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CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 21 May 1864

CHINA. We hlavo Hongkong papers to the lest of April. . From the Overland China mail of that date we quote tile following summary : The most prominent feature in the fort night's intolligenco is the state of the roboel cause, and the movements of Major Gordon in connection with it. That officer, since his return to action from the town of Quinsan, has captured one city, Yihl-sing, and, since we last wrote, .ho has received the surrender of two moro, viz., Li-yanlg and Kinang. His march from the city of Yih sing, on the Taohoo lake, was in a westerly direction, towards Li-yang; after which le proceeded northwards to Kinitang, the garrisons of both places shaving their hoeads in toklen of submission. His object is to isolate Nanking, and already ho is being inet by messengers from the camp of Tosong Kwo-fan. Thoseso .operations hlave boon somewhat oxtonsive, and have boon per formed without bloodshed; the .movemonts have all been rapidly executed, forty miles in one day having been ac...

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TO SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 21 May 1864

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TRIAL OF ITALIAN BRIGANDS SEIZED ON BOARD THE AUNIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 21 May 1864

TRIAL OF.ITALIAN BRIGAN~DS SEIZED ON BOARD THE AUNIS. TurE Times correslpondent at Naples, in a letter of the 11th of Mlarch, in referring to the trial of these ruffians, says : I cannot serve the cause of humanity, of liberty, and religion better than by describ ing two or three of the horrible facts which have been related in their minutest details during the last week in the courts of Santa Maria. To report the trial at full length would be impossible, and though I am far from wishing to satisfy .a morbid appetite for horrors, I limit myself to the narrative of scenes, equal if not exceeding in brutality, any of which the world has over heard. Pasquale Viscusi, and Alessandro Ruotolo, two priests, wero the principal witnesses in this article of accusation. They had been captured, together with Giacomo Viscusi, uncle of the first-named, and saw what they related. Having plundered the house of uncle and nephew, the band commanded by Cipriano carried them off to the mountain called ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 21 May 1864

]IIRTH;. On thile 10th instant, at thle Lock-up, Collector, Mrs. SSAMU.o Lr.LSON , of a son. *MARRIED, On the 17th inRstant, ly special licenso, by the R1ov. I. II. Ooad, It. 1T. Ma[canoNAI, of Lniswaido, Scotlalnd, to MAty, eldest daughter of A. ?cl 55anw, of Goulburn. DIED, On the 15th instant, nat Berrima, of apoplexy, "WIls,,aT Moons, poundkeeper, aged 53 yoears. Salk AX MtA 2r niMA21. SATURI)DAY, M\IAY 21, 188'.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 21 May 1864

WrNTER GOODS! WINTER tNT-Ef GOODS!! WQ W E have much pleasure in announcing to our numerous patrons and the public gene iaily, that our FIRST IMPORTATIO~ OF WINTER GOODS, ex AEROLITE Ias arrived, and will be open for inspection the latter end of the ensuing week. It comprises 6 CASES DRESS MATERIALS: An extensive variety of Poplinettes Camlets SFancy Winceys Knicklerbocker Wincoys Poil de Chevres Checked Carmelites All-wool, Saxony, and Gala Plnids, new Drap do Laine, in plain, check, and stripes, with a fashionable assortment of trimmed Wincey Dresses, &c., &c. 3 CASES MANTLES, PALETOTS, &c.: Being ail elegant assortment of thle newest designs of Mantles, Paletats, Housle and Prome nade Jackets, in fabrics of cloth, velvet, dinagonal, cit lile, tippedl seal, trimmed with velvet; and fancy, trimmed with ornaments and silk hoods; and the Alpine Cujire, Humboldt, and Princess, as now worn in London and Paris. S5 CASES MILLINERY: choice and superb variety of TRI...

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ELEANOR'S VICTORY. CHAPTER XVI. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 21 May 1864

ELEANOR'S VICTORY. 0T TIlE AUTHOR OF LADY AUnLEYht' BECnET, &0. CHIAIVTEI XVI. Mn. MONCKTrON can e to Halliewood upon the clay ftler Louncelcit Ijorrell's arcivol. T'ie fravo scclicitor Iced kcnown the yoccng menD becfore his dclcprtcre for Indlijc, Ibut there seemed no very great intimacy botwee tlhem, andc Mr. D),rrell pclpared ratlcer to avoid any familitrity with hIis motleo.'s rich friend. Ho answered Gilbert Mlonckton's questions about India and Indligo-planting withl an air ofc unwillingness that was almost insolent. "The last few years of my life have not been so very pleseant as to make me care to look back at them," ce said bitterly. "Some men keep a diary of the experiences of eaclc day-I found the experiences tiresome enoughl in tlemsolves, and Iad no wish to incur tlhe extra fatigue of writing about them. I told uny uncle, when he forced ccommorcial career upon me, thlat Ice was making amistake; anti the result Ihas proved that I was right." Mr. Darrell spoke wi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 21 May 1864

s r;RAT ASiAN FREEMASONS' IIALL IU[OTEL, 11, York-street, Sydney: ALFRED tR \pS 1MMODr. TIN for gentle ' Privsto families will at this hotel find the conto ift.s of a home. 171 Produce Stores. 'ESSRS. DURIIIAM and IRWIN arne preptired to receive wool, sheepskins, tallow, hides, &ec, 'i? salo by auction or piiiately, at their Produce tBi"rcs Circular Quay, Sydney. Iibeeral advances made on wool, sheepskins, tallow, niid tides consigned to them for sale or shipment. ;:: Circular Quay, Sydney. 116 TO SI E0?.''.S. ARRETT'S TWIST, genuine. sound, and war-' Sranted. Best American HONEYDEW, 6s. p 1n lb. PIPES. in meerschaum, wood, clay, &o., ·frdm 3a. to £1 e'ch. aSl, o .- At M. DE BARR'S. SCOTT, WILLIAMS, & c0O, (LATE OicAnECs SCOTT AND CO) : 8.99, OEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY, -i' OPPOSITE THE ROYAL HIOTEL, WOLESALE AND RETAIL IRON MONGERS, AND Importers of Saddlery, &c., &0. 411 LONDON TAVERN, S Auburn-street, Goulburn, ORMERLY "TIHE HAIP," BY MRS. M. O'...

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NOTES ON THE MONTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 21 May 1864

NOTES ON THE MONTIH. flosm thAo I'oman, May 7.j Ox most soils the recent rains would cause the sowing of wheat, oats, barley, and grass seeds to bhe deferred; the first favourablo opportunity must be taken to push on the sowing of corn crops, &c. Strong soils will have been too wet to admit of ploughing; they are very difficult to deal with, if ploughed in wet weathor; thly should be ploughed when as dry as possible, and for wheat and osts it should not be attoiempted to harrow the surface more than once after the sowing. Attend to drains and water furrows immediately after sowing; narrow ridges on wet soils are nost proforablo. For sowing grass seeds, fulll information on tIhe subject is contained in some of the late numbers of the Yooman. Sow tartarian oats for hay, and potato oats for corn; early sowing will be likely to bring the crop to perfection before the caterpillars attack it, should these pests again make their appear ance. Sow Cape barley for mnother cutting -lot...

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THE PROTO-MADONNA. A PAINTING ATTRIBUTED TO ST. LUKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 21 May 1864

THE PROTO*.ADONNA. A pAINTING ATTIUIIUTEDI TO ST. LUKE. (Fom heA drt-Journal.) SIn the year 1829, a Greek monk, in the prime of life, but suffering from acute pul eonary disease, was found in a sadly Iohelplecss condition lying in a Bedouin hut. TheI travellers whom this sufferer thus for tunately encountered, themselves European pilgrims in Palestine, charitably took the sick man with them, and with some difliculty succeeded in conducting him first to Cairo and then to Alexandria. At the earnest entreaty of the still suffering monk, one of the travellers, who had already taken the lead in rendering him the opportune aid he so greatly needed, undertook to complete his work of charity by bringing Father Isaac (for such was the sick man's name) with him and his companions to Europe. On the third day of their voyage to Ancona, the party encountered a violent storm, the effect of which upon the sufferer was so severe that tihe kindly efforts of his benefactor failed to prolong his earth...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 21 May 1864

In the Supreme Coaurt . of New South Wales. Sherilff's Ofico, Goolburn, 19th May, 1864. Morriss v. H. 8. Potter. ON TUESDI)AY NESXT, thie 24th instant, at noon, on the premises occoupied by the above-named deofendant, unItles the writ herein be previously ataislied, the sherilff will cause to be sold by pubhio nuction, OIne horsu, saddle and bridleo One Atmerion sulhy Ono largo water-cask atnd hnrso-dray One large iron water-tantk On, office desk, and two stools, and Sundry other articles. TOGETattEtt WITH The tithnber and materials in the sheds and fencing recently put up in "Tatterlatl'a Salo Yards," tlheo property of thle defendantt. Ar-so, The right and interest of the said IIenry Sheriff Pl'otter, of, in, and to the tunexpired lease of the store, sale yards, and promises, in his possession in Marhet-square, Goul burn. 31 Wanted, T1EAMS to Inad for TUMUT. Apply to N. 1 MANDEL9ON. 038 Wanted, SLABIOURERI. to drive Ihorses. Apply to J. A l MARli)EN, Ottiwell IHouse. 93 To Splitter...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 21 May 1864

'rTO ARCHITECTS. Designs for Public Buildings for the Govern ment of New Zealand. EXTENSION OF TIME. Aueklannd, 28th April, 1864. T HI E COMMISSIONERIS for the ERECTION of 1 PUBLIC BUILDINGS desire to inform Architects that STHEY HAVE EXTENDED THE TIME For Receiving the Designs for the Public Buildmfigs (specifled in their Advertisement of Mlarch 30th last), to diho 271th day of JULY next, 1864. S. KEMPTHIORNE, Secretary to thie Commisaioners f02 . For erecting l'Public Buildings. Baes unBttiour. S Preliminary Notice. iFARMS AT iMUMMELL. SP. DIGNAIM AND CO. Have receoived instructiolns to sell by public auction * At their Rooms, Auburn-street, ON AN EARLY DATE, TlIE UNSOLD LOTS OF -. the * 1VU11MVELL ESTATE, particulars of which will shortly be given. 2944 Wednesday and Friday Next.-: REGULAR SALES. P. DIGNAM AND CO. . I Will sell by public auction, At their Sale Yards, Salutation Inn, ON WEDNESDAY & FRIDAY NEXIT, At olovoe o'clock, H OR SE h broken to S A DDI)LE and DRAUGHT...

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RUST IN WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 21 May 1864

RUST IN WHEAT., TuI. following correspondence on this subject has appeared in the S. 2. Herald. The first letter is from Air. Thomas S. .Mort, as follows: Having of lato become a bit of a farmer, and being of course.largely interested in the welfare of the colony, niv attention has naturally boon given to the causes which have led to the destruction of the wheat of the past season by rust, and which prior to the visitation of that dreadful scourge appeared to pro mise. so lqrge a yield. The answers I received to my:onqhirieb wero various, but most of tliopeoplo to whom I applied for information ascribed it to the unusually' severeo westerly winds which prevailed during the winter months, especially at'night, with the hot suns ruling during the day. Accident throw me. in the way of a .Mr. Rivers, an agricultural needsman of largo '6xperienico, and brother to the celebrated *horticulturist of that name in Hertford shire, and turning back to the old topic I elicited information which l...

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PAROCHIAL VISITATION. To the Editor of the Herald and Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 21 May 1864

PAROCHIAL VISITATION. To the Editor of the Herald and Chroniclc. Sm,-There is a voice saying that there is a time to speak or else for over after to hold one's pe?~a Alt that is required, therefore, is to choose the righl time, and not then be afraid to speak. The preset Fronoch empire is the result of Cavaigniac's too pro longed silence, and Lamartine's foolish fear of speak ing out. " Now, if you do speak, you are ruined (by politicl fooes) was the openly uttered opioion x one in his confidence. Havingbeen confined to my room, by illneir, many cogitations flit across my head, relative t0 the' mutability of man's thoughts, and the unchmg ableness of the mind of God: and the very attempt at the Persian. and ALcdean emperors at fixily li laws and ordinances, in imitation of the theocr?li dominion and kingdom of God, caused their oeer throw. All human laws need amendments; there cainot be social or intellectual progress, except bi improving upon and profiting by the experience and wis...

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GOULBURN WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 21 May 1864

GOOLUOUI(o W/VlIIIY tLIt t'10ll// 0 fI IIO010T. /lihrn. 8/6. to /0. 6 0/Inlshot IorlCot IUlottong : F'lolrw, cf.lae £1 I on i ,,,l~ro~~., ,"8 ' Pollard, is. . 6 bushelo; or ts. ty tho htt ton.o railo, t h. *t/t. boo/llot; or to. by.the tlftont ... Otorod, 01j.jd /62-tb. toICf. . Mlitos . 60. 0/. to tso Ier bnlo. 01 Olortrol. f?l/lis/I, to. /ot. to do. "/li l/oot; Copo, 2s. Gd. Osl, 25. 01/. toUto. /,d 0.00/lot.i, /l1y, £2 10t. to £4 7t toll. flol/rrir,.Orioo, 8d. to /d. 7, tb " s/tt, /1. /7/roar 4d.7 / 'l. , 6/6 o, t Od. to td. / ot. o,,. G1otol. oso . to s. 04, W doLen. IOototoo,2/s.p 102 70/vt. ' o //olo,, Cos. to £4; odo C£1t.. .2l ?Itllr, pri/. , frtoo .£3 10s. to £.t 1 Edium, Ea. • Pigo. 0I. to .1 . ' '/6. er/0 (rlotall), 3td. l/ 411. Ib/ 101100010i (rotItai). dd. 7/ /b. , Tnlt/r, £1/Il to :1Lt 7 toll. /l0/1/0, /o. to Il/. enach. "llro;/l/I//.o. ,"1.; wlooted 7d1. 7 to. C/7lroo/0100 t/on--'.iydllUy to 0floulbllla £4 : 0O1llblrm bo-8yud .tey, £3 to £.7 10s.: nollB/llr to Ittn/Io...

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COMMERCIAL. GOULBURN, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 21 May 1864

CONMJERtCIAL. cour?rc l/. .-, . .. GOULIBURIN, Frlday evenlng. FLoon lhas fallen £2 per ton, and is now quoted At £20 for flueo. The mills do not quoto prices for wheat, the fluctuations In theo market bbing too rapid. Bread Is now 6)/d. per 2-b. loaf; but will probably fall to Od. WIIEAT AND FLoln.-At Conolly's MIll:--Finoe flour, £20 per ton; seconds, £25t; if lessthan half-ton, Is. per1001b. extra. The fluctuatlions in the market provent my qeuoting rates for wheat. Brman and pollard, lquanntitles of halautoan 1s. per boshel; less quantities, Is. 4d.' At EmaunueP'e MIItt:-Fina flour, £2f per ton; seconds, £25; if less than half ton, Is. per 100 lb. extra. In conse quenre of the unsettled state of the tlonr market we are un. abole to quote peicen for wheat. Bran and poleard,in quantitles of half-a-ton, ls. per bushlel; less, Is. 4d. AUCeloNoEEnS' REPORTc.-Meessrs.- Dlgunam and Co. repbrt: lat Cattle.-There is no speculatlon here, and the butchers being pretty well supplied, sales ...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, Friday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 21 May 1864

LATE?S' 2 N'NTELLIG.ENCE. [nO)L OUR E:LIEOGAPIIIO COItltESPONDENTS.] SYDNEY, Friday night. GAODISanrI was placed on his trial to-day, and the eyidonco for the prosecution and the dofence was concluded. Counsel for defence will address the jury to-morow. All tile monoey found on him wao given up to himn by order of the judge. The court was crowded to excess. Gardiner challenged six teen of the jury. Flour is quoted at £28 per ton. The oloven for the Queensland cricket match wore chlosen to-day. Tho team is considered a strong ono. 3Jr. George Miller is missing from oelboournmo wilth liabilities to the amount of £50,000. Business dull.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 21 May 1864

"VE protosted somo timeo sinc against tile practico of running to Government for aid upon occasions of faliluro or mis fortuno, and we are not displeased to sco that corrector ideas than those which seoomed to be hold on this point are gaining ground. WVhon last your a sum of money wnas voted for tlhe purposo of find ing socd wheat and oats for thle ?irmers in Camden and the adjoining districts, few persons perhlaps woro dlisposed seoriously to object to it as an isolated instanc of the application of a wrong prillnciplo. But when it was sought to makle the principle gonor ally applicablo to circumstances of a similar nature, when appeals for stato aid were mado bSy, or rather on behalf of, the farmers of the Bunter as well as again oni behalf of those ?of Camxden and other districts, it became ap)arent that theoro must be a limit put upon tlls practico. Tlhoqgh theore is no class whoso welfare we dlesiro miore sincorcly than that of tle agricixlturists, truth conmpols the ixdxbissi...

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SYDNEY SUMMARY. THURSDAY afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 21 May 1864

SYDNEY SU M1ARY. TiUlaSDAv afternoon. SorcE the closing of the Logislative Assembly, pub. lic attention has booeen turned for a time from politi cal affairs, and those citizens who were eager to witness, or read of, the unseemly debates which marked the last session of parliament, are now thinking somewhat more of the moral and social state of Sydney; though of course iot unmindful of how our own welfaro is bound up in that of the colony. at large. On looking at the various in provements in progress in our city, I may briefly mention the lighting of the Domain with gas. Lamps are placod at short intervals, from the en tranco near Governor Bourke's statue to the gate of the Botanical Gardens; tlhence to tho entrOleo near St. lary's Cutoedral, and round the patti at the back of Macquarios?treot until they reach thie start ing point. This, ils.far as it goes, is a great 'im provement. Judging from what I have heard from police officers, who always keeop asharp look out in the Domain'af...

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LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 21 May 1864

LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. AccucrNTs.- On Wednesday, as M[ossrs. T Richards and H. Howitt wore driving in a gig across thie bridge near the Scots' ]irk, the horse took fright at a pig which made his appearance at the moment, and aworving with the gig and tihe occupants, went over the side of the bridge, which it may be remarked remains without railing, and is othlerwiase in a very dilapidated state, notwithstand ing that it is on the main southern road, and thIat frequcont attention ihas beeoon called to thleo'noeed of repair, bIothll through the press and otherwisee. Rtichcrdis' shouloer was dislociteod, and IIowitt's log so severely strained that he will be confined to his bed for a considonrblo time. The gig wos some what broken, and the horse made on' with it for some time, till hIe was stoppedod and securred.-Thle same evening, as c Borrima team weas going down the Big lHill towards Sidwell's, the horses bolted, end cn olderly: woman, named Sarah Olliver, wac thrown out. One of thie...

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TO SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 25 May 1864

TO SUB5ScRIIs llS. In orldr to maye poslagrt we Iintend to adopt a plan tidch i, olreadl ptrsued ba reveral olher pap~ers and achnowledgle the rrcrlt oJ remlttalltaner in thiAl colnn intltrad of by letrElrr. )tlrgTyrANcn fECEIVOO from Itr. 'P. II. Corcoran, tlurrown, Pt I4n.

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