon written on it, its maturity, if ever attained; would promise to be gigantic indeed, , were it not that the progress of all real science is towards com pression and condensation, and its whole aim to supersede the endles...

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GOULBURN WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 15 October 1864

OULnO?lO? WIIOLE?ALE rRIOCES CURREtNT. Iwhrat, 10s. bushel Flour, fine, 29 .' ton; reennll. £.27. Pollard, Is. 8d. 'h bushel; or Is. by the half ton. Bran, ts. 4d. z bushel; ot Is. by the halft ton. Bread, 7d. I 24b. lost. ifotne, Is. Cl. to 4. Cd. per bushel. Barlo,. English, 3s. Id. to 4s. ? bushel, scarce; Cape, 2m. Cd., no demand. Oats, 2s. Od. to 3s. 7,L holel. Bas, £3 10.. to £4 10s. 5 ton. Butter, Iresh, id. lb.; salt, Cd, to 7d. Chetee, 4d. 4, lb. Bnon., 4X1/. to Cd. 4, lb. Fgge, 8d. to d. 7 doeen. Potatoes. 3I. to 3s. Cd. 4 rWt. Ontona, Its. 4 owt. Foa c(ttte, primo, from £4 10s. to £5; medlum, £3 10s. to£4. Bhep, 142. to 18s. 4i bend. Plos, 8d. to 4d. 'L lb. Beef (retell), 3d. to 4d. Ilb. Mutton (retail), 4d. , lb. Talloer, beef, 2t to £27 4 ton ; mutton, £28. litdea, ts. to ts. each. heepjAinto, 4d.; washed 7d. 4t lb. Cartorlgs ton--Sydney to (oulburn, £4 10s. to £5 Oou* burn to Sydney, £3 to £3 lts.; toulburn to Lamblng Flat, £41 tloulburn to Adeloog, £t to £7: tGoulburn...

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COMMERCIAL. GOULBURN, Friday 10 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 15 October 1864

heo COil lAERI? CAL. -;1 r( GOULBURN, Friday 10 p.m. 'ho WIHEAT AND FL.on.--At Conolly's Mill:-Fine o:flour, £28 per ton ; seconds, £27; if less than half raxlton, Is. per 1001b. extra. Pollard, £6 16s. per ton, 'o is. 8d. per bushel; bran, £1 per ton, Is. per bushel. ?Vheat, good samples, 10s. per bushel. 01on At Emannel's Mill:-Fino flour £28 per ton; heosaconds, £27; if less than half-ton, Is. per 100 lb. Slinlxtra. Wheat, boat samples, 100. par bushel. Bran, Sltho£4 per ton wholesale, Is. per bushel retail; pollard, boi£6 169. per ton wholesale, Is. 8d. per bushel retail. r Avcr?ONEEms' REPORTs.-Messrs. P. Dignam and iCorca. report:-Fat cattle.-On Monday wo sold 111in12 head of Mr. Jenkins', from the Murrnm ioribidgee, as follows :--First pen, Messrs. Stevenson . and Patmore, at £5 Ga.; second pen, Mr. J. rO'Donnell, at £4 15s.; third pen, Mr. Thompson, Gd'at £. 10s.; fourth pen, Mr. W. MN Connell, at -1£4 2s. 6d.; fifth pen, Mr. J. O'Donnoll, at TcC£3 17s. Gd.; sixth pen, Mr. E...

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Instantaneous Relief Afforded in Pleurisy. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 15 October 1864

instantaneous Relief Afforded in Pleurisy. Mr. W. IOSKING, of South Yarra, Australia, writes, October 5th, 1853 : " I have much pleasure in bearing my testimony to the efficacy of Dr. Jaynoe' Expectorant. I n17 suffering from an attack of acute pleurisy, so that I could not breathe without great pain. I tried two or three medicines without avail, and was hourly get ting worse, when I was induced to procure a bottle of the Expectorant. I now feel bound in gratitoudo to GnY that I experienced almost instantaneous relief, and in a short time I was entirely cut'ed."

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LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. GOULBURN DISTRICT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 15 October 1864

LOCAL AND PRO IVINIAL. GOULBURN DISTRICT COURT. Tno. sittings of this court commenced on Wednesday, before Judge IMoymott. The list comprised one con-: tinued and thirty-three now cases, the majority of which were either settled, undefended, or presenting no feature of interest. The following are the only ones worthy of notico: T. SiMALLEI1L V. T. LAVLER,. This was an action to recover £10 10s., amount of defendant's promissory note. Mr.,Gannon appeared for the plaintiff. On the case being called, defendant admitted the debt, and said he would pay it; but on the promissory note being shown to him said that he had never signed it. Ile was then sworn, and de posed that he had never attached the marle purport ing to be his, and did not owe the money. The plaintiff was not in coutt but Mr. Gannon deposed that defendant had admitted the debt to him. His ilonor found a verdict for the plaintiff for the amount claimed, and told defendant that he had a great mind to commit him for peijury. ...

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To the Editor of the Herald and Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 15 October 1864

To the Editor q/ the Mrald and Chrontole. Sn,,-I would bog, through the medium of. your journal, to call the attention of the authorities to a nuiaaucro of the gravest nature, whioh should at once be roomoved. I refer to the languago used by a numbor of youths and boys who nightly congregato tii'tho MarkWo'4ro for a !l rk,. particular luring .thoi ligh nighto. Who they are, * bnow not; bui thie I do know, that tho,langua continually used by, them is such.as should strij theinost shtiailseas ivith disgust. Talkof moralit' flow c6ah wi'w?didor at tho fearful overflowing of 0 gaols when, in tho midst of Sabbath'schools a religious ordinancos, suoh depravity exists ? Th lovely robo, virtuo-the choicest logacy of a mother is dolled ore ",tho child a youth bccomos;", ald the lip., which wero formnd for tho expression ofpraiE to Ihoir Makor,aro " polluted by a doinoh's laimguag Nothing can conduco.to our happinns.'more thi seoing children play; lut whon tliatplay asstimbs f aopct of a braw...

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SYDNEY SUMMARY. THURSDAY afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 15 October 1864

SYDNEY SUMMIARY. TIunnsn.Y afternoon. THE Madras, with the English mail, passed Capo Otway at half-past nine this morning, and will pro bably reach Melbourno about nine to-night. The Cowper banquet promises to be the greatest ovation which has over taken place in Now South \Valoes, and if it is not attended by a larger number of M.L.A.'s, than did honor to the ministerial pic nics, "write mo down an ass." I use the word pic nics in the plural as the ministry dissatislied with their Middlo Harbor re-union, tried it on a second time by. giving another at lParramatta, on Saturday last, the result of which must have boon disheartening or it would have been duly trumpeted through the press. The ministry have applied the' pruning knife to the telegraph department.: The loss sustained by the newspaper extinguishing act must be made up some way; and the lirst step has boon to abolish the office of inspector of lines and stations, and reduce that officer to his former position of station:mas...

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 15 October 1864

VICTORIA. GLANcIlN at the result of the elections, so far as they have yet gone, the Argus of the 7th is of opinion that the prospect of an improved IHouse of Assembly is but a poor one indeed. The now House (it adds) instead of being better, will probably be worse than the old. Mr. I1c Culloch may be congratulated on having carried on the work so successfully begun by the late Mr. Ilealos, of deteriorating the character of the representation, and on having given us a thrust lower into the nethermost pit of democracy. The demoralization of the constituencies, which was commenced on a largo scale three years rigo, has been continued during the present elections, even beyond the hopes, us ,we should' magino, of its authors themselves. All the worst elements of the old House are begin ning to reappear on the scene; and oven in the caies where the old members have been thrown out, we do not perceive that their places are taken by better men. In the districts around the metropolis, where...

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THE BISHOP OF GOULBURN AT TUMUT [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 15 October 1864

TIE BISHOP mOF GOULBURN AT TUIMU (fnromn the .Wynard Times.) Io our last isiie we announced the safeo rri amongst us' of his Lordship the Bishop of Goulbu accompanied by his amiable lady and Mr. and Nl Rossi of Rossivillo,' nda Goulburn, this latter gen man being on'of the jdint secretaries of the Chu Society. of the Obulburn diocese. On Sunday his Lordship preached in All Sail Church to a crowdod congregation both morn and' evening, and administered the solemn rib confirmation to'about twenty-seoven candidates in afternoon. His text in the morning was. fro C6rinthians'v. 14 and 15, pointing out the mars mediation of Christ in behalf of dead souls., In evening he preached from 1 Corinthians ix. urging us to lead a godly lifo and extend the cht of Christ; In the afternoon his Lordship deliv an impressive and affectionato exhortation fi Deuteronomy, xxvi. 7 and 8, having rofarone repentance and faith, and particularly addroess tho"confirmoes. In the course of the snormon bishop allude...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 15 October 1864

Wanted, S T A N NE R. Apply E. DENNING, Taralga. 1775 Wanted, /j EN to complete a few miles of log fencing. ALEX. KINGHORNE, 1593 Maxton. Wanted, TEN MEN accustomed to road work. Apply R. KENNEDY, 1846 Towrang. Wanted, A STRONG ACTIVE LAD as LIGHT .PORTER. 1847 WHITING AND SONS. Five Pounds Reward. STOLEN out of Joseph Carr's paddock, Spring Valley, on the 10th of October, One BAY HORSE, branded JC on near shoulder, star in forehead, three grey feet, mark of fistula on wither, fifteen years old. The above reward will be paid on conviction of the thief or thieves, or One Pound on recovery of the horse, on application to CHARLES THOMAS, 1844 Near Goulburn. One Pound Reward. QTOLEN from Taylor's Creek, near Bungendore, 13 on the 9th instant One BAY PONY, bald face, branded on near shoul der W, on off shoulder JX. 2 If stolen, £5 will be paid on conviction; or £1 will be given for information which may lead to his recovery. JAMES RIX, 1828 Near Goulburn. Two Pounds Reward. ONE pound eac...

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THURSDAY—OCTOBER 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 15 October 1864

Tir itsusnx-OcroEac 13. Tho sitting of the court was resumed on Thursdiy' with' the caeo of ,_ 00, UL v. K . ... This' caso bad'ieon part herd ai the previous. day. It wois an nction brought by' 0 S.. 'Quail,. a publican'at Yass, against Mrs. Kelly, fdr' thoe board -and lodging of her son. Mr. Forbes' for:plaihtiff; Mr. Walsh for dofendant. . :....? It seems that the plaintiff was an old friend of Mrs. Keolly's late husband, and as such had boon made executor of his will. After his death Mrs. Keolly, then residing in or near Sydney, senther son to Yass to plaintiffs care, intending that he should be bound to a trade there. He remained at Quail's for seven months, and was treated as one of the family, but was not apprenticed. Subsequently plaintiff and defendant had a settlement, in which plaintiff was paid for money ho had advanced to the lad, and also for medical attendance on him at a time when he broke his arm. No charge was then made for board and lodging, though plaintiff now s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 19 October 1864

Notice. T HEREAS my, son, JOHN MURPHY, a block. 11 smith (a minor), left his home on the 26th September last, and is supposed to be gone in tIe direction of ('noma, this is to caution all clergymen and registrars against marrying him. Any person harbouring him from this dato will he prosecuted. HENRY MURPHY. Bungendoro, October 4th, 1864. 1763 .T, NOWLAN, SOD A-W& TE R, LEMIONADE, AND CORDIAL MANUFACTURER, MOONTTAGUE=STREET, GOULBURN. 2642 PICKLES, SAUCES, JAMS, &c,, (Free from adulteration,) MANUFAoTURED OT CICOSSE AND BLACKWELL, Purveygors to the Queen, SOHO-SQUARE, LONDON. 'C ROSSE AND BLACKWELL'S various first class manufactures are obtainable from every respectable provision dealer in the world. Purchasers should insist on having C. and B.'s goods when they ask for them, as it is not at all unusual for inferior preparations to be substituted. Their Pickles are all prepared in Pure Malt Vinegar, and are precisely similar in quality to those supplied by them for u...

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