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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 28 April 1849

TO CORRESPONDENTS. Correspondents are requested to read the following paragraph, as the cause of their various commu. nications being omitted until next week. Our Subscribers and Friends are respectfully informed that on account of an unavoid able accident, we are reluctantly compelled to leave out two pages of our usual con tents this week. We trust to their kind * indulgence in overlooking this omission, and promise to make up the deficiency at an early period. THE GOULBURN HERALD. SSATURDAY, APRIL 28, 1849.

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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To the Editor of the "Goulburn Herald." [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 28 April 1849

To the Editor of the " Goulburn Herald." Sin,- Having observed in your last week's publi cation a letter signed A FLAT-a very remarkable cognomen,-I wish to offer a few remarks on the unbusiness - like transaction your correspondent chooses to style the affair. In the first place I can. not give credence to the allegation, knowing so well that the party accused (the manager of a large esta blishment) would not, I am positive, so far forget himself as to defraud a poor man of his hard-earned wages. Again, a manager of a firm is decidedly a servant, consequently no one in that position would commit so glaring an act of injustice, without the fear of a dismissal. I do not mean to impugn the veracity of your correspondent, but lie certainly should have been more tenacious of the character of a large firm 'than to state they charge 25 per cent. above the actual worth of an article. I scarcely believe this to be true, and Ihave no doubt but the accused manager will rebut the charge; in fa...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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Yass Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 28 April 1849

Yass Races. Horse racing is carried on with something like spirit in Yass district, and although a large field of horses, not always procurable, the matching is pretty equal, and the struggle for competition guided by sportsman-like feelings. We wish it was so everywhere else. The last turf meet at this township took place on the 10th., 11th., and 12th., instant, and went off with effect. FIRST DAY-FIRST RACE. TOWN PLATE value Fifty Pounds, heats twice round the course. Mr. Hall's Grenadier, aged.......... 1 2 1' Mr. Broughton's Sir Tatton Sykes, 0 yrs. 2 1: 2 Mr. White's Fra Diavolo ............ 3 3 Mr. Roberts' Baron................ dist. First heat, Sir Tatton was the favorite for a mile and a half, when Grenadier pushed by him by.a wide run, and came in first. Second heat. A close run between the Soldier and Sir Tatton, the latter won by a head. Third heat. Grenadier's bottom was all there, and won easily. SECOND RACE, MAIDEN PLATE, value £25; mile heats. Mr. Hall's Rifleman, ag...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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To the Editor of the "Goulburn Herald." [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 28 April 1849

To the Editor of the " Goulburn Herald." Stn.-As I was riding a day or two ago along the banks of the Mulwaree Ponds near the Burial Ground, I was much disgusted at the horrid stench which saluted my olfactory nerves. At first I sup posed that some cow or bullock was lying dead near the spot, but the further I progressed up the creek towards the bridge, I was convinced that the odour arose from something more " damnable still." I was not disappointed, for my horse made a dead stop o0 the btink of a little stream of blood and filth which was making its way towards the course of the beautiful ponds alluded to. My senses were so much shocked at the sight and the smell that I gal. lopped off without waiting to ascertain the source of the stream and not possessing the bravery of a Leichardt, or the ill fated Kennedy, I do not think that I could have encountered the terrors of an ex pedition for that purpose. In these days, when sanatory regulations are exciting the attention of all ,elas...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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To the Editor of the "Goulburn Herald." [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 28 April 1849

To the Editor of the " Goulburn Herald." Stt,-As our Legislative Council are now about assembling, I would dritw the attention of country membl)ers to the following grievances, which in their present state prove so injurious to the community at large; and as the subjects are rather long, I will take the liberty of dividing them into three different classes. First then I would mention the pernicious effects the act now in force regarding Licensed Hawkers has upon the settled trading community. Secondly, the injury likely to be felt through the road-side Publicans having to pay an equal amount for their Licenses as the Town Publican. And nlastly, the want of an amendment in the act now in force regarding Auctioneers in country dis tricts. In the first place, let us take a hasty glance at the want of amendment in the act regarding Licens ed-Hawkers, and the injury this class of men are daily inflicting on our respectable storekeepers. Now, a days, every man able to raise a sum merely n...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 28 April 1849

WE are still without any fresh arrivals from Ebgland. From the political position of the European States, as described in the last advices, we may expect to hear of fresh com motions and more bloodshed. We fear. that Louis Napoleon will sadly disappoint the Parisians; and although he was returned by an overwhelming majority, he will be found not to possess the required ability for the post allotted him. Sydney, April 24, 1849. WHAT WILL THE GOVERNOR DO? MANY and intense have been the specula tions lately made in Sydney, as to what course His Excellency will pursue in the event of the arrival in this harbour of a con viet ship from Great Britain. The Sydney Morning Herald says, that the Governor's in a fix; that he has outstepped his autho rity in the promise he gave the Port Phillip deputation, and assumes that His Excellency must obey the commands of the minister for the Colonies. No doubt it is the duty of the head of the Government here to obey as far as he can consistently the i...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 28 April 1849

Subscribers' Names and Advertisements will be received at the Printing Office, Auburn-street, Goulburn, and by the jol lowing Agents: SYDNEY ........ Mr. T. EDWARDS, Bookseller, (late Magee) Pitt street, near Hunter-street QUEANBEYAN .... Mr. S. NUTTEIR BUNGONIA ...... Mr. TaRIMLa BERRIMA........ Mr. YASS ............ Mr. N. CHAPMAE GUNDAGAI ...... Mr SIMPson. Inn-keeper BRAIDWOOD ..... Mr. WILLIAMS, Storekeeper LAKE GEORGE,... Mr. SAM. CROWTHER MARULAN, ...... Mr. FITLLJAMES BUNGENDORE... Mr. O. BYsRNS BINDA ........... Mr. MoRnts, Inn-keeper JUJJYONG FL AT ). Mr. MUrr iGFAT Mr. e SHEAHAN, Innkeeper. Mnrrumbidgee j BURROWA........ Mr. HURLEY, Innkeeper MANEROO........ Mr. HInBUnD. ALBUHY.......... Mr. D. MACKAY. WAGGA WAGGA... Mr. J. ROBERTS, Innkeeper WOLLONGONG.... Mr. MUSGRAVE TUMUT RIVER.... Mr. JAMES ADAMS. (All letters must be post paid.) ADVERTISEMENTS are charged 2s. 6d. for the first inch of space, and Is. for each additional inch, each insertion; and all advertisements th...

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Goulburn Annual Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 28 April 1849

Goulburn Annual Races. THESE races came off on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday last, on the New Course, about four miles from town, and forming a portion of the estate of Mrs. Gibson. The site is well chosen, and aeflLtd the spectators a full view of the entire course. The weather was exceedingly cold, which no doubt pre vented many persons from attending. The racing was very inferior to what we expected, the horses being generally ill-matched, The follow. ing is the result of the running: FIRST DAY.-F5IRST RACE. THIE GOULBURN TOWN PLATE of Fifty Pounds, for all horses; weight for age; heats twice round; entrance £3. Mr. Broughton's g.h. Sir Tatton Sykes, 3 3 4 Mr. MA)Donough's b.g. Tiger, aged, .... 1 2 dr. Mr. Coughlin's b. g.Tommy Tickle, 6 ys. drawn Mr. Hall's b.h. Rifleman, 5 years .... 4 4 2 Mr. J. Lawless' bl. g. Easy John, 4 ys. 2 1 1 Well contested between Tiger and Easy John, but the former's lasting qualities were found wanting, and he was consequently drawn. SECOND RACE...

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PERILS OF MURAT. MEMOIRS OF GENERAL PEPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 28 April 1849

PERILS OF MURAT. MEMOIRS OF GENERAL PEPE. [From the News of the World, Jan. 81, 1847 WHEN the Bourbons returned to France, the inhabitants of Provence showed the most cruel animosity against all who were, or. had been devoted to the empire, so that the life of Joachim was placed in great peril. To avoid the fate which threatened him, and to avoid the strict search set on foot by an old cmige who sought his life, the King was obliged to conceal himself. The conduct of this nmigre was the more atrocious, that during the time of the Empire, Joachim had saved him from the guillotine. The Duke of Roecaroiaana and the Prince Isechitella, neither of-whom had quitted the King from the moment of his departure from Naples, hired a vessel, on board of which they lay in waiting for him during the night in the neighbourhood of an isolated shore. By some misunderstanding, the ship did not come to the place where the King was ex pecting it; after passing the night on the boarders of the sea, Joach...

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Literature. THE EXECUTION OF MARIE ANTOINETTE. [History of the Girondists by Delamartine.] [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 28 April 1849

Literature. THE EXEOUTION OF MARIE ANTOINETTE. [History of the Girondists by Delamartine.] The cortege left the Conciergerie amidst cries of "Vive la Republique !" "Place a V'Autrichienne !" "Place a la veuve Capet! " "A bas la tyrannie ! " The Commedian Grammont, aide-de-camp of Ronsin, gave the example and the signal to the people, brandishing his naked sword, and parting the crowd by the breast of his horse. The hands of the Queen being bound, deprived her of support against the jolting of the car --upon the pavement. She endeavoured by every means to preserve her equilibrium, and the dignity of her attitude. "These are not your cushions of Trianon," shouted some wretches to her. The cries, the looks, the laughter, and gestures of the people overwhelmed her with humiliation. Her cheeks changed continually from purple to paleness, and revealed the agitation and reflux of her blood. Notwithstanding the care she had taken of her toilette, the tatter ed appearance of her dress, the c...

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European Extracts. THE WEAK POINT OF CRIMINAL LAW REFORM. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 28 April 1849

European Extracts. -0 THE WEAK POINT OF CRIMINAL LAW REFORM. How to deal with your criminal population? -That is the question which just now agi tates many of the most enlightened, and practical minds in the country. Lord Ashley attacks that devoted race-for it is to a great degree a separate caste,-in its youth ful branches, though not exclusively; Capt. Maconochic perseveres in pleading the cause of the convicted prisoner; Mr. Matthew Hill endeavours to amend the lot of children convicts; Mr. Frederick Hill carries the conscientious zeal and ability of his family beyond the dictate of mere official duty in diligently promoting the improvement of prisons of all kinds within his district; Mr. Charles Pearson is engaged by the London Corporation to consider the mode of dealing with criminal vagrants, male and female; Mr. Jackson, of the London City Mission, goes among thieves unconvicted but confessed in their calling, and attempts their reforma tion by religious influence and the su...

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THE THREATENED MASSACRE AND PLUNDER OF CALCUTTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 28 April 1849

TIHE THREATENED MASSACRE AND PLUN DER OF CALCUTTA.-The following parti culars of the "Plot" for the proposed mass acre and plunder of Calcutta will be found to be generally correct :-lHad it even met with a better fate than being nipped in the bud, as it has been, it is quite improbable that it could cause more than considerable fright to the quiet denizens of the Ditch and perhaps some little amount of mischief. Nevertheless there can be little question that the design was as comprehensive as it was destructive, having been intended to compass nothing more nor less than a general massacre of all the European and Christian population, and the plunder of all their and the goverment property. The mode in which it was intended to be carried out was by seducing the native troops at Barraekpore and Dum-Dum from their allegiance, and on a particular night, which was to be fixed for the purpose, they were to make a combined excursion upon Calcutta, and with the co-operation of other allies...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 28 April 1849

MARRIED.   On the 7th instant, at St. Mark's Church, by the Rev. T. C. Russell, C. J. Smithers, Esq., to Maria, second daughter of Samuel Morgan, Esq., and niece of the late Sir Henry Jebb, of Dublin. DIED. At Goulburn, Argyle, New South Wales, Mrs. M. E. Smith, wife of Mr. W. H. Smith, watchmaker, and daughter of Mr. R. Legg, coal merchant, late of Exeter, Devon.

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Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 28 April 1849

YASS. --- CRICKET MATCH. --- The return match be tween eleven gentlemen of the district, and eleven of the Yass players, came off on the 13th instant, and was won by the latter; the gentlemen took the first innings and scored 63 ; the Yass players fol lowed and scored 144. When after partaking of a good lunch provided by Mr. Moses Moses, in his best style, the gentlemen again went in in full confi dence : they had scored 37 runs as the sun went down, when the umpires stopped the play, the gen tlemen having four wickets to go down, and seeing they had no chance of winning, they gave up the match. Little need be said of the playing during this match; the fielding of the Yass players was of a superior description; the gentlemen proved them selve tolerable batsmen, but were greatly deficient at bowling and in the field. ACCIDENT. --- A mean of the name of Patrick Maher, a Goulburn carrier, while driving his team last week in Sydney, was knocked down by one of his bullocks, and one of th...

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GOULBURN MARKET PRICES. FRIDAY, MAY 4, 1848. FLOUR AT THE MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 5 May 1849

GOULBURN MARKET PRICES. FRIDAY, MAY 4, 1848. FLOUR AT THE MILLS. First quality. ............ per ton..£! 1 Seconds ........................£10 Ration.......................... . 9 WHEAT at the Mill, 3s. per bushel. The supply not plentiful. OATrs-2s. to 2s. 3d. per bushel. No parcels, of consequence brought into town. BARLEY-Cape, Is. Od. to 2s. MAIzE--Scarce, this season having proved a failure. BREAD-Three-pence per 2 lb. loaf. HIAY-45s. per ton. A steady rise in price is ex pected owing to the scarcity of feed every where. PoTATOrE?s-Black, 6s. to 7s. per hundred. DAInY PRoDUcE--Butter, fresh 10d., salt Sd., eggs 8d. per dozen wholesale; bacon 4d. to 41d. wholesale. The late arrivals have been better in quality than usual; cheese 3d. to 31d. The Rother wood brand is still the favorite. WooL-More disposition to buy amongst our store-keepers. Coarse wool in advance fully id. per lb. TALLow-First quality station, beef £25, mutton £20. These prices are for tallow of first quality and...

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To the Editor of the "Goulburn Herald." [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 5 May 1849

To the Editor of the " Goulburn Herald." Sts,--In your last issue I took the liberty of draw ing public attention to [the act at present in force respecting " Licen'sed Hawkers;" and shall now offer a few observations on the injurious effect and inj ustice of making road-side Publicans pay an equal amount to the revenue for their licenses as those situated in towns. There are numerous reasons against the present system :-In the first place, very many of them do not see, in these days, the face of a traveller during the 24 hours: many may surmise that what was, is, and that the publican's receipts are as large now as what they were in former times, but it is not so; and yet, according to the General Licensing Act, they are compelled to keep the same accommodation, servants, &c. as the town publican, withou't one hun. dredth part of the chances of the latter, whose bar is seldom to be found without a customer. Not withstanding all this, the road-side Publican is compelled toep...

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TO [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 5 May 1849

TO --- Can I forget our childish days? .When life and love were young, When nature's voice the heart obeys, Ere flattery soiled the tongue: 0 0 no-for then I deemed thee true And life and love to me were new. Can I forget those childish days ? When every thought of mine But sought for pleasure in thy praise, And in thy look divine: 0! no-for these were happy hours, And sorrow had not sought our bowers, Can I forget the happy time ? When first I breathed to thee The tale of love, and when the chime Of thy answer came like melody Of distant music on my ear, So soft, so sweet, but ah how clear. Ah no, for memory has the will To trace o'er every scene; To tell us what we were and still To say-what might have been; A record of our fate it is, A mockery of our wretchedness. Then since those days no more return, Since we no more must meet; Since memory still broods o'er the urn Of love and friendship sweet; Farewell, and may thine only tear lBe shed upon my lowly bier. W. V. R.

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Original Poetry. TO [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 5 May 1849

TO - Alas! long months that seem to me like years, Have pass'd away since last I wrote to thee; Days of anuxiety, and nights of tears, And sleepless wretchedness they were to me. I cannot tear thine image from my heart, No, time and absence make thee yet more dear; Love, passionate as mine, can nL'er depart Tho' unrequited, and tho' I must bear In silence thy neglect, perchance thy scorn For loving thee too deeply, and too well; The cold world's censure might be lightly borne, But thine would pain me, more than words could tell. When first I saw thee, to my heart there rush'd The feeling that my destiny with thine Was interwoven; but all hope it crush'd, For well I knew thy love would ne'er be mine. Might I be near thee dearest, evermore, To listen to the music of thy voice, To gaze upon the form that I adore, How would this heart in ecstacy rejoice ! But that can never be-thou lov'st me not, I, who would give all-evr'y thing for thee, Oh God! I must live on uulov'd, forgot By him w...

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Original Correspondence. To the Editor of the "Goulburn Herald." [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 5 May 1849

To the Editor of the " Goulburn Herald." SmI,-It was with great pleasure that I read the letter signed, " Anti-pre-emption," in your columns of last Saturday, and were it not that I consider, that as " the rock from constant dripping is worn away," so the flinty hearts of our rulers may be tired out (not softened) by the re-iteration of the wrongs of our'class, I would gladly leave the mat ter in the hands of so able an advocate. However, as straws thrown up show the direction of the wind, trifles from even so humble a pen as mine may show the Government what is the feeling of my fellow sufferers. That we are being made the dupes of the Government is but too clear from the answers received to our applications for permissi on to purchase our small farms. The Colonial Secretary distinctly states that 20 acres is the minimum quantity of land that will be sold by the Government, and that all lands held under lease will be at any time open to purchase, and yet many applicants for small f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 5 May 1849

Subscribers' Names and Advertisements will be received at the Printing Ofice, Auburn-street, Goulburn, and by the fol lowing Agents : SYDNEY ........ Mr. T. EDWARDS, Bookseller, (late Magee) Pitt.street, near Hunter-street QUEANBEYAN .... Mr. S. NUTTER BUNGONIA ...... Mr, TRIMBLE BERRIMA........ Mr. YASS ............ Mr. N. CHAPMAN GUNDAGAI ...... Mr SinPsoN. Inn-keeper BRAIDWOOD ..... Mr. WILLIAMS, Storekeeper LAKE GEORGE,... Mr. SAM. CnOWTHER MARULAN, ...... Mr. FIUt.LJAMES BUNGENDORE... Mr. O. BYRNE BINDA ........... Mr. MlonnIs, Inn-keeper JUYONG FLAT ee Mr. SHEAHAN, Innkeeper. BURROWA........ Mr. BURLEY, Innkeeper MANEROO........ Mr. HIBBURD. ALBURY........... Mr. D. MAc?AY. WAGGA WAGGA... Mr. J. RoBERTS, Innkeeper WOLLONGONG.... Mr. MusonAvE TUMUT RIVER.... Mr. JAMES ADAMS. (All letters must be post paid.) ADVERTISEMENTS are charged 2s. Od. fir the first inch of space, and Is. for each additional inch, each insertion; and all advertisements thot do not state on the face of the...

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