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EMBANKING RIVERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 30 July 1864
EtlBANKING RIVERS. Tim following letter addressed to the editor of the Sydney, Morning Horald, will be road with interest by many in this district : Sir,-At a period when floods have again naturally , devastated the lands originally formed by floods, my letter may perhaps turn the thoughts of those who occupy alluvial lands to their duties in respect to them. In the old times these lands were given to thoso unfamiliar with floods, and are now mostly in the hands of those who look with astonishment and terror on the floods which deprive them of the fruit of their labour, and which are actually the result of their own labours. When the rivers tore open their tracks and became once fixed to a limited channel, in time of flood they deposited drift of all sorts on either bank against the butts of the trees. From the decay of this drift, and from eddies amongst it causing the deposit of alluvium, the banks an either edge become higher than the back'I lands, and seoem to have protected the...
OUR AGRICULTURAL DIFFICULTIES. Port Cooper Choose, superior to anything over made in New South Wales.—Advertisement. To the Editor of the Empire. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 30 July 1864
OUR AGRIOULTURAL D)IFFIULTIES. Port Cooper cheese, superior to nnytthing over mando in Now South W\ales.-Advortisouont. To theo Editor of the mi, pire. Snt,-A-mongst tlhe miny intorosts of the colony, our agricultural present the most forlorn and depressed condition. The ques tion has boon for sonto tinoe, "will our lands sustain our population, or must we resort to foreign resources?" This problem, in thoe early occupation of the colony, was one of groeat importance, and the first harvest neoar laorramatta, however small, was htailed as demonstrative of the fact that breadstuffs could be produced at the antipodes. But has the colony, with all its varieties of climate and of soil, attained the objoot? Coerttinly not. Why this should beo the case is a matter worthy of investiga .tion, wheton we see South Australia, VYut Diemlo i's Land, Victoria, having surplus stock for exportation. The chief cause geonerally assigned is the slovenly charactor of our agriculturo, and this, no doubt,...
THE USE OF MACHINERY IN MAKING CHEESE, AS PRACTISED IN LEICESTERSHIRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 30 July 1864
?THI UISE OF lMACIIhINEIY IN MAKING CHEESE, AS PRACTISED IN LEICES TERSIIRE. (From the .I trk-lsse I"pi ree.) I DAY farms occur in all parts of the country, excepting that portion consisting of first-rato feeding land with little or no arable attached. On light and loamy soils, where a consider able part of the farm is ploughod, the dairy forms an importanut feature in the occupation, and much butter and choose is made. We have lately been favoured by a lady, -who has studied the art of dairy practice with groat assiduity and persoverance, to witness her system of management. In her early experiments she mot with some disap pointmeonts, but has now overcome all diffi culties, and produces butter and chooso of most excellent quality-the chooso having taken prizes at agricultural shows, and ob tains the best price at our fairs. She super intends her fathor's dairy of 10 cows with groat success. He is now in theo "sere and yellow loaf," but halo and hearty; and a more respectable gentl...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 30 July 1864
IO HTEL, 191, YorkstreCet, Sydney: ALFRED DBRAI)DFORD, proprietor. FIRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATION for gentle men. Private families will at this hotel find the com-. forts of a home. 1712 Produce Stores. M/ESSRS. DURHAM and IRWIN are prepared to receive wool, sheepskins, tallow, hides, &e., for sale by auction or privately, at their Produce Stores, Circular Quay, Sydney. Liberal advances made on wool, sheepslins, tallow, and hides consigned to them for sale or shipment. Circular Quay, Sydney. 1293 DIXSON'S TWIST TIIE demand for tie above celebrated tobacco b having hitherto been so great that the manu facturer could not supply above half of thire appliec tieos, whereby many, being unable to procure it, were compelled to substitute inferior and trashy tobaccoes, manufactured not only in the colony, but in the Northern States of America, he has now the pleasure of irnforming the public that by arrange ments made with his American agents he is now enabled to PRODUCE THREE TIMES THE Q...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 30 July 1864
TO CORItRIIONIIRNTS. Attention to tIhe olloio ng-n rubs will jretent disappoint. ,nat:-tt'dto not undertoalk to insert Ilttesn ldich are unccompanleI d biJOa5OsaoIutrce that copieirs Bre not weo, Otnt to ilter papers.-tll- cantdt rsour,, reiclcco cot,. ,, nnictiont.-ttit s twilling to mtaeb ordinary tor. rections, ,e most omit Icttersld shicheq ire re-ne itig to Ft tIheuforp btclioooion.-WhnsenaI timdiaopubiicity ntSay e desirtd, comunoications ought to reachinot toy noon o, the.llolnstys ont TIousdhao Iprcedintg p)ublnication:.- l ,,must in tevoer cas0 tlo fSurlthed thitit tIh tor's aonns and addrstrc-ttot for ju licatioo, but asog tuarantefc j goodfaith.
THE PARROT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 30 July 1864
TIIE PAltRIOT. ily, nHonnioii 00)oon. O?on, Ino through the strclts I wandered, and o'or tny Ia fanlcy pondoreJd, Many a flmoy quaint and curious, which hlod filled imy mind of yoro, Sudddenly my footatcps stualmbleld, and against a man I tumdled, Who, beneath a sailor' jacketo, something largo and heavy bore. "Bog your pardon, ir !" I muttorod, as I rose np, hurt nnd aore; But thie ailor only swore. Vaexed at this, my Houl grow stronger: heaitating than no longer, "Sir," said 1, "now really, truly, your forgivoeness l. implore! hlil, in fitl, my senso was napping-" Then the Railor answered, rapping Out his dreadful oaths and awfill imprcentions by the sieoroar, Answbred ho, " Cono, hold your jaw I "May my timbeors now be lshivorod"-oh, at this liy poor iheart quivorod,-? If you don't beat anIy parson that I ever mot before ! "You've not hurt meo; stow your prosing "-then, hi hugoi pneacoat unclosing, Stmraight he showed the hloavy parcol, whlichl beneatho his arm Iheo boro, Showed ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 30 July 1864
Diocesan Depot for Bibles, Prayer Books, Tracts, &c. jpIRIS depBt for tile Diocese of Goulburn was _ opened on SATURDAY, JULY 23, for the sale of Bibles, Prayer Books, Tracts, and other religious publications. The members of the Church of .ngland, in the Diocese, and all others who are interested in thoe circulation of Christian and useful books, will find in the Depot a largo assortment, at moderate prices. Diocesan DepSit, Auburn-streot, Goulburn, 9lth July, 1864. 1345 J. BARBER AND CO., SODA-WATER, LEMONADE, SARSAPARILLA, AND CORDIAL MANUFACTURERS, OPPOSITE TIIE HOSPITAL, CLIFFORD AND SLOANE STREETS. 8289 GOUTLBHUT?., BERGIN, lc ENCROE, & CO., Wholesale Grocers, WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS, Tobacco Importers and Manufacturers, 519 AND 521, GEORGE-STREET SOUTH, NEAR IIATIUIIST -STREET, SYDNEY, 977 WM. CHATFIELD, STOCK AND SHARE BROKER, 81, NEW PITT-STREET, SYDNEY. 638 J, GRAHAM AND CO., NURSERYMEN, GARDENERS, AND SEEDSMEN, GEORGE-STREET MARKET, SYDNEY. N.B.-Orders re...
GOULBURN WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 30 July 1864
tOULUIO tN W:IOLEtSALt I1110tl8 0 UItttBNT. Wheat, 8o. Od. to On. 04. 1 bushel. Flotr, tile, £21?' toll ; a*ooost, £27. Pollamrd, Is. 4d. bushelo; or Is. by thlo lhalf ton. tiran, Is. 4d. "a bushel; or Is. by the half ton. IoBread, O4 to 7d. 1 2-tb. loaf. ?taltr, ,ts. per bushel. I nrler. Ilggllso, 3s. 04. to 4s. B buhetl; Cope, 2s. Od. Onats, 2. 0d. togs. 0d. 0 Itobthrl. Ha/, £3 10s. to £4 Os. 1 tol. Iunler, r t, s. y I b.; salt 8d. to Oil. Clorhers, 4d. 0 lb.t. V loloo, td. to td. t Ilb. R&gs, 10d,4 1 dotno. Potators, 3s. to 3.. Od. 1rwt. Ontlons, Ito. to 12s. 1 cwt. ; 0co000. Foat 0attle, prlme, fromlU3 l2O. to £4 10. ; medium, ?2 Os. to £3. . .hpt, 129. to 1Bs. Oo head. :Plg, Bd. to 4d. it lb. . nco (rtotl),'2.1. to 4.t lb. 00 Mlatteo (rotail)) 4d.00 lb. rtllonO, beof,.£'O0 to £27 g1 ton ;'mutton, £28.' ',ldc, hs. to 0. etoooh.. - Shoopatlnt, od.; washed.o 7. ?l. . Carrtogoeo 2 ton-Sydney to (toulburn, £4 10s. to £5; (ot. turn to Sydtey, £0 to £3 10s. O; oullurn to Latng...
COMMERCIAL. GOULBURN, Friday 10 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 30 July 1864
G'UOA.AI II'A 14. GOULBURN, Friday 10 p.m. WunrAT AND FLOeU.--At Conolly's Mill :-Fine flour, £28 par ton; seconds, £27; if loss than half ton, ls. per 100lb. extra. Pollard Is. 8d. par bushol retait; bran, I. ld. per busholrhetail. WVheat, 8s. Gd. to Os. Od. per bushlol. At Emanuel's Mill:--Fino flour £28 per ton; seconds, £27 ; if loss than half-ton, is. per 100 lb. oxtra. Wheat, 8s. Gd. to Os. Gd. par bushel, accord ing to sample ; bran and pollard, Ia. Gd. per bushel. ArTro? :arns' flrrouT.--?easrs. Dignam and Co. report :--Fat Cattlo.-Noan have arrived this woak nor has theor boon much enquiry, most of the butchers having sullicient on hand for immediato wants.-Wo are advised of a mob of 70 primo heavy weight to arrive labout the aend of the week, but caln not yet positively stato the day. Storo Cattle.-We have closed privately for two mobs-500 to 600 hood mixed (according to muster) at 23s. Gd., and 100 to 120 bullockls, 2 to G years, ats3s. FatShoop. -On Tuesday we placed a s...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 30 July 1864
Wanted, A FIlST' CLASS COOK. Apply to N. MAN. I DELSON, Goulburn Holol. 1378 Wanted, A GOOD SERVAN'T GIRL, to do general A. house work. Apply to Mns. STEWART, 1342 Bourko-street, Goulburn. Wanted, A SITUATION na TUTOR in a Gentleman's family, or in a Graummur School, by a young man who has received a good classical educatio, and is converaant with tho French and Ucerman languages. lRefernc Is permitted to the Bishop of I Guulburn. 1354 Wanted, OATEN OR WIIEATEN flAY. C. E. DRANSFIELD, Jembaicumbeno Flour Mills, 1070 Near Brnidwood. Wanted to Purchase, A STATION, with 4000 sheep on it. Stating fl l particulars. Address JOSEPH, Goulburn Hotel. 1356 Wanted, TANNER. None but a good tradesman need apply. ROBERT COWLEY, 1362 Near Borrimo. Teams Wanted, AT Rothorwood, Lakeo. Bathurst, to load for Sydney. 251b July, 1864. 1358 To Bullock-drivers. T IMESTONE in any quantity purchased at the FITrZR tY IRON WORKS. 1257 SnADVIenRTISlMENT GENTLEMAN wants a situation as TUTOR in a private family....
COOMA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 30 July 1864
COOMIA. (From a correspondent.) C I ,Cuo:nsAinMu.--'The public-houso at Collington, , proportyyofffr. John Dougill has bhon burnt to thllo !,ound, and furnituro, spirits, &c., thorein destroyed. Iappears thant throo men entored the place, tied up 1 only man who was thoro, and then doliboratoly t firototlo placo. The firniluro and spirits wore tho toporty of Mr. John Ward who was just about ning the houso.--Captain lattye has lgoneo down mako on investigation into the circumstancos and inquest is to be hold in a day or two. A.LI. AccImrNT.-? r. Joseph W. Silk a squat well-known in thl Uomnbalt district was drowned ;tonnott's Crooeek lot wook.-I appears he at -tod to cross the creoke but in so doing got heord in the mud. His body has boon found. ,as loll a widow and largo family. Snw.N's CA?sn.-Tho c so 'against O'Donohu m eon adjourned for a week to give him an oppor 1 -.y of obtaining profoessional assistance. About ontty witnosses have boon summoned to give ovi " two men ap...
SYDNEY SUMMARY. THURSDAY afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 30 July 1864
SYIDINEY SUIRIAIRY. TIroUlaDA afternoon. Tni now commission of the peaco .has at lengtht nudo its appearanco; and to those who rmomomrb !1 mnything of the laIto roll it is painfully apparent that1 he present is the offspring of political likes and din . ikons. Tlohere iro amonagst the. many names omittedi not a fuw who distingumalhod thomseolves by the mota odulous attuntion to their du(lties, and whose cha?i actor and ability, will boar a not unlfavourablo corn iarisuonl with any whoso namones have boon retained.? : VWhy whoro they omittod ? Wo shall be told some; old storios about famnily compactso; bt I fear ar'.c e xamnilnation of the now comomissnion will show tinthl' II thoern is almost as much cause for this complaint oasn: ovor while amongst thle namos omitted thor in a vory;ilj lrgo preponderance of gentlemnen who hlad no rean-r livos on tle benchl. Amongst tOhe persons retaineiod ure some that it was gonorally expected would never ',; he allowed to remnain after a revision...
To the Editor of the Herald and Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 30 July 1864
To Ilt Editor of the Herahl and Chronlcle. SBm,-M-r. Motes Baird, of Goldsmith-stroot, has now on his promisos a well fifty foot doop, with a drive of ton foot-the sinking, bricking, &o., ofthb samo having beon completed in tho most satisfaotory and workmanlike mannor in tho. astonishingly short paceo of oight 'day. This foet, unprocedented in the annals of well-sinking, has, of lato, loon por fonrmed by John Clifton, alias Spring-hool Jack, and oino mato. The wall can be inspootod.,by any por son who may be sceptical as to the truth of the fore going statemont. Tho work, as a wholo, rollocts tho highest degroo of credit on John Clifton, and will be found to repay the trouble of a visit. SUBSCRIBER.
NATIONAL EDUCATION AND INQUIRER. To the Editor of the Herald and Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 30 July 1864
AITIONAL EDUCATION AND INQUIRER. • To theo Edlltorof the lferold mota Chronicle. ,-Tlho Goulburn Argus has excited the bile of ereont writers in your paper, by its article on cation. These writers may bh astonished to find who do not thoroughly agree with them. wover I may expose myself to be considered pd, I shall proceed to mato a few romarks on the .or signed Inquirer, which to me appears the 't extraordinary of them. Io understaid national education as distinguished in donominational, is the first point to be settled: , all may not understanmd the distinction. The joctca of national eduontion invite children of ry religion into tho.samo schlool-room, and pro "to give them a good education, and to do so our offluding the roligious tenets of any. If gion be taught it must be either a now. religion ih will give offence to none, as it must be a othing so common to all, and at the same time opablo from the rest, as that it alone-may, or oer must be taught without detriment to the Sr ...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 30 July 1864
Funeral. THE friends of the late JOSHUA JOHN MOORE, Esq., are respectfully invited to at- &nbsp; tend his Funeral, which will take place THIS DAY (Saturday), at one o'clock, when it will leave his late residence, Baw Baw, and proceed to Goulburn, by way of the Crossing-place, Mummell Road, and ar- rive at St. Saviour's Church at half-past two p an. N B.-No circulars will be issued. ROBT. CRAIG, 1379 Undertaker.
LOCAL AND PROVINCIAL. CHURCH SOCIETY OF THE DIOCESE OF GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 30 July 1864
LOCAL AND PROVINOIAL. CHURCH SOCIETY OF THE DIOCESE OF GOULBURN. On Thursday ovening a public meeting was hold in the hall of the mechanics'. institute for the purpose of forming a Church Society for the diocese of Goul - burn. The chair was taken by the Lord Bishop of Goul - bourn and on the platform were the Rovds. gW. Sowerby, D. P. Mi. Hulbert, E. B. Proctor, A. D. S3ares, R. Loigh, F. A. C. Lillingston, and W. H. Pownall; and Messrs. Allman, Rossi, and Conolly. In the body of the hall were the Rov. P. Lamb, and most of the loading citizens belonging to the Chdirch of England. The meeoting was attended by about two hundred and fifty persons, the majority being ladies. After prayor by the Rev. Mr. Hulbert, The Bishop called ont Mr. Alexander to read the proposed rules of the Society. M1r. U. S, Alexander accordingly reoad the LAWS, REGULATIONS, AND CONSTITUTION Or THIE S0CIETr. OtAcE 400 OBJECT. i. The society shall e designated "tlhe Church Bociety of the Dlocese of Coulburn." 2...
THE NEW COMMISSION OF THE PEACE. (From the Supplement to the Government Gazette.) [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 30 July 1864
THIE NEW COUMMBISSION OF THE PIlACE. (From the Supple?ent to the Gorranment Gazette.) A.?uts Augustus Alfred, General, Gwydir Addison Glentworth W. F., Sub-Gold Commis sioner, Rocky River Adyo William, lBotlbolo, Yass Airos Edward Hart, Darling River Aldcorn James, Mayflold, Shoalhaven Aloxandor Maurice, M.P., Sydney Alison Robert Tloyd, D)ungog Allen Hlonorableo (erge, I1.C.., Toxtoth Park Alleyno Hoobert Joseph, Sydney Allioglom (loorgo, A relldol .Allma1 ,hhn Joheame, Polleo Matilstrato, Goulburn Aldlrsonl Al,,XQll,'!r, Nwteadll AntIll IJohn IquallrvI, l'Pleto Armltlliro John, lilllly Yllrrllra, 'Tnl'lbornnllllll Arould Willkiam MIunilugs, .I,'., Siradlbrolo, Pallersoll Ascungh dU us, ll'lldl?r Autlln Heory, Hkydutoy Barclay George, Eden Barker Thomas, Camden Barlow Alexander, Glonllell, Liverpool Barnes ]Henry, Rlichmond River Blttyo Edward iMontague, Inspector of Police, Coomna Baylis I lenry, Police Magistrato, Wagga Wagga Iayly Nicholas 'aqet, Mudgeo B3eckham Edgar, Bmnlong B...
GOULBURN WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 3 August 1864
GOUG IIUN WIIOLIOSALE PI110ES CURIRtINT. lWhea, 8t. d1. to Os. 0d. 8 bushel. Flour, tne, £28 U' ton ; oeonld., £27. Pollard, is. Id. f bushel; or Is. by the hatl lon.. n rin, lt. 4 b. 8 bushl.; or lt. by the oll'ton. alrenur, . to 7,. 32lb. loaL Mutze, to. oer bushel. Reuo. Engllih, 29. 0fl. to 41. t bubsel; Cupoesu. Sh. otSel, 2s. Od to 1s. td. tueasel; . Ifly, £3 los. to £4 lOs. 83 ton. •BuI?tter, tresh, ls. 8 lb.; salt, 8d. to 9d, Chcric, 4.d. lb. aucon, 1d. to 0d. o lb. ogas, l0d. 3 dosse. Potatore, 32. to 3s. 0,1.83 r? t Oneons, IOs. to 2u. 8 owot. ; scorce. Fss 'cl'lt, prlme, from 3 lou. to £, lOs.; muedtus£2 s. to £3. O;lho, 12u. to 15s. 83 head. Plgs, 2d.. 10 41.83 lb. Dccl" (retilt), d.to41d.3 lb. " " Utrottolr (reiit), 4d. lb. luttloow, beet, £20 to £27 1 ton; mutton, £28. IOrllca, . to ts. each. Ghouelrotn, Od.; washe 7d1. 83 lb. rrr.rljae 8 ton--Sydney to Ooulburns, £4 10s. to £1; Ooul burn to tydney, £3 to £2n lOs.: Goulburn to'Latbtno -'lut, £0 to £0 ;lOoulburn to Adol...
COMMERCIAL. GOULBURN, Tuesday 10 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 3 August 1864
COMMARil ,iAL. GOULBUI1N, Tuosday 10 p.m. WHEAT AND FLOUn.-At Conolly's MIill:--Fino flour, £28 per ton ; seconds, £27; if less than half ton, Is. per 1001b. oxtra. Pollard ls. 8d. per bushol rotnil; bran, sl. ld, porbusholrotail. Wheat, 8s. Gd. to Ds. Gd. per bushol. 'At Emanucl's MIill:--Fino flour £28 per ton; oseconds, £27; if less than half-ton, ls. per 100 lb. extra. VWheat, 8s. Gd. to Os. Gd. por bushel, accord ing to samplo; bran and pollard, Is. 8d. per bushol.