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MELBOURNE TROTTING RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 30 April 1864

MELBOURNE TROTTING RACES. .DEsrITa tlhe heavy rain of the previous day, the metropolitan trotting races came off on the Molbourno racecourse, on Saturday af tornoon, and the meeting may be considered a success, As was to be expected, the course was in a wrotched state; but for all that, the events were very interesting, and, allowing for a good number of breaks, thel speed was admirable. Towards two o'clock, the concourse of spectators exceeded 1000, most of whom came by rail, though a suffi cient number patronised the road to give it an animated appearance. But there was a groat paucity of private vehicles, and there was hardly a dozen equestrians on the ground-a somewhat melancholy show in deed, to wlhat might have boon expected. There was but little sport except that which overybody went to see. As usual, there was a large muster of the Melbourno gang of card sharpers, but they apparently made but a miserable harvest. There was a fair amount of betting on the ground, but it was c...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And Chronicle, The
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THE BUSHMAN'S GRAVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 30 April 1864

TIHE BUSIIMAN'S GRAVE. (Tho following lines were written on ooeeing Mr. J. B. Austin's original sketch of Mr. Waltcr Gil's grave in Owanogan Pound, Far North.] 'Tis in a lovely spot, where mountain grey, Like grand old temples, point up to the sky, And fresh buds blossom as the faded die, And all is beautiful like one glad May. So boautnliful that from the weary breast, Vhich forn moment might but linger there, Waould rise to Iteavon apontaneoutsly the prayer, Oh ! Father give me such a placoof rest. So very beautiful that on the breath There comes a sigh to think how all below, liowoveor bright, is shadowed o'er by woo; That in a world all life is creeping death I Mo willow droops o'er thooee, thou lone lone grave; IBut mountain pines will give thee kindly shade, And the tall gum-treeos that do never fade Sptiead their long arms to shield and round thee wave. Whore are thy mourners P Are there none to shed A tear for thee, poor solitary clay ? Or are they scatteredl widely far away...

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BUSHRANGING IN QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 30 April 1864

uosneaoINo I QUEEwNsnADn.--Tho Daily Guardian's corrospondent' at Goondiwindi writes, on the 11th iristant;, as follows: Having had a wook of fine weather without interruption, we wore all rather surprised ihero when threoo o'clock last Saturday ar rivod and no mailman from Drayton with our Brisbane, Ipswich, and Toowvoomba letters. Somesaid Gilbort had stuck up the miail, but they little Iknouw how near the truth they were. Saturday night passed away, and Sunday morninig, but no letters, and so the timo wont, on, until one o'clock p.m., when Harry, who is a personification of punctuality, made his appearance, and all word convinced thliat unless the Condamino was ovei the bridge at Ellongowan, which was rathlor improbable, something out of tlhe cominon had interfered tostop hIis way, and so it turned out. The first case of stickinug up the mail in Quoensland hIad actually taken place. From wlat I can learn, the facts are these : The mailman was travelling along thle road betweeon B...

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LOSS OF THE SCHOONER NIGHTINGALE OF SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 30 April 1864

LOSS OF TIE SCHOONER NIGHTINGALE OF SYDNEY. (From the Port Den,is,on Tlmes.) Tuc schooner Nightingale left Sydnoy on the 21st January; bound to Port Donison. Nothing worthy of notice occurred until rounding Breaksea Spit, off which she on countered a very heavy galo from the north east. On the weather moderating, passed under Lady Elliott's Island and the Bunker Group, with light winds from the eastward to the Porcy Islands, when we shaped a courso for the inner passage, with the wind south-east, fresh and hazy. Stood off and on under Double Island the same night and the noxt day (February 7). At 4 p.m. came to anchor under the north-west island of Sir James Smith's Group. The wind this day had boon steady from the south-east. During the night the wind freshoned with frequent scqualls and heavy rain. On the morning of the 8th the sky had assumed a very threaton ing aspect, withll violent squalls and rain; bnromotor also falling. Towards evening it blow a hard gale, and fearing she m...

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IRRIGATION IN THE BASIN OF THE MURRAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 30 April 1864

IRRIGATION IN TIHE BASIN OF THE MURRAY. (FIr,om the Teoma,.) TIc plan now being followed out for the formation of the Coliban Waterworks is an encouraging symptom of the increase of the public intorost in the great object of econo mizing and increasing tile water supply of the colonies. The necessity of this is suffi ciently appareont. To take our two chief staples of wealth-gold and wool. As to the first, its production is essentially depen dent upon a precarious supply of water, which even in the most favourable years is inadequate. It is generally admitted, that without a great increase in this respect we have reachled the limits of production in the old diggings; and,thus, with our gold har vest diminished to one-half of what it was six years ago, we are thrown for any effort to recover the lost ground upon the precari ous chance of new findings. Fortune, it is true, seems to be favouring us in this. The fields discovered about the sources of the Goulburn and Gipps Land side of ...

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FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 30 April 1864

FOREIGN IN~ITELLIGENCE. (Irom th e Sydney rorning Herald.) BY way of New York, we have news from Vera Cruz to tlho. 31st, and Moxico City to the 25th ol'f January; also from Panama to January 29th, and Havana to FePobruary. MIEXICO. Thle papers give a long list of towns and villages as hlaving declared their adherence to the intervention and the Empiro. The members of the Government of San Luis do Potosi, appointed by Mejia after capturing that place on the 4th of January, "unanimously declared for the new order of things." It is reported from Colaya, January 9, that General Echagaray was taklen prisoner at Salvatierra, and was taken to Cclaya by a part of the garrison of that place. Thoro hlavo beeoon sevoral skirmishos between tihe Pronch and Juarist troops-ono at San Juan do los Hanos, which lastud from nine a.m. till 1 p.m., in which Gonoral Garzayala and Colonol Romero and a large number of soldiers wore captured and many killed, &c., whilo the French loss was one kille...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 30 April 1864

Pianofortes. -TTILKIE, ELVY, AND CO., invite the attention i nf residents in the country to their magnificout tock of GRAND and COTTAGE PIANOFORTEE, by BROADWOOD AND SONS, COLLARD AND OLLAR)D, and ERARD, of London, whoso in struments rae unqncustionably of the most superior quality, and from the simplicity of their mechanism uru not only the most durable, but are moro easily pt in' order than. any foneign ?lones. uerior Ce~TAon PIANOFOT RTES by other approved makers at lower prices. *Pianofortes carefully selected to order. .New music received by mail. Country orders promptly attended to, and catalogues forwardeid. " The best flutes and brass wind instruments. „388 . 321, George-street, Sydney. Jjou . ___ __________________ LIVERPOOL AND LONDON FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. SYNOPSIS OF REPORT FOR YEAR 1862. SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL...... £2,000,000 0 O ACCUMULATED FYUNDS: Capital paid up ....1.... 89,202 0 0 lcserve Surplus. .......1,12 .ifo InsuraneoReservo 841,540 7 1 Undivided Profi...

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SOUTH AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 30 April 1864

SOUTH AMIERICA. Brom advices via Panama we learn that the war between tie United States of Columbia and Eucador was over, peace having been restored by a treaty of Decom ber 30. According to an additional ar rangement, free trade is to be established betwoeen the two republics. Spain is threatoning Poru withl hostilities, on ac count of some Spanish colonists having boeen murdered by Peruvians. The govern mont of Chili has passed some police regu-. lations for ecclesiastical edifices, to prevent the recurrence cf disasters liko that of Deo comber 8. On December 31 a similar ca lamity had nearly befallen Santiago in another church. The Republic of Salvador is quiet, and the Duenas party wore victo rious in the election of January 3, for tlhe Constitutional Assembly. In Honduras three claimants of tihe presidency are trying to get actual possession of it. A rumnour comes from Nicaragua, that President Martinez intends to resign, to the great regret of all true friends to the state. Th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 30 April 1864

Day of Sale, Tuesday, May 10th. IN~T.'IHE ASSIGNED ESTATE 01?O JOSEPH EDOAR, OF0 GUN)AROOn. M- RI D. DVXYIS IHas bcdn favoured with instlructions from the Trus tees in the above Estate, to sell by auction, ON THE ABOVE I)AY, On the Prmises, at Gundaroo, * : At eleveno'clock; NE EIGIIT-IIORSE POWER AMERICAN MACHIINE, can be adapted to any une One patent chaff-cutter, by RIansome and Sims A lot of horses, broken nod unbroken. Terms at sle. 7600 ' To be Sold PURSUANT to a decree of tole Supreme Courter Noew South Wales in its oqlitobln jurildiction monde In a cause wherein the COMMERlCIAL BANKING COMPANY 01? SYDNEY are PLAINTIFFS and' WVILTIAM "TI)WARD VERNON end OTIIERS are DEFENDANTS by original bill and between the mnid COM h(icEROIAL BANKING COMPANY'OF SYD NEY. PLAINTIFFS and IUtREDE[ICIC A. VERNON and OTIIERS are D)EFENDANTS by order of the IREVIVORI with the approba tion of the Master in Equity of the said court by "Mr. PIIILIPI DIGNAM Auctioneer athis Auction Rooms on WEDNESDAY ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 30 April 1864

]3hTIT. AT her residenco, News office, fra{dwood, on the * 28th April, 1801?, the wife of MIr. Cullq. 1. WATron of ?son. DIED, Ox the 24th April, nMAROARET JANc,infimtdaughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Bul.x,, junior, aged nix mnonths. , *. SATURDAY, APRI.. 0,6 .. - SAlURD at @?,A uit08 SATUIJDAY, APR1IL 30, 180·4.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 30 April 1864

Sales by Ruction. Preliminary Notice. FARMS AT MUMMELL. P. DIGNAMI AND CO. Have received instructions to sell by public auction At their Rooms, Auburn-street, ON AN EARLY DATE, TaBE UNSOLD LOTS OF MVU1VK1VlLL ESTATE, particulars of which will shortly be given. 2944 Preliminary Notice. By order of the Trustrs in the Assigned Estate of Mr. JosernI EDoAR, of Gunduroo. THE EVERTON ESTATE, situated at Gundaroo, and comprising 8O:@ ACRtBES OF RICH ARABLE LAND. P, DIGNAM AND CO. Havo received instructions from the Trustees in theb Assigned Estate of Mr. JosEPlr EDoa, to s)ell by public auction, AT AN EARLY DATE, THE EVERTON ESTATE, AS ABOVE. Full particulars, with day of sale, tarms, &c., will be given in an early issue. TITLE GUARANTEED. 728 Preliminary Notice. THE BOO.O INN, WITH 1910 ACRES OF LAND. Sherwin's Flats, COMPRISING 1510 ACRES OF LAND, THE PICK OF ARGYLE! P. DIGNAM: AND CO. Have received instructions to sell by putblio auotion, ON A DAY IN MIAY, TO BE NAMED IN AN EARLY...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 30 April 1864

BELIEIS'NO that the proseont revenues of tlhe colony are 'equal, and more than equal to the real necessities of the public service we sl.hall fool bound to protest against any pro position whatever for increasing the burthens of the people-more especially at times like the presont when from one cause or other most of us require our present hurthens to bbo lighteiied. Taking everything into con sideration it is certain that for the last twenty years the colonists generally havo never been worse of f; and certain classes have never been so absolutely poor as at present. " Tho poor man " lias boon talked of as a sort of mythical personago-a rarm avis in lerria nogroquo similliimus /cgno ; but as the black swimnhns bcen- found-at last, and is rio longer the rarta aria which it appeared to the onclonts, so we fear that the poor man is now tio be found plontifully enough in the dis tricts which for the last two or three years have suffered so severely from drought and atst and floods. Und...

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GOULBURN WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 30 April 1864

OOlLnOOnN wvtOrlstlO ? PR110K "OUItiItP.5t. sihc. 7s. to 8e. 6d. 8 hoashel. Fltor., nloe, £23 tY Lou ; ...oodsJ 22. Poltarl, Is. 4d. 6 bus!tel. Brn, Is. ,hL. 5 buslel. Blread, n1/?l p 2-lb. lortf. . .. otiseIs b81? . to Os. roe busho|. - BProte. longtllb. 4s. 3d. to Is. 80 buslesl; Caps, Is. to 45. Outs, Is. tb. to 3s. <14. 0 tzhesl. ITfo, £3 Its. to £48 ton. flatlsr, frooll. td. to 10d. ~ l. salt, 64. Chber,, 4d.18 lb. I Baono, 8d, to 74. '8 lb. Egg,, 1s. to Is. :it. 88 dozen. 'Pottogs, Is. t(os c1 t01. Onlotoo, Os. to lOo. p wt. ot al attts prnoc, trom t:1 Its, to £4; medlumo, . ,. Shsop, Ils. to 120. 4J. ? heasd. Pit,, It. to 44. tlb. fles (retolt), 31. to 4d. '? lb. Mltcllr,(rtnll),4 ? b. ,., , Talta?, £:10 to h8.£'tWL? o. : l10t1,,, l6. to 9. eh.ob. ShsrupOln., Od.; 6, he. l 7b d 7. lb. *A lib ,'. tlrotog, "8 to---)iydnoy to 0onltbueo £41; (otlbuso to Oyty sy,£ £3 to £. 10a. Ooulobrn to Lambng 'tat, £4•l (Ioul barn to Adelons, LOl Ooolbarn to TuinutD£ £6 ; toulbnrn t...

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ELEANOR'S VICTORY. CHAPTER IX. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 30 April 1864

ELEANOR'S VICTORY. lit TIlE AUTIIORT O1' LAI)Y AUI)DLEY'S iECRTiT, R~O. CIIAPTEn IX. Tlutn story which ]licehnrd Thornton had told Eleanor Vane was the simple record of en lunhapnlpy truth. The gay and thoughtless npendlihrift., the men about town, who had outlivedhis ageo and spont three fortunes, had ended his life, by his own desperato hand, in 1n obscure ca neanr the 3larriaro Saint Antoine. Amongst other habits of the ago in whichl George Vaneo had lived, gambling wats pretty prevalent. MIr. Vano's sanguline nature was the very nature which leads a man to the gaming table, and holds him there under tlhe demoniac fascination of the filtal green cloth, .loping against hope, until his pockets are empty, and he must needs crawl dispirited away, having no more money to lose. Thii was the one vice of George Vane's life. lie had tried to redeem his every-day extrvagvances by theb gamester's frenziet speculations, the gamester's tsubtle comnbin tions; whichl are. so infidliblo in theor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 30 April 1864

STRA ASIAN FREEMASONS' IALL A. IIOTEL, 101, Yorkstlreet, Sydney: ALFRED BRADF, 1liD, proprieror. .FIRST.CLASS ACC)MMODATION for gentlc n Privrate families will at this hotel find the corn forts ol a homee. Produce Stores. HrESSRS, DURHAM and IRIWIN are prepared to receive wool, sheepslins, tallow, hides, &c., for srle by "ucio"n or Privately, aft their Prodnce Storci Circular Quay, Sydney. oiberal advance' made on wool, sheepskins, tallow, rld hides consigned to them for sale or ahipment. Cirrculr Qsay. Sydney. 116 -, r ARRETT'S TWIST, genuine. soundl and war Jr ranted. Best Americann IIONEYDEW, 6os. per lb. 'IPFES, in meerschaum, wood, clay, &e., fro 3ad. to £1 each. At M. DE BARR'S. SCOTT, WILLIAMS, & (00. (LATE CIIARLES SCOTr AND CO ) 399, GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY, OPPOSITE TIIE ROYAL HOTEL, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL IRON - MONGERS, AND :' Importers of Saddlery, &c., &c. 411 ? LONDON TAVERN, . Auburn-street, Goulburn, FORMERLY " THE HARP," BY MRS. ...

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APPALLING SNOW TEMPEST IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 30 April 1864

APPALLING SNOW TEMPEST IN AMERICA. (F'om the 6?hCcag, T'ibunc.) We have had three days of the most severe weather that ever swept over the north-west. The storm opened on Thursday with a cold, driving snow. Friday morning the mercury had fallen to the almost incrediblo degree of thirty-eight below zeoro, Fahrenheit. On Saturday morning it was thirty-six below zero. At this time (Sunday p.m.,) it is eight below zero. No trains have arrived at this station on the Chicago and Northwestern Railway sinco Thursday at noon, but they will probably got through to-night. The only casualties we hear of is that of a woman being frozen to death while driving a team between Berlin and IRosendale, Win nebago county. There are many cases of frozoen lhands and feet and smaller members. On Friday night the dwelling house of VW. Fowler, in this city, took fire and was en tirely destroyed. One child was badly frozen. Mr. Fowler and his wife were absent. The following account of the scenes on the line o...

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THE MISSION OF SIR MOSES MONTEFIORE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 30 April 1864

THIE MISSION OF SIR MOSES MONTEFIORE. (From the Gibraltar CIhroniclc.) Sm MosEs MoxNTE?r OrE, who has boon stay ing for some few days in Gibraltar, is about to proceed to Saffi, one of the ports of WVos torn Barbary, whence ho will travel into the interior to have an interview with tile Sul tan. WVo subjoin an extract from a circu lar addressed by tihe Spanish minister to the consular agents of his government hin Mo rocco, which shows that Sir Moses Monte fioro has been completely successfill in his mission. Thie oxecution of two Jews, and the condemnation to death of two others in connexion with tho death of the Spanish collector at Safi was the cause of Sir Moses Mlontefioro's journey to this quarter of the world. The Spanishl authorities believed that the collector was designedly poisoned. The Jewishl population of B3arbary was firmly convinced that hIis death was the re sult of natural causes; and in the subso quent proceedings, which it is not necessary again to detail, thie Je...

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COMMERCIAL. GOULBURN, Tuesday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 30 April 1864

COI.ER CIgIA L. UOCULIItUtN, Tuesdoy eveningt WIEAT As D 000 ifil-At CoUooty's MIllt:--ln flouor, £23 per tol; secoodo, £i2; if less than Ihauf ton, is. ber 100lb. cira: wohoat, 7s. to 8s. fi. per bushel, ttce lattor for primo son'plcs, plump ond clean; pollard nd brno, ls. d. per At Elmaonue's iltll:--Floo flour, £23 per ton; seoods, £23; if less thtu tllaf ton, is. per It0 tb. exutr; wlleat,' s. to ts. fid. per bu rlt; ptllard nod bhra ls. 4d. per bushel. AtcrstloiEo.s ' ro,0Ro s.--oIessra 1. DIguom 00d Co. rpoit: -Pot cottte.--Tto ocarket has been wclt supplied during ttce weokl, end tile trade ore supplied for present snets. As the Sydney market is not such as to encourage speoulatotn, soy ar00e dratts oflered here most c0use a decline; but with mods rotc supplies pricos nocy be maontatted. Prime ratlte, £3 10s. to £4 toe.; medim, £2 10s. to £21it. Store cuttle.--At the brgintont of thu weol; thore weoro no buyers in tows, and a lot oterd on Tuestay hid to he withdraon. Yestorda...

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TWENTY-SEVENTH REPORT OF THE DIRECTORS OF THE BANK OF NEW SOUTH WALES [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 30 April 1864

TWYENTY-SEVENTH IEPOIRT OF THE DIRECTORIIS OF THE BANK OF NEW. :SOUTJ6 WALES, To the half-yearly gonoral meei.ng of theo propro Stors, held at the chief bankling house, on Wod noesday, the 27th day of Alpril, 1864. THo diroctors have the pleasure to preseont to the propriotors a statomont of tho bank's position for the half-year ended onthe 31st IMarch. Thc net prot fior itht parlod, ofler doduol 0o robte on c urrent bills, ointerest ol deposlts, prooldiog for bod ond doubtful debts, nod' • reduolng valuation of bonk premlsso ando ' ol ofe furnltore, ouls to ..; .... ......£71,780 10 8: ,, b of 5 r entper~nn. 0,2 o 0 T ,o ?bh lc is to b tadded .. . . Rfe~oeries from debtsa previously written off? los dordoubtful ......... ........ . ,10 7 Undlvidd baloance frool lot ll'-yer........ y 4,00 17 3 Giving for dlstributiou ...0.. 8 1 Whiloh the dlreolors opproprioat us follow:s :'. To.poynrcat of dirvdend at. thte rateofl poroCot.p rann. 50,305. 0 f ,, bonus of 2? por oent on .. caplta[--...

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RAILWAY EXTENSION. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 30 April 1864

RAIL:WAY EXTENSION. yEiTEatan. a deputation from the Groat Southern Railway Progress Comnmittee had an interview with 'the Premier at .lIandoluon'o Hotel on the subject of the oxteonsion of the southern line. The deputation were introduced by MIr. William Davies, who then read the following address : re thle lIoorahble James Mfarlti, l'reoler of how South ,ales. Wt, the nndersldned, inlhbitants of Goulhubo, and meobers of a committee appointetd at a numerously ottended public meeting oil tiee tet June toot, for the purpoo of wtchineg over ttw.prorees of the Greet Southern Iltwheny, 0re desirous of tktong the opportunity afforded by your prescnce in this city, to twrs upon your atteotion, as heed ot tie tinietstry tite great hlpeortce of the rapt constructcol eof oire litnehllthler. We were gltd to ltere a chort ttnoe bock, throngh the me diute of the poblic press, that tile Ihoe1. minister for works htd ototed that the goernewent of whicht o e w as a member were determined .to sec t...

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