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SYDNEY SUMMARY. MONDAY afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 18 May 1864
SYDNEY SUMMARY. i l MON»AY afternoon. So.t extraordinary fluctuations have of lato occurred in the flour market. They have been caused by speculators, and not by reason of any failure of the crops. It was known that in this country and in Victoria the wheat crop had not equalled the eopectations of tho farmer.. .It was also known that South Australia had..beon blessed with a most abundant harvest, and was able to sup ply the neighbouring colonies anod still 'havo sut. cieont for her own people. .Noverthoeles pricesrooseo' annd a few days ago, after the Adelaide Boll, from Aucklland, arrived at Newcastle, with news from talifornia, an advanco of several pounds per tou took pldaco. Now this could not have happened but for tie speculators. Thus, a.certain eman camt upp from Auckluad in the Adelaide. Boll. He cut out of Auckland papers the commercial intelligence, anid so rendered them useless. Then he entered the market and bought largely, and' of courose prices went up. IFortnnatolv t...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 18 May 1864
AT:hor rosidonco Jorrara, on th Islt May, Mrs. J. tR. Fox of as on. DEATI.l Acctnr.??i.A,.v" killed by a fIll from his ]horse at T'aralga on the 13th instant, RicnltAn, thie be loved son of Jos.n a lnd SAIui TrllllSo of this city, aged 1 )'oars anld 9 imonths, deeply lamented by is sorrowing parents, brothers, and sistors, and a largo circlo of friends by whom lihe was deservedly respected. WEDNESDAY, MAY 18, 1861.
TO SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 18 May 1864
TO SUl~l0(fRlli11it. In orrer *080a0 pos.Igp4 we Intend to adopt n plan tthloh *8 already odp;,io by roodl al other paperso jand 'nhtIoydp the receipt ojf-rmittances fin thlscolumsn Instead of by UALD)NDAU. flysofli W e. )s o el"r rlI e Uaoon'a hl·. ot 1Olss flopof ____ Month" Ape. 1Y1 M;IIoyA t.. t ttlay O tA 1 6 1 t TllUtttth Y ........ O. (0 't tO PtfIA.. ... " 0I 6 5 410 1tt
RUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 18 May 1864
RUSSIA. An imperial decree was published on March 25 reforming the law affecting for eigners in Russia. The decree abolishes the compulsory sale of landed property be longing to Russian ladies on their marriage with foreigners. The consent of the Em peror to such marriages, and the payment of three years' taxation in advance by foreign ers on becoming naturalised Russian sub jects, are no longer necessary.
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, Tuesday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 18 May 1864
LiA TEST INTELLIGENCE. [FROM OUR Ii:LO?GAI'UlC COIRII'.S1PONDEiNTS.] SYDNEY, Tuoday evocning. COST alias Jones, has beoon brought up on a furthcr chargo of forgery, and romanded. Mary Bain undor committal on a similar chargo, but out on bail, has ocn surrendered by hear bonda .on. In the case of Nash veross Ith Bank of New South Wales for the recovery of £2100, amounot of forged chequt piaid by the bank, the jury havo'found va verdict for tho plaintiff The trial.lasted fivo days. llarkeots dull.
THE POLISH INSURRECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 18 May 1864
THE POLISH INSURRECTION. Trains full of political exiles continuo to leave Warsaw for the interior of Russia. To each are attached Siberian carriages con taining those sentenced to transportation to Siberia. These carriages are closed on all sides, air being admitted only by, vent-holes in the top, and their occupants are not allowed to see any one before going on their long voyage. In the last batch of exiles there was a woman with six children, one of them but five years old. M. Held (the partner of the well-known chief of the trad ing.community of Warsaw, M. Schlenker, who has contrived to escape from the coun try) was also among the deported. An insurgent detachment having appeared near Pieskowa Skala, on the Gallician fron tier, other detachments from Gallicia there upon passed the frontier at several points. A. Russian military post had been seized and carried off between the towns of Miechow and Kielco. On the Polish frontier, near Inowraslaw, the Prussian troops have discove...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 18 May 1864
A olAEAT deal of attention ihas latoly boen boestowed upon the subject of the introduc tion of fresh articles of production, to take the place of, or supplement those usually grown by colonial farmers. Some time since we we heard a great deal about cotton growing, and it will be remembered that the fitrmors were roundly blamed -by some on thiusiastic persons for their apathy in regard to the culture of this plant. lint, as pointed out in this journal, the adaptability of the cotton plant to Now South Wales, was a subject of groat doubt; and it was too much :to expect that men who have their living to "got by the cultivation of their ground should risk their labor and capital upon a more ox Iperiment. The result of such experiments as have sinao booeen made, goes very far to ,prove that cotton-growing is nover likely to 'becomo a profitable pursuit in this colony. 1Thio, limato is unsuitablo. Farther north, 'in Queensland, success seems more likely, land it is possible the production...
TERRIBLE CALAMITY AT SHEFFIELD.—LOSS OF UPWARDS OF 250 LIVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 18 May 1864
TERRIBLE CALAMITY AT SHEFFIELD. LOSS OF:UPWARDS OF 250 LIVES. , (From the lrome Ner.) Oe of those calamities which stop for a time the pulsation of the whole country, and fill the public mind with astonishment and awe, hbts just occurred in thile neighbourhood of Shoffiold. The horror is intensiilod by the fact that the aceldet took plane suddenly in the dead of the night, when the people, after a hard day's toil, had laid themselves down to traunquil slumber; hundreds who had gone to rest in the full confidence that they would rise with the light of returning day, awoko no more, their goods, their dwellings, and everything pertaining .to them -nay, their very bodies-being swept away by a mighty flood. For seven miles above the, busy and populous town of Shoflold, where dwell the sons of rubal Cain, where the clank of the hammer and the anvil ceascs not, and for twenty miles below. all through the smiling valley of the Don, whieh was just putting forth the tender buds of early sprin...
IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 18 May 1864
IRELAND. The official agricultural statistics of last year show that tillage has decreased con siderably. In the cultivation of wheat the decrease, as compared with the preceding year, has been 91,555 acres; oats, 28,512 acres; barley, 21,064 acres; hero and rye, 3504 acres; and beans and peas, 54 acres-a total decrease in cereal crops of 14.1,719 acres. The green crops have decreased in some instances, and in others have increased. The total area under flax amounts to 213,902 acres, exceeding by 39,413 acres the greatest extent sown in any year since 1847. '.There is a not decrease of land under crops;: Grass lands have increased in Ulster and Con naught by 25,260 acres, and decreased in Loinstor and Monster by 7537 acres, leaving a not increase of 17,723 acres. Fallow has increased in Ulster, Munstor, and Connaught by 1675 acres, and decreased in Loinstor by 3231 acres. Woods and plantations are returned as having decreased in Loinster by 1743 acres, and increased in the other pro...
MAIL ROBBERY BY A MAILMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 18 May 1864
MAIL ROnIInRvILt:A DIAII.MAN.-TI o 0urrangong Star reports the robbery by the muilmanu of tho mail froml Wagga Waggm to Murrumburrah. The follow had just received his wagos,and had boon drinking on thu road. lo has not.yot been captured. FATAL AccrnosT.--On Saturday last, Dr. WVaugh, coroner, with a jury of twelve, held an in quest as to the cause of the death of Richard Whiting, son of Mr. Joseph Whiting, ironmonger. of this city. The inquest was hold in the house of lthe latter, the late residence of the deceased, whither the body had been conveyed. Joseph Whiting deposed: I am a storekeeper, and reside in Anburn streot, Goulburn; the deceased on whllose body the inquest is now sitting was my son, named Rlichard, aged 15 years and i months; I last saw him alive on yesterday morning, about ten o'clock ; i holievo he left homeo aout half an hour afterwards, to go to Taralga ; he went away on horseback, riding a young horse, which he had ridden a few times before, and wehic was very ...
THE DAILY PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 21 May 1864
AA.'i (lao IIII)MU ad ou' ua IIuhod doily in ]lidool Utl inr tho Enjliu counties; 9 in Scotland; 14 in Ireland; 1 in Wales, and one in the Channel Islands, nmaling no less than 7i3 newspapers pub lishled daily in Great Britain and Iroland. it would l)e interesting to know the numbcer publlished ill the British colonies, but we are not in a position to supply this information at present. The prog-ress of newspapers, however, is not to be estimated lby numnericll calculation. We have never soeen the )Daily Courant, but we lhave seen many newspaper. of thile period, and a comparison between them and thile newspapers of the presenlt day is simply ludicrous. Their size was thai of a sheeoot of foolscap, anld thoir contents were of the most nondescript character. They appear to have talken intense interest in the movements of the Pretender on the one lhand, allnd of thile Elector of HIanover on the other. They occasionally produced a very dull essay, and some fooble attempt at sentimental...
HER MAJESTY AT THE CHRISTENING OF THE ROYAL BABY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 21 May 1864
IER MAJESTY AT TI?E CIRTSTENING OF THE ROYAL BIABY. (rio n a lady correropondcnt of the 8. . lferahl.) TIrm fact that Quceen Victoria appeared, for tihe first time since the lamented death of tihe Prince Consort, at the baptism of her little grandson, in a costume less gloomy than tlhe widow's weeds she had so long worn, is regarded as something of an offset atgainst the alarming reports that have been so rife of late respecting the state of hler montal heoalth. On the occasion in ques tion, Her Majesty woro a black silk dress, with a deep trimming of black crape, edged with passeomenterio and jot: a cap of white crapo lisso, of the Mario Stuart shapo, bordered with diamonds, and a large veil of the samen translarent matorial, falling back over her shouldors; the riband, star, and badge of the Garter, a diamond neclaco, a Iargo diamond cross, containing a miniaturo of Princo Albort, and a brooch, containing a rlrgo sapphire set in twelve large diamonds. This partial relaxation of th...
ENGLISH ORTHOGRAPHY. PROFESSOR OF CHEMISTRY IN THE UNIVERSITY OF EDINDURGH. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 21 May 1864
ENCILTSIL O'TIIOGRAPIIY. III OVI It AMI onitooRn, a!.D., ?l0IIBJ?I01t Or C)I..LYItRY, 1?1 Till. tTl~nl~.,ll l' OI ,n~lrtIrtoi (r 0 Vrormt o te hO lll I tl0nl.) STho 0,?tl~totne rnri~rrol to thoona of phoorttr, pl'ttlln hy )r. flrr orylno" rrlrhrrtr2 "hihtor" or Ihr Irolro of ln?l(oh frthrlrnphy It imlo lr In t tlrti,,t,,. tlcorVtwenoty ihntt ttf!tooplir ofl Itnt , Itoon oru rit rtrtrottlnn. It tilt nrtor tr II toor rore? n iotr bo ron t tlto rominolr ortholcro Tlhy ktooio llJ oronlt: rtno whorn !hr ohl r?ytrm Itk nnn only olIlorlo?tlty the " Iotlnr" I ill to ntnltorol nt nr ehlolreo Wan, rIret-l frooni lira rmotooory of"troth hyt ot o lllrul orrrior, lorro to ! l hottin rn lt'it ol orrt fmltr Or troll r'tnbP r Ito. rotlnll nfiut,,oltor Ill h'lll or roilllo nrot t Inllll o n roo~oln t foor thl 'rt otliooe Ot tootottyt.! Itlroollrniotp |plo to ttrJoo'ltoot (ofth(, r.de, r.x tOt tho otv?tlutonoo or Snr oonrlphlollntollh lroorllr l plntl| ruoor roolln0,-tho poroetllor hotroohollrroitlok...
THE NEW ZEALAND GOLD-FIELDS. Dunedin, April 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 21 May 1864
STHE NE??? EALAND GOLD-FIELDS. (Froem t5l Argus Corrcspondcnj , Dunedin, April 30. NEITuicn the Buller nor the Coromandel diggings excited, when first reported upon, half the amount of interest which is now taken in the alleged discovery of a payable gold-field in the little province of Mnarl borough. Should the next accounts be at all confirmatory of those we have already received, there is little doubt that this intorost will warm into a decided spirit to "rush" from this province to the now lo cality, the present being precisely the season when those who are not among theo success fil and those who hIave been digging in such localities as are less accessible in the wintor will soelk to change to a warmer latitudo. It is a fow wooelks sineoo we first hIard of some quantity of gold being got in the Polorus by a party of prospoctors, but the news which flrst put our labori'ng and mining popula tfoa on the ~q' vire was contained in oxtra ordinary Iodltions of the Wellington papors, i...
THE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 21 May 1864
TIiE PRESS.. (Froi thNe Sydney .Aornineg feraldt.) Ten tono of the discussion on the postage has imposed on this journal much reserve. Wo are no advocates for privildgo or state aid.. The Press, like everything else which depends on a permanent want of society which supplies an agency which cannot be dispensed with-will be always able to maintain its gromund, to dispenso with patronage, and to defy opposition. Weo: may more readily calculate than imagine what would be the effect of a total suspen sion of newspapers. There are thbusands of families whose journal is an endless source of amusement, of instruction, and pleasure. If by any accident ' of field or ilood," they miss their paper for the day, it is a day of conjecture, of peevishness, and disappoint ment. Lot the hour of delivery be delayed, and the tardy sheet is sought with anxiety and impatience. Colonial life would lose all its consistency, unity, confidence, and co operation woereo the Press to be arrested. There is not ...
CADIANGULLONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 21 May 1864
OrIAniOULLONGO.-Oadiangullong, as an indication of thle prospority of thile district, is well worth a visit. To thlloso who have never seen a large mine or smelting works in opera tion the visit may be made instructive and entortaining. The various processes by which thie copper is extracted from the ore are shown by the courteous manager, Mr. Christoe, in an intelligent manner that all can unddrstand. The running the ore into the moulds from those great furnaces is ini itself a picturesque scene. The long shot out rays of many coloured scintillating gleams, blinding one with tie intensity of light, ahid shining on brawny forms, stirring the fiery boiling mass with theoir long iron rods, give a weird-like appearance to their othoerwise matter-of-fact employmont. Around the houso a little mountain of slagis being formed, whilch boars evidence to the wealth of copper already obtained. A road passes by thie works and leads round tie hill to tihe eastern shaft, whici is abandoned for th...
JAPAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 21 May 1864
JAPAN-: Tho great question in Japan still appears to be tile position of foreigners. T'he system of personal molestation having boon .bandoned, that of intimidation onl tho na tivo sido was resorted to, and ultimately the supplios of silk brought to markot fell to a very low point. Knowing tlhat thlo intor forenco o' the authorities was at work in pro duciilg this result, Colonel Nealo addressed to.them a corrospondoence on thl subijoct, in which hie did not hositato to warn them of the serious consoquoncos whichl were cortiin to arise firom a porsistonco in that lino of policy. T'lie usual ovasivo answers did not satisfy Colonel Nealo, who pursued the cor rospondoneco in sich a tono that a promise was given to remove any obstacles to the supplios of silk coming to thie foreign mar ket. Sinco then silk hlas hboon coming into time market at the rate of 2010 ualos per month, and it is beliovod that this supply will soon be trebled. The Tycoon has departed for Miaks, and isnotoxpectd t...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 21 May 1864
TO COIOntRSI')ORNTS.T Attention to fib fotto,otno ,-,doo mitt joroeent tttoo~otnt. ,oeoto-t~re d not notetollko to mntrr tottoro n,1tott one 00000 )OlutnbOn tot 0*0, onoothotr 00001 cllot yer not teen *0,01 to otonr. jeolooo-te ooiliooorotrnr Ioro otdf~nUrr erotlono, cooNar noofo,,Iotr,on/i boAl roqolono rbor~lng e fit tceofaor ;oohtiootioo,.-- tl'hm (llnlln,,dot ohttl~ itym ojo to. doomed~, eon ,~, tootiooo*tl uosqitlt toc fOOr too1 iiol,ooon tno otodlojoon onot Thoototopor pocol log ;oorblleotlooo.- We% onot o'tdrooo-notu for jtoltioottoot, tolo oso goonro~entoo ooo~dfotth.