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Police Intelligence. FRIDAY, JUNE 8th, 1849. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 9 June 1849

FnIDAY, JUNE 8th, 18409. Before J. F. M'ARTAun, Esq., J. P. and W. H. HOVELL, Esq., J. P. HIRED SERVANTS ACT.-Mr. Robert Patterson, of Chertsburgh, superintendent for Chas. Cowper, Esq., M.L, C., appeared to answer the complains of Anthony Wallace, uncle and next friend to Thos. Wallace a minor, for the non-payment of wages. Mr. Hamilton Walsh conducted the case for the complainant. It appeared from the evidence, that Anthony Wallace entered into agreement with Mr. Cowper on behalf of and with the consent of Thomas Wal lace for the said Thomas Wallace to serve Mr Cow per as shepherd for the space of twelve months for which service he was to receive the sum of £17. Thomas Wallace duly entered on the agreement and on the 22th May left the' em ployment. The evi dence clearly established the fact- that the separa tion was by mutual consent: even the witness who was called for the defence, Daniel Carey, describing himself as sheep watchman " by profession;' stated upon oath that he was w...

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

MARRIED. ON Thursday last, at St. Saviour's Church, Goul- burn, by the Rev. W. Sowerby, His Honor Mr. Justice Manning, to Eliza Ann, second daughter of the Rev. W. Sowerby, of the Parsonage, Goulburn.

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

ST. VINCENT AND AUCKLAND ELECTION. --- H. Wallace, Esq., the returning officer, has appointed the undermentioned places for receiving the votes of the electors in the event of a poll being demand- ed:-- The Court-Houses at Braidwood, Broulee, and Eden; the public store at Ulladulla, and the house of Mr. Twyford, at Jervis' Bay. The nomination of candidates will take place on Thursday next, the 14th, and the polling on the 20th inst. LIBERTY or THE PRESS. --- Davies, the Chief Con- stable of Batlhurst, against whom some serious charges were lately made, has commenced proceed- ings against the proprietor of the Bathurst Advocate for libel. The affair was initiated at the Polioe Office on Friday se'nnight. ESCAPE. --- Brian M'Maunus who was lately com mitted for trial by the Wagga Wagga Bench, managed to effect his escape from the escort in a very bare-faced manner. When the policeman and his prisoner arrived near Nangus on their way down to Goulburn, the latter complained that he was ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 16 June 1849

NEW. BOOKS Just arrived and on sale at the ' GOULBURN HERALD" OFFICE,' AUBUIN STREEIT, GOULBUIRN, COM'I.ISING-? Chronicle of Crime, or the New. Newgate,Calendar 2 vols. Johnson's Lives of the Poets Robertson's H-istory of Scotland . . History of America : Travels in Mexico and California --- Sicily and Malta - EgyPlt and the Holy Land Russia, Tartary, &c. Bulwer's .Rienizi - Paul Clifford Dickens' Pickwick Papers - - Nicholas Nidkleby Cooper's Red Rdver - ' :Lionel Lincoln - Pioneers ...... Hunchback of Notre'Dame The Hungarian Brothers Scott's Fbrtui'es'of Nigel, 3 vols. -, Rfob Roy , mestipc Senues, 3, vols. ihe Heretic, by F. B. Shaw, B.A., 3,vols,. Betrothed Loyvers, 3vols. ,. : : : Forgeti:~ie-Not, gilt, with numerobtis'Plats' - Life. of Napoleon Buounaparte-i. :ii .: Cook's:Voyages e: . .::'.... ... Life and Adventures of Robinson Cirusoe .. Tlaes of tlie East, Arbiiian Nights IEntertainments, o." nomance, of RealLifer :. listtory of the United States i... : Smollett's...

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Impoundings. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 16 June 1849

AT Gunning, on the 30th and 31st days of May, 18409:-One brown ox, apparently HP conjoined off rump; one brindle and white cow, apparently 33 ribs, MO conjoined rump near side; one browa.ox, apparently H B rump, WR thigh off side, off, ear marked ; one black ox, grey face, apparently WL offrump; one yellow cow, 3 near rump, akey braultd rump; W with EF under thigh, EF ribs: 3 shoulder off side; one brindle cow, same brand; one red yearling steer, no brand visible; one black yearling heifer, with a cross on thigh off side; one yellow and white cow, I-HW5 ribs off side; one yellow and white cow, 3B ribs, B shoulder off side, with a red and white bull calf, unbranded; damages Is. each; one black colt, star in forehead, part of off hind fetlockl white, 1H near shoulder, 2 years old; one black mare, small starin the forehead, DI shoulder, O under saddle near side, with a bay fillyfoal, black points, unbranded, 4 years old; trespass 3d. each. If not released on or before the 25th June, th...

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MELBOURNE MARKET—FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 1849. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 16 June 1849

MELBOURNE MARKE T-FnIDAY, JvUNE 8, 1840. FAT CATTLE.-Of good quality have advanced in price this week, and are now worth from Os. to Os. Gd. per 100 Ibs.; the supply throughout the week was small: inferior quality sold at about Os. 6d. to Ts. per 100 lbs. Goon FAT WETHERns.-Are worth about I1d. per lb., the supply this week has been mostly of in ferior quality; store wethers, sold at 4s. Gd. each. there has been a good demand. SALE or SHEEP.-Mr. Dalmahoy Campbell sold on the 2,1d inst., 000 fat sheep at 7s. per head, they had been shorn in March and consequently had little wool on them. SALE OF CATTLE.-- lr. Dalmahoy Campbell sold on the 4th inst., 47 head of fat cattle, at £3 7s. per head, and 5th inst., 110 head dittod, at £2 5s. per ditto. MIXED HEnDs of CATTLE.-Are worth from uls. to 18s. each, according to condition :-Sales took place this week at those prices. Steers, for yoking, sold at from 30s. to 40s. eaeh,-the demand is very small, there are several buyers in the market f...

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SYDNEY MARKETS.—FRIDAY, JUNE 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 16 June 1849

SYDNEY MARKETS.--FtIDAY, JUNE 8. [From the Sydney Morning HIerald, June 0.] THE large quantity of English Gin lately imported has been the cause of the Legislative Council taking into consideration the high duty at which it has been admitted preventing the sale of it; and as there is every probability of large quantities coming forward, active steps are being taken by interested parties for a reduction to the scale of low duties, and we believe with every prospect of success: when this regulation comes in force, and it becomes ge nerally known at home, there will be a stop put to shipments of Foreign Gin; we have little doubt that ourpresentvery limited supply of case Gin arises in some measure from the quantity of English Gin that has been sent out. It is rumoured that there is likely to be a duty of one shilling per gallon imposed on all Wines, in place of 15 per cent. ad valoremrn duty uow in lorce; such a regulation would check the importation of cheap wines, of which there is s...

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Commercial Intelligence. GOULBURN MARKET—FRIDAY, JUNE 15, 1849. FLOUR AT THE MILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 16 June 1849

Commercial Intelligence. GOULBURN MARKET-FRIDAY, JUaN 1, 1840. FLOUR AT THE MILL. First quality ..................per ion £11 Seconds.......................£ , 10 Ration... .................... ,£ 60 WHEAT.-About a hundred bushels were sold by public aution a few days' since at 2s. 7d. and im mediately resold at Ss. There is no change of importance to note in our markets this week.

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THE CATASTROPHE AT GLASGOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 16 June 1849

THE CATASTROPHE AT GLASGOW. [From the Times, February 20.] WE lament to announce a most appalling event which occurred in the Theatre. Royal, Dunlop-street, last night. About eight o'clock, the alarm of fire was given from the upper gallery; and it turn ed out in reality that a lighted paper had come in contact with an escape of gas, and produced a small flame; but it was so insig nificant that it was extinguished by the per sons in the vicinity. At first there was a slight commotion visible throughout the. house. M1Iany in the gallery did not know, apparently, whether to treat the alarm of fire as a real or false one. Several persons from the stage and other parts of the house came forward and shouted, at the top of their voices,-" Keep your seats-there is no danger"; and a round or two of cheering [was given. But in the midst of this a fran tic panic arose, and there was a general rush :from the upper gallery towards the stairs which lead to the street. It may be neces sary here t...

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THE CHIEF CONSTABLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 16 June 1849

THE CwIEt CoNSTABLE.-Davies has been se verely reprimanded on one of the charges, and ac quitted on the other two. We have been informed, by undoubted authority, that Mr. Davies would cer tainly have been dismissed, had it not been for the strong recommendations of our Police Magistrate. -Bathurst Advocate, June 0. SEPARATIoN OF VICTOnIA.-We learn from the English papers that the 1311l for the separation of Port Phillip from the colony of New South Wales, and its government under the name of Vicforia, has been prepared. In the Legislative Council one third of the members are to be nominated by the Governor. T'he establishments of government, justice, and religion, are provided for by schedules not subject to the control of the Legislature. The management of the Customs is to continue an Im perial matter. The Land and General Revenues are to remain on their present footing. Appoint ment to offices will follow the rules hitherto in force. We perceive no liberalization of existing in s...

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Sydney News. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, JUNE 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 16 June 1849

Sydney News. 0- LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, JUNE 5. The ATTORNEY-GENERAL asked leave to postpone until Thursday the 14th instant, the motion for leave to introduce a Bill for consolidating and amending the laws rela ting to publicans. Leave granted. Mr. LOWE gave notice of his intention, on Tuesday next, to move, that a Select Committee be appointed to inquire into the management of the waste lands of the Crown, the appropriation of the revenue derived therefrom, and the influenee of such manage m.ent and appropriation upon the coloniza tion of the territory; the Committee to con sist of Mr. Cowper, the Colonial Secretary, Mr. Hamilton, Mr. J. Macarthur, Mr. Lamb, the Speaker, and Mr. Murray. Fotir Messages were brought up from his Excellency the Governor, viz. ; No. 18S-Enclosing a copy of a despatch from the :Secretary of State, intimating that the Royal Assent had been given to the General Cemetery-Act. No. 19-Enclosing a copy of a despatch from the Secretary of State in reply ...

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To the Editor of the "Goulburn Herald." [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 16 June 1849

To the Editor of the " Goulburn Hierald." Ssr,-Bushranging is becoming quite the fashion now-a-days. Every week furnishes its list of black. faced robberies committed with the most perfect imtpunity, that such events have almost ceased to be wondered at. The expectations of the gentlemen who make thieving a trade are suited to the timnes. In these days of depression the most insignificant article is, to them, of value, evidencing perhaps that they are just now merely keeping their connection together and their "hauds in." People who are following a more legitimate call ing and who expend much money and labor in pro. ducing the necessaries of life do not feel pleased, I assure you, at the visits of these gentry. They think, and with great justice, that it is a hard ease that the Government will afford them no protection. Although it is not possible to havel'a police force stationed at every mile of road, an augmentation of thle present body might be made, and a little more alacrity m...

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CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT, TUESDAY JUNE 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 16 June 1849

CENTRAL (IIRIMTIINAL COURT, TUESDAY J'UNE 5. eore His Honor the' CHIEP JUSTICE. .Charles "Bethier, late 'of Brisbahe, la t01j re?.; was iixdict d for having 'on the 3rd Felbruary, 1849, feloniously assaulted and violated the person of one Mary Evans. : The prosecutrix, a woman of about forty -years of age, and a native of Germany, swore most positively to the offence being committed, and also that the prisoner had eendeavoured to persuade a black fellow to commit a similar offence. That the pri soner not only ill-used and beat her, but that he likewise robbed her of a cheque for 'two pounds and a silver watch. SOn the other hand, some of the witnesses called for the prosecution, stated that al though the woman had at one time been a teetotaller, she had several times lately been in a state of intoxication, and that she also had the character of being a prostitute. Mr. I-Iolroyd, in defence of the prisoner, contended that her character was so bad that he was sure tile ju'y would not ...

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To the Editor of the "Goulburn Herald." [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 16 June 1849

To the Editor of the " Goulburn Herald." SIm,-What has become of your correspondent, " Stubbs:" is he alive or has he fallen a victim to the smells of drains, stagnant pools, and boiling down establishments, with which the atmosphere of our beautiful town is scented,both day and night? If he was in Goulburn on Sunday last, I am 'onfi dent his nose was charmed with the uniqueness of the predominant efluvia of that day. It was what a connoisseur like him would call a " full bodied smell," indeed, to speak vulgarly, it was so thick that you might have cut it with a knife. I took the trouble to ascertain its origin, and with a courage for which you will, I am sure, give me every credit, I marched fearlessly in the direction of its greatest strength. Mly steps were by that means directed to a butcher's establishment in Auburn-street, where I discovered some stinking meat in process of being boiled for the sake of extracting a few pounds of tallow! This process, remember, was being car ri...

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GREAT PROTEST MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 16 June 1849

GREAT PROTEST MEEITIN A public meeting of the citizens of Sydney was held yesterday at the Circular Wharf, nearly on the site of the old Government House, for the purpose of protesting against the landing of convicts arrived by the Hash emy in Sydney. Notwithstanding the inele mency of the weather, the rain falling in torrents during the whole of the meeting, upwards of 5000 persons were assembled at the hour of noon. Mr. Campbell in the Chair. Our limited space precludes us from giv ing in extenzso the speeches which were de livered on this occasion; the following are the most striking passages from the same. The Chairman said that he and most of those present, had children growing up, and it would be far better to people the colony with these, than with such men as were pro posed to land amongst them. He wars clquite sure thalt the native youth whom he saw surrounding him, would agree with him, that the country would go on step by step, as an integral portion of the British empire...

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To the Editor of the " Goulburn Herald." [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 16 June 1849

To the Editor of the " Goulburn Herald." San,--Passing down Auburn-street, a few days since I was startled at hearing the piteous cry of a ohild and on looking round, observed a Native Com panion attacking a little girl, who was toddling across the road. The bird was packing at the child's neck, fortunately in no very dangeruus part, e and although its attack was endeavoured to be eluded, tile bird followed up withl dctermination, and had not some one interfered, I doubt not but that serious consequences would have resulted. If such cldangerous birds are allowed to wander through the streets, no parent can trust their child out of sight. I am, Sir, your's &c., A FATHER. Goulburn, Wednesday.

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 16 June 1849

TO CORRESPONDENTS. A TALE, by it correspoudett who has fifty-four let ters to his name, will appear next week. Have all our local Poets and Poetesses gone to California? FeieLBs INGENUITY is very good and will appear nExt week. THE GOULBURN HERALD. SATURDAY, JUNE 16, 1849.

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To the Editor of the "Goulburn Herald." [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 16 June 1849

To the Editor of the " Goulburn Herald." Sis,--From a return made by the Principal Su perintendent of Convicts, it appears that the Yass Bench has applied for two hundred Exiles to be forwarded to this district. JIf a volcano had burst out in our town, it. could not have caused greater consternation than has this intelligence. Is it possible that the inhabitants of our peaceful neigh bourbood must submit to the injury and degradan tion caused by the introduction of so much vice. Is there no way of averting the threatened blow to our welfare ? We have not sufficient police to keep the district in order, and how shall we be situated when two hundred vagabonds are let loose among us ? Will not our representative, Mr. Murray, aid us in our hour of peril ? It appears that only four persons signed the applicatiou for the convicts, and for the especial benefit of these four persons, the wishes of a community are to be disregarded. I trust that the virtuous and wise of this district will im...

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LATE ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 16 June 1849

LATE ENGLISH NEWS. By late arrivals we have Home news to the 8th March. From the summary of Parliamentary pro ceedings published in the Times, we observe, that on the 6th .February Sir George Grey brought in a bill for continuing the suspen sion of the Habeas Corpus Act in Ireland for six months. There was. little opposition to the measure, which was read a third time by a majority of 168 to 13. The bill sub sequently passed the House of Lords. On the 8th February Lord Ca.npbell'in troduced a bill to abolish the punishment of transportation for simple larceny. In the House of Coummons Sir IR. H. Iunglis moved for and obtained a return of the com mnunications respecting the rank of Roman Catholic prelates in the colonies. On the 12th February the progress of the Chancellor of the Exchequer's Billfor granting £50,000 for the purpose of relief to certain Unions in the west of Ireland, called forth the angry declamations of the Irish membeis; all of them opposing tihe grant of £50,000 p...

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SEDUCTION, MURDER AND SUICIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 16 June 1849

SEDUCTION, MUlRDER AND SUICIDE. THE Hampshire Advertiser records a la mentable case:--Mtellicent Balch Maguire, whose mother is a widow, residing in South ampton, in an evil hour left her house (hav ing previouslyhad a child, which accompanied her) under the protection of Capt. Thomas Besant, of the Bengal infantry, with whom she lived as his wife for about a year and a halfpart of the time in London and latterly at Owslebery Cottage near Winchester. Some time since the Captain left her to go to Dorchester, and continued to correspond with her for some time upon ordinary topics, when at length she received a letter con taining the intelligence that he was gone to India with his wife. The unhappy woman was frantic at this unanticipated blow. On Sunday last she destroyed herself and her child in the following manner, the facts being elicited at the inquest held, on Wed nesday, at Owlesbury. The chief facts were proved by James Alexander, who said he lived with Capt. Besant as groom, a...

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