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NIMBLE DICK'S YARNS ABOUT THE BLACKS.—No. III. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 11 June 1864
NIMBLE'])ICK'S YARNS A?OUT TIHE BLACKS.-No. Ill. - (Crom Ioe Rircrine Hllerald.) Troor,heaMBc, and I got to be shepherds, and we prided ourselves very much on hdolping the sheeoop in good condition. But one day a wild dlog got among Toolambol's flock, and killed a good many, and scattered the rest all over the country. VlWhen we went to the station first, thloro were two masters, gnd they wore always very good to us. Bat they went away, and left tIhe overseer thloro to he mastor. He was a very sulky man, nnd often swore at us, and would not give the old people and tIhe women and tlhe piclkannisies anythings to eat, as thle masters used to do. We said nothing about thlis, hnd macny of the people went away and lived in tihe old places. Thousands of sleoopcamo up theoro, and they soon drove awacy the hangaroo and omus. So we found tlhe timnes were niot so good for us as they wore before thie white men camo. This mndo the old men sulky, and they griumbled a good doal, anid I believe thl...
COMMERCIAL. GOULBURN, Friday evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 11 June 1864
COAMIE'R CIA L. O OUL 2tUN , Fridny etenlng. Wtt lt'O FlORn.--At Conolly's tlllt--Flia fodr, £6[ pot ton: sreonds, £20;. ti ltos ttnn hof-too, Is. per 100 Ib.| notra. roloard, and bran, Is. dd. rOtall, nod Is. per bolshelo wholesale. Market still unsettled. Wheat, ts. to 9, per oushtel--the latter prtce for test somples. At Einrtuel's ttll:--Fln floura, £26 per ton; seronds, £25; if let than hotf tool, potr 1001b. extro. In o nse quente r'of the unsettled stoto oftho toor markot wo are un tblo toqeott prtets forowheot. Bran and pollard,tn quantities of" hltf-o-ton ts. per bushelt; less, is. 4d. Aavrlo.lrtma' IOporat:--Oessrs. 1'. Digntm and Cot roporL- Ft Cattto.-Small droft'of prmto will meet a fat, mnarket, but ny extra suppty wtlletase nolmmedlnttglut. On Wednes day sold a mob, consiating almost entirely of light cowt at £2 to £2d4. per heodL We quoto primo at ftrm £J to £4. Store Cttlte.We hoaoe seretat enqutries fot store taotl, hut buyarst at girtng us very tow limti. Weo hove...
(From the Maitland Mercury.) [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 11 June 1864
(Fromn the Matllsnd Marcury.) Again an unexpected and extensive flood has visited the productive valley of the Hunter, and has spread its desolating influences over a large area of cultivated land-driving industrious settlers and their families from their homeatends, destroying young and growing crops, and making the land so soddon as to render it unfit for the plough until tho season will be so fiar advanced that towing would ha only wasto of seed. After the subsidence of the late flood and the few freshes that followved closely on it, the general expression and hope was that years might elapse before tlhe district would be devastated by a similar visitation. The weather throughout the month of May was exceedingly good-its firm noss being interrupted only by one day's rain. To wards the end of the month thle nights wore very cold, and rather frosty, and we have heard that the mountains just beyond Singloton were covered with snow last week. On Wednesday night the sky pro sented a c...
SYDNEY SUMMARY. THURSDAY afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 11 June 1864
S. BYDNEY. BUMMARY. Tculisnyr afternoon. IN tho abuoh oof nmy fresh and peculiarly exciting topic, I may as well tell you the latest political ihtolligonce, warning you that, as ministers hlave cliangeod their minds so oftel on every subject, and .differ. ;ory much amongst themselves, that which is ,now litaod to be true may niot be so by the time parliament ehull meet; and warning you also that though my information comes from a soureo whichl rigard as quiteo-reliable, still I would place the facts before your readers more as the gorsip of the clubs than no' nformation'to which I would pin' mcy cha racter for.being well informed. SNono.of the present ministry are likely to retiro, and the. absurd reports of coalitions with Cowper and Rohertson have not tlhe slightest foundation. In deed both parties emphatically deny that they ever entertuined any ideas of tihe kind. The minis try will endoeavour to carry a imeasure for.oxtonding municipal institutions throughout the country on a v...
LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. GOULBURN DISTRICT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 11 June 1864
LOCAlL AJVD P'IOVINOJAL. GOULBUltN DISTRICT COURT. Tits court wos opened on last Wodnesdny morning, at 10 al.m., by his Honor Judge 2laymott. John Whito v. . Dixon.-This wans an motor pleader case to determino the ownorship of goods ecized by defendant. JIr. Walsh appcared for tho claimant and tr. Gannon for defendant. By con otot thoe nc~action nod soienre sooro admoitted, and alan that thin g~ooda belonged to claimant. A verdict was accordingly given for claimant, with costs of suit-goods to:bo restored Musgravo v. Potter.- Goods delivered and work done, £13 GO. No appoarancOO of defendant. 'Verdict for plaintif; with £2 156. costs, Attorney for plaintiff, Mr. Walst.i lMusgavo v. Aeorn.-£8 10s. Gd., goods delivered and work.dono. Verdit' forplaintiff by consent. Attorney for plinitiff, Mr Wanlsh. 'Moogravo ·v. Davoren .- £.1 1.7~., for goods dblivotr d snd work done.: Verdict for plnintiff, with £3 14s. 6d. coats:" Attorney for plaintiff, MBr. V, ralsh. ' '.~ ` . . . :;. Clarkieo ...
FLOOD ON THE HUNTER AND AT NEWCASTLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 11 June 1864
FLOOD ON THIE HUNTER AND AT NEWCASTLE. (From thOe Ne'wcoatle Trlegralh.) NE.c.Rtwithin the memory of the oldest inhabitant of Newcastle has such a scene presented itselfas was witnessed on Friday morning, 3rd June. Thursday wts nahered in with a murky and suspicious appear once from the southward and eastward, but still with nosuch indicatioe ase to enable the most weather wise to predicato the terrific storm that onsued before the night of Thursday ivwas past. About sundown the wind rose to a gale, and the rain came pattering down with'incessant and unpitying fierceness, and continued througlhoit the entire ntight without intermission. At daylight on Friday morning the scene that presented itself in all the lower parts of the city was amazing, and such as had never been witnessed before. From tihe hills that sklirt thie south'sido of the city the waters wore rolling down in torrents.into the valley below, in much greater 'volume than the outlets provided could taltko away. It was h...
LOWER MURRUMBIDGEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 11 June 1864
LOWER I URRUMIIDGOEE. (From our correpondentl.) SnAnre frosty morningos and beloautifully bright clear laya, will doescribe tho weather we are now enjoying. I sometimes doubt whether any climate In the world can b eqoual to that which is experienced in Australia on a fino JTuno day. Certainly nothing can surpass it. In my last I mentioned the abund ance of mocquitoes; strange to say the frosts (and nomo of them have been sharp onough) have not antiroly destroyed them. Their number Is consider ablY thinned, but in the back country they are stil found in mceieint swarms to become a consider able annoyance and a severe test to the patienco of ordinary mortals. Groass is abundant; or if there ho localities whero that in part fiuls, there is plenty of salt.bush, which eupplies its place. Stockl are fat andl thriving. IVo are now in thu midst of lambing, and the season is in overyrespect favourablo. From iall quarters I heoar good accounin. The per-contago soomn always to exceed 90, and i...
LATEST FROM EUROPE AND AMERICA. ARRIVAL OF THE MAIL STEAMER. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 11 June 1864
LATEST FROM EUROPE AND , AMERICA. . ARRIVAL OF THE -MAIL STEAMER.;:: TIrE mail fromD Europe having arrived at Adelaido :punctually to time the following was received early yesterday morningi, anid was issued to our town . libscribers at l'iy. light: . . rpE. EEi? TR?IO TELSOnAru . -L The A. 8. N' Company's branch steamer Aldxaipdra arrived-at Adelaide at 4.30, bringing the South Australiansbrtiish of the European mails, per the *P. and 0r Con pany's stdimer: Bombay, which, it will be seen, has aifived pdinctual tb her timo.'. The Bombay. arrived at King George's Sound on the 5th instapt. ' The following are the most' import.ant items of news: Her Majesty the. uoen again appears in public. SThe'Dulki' ,fNewcastlo's health is bette. SMr. Stansfiqld: hs9s ietired from his seat at the Board of Admiralty, and is succeeded by Mr. Childers, formerly of Victoria. Sir 1. Mc Donnell, formerly Governor of South Australia, is appointed Governor of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and Prince Edward's...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 11 June 1864
M1AN??ND lin mahde some progress since the celebrated M;lr; M?dthus alarmed the public of Great Britain by the promulgation of hIis doctring tlhat population tended to increase in aiobmetoical ?atio, whiloe 'Itle.:prudtiorn of fsod ibndecd to increase only in an arith motical ratio; and that the consequence df an clchelkd increase of the foneir,, witli the Iutmoist i posiblo increase of the lat'toi~, would be thait, at no distant-date, the unim= ber of hunmaian beings to be sustained would greatly exceed tho!;supply of food possible to be raised. This-was at the close of the last centllury and ~inco that period popula tion--particularly population of the Anglo Saxon race, to wlhich,this speculation had especial referenco--has gone on increasing writh great rapidity, none of those special checlks wyhich Mr. Malthus adlvocated.having booeen dlopted' et Weo do not find tliat w of the present day are any nearer the pros pect. of starvation than our- fathers were.at thlattimne. On the co...
TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE SYDNEY, Friday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 11 June 1864
TELEGlRAFPIC 1NTELLlG ,C, [noao oun COOOOSrONDENTO.] SYDNEY, Friday night. Tit. case of lIoldsworth v. the Queen, arising outof the contract for the construction of the MIoruya breakwater, has torminated in a verdict for tho plaintif--damaces £301. Tho Governor means to attend the salo of the alpacas at Wingello on the 23rd, and will probably visit Goulburn. Cust and B;iu havo boon committed for trial for forgery. lMr. IIumphries is permanently appointed an oflicial-assigneu of the insolvent court. Raining heavily.
AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 11 June 1864
AMERICA. In America several engagements have taken place, the Confederates being generally successful. Gold had reached as high as 189, after wards declining to 176G. Peace was spoken in favor of by several members of the House of Representatives on the basis of the recognition of the Southern Confederacy, and there had been a dis turbanco in the House in conseqluenco ofa majority of votes against peace.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 11 June 1864
Wanted, ATEN OR WHEATEN HAY. C. E. DRANSFIELD, Jembaieumbeno Flour Mills, 1070 Near Braidwood. Wanted. A FEMALE SERVANT. Apply MaR. SRnICHARDSON. Emu Ie., Goulburn. 1086 Wanted, AN ACTIVE YOUNG MAN as PORTER, References required. o101 S. EMANUEL AND SON. Wanted, A MAN that can milk, nd otherwiseo make him. self generally useful. Apply to A. KING HORNE, Maxton. 965 00 O?0 TO LEND in sums from £10 to £25 £5o00, upon depositof deeds,and approved bills discounted without delay. JOSEPH COLLINS, Argyle Loan and Discount Office, 819 Montague-street, Apple Trees! I Apple Trees!! D? KADWELL has a largeo number of PRIME SSORTS. Price by 100, Is. 6d. each; by 50, is. 9d. each; small numbers 2s. each. Warranted no blight. D. KADWELL., 930 Market Gardener, Kent Villa, Goulburn. Notice. 1I HAVE now in my possession n lhargo black and white BOAR, he having come to my placo about three weeks since. The owner can have him by paying all expenses. If not claimed within twenty-one days I obshall keep h...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 11 June 1864
BIRTIH. &nbsp; ON the 9th June, Mrs. JAMES SIMONS, of a son. MARRIED, &nbsp; BY special license, at St. Saviour's cathedral, by the &nbsp; Lord Bishop of Goulburn, assisted by the Rev. P. Lamb, Mr. WILLIAM MARSH, widower, of &nbsp; Jerrara Creek, to Mrs. EMMA HINTON, of the city of Goulburn. &nbsp; By special license, HENRY FUNNELL, of Goulburn, to Miss. HARRIET MARSH, second eldest daugh- ter of Mr. W. MARSH. Herald and Chronicle. &nbsp; &nbsp; SATURDAY, JUNE 11, 1864.
TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE SYDNEY, Tuesday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 15 June 1864
7TELEGIAPHIC INTELLIGENCE [FetOsS OUR COIRLtRSPONDENTS.] SYDNEY, Tuesday night. PAneIAIBNT has been further prorogued to the 2nd August. The Supreme Court have sustained the conviction of Chesher, found guilty at the Bathurst assizes of receiving money stolen by bushrangers. Wo continue to receive most disastrous accounts of the floods. The HIunter is still rising. Great numbers of people are flooded out, and great dis tress prevails. A man has been drowned at 3[ount's mill. Two vessels have been wrecked at Wollongong. Mr. Jones, treasurer of the Victoria Theatre, habs committed suicide. BRAIDWOOD, Tuesday night. TEn floods have proved most disastrous. All the diggings are flooded: The damage to the claims at Araluon hlas, boeen very great; two lives have beeoon lost there, and seovral narrow escapes are reported to have occurred. On the Clyde and Araluen roads the bridges are all broklen and impassableo. The right, title, and interest of the late proprietor of the Observer in that ...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 15 June 1864
Tris day week our readers wero invited to turn their attention to a few considerations drawn forthl by the recent floods which have occurred in the northorn districts. Thero could theon have been little expecta tion that we should, within thlreo days, have lihad a flood in our own locality as high as tn of rwhich we hlave record, and less dis astrous than the northern floods only be huse the nature of the country is such as to proevent tihe waters spreading over so grcat an extent of land. 'hle details of this calamity will be found reported in our local columns as fully as the want of conimunication with the surround ing districts will permit. We must here again call attention to wlit must be acknowledged to be the prin cipal cause of the frequency and great ex tent of these floods, and also of droughts we refer to the rapid clearing of the lands from timber. A week's fine ihot weather, and the soil of our farms is now more dricd up than was formerly the case after a drought of a m...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 15 June 1864
nl&ttO-ttt~n to 1 t llrhe foioe 2to ,ohirr tclr ttooppiuknt doclpnr n~ oot eoofeotoho to~a jcoyr leol ttoohid, toitt rlognl to ,,ohe oeotilory er roctlion, ,,0E,,tUt orntt lotte tchtchr roqntron r-c-rtnro~ll to he dcstrrc,t om~ntntcontto0 ongtr~ to reachr c· hi, coon onr the Mn~ondnld ond Thnrartoth pr·ccdtjlG pnhttootton.-tto' mot llin orrtoU One befllnrnthc'O. 7O~h the ,orttor'o eon,,, tnot nddrecI-nfl~tor pohttcatton,, Mtl a n guarntee of 000dfudth.
BRAIN SPECTRES [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 15 June 1864
BRAIN SPECTRE~S Tscbrain' malkes ghosts both sleeping and waking.. A man was lying in troubled sleep when a phantom, with the cold hand of a corpse, seized his right arm. Awaking in horror, hlie found upon his arm still the im pression of the cold hand of the corpse, and it was only after reflecting that he found the terrible apparition to be due to the deaden. ing of his own left hand in a frosty night, wlich lihad subseqluently grasped his right arm. This was a real ghost of the brain, which, the awkening of the senses and the understanding explained. M. Gratiolet narrates a dream. of his own whiclh is sin gularly illustrative of how the brain niakes gliosts in sloeep. Manry years ago, when co cupied in studying the organisation. of the brain, he prepared a great number both of human and animal brains. He carefully stripped off the membranes, and placed the briaen in alcohol. Such weroe his daily oc cupaitions, when one night he thought that he hatd taken out his own brains from h...
AMERICA. NEW YORK, April 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 15 June 1864
AMIERICA. NEW YORK, April 14. Continuous rains havo delayed military operations in Virginia. Geoneral Meado is making active prepara tions for forward movements.. The Foderals intend making a three-fold advance upon Riclhmond-viz.,. by Moado, across tile R?pidan, by the army of the iPotomnc; by Smith, up the peninsula, whore McLellan failed two years ago; and by Burnsido, via Goldsburgh, North Caro iina; each army to be strong enough to cope with General Leoo singly. It is said Leo intends advancing into Pennsylvania, Ken tucky, and Ohio, thus forcing Grant to fol ow him or to abandon those states to his invading army. The safety of Richmond is considered seccure, owing to its defences in garrison. Several engagements had occurred, in which the Confederates have boon always successful. Great excitement prevailed in the Federal mnoney market under symptoms of a currency panic. In tile Houso of Representatives on Fri day, Mr. Long, of Ohio, spoke in favour of peace, advocating the imm...