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Police Intelligence. FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 1849. Before J. F. M'ARTHUR, ESQ., J.P., and JAMES CHISHOLM, ESQ. J.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 23 June 1849

FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 1840. Before J. F. M'ARTHn s, ESQ., J.P., and JAMEs CHOsnoLsI, Esq. J.P. RoBBERY.-John0Clements was brought before the Bench this morning, upon a charge of assaulting and robbing a man named Houston, of £3 7s. lGd., and a silver watch, on Tuesday last. Houston not appearing to prosecute, the prisoner was discharged. HIRED SERVANTS AcT.-Mr. James Sinclair ap peared upon summons to answer the claim of Patrick Murphy. Mr. Hamilton Walsh conducted the case for the complainant. It appeared from the statement of the learned Attorney, that Murphy had been employed by Mr. Sinclair to shingle and execute certain carpentering work, by what is technically termed the "'job," from Jan. 1847 to Jan. 1840. Owing to Mr. Sinclair being unable to keep complainant constantly at work in that manner, lie agreed to allow him so much a day for the days he was employed at other work. In September 1847 complainant and de fendant balanced accounts, when a certain sum re. mained due to the fo...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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FALSE IMPRISONMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 23 June 1849

FALSE IMPRISONMENT. Tan Wagga Wagga Bench is evidently composed of a very nice set of magistrates, and the business of its Court conducted with a legal acuteness scarcely surpassed by any other tribunal of the same sort even in New South Wales. Last week we had the pleasure, undivi ded by any of our contemporaries, of placing the public in possession of a specimen of the manner in which justice is administered on the Murrumbidgee River, and this week we are prepared with another instance of stupidity and ignorance arising out of the same police court of that district. The two pictures will form a most instructive pair, and we earnestly recommend that they be framed and hung up in the court-house of every country bench throughout the colony. Some time since, the exact date is imma terial, a person with the aristocratically sounding name of Henry Maurice Oram French Blake, was brought before the Wagga Wagga Bench, upon a charge of having obtained money and goods under false pretences,...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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YASS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 23 June 1849

APPREHENSION OF MINIGAN.-Mr. Noel Chap man, our Chief Constable, having received informa.. tion of the where-abouts of the notorious Minigan a'ias Edward Murphy,who is suspected of having been concerned in the brutal murder of Mr. Isaac Davis, of Burrowa, some years since, started in company with Serjeant Morris of the Mounted Police and succeeded, after beiug'out sixteen days, during which they rode upwards of five hundred miles, in appre hending him. He was brought to town this day and safely lodged in the lock-up. Mr. Chapman and Serjeant Morris deserve great praise for their untiring exertions to secure this desperate character. Some three years since Mfr. Chapman rode sixteen hundred miles for the purpose of apprehending ten men, who were charged with bushranging, and suc ceeded in bringing them before the Bathurst Bench, by whom they were committed. PICKWIcK IN YaBS.-A strange report is now in circulation, in reference to a sage and venerable gentleman, who plumes himself on h...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 23 June 1849

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. The business before the I-ouse, on Tuesday, was not of much importance. The Yass School Lands Act (first reading) was postponed until Tuesday next. Mr. Darvall asked the Colonial Secretary, whether the charter party of the Hashemy, con tained a proviso that the Convicts by her might be transferred to any other colony; and whether the instructions received by the Government, in refer ence to the matter, contemplated that any objection to the landing of Convicts might arise, and in that case that the Executive might transfer them to another colony. The Colonial Secretary said, that no such dis cretion had been vested in the local government. It had been stated, that the government was em powered to direct the removal of Convicts by the Hashemy elsewhere, under certain circumstances; he would distinctly state, government had received no such instructions. There was a proviso in the Charter party of the Hashemy, similar to all vessels of that nature, by which the sh...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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Country News. BRAIDWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 23 June 1849

Country News. [FROM? OUR OWŽ CORRESPONDENTS.] R.AZDWOOD. Tui ELECTION.-As the returns have not come from the sea-coast, I am unable to forward you it statement of the poll. Some of the electors who promised to vote for Dr. Osborne remained neutral anud gave no vote at all. It will be a close contest, anid the result will not be known until Monday. The election proceedings have passed off very quietly. At the close of the poll in this town, MBr. Cooper had a majority o ne.

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 23 June 1849

---0 Gnoss NEoaiECT.-T-he depositions in the cases of Richard Middleton and Edward Haskell, not having been forwarded to the Crown Prosecutor previous to the opening of the last Court of Quarter Sessions, those prisoners were unable to go to trial. The unfortunate men are therefore, compelled to remain three months longer in gaol before the charges against them can be investigated. This painful iuconvenience has been caused by the scan dalous neglect of the clerks of the Benches by whom the men were committed. FonoRnY.-Yesterday evening, a person called at the store of Mr. D. Davis, of Sloane-street, and pre sented a written order for goods to the valueof 30s.' purporting to be drawn by Mr. Sinclair of this town. As Mr. Davis had a doubt as to the gen uiness of the order, he sent a messenger with it up to Mr. Sinclair's house, while the goods were being looked out. The mani, suspecting that the order was questioned, made some paltry excuse to go out of the shop, but was followed by ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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MANEROO. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 23 June 1849

'Coo0 A RAOES.-A MAN FOUND DEAD.-A man, known by the name of big Paddy or Paddy the shep. herd, was found dead a few days ago on the Plains between a sheep station of Mr. Cosgrove and one of Mrs. Harnett, and about a league from the race ground. He had been complaining since the late scene of dissipation and riot, of being hurt in the side. An inquest was held over him, but what the result of the verdict was I have not had the means of truly ascertaining, most likely the usual one of died from "natural causes." This unfortunate man had been imbibing rather copious drafts of the, sti mulating beverage at the last races, and who in the real spirit of an Irishman, considered drinking with out fighting as extraneous to the national character of his countrymen, either got up, or got into a row, and was, it seems severely beaten. Whether this last was the cause of his death, or an excessive use of ardent spirits, was a question for the Coroner's Jury to decide upon, but most likely the pr...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 23 June 1849

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13. Mr LOWE presented a petition signed by 2374 persons praying the House not to make the coercive laws of Ireland applicable here, and not to renew the Party Procession's Act. A similar petition was presented from the Temperance Societies of Sydney, by the ,Attorney-General. Several Petitions were presented priying the House not to take further steps in the matter of inquiry into the qualification of Mlr. Martin. The Party Procession's Sill passeadthrough Committee, and was ordered to be read a third time that day week. The Hawker's and Pedlar's Bill; and the Criminal Law Bill were considered in Com mittee. Mr. NIcOOLs moved for certain returns from the Court of Requests in the county of Cumberland. The motion at 'the. sug gestion of the Colonial Secretary was with drawn, owing to the intention of Govern ment to lay the Law Commissioners' Report before the House in a day or two. The rest of the business that evening 'was not. of public importanc...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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FEMALE INGENUITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 23 June 1849

FEMALE INGENUITY. I am going to relate one of the most extra ordinary and complete instances of whole sale swindling that I believe is on record and you will say at once,that it is wonderful that those'who live upon their wits and other people's property should be giftcd?vith such singular? inni=e?tiOSi, such singular iinpudencc. Not log4 (i)b, in London, cre three dash ing dei9ibis, two gentlemen and a lady, who continued to lead h merry, gay life; by swind ling, and false pretnes. Their freaks were numberless, and such their adroitness and confidence that I believe they were never detected. It chanced one day that all their plans and schemes were used up, they found funds were getting low, and anxious to re cruit them, they assembled in congress one evening after tea, for that, and other special purposes. " My dear," said one of the gentle men after the three had met, apparently tired out by his silent cogitations, " it is no use, I cannot concoct any plan but what has been carrie...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 23 June 1849

._TO CORRESPONDENTS. W. B. WM.-- Ball's ease at Qusrter Sessions has not slipped our notice; we shall handle it most pro bably next week. The TAnLO TALE is in type, but omitted for want of room. The " MULL"-MAN will be attended to; we shall be glad to hear further from him. THE GOULBURN HERALD. SaTURDAY, JUNE 23, 1849.

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GREAT PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 23 June 1849

GREAT PUBLIC MEETING. A public meeting was held at the Circular Quay,- Sydney, on Monday afternoon, pursu ant to adjournment, to petition the Queen to remove Earl Grey from the head of the Colonial Department, and to grant iespon sible Government to the colony, and also for the purpose of passing a vote of censure on the Governor. The meeting was much more numerously attended than it had been on the previous occasion, as there must have been upwards of seven thousand persons pre sent. Mr. R. Campbell was unanimously called to the chair. The Chairman briefly stated the object of the meeting, and called the attention of those present to the day being the 18th of June, an anniversary upon which, as Eng lishmen. they were well assembled to assert so important a right. Mr. Aaron would call the attention of .the meeting to a paragraph that had ap peared in the Herald, in which it was stated that the Governor had expressed his astonishment at hearing that the deputation of the last meeting...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 23 June 1849

[ADVERTISEMENT.]-A CUREt FOR INDIGESTION AND DisonDED STOMACHS, BY HOLLOWAY's PILLS. -Persons whose stomachs have been disordered for years, occasioned either by sedentary habits, inju rious climates, or an usually delicate state of health, and can obtain no relief, may be permanently cured by using Holloway's Pills, and even greatly bene fited after the first few doses. This fine medicine is known to be superior to all others for liver com plainits, or where there is weakness, langour, or de bility, as in every case it imparts strength and vi gour, and this is so quickly as even to astonish the most uubelieving; these Pills may be safely taken at any time. Catholie Books JUST RECEIVED, ON SALE BY William Jones, Goulburn Herald Ofice. INCLUDING Douay Bibles Catholic Piety Testaments --- --ours Roman Missals ------Exercises Ursuline Manuels - -----Paths Devout Communicant Imitation of BI. Virgin Daily Companion Christian Doctrine Garden of the Soul Butler's Catechism Key of Heaven &a...

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SYDNEY MARKETS.—SATURDAY, JUNE 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 30 June 1849

SYDNEY :MlARKETS.-SAT2u?IDAY, JUNE 26. EFrom the " Atlas."] THE business during the past week has been very limited, and sales have been with difficulty effected. The trade are tolerably well-stocked with every description of goods, and are not disposed to buy until after the termination of tile preseut quarter There has been no material alteration in prices, and our recent arrivals have filled the market with many of the leading articles. We note sales of Congo Teas cx late arrivals at a reduction upon former rates. In l-IYsoN5siSN there have been no sales of impor tance. There is an evidetnt disposition on the part of the holders to submit to lower rates. Suoan--Maturitius and Java Isave been quoted rather freely at low rates, MlIanila and China sugars are held at former rates. OILvcEN'S STonts--the trade have fully supplied themselves, and importers are holding for previous rates, with but a litnited stock. Fsulss--The whole of the recent importations of fnuits have been placed a...

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Commercial Intelligence. GOULBURN MARKET—FRIDAY, JUNE 29, 1849. FLOUR AT THE MILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 30 June 1849

Commercial Intelligence. GOULBURN MAIIKET-FnIDAY, JUNE 29,1849. FLOUR AT THE MILL. First quality ................. per ton 11 Seconds...................... . x 10 Ration... .................. " 0

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FOOD FOR LONDONERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 30 June 1849

FOOD FOR LOnDON~ns.--The " Mlorning Chro nicle" says:-" The medical men who practise in the city of London declare that cancerous and pul monary affections have been enormously increased, of late years, by the quantity of meat unfit for human food, which is daily disposed of withiu the bills of mortality. It is notorious that, on every market day, no less than from 00 to 100 ]lead of cattle, and several hundred sheep, calves, pigs, &c., in a fearfully morbid condition, are disposed of at Smithfield. One salesmaan alone sold weekly, for a considerable period, upwards of 100 sheep con sigued to him froms abroad, which were afflicted with the small-pox. The sick animals are divided into three classes--" Choppers, Rough-unts, and Wet-uns. The best are driven into the lower slaughter-houses in Cow-Cross-street and Sharp's-alley-are there cleaned, curried, and turbished up, and are then dis posed of alive to the inferior class of butchers, resi ding in poor and densely populated n...

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To the Editor of the "Goulburn Herald." [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 30 June 1849

To the Editor of the " Goulburno Herald." Sin-ABs some little surprise has been expressed by part of the inhabitants of thle town, at thle tardi ness of the Amateur Theatrical Company in fulfill ing their protnise, to give a night in aid of the funds of the Goulburn Hospital, elton' me (through the meditsm of your velnable journal) to inform, them thlat the reason thereof is, the amnateurs have r~eally met with such little encouragement since they cotnmenced their performances, that they have not as' yet been_ enabled to refund th~e money spent in the extensivte ituprovemenlts which· they have effected in the theatre; and having, before their eyes the guod olti maxi~m of " be just before gen. erono1,") they, of cunree, deem it a duty to clear thlem selves of all liabilities, before devotinlg any part of the proceedls to charitable purposes. So soon, however, as this is aecotuphisbed, they will be moat happy if their hulmble efforts can in anyg way further the benevolent designs of t...

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To the Editor of the "Goulburn Herald." [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 30 June 1849

To thte Editor of the " G~oulburn Herald." Sta,.-I have justseen yourpaper of the 23rd inst., in which is inserted an article headed LLManerOO, Coomia Rsces," in which it is stated, chat a tian was fotuci dead, in consequence of drinking~ and dissi pacion at such races and several othler circum stances. As I am thle residlent Innkceeper at Cooma, I chink it right so inform you and the public, that thlere were no races at Cootna, at or near the time specified and that none of the circum stances mentioned in chat article cook place at Cooma, atid 1 request thatn hi our nexc publication, you will insert this contradiction of the article. I am Sir, Your obedient servant, 3AMES K(IRWAN. Cooma, June 213, 1849.

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Sydney News. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 30 June 1849

Sydney iews. 7 LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20. The COLONIAL SECRETARY moved that the first eight orders of the day be postponed till to-morrow as it was the general wish of the House that the Qualification Question should be decided at once. His Excellency's message relative to Mr. J. Martin's qualification having been read, Mfr. 1BowMAN rose and moved the fol lowing resolution, "That the Council having fully considered the question sub mitted to it in his Excellency's message, is of opinion that the election of James Martin, Esquire, as member for Cook and West moreland, was void, by reason of his not being qualified in terms of the Act." Mr. BAnTIN addressed the House at con siderable length, his arguments being mainly directed to the point that the House had not tie power to interfere in such questions as the present, and denying even the power of the Governor to interfere in a matter which could only be decided on by the Court for Disputed Elections. He then proceeded t...

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To the Editor of the "Goulburn Herald." [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 30 June 1849

To ihe E'ditor of the " Goulbulrn Heradd," Sen,--Perceiving in your issue of the 23rd inst., an article on the late Cooma Races, from the pen of your own correspontdent and noticing several un* founded and malicious falsehoods, tending to annoy if not to injure the party or parties concerned, I hope, in common justice, that you will be pleased to insert this letter in contradiction, at the same time I would strongly advise your correspondent to confine himself more strictly to the truth, whenever it may please that gentleman to report for your va luable journal, so that you and your subscribers may not be led away by fictitious reports, for he may rest assured that the c eannaille" of ManeroO are not quite so dozey as he may imagine. Respecting the unfortunate man Paddy, who was found dead near Mrs. Ilarnet's sheep station, it is quite true as your correspondent mentions thiat he had imbided rather freely at the late races, but he neither, got up, nor yet into aciy row (so congenial...

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Original Correspondence. To the Editor of the "Goulburn Herald." [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 30 June 1849

-0 To tlhe Editor of the " Goulburn Herald." SIs,--I wish to say a few words on the subject of two letters which appear in your last issue, re spectively signed "William Tell" and " An Austra lian," and beg of you to publish my say in your respectsble and widely circulated journal. I entirely agree with your correspondent ' Wil liam Tell' that " many of the lordly estates" must change Lands, those who now occupy them are merely nominal owners--equity-of-redemption men, who are permitted by the mortgagees to exercise a mere superintendence--nor is it alone in your im mediate neighbourhood that this state of affairs is 'in esse;' you may with truth and safety add our would be lords of the soil to the list, for I can assure you, that many, very many of our great men, greatly allied, wonderfully educated, A. B, and A. SS's and J. P.'s &E., wretchedly poor and contemptibly, nay, ridiculously proud are in a worse condition than common shepherds, (their estates !)--are in the hands...

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