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CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 2 November 1864

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Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TO SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 2 November 1864

TO SUBSCRtDfltdS. order to eart posotag* n'e intend to adolpt a Ilnn trhleh is atlready puraed b rrrarnt othrr pn)aper and nehno?ledgpe th receipt oe remlttan,ee it this collmn instead of by rtertr. , , zllnierotn IcIrIVRP totm .Mr. W. tttggs, Yaung, post-onlot ler for £1' In. d. from .lr. T. t,noy, Camden, £1 17,.; A tlr. John .[acdonaldd, ILmltytelle, 17s.; from .Mr. A. ~nonn, Sprtg Valtcy, El.

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PARLIAMENTARY. THURSDAY—OCTOBER 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 2 November 1864

PARLIAMEN[TAR Y. TUvRsAY--Ocroee R 27. Ie the Legislative Assembly, Ministors stated, in reply to members:--that the amounts realised by the sale of church and school lands were carried to a suspense account in accord ance with a resolution of the Assembly, and the rents dividcd as heretofore:-that the report of the surveyor on the road from the Bathurst road to the junctfion of Fish River Creek with the Fish River had not yet been received, but, when received, the road would be proclaimed, if no objection existed and that the government had not yet determined whether the dishonoured cheques drawn by the late official postmaster at Young bshould be paid. In reply to Mr. Rotton, Mr. ?W. Forster said that Dr. Hamilton had been removed from the commis sion of the peace. In reply to MIr. Rotten, Mr. ZMartin said he had made no oflber of the office of minister for public works to any member of the House. The motion to appoint Mr. Wisdom chairman of committees was again postponed, objecti...

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

THE GOULBURN HERALD [EsrAoTusoot 1848) Is the oldest establiseod journaot it the southero districtt of Now South WaIles and since 1800 its increased circulotion hoa rondered it expodloot to priot it by steam,. THE GOULBURN CHRONICLE ' ESTADMSHED 1855) tEooooA~SIOo losbi Ittog nttaoted a oult oidou nrth" to thua t hof the ierld, wa incorporated with that paoper on 3lt arehi 1830. O SUBSiecIPtIOs eight shillings and eipenc per quaorterf postage, 2o. 2d.; or one shilling te,8 i" patd it odv oon--thnt is previous to th co :menocomnt of tio qounretor. The subocrp ion for twelvo months, I atid Int e to htis t0sr., poetage int oluded.. Subscribers are chrged only from the time ofnootee ing tihotr nam00. Orders to dieoutioue the paper must he aecomponied by payuPent in full up to the end of the curroot luarter, or they will not be attended to. 'The regular quortero end on the 31st 'forch, T0th J0ne, 0tiUl Septeomber, no 3lst December. O0 AUYEnttItO:- AdveotioeonotS are carged for L t tha fo...

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OSWALD CRAY. CHAPTER XVII. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 5 November 1864

OSWALD CRBY. BIY MII5. IIENIIY WOOD, AUTHOIR OF EAST LYNNE, CIIAPTERI XVII. THE commotion in thie town rose that morn ing to its height: it equalled the commotion at Miss Davenal's breakltfst table. But not from the same exciting cause. The one was caused by the curious absence of Dr. Davenal; the other by the death of Lady Oswald. She had lived so long amongst them: had been, so to say, the head of the social and visiting community of Ha-Illingham ! A great lady once, hbd been the Lady Oswald of Thorndyke. IHad she died in the common course of nature, after weeks or months of ill ness, it would still have created a stir': but to have died from thie inhaling of chloroform consequent upon the raihlay occident, caused very great anl unwonted excitemest. People were shocked at bher death; they mourned for the somemwhat eccsntric old lady whom they had seen driven througih their streets in her close carriage for years : burt tlhey noever cast so much as a slhadow of reproach on the doct...

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THE ITALIAN BRIGANDS AND CANNIBALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 5 November 1864

TIlE ITALIAN BRnIoANDS AND COANIeALS. Cipriano and Giona la Gala, are now in Capella, that is, in a circular chamber beneath the chapel in which prisoners under sentence of death are confined. They were at dinner when I entered, and, on hearing the click of the keys, hlad started to their feet. Cipriano, tihe nominal captain of the band, is of middle stature, a good round face, with coal-black eyes, black hair, and a full black board and moustaches, is broad shouldered and thickset, and must be of great strength. He is, however, fai from un pleasing in his appearance, and might in a crowd pass for a Ibuon padre di foiiglia. His brother, Giona, is taller and more slender, is what the Neapolitans would call a faccia 'ngiallhute (yellow-faced), a phrase, by-thloe by, which they apply to any one whlom they suspect or detest; his glistecing, quick and munsteady eyes create almost a nervous feeool ing of apprehension, and his long arms at tached to an agile frame scent ready to strangle y...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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EMERGENCIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 5 November 1864

EMERGENCIES. (Prom the Australian Medical JournaeL) A oRATE misapprehension appears to exist in the public mind, as to overybody's right to demand the services of a medical man, without even an implied obligation of remu neration. In soeveral instances that have oc curred within tile last few weeks, wherein medical men have refused to visit persons to whom they were suddenly called, and to at tend whom would have beeoon productive of loss and inconvenience, there has been raised a cry of hard-heartedness and inhumanity, and members of the profession have been held up to public odium for doing simply what is considered perfectly right in those who practice any other vocation save that of healing. Doctors are presumed to be phi lanthropists, having a general commission to do good, but whose remnuneration ought to be thle satisfaction of which they may be conscious at having performed it. They must be ever ubiquitous, and eager to rush off at the call of distress whenever it is made, w...

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VISIT TO A BURNING MOUNTAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 5 November 1864

VISIT TO A BURNING IIOUNTAIN. (Friom thIe S. . Herald.) A brief account of this natural curiosity may not, perhaps, be unacceptable to our readers, the majority of whom are probably not aware of the existence of such a phe noinenou in the Australian continent. The mountain is situated about twelve miles from the pretty and growing little township of Murrurrundi, the scenery around whichl is perhaps as picturesque as any to be found in Australia, and is very similar in appear ance to some parts of Italy. The town is completely surrounded with mountains, and, viewed fronm any of these eminences, the beautiful green valley beneath - through whichl winds, sparkling, the small rivulot of the Plge-and the pretty little village, nestling among the hills, together form a picture that many a poet and painter might revel in. Our presenout business, however, is with the mouutain and one fine morning we started, in complany with a friend, for the Burning Mountain Inn, which is about two miles f...

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NEW PLYMOUTH.—CAPTURE AND DESTRUCTION OF MANUTAHI AND MATAITAWA. October 8, 7 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 5 November 1864

,EW 'PLYIMOUTII.-CAPI'TUlRE AMD DESTRUCTION OF .MANUTATII AND 3VATAITAWA. (From tihe Taranaki lcreald.) October 8, 7 p.m. Intelligence was received in town yestor day that the Pulotnpu section (Tamihana's) of the Mataitawa natives were desirous of nmakig peiace, that William King's own people, the Ngatiawna, had removed to tihe other side of the Wiaitarna, and there would be no difficulty in taking possession of Manutahi an 1 Mataitawn. Accordingly, early this morning, a force consisting of 200 of the 70th, under Major IRyan, two field guns in charge of Captain Martin, R.A., Captain Good's and Captain Jones's companies of Buslh Rangors--O0 in all--under Major Atkinson, and Captain Mac's mounted men, started northward, as we mentioned this morning; at Maiahootahi they were joined by 150 more of the 70th, under Major Saltmarshelo--tho wholo under command of Colonel Warre, C.B., who was attended by his staff, and also by Colonel Lepler and Mr. l'arris. Tihe force halted a short time at...

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MAIZENA MANUFACTORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 5 November 1864

lIAIZENA 1ANUVACTOBY. (From, the Australastan.) Omu still too meagre list of colonial industries has recently received an addition, by the establishment at Yarraborg, near to the Hawthorn bridge, of a manufictory for the produce of starch and refined maizena. Of late years maizona has taken the lead among the farinaccous ingredients from which housewives prepare their table deli cacies, and in the mother country fortunes have rewarded tie producers of the article. The consumption of maizena is very large in the colonlies, and, as the raw material Indian corn-g?rows abundantly therein, and as the imported preparations are liable to become stale, damnp, and musty on the voyage, there would appear to be facilities and encouragement for their manufacture here. Messrs. Uric, nMalann, and Young are now trying theI experiment, and, so far as they haveo gone, with a gratifying amount of success. Messrs. Uris and Co. have erected a massive bluestone building on tihe Yarra banks, have procure...

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

.. TO SUBBS R!IIERS. In order tozave postagrs me intend to adopt a plan nTleh is ° alreadl purur ed by scveral other. paper anrl acknowvledge the receipt of remlttances in this column instead of bg SInlernorMnAc Eorv? from lIrs. CIOra.Eldrllgo, Blnda, 105.; from Mlr.. .owell, lcerlmro, bor collecltoon, s£14 l s.

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"REFERENCE TO OATH" IN THE YELVERTON CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 5 November 1864

"?IEFEREINCE TO OATH" IN THE YEL ERTOUN CASE. .VIcRY contradictory explanations of the pro ceedings in the Scotchl courts which Mrs. (Longworth) Yelverton has announced her intention. of taking, have been given. The Observer speaks authoritatively on the mat ter, and gives the following as the real state of the case: "A question of some interest has evolved from the judgment lately delivered in the Yelverton case-' the reference to oath in the legal procedure of Scotland.' We per ceive, by diffeorent articles of our cont-ou poraries, that this point is not understood in England. Mrs. Yelh'erton herself seems to have been misinformed on the subject. In her letter to the Times, she says that 'a de claration of marriage in Scotland can be proved either by writ or oath-that the one procedure follows the other.' MIrs. Yolver ton evidently imagines that in this new suit both she and the major will be examined and cross-examined, and that their declare tions on oath will be laid before the...

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

CAMENDAR, ay~ of the Week. n ·rle un oet e . * SATURDAY ;.......No. 51 o 0826 5 BUNDAY ............ 6 6 27 6 MONPDAY..... 7 ] 7 458 068 7 'TUESDAY.. .."'""':'"18 467 629 8

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THE "BLIND MEN" IN THE LONDON POST-OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 5 November 1864

THE " BLIND IEN" IN THIE LONDON POST OFFICE. Fnox an English publication, tile Leisure Hour, we obtaiu the following interesting description of the peculiar duties of the ! blind men" in the General Post-office London: "The tablo of the 'blind men' is the calmhnest spot in the building. Theirs is no worlk of.mere mechanical dexterity, that can bo brouightl t by constant practice to a dazzling rapidity of execution. It irequires much searchingindirectories, much guessing, much mental eflbfort to solve most of the riddles in writing that come upon the tablo. The irregular combinations of the alphabet alone present a boundless field of variety to the ignorant and ties persevering; and when the combinations of Christian names and suianlses, names of towns, and names of counties, as well as the forms of letters, and the parts of a letter's proper superscription, come to bo added, arithmetic can hardly convey the result. It is to this table that all those riddle letters find their way, up...

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(From the Gardener's Chronicle.) [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 5 November 1864

(Fzrom tha Gardeer's Chronicl.J It is admitted that the French excel in the culture of :asparagus, both in thile open air and in forcing. But, like the Euglish, they consider that it takes four years before a.plantation can generally be in proper con dition for cutting. This is a long time to have little or no return from the ground; and if the period by any mode of cultivation could be considerably shortened, say by one year, such a mode would deserve attention, and ought to be made known. Such a saving of time has been effected by Joan Baptiste Carbou, who details his mode of proceeding in the Revue Lforticole. He alludes to what is stated by M. Carriere, that asparagus takes four years before it produces shoots proper for cutting under the most favourable circumstances. But by his own mode he has obtained in the second year shoots measuring from two and a half to two and three-quarter inches in circum ference, a size which, it will be admitted, is quite large enough for use. His ...

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

TnE debate on the address in reply to the Governor's speech is at length over; and notwithstanding the manipulations of the premier-delicate or rough, as seemed best adapted to the temperaments of individual members- notwithstanding the tempting bait of the vacant secretaryship for works, notwithstanding that one or two snug sine cures require filling up, notwithstanding a few recent appointments to the magistracy, `nbtwithstanding that the present ministry have reduced corruption and intimidation to a science, tihe amendment moved by Mr. Cowper has been carried. It is quite possible that ore these romarks shall reach the reader's eye events may have occurred which will destroy their applica bility. The country newspaper must always labor under this disadvantage; and its con ductors must be content to find that ofttimes the course of events has rendered useless that on which they have bestowed some care and thought. They must be satisfied to deal with events passing around them as t...

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CULTURE OF ASPARAGUS [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 5 November 1864

CULTURE OF ASPARAGUS 'ITE following ectracts from a prize essay by Daniel K. Young, Esq., of Queen's College, New York, will show the way in whih·ithis important crop is planted by thoso wvho grow it on a largo scale for market. . Mr. Young considers thist a deep fine sandy soil is to be: preferred to. all others: Starting with the proposition that only roots of one year's growth should ever be transplanted, as older ones are liable to get mutilated in digging, and are in every way less convenient without any correspond ing advantage, it becomes important to obtain the largest possible growth tise first season. .For tlis a clean sandy soil is isoimst indispensable, made rich with fine manure, well worked in. Rake emooth and fine, and plant in drills fourteen inches apart, two inches betwedn seeds. To ensure an even stand, it is better to drop the seed by hand, as it is diflfoult to regulate even the best seed-drill to drop one seed at a time at regular intervals; cover an inch deep,...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 5 November 1864

NEW ZEALAND. By the Salamander (s.) we hlave Auckland papers to the 18th ultimo. It appears that measures have at length been iniitiated to ensure the removal of thIe escaped rebels from the Norlth; and that upon their failure to respond to the overtures made to them, within a weooek from the 13th, decisive action will be taken which will at once bring thlemn to a proper sense of thoeir position. It was quite clear (says the Southlern Cross) that the case of the settlers in the North was one which could not be slighted, and we are glad to find that an attempt is being mado to moot it-by what agency will appear hereafter. ThloIlerald of the 18th ultimo states that considerableo excitement lhas beeoon occasioned during the last few days by the movements of the several men-of war stationed in Auclk land-boats belonging to some of which lavo been mnot with by our trading craft in the mouth of the Thames and in other ports of the Haurnlri Gulf. The MLirandu and Eclipse, the Falcon, and t...

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

AUSTRALASIAN FREEMASONS' HALL HOTEL, 101, York-street, Sydney: ALFRED BRADFORD, 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. DURHIAM and IRWIN are prepar.ed Sto receive wool, sheepslins, tallow, hides, &c., for sale by auction or privately, at their Produice Stores, Circular Quay, Sydney. Liberal advances made on wool, sheepskins, tallow, and hides consigned to them for sale or shipment. Circular Quay, Sydney. 1293 H AT S. G,. H. SMITH, PRACTUIAL HATTER, 316, GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY, Three doors south of Hunter-street, IS manufacturing every descriplion 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 executed. 1403 J. B, IIOLDSWOITH, W?HOLESALE AIeD RETAIL FURNISHING AND GENERAL IRONIMONGER, 458, GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY, (Iron Yard, Market-street, Sydney,...

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OMARA. October 12th. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 5 November 1864

OMAM1A. , October 12th. iWe have had two mon of war, Falcon and randa, cruising about the bay, off and on, the last dy or two, which has given mo little confidence to the settlers, t they are now of, having started sea. J On Maonday, thle Victoria, Paul's vessel, ,mo down lhere, having on board Major opr, of the Orewa, who, I learn from od authority, was commissioned by the vernor Sir George Grey to visit the as ed prisonors, and see what hlie could do to uc them to come to some sort of terms. Coopler went upl to tlh Pa with seve Sothers and had a long koicro, the stance of which has leaked out here, d wlhich you imay rely upon as being reet. he Governor Ibs promised to allow m to remain unnmolested whoro they , and to prodedo them witll as much visions of all kinds as they might re re, if they would commit no outrages n the settlers and kill no more cittle. o late prisoners said they did not in d tomoye f.omu where they wore, and t so long as they got all they required he way offoo...

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