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To the Editor of the "Goulburn Herald." [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 9 June 1849

To the Editor of the " Goulburn Heraald." Sin,-A. B. C enquired of you whether the Clerk of Petty Sessions for this district had an auctioneer's license: you have answered in the affirmative. Without intending to doubt for a moment the truth of your assertion, I beg to inform you that I was present in the Police Court when the Autioneer's Licenses were granted at the Annual Licensing Day, but I do not recollect any application being made by the gentleman referred to. I believe that ALL licenses must be applied for in open court at certain times, and that the applications must be read aloud and recommended by the Bench. Can you inform me if this was done ? D. E. Goulburn, June 4, 1848.

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 9 June 1849

THE proceedings of the Legislative Coun cil bid fair to verify our predictions-that they will afford a little excitement in these dull days of low prices for wool and catarrh. The only debates of any interest that have taken place, since we last touched upon the proceedings of the Council are those relative to Mr. Cowper's motion which proposed an Address to the Governor requesting that he would not cause the convicts intended for Port Phillip to be landed in Sydney, and that the convicts arriving in the har bour of Port Jackson might not be dispersed in the distant districts, or to the same effect, and Mr. Bowman's motion to investi gate the qualification of the Member for Cook and Westmoreland. With respect to the debate on the first mentioned subject, we exclaim with Iago, -we like not that. It was here made .clear as observed by Mr. Lowe " that all such motions must always fail." The di vision upon this occasion, indexed the state of parties, as also certain honorable members op...

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 — 9 June 1849

To the Editor of the " Goulburn Herald." SIa,-I am happy to observe that the Govern ment have brought in a Bill to amend the Pedlar's and Hawker's Act. Not having seen a draft of the bill nor heard anything about its objects, I am afraid that it is one of those measures which are from time to time introduced for the purpose of se curing better means of enforcing the provisions of the existing law. If it be of that class, I can assure you that it will disappoint the hopes and reasonable expectations of the community, and will fall far short of the requirements of the times. Although no shop-keeper, I am well aware of the serious in. jury the hawkers inflict on that class of the commu nity. Competition ceases to be wholesome when a preference is given to a class which must ultimate ly destroy it: for how can a store-keeper compete long with an itinerant vendor of wares, whose whole expense consists in hay and cart-grease. What prospect do our towns afford for the industrious to come i...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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THE COMING ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 9 June 1849

THE COMING ELECTION. MR, HOLROYD has withdrawn himself from the contest for the representation of St.Vin cent and Auckland. We make this announcement with sincere regret, and we are confident bar feelings 11ll be shared by the great bulk of the electors for the united counties. The learned barrister has we think sadly under-rated his popularity. From all we can learn, his return was certain; however, his diffidence has made him think otherwise and the electors are now left to decide be tween two noodles. " How they will get through this diffioulty remains to be seen. Had Mr. Holroyd gone to the poll, there .would not have been a moment's hesitation in choosing a candidate; that gentleman's great ability, vast information, and perfect acquaintance with constitutional law, would have secured him the votes of the intelligent classes; but now, where are they to find a man upon whom to bestow the most valued privilege of free men ? The interest in the issue of the election has passed awa...

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 — 9 June 1849

To the Editor of the " Goulburn Herald." Srn,-Be good enough to inform me whether the Bench of Magistrates at Goulburn have framed any regulations respecting Commonage, according to the directions of the Colonial Secretary's letter received some time since. If they have, I think they should be published in your paper in order to give as much publicity to them as possible. It is probable that as the business of framing the neces sary regulations devolved upon the whole Bench, no one magistrate in particular would feel inclined to take the trouble of drawing them up: therefore, like all matters which concern every body, nobody will be found to attend to them. Had the land been placed under the trustee ship of some of our towns-people, the regulations would have been pub lished long since. Sir, I remain, Your obedient servant, A ONE COW-KEEPER. Auburn-street, Tuesday.

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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NEW TRIALS IN THE SMALL DEBTS' COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 9 June 1849

NEW TRIALS IN THE SMALL DEBTS' COURT. DURING the April sittings of the Small Debts Court, a Mr. Graham, a butcher, in this town, sued a Mr. Duigan. The plain tiff having sworn to his claim, the defendant was about to enter on his defence, when Captain Rossi, the Chairman of the Bench, informed him that as he had not filed a plea in conformity with the rules of Court, he could not be heard. Defendant having urged that two of his material witnesses were absent, the Bench, upon affidavit being made to that effect, consented to allow a new trial. The case came on for hearing at the next sittings of the Court, namely on Monday last, when Mr. Hamilton Walsh opposed the hearing of the case upon the grounds, that the defendant had not com plied with the requirements of the 18th section of the act, the only one which au thorised the Court to grant a new trial. The Bench held the objection of the learned attorney to be fatal and dismissing the case, ordered the prey'ious judgment to be confir...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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Original Correspondence. To the Editor of the "Goulburn Herald." [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 9 June 1849

-0 To the Editor of the " Goulburn Herald." Srn,-You are entitled to much praise for your advocacy of the rights of the small squatters. There is reason to believe that the crusade which has been so ignobly carried on for some months past in this district, is put a stop to, either by direction of the Government or at the suggestion of a relation of the chief actor in the crusade itself. I shall take the liberty of remarking that the Government has not acted fairly in the matter of these small squat ters who had rented sections, and which form at present a portion of the pre-emptive land of the granteesorpurchasers of adjoining lands. Previous tosections held under lease being given over in virtue or by right of pre-emption, the Government should have taken an account of such sections; and instead of giving them to the large holders they ought to give an equivalent, where that was practi cable, in some adjoining sections and allowed the lessees of those sections to hold them on the u...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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THE STAR OF NAPOLEON. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 9 June 1849

THE STAR ORF NAPOLEON.. EVERY reader of modern history will recol lect that striking scene in- Which i Napoldon: opened to the Empress Josephine his'resolve to `separate' from her, and to marry NMaria Louise of Austria, " for:the good of France and the establishment of his dynasty." .Jose phine, than no woman evenr behaved better. under such circumstances, is said to have taken Napoleon by the arnm, and leading him to the' window, pointed to -a: star,.' sid, " There is' the <star, it is my star-nliot yours. It is -my star that is fortunate, not .yours. From the moment. that you united your fate to mine, that star has continued to ascend. So long as they .remain. nited it will ascend, but mark me, and remember, if you sever my fate .from yours, your star will descend, and your fortune forsake you.". What she told him was .true.. He separated his fate from hers-his fortune forsook him. The alliance which he. formed .to est iblish his.dynasty only flattered to cirush him mor...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CONDITION OF IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 9 June 1849

CONDITION OF IlRELAND. [From the " Times."] THnrEu is no symptom of any improvement in the Irish social horizon, which is daily <becoming more hazy as the crisis approaches. Indeed, if entire credence is to be given to a provincial southern paper (the Limerick Examiner), the only visible sign of " clear ance" is to be found in a system of wholesale extermination of tenantry which is at present ravaging certain districts in the counties of -Limerick, Clare, and Kerry. In the last number of that journal there is a catalogue of misery which, if but the one half be true, shows a state of demoralization without pa rallel in any country professing to be governed by the laws of civilization. The record extends over two columnis of close print, but a few extracts, taken almost at random, will serve as samples for the whole. Thus a letter from Inagh, in the county of Clare, tells of thirty-five houses levelled, and the occupants amounting t9 200 souls sent houseless upon the wobrl...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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Sydney News. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, MAY 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 9 June 1849

Sydney News. -0-o-- LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.. TUESDAY, MAY 29. The COLONIAL SECRETARY laid upon the table a statement of the revenue and expen diture of the colony during the year 1848. Ordered to be printed. on Friday, to move that an address be pre sented to his Excellency the Governor pray ing that his Excellency will. be pleased.to cause to be laid upon the. table of this House, a return of the number of male adult immigrants which have arrived in. the colo ny . since the resumption of emigration on the. 12th of November, 1847, distinguish .ing those landed at Port Phillip, and: show ing the-trade or calling of every such immnii grant in each ship lrespectively;.: Mr. HA-MILTON gave notice of his inten tion, on Wednesday,. to move an address to the Governor, praying that his Excellency will cause to be laid upon the table of this House, a copy of any despatches on the sub ject of the testimony of the aboriginal na tives of the colonies, and the replies to them, from the year 1838 to...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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INGENIOUS AND EXTRAORDINARY ROBBERY OF JEWELLERY BY A PRETENDED CLERGYMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 9 June 1849

INGENIOUS AND EXTRAORDINARY ROBBERY OF J1EWELLERY BY A PRETENDED CLERGYMAN. ON Wednesday evening week, between five and six o'clock, a robbery, unique in recent annals of swindling, of jewels and watches, was perpetrated on Messrs. Lambert and Rawlings, goldsmiths, &c., of No 12,'Coven try-street, and corner of -Arundale-street, leading to Panton-square. . At the hour in question, a man dressed as a clergyman, about 40 years of age, five feet seven or eight inches high, rather stout, fresh complexion, full open face, rather bald, dark hair, no whiskers, lame, (or apparently so) in the right leg, of gentlemanly manners, bearing, and language,-entered the above shop, and having seen the principals said, "I want to make some wedding presents to some of my female friends at the Bishop of Winchester's, 19, St. James's-square." " Of what description ?" inquired Mr. Rawlings. `° I want some ladies' watches, chains, fancy pattern,. and bracelets." Articles of the kind asked for were...

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Small Debts Court. MONDAY, JUNE 4, 1849. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 9 June 1849

MoNDAy, JUNE 4, 1840. THIs being the day appointed for the hearing of causes in this Court, Capt. HovELL, J.P., took his seat on the Bench at .about half-past ten o'clock. A second Magistrate not being in attendance, the Court was unable to proceed with cases in which the plaintiff sought to recover more than £5, GRAHAM V. DUIGoA. - This was an action brought to recover from defendant a certain sum for butcher's meat supplied by plaintiff. The case w.as heard during the April sittings of the Court, when a verdict having been given for plaintiff, Mr. Ogle, as attorney for defendant, applied for and obtained a new trial. The application was made upon affidavit setting forth that two of defendant's material witnesses were absent. The case came on for hearing this day, when Mr. Hamilton Walsh, who appeared for plaintiff, objected to the proceedings, in as much as defend ant had not complied with the 8th section of the Act, which required the defendant, on a new trial being granted, " to...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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LOVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 9 June 1849

LOVE. Oh! yet one smile, though dark may lour Around the clouds of woe and ill, Let me yet feel that I have power, Mid Fate's bleak storms, to soothe thee still. Though sadness be upon thy brow, Yet let it turn, dear love, to me, I cannot bear that thou shouldst know Sorrow I do not share with thee. True love's wreath is of mountain flowers, They stand the storm and brave the blast, And blossom on, so love like ours Is sweetest when all else is past.

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Country News. MANEROO. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 9 June 1849

Country News. [ranos oUR CORRESPONDENT.] WEANEROO. CAUTION TO FARMERns.--A very distressing occur rence took place. at the head station of Mr. John Cosgrove, Ballingera, on the Murrumbidgee River, on Wednesday night last. Two noble animals (draught) in first-rate condition, one an 'entire,' five years old, the other a brood mare, heavy in foal, got access to some wheat that was left on the bank of the river, not a pistol shot from the house, and tho' being carefully put into bags and covered over with a tarpaulin under a dray, (not being sufficient ly dry after getting washed to remove into the stores), those two fine horses strolled to where it lay on Tuesday night last, and by some unlucky .chance, managed to get at and feed on it without being discovered until the following morning (Wed nesday), when it was perceived from indications in the animals that they had feasted upon the ' fatal re past.' Expecting exercise wouldgo a material way to wards reheving them from the baneful ef...

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Select Poetry. THE HOME OF THE HEART. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 9 June 1849

THE HOME OF THE HEART. 'Tis home where'er the heart is; W.here'er it's loved ones dwell, In cities or in cottages, Throng'd haunts or mossy dell: The heart's a rover ever, And thus on wave and wild, The maiden with her lover walks, The mother with her child. .'Tis bright where'er the heart is; Its fairy spells can bring Fresh fountains to the wilderness And to the desert-spring. There are green isles in each ocean, O'er which affection glides; And a haven on each rugged shore, When love's the star that guides. 'Tis free where'er the heart is; Nor chain nor dungeon dim, May check the mind's aspirings; The spirit's pealing hymn ! The heart gives life its beauty, Its glory and its power, 'Tis sunlight to its rippling stream, And soft dew to its flower.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 9 June 1849

Goulburn Amateur Theatre. The public are respectfully informed, the Amateurs intend re-opening ON MONDAY, -JUNE 11, 1849,. IN once more addressing the public, the members of the above Theatre would beg to rehiild tlie inhabitants of Gotlburn and its vicinity, that' thl.y have gone to some considerable expense in prov.it ing new Dresses, Scenery, and Decorations, likewvse in rendering more commodious and rooniy thht portion of the Theatre set apart for those with whosa company they may be honored, and therefore trust that the patronage so liberally bestowed on them last season may be so far extended as to warrant their increased outlay. For particulars of the performances, see the small bills. HENRY BEAUFOY, Stage Manager. Goulburn Hospital. T ENDERS for the supply of the undermentioned articles to the GOULBURN HOSPITAL, will be received at the Hospital Buildings until MONDAY, the 18th instant, at 6 o'clock, p.m, Tea, (Congou) .............at per lb. Hysonskin Tea............... at p...

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THE LATE MRS. LINTOTT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 9 June 1849

THE LATE MRS. LINTOTT. THE following well-merited tribute to the memory of this lady has been forwarded to us. We have much pleasure in publishing it. To the Editor of the " Goulburn Heiald." Srn,-Permit me through the medium of your columns, to pay a brief but sincere tribute of res pect to the memory of one, who, within the last few days, has been removed from this to another and a better world. The late Mrs. Lintottwas a lady of no ordinary stamp. Endued with considerable intellectual pow. ers which had been most sedulously cultivated, .she was one of the brightest ornaments of that laborious but ill-requited profession, which circumstances caused her to adopt, and her loss is deeply deplored by those, who perceiving her superior worth, had availed themselves of her invaluable services. Her acquirements extended to a thorough ac quaintance with the English, French and Italian languages and a moderate knowledge of the German and of the rudiments of the Latin tongue. She de lighted...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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ENEMIES TO THEIR COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 9 June 1849

ENEMIES TO THEIR COUNTRY. THE reader will observe that we were per fectly correct when we announced the fact, some two months since, that applications had been made to the Government for the Convicts who are daily expected from En gland. The return published below indicates the moral feelings and principles of one class of Ciloanits, brit it is yet to be seen whether the larger portion of the popu lation will allow a few individuals, for the sake of their selfish interests, to introduce the dregs of society amongst them. Our limited space will not allow us this week to refer further to the subject, but the reader may be assured that we shall not lose sight of it altogether. Return of Applications for appropriation of Ticket of.Ieave holders, or Exiles, showing the Benches or persons applying for them, and the number required by each. Name of Bench Number or of men Remarks. person applying. applied for. Armidale .. .. .. 150 Bathurst .. .. .. 350 Binnalong .. ..... 100 Brisbane .. .....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 9 June 1849

Subscribers' Names and Advertisements will be received at the Printing qOice, Auburn-street, Goulburn, and by the fol. lowing Agents : SYDNEY ........ Mr. T. EDWARDS, Bookseller, (late Magee) Pitt-street, near IHunter-street QUEANBEYAN .... Mr. S. NUTTER BUNGONIA ...... Mr, TRIMBLE BERRIMA........ Mr. YASS .......... Mr. N. CHAPMAN GUNDAGAI ...... Mr. SIMPsoN, Inn-keeper BRAID WOOD ..... Mr. WILLIAMS, Storekeeper LAKE GEORGE,..:; Mr SAM. CnOWTHER MARULAN, ...... Mr. FULLJAMES BUNGENDORE ... Mr. O. BYRNE BINDA ............ Mr. MonIs, Inn-keeper JUJYONG FLAT Mr. SHEA}AN, Inkeeper. Murrumbidgee .S A, Innkeeper. BURROWA........ Mr. HURLEY, Innkeeper MANEROO........ Mr. HIBBRnD. ALBURY.......... Mr. D. MACKAY. WAGGA WAGGA... Mr. J. ROBERTS, Innkeeper WOLLONGONG.... Mr. MUSGRnAVE TUMUT RIVER.... Mr. JAMES ADAMS. (All letters must be post paid.) ADVERTISEMENTS are charged 2s. Gd. for the first 'inch of space, and ls. for each additional inch, each insertion; and all advertisements that do ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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SERJEANT CHATTERTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 9 June 1849

SERJEANT CHIATTERTON. In passing through the crowded streets of this great metropolis, as the long rows of glittering windows seemed to look down upon me in endless succession, and the thou sands of green and yellow doors were open ing and shutting many times a-day, to let out or in husbands, wives, brothers, lovers; how often have I said to myself, " If we could but know half of what passes within these brick-and-mortar walls, if it were only in one single street or square, with what strange adventures, what ludicrous mishaps, what romantic histories, should we be fami liar ? " Every family has its own peculiar story to relate, either of its present self, or its shrouded ancestors; its wonderful escapes, or remarkable love passages-its renowned grandfather, or exquisitely lovely and ex tolled great-aunt. Could we but knock down the fronts of a few houses, just to gaze upon their goings-on within, our romance writers might then draw indeed from life models,-a fault which has been gr...

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