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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 28 July 1849

Subscribers IVNunes' ai d Aldvertisements will be received at th'e Printing,. Ofice, A uburn-street, Goulburn, aciid by the' f - lowing Agents : SYDNEY. ;.i;.. 'Mr:I. .ED*ARn, Booisel r, " (late Mait ee).Pitt street, -:::;r :'liinter-street QUEANBEYAN .i...Mr",i·S:'Nu'n -: :u. BIUNGONIA ...... IMr;lt, tniu RB?RRl IA........ AMr. YASS .";?.. :.:.;. M. R;::MLrYb?:s ! :. GUNDAGAI . t..... : Mr IMPlsolN. Inn- eeper BRAIDWOOD).D-:, M:. Wlt;.tts ;Stitrekeeper LAKE GEORGE.. M S, , it.'l' nWt'ir MARUIN, .... Mr. i.:tjAMEs .s BIUNGENDORI ... Ali O. By0rs 1i. ., I3IBNDA ...:.-v. .Mr, \J' onttls, lunn keeper." I UJYONG,,FL'A'G Mt. SHE AHA.NIt Itileeper. UI3I R(OWA.... ... , Mr. . 11?ANERIOO. :.. M'. FlIlBBUnD. ALBUIIY...:..,i.. Mr. D. laC?:AY' WAGGA WAGGA.:.. Mr. J. RttueItrs, Innkeeper ' WI)LLO)NGNGONG. :.irAr. .iusontv . ; TUMUT RIVERA.'t." '. JAMES ADUtiS" : No verbal cou'tu'itilitcionti can be :attelnd tlo ia?d all letters muist be ostfpaid, a;. hyii vull inot be taken in. c[ No receipt is...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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THE REMEMBRANCES OF A MONTHLY NURSE. [CONTINUED FROM OUR LAST.] SIGNORA BASSANO. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 28 July 1849

THE-REMEMBRANCES OF A ?MONTHLY NURSE. [:*, OONTINUELD FROM OUR LAST.] SIGNORA BASSANO. , WELL, and what do you mean to make the subject of your next narrative, my good madam ?" said a friendly critic to me the .other day (and they can be friendly, I do as sure you, notwithstanding nature has given each of them a nez retrousse, and a pair of boar's tusks: the nose uplifted for the pur pose of scenting out faults, the teeth to tear their prey to pieces withal ;) " I trust," continued my kind admonisher, " that you do not mean to give us any more poisoning stories, like your last; as, really, at this season of the year, we have quite enough to do with our own melancholy climate and constitutions, without having inflicted on us tales of horror and felo-de-se." " My dear sir," and I, "it would give me the greatest pleasure in the world ifsuch tales existed not in real life,-if this por tentous record of mine (shewing him my note-book) contained only joyous histories, and the recital of c...

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

REVIEW. [From the News of the World, April 8.] -0 PERILS, PASTIMES, AND PLEASURES OF AN EMI GRANT IN ADSTRALIA, VANOOUvEl's ISLAND AND CALIFORNIA. There is more about Australia in this book than of the other places noted in the title-page ; and as regards California, the information is by no means remarkable. The writer gives a terrible picture of Sydney, where, by his showing, vice exists in more repulsive and disgusting shapes than in any other part of the world. The Sydneyites, he says, seem to have concentrated in themselves all the worst feelings of human nature ; beastly drunkenness, sensuality of the grossest and coarsest kind, in short everything that debases the human species, is there indulged in to the utmost extent, and, being so common, produces among the better sort of resi" dents no feeling of surprise, and excites no com ment. The higher class of settlers, as if affected by inhaling so tainted an atmosphere, are selfish, grasping, suspicious, cunning, full of tricker...

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 July 1849

C tH-IEAP BOO KS Just arrived and on sale at the "GOULBURN HERALD" OFFICE, AUBURN STREET, GOULBURN, COMPRISING Johnson's Lives of the Poets Robertson's History of Scotland - - History of America Bulwer's Paul Clifford Travels in Mexico a California Pope's Poetical Works, 8vo. The Hungarian Brothers Domestic Scenes, 3 vols. The Heretic, by F. B. Shaw, B.A., 3 vols. Scott's Fortunes of Nigel, 8 vols. - ob Roy, 3 vols. - Periodical Criticism, 5 vols. - Waverley, 2 vols. Betrothed Lovers, by M ansoni, 3 vols. Thte Hiugarian Brothers, by Miss Porter Dickens' Pickwick Papers - Nicholas Nickleby FRunchback of Notre Dame Smith's Wealth of Nations Airabian Nights Entertainments, 152 Engravings. And a great number of others, too numerous to to particnlarise. Two Shillings each. The Monk Bachlelor's Christmas Cecilia Mary de Cliffird Queen of Scots Cruise of the Mist T he Two Sisters The Post Captain Alice Copley The Lake of Killarney The Heroic Maiden Cook's Voyages The.Rovers Surgrove Abby ....

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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GOVERNMENT LAND SALES. [FROM THE GOVERNMENT GAZETTE.] [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 28 July 1849

GOVERNMENT LAND SALES. -o [FRO~M THE GOVERNEIENT GAZETTE.] The following portiont of Land, will be offered for Sale, by public auction, at the Old Military Barracks, George-street, Sydney, on Wednesday, August 22nd. TOWN LOTS. 45. Berrimn, Ir. 24p., allotment No 16 in see. tion 2. Upset price £30 per lot. Note-This allotment includes a Store for Tools. 46. Berrima, 2r. lip., allotment No 7 of section 2. Upset price #45 per lot. Note-This allotment includes a heuse, kitclen, and stable, formerly occupied by the Police Magis trate. 62. Albury, 2r., allotment No 5 of section 5. Upset price £8 per acre. 53. Albury, 2r., allotment No 6 of section 6. Upset price same price. 54. Albury, 2r., allotment No 7 of section 5. Upset price same price. 55.'Albury, 2r., allotment No 16 of section 4. Upset price same price. 56. Albury, 2r., allotment No 17 of section 4' Upset price same price. 57. Albury, 2r., allotment No 18 of section 4 Upfetplice sane price. 70. Gundaroo, Ir. lIp,, allotment No 1 ...

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SIR ROBERT PEEL'S PLAN—CONFISCATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 28 July 1849

SIR ROBERT PEEL'S PLAN --CONFISCATION. THE people of England have a deep interest, personal pecuniary, and social, in the due discussion and the solemn deliberation upon that plan which has been suggested by Sir Robert Peel for the settlement of those por tions of Ireland which are unable to sustain, by their own means, the poverty-stricken population upon them. If, Sir Robert Peel's plan, or by any pla-i, Ireland can be chang ed from a land of paupers into a land pos sessed by a well-fed, profitably employed po pulation, then-next to Ireland-the coun try that will most profit by the change im mediately, directly as well as indirectly, is England. With Ireland as a prosperous country, the complaint against, and the ex pense of, supporting an influx of Irish pau pers would at once cease ; and with the Irish ceasing to live on the rates in this land, and being well paid as labourers, and subsisting comfortably on their own lands at home, there would be a double gain-a diminution of lo...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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WOOL MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 28 July 1849

WOOL MARKETS. (From the Mark Lane Express.) LIVERPooL-FOREIGr.-At the public saleshere on the 4th and 6th, April, the former day the fine wools were sold. The Port Phillip wool, comprising the largest quantity, and consisting of fair average clips, brought very excellent prices, and all sold. Part of the fine Sydney were withdrawn. The fine Buenos Ayres wool sold well; the low ones with less spirit, and part taken in. Imports for the week........ 366 bales Previously this year ........ 14,510 , Total .......... 14,876 CITY, Monday.-The wool market is quiet, and the imports of foreign last week were small;,inclu. ding 562 bales from Sydney, and 74 from Germany. LIvERPOOL, April 5 -Very few arrivals have taken place since the date of our last circular, on the 1st ultimo, and stocks of all kinds of wool being much reduced, and the principal part of the more current descriptions being destined for the public sales that have recently been hold, the trans actions have been limited in cons...

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Sydney News LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, JULY 18, 1849. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 28 July 1849

Sydney News -o LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. "WEDNESDAY, JULY 18, 1849. Mr. LOWE presented a Petition from the Publicans of Sydney, praying for alterations in the Licensing Bill. Mr. OAKES presented a similar Petition from the Publicans of Parramatta; and the COLONIAL SECRETARY presented a petition from certain wine-growers, praying that they might be allowed to sell brandy of their own manufacture. On the motion of the COLONIAL SECRE TARY, the Railway Committee was re appointed. The further consideration of the Hawkers' and Pedlers' Bill, and the Distillation Bill, was postponed. The House then went into Committee, on the Publicans Bill, and after going through several of the clauses, the Chairman obtained leave to sit again on Thursday July 19. The Spirit Dues Protection Bill was post poned. THURSDAY, JULY 19. The COLONIAL SECRETARY laid upon the table certain returns relative to convict labour. Mr. FOSTER gave notice that he would, on Friday, July 20th, move an Address to the Governor for...

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To the Editor of the "Goulburn Herald." [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 28 July 1849

To the Editor of the " Goulburn Herald." Srn,-My attention has been called to an article in a recent number of your paper, under the head of " Gross Neglect," wherein in once instence.at least, (the case of Edward Haskell,) you have falsely charged the Clerk of the Bench, by whom Haskell was committed with " Scandalous Neglect "P I call upon you to correct this very unwarrantable mis-statement, as regards myself, the true version of the case of Haskell being, that he was committed for forgery, to take his trial at the late Goulburn Quarter Sessions, and the depositions immediately forwarded to the Attorney General, who ordered the case to be sent for trial at the Circuit Court. Again requesting that you will repair the injus tice you have done me, by inserting this letter, I have the honor to be, Sir, Your very obedient Servant, WILLIAM E. MURRAY, Clerk of Petty Sessions. Bombalo, 16th July, 1840. [In the cases referred to by Mr. W. E. Murray, we understood the Crown Prosecutor to s...

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Colonial News. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 28 July 1849

Colonial News. A SUSPECTED RUNAWAY.--At the late 'Oriminal Sessions, a man who gave his name `Thomas Mullins, was tried for obtaining goods under false pretences, and being ac 'quitted by the jury, was discharged, but immediately afterwards taken into custody on suspicion of being a runaway prisoner of the Crown. On the following day he was brought before the Magistrates, when he still persisted that his name was Thomas Mullins adding that he arrived in the uWatr'rloo in the year 1830 or 1831, but on looking over the indents, it was clear that what he stated was false, no such name appearing amongst the list of arrivals by that vessel. Yesterday morning the man was again brought before the magistrates, when Chief District Con stable Brodie stated that he strongly sus pected Mullins was no other than Thomas Morrison, who arrived in the Countess of Harcourt in the year 1827, and subse quently succeeded in effecting his escape from Darlinghurst gaol, to which he had been -committed, ch...

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Original Correspondence. To the Editor of the "Goulburn Herald." [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 28 July 1849

To the Editor of the " Goulburn Herald." Stn,-The Colonial Secretary endeavored on the 14th ultimo, to explain the principles upon which the Regulations of the 29th March 1848 had boon founded, viz. to prevent the unlicensed occupation of Crown Lands; and thereby to suppress cattle stealing and sly grog selling. As those Regula tions are put in force, what is the result within the Goulburu districts. First--Unlicensed occupation still continues. Landed proprietors would not suffer any to settle near their estates, so that remote and comparatively barren places were resorted to by the squatters, who notwithstanding Hovell's Crusade, are not wholly extirpated. Secondly-Cattle stealing is on the decline. The most recent convictions were that of a farmer on purchased land and a town resident, prior to 1847. Hlence it appears that this branch of nefarious traffic is at a discount independent of the regula tions. Thirdly-Sly grog selling is on the increase Within a circle of nine miles di...

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Commercial Intelligence. GOULBURN MARKET—FRIDAY, JULY 27, 1849. FLOUR AT THE MILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 28 July 1849

Commercial Intelligence. GOULBURN MARKET-FRIDAY, JULY 27,1849. FLOUR AT THE MILL.. First quality ..............per ton- 11 Seconds...................... ,, £10 Ration . ............." ..... . THERE is little to note this week in our markets. Owiug to the limited demand for wheat, and an un. accountable caution on the part of speculators, the market has declined.and evinces a decided down ward tendency. The fact is, that there is no de mtnud for grain unless for-immediate consumption, A paroel of good quality was parted with during the past week for 2s. Od. The transaction was not for cash, and the buyer was evidently careless about closing. The prospects for this season are by no means good, the Sydney prices not ruling high enough to admit of buying here for that market at the present rate of land carriage, which is on the advance on account of the dryness of the weather and the consequent scarcity of feed. The Mills are kept pretty well supplied, and none but first sam ples will b...

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ANSWER. To the ENIGMA in our last number. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 28 July 1849

* T ANSWER. To the Esxoara in our last number. By your fair form, and glossy locks Your first 1 swear 's, the" Cunning Fox" Your second by all on earth I love, 'S, the hand's soft covering, " a Glove !" Both those conjoined, will name a Flower, That Blooms in Garden or in Bower. FOX-GLOVE. Goulburn. i" We do not hold ourselves responsible for the sentiments or opinions of Correspondents.

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SYDNEY MARKETS.—FRIDAY, JULY 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 28 July 1849

SYDNEY MAIRKETS.-FaIDAY, JULY 20. [ From the People's Advocate, July 21st.1 THE imports this week have been quite of a minor character, being only 4 vessels from New Zealand, 1 from Tahiti,, and 1 from Manila; the parties about the wharves are, however, busy in the' dis charge of- those that came iii last week, and in the loading of outward boundrvessels,. amongst which are 5 laid on for California. Respecting California, much mystery exists : news is in town respecting that country, but the nature of it has not transpired : one. thing is certain, that the parties most interest ed in the intelligence at once laid on the Courier de Tahitijto sail, full'or or not full, on 15th proximo, and two others have subsequently followed the ex ample. A ,most important auxilary to our agricultural pros perity is about to be made, by the introduction amongst us of the Para grass, which it -is fully: an ticipated will thrive during our driest season. The markets in New Zealand appear to be oversto...

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Select Poetry. THE GOLD DIGGERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 28 July 1849

-0 THE GOLD DIGGERS. The chain which bowed us to the ground (The heavier that of Gold) Is daily, by your toil, unwound, And loosened of its hold: Another link !-another, still!- Another !-Labour, then, your fill ! A little space we soon shall gain To breathe-and gasp for life again. Ye cannot eat that Gold Which ye so much desire, Nor drink the bullion roll'd From the refiner's fire: Hunger will claim his tribute due; Cold biteth still your garments through; The thousand wants of life will press, And Gold-alone-is valueless. But, springing from his trance, Leaps Labour into life ! The nimble shuttles glance! The thronging mill is rife With busy hands !-the furnace glowing i The smith his giant strength bestowing, To fashion, for your use, the steel : For you revolves the mighty wheel ! Dig deep, ye daring men, And labour ; ye are right ! Forth from his elfish den;, Drag the bright fiend to light! The usurer now, in turn, may quake, Nor hope his godless gains to make; For every strok...

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EMIGRATION FROM IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 28 July 1849

EMIGRATION FROM IRELAND. Whether emigration is or ought to be one of the remedial measures for Ireland is. no longer matter of controversy. The. Irish' sufferers have taken the question. into their own :hands and decided it in: the affirmative. The multitudes who have of late years been scuttling from Ireland-thronging;.jostling, and crowding, each other in such hot haste that 'not a-few :have forgot to pay, their creditors before, leaving, and: all combining to pack their. emigrant vessels so close that latent seeds of disease have germinated and and produced something like a jail fever on the voyage, frightening our colonists and the citizens of the United States by the ar rival of cargoes of pestilence and contagion -are the practical verdict of Ireland that there are more inhabitants in some parts of it than the land, at the present stage of de velopment of its resources, is adequate to nourish. The question now is, not whether there shall be, emigration from Ireland, but how th...

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JEWISH EMANCIPATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 28 July 1849

JEWISH EMANCIPATION. [From the Weekly Despatc, February S1 ] " Much excitement," observes a contem piorary, " has been caused in Turkey, by the Sultan having issued a firman, according to Christians the privilege of eligibility to State offices, including those of Pasha and Vizier. All the bigots declaie ithat; the M:oslem is in danger." The. Pope, some time before his expulsion froii: Romie, 'foi being the best Pontiff that eiveri-reigned, emancipated the Jews of Ithe :'Papal domi riibns, and raised them to the dignity of free subjects, equal in the eye of the 'laiv. Jews had long been eligible to the Chainbers of Deputies and Peers in Frianice, and the French people, superior' to 'the. 'igniorant prejudices of creedniongers, had called:: a Jew to be the first Minister of Justice undei. the new Republic. ' At this moment: the leading nien in the Prussian and Austrian legislatures al'e' members of the I-Iebrew persuasion, and even, the Emperor of ° us sia has openied his stern heart...

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STATE OF THE COLONIES. HOUSE OF COMMONS.—APRIL 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 28 July 1849

STATE OF THE COLONIES. HOUSE OF COMMIONs.-APRIL 4. Mr. HUlMEn rose, and called the attention of the house to the present state of our colo nies. In his judgment, the condition of our different colonial dependencies was the last degree unsatisfactory. Nor would it ever be otherwise, until our colonial system was thoroughly reformed. At present, the will of one ~man (the Colonial Secretary) was sufficient to control the local action of the people of the colonies. No matter what might be the caution or the ability of the man at the head of the Colonial Department this was a dangerous power with which to entrust him. The abuse of that power was to a considerable extent, the cause of much of the dissatisfaction in the colonies of which he then complained. The state of Jamaica, taken in connexion with the proximate cause of discontent which now prevailed there, proved to the house and the country that such a power, wielded by the present Colo" nial Secretary, was utterly incompatable with...

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CALIFORNIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 28 July 1849

CALIFORNIA. [From the News of te World,. April 8.] LATEST ASPEOT O. AFFAIRS AT THE DIGGINGs.--The following letter. from. Cali fornia which arrived by the Dee, steamer, will prove of particular interest to -English readers, as it is written by an officer in the Hudson's Bay Company's service, who, having visited San Francisco on the busi ness of the company, has transmitted similar accounts to the directors in London. It will be observed that as far as his personal observations enable him to form an opinion he confirms the general statements that have hitherto been received.-" San Fran cisco, Dec. 21, 1848.-I have the pleasure to acquaint you that I returned here a few days ago after an absence of six weeks, during which time I visited the gold mines with the view of affording information thereon to the Governor and Committee of the Hudson's Bay Company and Sir George Simpson, and I shall endeavour to convey to you the extent of my progress. I left this place on the 1st November, an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 28 July 1849

Grazing for Cattle, I N the LARGE PADDOCK, the property of W. BRADLEY, Esq., exactly opposite the New CourtjHouse, Goulburn. SHORSES AT ONE SHILLING A WEEK- EACH. BULLOCKS AT ONE SHILLING PER NIGHT FOR EACH TEAM. SAND may be obtained at TWO-PENCE per single Horse Cart load. Wi Application to, Mr. GEORGE WEAKLEY, Salutation Hotel. As the fence has :been thoroughly repaired and secured at a heavy expense, any person found injur ing the same, or otherwise trespassing, will be prosecuted. Wants a Situation, A S GARDENER, a young man practically ac quainted with the business. Respectable reference can be given. Apply, if by letter, post paid, to the office of this paper. Notice. A IIEETING of persons interested in the erec tion of a Bridge at the South end of Auburn. street, will take place at the Chequers Inn, corner of Auburn and Clinton-streets, on Monday Evening next, at 5 o'clock P.At.

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