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SMITING THE ROCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 4 June 1864

SMITING THLI Rocc.--In tho puff O1 Secretary Chase, which that gentlemnnas friends paid for in certain papers at so much per line, occur the words which Webster applied to Hamilton:-" He smote the rock of our national resources and abundant streams gushed forth; he touched the corpse of the public credit, and it stood upon its feet." A western paper suggests the follow ing amondment to suit Mr. Chaso's case: "lie smote tho handlo of Iloo's printing? press, and abundant streams of greell-back gushed forth; with the wand of his green' backs he touched the national conseience, and it becaino shoddy." - Now York World. Y.1?LaI '.L'aerc s,- - 'ho arny of the l.otoinio noomI to ble fat gohi(l to the fir t syllablo of the name of that f1mnous river. Its oporation sg ainst lich~nond Yhave o?ly wauvteih bloodtl and tirouro in the vein ation)P to gain a little politloal onpltal,_--4iiscuh Aidro, ,rnted, and pub10i0 haD WIIM AU0wMA O" at l I ulatpld ' rna prItang (lt hlr UDIbMeVwU NiOr /niA Wo...

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ELEANOR'S VICTORY. CHAPTER XXI. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 4 June 1864

ELEANOR'S VICTORY. BT TiEs AUTItOR Or LADY AUDLEY'S SonCRT, &C. CHIAPTEIR XI. Tunt little pony-carriago drove on to the station; and Eleanor, like some traveller'in n dream, saw the castle walls and turrets, the busy street and bIrrying people, spin past her cyes and melt into confusion. She did not know how she entered the railway-station, or how sahe came to he walking up and down the plit form with Mrs. Darrell. There was n choking sensation in her dry throat, a blinding mist before her eyes, and a confiusion that was almost terrible to bear in her brain. She wanted to get away--anywhere, so long as it was away from all the world. In the mean time she walked up and down the platform, with Launcolot Darrell'a mother by her side. " I am mad,' she thought, "I am mad ! It cannlot be so " Again and again in the course of Eleanor Vane's brief association with the widow's son, something-some fancy, some shadowy recol lection, vague and impalpable as the faintest clouds in the su...

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DANGEROUS LAMP OILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 4 June 1864

])AoolNGROUs L..rP OILS.-At a meeting of the medical officers of health at the Scottish corporation-hall, a paper was read on the recent petroleum accidents. It was shown that those accidents had resulted from the employmont of oils capablo of being ignited at a very low temperature. The author of the paper, Mr. Tegotmseir, exhibited a very easy mode of deteoting dangerous oils. Two tea.-pfuls of boiling water (at the ordinary temporaturo of a sitting-room) wero mixed together in a small basin; a cupful of the water was tihen taken, and a teaspoonful of the oil to be tested poured on its surface. In a few seconds a light was applied to the oil. The dangerous oils-thosecapablo of igniting below 128 degrees-nimaediatoly took fire, whereois; it was shown to be impossible to ignite those which wore of a safe and non-explosive character.-The Times. N MoeTIvE Iro wRn.--ProfesorsBarsanti and Mattrucci, of Florencd, have invented a now mode of producing motive power. Their engine may be des...

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THE SHEFFIELD CATASTROPHE AND THE YAN YEAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 4 June 1864

THE SHEFFIELD CATASTROPHE AND TIlE YAN YEAN. (From the Yeoomn.) I 'is riot, upon the whole, an agreeable thing to be drowned in your bed. • It is not much moro pleasant to stand, like sister Anne, upon your watch-tower, hoping against hope for the aid which comes not, and oxpecting every second that the long tried foundations of your house will at last give way wvith one crash, and plunge you and your wife, your sons and your daughters, your men-servants and your maid-ser vants, into the yellow maelstrom which is thundering around you. Nor, if life be safe, after the first flush of gratitude for personal deliverance is past, is it consoling to stand among the wrecks of your vanished prosperity, scarcely recognizing, in the dibris of niud, stones, and gravel, the sites of what was once a meadow, an orchard, or a garden, and have to begin the battle of life again, a broken-hearted and impover ished man. All these various forms of death, agony, and ruin, the wrotched inhabi tants of ti...

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CRITICAL STATE OF MATTERS AT WANGANUI. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 4 June 1864

OI1ITI?AL STATE OF 0MATTE1S AT VWAEOAEUI. The Daily Southern Cross of the 16th instant remarks: The- news- from Wanganui is not more then we expected any time these twelve months past. It is alarming enough, how ever, only the natives might have taken us in a more unprepared state; now they are likely to meet with a warm reception, preparations having been made by the colonial forces to resist any attack. The following extracts from letters, received in Auckland on Saturday, from Wanganui have been handed to us for publication ; "'April 30.-As regards the war, there is veory little stir hero. Our resident magis trate, Air. John White, has captured and sent back to' Taranakli, a native of tho Taranaki tribe who escaped from Now Ply mouth jail fifteen months ago. There is ia now religion sprang up amongst the natives along the coast between this and Taraunki. Truly Satan is iin their midst. A follow cellel To Ua is high priest of the followers of Pia Alariro. nriy 10.-An assistant mis...

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UTILIZATION OF THE MAIZE PLANT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 4 June 1864

UTILIZATION OF THE MAITZE PLANT. (Esra the Mark-Lane Express.) AT the Greoat Exhibition of 1862, specimens of paper manufactured from the Indian corn or maize plant were exhibited, and in our number of July, 1861, we mentioned that paper of this description was used in Austria for the books required in the primary schools. The present price.of cotton is most likely destined before long to experience a great fall;'but it is still for the good of society that fibres of other kinds hitherto neglected should be made available for the multifarious manu factures which civilization requires. It is also highly important, in this as in other direc tions, to utilize waste products, as the average condition of mankind cannot be materially improved so long as considerable sources of wealonth and comfort are thrown away. Ap plied science is continually engaged in obtain ing beautiful and valuable results from materials which ignorance pronounced to be good for nothing, or positively mischievous;...

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NEW ZEALAND.—NOTES FROM THE SEAT OF WAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 4 June 1864

NETW ZEALAND.-NOTES FROM TUE BEAT OF WAR. By tho brig Louis and Miriam, Captain Eady, we have three days later from Auck land, her dates being to the 10th ultimo. Rumour says that Sir George Grey has received from homo a pretty strongly ex pressed hint as to the advisability of con cluding pence, if it were in any degree practicable. Alluding to this report, the Now Zealander rennarlcs-Peace or otherwise, as the parties interested may be inclined, General Cameron has felt it to be his duty to -follow up: the retreating foe in ordor to ascertain the nature of the next.position that may be taken. On the 12th instant,. tie 08th Regiment, along withtho Colonial Defonco Corps, left TPauranga in search of the onomy. The force is 1000 strong; they started at day break, and woro nccompanied iby Goneral Cameron and his staff. Nothing is definitely known (says the Now Zealander) as to thoeir destination, but it is generally thought that lcTo1'o Puna is the spot wlhoro the next trial of streng...

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SALT FOR RUST. (To the Editor of the Yeoman.) [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 4 June 1864

SALT FOR RUST. (To the l'ditor of the lY'o,,an.) Sir,-In answer to yours of the 10th inst., I shall as briefly as possible state some facts connected with my knowledge of salt being a preventive of rust in wheat. Twenty-four years ago my father first tried the experiment on a field of wheat sown in December, after Swede htrnips. In April I sowed it all but two lands, in different parts of the field, with a little heavier cast than in sowing the wheat -about 3 cwt. per acre. The crop was a good one except the two lands where there was no salt, which took the rust when the wheat was beginning to blossom, and the weeds wore stronger than the wheat; and not half the quantity of straw there was where the salt was sown, and about a foot shorter. Afterwards we sowed it every year, with nearly always the same result, as I generally left a land to see the difference. One case in particular I remember, was a meadow of three acres, very rich. soil. In the spring of the year chickenweed and oth...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 4 June 1864

BUIRT AND CO., ORSE AND CARRIAGE BAZAAR, pITT & CASTTERiFAGII STREETS, SYDNEY, Auctioneers & General Agents FOR TOI SRALO OR RI'ttCHIAOS OF LIVE STOCK, By public or private contract. GULAR SALEs by Auction every MONDAY, WgLDN:ESDAY, and FRIDAY, at 11 o'clock. UNBROKEN STOCK sold at the Camperdown Sale Yards. IMPORITERS of English Carriages, Saddlery, and Harness. AMERICAN CARRIAGES, luggies, Express VWaggons of all descriptions, with Sharnss, &C., olways on hand. Also. solo aents i tho Australian colonies for the sale of Thorley's celebrated Cattle Food Condiment. THORLEY'S FOOD FOR CATTLE, For horses it is indispensable in promoting and sus taing all the animal functions in health and vignour tor milch cows it is invaluable, increasing the quan tio and improving tho qualiy of the milk. For boasst nothing can compart with it for feeding qauikly. For sheep and pigs, the eCfects produced in one month will exceeId all expectantion. It converts the commonest of h...

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PLEURO-PNEUMONIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 4 June 1864

PLEURO-PNEUMONIA. (From the Yeoeian.) THE following remarks from, the North British Agriculturist will be found valuable as describing the first indications of this dis There can be little doubt that pleuro pneoumonia almost always occurs spontane-. ously. Whatever tends to depress the vital powers appears to predispose-the cattle to the complaint. Exposure to cold.and wet, sudden changes of temperature, breathing a tainted atmosphere, and especially exposure to draughts of cold air, food which is innu tritious, arising principally from its indigest ibleness, are also causes. When an animal of a herd is affected, study to ascertain the causes, or probable causes, of the appear anco of the disease. Remove the causes; at the same time separate the affected animal from the rest. It may be advisable to allow the whole animals of the herd access to salt, and if two or three ounces of saltpetre are given once or twice a week, the tendency to the diseaso will be lessened; an occasional dos...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 4 June 1864

Wanted, A MAN that can milk, and otherwise make him self generally useful. Apply to A. KING IORNE, Maxton. 965 Wanted, A BAN SERVANT, accustomed to horses, and who will make himself generally useful. Apply to hm. c. H. W ALsH,, 1029 Bourke street. Wanted, A SMART ACTIVE GIRTL, to make herself generally useful, at J. CARROL'S Boarding house, Auburn-street. 1032 Two Pounds or Five Pounds Reward. iTOLEN or strayed from Pudman Creek, on the S 23rd instant. A SMALL BAY GELDING with black points, two small white spots under the saddle, hoofs rather long and shod; when lost, hobbled, clothed, and carrying a bell-has the appear anee of a stabled horse, brands illegible. Two pounds reward will he paid on the delivery of the horse to Mr. TItOS. COLLS, Commercial Hotel, Yass; Mr. TURNER, the Grange, Pudman Creek; or to the undersigned, if strayed; and if stolen five pounds reward on the conviction of the thief or thieves. 1017 (Signed) J. ARMSTRONG, JuN. Notice and Caution. W IIEREAS my wife, ...

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CHEAP RAILWAYS FOR AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 4 June 1864

CHEAP RAILWAYS FORAEUSTRALIA. (From the Ycomano. THE Sandhurst and Ingle~ood Tramway Bill, at present before the Victorian parlia ment, involves a much lariger question than the interests of the locality'immediately un der consideration, important as they may be. Cheap communications and 6cheap transport are .the vital, conditions of a new "country. We see this, but see it as.in a glass darkly; or at any rate, if our vision is clear we go rather blindly to work to realize its results. It is not for want of trying. Vidtoria has spent over seven millions upon 250 miles of rail: Queensland, New Zealand, and South Australia, are marking the year 1864 by a rush of railway 'eitorprise. Before it hias come to an end, somewhere about 200 miles of new lines in these three colonies will ?e ithe process of construction-not an over whelming result certainly, but a great deal for countries which a dozen years ago were, little but bush. It is the general change in the character of the constructio...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 4 June 1864

VUNERAL. I THE friends of Mn. WILTIAM TAYLOR are . respectfully invited to ttlend the funeral of his youngest dauchter, SARATI ANN, to-morrow after noon (Sabbath) at three o'clock. The procession will move from his residence Auburn-street. 1036 . ROBT. CRAIG, Undertaker.

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FLOWER GARDENING. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 4 June 1864

FLownr GARnnDENIne.-To grow fii .flowers, i every two or three years the plant in.the flower-garden should be taken upu reduced in size, and the beds or border trenched, .adding enriching compost, c manure completely rotted. If instead trencling, the old earth was entirely N moved, and replaced by good loam from .dry upland pasture, the improvement we0 be still greater. Bulbous-rooted plants all sorts differ from others in requiring, ini highly cultivated state, to be frequenth taken up and re-planted. Fibrous-ro0 plgnts, which grow much at the root, regqi this occasionally; but almost all bulbs l quently. This is an established rule, ad ,has been long and successfully practiRl The reasons are, that, in deeply-pulverio ground, most sorts, but especially the which form their now bulbs beside the otheat become cirowded, small, and throw aup ferior blooms. The time for keeping buit out of the ground depends on several circt stances-as the time of flowering, Ac.:; month will in general ...

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GOULBURN WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 4 June 1864

uOULtURN+ WIIOLESALIE PRICES CIIRRt'dT, Whteat, B. to os. 34 hushel; market fluotuatlng. Flour ,tne. £26 ton ; ."rond. £25 Pollanrd. . 4d. 4 bushel ; or Is. by the half ton. Bran, s. 4i . d hushel; or is. by the half ton. Areed, 0741 36 2-tb. loaf. Mai=e, Jr. 3d. to t. rer bnheel. intrlr. English, 3s. 0d. to 4r. " buhuel; Cape, 2s. 0d, eats, 29. 0d. to 3e. Cd. lbushel. l?ce, £3 10s, to £4 It ton. natter, fresh, l. to ad. '3 lb.; Salt, Od. brhrse, 4d. 36 lb. Baon. 3d. to Id. 3. lb. i36g,, Is. 3l. to s. Gd. 3 dozen. Potatoue.. a.3. 6ewt. otoint, 10s. to 120.1 cwt. FP' Ctttle, prime, frome £3 S0s. to £4 ;'medlum,£2 ts. to £3. Shep,, Ils. to 1S0. }3 head. Piogs 3d. to 4ld. lb. Biee (retail), 3d. to 4d. 36 lb. tutton (retaIl), 4d. 1, lb. Tallow,, £50 to £34 4 ton. Ulde,, Is. to te. ealch. lheeptkins. fid.; rwashed 74. 44 •B. rrooln e 14 ton-Sydney to Ooulburn, £4; Ooelburn to Syd ney, £3 to l 10s.;: Ooulborn to Lambng Flat,£4 fi; noal burn to Aelelul, £6: (toulura to Tumut, Li; Ooulburn ...

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MISCHIEF-MAKERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 4 June 1864

IITSOIIIEF-MAKERIS. 0 ! commn there in this world be found Some little spot of happy ground, Whore villago plnnsuroes might go round Withlout the vilingo tattling I ITow doubly blest that place would bo, Whero nll mitoght dwell in liberty, Frco from freo hitter misery, Of gossips' endless prattling. If such a spot wero really known, Dame Peace might. claim it nas her own ! And in it she might fix her throne, For ever and for over ; There, like a queen, might reign and live, Whilo oeveryone would soon forgive Tho little slights he might receive, And he offended never. 'Tis mischief-maklers that remove, Far from our hearts the warmth of love, And lead us all to disapprovo What gives another pleasure: They ecorn to take one's part-but when They've heard our cores, unkindly then They soon retain them all again, *Mix'd with their poisonous menauro. And then they've unch a cunning way, Of tolling ill-meant tales: they say, " Don't mention what I've said, I pray, I would not tell another "...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 4 June 1864

A USTRAI.ASIAN FREEMASONS' HALL HOTEL, 191, York-street, Sydney: ALFRED "DIRwADFORD, proprietor. LtFIRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATION for gentle ien. Private families will at this hotel find the com forts of a homeo. 1712 Produce Stores. ESSRS. DURHAM and IRWIN are prepared :'J to receive wool, shcepshins, tallow, hides, &c., for kale by auction or privately, at their Produce 'Storcs, Circular Quay, Sydney. '"'I iheral advances maidle on wool, sheepskhins, tallow, bitd liiles consigned to them for salo or shipment. ,,:, Circular Quay, Sydney. 116 TO SIMO3LERS. ARRETT'S TWIST, genuine. sound, and war roanted. Best American IiONEYDEW, Gs. e"par lb. PIPES, in meerschaum, wood, clay, &c., :from 3d. to £1 each. - _311 At M. DE BARR'S. SCOTT, WTILLIAMS, c CO. (LATE CHAAnLCS SCOTT AND CO) 899, GEORGE-STREET, SYDNEY, OPPOSITE TIIE IROYAL HOTEL, HWOLESALE AND RETAIL IRON MONGERS, Importers of Saddlery, &oc, &c. 411 IDIXSON'S TWIST NJEGROHEAD. YImHE demand for the above...

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PRESERVATION OF WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 4 June 1864

PRESERVATION OF. WHEAT. (From the Mark Lane Epress.) Sours interesting oxperiments hiave boon made at Paris on the preservation of wheat in a vacuum, with an apparatus invented .by Dr. Louvel. Weevills weore completely killed at the end of thirteen days, in an imperfect vacuum-that is, a cacuum in which the pressure of the interior gas, measured by a manometrical tube, was still eight centi metres, the average pressure of the air being seventy-six centimetres. In sulh. a vacuum grain is preserved perfoctly well, is cleared of destructive insects, and oven improves by drying, if it had 'a little too much humidity before. But the question: arises, can the vacuum be obtained with apparatus on a large scale ? tM. Louvel has demonstrated that it can. Of all parasites of whoeat, the weevil is the most vivacious, and it resists for a long time the deprivation of respirablo air; it is to the weevil that Dr. Louvel has then especially directed his attention. "As soon as the air pump was put ...

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NIMBLE DICK'S YARNS ABOUT THE BLACKS.—No. II. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 4 June 1864

NIMBLE DICK'S YARNS ABOUT THE BLACKS.-No. II. (From the R rcrino erald.) I Was a good big follow, said Dick, when I first saw a white man. IMy whiskers were beginning to grow. But, my word, I was frightened ; I ran away, and so did all our people. We didn't stop, either, for a good while. We all said it was a devil. My ,ilood was cold for many days. ?My brother was little. He could not speak. The fright made him dumb; and lh never did speak, though lie lived till he had a long board. Our tribe was very largo then. We could not remain long in one place, there was not room for ais, and not enough to oat. So, after some days, we had to shift. Wo kept as far away as we could from the place ihoro we had soon the white man. Bnut one day I was hunting with two or three other young maln, when we saw a worse sight than the other, that made us a great deal more afraid. We could not think what it could be. It appronched us through the bush, and we sprung up into the trees, and hid ourselves as...

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COMMERCIAL. GOULBURN, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 4 June 1864

COlMM.AER AL. GOULBURtt, Friday evening. -WHAT AND Fooun.-At Conolly's MIlll:--lFine flour, £26 per tan: seconds, £25; if leOr than half-Lon, Is. per 100 lb. xtra. PThe fluctuations in tile markot prevent my qtoting rates for whealt. Blran and pollard, In quantilties l ohalf-a-ton Is. pr bushel ; less quantltls?, ls. 4d. At Elunuel's MIIII:--Flo. Ilonur, £20 per ton; seconds, £2.5; if less than half ton,ls, per 100 lb. extra. In conse quunre of tile unsettled state of the flonr market no are un able to tnuoto pricesr fr wheat IBran and pollard, in quantities of half-a-ton, Is. per lushel ; les, Is. 4d. Aucroxeanas' Itsranrs.--fessrs. l. Dlgnam and Co. report: Fat cattle.-We hanve no sales to report. 'loThe manrkct is mode roaely spplied, and prices are unaltered. Store cattle.--Wo havlnre sold a lot of ixed cattle from llungonla, 80 to 100 head deliverable at our yards, at l1s. per head, and bl're placed onother lot undr offer. We ould place 500 head of an similar description, bat a...

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