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ELEANOR'S VICTORY. CHAPTER XLVI. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 6 August 1864

ELEANOR'S VICTORY. ?Y Till. AUTHOR OF LADY AUI)LEY'S BEI?CRT, &O. CIIAPTER XLVI. GrILnu n Moncon offered Eleanor his arm as they went out of the hall and down the steps, beforo the front entrance. " I would have got a convoyance for you if it had been possible, Eleanor," he said; " but of course at this time of night that is utterly out of the question. Do you think that you can manage the walk homeo ?" " Oh, yes; very well indeed." She sighed as she spoke. Sith felt com pletely bellied by what had-occurred; terribly prostrated by the defeat which had befallen her. There was no hope, then. This base and treacherous man was always to triumph :'how ever wicked, however criminal. "Is it very late ?" she asked, presently. "Yes, very late-past one o'clock." The husband and wife walked homewards in silence: The road seemed oven drearier than before to Eleanor, though this time she lihd a companion in her dismal journey. But this time despair was gnawing at her breast; sihe had bee...

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THE DESERT OF SAHARA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 6 August 1864

TI?E DESEPT OF SAIIrEA.--The discoveries of recent African explorers have dispelled many of the popular notions concerning the Great Desert of Sahara. It used to be des cribed as a nearly level sandy plain. This plain, it is now ascertained, does not exist, except at its eastern and western extremities. The central portions rise, in the form of a terrace, to 900ft. or 1,200ft. above thevalloys of the Atlas and Soudan. They are inter spersed with ravines and granite hills. Barth soalks of mountains 4,000ft. or 5,000 ft. high. In general, however, the surface of the desert is flat, or slightly undulating ; in some places covered with a thick bed of sand, in others hard and flinty. Every aspect confirms the opinion of H-Iumboldt, that the desert is a bed of a former sea, elevated by geological convulsions. The traveller, almost at every step, meets with mounds of fossil shells and other debris of marine animals. There are immense deposits of rock salt, in some places as pure as marble,...

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A CANNON-BALL IN THE HAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 6 August 1864

A CANNON-BALL IN T' E HAT. W'e'?s a lad of thirteen years my father re moved from a country town to Boston. No thing, of all its sights, produced upon me such an impression as the ships. The out lying bay, the ocean beyond, its mystery, the ships coming in and going out, the masts and rigging standing up against the sky, these tlhings produced an indelible im pression on my imagination. All the world rose up to my fancy. Real and fabulous things commingled, voyages and buccanors, merchantmen and pirates, fleets of men-of war, came before my inward sight, and all distant lands and famous islands. Long Wharf has taught me a groat deal of geog raphy and sea history. But the navy yard, in the adjoining town of Charlestown, separated only by Charles River fiom Boston, was my especial wonder and glory. I because familar with all its marvels. I crept down to the bottom of its hungo and dismantled ships. I climbed up to the decks of those which were building in the covered ship-houses. I wa...

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TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 6 August 1864

TO ADV1ERTISERS. 3xa7axouatL.-aThc peraona sending this adncrtIeeamat tntmut commualccte thclr real names aned addrestes-nwt far publication, but as a guaraeoteue of oodfalio. TO SUDSOZlSERS. In order to tavrst050C rPnct.entcfd to adopt a plan lWeh is already pursutd bt several ottjer papers ad actoknowledgc toh receipt of reelunaeeo in tlhs column instead of by litter. lnetaTneurs Ivrcmnvn from nr. R. PUeck Tunna, £3 Is.; Er. alohn Ford, llungondor;, for eollcctions, £3 le.; Mr. F. Abbott, Trcutlta, £1 1Ia. 6d.

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CURIOUS MERCANTILE TRANSACTION. LILLEY V. BRUNN. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 6 August 1864

COUIIOUS MEROANTILE TRANSACTION. (From the Ziverpool Daily Courier.) LILLEY y. B?IIUN. AT the court of Chancery for the county palatine of Lancaster, which commenced one of its periodical sittings on Friday, in the chancery court, St. George's-hall, a case was heard which rovealed some curious business transactions. A motion was made on behalf of Mr. Lilley, formerly of Birken head, and now residing at Cameron's River, West'Coast of Africa, for an injunc tion to restrain Mr. Alexander Brunn from certain proceedings which he had commenced against plaintiff. Prior to the year 1856 the plaintiff had been engaged in trading with the natives on the African coast, but he was unsuccessful, and returned to this country. Ile was hero acquainted with a Mr. Thomas Sill, who introduced him to the defendant, Mr. Brunn, Sill's brother-in-law. After some negotiation, it was arranged between the parties thant Sill should dispose of some stock which he heold as trustee for Brunn, and that the procee...

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CALENDAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 6 August 1864

Days of the Week. oth iun riesul oet Ao. BATUDDAY .'..... Aug. 0 C 6 17 3 BUNDAY •.... .. . 7 6 52. 5 1 4 MONDAY .8. 6061 6 6 10 6 TUESDAY ................ 040 510 0

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FARMYARD MANURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 6 August 1864

FARIMYARI D 'MANURE. Ar a recent meeting of the Ballarat Agricul tural Society, Mr. Jamens Mc Intosh made the following statement with reference to the benefits to be derived from the proper mode of collecting and applying farmyard manure : Mr. President and geontlemen,-In rising to redeem a pledge given by me at the last meeting of the committee, that I should at this meeting make a few remarks on what I consider tobe a good and judicious mode of collecting and cconomizingfarmyard manure, and applying the same to the farm, and giving the results thereof, I wish, in the first place, to be distinctly understood that I do not mean to insinuate that I possess more practical or theoretical knowledge in any branch of husbandry than any. gentleman here present.. On the contrary, I believe there are many gentlemen now in the room whose general experience of farming is far in advance of mine, and if they were to com municato their experience on many of the most important subjects ,connected...

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CHEAP CASH FOR FARMERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 6 August 1864

OIIEAP CASH FOR FAIRMERS. (,From th Yoma,.)J Trnt undeliablo distress at present prevail ing among the great majority of tho small, and not a few of tho large, farmors of Now South Wales and Victoria, makes it a noces sity as well as a duty to clear their tangled path from the briars and brambles which beset it, especially whero thoso have not booen of their own sowing. It is true, that however nuiclh tho exceptional weather of the past season has had to do with the failuro of the wheat, the way for its evil action was propared by bad farming, neglect of manure and proper rotation, and, as a consequence, the premature exhaustion of the soil. This is, however, no reason why the farmer, considered merely as a man in vesting his capital and time in a particular branch of industry, should be exposed to removable obstacles from which other in vestors are free. The hitherto exclusive position of the monetary interest, and the charactor of the laws affecting the tenure of land, inherited f...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 6 August 1864

Two or three years since the apparent rate at which the production of wheat in Austra lia was increasing, very naturally led to an ticipations that the country would shortly become independent of foreign supplies. South Australia had a large surplus for ex portation, Victoria was producing almost enough for its own wants, while the throw ing open of the lands in Now South Wales afforded ground of expectation that every year less and less of breadstnffs would need to be imported. But calculations founded on the state of things at that time, have been quite upset by the past two unfavor able seasons; and though South Australia maintains its reputation as a wheat-growing country, in this colony and Victoria there has been a woful deficiency, and a largo portion of the population is as dependent upon im portations as at any former period. Accord ing to present appearances, too, it is likely that this state of dependence will continue for some time to come. If this state of things arose ...

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THE SHOOTING OF JAMES KIRWAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 6 August 1864

TILE SIOOTING OF JAMES K]IRWAN. (From the 3laitlaed Merceury.) Ix coninconting some timeo back upon tho rash and, as it seemed to us, unjustifiablo conduct of the constable who shot 3ames Kirwan at Coomn, and upon the self-con tradictory and incomprohensible vordict of the coroner's jury that sat upon the case, we contended that nothing loss than proof of the necessity of the fatal act would be suflli cient for Ilhe constable's rightfill acquittal, and that the proper tribunal before which that nocossity should be proved would be a court of justico, in which the facts of the case, sifted and exposed by counsel on both sides, would be placed in their proper light, and the law being laid down by a competent judge, the jury would be in a position to pronounce an intelligent and final decision. The attorney-gonoral has declined to take further stops in the matter; and hIis opinion upon the case will be found elsewhere. An examination of that opinion will, however, show that the object w...

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TELEGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE SYDNEY, Friday night. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 6 August 1864

IELEGRArPIIIc INTELLIGENCE IPROM OUR CORRESiONDENTS., SYDNEY, Friday night. Mun. ALXA.rNDER HAMILTON has been appointed returning officer for the electoral district of Monaro. Great floods have occurred in the Bathurst district. Bushrangers have been chased by the police near Forbos. Flour market dull. Lower rates are being asked. A monster complimentary banqueot to Mr. Cowpor is intended. ADELAIDE, Friday evening. A xNw ministry has boon formed, the members being IMessrs. Ayers, Hart, Stow, Blyth, and Mlilne.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 6 August 1864

List No. 2. N Sale at the City Book Mart. Price 2s. 6d.; Sby pest, 3s.:- ipawksvsaw; a Family History of our own Times. By ltolmo Leo The Sea.drift. *Dy Admiral Robinson Paul Ferroll Tales from the Operas. By G. F. Pardon White's Natural History of Selborne. Illustrated. Zohrab, the Hostage Adventures on Ite Mousquito Shore The Initials. By the author of Units Lorimer Littleuood, Esq. Nearer and Dearer; a Tale out of School The School for Dreamers. By Talbot Gwynno Comic Siketches. By John Poole Story of the Peninsular War. By G. R. Gloig The War with Russia. By Shirley Hibbord Romnceo and Reality. By L. E. L. The Worst in the World; or Night and Day. By Bennett The Marrying Mnan. By the author of the Jilt. The Morals of May Fair The Robber of the Rhine. By Ritchio. Femalo IHappiness; or the Lady's Handbook of Life. Price 3s. Gd.; by post, 4s. Gd. To Subscribers to the Herald and Chronicle. IN consequence of the imposition ofn postal rate on newspapers, the following will be thle ra...

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LATER FROM AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 6 August 1864

LATER FROMI AMERICA. BY the arrival of the barque Coya we have news from San Francisco to tile 30th, and from the seat of war to the 28th May, fully a fortnight later than came to hand by the mail. The following extracts are from the Alta California: Now York, May 18th.-Tho Tribune's VWashington special says:-Thei enemy is still in line north of Spottsylvania. Full supplies to our forces are kept up, and there will be no delay on account of lBrcckinridge's and other rebel forces having joined Lee, who are busy guarding. his communications. The Tribune's correspondent, with Sigel, estimates the loss of the rebels in the recent fight at one thousand. The Herald's correspondent, with Butler, gives a detailed account of Beauregard's at tnck on our forces at Palmor's Crook, on the 16th. The entire length of the rebel lines opened with artillery, and shell poured upon our position in showers, although a dense fog enveloped the country at the time, and both forces were wrapped in the misty...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 6 August 1864

,? STBALASIAN, FREE .ASONS' HALL A. HOTEL, 191, York-street, Sydney: ALFRED BRL ADFORD, proprietor. FIRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATION for gentlo men. Frivate families will at this hotel find the com iortS of a home. 1712 Produce Stores; 1JESSRS. DURITAM and IRWIN are prepared [ to recoive wool, sheepshinn, tallow, hides, &c., for sale by auction or privately, at their Produce Stores, Circular Quay, Sydney. Liberal advances made on wool, sheepskins, tallow, nod hides consigned to them for sale or shipment. Circular Quay, Sydney. 1293 DIXSON'S TWIST THE demand for the above celebrated tobacco having hitherto been so great that the manu facturer could not supply above half of the applica tiona, whereby many, being unable to procure it, wero compelled to substituto inferior and trashy tobaccoes, manufactured not only in the colony, hut in the Northern States of America, he has now the pleasure of informing the public that by arrange. ments made with his American agents he is norw enable...

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POTATOES.—CHANGE OF SEED. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 6 August 1864

POTATOES.-CHANGE OF SEED. (Fiom te Yeoman.) HAvnGo observed for many years the des cription of seed potatoes made use of in several places in the colony, I beg to say a few words on the subject through the me dium of your excellent paper. In the first place, it is evident that great loss is sustained by the farmer through the want of information on the necessity of change of seed in potatoes as well as for other kinds of crops. Potatoes of any kind, grown year after year upon the same kind of ground, must inevitably deteriorate, and the tubers will be found to dwindle smaller by degrees and beautifully loss, till a good-sized potato is scarcely to be found among them. Leot those who have got such a sample as is here described procure a few sacks of a good kind, and they will soon see the difference in the yield of crop. Seed potatoes, like corn, require a system of selection, other wise the small tubers will gradually prepon derate, and bring the sample chosen for sets to a lot of i...

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CALIFORNIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 6 August 1864

CALIFORNIA. (From the Alta CalSfornila A LAMEsrAnr' ArrnAY.-About eight o'clock yesterday morning, a lamentable affray occurred at the bellows factory of Cornelius Van Ness, in California-street, near Davis. A journeyman named Edward Mandoville, who has been working for Mr. Van Ness for some three or four years, hav ing made preparations for starting a shop of his own, went to the factory of his employer to get his kit of tools, and placed the chest on the sidewalk, then started off in search of a waggon to remove it. On his return, he found that the chest had been carried back to the secolid story of the factory, and going up after it he became involved in an altercation, in the course of which he was struck a severe blow on the neck, near the base of the skull, and was knocked or preci pitated down stairs. He was soon stagger ing up Commercial-street, apparently in a measure stupified by the blow or fall, and on his arrival at the corner of Front-street, he fell down in convulsion...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 6 August 1864

Wanted, B Y the undersigned, a RESPECTABLE MAR. RIED COUPLE-man to plough and work on a farm-woman as general servant. CIHARLES S. OAKES. Oak Park, August 1st, 1864. 1381 Teams Wanted, AT Rotherwood, Lakee Iathurst, to load for 25th July, 1864. 1358 Wanted, -ATEN OR WHEATEN IIHAY. C. E. DRANSFIELD, Jembaioumbone Flotlir Mills, 1070 Near Biaidwood. Wanted, A MAID SERVANT. Apply to Mos. SOWERIBY, Parsonage. 1417 Wanted, 1FMPLOYMENT in any capacity, by a young 1 man thoronughly familiar with the management and driving of HORSES, in single or other harness. Address-DRIVERl, office of this paper. . 1410 To Bullook-drivers. LIMESTONE in any quantity purchased at the F'ITZROY IRON WORKS.' 1257 Butter, Cheese, and Bacon. ltlE undersigned is a PURCIIASER of the above. I. MARIKS. 3111 New Argyle Store and Bettlers' Emporlum. NOTICE OF REMOVAL. Cf GILLESPIE begs to intimate that he ,n has Opened his New Premises. Ilis stock of Boots and Shoes will be found largo cheap, and well selected; and h...

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GOULBURN WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 6 August 1864

UOULIUR.I1 WUOLEBALE II I.IC0 CURRENT. Whoat, 8S. Od. to on. 94. $ bushel. Flour, fline, £28 i tOn ; arrond, £27. Pollard, Is. 4d. id bushel; or Is. by tbo halfton. Bran, Is. 4d. 0 bushel; or Is. by thre hall ton. Broad, 0d. to 7d. 0 2-lb. loafot alts, 4s. per bushel. Barley, Eoglish, 39. 0d. to 40. It bushel; Cape, 29. 9d. Oars, 2?. 9d. to S`. 04. 0t bushel. alt, £3 Itos. to £4 109S. 11 ton. Butter, freso, ls. Ilb.; salt, 8d. to Od. Chsro4d, 44.0 lb. Ba6on, td. to ,04L lb. lgo, 10d. t dozeon. Poltaors. 3o. to. s. 04. rowt. Ononu; 10. to 12s. 0 owlt. ; scarce. adl Cattle, prime, from £3 100, to £4 10i.; medlum,£2 5s. to £3. , trhep, 120. to 1on. 8 bead. Piga, 04. 1044J 0lb. Plgs,(rtll), 4d . to 4 4. lb. h/eel (retail), 3d, to 041 t.Mto rtl) 4d. It lb.,, Al~ratt (retail),4d. 9 lb. - Tallow, beef, £20 to £279 ton ; mutton, £28. Ides, is` to.9. each. Sl?or?shft, Od.; waslled 7d. 0 lb. Oarrt?,s toan--Sydney to loulburo, £4 10s. to £5; Coul. burn to Sydnoy,.£3 to £3 10o.; Goulburn to Lsa...

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STORING WHEAT IN SILO [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 6 August 1864

STORING WHEAT IN SILO'I:U (Frao the Maiierad Mercury.)l IMn. Ex.Lts's experiment at Duckenfield pronounced successful-at all events sc Adolaide wheat is concerned; and t,? ' wheat, it will be remembered, formed t'; of the quantity preserved-twelve thou' sixteen thousand bushels. Although the of the wheat when the siloes were open satisfactory, the application of furtho' . necessary before the result of the undort. be conclusively determined. Those teo' applied. The wheat has been grour yielded flour of excellent quality; and I': been made into bread, also excellent F consistency, and flavour. These results to create an amount of confidenco in tI, I ~h similar experiments, which the bare . sale of the wheat has yielded a profit , like cent. per cont. to the storer woul ,t itself have warranted. ''The practicabili South Australian wheat for a series of ' t5 detriment to its food-producing quanli' been demonstrated; and the lesson i' ..'.i attenltio of carpitalists and others in t1 : w...

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MAGISTRATES. (From the Supplement to the Government Gazette Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 3rd August, 1[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and Chronicle — 6 August 1864

r MAGISTRATES. (Proi the Supplcment to the Gcreonment Gazct Colonial Secretary's Oflice,', Sydney, 3rd Auguat, I Iris Excellency the Governor, with the advice Executive Council, has boon pleased to ] the undormontionod gentlemon to be magistrr the colony, viz.: Baker, John Thomas, Polico Magistrate, 31I, Pionour River, (Quconsland Beddomo, Samuol, Adolaido, South Australia i Boll, R., North West Beond, South Australia Blandford, Charles Horatio, Commissioner of Lands, New England. Brower, Charles Philip, Roba Town, Guiche? South Australia Browno, John Stowart, Kapunda, South Aus.' Browno, William, Assistant Gold Commnoi Forbesa Charters, William Skelton Ewbank 3ole Commandant of MBaranoa Patrol, Queen Finness, Boylo Travers, Adelaide, South Al Fitzgerald, James Joseph, Egerton, Frazor'"i Gibdon, Andrew Faithfull, Tiranna, Goulbu:'( Glen, George, Mount Gambior, South Au.tr' Gray, Charlos George, Polico Magistrato, Queensland Gummow, enijaminin William, Swan Hill,, Halloran, Arthur Ed...

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