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Original Poetry. ENIGMA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 21 July 1849

ENIGMA. It is a bleak and dreary night, Pale Luna hides her silver ray: My first has left his dark retreat, To wander forth in search of prey. My second in a princely hall, Amid the nobles of the land, Where love adores at beauty's shrine, Is on a lovely lady's hand. And where the rose and lily bloom, And oftentimes in lady's bower, My unassuming whole is found; Say, is it bird, or beast, or flower ? ELLA. Goulburn, July 16, 1849. I' We do not hold ourselves responsible for the sentiments or opinions of Correspondents.

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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KICKS AND HALFPENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 21 July 1849

KICKS AND HALFPENCE. [From the Non-Conformist.] THE mode in which the Irish policy of the Whigs has been submitted to parliament, no less than the paltry character of the. policy itself, forcibly impresses upon us the convic tion, that they never had in view any larger object than the preservation of the Irish Church Establishment, and that circum stances having compelled them to forego their intent of buttressing up that anomalous in stitution, they are at present without either purpose or plan. Otherwise, no man aspir ing to the reputation of statesmanship, not even the noble premier himself, would have omitted, on asking for a further suspension of habeas corpus, putting the country in pos session of an outline, at least, of the reme dial measures he intended to propose. This Wvas the most natural and the most obvious course for the government to take. " We are about to solicit from you," Lord John might have said in effect, "a continued grant .to us, as the Executive, of extraor...

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CALIFORNIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 21 July 1849

CALIFORNIA. [From Gilliam's Description.] TuIs country was discovered in the year 1539, by an expedition commanded by Fran cisco de Ulloa, which was fitted out for the purpose of making discoveries by the ambi tious and enterprising Cortez, very soon after the conquest of Mexico. The first permanent Spanish settlement was made in year 1769, at the present town of San Diego, in latitude 32 deg. and 41 min. Upper, or New California, extends along the Pacific from latitude thirty-two, to Cape Mindicino in latitude 40 deg. and 19 min., and from the coast to the east as far as the boundaries of the north-eastern departments of New Mexico. The exact area of Upper California is at present undefined, and the interior has been but inadequately explored. The bays and harbours on this coast are numerous and capacious. Among the latter the principal are the ports San Francisco, situated on the bay of that name, Monterey and San Diego, and several others of lesser note. San Carlos de Monterey is...

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Sydney News. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, JULY 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 21 July 1849

Sydney News. -0 LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, JULY 11. Previous to Mr. Martin's taking the oath of allegiance on his re-election, the Speak er read a letter from the hen. gentleman protesting against the necessity of submit ting to such a form, averring that he had never ceased to be a member of the house since his election in 1848. Mr. LOWE, as Chairman to the Railway Bill Committee, brought up the report, and it was ordered to be printed. The COLONIAL, SECRETARY 0roe to move, that this Council do now resolve itself into a Commit'tee of the whole Council, for the purpose of taking intoecdnsideration the Report of the Law Comiision presented to the Council by His Excellency the Governor, in his Message of the 14th ultimo, so far as the recommendations contained therein affects New South WVales Proper. The COLONIAL TREASURER having se conded the motion, The ATTORNEY-GENERAL, though a mem ber of the Law Commission, did not concur in many of the recommendations contained in the Repor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 21 July 1849

Wanted A PERSON as SUPERINTENDENT, at the Farm at WINGELLO, of active habits, and fully conversant with Colonial Sheep Farming. A married man without incumbrance would be pre ferred. Testimonials of ability will be required. 1 Apply at the Argyle Store. Goulburn, July 20, 1849. Caution to the Public. ERSONS are Cautioned against Collecting o Removing the CATTLE belonging to the private Estate of FRANCIS SMITH, of Lake George, (deceased,) as JAMES DOGH-ERTY, in whose charge the Cattle have been for some time past, is the only person authorised by the Bench to collect the same. Goulburn, 20th July, 1849. To Printers. W ANTED a COMPOSI'OR. A competent workman can have a PERMAINENT situation and liberal wages, by applying (pre-paid) to the oflfie of this paper. Goulburn, 21st July, 1849, Goulburn Amateur Theatre, HARP INN, AUBURN-STREET. -o----- In aid of the Funds of the GOULBURN HOSPITAL. ON TUESDAY, July 24, 1840, will be presented, for the first time this season, the domestic drama ...

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Country News. MANEROO. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 21 July 1849

Country News. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) MANTROO. IT.is.extraordinary what a propensity to rambling, thlro' wealland woe, uudetelred by any species of pri vation, develops itself, almost generally amongst the " old hands" of this colony. On I.?day evening last:at sun down, a blind man was found in the bush by Master William Cosgrove and a black boy, (a domestic of Mr. Cosgrove) about two miles from: Mr. C.'s head station, groping his way for the road off which he unluckily strayed two days before, on his way from Meckelago to a more southern atmos phere. This poor benighted mortal got lost, and was when found by the above parties,roaming about the treacherous mazes of the bush for two nights and a day, almost exhausted with cold and hunger, tihe latter being of the two evils the more powerful enemyin these regions of untbated frigidity. I-IHe was, with a laudable display of good nature and sympathy for the pitiable condition of the dark suf ferer, led by this young gentleman (onl...

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, JULY 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 21 July 1849

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, JULY 17. After a Message from the Governor, on the sub jectof Finance,wasbroughlt in and read, (and which was referred for consideration until the 24th inst.) The ATTORNEY-GENERAL presented a petition firom sixteen Chemists and Druggists, resident in Sydney, praying that the Medical Profession Bill might not be hurried through the House, and thatk evidence might be taken respecting it. The peti tion was received. Mr. DARVALL moved, that an address be pre seuted to the Governor, praying that His Excellency will be pleased to place on the Supplementary Es timate for 1849, a snufficient sum to erect, in St. James' Church, a tablet to the memory of the late Mr. Assistant Surveyor E B. Kennedy, expressive of the high opinion entertained by the inhabitants of New South Wales of the value of his publie services. Mr. LAIB seconded the motion, expressing his entire concurrence in the principle, that as the ser vices of this oflicer lhad been performed for the ad...

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EXTRAVAGANZA ABOUT CALIFORNIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 21 July 1849

EXTRAVAGANZA ABOUT CALIFORNIA. -C----- -0 Now's the time, to change our clime, Who in England tarries, Who can bear to linger here, When all the world's at Paris. OLD SONG. Saint Francisco, is all the go, Who elsewhere now would dwell, sirs, For there's more gold, than can be told, And silver too, as well, sirs. Old and young, of every tongue, Of every grade, and trade too, Are selling all, to make a haul In the vale of Sacramento. Now's the time, to change our clime, Who in South Wales will tarry? When he can go, to Francisco, For more gold than he can carry. My brother Tim, went there to trim Their lamps of tissue paper; HIe saw one night, by his torch-light, At each door a golden scraper. H-e cast his eye all round to see, If any one was watching, Then off walks he, with two or three, Says he, they'll pay for washing. Now's the time, &c. A letter he sent o'er to me, 'Twas wrote on golden paper, With golden ink, and golden pen, And sealed with a golden wafer. Come out dear...

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Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 21 July 1849

-0 INQUEST.-On Tuesday last, an inquest was held at Lake George, before II. Waugh, Esq., Coroner for the District, on view of the body of Francis Smith, a blacksmith, in the employ of Robt. Cooper, Esq., who had died suddenly on the previous day. The jury returned a verdict of " died from natu ral causes." HOsPITAL.-A dramatic entertainment will be given by the amateur club, on Tuesday next, for the benefit of the Goulburn Hospital, upon which ocon sion the drama of the Golden Farmer will be pro. duced for the second time in this town. See adver tisement. LNQUEST.-On Mtonday last, an inquest was held at the Salutation Inn, on view of the body of Mr. Daniel Driscol], a wealthy settler of the Maneroo district, who died in a very sudden man ner on the previous Saturday. It appeared from the evidence adduced, that deceased had been stop ping at the above Inn, since the 6th instant, on his way from Sydney to Maneroo. On the morning of his decease, Mr. Driscoll complained of being unwell ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 21 July 1849

THE 1-Ionorable Colonial Secretary's mo tion " that the Council should resolve it self into a Committee of the whole Council for the purpose of taking into consideration the Report of the Law Commission" has failed. We are not so foolish as to attempt to investigate the merits or demerits of this Report. This task shall be left to those persons who professing without the trouble of enquiry, or the labour of thought to know everything, have been facetiously styled subjunctive men, from their being enabled to direct others what they ought, might, could, would and should do upon every subject-and what they would do under certain circumstances, if it were their case, which it somehow never is. The subjects involved in the report of the law commission is without the compass of our inquiries-the well is deep and we have no thing to draw with-but it is within the compass of common sense to comprehend Mr. Cowper's objection to going into the consideration of the report-that if its sug gesti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 21 July 1849

SOur Agents are particularly recquested to use their utmost energy in collecting the outstanding debts of this Journal in their several districts; and in doing so, we hope they will bear in mind, that no subscriber can decline without paying all arrears, including the subscription for the current quarter. Those subscribers who reside beyond the reach of an agent, will favor us by remitting the amount of their respective accounts with as little delay as possible. THE GOULBURN HERALD. SATURDAY, JULY 21, 1849.

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GOVERNMENT LAND SALES. [FROM THE GOVERNMENT GAZETTE.] [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 21 July 1849

GOVERNM'ENT LAND SALES. -o EFROMto THE OOVERNMENT GAZETTE.) The following portions of Land, will be offered for Sale, by public auction, at the Old Military Barracks, George-street, Sydney, on Wednesday, August 15th 1849. 44. Yass, Ir. Si31p., allotment No. 1 of section 22 45. Yass, 2r., allotment No. 2 of section 22 46. St. Leonards, 3r. 18 p., allotment No. 1 ct section 4 A 47. Goulburn, 2r., allotment No. 9 of section 13 48. Goulburn, 2r., allotment No. 10 of section 14 49. Goulburn,2r., allotment No. 17 of section 14 50. Gouburn, 2r., allotment No. 18 of section 14 61. Goulburn, 2r., allotment No. 10 of section 14 52. Goulburn, 2r., allotment No. 20 of section 14 53. Goulburn, 2r,, allotment No. 5 of section 14 54. Goulburnt, 2r., allotment No. 5 of section 13 f5. Goulburn. 2r., allotment No. 6 of section 13 66. Goulburn, 2r., allotment No. 7 of section 13 The upset price of the above allotments is £8 per acre, except No. 46, which is £50 per acre. -o The undermentioned Lots wil...

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SMALL FARMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 21 July 1849

SMIALL FARMiS. WIHEN we used our best endeavours to put an end to what we considered a cruel war of exterminatioh, we did so, under the im pression that those who had squatted down on the waste lands of the crown were pre pared to become purchasers, if an opportu nity were afforded them. But it appears, from what has lately transpired, that we were in part mistaken. We understand that since the arrival of the licensed surveyors in this and the ad joining counties, very few applications have been made for the measuring off of small plots of ground with a view of having them put up for sale by government. If the small scjuatters are holding back, under the impression that they will for ever be per mitted to " sit down" without any sort of claim to the lands they are now occupying, we assure them that they will be miserably deceived. The opportunity is now afforded them of legally possessing their farms; if that is not embraced, they will have only themselves to blame, when government ...

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NO. IV.—IMPORTATION OF WOOL FROM AUSTRALIA, 1840 TO 1848. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 21 July 1849

NO. IV.--IMPORTATION OF WTOOL FROMI AUS TRALIA, 1840 To 1848. .....r . Bales. Bales. Bales. Bales. Bales. Bales. Bales. Bales. Bales. Bales. 1, 41,025 ]840 ;.820 3,484 .... .... 11,7021 .... .... 43.015 1841 80.2.80 8,798; ...... 13,937 ......... 815 100 1842 26,668 12.;J07 .... .'... 13,992 .... .... ,52,897 118 1843 37,?22 14.957 .... .... 14,9?8 ......... 67,100 14.203 STOTAL.Phillip. - 0 0s s a a SBales. Bales. Bales. Bales. Bales. Bales. Bales. Balsa. Bales. Bales. 1845 57,825 173.4883 4,814 .... .... 16,8721 18 .... .... 77 41,02 .575 1846 390.112 20,160 5 994 776 13,956 1,53 5 . ... 81,253 11,804 ~ 1842 26i,6(rl 12.307 /...............13,922.. ..............52.897 118 S1843 37,225 14.957........ I.......14,948 )...............67,190 14.203 84 317,0177 17,705 . . .. .... 161,126.......I.........0,908 3,748 Port - 1845 37,825 17.083 4,814 ... 16,839 1: *, 740- 651 18460 39.112 20,160 5 094 796 13,056 1,505 .. 8,i3 38 04 1847 41 9.027 25,989 7.133 1.887 16.503 853 .... 94,202 1:...

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POSTAGE REFORM. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 21 July 1849

POSTAGE REFORM. THE alacrity and good spirit with which the important social reforms of the Mother Country are followed up by the colonial pub lic, forms a good argument for the further extension of legislative privileges in those dependencies of the Crown which already possess the shadow of the freeman's right; and for the immediate introduction of repre sentative government amongst those who, though long desiring it, have not as yet ex perienced its manifold advantages. Of all the social reforms of the present century, the one whose benefits have been the most widely diffused-the one that with all its advantages for the wealthy, is yet, par excellence, the poor man's blessing-the one whose deprivation would be most uni versally and clamorously opposed, is Mr. Rowland I-Hill's Penny Post. It cannot, therefore, be a matter of surprise, that a movement has been made in the dependen cies of Great Britain, to share the comforts, the advantages, of this great innovation of the old syste...

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THE REMEMBRANCES OF A MONTHLY NURSE. MRS. FORTESCUE [CONTINUED FROM OUR LAST.] [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 21 July 1849

THE REMEMBRANCES OF A . MONTHLY NURSE. IMRS. FORTESCUE [CONTINUED FROM OUR LAST.] "I wanted not his evidence to convince tie whose it was. I laid down the watch again, and, turning with dignity to my poor mother, who was as pale as death, I said, ' Come, madam, we may be thought unwel come visitors here when the master of the house enters this room.' Iled the way out, but could not refrain from looking back once more upon those rosy innocents-those love ly, unconscious intruders. As I gazed, I felt the blood mount into my brain. They were, indeed, most exquisitely beautiful; but I detest the sight of children for their sakes. Had they been my own, how difer " nt would have been my feelings ! ' "' Mother i I will return to London,' I said; and she ordered the, carriage back again. She would not oppose me,-she could offer me no consolation : all she could do, she did; she mingled her tears with mine. The whole way back my head lay upon her bosom,-her arms supported her heart-broken ch...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 21 July 1849

CHEAP BOOKS Just arrived and on sale at the " GOULBURN.H E RALD" OFFICE, AUBUIIN STILEET, GOUL3DUIN, COMPRISING Johnson's Lives of the Poets Robertson's H-listory of Scotland S- - History of America Bulver's Paul Clifford Travels in Mexico a California Pope's Poetical Works, Svo. The Hungarian Brothers Domestic Scenes, 3 vols. The Heretic, by F. B. Shaw, B.A., 3 vols. Scott's Fortunes of Nigel, 3 vols. - Rob Roy, 8 vols. - Periodical Criticism, 5 vols. - Waverley, 2 vols. Betrothed Lovers, by Mauzoni, 3 vols. The Hungarian Brothers, by Miss Porter Dickens' Pickwick Papers --- Niclholas Nickleby Hunchback of Notre Dame Smith's Wealth of Nations Arabian Nights Entertainments, 152 Engravings. And a great number of others, too numerous to S .. to particularise. T wo Shillin gs each. Tie Monk " "Bachlelor's Christmas Cecilia M t -' ary de Clifird Queen of Scots 'Cruise of thie Mist lhe Two Sisters, ::-The Post Captain Alice Copley .. The Lake of Killarney The Heroic Maiden Coolk's Voyage...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 21 July 1849

Subscribers' Names and Advertisements will be received at the Printing Office,; Auburn-street, Goulburn, and by the fo1~ lowing Agents : SYDNEY .........Mr. T. EDwAnDs, Bookseller, '(laue. Magei) Pitt'street, near HI-luanter-street QUEANBEYAN .... Mr. S. NUTTTEs ... : ' B3UNGONIA ...... Mr, TnMlatn . BERRIIAA........ Mr. YASS............M Mr. R. MALLYOt GUNDAGAI . ..M....Mr. SInPsoN, Inu-keeper BRAID WOOD..i .' Mr. WILLrAiMs;, Storekdeeper LAKE GEORGEj. Mr. SAl.. CowTHR ...s MARIULAN, ..... ??Mr. PILLJAMrES, BsUNGENDORE ; Mr. 0' r NO.EBRN.. BINDA ....... Mr Monais,-nn-keepe?r JUJYONG FLAT:-: :,;-, ::L- . I ........ Mi. S' EAHAN, Innkeeper. Mtnul;umbid gegrr j:) y.. . "-. : , , , , BURROWA.....M... r. MANEROO.... . Ai:;:Mr. HInBunD. AL]BUlTY..... ... M r. D. MioCAyY. WAGGA WAGGA... Mir. J. RloninTs,Innkeeper • WOLLONGONG. :.. Mr. MUSGnAVE TUMUT RIVER.... Mr. JArEn ADAMis. No verbal communication can be attended to;. and all letters must be post-paid, or they yill not: be taken in. P ...

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Colonial News. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 21 July 1849

Colonial News. THE VACANT SEAT.-It is perfectly amusing to witness the shifts the devotees of sham representation are put to for a can didate for the seat in the Legislative Council vacated by MIr. MIackinnon. At the outset, a bold effort was made to feel the way for Mr. Michie, the Sydney barrister, but the result did not prove to be satisfactory. Mr. Neil Black, of Glenormiston, has received a requisition, but has again begged to be ex cused. Mr. Mackinnon has been spoken of for re-election, but the project was too pre posterous to be long entertained, and it has accordingly been abandoned. IMr. Joseph H-awdon, of Heidelberg, was next proposed "for the forlorn hope," but he, it seems, did not prove more tractable than his prede cessors, and now we observe, that a Geelong contemporary, is doing Mr. Thomas Wills, of Lucerne, the honour of supposing that he would have " the next best chance." Argus, July 11. A HINT--We wonder it has not occurred to some one or other of the Port Phill...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 21 July 1849

BIRTH. ON the 19th instant, at Lansdowne, Goulburn, Mrs. N. C. Phillips, of a son.

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