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SEED-WHEAT IN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 28 May 1864

SEED-WHEAT IN VICTORIA. (From the JMelbourne Argus.) Wr regret that Sir Francis Murphy should hare waited for inspiration from the press as to his policy on the subject of the seed wheat loan to the farmers. His conversion to our doctrine on the matter is satisfactory, but it would have been better for his own roputation had his change of mind been th" result of spontaneous conviction. The dis-e covery that, after all, the calamity for which hie was labout to invoke legislation, is "not . naitioTal calamity," may do ctedit to hisi eagacity, but it will scarcoly find him favour w:ith the clients whom it disappoints. It is lato in the day to be called upon to teach the clementary principles of legislative sci c ieco to men who put themselves forward as thle accredited guides of the public, and there tlust always be a delicacy in exposing their jeliciencies. We have no intention of hold 1g upi the delusions of Sir Frances Murphy OU the suhject of state functions as an ag t;ravatcd exam...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And Chronicle, The
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LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 28 May 1864

LOCAL AdND PRO ZVINCIAL. AcoEsNT.. .-On Wednosday Patrick Leohano, a boy eloven years of ago, residing near Spring Valley, was engaged in cutting down a tree for firowood when the tree fell on him, dreadfully crushing his leg below the knee;o He was removed to the Goul burn hospital, ivhoro Dr. Waugh found it necessary to remove the limb above the joint. Cx?rotoLe CIanUon Ar Gnmi G uLsa· n stE.-On Tuesday last, theofoundation-sotone of a new Catholic church at Grabbon Gullen was laid by the Roy. t. ~IcAlroy, assistbd by Father Walolh. The attend ance was very good; and about £80.was subscribeod. on the spot towards the churchbfunds. SDEsTrUcTxo OFr THE ArHISs.--A gentleman fur nishes us with the following recipo which he states he has tried and found perfectly successful in des troying the aphis:-- lb. of flour of sulphur, 1 lb. of saltpotro, . and 4 Ibs. of comm?qon soda, dissolved in about fourteen gallons of water, and the solution smartly shaken over the insectsa.with a brush.. ...

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

POULTRY. - (From ike l'eomlea.) WV.have repeatedly pressed upon the public what might be done by the careful' breeding of fowls in .this country:as en industrial occupation. It may be called a little in dustry, but perhaps the. day for bigger tlhings is departing, and 'the time fast ap proaching when 'the. farmer must look to every means to recover his losses or protect hlimself. We have .now a proof upon the subject-a gentleman, resident in Brighton, without exhausting his stock, sent in to Messrs. Gommell and Mo Caul on Saturday last, for sale, twenty pens of )orkingfowls, in all sixty birds, and the account-sale shows something about £80, or in other words, as much as ten good milch cows would sell for. We.hndrrstand that some of these birds, at six or seven months old, weighed over 0 lbs., and if we are to judge by the weights given in the Field and other papers, this is very good. Mr. Charles Ryan is the gentleman alluded to, and his care and judgment in producing such alot of ...

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RUST IN WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 28 May 1864

IRUST IhN WHEAT. fl.o, theI. Yeoman,.) TIm sub8joined is the paper read by MIr. Mitchell at the last meeting of the Horticuil tural AsSociation, and kindly forwarded to us for publication: 'In opoening tho adjourned discussion on: tlhis subject, I may mention that it is re coiving serious considorition in tihe sister colony of Now South Wales, the Acclima tisation Society there hlaving appointed a sub-committeeoo for the purpose of collecting information respecting it. That this should b6 so is scarcely to be wondered at, although we treat the matter very coolly, seeing that wo aro likely to pay an enormous price for tlhe bread we eat in conscquence of the dire fat visitation of this minute but terrible oeiomy of the wheat planult. Numbers of opluions have beeoon oxpressed through thelb modium of journals devoted to agricultural a•id rural aflhirs, as well as throulgh the piess generally. Asmight owllbe expected, the opinions expressed are various' indeed. Bitt it appoears to me tha...

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ELEANOR'S VICTORY. CHAPTER XIX. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 28 May 1864

ELEANOR'S VICTORY. DY TnnE AUTUOR OF IADY AUDLTY'S SEOfRT, 80O. CIIAPiTER XIX. iMae. DARRELL drove away from Tolldnle Priory Into in tIhe afternoon, and in a very despondent state of mind. Shte had done no gnood by her visit to Woodlands, indt it seemed pninfully probable that shite nhadtl done a great deal of harm; for the unfortiunate necident of a resemblance between Lanrn Malon's companion and thle late George Vane hind stirred up the memories of the Iast in that turbid stream, tihe old man's mind. Tile wniddw scarcely olpened her lips dlring thle Ihomeward drive. She would fain have punished Eleanor for tlhat unlucky chance by wlhich she happened to resemble the dead mari, and shae did not fail to roinnrk un pleasantly upon Miss VaRie's conduct at Woodlands.: i ' "One votld really think you wished to trade upon your likeness to Mr. Vane, and to insinuate yourself uipon my uncle's good greais, Miss Vincent," the widow stid, rather snheply. .Mlennor blushed crimson, huit did not ...

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ABOLITIONISM RUN WILD. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 28 May 1864

A:uoLrITIo m,?I ux'N TVILD.--It has been discovered by the advanced spirits of the abolition party thuit tlho negro is in many important respects thle superior of the whites, and that if the latter do not forget their prido of race and blood and colour, and hamalgamato with the purer and richer blood of the blacks, they will die out of America and withor away in unprolilio skinniness, moriting by their obstinancy and folly the fate of tihe red man, whom they hlavo e.ither extorminated or driven into the wildernoss. Tho first to'give toirgue to tihe now doctrine was the 1ov. Theodoro Tilton, the coadjutor of thle ?ov. Henry WVard Boceclhor in the editorship of the Independent, who, a few monlths .ago, declared, in an assemblage principally composed of women-possibly all of the strong-minded order-that, it was good foi white \?omen to marry black men, and that the passional and emotional nature of the blacks was needed to improve the white race. Mr. Wenehdell Phillips his often hintd ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 1 June 1864

Notice and Caution. WTITEREAS my wire, Sarah Edwards, has this day consented to an order for soeparation before tle Braidwood bench. upon an allowance for mninteannce, this Is to notify thant I will not be nnweraclo for any desbts she may hereafter con traots and I have to request that ail persons indebted to me will declino to pay her, as I will not consider themn legally discharged of the same by so doing. CIIHARLES EI)WARDS. Braidwood, IMay, .6, 1864. 084 Taralga. C ENERAL MACARTHUR'S tenants at " Taragno. are requested to meet Mr. Chisholm, at Donolioo's Inn. Terngln, between threo nnd 'four o'clock, p.m., on FRIDAY NEXT, the 4tlh June. 1000 J. T. GANNON. Goulburn Mechanics' Institute. LECTURE opon , Mechanios' Institutes annd A similar sooito " will bo delivered on WE)D NESDAY EVENING, the lst Juno, by Dr. Ihous. The chair to betaken at half.past seven o'clock. Members sidmitted free, with tihe privilego of intro. ducing two ladies; non-members, Is. each. CHAS. J. POOLE, 979 li...

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LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. ROBBERY BY BEN HALL'S GANG. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 1 June 1864

LOCAL AD PROVTINC?OIAL. tROBBERY BY BIEN IMALL'S GANG. ON list Satorday afternoon Mr. J. Roberts' coach from Young to Yass was stopped at a place known as Emu Flat, about six miles on the Yass side of Binalong, by Boo laoll and two of his confedoratas. There were only two passengers on the coach--MIr. A. Cohln, of Yass, and lMichaol Curran, driver of thie niail from Goulbure to Borrimo, both of whom were on their returnr from the races at Young. The driver of ?Ir. tolterts' coach (Georgo Mliller) anti the passengers wore ordered to alight, a command they appear to have obeyed with nmuch alacrity. Curran, on seeing the bushrangors approaech, slipped his albert-chain from thoe button-hole of his waistcoat, and succeeded in secroting itand the watch attached. Hie was not so successful, however, in coincealing twenty-one £1-notes Which he ad in his vestpoelkot, foi detection followed theiittompt, and ioh getting from the coach he had to hand them over to Ihll. A nuggt p'in hIe had on hi...

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COMMERCIAL. GOULBURN, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 1 June 1864

OOULIrIUIRN, Friday evonlng. Wlo, 0a1 FioOvi--At Conoly'3s MIll: 'uino flour,' £20 per too seconds, £o5; If lee thou 'half-ton; Is. per 100Ib. extra. llu fhucu ationso in the market prevent' my quotling eates for wlnhot. Mran and pollard, in etuantltles ol half~a-ton Is. per hnehel; less n tltlten, ls. 4d. At-Emanue I' MltI:--Fhro flour, -£20 per ton; "seconds, £15; if less tClan-hleif tonls. "per 100ib. extra. Ia casoe quence of tie unsettled stats of tie lonur market wo arce ta able to quota prlcos for avhcat. mean and pollard, in quantities of hnlf-n-ton, ls, per buCael i less, Is. 4.L "'""'- ":'--·' SYDNEY, Monday alternoon. Totneu :rketa aro very vlalet. lotatoes are atn nominal prico in monsaquiencomof largouar rivals fmm YIolorlia. Flour remnains unchanged. 11eh arrlvals yesoerday o'cro numeroue. Tiho more important imports aere 010 tons bireodstnlfs, 1011 bags sugar, nod 400 tons motntoea. " aInlec cntlnaas dull at 2, Id. t0 -in. Id. olts flrm. * Al speeulatlve aonvemont is ...

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THE FIRE BRIGADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 1 June 1864

THE FIRE BRIGADE. Te: annual meeoting of slbscribers to tho Goulhurn Fire Brigade Assoeietion was held on MIonday even ing in the nlate municipal council rnmbere, the president, Mr. William Davies, in the chair. Mr. Evans Taylor injquireml from the P'resident what were his dutie s n slperintlcndent? 'rThe President replied that rilos would have to bo drawn up defining the duties of the several ollicers. Mr. Taylor bogged to resign his oflice of superin tendent. T''ho President said that at the present time Mr. 'rTaylor wao not superintendent. Thecommiltteeo and ollice-benrors had compleled their tenr of oiTiee, and therefordi had nothing to resigo. Shortly afterwards Mr. Taylor left the room. Tihoe following report and balanco-sheoot weoro read to the meeting: Tui period for ahich your oomilltier werc appointed boiing *xptrrd, fhry now oerrgn tgIutr truitr nnur iltc pemure In nnourrooiug that the euonrurr tor in horoottil rorhiogl order, ind thut 1 voltunteer tirebrigrtdo hnK hero f...

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COOMA AGRICULTURAL AND HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 1 June 1864

OMlA AGRI5CULTURAL AND HORTIOUL It TURAL SOCIETY. (1'roe the Menurs Mrercur) Tusl ploughing matches advertised to take place in connection with this eocity on Tuesday last may be "'id to have been a completo fiiluro, inuomoch as onily three ploughmon entered for the horse match, tli onl offered to contest in the bullock match, and oily onoo tad offered to enter for tho youths' prize. liorsr-plousghs of any description, driven with reins, T'ie only ploughing that toolk placo was that for first prize £5, for which the following persons rstrsed: iiobt'CPioompgoo .......................a,.. :s~s~ slnll ~r~enior ...................... ......... 2 .tiltioedttoeee ... ............................ Dirones started with a small wheel-plough, suit-. able for garden worki, but totally useless in the field. li erratic were its movements that the driver after sthikisg a furrow in the shape of a half-circle retired fiom the struggle, leaving Thompson and Ward to contest for supremacy-the first nam...

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SYDNEY SUMMARY. MONDAY afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 1 June 1864

tYDNEY SUMMARY. Mo.osav afternoon. Tlren. is has boon commenced in England an agitas tion for a' uniform farthing postal rate, and although but just beginning it will probably end successfully. Tho great advantage both to the people and the revenue of the uniform penny rate is greatly in favor of this view; and of courise in Englond, where there are statesmon-not moro Dalgleishian pro tendors-such an idea as making a profit out of the post-oflico never suggests itiolf to any one swho haso brains enough to be a member of the cabinet. But lhere our Solons seem to think that the post-otlice ought to clear itself, just as if the government of the country were somo wrotched old dealer in older iron, or some paltry little huckster. It never strikes these gentry that there is not one government department tbhat pays its own way in money. Even the tole graph aoltico, which is triumphlantly pointed to, nnm ages to show a' fir return only from the number of government messages; and 1 neeood l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 1 June 1864

Sak~s bl $ntiqu. RECAPI'TULATION . PROPERTIES FOR SALE BY AUCTION !'(.T" , .'% ~'\od ',;?? , , I:'rr P. DIGTNA1fN D ." At their Rooins, d'irn-streetrt THIS DAY,-ls?. JUNE, : At tweiveo.o'clookipromrpt, fliWO SUPIIElOIO I BUICIK .DWEI LINGS, on, I Ilallf an acr, of ground, int Auburn-tstreet.' TIIE BORO INN, with 1010 .cros of choice Inod. : SHERWIN'S FLATS, ontiining 1571 nores of imanificent Iltnd; ithe pit of Ithe county. TIlE EVERT?ON ESTATE'hit (lMtduroo,eom prising 840 acres of excelleit ']ad,/, with vahlabhlo ilnprovenluts. TEN ALLO'l'TMENTS of lando' in Goulburn. FARM nt.Garroorigang.. "'... . FARMS ni Strawberry Creek" near. Wiinlolliman. For particulars of abov prolperties see separato hdvertisemettt.' '- . ' '993 This Day and Friday Next. REGULAR SALS S. . 'P. DIGNAM AND Co.'' Will sll by, public.autibtol, "At their Sale' Yards, SAlutation Inn ~j TIllS PAY AND i'RIIDAY, At elovon o'clock, HOR ISES bIroken to SADDI LE and U. DRAUGHT. Terms--cash. . : -01 This Day, 1st Jupoe...

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GOULBURN WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 1 June 1864

000LtUltN WOOLESALIO hItlCO8 CURREtoNtT. Vhrot,. 8t. to ts. V busohl; morket fluotunttng. Flo",o, Oor,lO.V2-1 ,ol;.'. " y -23 Potlord, is. 4d. o boolhr; orshe. by ttoo tnlf ton. Itaoo, Ito. 44. bt; tor bushe ll "O` e ton. 1beo~i, 0~t V 2-lb. lootl. Otor, 2so 0d. to YB. Od. r bushloo. IaIo, £3 10s. to £4 it toll. Bulern , fresh. 0d. to 9d. V? lb.; atlt, 0d. Clrror, 4 lb. .. noco.., td. to 7d. 1 lb.. ; Ego, is. 3d. to I.1. tI V dozoen. Pot0oe0.. O.t lrew Outfoo, i"o. to 12s. V owt. Ot "uttlr, prtue, fio0, £93 30o. to £41; medium; £3. •tr rp, it. to 1Ss. i . -.... " Pli, 34d. to 4d. lb. 12ri (rototl), 3d. to 4d. V? lb. lt011t0 (rootti),4d. V lb. Totllor, ? t0 to £30,V ton. llIlro, 5s. to Os. etoo. Sl?reph(,b. 04.; omnhbd 7d. V lb. Oorrtogo a ton--Sydnry to (toulburn, £4 ; toulborn to Syd noy, £1 to £3 100.1; oulborn to Lombnog 101t, £4; Ooul burn to Adelono, £0; (Ioolburn to 1umut, £01; Ooulburn to Ktlndro, £0 to .? ; Goulburn to Wogga Wagoo, £010s. to £7. L?nlese othlerwsle oxproesed,...

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To the Editor of the Herald and Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 1 June 1864

To the Editor of fte Hcraod ntd Ctroniclc. DEpa Son,-I have been accused of distributing a toact headed " Donnis and the Priest." I deny any t oawlcdgo of the tract or the transaction; and fur ther, I affirm that to put such a composition Btealthily under doors is a mean and despicable act, and I have no sympathy with the doors of it. I hold also that to irritate and annoy those of my fellow-townsmen who hold religious views .diffeoring. from mine is an act impolitic and useless (asameans of conversion), and, as a species of perracution, is imworthy of a tihristian. The Rev. John Wesloy, the founder of the church of which I am a member, says, " Isat out early in life with an utter abhorronco of persecution in every form, and a full conviction that overy man has a right to worship God according to his own con ectnco." "In tho name, thon, and in tho strength otfGod, let ts rcsolvt-jiat, not tohurtonoanother; tol cio nothing unbind or unfriendly to each other, nothing which we would no...

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TO SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 1 June 1864

TO SUlSCRlIIl?IIS. In order tot gr paolngeo te intend to adopt n tplan ,rklch i alread pursted bl rrrrnl other paper nd lcknorlolge Ith receFt of remtlltane, in thin coltumn Instrad of by cat.ENDARt. Irary of Ith 10.. Do o 110016 I Ago. WttfffEtIffA'Y ..........00.tile 7 0 I 4 S4 22 TIIUtIb)AY .......... , 0 4,4 2 Yll oAY......... 2~ 2 4 64 24 , ,, - i "?i (E]jat ? , 1.t. . WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1, 1801.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 1 June 1864

USTRALASiTAN FREEMASONS' IALL HOTEL, 19gl,York-street, Sydney: ALFRED BRADFORD, proprietor. FIRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATION for gentle Ien. Private families will at this hotel find the com. forts of a home. 1712 Produce Stores. I*ESSRS. DURIIA n n ItRWIN aro prepared jVJ to receive wool, sheepshins, tallow, hides, &c., Ifor soale by auction or privately, at their Produce ltores, Circular Quay, Sydney. Liberal advances made on wool, sheepskins, tallow, iand hides consigned to them for sale or shipment. Circular Quay, Sydney. 110 TO S1WVIOER5. n ARRETT'S TWIST, genuine. sound, and war ranted. Best Americnn HIIONEYDEW, G.s er lb. pIPES, in meerschaum, wood, clay, &c., rom 3d. to £1 each. ?31t At M. BE BARR'S. ~SCOTT, WILLIAMS, & 10, (rATE CHARLES SCOTT AND CO) 3? 99, GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY, S OPPOSITE THIE ROYAL IIOTEL, iHOLESALE AND RETAIL IRON M\I ONGERS, .:? AND SImporters of Saddlery, &c., &e. 411 - -LONDON TAVERN, Auburn-street, Goulburn, SFORMERLY...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, Tuesday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 1 June 1864

LiATE7ST INTELLIG-NCE. [P?OMI OU' TIELEOGRAnPIO COORUOPBONDEONTB. SYDNEY, Tuesday night. Tno government havo decided to raise the minimum iato of postago from this colony to tohe Unitod Kingdom to a ohillilg. Gardiaor has bcon further romanded for a weeok. Tho Sydneoy cricketers have boon warmly recoivod ot Brisbano. Tho match will commence to-morrow.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 1 June 1864

A OGREAT 'many opinions lavo boon ventured of Ilate in the colonial press upon the sublject of rust in whoat. It is obviously a question of groat iinportanco to the community, con corning alike the producer and the consu nlor. Trho visitation prinmarily diminished very greatly the returns of tile farmer, disappointing-in a markeod manner the anticipations which the early part of the season warranted of an abundant harvest; and secondly it has affrcected the consumer no Idss by the enhanced prico which he ]inas to piay for the primo article of human sup p~ort. It is a matter then that comes home to every one. Could anyone ascortain with certainty the cause, and apply an effectual iromody, he would confer an inestimable beonoefit upon the community at largo. At present, howeover, we have soon nothing ad vancod that promisos this result. Tile greatest source of hope lies in the belief that the rust is only an occasional visitant, and that there is no particular reason why it shoald be ...

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BURROWA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 1 June 1864

BURROWA.   (From our correspondent.)   carriers and drivers of teams complain very ch, of the dangerous state of the crossing-places Terrason Liangrovo, and Castle's Creeks, on the from Gunning to Lambing Flat. In fact, they that though much the shortest road, it is really dangerous to travel with anything like a heavy load. lTilealst-namod orrole, botween Buirrowa and Lamb Flit, so almost impassable in wet weather; and it s well mnown that when there is the most modoe fine rise the mait has, over and over again, boon do losind there. 'I would venture to urge strongly on the attention isf the government the desirability of sending the insils for Burrowa direct from Gusning, via Dalton, instcad of by tlie circuitous roeta of Yass and Binm song. A mail now runs twice a weoli as far as Is)lton; and the additional expense of an extension of tli service to Burrowa would not he much, while the saving of time would be of importance. An old man named Joseph Tillis,...

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