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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE SYDNEY, Tuesday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 4 May 1864
IITELEGIAPIIIC INTEI'LLIGENCE FRtOM OUl COtRR&InONDNTos ..l 'SYDI)NEY, Toebday night. 3[1n. OwI sn, magistrate at 'Yandilla, Queensland, has been shot dead while returning from Logbtrn .colst. The suspected perpetrator has boon or rosted. Wo haveo later news from Auckland. SWhilo negotiations were proceeding the Maorioes croseod from the oast coast, and rainforced by somo othors assumed the offensive. General Cameron's forcos immediateoly embarked for Triisrailgi. An immediate attack is intended beforo the robels can completo their fortifications. Thoseo movements will have the effoct of prolong ing tho war. -
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 4 May 1864
Os the 30th April, at W"ollogorang, Mrs. A. O. D. I IUTIw.nrAI of i daughter. MARItIlIED, On tile 20th April, Jols nRo.sAn, second son of MIr. ALEx. IcDo.NALD,, of Tnrlo, to llATl.nDA IMAILY ]lASIvr.oGAv., oldest daughter of Mr. E. 3Ioln aon, of Bathurtal, and niece to the Itov. Jorl:Pr Itao.cauAve., of StL Peter's, London. l DNSDA, AY t, 18a cl6. WE:DNESDAY, MIAY 4, 180·1.
TUESDAY—MAY 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 4 May 1864
TUESDAY-MAY 3. The court opened at nine o'clock this morning. SENTENCES. &nbsp; Frank Stanley alias Thos. Wright, convicted on the 25th ultimo of a store robbery, being armed, at Gundaroo, and of a second stero robbery at Broolks' Creek, being also armed; was brought up, and son tonced, for the first offence, to twelve years on the roads or other public works; and for the second offence to 12 years; both sentences to commence at the saine time. Charles Jones alias Wm. Herbert, convicted yes etorday of horse-stealing, and also of a robbery under arms, was sentenced for the first oflence to five years on the roads, and for the second, to twelvo years; both sentences to commence together. George Birmingham, who pleaded guilty to a chargo of robbing the Coome mail on the 26th Decemboer, wo sentenced to fifteen years on the roads or other public works of the colony. SHOOTING WITH INTENT. George Smith was charged with wilfully shooting at one James Perry, on the 21st December last...
FISHING AND FUN IN CANADA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 7 May 1864
FISHING AND FUN IN CANADA. (F'som .leis lAi in Lo-dtds.)y : I have seen rivors ini both Scotlhind and Iro lald; and also VWalbs, for miles ilhiminated by torcheos ind bonfireos, miado of straw and forzo, plaiced cleoseoto tihe water's edgo; and a very pretty sighi t it is for an artist, but- a dreadful picturoe fr the'salmon anglor to look upon. One if the most beaiutiful'scones of this description I over saw ivas a number of North America?' Indians spearing salmon from their canoes by torchlight. 'The Indians, how'ever, aro not .such fools as to killt elts. They spear the bright spring salmon as lihe runs up rapids, or the well conditidned summer fish .in thei shallow water. I do not know a moro oxeiting sport; and these nitives enter'into it witidill the niergy and gloe of':tiuoe sportsmen.:; In most of the rivers of. our northern dolonies the salmon runssup very early, anid I have eaten splendid fresh-run sahlmon on Christ mas-day. It is, however, diflicoult to take fish at thant...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 7 May 1864
Caution against Counterfeits. N ONE'ore genuine unless thie signature of R. and N L PEro(T and Co. is affixed to each wrapper, and blown on the bottle; and each bottle is protected by a patent capsule, bearing the proprietors' nnmoe and address in full. THE GREATEST MEDICAL DISCOVERY OF TIIE AGE. Perry's Cordial Balm of Syriacum, ON NERVOUSNESS, RELAXATION, AND EXHIIAUSTION. Noe edition, enlarged to 100 pages, illustrated by 13 attnatomical coloured engravings on steel, just published, price 2s. Gd. THE SILENT FRIEND, A medical work on the nature, treatment, and cure of nervous and physical debility, exhaustion, sperma torrh?an, and all urito-gemnital diseases of the nervotus svstem, and other diseases incidental to bIoth sexes, lIroducing a degeneracy of mental and physical strengith, terminating in total debility and ineapacity; slowing why these dlisoeases so often appear incurable, whent in reality they can be effectually removed by the most simple means. Sold st Messrs. m t. an...
GOULBURN WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 7 May 1864
GObuORiN Witl )OLEBALE PR1OOB OUIOfENTO . vheatO 7f to 8t. Od. ' busbheL , . Flour n,,n £23 ? ton; Ponds,'£22: Folltard, is. 4d. i~ buooeL o tan, ls. 44. % buehlt.:: Irtead, t ?d Q2-lb. loat. ..... .;' 31alart, to. 04. to Us. ner bushel. alanro,, Eoglsh, 40. 04. to 6o. tbuslel; Capo 3s; to ds. Onrr.,.?. OP.d. o39. 6d. 'busdteL" . • , :·-?.,;:" roy, £'3 tOo. tom £4 ton. Dotter, treeh,, to n Od." oIb; malt, od. Chtcoe 4d. lb. .. oocon, 4d, to 7d. t lb. Ego', Is. 3d. to it. od. i dozen Potataoe, 38. tooe. tt t , . " Onton, Its. to 120. rO oot, Fat tJOttle, prime, from £3 10s. to £4,; mettlum, £8., Sloep, l,10 to 1. l head;. Ptgo, 3d. to d0. Itt. : Beef (rototi), 3d. to 4 tb. , . _?Iutton (ret? l), 4d. ?i 1bD , ' ,,-. . .·'-, ·: ' nllol:.?EOtn .P~51tou, " " : ' tltlet, to. to oe. anoh,. - , , Shcpektoo,.0d.; jnahebd 74 lb l Larrtogo lb ton-Sydnoy to (oulburn, £4, ;tontburn to. yd noy, £ 3to £3 100. Uotborn to Laotg Btnt, -.ttoutl barn to Adclong, £0; Goulburn to Tumut, £0; Goolburn to I...
COMMERCIAL GOULBURN, Tuesday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 7 May 1864
COAB1ERnCIA II O0tJO~trItt'., Toooloy oooonlot. WuitoT 220D FLOUO. ~t CAo1ly'C 2011 Ioo honaflur, £23 too tort; adold, £30 hI boos tItanl trIft1oo, ho. t 10(1lb .on ruwont, 5llo to ioO o~~lrbIrhobdc tbho Lthorort,grhlO BOjopb(B, pl4nip oud olotit pohln~d unit boon, lo. tO jor booboO. At' flornoeot'd 21111E~;a bIno 14, £3 pOO ton. .ooqodn, £~2Zt jI loon tbnnbutr ton, ii. p00 tOOIC lb. ton wbont s ato to. td, por boobot; pottorit and bruat, ho 4. ·hor buhhhbotf(' Aucaloxan'n RnEtenos.-'a?.C tile.-_rTo manrkethIs hren very quiet this wnele and nothing has occurred tb tenst;. Thli present glut in Sydney must, however, nRffet prices here and primo cannot new be quotled higher than £3 10. to £4., We havne sold a mob ot light and ordinary to the butehers at 45s. to 0s. 'fhoe trado are supplied for a fortnighllt, nod ifany but small or primo lots arrlivo during that time, prles must give wnay--Store Cattle.--On Wednesday wre sold at the gnyards a lot of steern and hielfor, two to three year...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 7 May 1864
SFOR SAL.E, On Tuesday next, 10th May. FINLAY AND CO. S Will sell by public auction, S At the Australian Sale Yards, ON TUESDAY NEXT, At cloven o'clock, 0 R S E S broken to saddlo and I drauglt. Carts, &c., &c. At twelvo o'clock, Produce, Sundry Store Goods. Australian Auction Mart. 838 Thursday, 12th Instant. 40 HEAD PRIME FAT COWS. FINLAY AND C0. Have rcceivd instructions from VoLuT CoorPn, Esq., to sell by auction, At their Yards, Auburn-street, ON THURSDAY, 12TIt INSTANT, At twelve o'clock, '40 HEAD PRIME FAT COWS. Auitralion Auclion Mnrt. 835 Friday, 13th instant,. EIGHT WORKING TBULLOCKS, SIn First-rate Condition, Strong and Tractable. SIX PRIME FAT COWS. .FINLAY AND CO. Hiav rcceived instrnctions from M\Ir. JonN KIEnsAW, to sell by nation, At their Yards, Auburn-street, ON FRIDAY, 18Tu INSTANT, At eleven o'clock, EIGHn2T WORKING BULLOCKS, iSx prims fat cows.837 A2ustralian A uction Mart. 837 POSITIVE AND UNRESERVED SALE. Thursday, 19th Instant. FORTY-ACRE FARM...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 7 May 1864
Indigestion and Stomachio Weakness, PEPSINE WINE. T. MORSON AND SON DIRECT thn attention of all tsuffeTring from these :serious Complaints to their far-famed prepara-. tlion of Pepsine, whicll stupplies in a palatable form thie priciples of dtigestion. Each oeaspoonful cone tains a dose of the medicinal pepsine. The researches of the most eminent of the fouoty of London andt Paris have enabled MORISON ANDI) SON to offer tie purest and surest substitute for the Gastrid Juice which ossimilatesc the food to the re quirements of the human frame. Its use is now becoming nniversol. Sold in bottles 3s.,s.,. ntd los enchi; and may be obltained through chemists tand druggists, and patent medicinetvendors. MIORSON'S PEPSINE LOZENGES In bo.es 2s. 6d. and Is. 6d, per box. MORSON'S PEPSINE POWDER. MORSON'S PATENT GELATINE, A Pure nod Economicl Substituote for Russian Isin glass, forming a Colourless Jolly, whish pososesses the nutritious and restorative properties of tie best Calves' Feet Jodly....
COURTS OF ELIZABETH AND ANN. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 7 May 1864
COURTS OF ELIZABETZ AND aNN. TPE following are extracts from thile now work "Court and Society from Elizabeth to Anne," by the D)uko of Manchcster: TEIs BATTLE OF NA~RVA.-Occasionally there came to thebo English Ambassador in Paris scraps of interesting intelligonce from foreign courts. A paragraph of more than usual interest occurs in a letter addressed from Stockholm, December, 8, 1700, from Mr. Robinson, the British onvoyin Sweden. It refers to what occurred just previous to that wonderful battle at Narva, fought on Novcmboc 30, in which Charles XII., then only in his ninotooeenth year, attacked from seventy to oighty thousand Russians behind strong ontronuclnments with about a fourth of that force. The attack was made in asnow storm, and the result was thle slaughter of half thie Russian army, and the surrendor of such of thie remainder as were not able to effect their escape. A victory so complete of a small force over a greater had rarely been seeoon. The conquering young King...
LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. GOULBURN ASSIZES.—CIVIL SIDE. WEDNESDAY, MAY 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 7 May 1864
LOCAL AND PIlOVINCIAL. GOULBURN ASSIZES.--ClVIL SIDE. WE~oDNESDA, Mxv I. Toi, court opened this morning for tihe trial of civil DEll YOUNO V. PE?'NNEL.o The plaintiff in this case, ai Chinaman, sued for an nassault and personal injory done to him by the defenodant, who keeps thie Australian HIotol, WnVagga Wogga. D)amages were laid at £500. Mr. Isancs appeared for the plaintiff; attorney, Mr. Gannon. Thie Attorney-General for tlm defendant; attornoy, Mr. Walsh. A jury of four having been sworn, thie first wit noes called was John Riclhards, who deposed: I was in thi service of Mr. Fonnell as cook on the 18th Augost; plaintiff was hired as waiter; ahout eight o'clock on the morning of that date doefendant camo into the kitclhen and said to plointilt, " yoa b-y wrotch, what have yoa bcon saying to mny wifo P" doefeandant then struoeC plaintiff, and split his lip open; defendant then kIicked plaintiffl, and struck him again as he was falling; dofimdant thln draggedl plaintiff along hy ...
ON THE GRASSES AND LAYING DOWN LAND IN PASTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 7 May 1864
ON THE GRASSES AND LAYING DOWN LAND IN PASTURE. (From the Y"eoman) FA?R?Ens at present have paid very little at tention to the habits and properties of indi vidual grasses, their custom generally being to purchase a mixture at the recommenda tion of their seedsmen. It would be better if they endeavoured to ascertain the character and uses of each singly. Nothing can be de termined from single experiments; trials repeated for years are necessary before con clusions can be drawn. Successful results un der adventitious circumstances are apt to mis lead the farmer. It seems a law in cultiva tion, that superior produce requires superior means. Many weeds are found in grass land of no real use to the pasture. If the soil and condition of the land be good, the good species may partly smother out the bad; should the soil be .iiferior or im poverished, the weeds will prevail-end carry thle day. Rough grasses, as the tussecsk grass, show that the land requires draining; as the drains begin to...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 7 May 1864
TO CORnlESPONDRYNTS. ition to the foflorlno runle wll prrrvnt dilsppolntt nmt:-l.-ie do not udrtkhe to Insert lettrrs which re nt nncotmpaild Il an axm.rance thnt eoplle have niot bee I fat to other papers.--tWe cannot return rrejected com munrations.-White trilling to tlnke ordlnarl cor retions, wst , a mit Irlltters hrich rrquir r wrltln?g to fit them for Iubllcntlon.-- 'hen im,,ntloate publlcitll lll ,be deslrd, eonmunleatlion onupht to reach ir s l nootln on ths Mondoas and Thurstarllll prereding pubtlealtlo.--iW' mut in trrry casel Ir fmrnlishd with the irriter's namno ajd nadres--notl for publicatio, but as a glurantle of goodMlftllh.
TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE SYDNEY, Friday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 7 May 1864
TELEGRAPHIJC INTELLGENCE ['FROMt OUR CORRESPONDENTS.] [riionr ounr connesroenrsora.I SYDXEY, Friday night. Tln trial of the cnse, Dr. Long versne tile proprie tors of the Sydney Mlorning Herald, for libel, is ap. pointed to commence noext week. Ioawoll has beeoon brought up and romanded on a further chnrgo of forgery. It is reported that on IIall has boon soon about 'orbes during the present week. In the cae of Mr. Owens who was shlot the other day in Qucensland, the coroner's jlry hove returned a verdict of wilful nmurder ngainst three men nomed Iitclio, Ioulton, and Thacker. The latter hos turned approver.
USEFUL NOTES ON SOILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 7 May 1864
USEFUL NOTES OK SOILS. (From tsie lTotnm,.) Ir is of the highest importance in oultiva tiolon to ascertain the power of the soil to ab sorb and retain heat. Stiff, pale-coloureod clays aro heated with difficulty; chalks are similar, but retain their heat longer, from their drior nature. B3lack soils, abounding in vegetable matter, are most heated by warm or hot weather. In general, pale coloured soils are the coldest. Sir II. Davy " found that a rich cold mould, which con tained nearly ono-fourth of vegetable matter, had its temperature icroeased in an hour from 65 deg. to 88 deg. by exposure to sunshine, whilst a chalk soil was heated only to 69 deg. under the same circumstances." Thus the temperature of the surfaco affords one indication of the degree of its fertility, and the thermometer may be useful to the pur chnser or improver of lands. Tho degree of moisture in the soil and subsoil affects their temperature; soils saturated with water may be cold to a certain degree, but can...
TO SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 7 May 1864
TO SUBSCHIflIUS. Idrr to #are postr err d to adopt a plan n-hIch is already ptursutd b sttreral other papers and actnotultdoe the receipt o remltttances in tis column instrad of ab letter. :'aTTANct ltrcivr.Dn from air. 1'. 11At, G(Ining, £3 8S.; from lr. .1 (tnle, Quennbtynn, £4 O. O(d.; frontm r. J. Ford, ttungendore, collections, £1 l0. Itt.
THE INFLUENCE OF SEASON ON THE PRODUCE OF WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 7 May 1864
THE INFLJENOE OF SEASON ON THE PRODUCE OF WHIIEAT. (From thIe lark ]Lno Erpr,*s.) Er is proverbial that the weather exerts a vory powerful influence on the produce of our fields. The accounts of the condition of tile crops about the time of harvest, which are collected with much care by some of the agricultural papers, give, under tim terms "average," "above avorage," " below avorago," "good," "bad," &c., the opiniotis of ldi-i viduals as to theoprobablo yield of the most import ant croaps in many different localities. In otheori words, they sum up, in gonoral terms, the probablo; effects of. the weather of the particular season on! the qunt'ity and quality of its produce. oBut theyl at the same time necessarily taho int6 account at great many influences besides those of the weatheri alone. Indeed, oven were it possible to reduce thoseo general terms to figures, and it woro attonipted toe state numerically the proportion which; the produce of one.seasonabears to that of anot...
THE NEW ZEALANDER OF TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 7 May 1864
THIE NEW ZEALANDEI OF TO-DAY. (From the Sprcial Corrspon dent of the Arusa.) FRnEne-rL as thile aboriginal inhabitants of Now Zoaland havo boon brought bofore the public, it is questionable whelltheor peopleo generally have at all a correct idea of the IMaori of the present day. While one clfass are accustomed to regard Iris civilization as an accomplishelld fact, another see ]him cllioiefly through thel medium of fancy war skotches, depicting him arrayed in feathelors and girdle like a Red Indian of the West, or thley know himn only through stage ropro sontatnions, in whlich ho passes an oxistenco of frantic singing and still more frantic dancing. The first impression is wholly orroneous. The second, though partly trte of tie time, When wild in woods the noble savage ran, applies no longer. As far, then, as the casual intercourse of a stranger will allow, lot me present the Maori as he is at homo. Tise IMaories of the present geonoration do not live in palisaded pas. 'Thoeir villag...
SYDNEY SUMMARY. THURSDAY afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 7 May 1864
SYDNEY SUIMMIARY. THURSDAYr afternoon. IT would be interesting to know what cause MIr. IlIolroyd has to fear being pelted with rotten oeggs and cabbages at MIorpeth. It is clear that the civil and well-conducted Morpeth people, (for so I have over found them, with few exceptionse-and then onlyoat electioneering times), would not assault a MIinister of the Crown without great provocation. The people of MIorpoth have great cause to complain, not only of the ministry, but of the Assembly too, who treated them in a scurvy manner in the matter of their railway. Some years ago now, the Cowper government proposed to the Assembly to connect ?MIorpeth by rail with the Great Northern line. The Assembly refused. Thoroupon a company was started at Norpeth to make the railway, an engineer was appointed, a survey and plans made, estimates drawn up, capital subscribed; and nothing was wanted to commence operations, but the sanction of the legislature to the project. Mr. Parkes had charge of the bi...