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To the Editor of the Herald and Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 27 July 1864

S. 'o the .dior' of the IIHerald ad Chrmoncle. . IRn, -I will not address my loietter to "PataorNoster," for reasons which tho meaning of the words suggests. eut as.a plain layman I want a word or two with himn. The grammatical structure of tho letter is so peculiar that ono cannot fail to observo, that some one whoso .usual habit, it. is to outrago Lindley Iurray, penned it: as no one could have done sueh violenco to rulo unless he had trained himself. to the eereise; .But it .might'have bion worse, and the vritor's meaning havo been u tterly incomprohonsiblo. Ihat. it is. not so 'is' owing' to hie intense feeling whieh oierrides both his syntax aid his logic; I ittriblite this to his education (for this world) and o his vanity cause, arid effect: the formdr having" been pedantic -hus produced han ignoramus, 'conso quently a bigot. It is not of so much consequence tho 'iutior's name msiytySar*oelmwiitmrd Sth. nemory of a grateful people), as .that there is a resil lent hmongst us, ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And Chronicle, The
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SYDNEY SUMMARY. MONDAY afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 27 July 1864

|MO'mAYr afternoon I sELIEVE I ws, the first to givoe any reliablo inform. otion respecting tho details .of.tho government icheom for establishing provincial conncils-or as it ;s hrroneously..termed,, extending. the munioipal ystni.m .,Theofollowing from tho.Herald's suonmya for Eolgland shows alater stage: at. which tie projent has:. arrived; . but further,,alterartions may be ex. pietdd :-It is said to bo proposed to divide thme colony into fiftoeen provinces; tho affairs of each pro. vinco to be maniaged by *a council, elected upon the nme fraichiso' as.that for tho.Assembly, tie voters iowevenor, to: pay ani annual"' foo of £1 .per annum by !way of rpgistratin, to go .into the provineial roveiinu. Ah;endowmrent from the geneoral revenue will boepropo'sedto be, handed over to.the several' provinces, .which will have power given to them (o tax'i rid t6b'brrow. One great advantage that would be derived from the operation of a measure of this' character would be-the relieving the ce...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And Chronicle, The
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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 27 July 1864

W 150i '0AD.1loo b- At Uoooliy'd"Thill:.Elio lour, £28 per ton;. seconds; £27; if lesse than half ton, is. pqr 100 lb. extra. Pollard Is. 8d. por, buPhlol retail; bran, ls. d. or bushlrotail. :W.heat, 8s. Gd. to es. 6d.,perbushol. ; : At Emanuol'e : ?Iill:--Fine flour !,S£28 per ton; scotodsi £27 ; if,less than half-ton, ls. per 1001 lb. extra. Whast, 8. Od,'to s. Gd. per bushel, accord ing to sample; bran and pollard, ls. d. per bushol., BR3AIDWOOD, Thursdlay 6 1i.m; S Toc ANie Pisadoisce ltss'dssrs.1-Mi. .G raig: re porta ~-Fat oattlo.-Th imnirkseit isclendred . o, iii (orior stock, and prime to arrive at once owould ~om-r maud rit advance of 10e.,per head on prices quoted last week. MIr. Smith's oattlo siillarimoe on T'lhurs day next if the flooded state of the.rivers has not deliinedithonia' day of tdo.:: 'I sold lr. 'Scott's oai Thirsday last i1st shi aroag~"of aboiit'£3 ; thldy wojo light hitin fair ionditiodi. "'Iplito.prid?me at £0 l0s. good second'slcas'uittlo,?£3 8s.;to £3...

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GUNDAROO. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 27 July 1864

GFUNDAROO. (From ourcerrrpsondtt.) (We have again had another verylnrgellood-indeod tho largest body. of water that has ever run down toe river went then. fid tho ri nriot boen to mcsuch washed away it mustthavo sproad over. a moch larger opaco of· gmood than it. did ot theo great ) Goadngai flood. IHotovor, Iatiio happy to sayI. have heard of nd liro boing loot, alihough it hos dooconaidorablo-domago in· tho awoopiogaway of boh foncet and toil: that had boon' plooghod ood The. church bazaar has come off, and so far satiso fictorily. Indeed, I consider it a decided successo The amount reoalised 'on the occasion must have been very little short of £35-a much larger sum than waaexpected. The finishing of tho church inside boon delayed through boveral ctuses; but now ~temen are again biioy at worl; with it, and it to eet bo completed in aaout aix weksa, or twa ntha at farthest, when I believe, it is the intention of the committeo to hold another bazaar in conneo ain with it, as also a ...

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To the Editor of the Herald and Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 27 July 1864

: To he Editor of thae lrrald and Chrodclt." "'7 :'. " 3ia,-hiiving carefully road over :a letter in your Saturday's, issue,o signed ,Inquirer, may. I ,again. trespass on your'opace'to say a few vwords in rdply; for while he professea to write to tih leader ino'tho Argusaus well as to the letters of Patron and Bush nan, the tsnor of his whole letter proves him dia. motrically opposed to the .natiotial system, and his rcply is not to the former but solely to.tho letters of. the two latter. Every inhiri has an undoubted right to .lis own opinion, ind Iam willing to boliove thiit lio ii actuated by a similar motive to myself, viz.:-to unao his efforts to secure to the rising genoeration a sbund'oducation. ' ' ' .. rIt is quite immaterial from whonero the natiriaon systom derived its origin-there is no valid reason that it should bohe'bad because it mighti have beon.tli' .6ffspring of political expediency. It is quite: s\fli ioent to know that the system neow in vogueo las e' isted-over...

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PUBLIC EDUCATION. To the Editor of the Herald and Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 27 July 1864

PUBLIC :EDTICATION To 1the Editor ofthe 1 lerald ald C/lroullte. Sim,--I have ,pprused in your columns and in those of your ,contemporarya;dnrinm tho:pest fortnight,:a ommber of :letters bhousing" on. the seubjeco, of~upca. lion. Some of thoso: wiiterr s dvoeate tho denom rational,: oroe ,what is called the national systqm; ,ViU ou do mo ther avor to publish the fewv'remarks: that 'a uh4pt tol?ro 'will' allow',ma .to makeo en, thu eabjeotl~ I't no of the phblicntione to which I have just alluded (it is sibscribed ' E'riiuerei ) , the writer gldincest tlhe.Kildareo-trlet a~nd Lord Stan-. ley's, orthe national, systems in Ireland. It appears to meothat thisa vriter is by no means happy in.th.9 conclusions at .which' he anrvos. Proeviousto .the establishment of the Kildare-street esociety,,the charter sehoole weoroe founded, . Thosel were openly and shahmelessly proselytising echoo!le, for on thoir edtablisbeiit thely vwould only receive Catholi children., Their:annual. cost wasnote le...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And Chronicle, The
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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 27 July 1864

TO UUOrNE OY1HNiTS& EPDUCATI0o.-T or thrr rlottrr on thls a',,rt arc otnl0ttd Jor 7rnlt of raan, or hold ovorr for onhlrastllon. TO StiIlSCIIIII RllS. in order 2onrc lpos?tqr, cr Intnd to adopt a plan which Is ar'ntly pursanrd hb pral othtr paprra nrul oncdno lcrgr he -rrrciplt f rcmittancra in this 'Iun,,, inctcad of by 1,t1cc. C1ALI2NDAR.. Iaii o?fei lAYr.h rolt lr. 28. 17. n r1on, lloo4, T1rIuAY, I...llsr.. I !.. . 7lr g 0 . l. ,r12.l. 2or .1|u11?tlorej for toltccltoni, .1:' Its. Od.; 1. ]lell, 1?l,; Nlnllry-. .\'V, i)NF,?IIVhY.......... ,~lg27 ?T 4 6?11 BIIUIIHI'IlY'. .......... [ ,B ? 98} 1 .78] iI?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 27 July 1864

USTRTALASIAN PREEMASONS' HALL IIOTEL, 191, York-street, Sydney: ALFRED IBADF(tRD, proprietor. FIRST-CLASS CCOM DATION for gentle men. Private families will at this hotel find the con forts of a home. 1712 Produce Stores. l-ESSRS. DURHAM and IRWIN are prepared to receivo wool, sheepskins, tallow. hides, &c., for sale by anction or privately, at their Produce Storce, Circular Quay, Sydney. Iibernl advances made on wool, shcepskhins, tallow, and bides consigned to them for salo or shipment. Circular Quay. Sydney. 1293 DIXSON'S TWIST TIIE demand for the above celebrated tobacco ohaving hitherto been so leat tlhat the monu i~cturer could not nsupplly above half of the applica tioner, whereby many, being unable to procure it, were compelled to substitute inferior and trashy lohbaccoes, manufactured not only in the colony, but In the Northern States of America, he has now the plenasure of informing the public that by arrange mnte made nvith his American agents he is now onabled to ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 27 July 1864

i'm: devastation produced .by the roecont Iloods hansboon so great and so general, nnd the prospect of further visitationis of the sinmo kind, soonor or lator, is so certiin thatl any suggestions that may beo thrown out with the view of saving: our ngricultural lands from theoir ill oll'cts nro deserving, of thd most' itounivo cdnsidorat.ipn. WVo find thlit in the district of the Hunter goneral nttentidn has loon' given" to this matter. Embankments hanvo booh thought of, no doubt froim a rocolle?tion of the various oxtoeieive works of thoe ind whichl exist *ina Europo inod Ainoricia; ;but theo idoe of a canal to carry off the surpliis afto6i seeooms to have molt with the most h?ivor, and has booh pressed on the notice of the govern nmont. Considering the nature of the Hunter ,districts .thlor is little doubt that this"is:thlilmron advisablo plan1; but it does not follow that it'would bo equally appli cable to other parts' of thie olony.' All niiist depend on the nUaturo of tlihe cou...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 27 July 1864

B·,IIhTII. Cit tho~llth July tootooat, at Ntimttytiole, M~oonro, thu lvit of*DAVIP ItiOL, , iR~. J 1 or a AIBI Ioa MAiI 1rUJ~: O ~ll),l I lII~~' dooghlto·r' of W. ltcvTr Oho~iroc, FEtglaadJ SEaghioto popaora picooc copy. ')IflD, CnLo ta4th July, at \ atira WVcago ThuicoIT~oar, aftar JqcoH KtaooItv~L lttuma! ~aq);. of Cotttagwooot, Guattliag,1 NowY SOoth WutaoB-Ogcd tixty-ono, WED~T~NESI)AY, JULY27,', ts0t.*

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 30 July 1864

THE GOULBURN HERALD Now Soutl Waile, nud for the last few yearllts lotn crO. culntlon has rendterd d It expedient to printtIt by stean TERNTS: Or SoUBScPTliro eighlt shllinags and sixpncuco lper qall'; seven ohll lbn nald siXnpoco if plid I n adan'cC-tint. l 005 to thie commecemen.t of tihe qunrtor. 8ubs5nln clarged only from the tIme of entering tholr n0a0s. Ordero to discontlnuo t ls papor must bo ncsompe*1 payment in full up to tlile end of tho curront qunrler, " l will not be attended to.. The regular qunrters end on the 31stin reh, 30th Jn Scptclmbr, nnd 31st Decemnber. f r Or ADVEOTIStIo:- AdveOrtiClmoUtS nre chnrgcd tor "r followitg rtes chli nluscrtloo :--For too lb50s of'n . four lines, '2.; siX lines, c . " d. edght linoes, or ont Itc... every oddltlonal iolt, ls. "d.; with a roductlon of onj'c" for tlilrteen Insertions, and of onu-thlrd for 1"5'1 insertions. , AdverItis..nts wIll bo r.clved up to si o'elo ,0 evening preceding publication. llo numnber el ',:t should be wrl...

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ELEANOR'S VICTORY. CHAPTER XLIII. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 30 July 1864

ELEANOR'S VICTORY. DY TIE AUTIIOIL OF LADY AUDILIY' :SIEORFUT, &?. S OIIAPTiRI XLIIi. ErLEANon Mlonckton's first impulse was to rush into the room and denounce Launcelot Darrell in the preseonce of thoso who would be surs to come in answer to her call. He would be scarcely likely to find nmuclih mercy at the hands of his aunts: ho would stand before them a detected wretch, capable of any crime, of any treachery, for the furthorance of his own interest. But a second impulso, as rapid as the first, restrained the impetuous girl. She wanted to know the end, she wanted to see what these two plotters would do next. Under the influ snce of her desire to rush into the room, she had moved forward a fow paces, rustling the leaves about her as she stirred. The French mran's acute hearing had detected that rust ling sound. "Quick, quick," he whispored; "take the keys back, there is some one in the 'garden." Launcelot Darrell had risen from his knees. The door between the study and the ...

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THE ASHANTEE WAR. (Further particulars, from the Times correspondence.) Cape Coast Castle, Africa, April 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 30 July 1864

THE ASIIANTEE WAR. (Frt/ier partlictaor,s, friom tie Times corrspesondenc.) Cape Coast Castle, Africa, April 15. As it is, hero I am, and must mako the best of it; but unless you wore on the spot and could see the result of afew weeks' residence 'in the bush-as shown in the unhappy per sons who have just returned from it-you will hardly realise the amount of philosophy it requires to come to this sensible resolu tion. It simply means dying (as many have already), or, what is fifty times worse, coming out of it with a constitution ruined for ever. No less than six officers leave by this mail; two or threo will never reach England, and the rest can never be what they were before. To call the tragedy now being enacted here a farce may appear an anomaly, but so it is, for a war it can hardly be when they have been in what they call the field (the swamp would be a more ap propriate term) for the last three montlhs, and never seen so much as a single Ashan teeman. The amount of human life...

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LINSEED. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 30 July 1864

LINSEED. (Fioa tihe Yeonsma Fon some reason or other there can be no doubt of the fact that flax-growing in this colony is at a discount. The board of agri culture, in its otherwise very well selected lists of prizes proposed for competition at the close of the present year, has chosen to omit the crop which is the chief object of farming in a largo portion of the best culti vated districts of Europe. The Australian growers generally either know nothing about it, or will have nothing to do with it. It is either utterly ignored, or looked upon as :thoroughly costly and troublesome. Under 'the circumstances, it is refreshing to find that even as many as eight persons have ap :ulied, under the recent Act of Parliamont, for allotments of 30 acres, to be devoted to flax only, or to flax in connexion with tobacco. Two of those applicants are Bal larat men, whore Mr. McKenna has al ready made some progress in the cultivation of flax. Of the remaining eight, five are from Talbot, and one fr...

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TO SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 30 July 1864

TO SFJISCL'I IERa. In order to tove poOlpVO 10te ntoend to adopt a plan ntrcBh is alroady-puraued bty cveral other papersa n oat notkotdgo tho rocoipi oJ remgtttanco in ties colun, Itnstead of by letter. CAX.DODATL. Myat tn thoH'eck. Da t nay ott oon'e Atg. SATtURDAY ............ July 0 C 60t 0 1 20 SUNDAY ........... .t Si 0ta8 5i1 27 MONDAY ............ A . 1 658 b a 16 81 2 TUESI)AY . 2 0 57 6a 1 27

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THE SOUTH YARRA NURSERIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 30 July 1864

THE SOUTH YARR XNURSERIES. (Froem the YIoman.) A VISIT to the South Yarra nurseries (till recently carried on by the well-known finr of Messrs. Smith and Adamson, and now by Mr. Joseph Harris, at this season of the year may afford matter of peculiar interest to the planting community, as it is the proper time to select trees and shrubs. The distance from Melbourne is about two miles and a half, and within five minutes' walk of the Gardiner's Creek-road station of the Melbourne and Suburban Railway. Every thing appertaining to a first class nursery can be found here, as fruit trees of all kinds, forest and ornamental trees, shrubs, hedge plants, roses, greenhouse and herlebaceous plants, of which there is a very extensivo collection in pots. Among the rest may bo particularized a large and well-assorted stock of conifers (pines) and climbing plants, as tacsonias, passiflorus, bignonias, tecomas, mauranudias, and many other kinds. A fine stock of choice bedding plants are grown here. ...

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AGRICULTURE IN QUEENSLAND.—TOBACCO GROWING. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 30 July 1864

AGRICULTURE IN QUEENSLAND. TOBACCO GRIOWING. (From thAe WeklyU .Herald.) THERE are several varieties of tobacco, the principal of which are Havannah, lMary land, Connecticut, Florida, Kentucky, Vir ginia, &c. It is generally admitted that the Havannah is much the best quality, but it is, perhaps, the most tender of all, and does not produce so much weight of loaf per acre as many of the others; but still it should be persevered in, asIbelievo the quality willstand before the qualitity. That ofmyown growing, although it will produce a fair crop, suffered much by the heavy rain and wind; whilst the other, or coarser kinds, were little or nothing touched by the storms. One sort in particular I would recommend to be chiefly grown, viz., Virginia, as several com petent judges have pronounced that grown in our neighbourhood to be of a very superior quality, and it stood the rough weather well. It would, -in my opinion be, advisable to plant three rows of Vir ginia to one of Havann...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 30 July 1864

Ir seems to be a fatality with colonial poli ticians to. rely exclusively upon legislative changes for the removal of every griovanco or the remedy of every fault in the working of government. A proper administration of the machinery already in existence is the last thing thought of. Thus, when some complaints woro hoard of the inefficiency of the police under the old act, it was never at tempted to remove the cause of those com plaints by the simple means of increased care and vigilance in the management of the force. Nothing would do but an entirely now police act, a great deal more difficult to work well than the old one. The natural consequence has boon that while the ex penses of tlhe police force have increased enormously, its efficieney has in no degree been augmented. And so, when it is found that the public finances have got into dis order through the want of economic manage meont, the government, apparently in despair of restoring order in the place of confusion by the vig...

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THE ECHUCA RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 30 July 1864

THE ECilUCA RAILVAY. (From thc Melbourneo Arus.) Ix October next, if no unforeseen impediment occur, we are promised the opening of the completed railway line from Melbourno to Echuca. One hundred and seventy miles, or thereabouts, of the iron road-a leoss distanceo than is traversed on the English broad gauge between luncheon and dinner-will unite the amplest haven and greatest commercial emporium of the southern sonas with the chief river artery of thoisland continent. Hence forward, the capital and the wilderness are to shlako hands. The concentrated wealth and commercial energy of Melbourno will impinge directly upon the scattered settlers of the limitless regions permeated by the Murray, the Lachlan, the Darling, and the Murrumbidgeeo. Already the advent of the coming change is casting its shadow before. T'ho steam navigation of the Murray, from the one or two casual vessels which lazily fought their way against the lonely stream, is rapidly attaining theo dimensions of a fleet...

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE SYDNEY, Friday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 30 July 1864

7BLEGJAPIJC INTIELLIGENCE [Fnonr OUR connIPrONDRETS. ] SYDNEY,. Friday night. PAnr.r*rnsT has been further prorogued to the Oth of Septemcbn next. Tho millers havo purchased tho cargo of flour broughtby tho Filomona. Another cargo of Chilian flour has arrived. Tho Molbourno mrrklot remains unchanged. Tho Australian Joint Stock Bankl has declared a dividend of 10 per cont.

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