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To the Editor of the Herald and Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 2 April 1864

To the Tditor of the Ilerald and Chronicle. Sli,--In reply to a letter signed ,r. Stewart, which appeared in your issue of the 26th ultimo, we, as the judges appointed to decide respecting the agricul tural implements and muachinery, feel it to be our duty to bbar testimnony to the honorable conduct of Mr. Cox, whbo was also a judge, and the exhibitor of a plough referred to in tile letter. Mr. Cox tendered his resignation twice on tile morning of the exhibition, but his resignation wans not accepted; we having decided upon tile agricultural implements of colonial manufacture, Mr. Cox joined us in the decision as to those imported. Thu only object we have in inserting this letter, is to relieve lnlr. Colx from the unfair imputation (arising from not know ing thbo circumstantces alluded to above) of being a .j?udgo of his own work. f, o are, Sir. . Your oedlent servants, EVANS TAYLOR, April tst, 1864. ROBERT PLUMB.

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And Chronicle, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AMALGAMATION OF THE PAPERS. To the Editor of the Herald and Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 2 April 1864

: AMALGAMATION OF TIE 1'PAPERS. To the Editor oJ thel: Icrald aod Chronicle. Dunna SIn,-I admire enterprise. You have entered upon a wider field of duty and influence, and you have my best wishes thalt the just reward of your spreulation may be realised. I will confess lthat I see an advanlage to the ad vertising community (umongst whom I rankl), anrd that my bciig able to reacth more of the onlightented .pqbli?-~eaning, of course, thlose who read your pcwspapcr--throughi your columns is one cause of p y gladness. '.lTimnes are so dull, and every expense so 'grudgingly incurred, that it is a real treat to think that my advertisements, when ithey appear, 'will nt cost mo more tlhan one-half what they fsorpery iost to regh s0 oamp number of readers; fsr ?pulatlto qpon ile1 subscribers to the : phronilo retuinipg their names on your list. You have so long snd well ssriven to makelo your paper a farmer's paper, while you Ihave also not neg lected the interests of our City, thlat I canno...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And Chronicle, The
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CRICKET IN GOULBURN. To the Editor of the Herald and Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 2 April 1864

CRICKI'ET IN (IOUUIIIBUI1N. To the lditor of th(e tlcrld aid (chroniidh. Ii. ELt?Irroi,-.I hope you will aillow me it small 0lpaeo inu your cohull hn writini a ti w liteC on tho abovo subject. I htv li~ Ii critioltoler Ihero for0 thti at thitooln ytn, yet, with iJt ewt toeeolitI, I I21000 01000.v it Il~ltl.t' riititil i?'tit itt Ith lllt IttItttI' llnld ttoblih imiti'. 1 i1thItl, I thiiil, liet thie caru of Oitp tcl kwo'onio l , it o the lJ? hin ru o y w cricott lii, tot' boor ulitjha Itii1 iat itif t Iwolvo bottwl w mtt o.' matc bt?=ar l Ii cltt i bIo1? l t rl oo f t I Ilro b ut lot of Ilayelld, co ?b v th, po r al ?( lb.. H'. l c I t r y Irlll l ilt lif ( tlbtt 0I))I) 1010 W!III I rltt)jbo 0110 01)1011 Ih()W1 WIt Iii, In o pl ollhtt iit foi 110b1 1' otw ht 01, t o 01011 0 to ottolob It Lv I n d 0 town, look at the mooeeting room. You seeo there are ph nty of members present, all ready to play. Naow rovorEo the picture. A match is to be played in the country. MIark the chango in th...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And Chronicle, The
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To the Editor of the Herald and Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 2 April 1864

,To the Edttorof tLg rHerao rud Chroniclc. Sl~,-Porrmit. me, through the medium of your cohlmnai to offer a few observations in reply to a letter which appeared on Saturday lost, signed .'tJohn Ayliug." - do not think it just in Mr. Ayling to blame the •oimoideo for'the irferior e?hibitioiia that we have bad. One of thie greuloatest causes is that producers ore so baukward in bringing forward their produce; and as far as gardrening is concerned, tirhe last has hbeen the worst season that we have had for the past ten years. I do not thinkr thie committee have ary influence over thie weather, or they would always have good seasons. Not being A Farmrer I do not pretend to knowr any thing about bwheae-growing; but this I know, that if I were, I should always growr that kind for iwhich I could obtain the hIighest price at tboe mills, and I 'thrink tlihe millers ought to know the rrwhleat that will :suit their purpose best. SIf Mr. Ayling would study the cost of advertising, he. would see...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And Chronicle, The
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WEDNESDAY—MARCH 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 2 April 1864

'EDNES!ruAY-B1AaRCH YO. In the Logialativoe Council, In the aboonco of tho lres?idcnt (who, it w.s otzitod, was thrown from tho Gollburl manil), tho chair wOs tatke by tho Choairtln of Comnuittca . Ar Junkolt:l id4 gyou thio tabul a dootooeut rolating to transportation and penal servitude; also a orhedulo of ando intended to be dedicated to roligious pourposes. Mr. Johnson laid upon tho table the report of the oelect committee on tho Seoamen's Law Amendments and Consolidation Bill. A bill to rogulate tho exportation of cattle from tho ports of Newcastle, Sydney, and Eden, was received from the Assoembly. The- debate on th Wharfageo Rates Bill, was again adjourned, ntil next day. The Moruya Silver Mining Company's Bill passed through committco without amendmon.ts. The House then adjourned. . : In the Legislativo Assembly, MIinisters stated, in reply to MIr. Darvail--That tonders had been invited for £50,000 of Treasury Bills at 0 per cent and the way in which these bills are accepted...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And Chronicle, The
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PARLIAMENTARY. TUESDAY—MARCH 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 2 April 1864

PAR JLIAAENTAR Y. TUESDAnY--dlUAOIR 29. L tho Legislctivo Council, "1r. Shopherd asked the Colonial Treasurer, "1. nas he given directions to the various postmasters throughlout the country districts, forbidding their acting us ogcnts for newspapers. 2. If so, does the geovernment intend to incrceao their salarics P " MIr. Esgar said in answer to question No. 1, that instructions had bean issued to the postmasters re quiring them to discontinue the agencies of nows papers after the 1st proximo. In answer to ques tion No. 2, it was not the intention of the govorn mont to increase their ?alaries. Mr. WVisom moved, " that an addressboe pro sented to the Governor, praying that his Excellency wll cause to be laid on the table of this House, copies of all correspondence and papers connected with the case of lanus Strain against Mr. ex Coinmissionor Coopor."-Carried. Mr. Alexander moved, " that theor be laid upon the table of this House a return, showing, 1. The passenger and goods traffll...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And Chronicle, The
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GUNDAROO. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 2 April 1864

GUNDAROO. (?roFr our corrcspondent.) THE weather is very unsettled at present, whiel ,tlb:ds revOry 'thing to bo dull. There is heo hart to " work through the squally, sleety weatlher. ~WVheat Sthrashing is the princlipal work now going on, and it -is found to be very tedious work, as tte shlowers make it very tough to thrash. Tloro have been two ; ;oi:'tho settlers very untortunote this season, tbeir t.wwheat-tarlts bnaving got on fire and burnedt their crops-about twro hlundred buslhels enchl. There is v ry little doing just now, anti a great many who have thrashed out their wvheat have been very much disappointed at the return, being very much less than they expected. The presbyterian church is progressing, the whole of the mnson-workl being now completed. It is ex , pected to be finished altogether about the endl of itIay or middle of Juno. We only now requiro the ser 7'vicns of a minister. There being no one of that do nomination in the district, we ILave to go weithout the reu...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And Chronicle, The
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GROUND BONES v. BOILED BONES. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 2 April 1864

GnoUni BOxES V. BOILED Boxses.--Tlo inlquiry has sometimes boon made, whethloer the bones of sheep and cattle that iarve booeen melted down under a high steam-pressuro are equal in value, as manure, to bones not so treated? The following question and answer on the subject, as given in the North British Agriculturist, is worth perusal: TWill you please to inform me in your next issue thle difference, if any, in the value of ground:bones that haves been boiled, and those which have not undergone that pro cess, built crushed in tile state in whlich thoey come from the bone collectors ? I may state I have an offer to supply me with any quantity I may requiro, that hlave not been boiled, at £7 per ton, delivered carriago free near my farm. I have had an impression for some time past that a great portion of the fertilizing properties of the bone are dis. sipated by the boiling process.--,.Jf Nottingham.-[Boiledbones are those ?r.hi: have boon subjected for a length of time i0 boiling irat...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And Chronicle, The
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SYDNEY SUMMARY. THURSDAY afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 2 April 1864

SYDNEY SUMMARtY. Tlurunasu.y afternoon. BEono: proceeding with my usual summary por haps I may be allowed to congratulato you and the district of Goulburn on the amalgamation of the two papers. I Iknow that for some time post you in your letters, and the proprietor of the Chronicle in his, have complained that the papers were not pay ing; and with the formidablo postal rate threaton ing you it was easy to see that there could be only one result of a struggle ngainst it. By the course you haove now takolen you harve not only preserved tho district from boiug wholly unrepresented by the newspaper press, but yqu hayo somo prospect of being able to maintain a laugor and bettpr paper than has yet boeen published in thlecountry districtsi of Now South Wales. But I am not so very son guino after all that you will bo able to carry out all you wish; for I belioeve the postal rate will affect you oven more seriously than you anticipate. It wasn't very actively opposed heore whenit was un der ...

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LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 2 April 1864

LO CAL AND -P 1 0 VICIAL. . "oCo RiLTroi?r --On Wodnvs'day?ono drunkard was dischiarged. A case against Ob?4 }? Willans for allow ing a pig to stray was dismniti'i" Walter Roynolds v.' E. S. Hall for charging' excosuive dainages, was postb'ned till the ,fOth April. Columbus Fitzpatrick for allowing the lamp of Ihis licensed houso, tilsa Emu Inn, to go out, was fined os. o. A. Lindon for assaulting Joseph Carrol, was finad lOs. lichaeol Conblly sued Archibald Wood for non-payment of wages. Tho case was dismissed. The license of the Roso .and Crown Inn Clifford street, was transferred from J. Richardson to W. A. Adams, and that of tho Emu Inn from C. Fitzpatrick to John Richardson. Edward Smith Hall com plained of John IIyland. for charging excessive damages on cattle impounded, namely 7s. Od. per head on forty-eight head. Tho poiitf ivolved was the sufllicioney of the fenoo of paddock fromi which thi cattle had beer impounded; and it being proveda that the fence was not good, the dam...

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To the Editor of the Herald and Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 6 April 1864

To thl EdiLor oJ Ihe Herald and Chronicle. Sin,-H-avinglong boon a subscriber to the Chronicle I was at length on the point of giving it up; but on the appearance of the paper on Saturday, was so much pleased with it that, notwithstanding that times are very dull, I shall certainly make an effort to continuo it. .I used sometimes to borrow the Herald; but I found that after reading the one paper, there was little or nothing fresh in the other. There was the same local nows oxactly; and pretty nearly the same country and Sydney and telegraphic news. Even the English and colonial news was often very similar. The only thing diflbrent was the loading article-when there was one-but very often one, or both papers appeared without this feature; which for my part I did not regret. Then, sometimes in the Chronicle there would be a little personal abuse of the editor of the Herald in thoe shape of correspondence, which certainly I never saw imitated in the IHerald; though, as I did not see it...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And Chronicle, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 6 April 1864

a leo b - iattton.. COUGA. FINLAY AND CO, Have received instructions from N. S. PowEzLL, Esq., to sell privately, At their Rooms, T.IUAT SPLENDID FATTENING STATION I ON THE BOGAN, KNOWN AS CO U G.A. . Block 16. 31,000 acres, East Bogan Block 17. 14,000 ,, ditto with 10 MILES FRONTAGE to the .BOGAN RIVER, andi adjoining the well-known stations of Messrs. iReidford, and Messrs. Hlildr and Baker's Gonolgon station. This RICH and LUXURIANT SALT BUSII STATION, is characterised as one of the most VALUABLE STATIONS on the BOGAN RIVER, in proof of which the cattle on the surround ing squattages have the repute of being the finest, in .weight and quality, that come to the Sydney market. The post is delivered within eight miles of the head station. Full particulars to be learnt of the agents. Australian Auction Mart. 359 Preliminary Advertisement. VALUABLE PROPERTY OF W. BRADLEY, Esq. COTTLE WOLLY, Containing in all 2632 ACES RICH -AGRICULTURAL LAND, With frontage to the Wollondilly River.; L...

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COMMERCIAL. TUESDAY evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 6 April 1864

COJIIAIERCIAL. Tvnsty ovonlng.. WIhAT and flour have sustainebd a rilo and aro now quoted as mentioned below, viz:- . Conolly's Mill:-Fin flour, £23 per ton; seconds,. £22; if leoss than half ton Is. per.100 lb. extra' wheat 7s.'to 8s. Od. per bushel, the lattdr for prime samople, plamp anid cla u; pollard ,id bran; is. 4d Epo anuol's MIill:-Fino flour, X23 por toni seconds, £22; if less than half ton, la. per 100 lb extra; wheat, 7s; to 8a. Od. per byulol pollhard and bran 4d:! ýorl '. g LUnless otheowise oxpreened, the priecs quotod In tItll article are those in transoactions botween the prodorer nnd the first :purclhser; not aon btohton ono. donor and. mootlher, much loss the retail peries. I OOILtURON WIIOrdESALE ltnlE8 OCURBET. WhIeat, :7. to 8s. 6d. 1 busheol Flour, fine, £23 i ton ; renrdrls 22. Pollard, Is. 4d. '1 houhel mran, Is. 4d. t bshel. Breald , l Ql 2h. tonf. Maizeot, to. ld. to ts. per h .heol. Ilnrhu. Englith, to. fd t o. l; bushel; Cape, 3X. to 4d. Onut, 3s: toB. ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 6 April 1864

'W'; hIvo;assiduously tried, during our woftry career as public journalists, to,oncourago the organization of somo. khid of agricultural society, which ivoild; have for its last ends the education of the farmoer.(or yeoman, 'as weo should like6 to call him,) in a scientific knowlodgo and appreciation of his business. It has unfortiinately happened in Now South "Wales thit .:scienco-the old Baconian test of oxperience-could never be brolght fairly to boar.:on! agricultural, industry.,. It will surprisoeno one to learn that we have not, at this niomont, a single individual in the com mnuniff'iI w;hose opinion wo.can confidently rely in reference to' the atniospheric and other,changes which' so seriously affect the husbandlnumn in his 'pursuits.-- His- Grace Arclhbishdp Polding, at a moeting convened, some n'd ks hgd, at St; Mary's Cathedral, to roliove distrobs cidused by, unpropitious wea thor in the counties of Camden and Cumber land, dery'liappily-judging from the roports in thd ii...

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FRIDAY—APRIL 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 6 April 1864

FnOIhb -APRIL 1. In the Legislative Assembly, MIinisters: stated, in reply to members, that 40 acres of land at Burrowi, purchased by Dean Hanley, on November 6, 1862, had been so selected Illegally, and were now offered at auction,'to enable Dean Ianoloyto obtain a good title; that 30,000 penny stainps had been issued to Messru. Fairfax and Sons, of theo Herald, without requiring cash pay Iment, pending the decision of the cabinet on an application by the above firm to be allowed to act as stamp-oellors, on the usual terms, to which do cision had beeri now given in favour of the applica tion ; that the circular issued to country postmasters, calling on m hem to cease acting as newspaper agents, had been issued in consequenco of a letter written to the postmaster general by the proprietor of the Maitland Mercury, in which that person stated various modes by which he intended to evado the payment of the nowspaper postage, but that, after the expression of opinion of the House against...

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE SYDNEY, Tuesday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 6 April 1864

27'LLEG1APHIC vNTLLIaGJECB a [Ro·a OU e'o OaroNDETSa.| .SJit 7EY, Tuesday night. Ju?nor MIL1ol0u will preosido. at the Goulburn circoitffburt and'tho Attornoy-General will prose utq for thoe '''' : u ' ' " The Assombly is engagoden the estimates. Mdrgann; the bdashrangcr, has cbmmittod a' depreda tion near Tuiiborumja " The cripk'?iot si? h 'stnds ths :' ill-England, first innings, 76 ; second, innings, two out for 18. Sydnpy, second innings, 83. At ttho'centiul criminal court, Chubb has been acquitted of attempting to.poison Mr. James Byrnos. e?oYharo Amorican news to theo 21st January: Tlh',position of the armies and affairs generally reomais without mainiterial chanhgo. '~i etousand' women and children had beon buenodldto, death in Santiago church .during a Cathblic'festival."

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PARLIAMENTARY. THURSDAY—MARCH 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 6 April 1864

PARLIAIENTARY. Tnuonso -L tnett 31. Is the Legislative Council, The royal assent to the Bank of Now South Wales Incorporation Act Amendment Bill was received. Mr. Plunkett stated that he had received a letter from the Prcsidceht, who would not be able to come to Sydney for some time. Mr. Plunkett brought up the report respecting the admission of members of other colonial lcgisla turers to the library and refrceshment-room. The Moruya Silver Mining Company's Incorpora tion Bill was read a third time and passed. The Cattle Export Bill was read a seccond time. Tho adjourncd debate on the Wharfago Rates Leasing Bill, on the motion of Mr. Kemp, was fur ther adjourned until Wednesday next. The Iouse adjourned at ten minutes after five o'clock, until four o'clock on Wednesday. In the Legislative Assembly, MIr. Lucna presented a petition from 401 residents of the town of Goulburn, against the proposed altera tion of the site of the terminus of the Great Southern Railway, from near the Fitzr...

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ESCAPE FROM DENILIQUIN JAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 6 April 1864

esLAP, i'OM. j:.S'iLILlv.\ JA.L.- -O the110 24th ilarch i'o prisoners named Mlarshall'lius Hc'bort, Wiatton, Qui, Sheohan, and Stanley oflitoed their Iccap friom thojail nat Doniliquin. They wore re raptured lalmpst imnedicatly after reninaeig their roeedom. t[arshall wna'shot at by the police but wasn not hit. ,le:has beenl identified as the muin who some time since escaped from florrima ~nol while undor.s ntonce for bushranging nour lUownmg.i a-Yus Courier.

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SYDNEY SUMMARY. MONDAY afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 6 April 1864

SYDNEY SUMMAInRY. MION)AY afternoon. TmreE are not many people hero who care a dump about provincial newspapers. Those who do so are the news-agents and correspondents, an odd printer or two, and a few thin-skinned and falso-hearted members of parliament. So nobody seems to klnow or care a jot about the union of the two Goulburn papers. The only person who has had anything to say to me on the subject is a compositor who came to me in high glee, his finger on the prospectus of the proposed second Goulburn paper. I asked him how he was aflected by it? and lie said he stood a first-rate chance of a situation on it-; because lie belonged to a particular class, of which the now paper was to be tile organ-or " tool," as I put it, quoting from the prospectus which lie had put in my hand. 1 got out from him that he was pretty confident that the paper really would appear, though he was not very sure when. I thought that I would put one or two ques tions to him, which, from what I had heard, ...

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LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. GOULBURN RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 6 April 1864

LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. GOUL1URN RACES. Tns Goulhurn annual races for 1804 commenced oestorday on the course in Blackshaw's paddock. Ihoy wero under the management of the Argyle Jockey Club, whose arrangements were such no to give general natisfaction. T'lh weather, which of late has boon very un settled, had fortunately cleared up, and the day was as fino as could bo wished. The grand stand on this ocasion was covered with an awning; and, though very convenient, we regret to nay was by no means well patronised. T'ho chargo for admission was 2s. 6d. per head. The charges for admission at the gate were the samo as last your-ls. per liead for adults; half price for childron under twelve; and.ls;. each for horses, whethor in saddle or harnessno. The' lessee of the gateohad given as much as £117 for his right, and considering the o.poor teondanco of visitors, thoro seems reason to believe that he will be a considerable loser by the speculation. The course was in capital order; and though ...

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