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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 25 May 1864

AUSTRALASIAN FREMASONS' HALL HOTEL, 191, Yorkstreet, Sydney: ALFRED BRADFORD, proprietor. FIRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATION for gentl?e men. Private families will at this hotel find the com forts of a home. 1712 Produce Stores. J ESSRS. DURIIAI and IRWIN are prepared to reeeive wool, sheepslins, tallow, hides, &c., for sale by auction or privately, at their Produco Stores, Circular Quay, Sydney. Liberal advances made on wool, sheepskins, tallow, and hides consigned to them for sale or shipment. Circular Quay, Sydney. 11 TO SOIROSERS. B ARRETT'S TWIST, genuine. sound, and woar ranted. Best American HONEYDEW, 6s. per lb. 'IPES, in mccrsachum, wood, clay, &c., from 3d. to £1 ach. s311 t 21. DE BArR's. SCOTT, WILLIAMS, & (0; (LATE CIIARLES SCOTT AND CO) 399, GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY, OPPOSITE TItE ROYAL HIIOTEL, .WHOLESALE AND RETAIL IRON MIONGERS, AND Importers of Saddlery, &e., &o. 411 LONDON TAVERN, Auburn-street, Goulburn, FORMERLY "THiE HARP," BY MRS. 2...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 25 May 1864

IT is now perhaps too late to say any more in favor of the proposal to give our railway contracts to largo contractors: but it is not too lato to point out tlhe evils which exist under the present system-evils which, how ever, it is only fair to admit belong to indi viduals, not of necessity to the system itself; but which yet appear to be pretty general. The present system, or rather the manner in which the present system is being carried out on at least some contracts-is in the highest degree demoralizing. The con tractors-or it may be their sub-contractors -it matters not which so long as the evils exist-lhave their stores and tlheir shantios along the works; and not only are the navsoes oxpected to buy their supplies at those stores and submit to pay tile highest rates for articlos of the lowest quality, but tlhey are expected also to spend what over may remain of their oarnings at the shanties. In msaling their agreements with thie navvies the employers do not say "you must ret...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 25 May 1864

]IIRTiI. On the 21st May, ht her residence, Goululrn, the wife of I. it. Mc CA.n, Esq., Inspector of Nlational Schools, of a daughter. At Ilivoredalo, Goulburn, on the 17th instant, Mre. J. F]uhAutr.s of a daughtteor. EDNT SDY, MAY 25, 180.1. WEDNESD)AY, 31AY 25, 18641.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 25 May 1864

Lost, ONE GREY HORSE, branded ~- 0 near shoulder, aged 7 years, bred at Gundary. For delivery or information of the same a suitable reward will bo given. 959 DAVIES, ALEXANDER, AND CO. Goulburn Brewery, TIlS in to give notice that no one is authorised to draw money or bills on my nceount except mo or my son, Cnban.os BL.ACKSHIAW. If they do they pay to their own risk. 058 J. BLACKSIIAW. To Builders and Contractors. ,l ENDERS are required for the oreation of a S Wesleyan Parsonago at Yass. 'Plans and spo clfications may he seen at Messrs. DAVIES, ALEXANDER, AND C0.'S. Goolburn. All ten dlers must he soot to RIo. W. HILL, Yass, on or before Monday, June 6th. 55 E, T, PENFOLD, Wholesale and Retail Tobacconist, nIMPORTER OF FANCY CLAY PIPES, VESTAS, FUSEES, &e., &o., 438, GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY, Next the RIoyal Inotel. 954 TIlE A1VATEU. IV?INSTRELS, IN AtI os TIo FUNDS O1 0 THE MECHANICS' INSTITUTE, "TILL -ive their first performance on TIIIS EVENING, Wedcnesday, 25th lMa...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, Tuesday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 25 May 1864

LnA E?&S' INI',TELLIGENCE.I. IPllOM OUR IELEOrAPI'IO cOnIr?sI'rSONDENTS.) SYDNEY, Tuesdaly night. O mRDNPor iS not to bo tried till nOet sessions, when ho will be charged with attempting to murder Ilosio. Two of the jurors in Oardinor'o case complained to thle judge that a poron within iho precincts of the court had saidl that their verdict was scandalous. A warrant has been issued against him for contempt of court. Ioaswell for forgery, and F. WV. Perry for em bozzlement, are rotmanded until next sessions. Falkonburg, the forger, has boon sentenced to four years on tihe roads. NIichnel W?alsh, for wounding with intent, to ten years on the roads, the two frst years in irone.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 25 May 1864

This Day and Friday Next. REGULAR SALES. P. DIGNAMI AND CO. Will sell by public suction, At their Sale Yards, Salutation Inn, THIS DAY AND FRIDAY, At eleven o'clock, HT ORSES broken to SADDLE and L.DRAUGIIT. Terms--conesh. 974 Wednesday, 25th MIay. CHOICE FRUIT-TREES, HAWTHORNS, ROOTS, &o. P, DIGNAM AND CO, Have received instructions from Mr. IIoLaEY, who is about leaving Goulburn, to sell by publio auction, At their Sale Yards, Salutation Inn, ON WEDNESDAY, 25TII MAY, At eleven o'clock, A LARGE and CIIOICE LOT of FRUIT TREES, including seven sorts of plums, viz: Washington, late Greengage, early ditto, New Orleans, Imperatrice, early Blue, and lied Ameri cani May Duke Cherry, ?uince, Almond, Red Cur rant, and Gooseberry. .sso, 12,000 well-rooted IIAWTHORNS, and a lot of Rbuharb and Asparagus roots. %** Tho above are a very prime lot, being all well grown healthy trees. Terms--cash. 81 Wednesday, 1st June. COMMERCIAL BANK V. VERNON. TWO SUPERIOR BRICK DWELLINGS IN AUBURN-STR...

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

YOUNG. (From ouar correspondent.) YESTERDssAY about one p.m. two men, one named MIyers, were stuck-up about a mile from the Bang Il?ng Inn, by Ben Hall, Johnny Gilbert, and another, and were Ikept in the bush for three hours; when Hall said they were going to the public-house, and if they did not return in half an hour they could go on. Shortly after some firing was hoard, and presently Ben Hall overtook them and told Myors they had been firing at the police, and that he thought one of them would not fire at him again. The news turns out to be correct; but no one was wounded. It seeoms when Ben Hall and party arrived at the public-house, two constables named Scott and acoainara were feeding their horssn in the yard of the inn. Ben Hall calledout to them, at the same time firing his revolver. They imme diately drew tlioheir revolvers and returned the fire, when after a deal of hard and close shooting, they drove the bushrangers off. Gilbert was recognised, as my informant says, by Co...

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TRIAL OF GARDINER, THE BUSHRANGER. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 25 May 1864

TRIAL OF GARDINER, THE BUSHRANGEIR. (From the .EmpIre.) Os Friday, Francis Christie, alias Gardinor, alias Clarke, was brought into court. The Attorney. GenerlI, prosecuted, and BMesrs. Tnaps and Dalley, instructed by Messrs. Roberts and iedman, for tho defenco. The court was crowded to excess. : Beforo the swearing of the jury, Mr. Isabcs re newed his application to havo tho money found bon the prisoner at the time of apprehension handed over to him for the purposes of his defencoe. The learned counsel quoted soeoral authorities in sup port of thoe application, which was opposed, by the Attorney-General on ihe ground that so largo a sum as £200 could not ho nceossary, and that ho had heard that the prisonerhad other hmeans, and had oven paid over already considerable sums to his attorney. Ho maintained that there ought to be afliduvils to tlhe effect that tlhe money, or part of it, was necessnary for the defenco. His Honor said that he had thought a groeat dcal on the subject, and ...

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COMMERCIAL. GOULBURN, Tuesday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 25 May 1864

COAl ME?C 'IA L. uour.UllUIoi, Tuesday evening. Wiro.p Aieno n. --At Conolly's ill:--Ftno fleor, £20 pee ten; ncoends, £25; i"ltsne thee half-ton, Is. por 10(11h, extee. ' cfluetuations in tie mamrhet prevent my quoting eaet for weelhont. lin and pollaed, in q nt ttcs ol hlal-a-ton is. per baselcl; less i lunntltlncs, s. 4d. At Elennnuuet Mli:--FPlo tlour, £20 per ton; seconds, £25; it less tihan helt ton, ls. por 1001lb. extra. In eansne qtonce of tile unsettled satei otiheo lionr market en aere- un ,hle to quote prices eor wheat. Ileun and pollerdla quantities uP hatl-a-ton, Is. per leseloh; elss, Is. 4d. SYDNy, Mlondoy aftennoon. There Is seo in Inlink 7000 tons onflour, wohrleh Isnqunat to tur conths' eonsumption. Sp s eeelnetos are stilt trying to keep up prices; but it is not llkthly that they wiill succeed. LUnlesa otherwise explrssct, tile prlees cs tcd in this artlels arc thlooe lu transactions beutween thle producr and tie first~ purehnaeru r;ot as lutwocn one dealer and a...

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LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. WESLEYAN CHURCH SUSTENTATION AND EXTENSION SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 25 May 1864

LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. WESLEYAN CHIURCH SUSTENTATION AND EXTENSION SOCIETY. THE annual services in connexion with the above society were held in Goulburn on Sunday last when sermons were preached morning and evening, and collections made in aid of the funds. On Monday evening a tea-meeting was held in the school-rooms, and at its conclusion a public meeting was held in the Goldsmith-street chapel. The attoendance was not numerous. After the meeting had been opened by singing and prayer, Tln chair was taken by Mr. William Davies, who expressed the pleasure he felt in presiding. He at tached considerable importance to the objects the society had in view, and hoped that Goulburn would strike a key-note so that something of importance might be done. He proceeded to advocate the claims of the society to general support. He had at first thought that the society did not contemplate affording assistance to schools; but on looking into their laws he found that he had been mistaken. He pointed...

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THE ART OF MILKING. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 28 May 1864

THE ART OF MILKING. Jennings' late work on cattle the follow remarks aro given on the subject of :ing :- ilking is performed in two ways, strip ing and lhandling. Stripping consists in ;izing the tent firmly near the root between ihe faco oft the thumb and the side of the . irc-fingcr, the length of the teat passing trough 'the other fingers, and in milking the end passes down the entire length of the .tat, causing the milk to fleow out of its point " forcibln stream. The action is renewed "yagain quickly elevating the hand to the ot of thle tent. Both hands are employed 'athe operation, each having hold of a dif ferent teat, and being moved alternaqtoly. Tlo two nearest teats aro commonly first tilkcd, andthentho two farthest. Handling jtdono by grasping the teat at the root with oi s fore-finger like a hoop, assisted by the rtunmb, whlich lies horizontally over the fore hger, the rest being also seized by the other gers. Milk is drawn by' pressing upon b entire length ofthe teat i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 28 May 1864

Inveetments in Debentures, Bank and other Shares MJAY always be obtained or disposed of, at current prices, on application to LENNON & CAPE, Stock and Share Brokers, 1665 Terry's Buildines. Pitt-streot, Sydney. AUSTRALIAN JOINT STOOK BANK. INTEREST ON DEPOSITS. rlTIHIS BANK will allow Interest on fixed Deposits, I at thIe following rates, namely - For 3 months at 3 par cent per annunm. ii ,, 4, 12 4 , 5 And, for such Deposilts, Bills are issued, payable to order and negotiable at any moment. DRAFTS ARE GRANTED AND BILLS NEGOTIATED on the following places': SLondon;, ldinburgih, Dubllin, in tile United Kingdlom; Melbourne, Adelaide nnd other towns in the nelghblouring colonies; and on the BraInches of the Bank es follows:- In Queensland: Brisbaneo, Ipswich, Rockhampton, Warwick, and Bowon. In New South Wales: West Maitland, Armidnale, Braidwood, Goulhurn, Wagga Wagns, Bathurst, Grafton, Tcnterficld, lllstdgee, Singleton, Ynas, and Newcastlc. Australian Joint Stock Bank, Goull...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 28 May 1864

Acclimatisation Society of New South Wales. TIIE Council of this Society will feel thankful to T any practical agriculturists or nthelr persons in this or any of the adjacent colonies, who have made the subject of "rust in wheat" their study, if they will communicato to the Council the results of their experience on the subject, and particularly I--As to character of soil in which wheat affected by rust was sown. 2--Whether in virgin soil, or in soil of long continued cultivation. 3-Whether on a rising, hilly, or flat country, and in what espect the rust appeared most to pre vail. 4-What kinds of wheat are most affected by it. 5-What kinds of wheat (if any) are not subject to it. 6e-Whether wheat so affected was the produce of seed long grown in thie colony. 7l-Whather seed obtained from the neighbouring colonies, or from foreign parts, is affected by it in any, or in an equal or in what degree. 8--bWhether wheat is most affected by it in wet or dry seasons, and whether heavy logs i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 28 May 1864

Funeral. TIHE FRIENDS of tho late Ms. JAMES WIIITTLE, are respectfully invited to attend her FUNERAL, which will take place TIHIS )AYB (SATUIIDAY), the 28th instant, at three o'clock, p.m. The panoceession will move from the residence of Mr. THOMAS GIGRUBI3I, near the Wesleyan Chapel, Murray's Elats. JOHN LANSDOWN, Undertaker. Auburn-street, North, near Auburn Terrace, Goulburn. 997 Wanted, SERVANT WYOMAN of all work, at OTTIWELL HOUSE. 099 Wanted, A MAN that can milk, and otherwise make him Sself generally useful, Apply to A. KING-. HORNE, Maxton. 965 Sawyers W ANTED. Apply to F. HORN, Builder, Goulburn.. 983 Two Pounds Reward. LOST, betweeon Mr. Bull's store and Mr. Sidwell's J public.house, on the night of the 24th May, a three bhushel bag. containing parcels addressed to Mrs. W. Jamieson and Mrs. PI'. Jamieson. Any person finding them and returning them to Mrs. BULL, will receive the above reward. 986 One Pound Reward. -TRAYED from Baw Baw, near Genoulburn, sup kposed to have go...

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GOULBURN WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 28 May 1864

OOULBUnN W!IOLESALE PRIhCR CDnOttNO. Wrhatr, 81. to os. "t bushel; market I|ltuiano . Flor, flne, £20 b'ton; .wnn.l-. £75 Polland, 1o. 4d. i bushel; or Is. by tho holf ton. 3mn, Is. 4.L i bushel; or 10. by the half ton. Bred, 6/.d 0 2-lb. lonf. , aior, to. 0-. to no. ror bushel Barlob. English, 3s. 0d. tO4.. t bushel ;^Cnpo, 2. 8. Orrt, s. 0. to ao. t. "0 bhsthl. Hnoy, £3 10i. to £4 0 ton. Blltert, Inresh. . to Od. I lb.; s»lt, 6l. Cmrrtt, dLit lb. Baron,. 61. to 7d. it Ib. llO, 1". 3d. to 1c. 8i. it dozen. Potatot. 32. fi ot. Ontom, 10. to 12. i rwt. Fat Catli,, prime, from .£3 105s. to £4 ;'medtnum, a3. SA<»mp, l&i. to 15I. V. hbed. Ptit, 3d. to 4d. it lb. Brej (retal), 3d. to 4d. t Ib. Jluttm (retail), 4d. l b. Tatloi, £30 to £34 S ton. fittr,, t. to 9e. each. Shrpemitr, 6t.; wanhed 7d. 3 ib. Lorrloat a ton-Sydney to Goulburn, £4.; Goulburn to Syd ney, £3 to £. 1On.: Goulburn to Lamboing Flat, £4; Goul burn to Adrlono, £6: (ioulhurn to Tumut, £6; Goultburn to K...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 28 May 1864

To OReSIPOONlDENTS. ltntllon to the follln.rin rru tll JproentO djl'),point. t.:-lredo not undcrtl to inam?L lttr?,t hico r m. ,nccompantlCd y an t aornnc that colpa Flnte ot beoen tnot to olher apoers.--tio canilot return rejocted corm. nucatn.~to,-!0hila i tllin to 00 eooh ordoiaroo cor 0recti0on, we mlut omit letters holoht rgqulire roe-orloti0 to fit tLm foI r publicantion.-- nhen inottledlna toptbllclto! mrg So-udesired, catmm hlOcallon ought to n'ach os by tuit onn .ths MlondaUS and.ThursdalUs precdlng pnbllicantion.-??Wl?e must Ln ecoru case I funlrshcrl olith the ,roittr's nname ond a nfrcog--nt foer pbllcatlion; brilt as a guarantOr of good faith."

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COMMERCIAL. GOULBURN, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 28 May 1864

: C, onAIMEUCJL. "" OU1JL1SUN, Triday evening. . WoIIfdA AYe F3ouno-At Conoiy'na SItl:--Flne flour, £f2i per ton: seconds, £.5; if loss then hIalf-ton, Is. per 100lb. extra. Thle fueteuat!ons t the msrket prevent my iuotlntg ales feor whoet. Bru annd pollerd, in quontlties of henf-n-ton I. per nlee l; less snonttitic, l. 4d. Alt ]Islllnll'iz .liii:--Fino flour, £2° per ton; seeonds, £25; if lesv tllont healf ton, Is. per 101b. extra. In conec. sueenre of the enoetini sts o the fIlour market Hoe are ona able to luots prices for whent. bren and pollnol,tn quonlilies of Iolf-s-too, Is. per bushsel; less, is. dd. AvceovEee,' BtronoS.--Mlrsers. P. DIgnnm and Co. report: Fat Csttlo.--lihe market continurs io be moderately supplied and no rieosalloihse occurred in prices. Ofthe only mob to hand tlhse'ech, one hlefwvere taken out of tho town, tih reslt dlue gelg lto the butchoes. "av quote ftir avorage cottle at from £2 to £3, prime from £3 to £3 19., or . shlades higher. We are advised of ...

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TO SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 28 May 1864

TO SUBSCRIBERS. , order to save postage we jrcInrd to adopt a pla? trhiclt t nalread purmund bjl se*eral other papers and acktnowlredge the rectipt ofj remittancca in, this column instelad of by, letter.

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A REVERIE ON DAYS OF YORE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 28 May 1864

A REVEnIt ON DAYS OF YORE~. TIle dlays oflyore are passed end fled, lhese JoyouS houra no more slhll come; The' tryine onic of thenm appercd, W¢ho would not wdsh them to return? Our elo.l-hy dloysl Ah lhnpystrain Those recolleolloao now call torth. ehoia woods endl upnads n'ecr aai Shall erho nith our shouts of?lrth. lor, Yhat grehateae th uadlnb n io doelt On thoughlts of nor first boyish Ioro? W'lVcde bound us as by magico spell To some dear elut or fairy rove. Ifoe often do wh think oftheoso Who In youth's rummer wore ourjoy; The' now to us their tlie are closeed, Meoel'ry ocll stll our thoughts employ. Years hlne rolled oo, and scenes hive eheoged; 'e rem no longer scloolbeys; tho' The plnygrouund ae ro oteon ranged Slinll eaer ogaln our presence hnow. Then let us price these memories, And hlant them closer round our hart;l That yearn nay roll and trouble rise, Yet nvocr lot them from us part. Ooulbura, fith Slay, ISt. V. II .M.

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CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 28 May 1864

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