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SYDNEY SUMMARY. MONDAY afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 8 June 1864

SYDNEY SU1MMARY. Motsu.Y afternoon. Ton loss of the ill-fated All Sereno has formed the principal topic of conversation during the last few days; and both tile daily papers have had leading airticles on the subject. It would seem that there is indeed'much blame to be attached to those who senot the ship to sea oncumbered with a heavy deck cargo; and that the captain ought certainly:to lh?av refltsed to proceed with it. You 'ill fled full uccounts of thu calamity in tile daily papeors. 'I'etto Bank of N?uw tiouth WeVsal soL being satisficd with the verdict in their recent action against Nsash lire about to move for a rule nisi for nsow trial; 'Perhaps they will buccued with this motion; but it seems ecarcely possible that they'canu withl the now trial, if granted. It is strange that in Now South Wolos, io case in which the amount involved is considerable is over settled by the first trial. 'Th governmont iare auboUtit to abolishl the oflice of chief gold coimnissieonor for the soohth...

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TO SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 8 June 1864

TO 8U13SCIZnl11W. In obder t. ,an,' jIoampng ,r i,UrnI to odopt atn pnhfr8chr (j thea eereljtt of re,oiftooeo in Chicr cotuton inttcod of by frorrn f nalrn Tm Mlr. 0. 11. flmrnoke, ino, for rot. Iroionr, £4 I0n

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 8 June 1864

STURAL ASIAN FREEMASONS' HIALL IIOTEL, 11, iYork-street, Sydney: ALFRED BIIADFf)RI), proprietor. FIRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATION for gentle men. Private familice will at this hotel find the rem forts of a home. 1712 Produce Stores. MEssRs. DURHiAM and IRWIN are prepared for sale by auction or privately, at their Produce SYJto ecerne n<ol voolsn, sheepa~hina., tallo, .Stores, Circular Qouy, Sydney. Liberal advances made on wool, sheepskins, tallow, and hides consigned to them for sale or shipment. Circular Quay, Sydney. 11 TO slWOERS. ATnRETT'S TWIST, genuine. sound, and war r?ated. Buecst Amerin IIONEYDEW, Gs. per lb. Ptl'ES in meerschaum, wood, clay, &c., from 3d. to £1 cacls. 3.211 t AM. DE BARR'S. DIXSON'S TWIST EG1rROHE~AD. HE demod for itheo above celebrated tobacco hI oving hithierto been no great that the manou facturer could not supply above Islf of the applica .tion, rlereby many, beiog unable to procure it, -were compelled to sabstiauto inferior nod trashy .to...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 8 June 1864

Trix recurrence of another flood in the Maitland districts may not inappropriatoly load us once more to consider to what causes thile greater frequency now than formerly of tlhoso visitations is to be ascribed. It has before been pointed out that tire scars of Europo have arrived at the con clusion that the frcquoney and oxtont of floods, and in some degree of droughts also, depoend on the absence or presence of trees. WVhon those terrible inundations which a few years ago devastated whole provinces of Franco ihad subsided, a commission was ap pointed by the Emperor to inquiro whether anything could be done to prevent their re turn; and this commission-consisting of the men besoat qualified to judge-arrived at the conclusion referred to; and they gave suhel reasons as can scarcely fail to bring conviction to those who road their report. Elxporionce, since gathered, tends minore and more to show that that commission had ar rived at a right conclusion. In fact, if any one of our reade...

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CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 8 June 1864

OAlIUVDAU. :WtPI)I~DA~Y ......I Juno 7 4 4 fJ 421 IPI U D AY........ .. 10 7O 0 4 96± 9 WLDNIZSDAY, JUNE 8, 180~1.

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HOW CATTLE EXERT THEIR WHOLE STRENGTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 11 June 1864

How CATTLRe EXERT THEIR WHOLE STRnxoTr.--Tho economy of the ox-teamis recognised whore heavy, steady work is tobh done, where rapidity gives place to vigorous hauling and patience in toiling through sloughs or over rough and rocky ground. The strength of the ox is so great, that we are in the habit of under-estimating it; and tihough we often over-tax his endurance, and cruelly try his patience, we rarely, if ever, allow him to exorcise his full power. He who has not seen thie rival lords of neigh bouring herds meet and dispute the right to favourite pasture grounds (a sight rarely seen in the older parts of the country), has lost one of the most magnificent exhibitions of power, activity, and well-wielded strength, steadiness, perseverance and nerve, that can be witnessed. There is sometlhig reallJ terrible in tie way they hurl their peonderous bodies against eachl other, in thie clash of their horns, and in the solid thud caused by the meeting of their foreheads. With locked horns...

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ELEANOR'S VICTORY. CHAPTER XXIII. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 11 June 1864

SELEANOR'S VICTORY.. !?T THE AUTHOln OF LADY AUDLETY'S sERET, ?O. CHAI'TrR XXIIt. LAUNOCLOT DAHIREL.L hand not sailed for Cal cutta in the Princess Alice. This point once ostablished, it was utterly vain for Richard Thornton to argue ngainst that indomitable belief thnt had taken possession of Eleanor Vanno' mind, respecting the identity between the man who lhad won her fithcr's money at 6cari6, antd Mrs. Darrell's only son. ' " I tell you, Riclhard," she said, when the scene-painter'argued with her, " that nothing bilt proof positive of Launcelot Darrell's ab senco in India at the date of my' father's death would have dispossessed me of the idea that flashed upon me on the day I left Berk shire. He was not in India at that time. He deceived his mother and his friends. lie remained in Europe; and led, no doubt, an idle, dissipated life. He must have lived by lis wits, for he had no money from his mother-no one to help him-no profession to support him. What is more likely than that h...

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JAVA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 11 June 1864

JAvA.--Wo havoadvices to the 14lth of April from 'Batavia; The Java Times of that dato .supplies us with the following precis .of niews:--Rogulations have been enacted by government for the Committeeos at Batavia, Samiarang, and Sourabayan, for the' support of indigdut Chlristians. A resolution had also boon passeod annul liug. the tariff' of postcigeso in Notlherlands India on letters and periodicals going bytltho English mail to Europe, or arriving by the samo, and not included in the Neotherlands mailbags. Bantam.-Soveral bouws ofrico fields in the district of Lebak have been totally destroyed by the late inundation. Samarang.-Thero havo boon serious inun dations. The frequoncy of these disasters, creates much uneasinoss. Atraction engino arrived on the 28th ultimo at Kali Alang, labout'soevenritoeen miles from this placo. It was to take in a load of coffee tllero and re .trimn with it to Samarang, which undortak ing ..has since been satisfactorily effectod. With the' works of th...

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MR. RANSOME ON STEAM PLOUGHING. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 11 June 1864

IR. RIABNSOMIE ON STEAM PLOUGHING. TnE monthly discussion meeooting of the PFramlinghanm Farmer's Club was held on Monday, 18th Juno, at tho Crown Hotel. In general terms, the question to be con sidered was understood to be "Steam Ploughing." Mr: R. C. Ransome being called upon said: Mr. President and Gentlemen. The advantages of a doeep and thorough cultiva tion of tIhe soil, judiciously carried out, have, from the earliest periods, been exem plified in tile increased fertility of land under garden culture, as compared with similar land less carefully cultivated. But iwhilst the advantages of spade husbandry are everywhere admitted, it cannot be dis p?uted that, by the cost of labour, its appli cation on a broad scale is placed entirely out of the reach of the British farmer; for this reason, many have been the attempts of ingenious and persevering men to find a method of cxtendiing those advantages by ·substituting for tIe spade thie subsoil plough, t·ie trenching plough, and ever...

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NEW ZEALAND [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 11 June 1864

NEW ZEALAND By the Prince Alfred, which anrived at Sydney, we have news from Auocland to the lst instant. All1 hostilities are suspoended for theo pro osent, tile troops having gone into winter quarnters. Thero have beeoon no further hostilities at \Wanganui, nor are any immediately threat oening; and it would appear that the prompt measuros that were taken at tile first out burst, and thile decisive defeant the robols re ceived at the hands of tihe friendly natives, have had a most wholesome effect. Commodoro Sir William Wisoman will leave Auckland in a few days for Sydney by t?e Uuracoa. The Southern Cross of May 31st says: Theoro is just now: a lull in the war news from this province, but theoro is no symptom of peace. On the contrmay, the signs are in tihe opposite direction. The natives do not appear to consider themselves vanquished, and until they are made to fooeel that there is no ground to hope for success, peace will not be restored speedily. How this is to be done is jus...

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RUST IN WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 11 June 1864

IUST IN TWEAT. TIrE following paper on the rust in wheat was road at ameeting of the Dapto Debating Society on tho 20th March, 1858, by~r. W. Malbon, andl has beeoon handed to us for pub lication. It is illustrated by colored draw ings, which of course we aro,unable to ro co :It long been known that thob ig1t in. wheat is occasioned by the growth ofna minute parasitic fungus or mushroom on the -leaves, stems; and glumes of the living plant. Few agriculturists, I may say very few, have paid sufficient attention to these 'discoveries for their fellow-labourers in the field of nature; on this account I have deemed it expedient' to offer a few remarks for your consideration, and I trust the ex planation, although from so humble an in dividual, will draw forth remarks that will throw. a 'clearer light on the subject, and will 'enable us to form a correct idea of the facts intended to be represented, and a just opinion whether or not they are, as is pre sumed' to be 'theo case, correct an...

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WRECKS OF A STEAMER AND THREE SAILING VESSELS, WITH THE LOSS OF TEN LIVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 11 June 1864

TWRECKS OF A STEAMER AND THREE.n SAILING VESSELS, WITH THE LOSS OF TEN LIVES. (From the 8. 1. lIeald.) Tmi heavy gale which swept along our coast on the 2nd and 3rd instant has left a fearful record of its fatal effects. We are alreadyin possession of the particulars relating to the loss of four ships, but it is to be feared that thlis melancholy news is only the precursor of othler disasters. The gale settingin from the S W. would doubtless induce any vessel dreading its violence to take shelter in the various bays affording protection from the wind whein'in that quarter; but'unfortinately it euddenly veered to the eastward, bringing op a heavy sea, and exposing in most in stances any ships on the coast to its full violence. Thie most serious wreck, as regards loss of lifo, is that of the steamer Rainbow, Captain Potloy, belonging to the Clarence and 'Richmond. River Companj5. 'This steamer left the Clarence River bound for Sydney, with a full cargo; but after in vain endeavouring ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 11 June 1864

WELLINGTON HOUSE, 529, ~ICKiFIEL)-III~L, SYDNEY. 'C. KINGS-BOI,0UGH,I ' : Wholesale and Reotail Draper. A LAIRGE slock of secnsonable drapery and ready. ! maildoclotlling constantly on hand. Coantry storekeepcrs snpplied--lerms liberal. 334 S 'Coughs, Colds, Asthma. J OUNG'S BALSAMIC COUGHII PILL.S give immediate relief, alnd speedily cure the most obstinate cough. In boxes Is. and 2s.; per post, , Is.2d.h nd 2s. 4d. ' Rheumatism, Gout, Rheumatic Gout. Pr. BARKEI'S.PILLS are a sfeo and certain i cure for these complaints. In boxes, Is. and 2s.; per , post, Is. 2d. and 2s. 4d. Young's Vegetable Worm Powders Are safe and eflcacious and are confidently reconm mended by numerous families. Thrce in a packet, Is.; por post, Is. 2d. Prepared and sold by the pro prietor, IROBERT YOUNG, Family and Dispensing Chemist,' ,,e 750,O. 550, George-strect, Sydney. · AUSTItALIACN MUTUAL PROVIRDENT . 1 0KCooIETY. ·: Annul revenue, upwards of ... £80,00 0 0 SAdcumulated and invested funds, S upwards of...

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THE MASSACRE AT SOOCHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 11 June 1864

THE MASSACRE AT SOOOHOW. (From te Manchaester Examiner.) A COUTESPO.TDENT, writing from Shanghai on tho 20th December, gives an account of the fall of Soochow and the subsequent mas sacre of the inhabitants, wlich appears to be authentic. He says:--The rebels I d concentrated thcir whole strength to rep'lus Gordon's attack, on the eartlhvorks outsido the ehst gates of the city on tile 27tlh and 29th. of November, and their defeat apa to have completely disheartened thears Clung-wang called a council of the clhiefs and proposed to give up the cause as hope less, to evacuate Soochow and all tle p." maining cities held by the rebels in thile pro. vince of Kian-su, and to retire into that oel KIiang-se, where he hoped they would )i safe from foreign molestation. The ma'J ?,i of the council were inclined to agreoo ity him, but Mowang, the commander of Sou. chow, strenuously urged resistance to the last moment, expressing hlimself confident that he could continue to defend the city, altho...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 11 June 1864

Goulburn Mechanics' Institute. BE0 usual RERADINGS will take plaoe on T WEDNESDAY NEXT, the 15th instant. The chair to be taeon at half past seven o'clock. The members of the Philhnrmnonic Class have kindly gisen their services for the occasion. u Members, free, with the privilego of introducing two ladies; non.members, Is. each. CHAS. J. POOLE, o10o Hon. See, Church of England. T[InERE WILL BE DIVINE SERVICE a t iO.ONyG TUESDAY, 21st Juno, et 11 a.m. DINDA. WEI)NESDAY, 22nd June, at it n.m. CROOIWE LL, THUISDAY, 23rd Junse, at 11 n.m. 1092 RICIID. LEIGIH. Church of England. IfE Services of tomorrow (JUNE 12), in this city and neighbourbood, will be conducted as follows: llorel-10 m. the jail, by Rev. Ii. Leigh; 11 a.m.,St Saviour's, by thO Bishop; 1 n.m., Collector, hry tihe Roe. P. Lomb. Aftereoon--3.30 p.m., Tirranna, by the Bishop; 3.30 p.m., Ilippilaw, by the Rev. R. Leigh .30 p.m., Wollo"gornng, by the Rev. P. .armb; 5.20 p.m., Old Township, by fee. R. "Leigh. Eenin;--7 p.m., ...

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TO SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 11 June 1864

2'o ss~n' m3sp hII'ns in oardr Eo~moU vosogoarr c intcord to wiopt a panh rrhiobt i. olrcodoepor~roe Pp serarrl timsy papesr and ae rowledps gpirreeeiji oj·.rsioiltfaactl d this wlu 'oi~n:lOt erad of by later. , . ]lotjrncZO flbcriven from Mr 0. Iv'onry, forvoilvvlloov;, ll.lk; M~r. 10. P Dixon* Conhorro £ el-iahoovc willl ho pon/d a dirvOtvo PIr F ·A. Thom voo. Wiogp~ Woggo, £1 Pc. Id.; MIr.Jo0hn Edoowodt, Iritroit Volley 0nrkv, 2.

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GOULBURN WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 11 June 1864

GOULBUIRNI WIIOLEBALE PRC1008 CUILRE0NT. Wheat, Ss. to 9S. h, bushel; market uotuuating. Flour,fle, it bton ; eondl. 25 Pollarid, lis. 4d. bushl; or Is. by e hl l ton. onr, is. 4d. h bushel; or l10 by bthe bhl ton. nrea/t, C?/?d ? Z-l. loaf. ?nolrs, 41s. . to 5s. per boushel. le so. Engliob, 3s. l , to 4s. hI buohel; Capo, 2s. 3d. Oat., 20. hd. to is. 6,. , burleL Utde, ± 10s. to 4 c ton. urtrrr, lres,, Ol to IL 0 lb.; sal, Od. htLssc, 4d. 'I lb. lInoot, bd. to Od. I lb. Eii9o, 1s. 3di. tois. Id. h dossn. Pointors. 3s. lbrt. " Onlfol, l0s. to Is. h ossl. Pa1 C'lltIc, prloesS,o, Li its. to I 4 ;4 medlhmpi 2 .s £3. Sheop, Ils. to 15s. hebad. Pips, 2d. to 4d. h lb fr.e (retall), 3d. to 4d. lb. l1ttIpo (retoll), 4d. h .lb. Trillrs., Is to ts3 . too, llldtz~l 5s to 9& each. /irfopainr. 01, 'slsbhed 7d. I lb. Ct"trmgs h ton--sydusy to Uoulburn, £4; Goulburn to Syd ney, i3 to Li is.; Goulborn to Lsmblng Flt, £4: ooul. burn to Adelono, £0; U oulburn to Tuolut?o t ; Goulburo to lonod...

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MISTAKE, AS USUAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 11 June 1864

MISTAKE, AS USUAL. You proud little beauonty, you pnas on your way, Every man whom you meet quite entrancing With lltoso blazing brown eyes, no dellnntly gay, And filled with conlemnlluous glancirg. But, my dear, I can see through that hollow displny, And I know you are mnd r and unlhppy; That your heart in incessantly fretting away, And the Iroo of your blins isn't nappy. 'Tia in vain that you dinmplo those chooeks with a 'smilo, When, alna I we con see you nro wedded To a man who has nothing of manner or stylo, And is dismally dull and thickt-hoaded : Wlioo oeyes novor flaihod with the sparklo of wit, Or glowed with the glory of panssion; WVhoso thoughts, liko his slops, eoem never to fit, But are always at war with the fashion. All, Bella, how onion do I sigh for your fanto, And think of your secret despairing, As ITgno on tho lIedon-oyed face of your mnte, VWhen he takes you round town for your airing. .I dlclalro you don't look oa if properly fed, And youir dress is decidedly s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 11 June 1864

UST?ALASIAN FREEMASONS' IIALL AIIOTEL, 191, York.street, Sydney: ALFIIED E4~ RBIADFORD, proprietor. FIRS-CLASS A CCOIMO DATION for gentle men. Privato familics will at this hotel find the conm. felts of a homeo. 17121 Produce Stores;. ESSRS. DURIIAM andl IRWIN are prepared to receive wool, sheepshis, tallow. hides, &e., for tale hy action or privately, at their Produce Stores Cireolor Qoap, Sydney. l.ibcrl rlncu a ad n wool, sheepskins, tallow, and hides consigned to them for sala or shipmoent. Circular Quay,. Sydney. 110 TO SWIOKRlIlS. .BARRETT'S TWIST, geonuine. sotund, and war ran od. Bnest Americea IIONEYDEW, Gf. per lb. PIPES, in meerschalum, wood, clny, &., from 3d. to £1 each. At N. DE BARIR'S. 's'Ilt DIXSON'S TWIST N?5EGROHEAD. I mHE demand fr Itohe above celebrated tobacco having hitlerto been so groat that the manu footurer could not supply above half of the applica tions, whereby many, being unable to procure it, wore compelled to Rsubtiita inferior and tr...

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A VISIT TO THE GUNDAGAI GOLD-FIELD. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 11 June 1864

A VISIT TO TLE GUNDAGAI GOLD-FIELD. (Frosm the 'ass Cou,'rir.) As most of our readers are aware, the town slhip of Gundagai is situated on tilhe north and south sides of the 'Surraumbidgeo llivor, on the line of tho great southern road, and the fatal effect of the flood of 1852, when seventy lives were lost by the inundation, makos its name familiar to all colonists of a dozen years standing. It':is the princi|pal town in the county of Clarendon, is about sixty-five miles from' Yass; and contained by last census less thman five, hundred inhabi tants. The road between Yoss and Gundagai has been much ihproi'ed of lato years. Most' of the creeks have been bridged, and the passenger by the mail coach from Yass can travel with more comfort than it hlas ever previously been our lot to fall in with when journeying in public conveyances along roads in this colony. The coaches are conveniont, and may be covered in if wet weather rendeors it desirable; the horses are of the best description, ...

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