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Commercial Intelligence. GOULBURN MARKET—FRIDAY, AUG. 17, 1849. FLOUR AT THE MILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 18 August 1849

Commercial Intelligence. o GOULBURN MARIKE'T-FRIDAY, AUG. 17, 1849. FLOUR AT THBE MILL. First q'iality .. .. .. .. pertou- 10 Seconds....'.: ....... .... . 9 R tion ... . ..... .... ....... 8 TTHEREnnhave 1 beu no eruvals of Wheat, this week. FAT BULLOeCKS sief sraire. Aot 00 thead were. sold ptiv.ei'., et 1£ . ind initesue?iaiej, aster wards clatieil liein s, at 3" Qs: IalixED OATT.LE lind no uvers. St . ; ? o. I tHile bi i lit es,- ?o' e fin lie maislet. '?rTit' isvery sece and dLa" goo0i qualities would find a reed sale. "

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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WATER SUPPLIED BY ARTIFICIAL MEANS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 18 August 1849

WATER SUPPLIED BY ARTIFICIAL MEANS. [From the " Australia Felix Magazine."] PERHIAPs there are few countries in the world so ill-supplied with water for drinking as New South Wales: it is very rarely in deed that perfectly pure water is to be had in the summer time. In a very great ma jority of cases, the water commonly drank is either in some degree brackish or mineral, or it has remained so long stagnant in water holes as to be very impure. Hitherto, the colonists having had so much to do, this has been little thought of; but, by degrees, the procuring a supply of really pure water will come to be considered of more and more consequence, for there can be no doubt it is most essential to the enjoyment of health. It seems nearly certain that in all the Australian colonies the situations will be very numerous, where good water cannot be obtained from wells, the strata being so gene rally impregnated with soluble salts; and in this case recourse must be had to re servoirs of considera...

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IRISH LANDLORDISM. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 18 August 1849

IRISH LANDLORiDISM. -0- [From Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper, March 25.] Ir further evidence had been necessary in proof of the utter selfishness and shortsighted ness of the Irish landlords, it would be fur nished in the opposition they are offering to the measure by which it is proposed to relieve some of the overburdened and bankrupt uni ons of Ireland, by a rate-in-aid, to the extent of sixpence in the pound. Ready as this class are to give their aid in the suppression of agitation, when employed on behalf of popular objects, and to assist in those who may perchance overstep the strict limits of the act for watching over and punishing " open and advised speaking," wherever the speakers are identified with the oppressed and prostrated classes ' of their unfortunate country, they are by no means fastidious in the language they use-by no means nice in the means they employ, whenever they fancy they discover that the obligations they owe their country in general, and their de pressed tena...

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Sydney News. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 18 August 1849

Sydney News. -0 LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TVEDNESDAY, AUGUST 8. MR. COWPER presented petitions from the Roman Catholic inhabitants of Liverpool and Campbelltown, praying for a more equi table division of the sums appropriated to denominational education. Mr. FITZGERALD presented a similar peti tion from Penrith. Mr. NICIHOLS brought in two Bills, one for the education of infant convicts, and the other to prevent frauds in trade. In reply to a question by Mr. DONALDSON, the COLONIAL SECRETARY stated that a clergyman had been appointed to take the spiritual charge of newly arrived immi grants of the Church of England. The House went into committee on the Weights and Measures Bill, and obtained leave to sit again on Thursday. On the order of the day for going into committee on the estimates being called, Mr. Cowper moved, that this Council declines to vote any sums for public works, until an efficient department is established for con ducting them. After some debate the motion was withdrawn...

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JEWISH CIVIL LIBERTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 18 August 1849

JEWISIHI CIVIL LIBERTY. lFrom a London Paper.] TnE history of the Jews is the history of the world. This can be said of no othelr people. They are the only universal nation. They are to be found everywhere, with a few petty exceptions; and their condition in different countries is as various as are the forms of government and creeds which pre vail therein. In France they enjoy complete emanci pation. There they number about 70,000. Belgium, the child of France, has followed her example, and the thousand Jews of Bel gium are put upon a par with the two mil lions of Christians. Holland, also, has given to the dispersed of Judah within her ,dominions all the rights and privileges of her own Christian subjects. But in most other nations they labour under restrictions of some kind or other. England belongs to this class of nations; but with us the res triction is now almost exclusively confined to the simple fact of disability to wear the honours of a parliamentary legislator. More over,...

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HORRIBLE INCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 18 August 1849

HORRIBLE INCIDENT. How dreadful is madness! How thrillitngtoibe hold a great mind wrecked and its elevated majesty,, dashed into fragments! In the nmind too iiuly. lies. all that raises man above the brule,. Destroy that, and he sinks immeasurably below the vilest of: rea-,; tion. One cannot too truthfully paint the dreadfnl excesses, in which humanity will plunge, when reason is unseated. All that brutality can invent, all that malice can design, all that subtlety canl weave, drive the unhappy individual, on to crime and blood-to such crime, as would make even demons weep- _ Poor De Lisle! said Fitzullan, after the dessert had been introduced, (for I had been dining with him that evening) unhappy mani!' so gifted and so generous! what a wretched fate is his. What a dreadful dispensation. Lone, widowed man ! I am sure, he never will survive the shock shIe so young and so beautiful, and: yet to die soa soon ! You know Winstanley, three months htiie not yet elapsed, since tlhey were ....

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Our Portfolio. ADDRESS, ON THE OPENING OF A SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 18 August 1849

-0 ADDRESS, ON THE OPENING OF A SCHOOL. -0 [THE following Address was lately delivered on the occasion of the opening of a School in the neigh bourhood of Yass.] M?I FnIENDs,--I avail myself of the position in which I am placed as a Teacher, to address myself I to you, in general terms on the subject of Educa tion. You have entrusted to my hands a work of no common magnitude; I am not the labourer, whose cares and anxieties are regulated by the ris ing and the setting of the sun, but to me is com mitted the all important task of moulding the youth ful mind; of instructing it in a knowledge of. the world in which we live, and in contemplation of all the - wonderful works of:iature,--thence, to lead the thoughts up to Him, who is the Creator and Ruler of all things. It is notithe mere imparting instruc tion-to.qualify the votirhof this School to read and write, ad i to mnange th eir.. owt. smnll; matters of ac cotpts, (fort ;I feel,. that were, .there: to stop, my diuty, would on)ly e...

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Country News. MANEROO. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 18 August 1849

Country News. (FRO M OUR owN CORRESPONDENT.) MIANE1OO.. THE INFLUENZA.-The road which had been travelled but eight days before, on the melaucholy occasion of conveying the remains of a beloved child, the oldest of three, to her eternal cot, had been retraversed on Wednlesday last, bearing Alice (three years old) the infant daughter of W. A. Brod ribb, Esq., J. P. to be deposited by the side of her sister, over whose coffin the earth had been scarcely strewn, and whose shroud is not yet moistened by the damp of the surrounding clay, when the, melan choly duty, of re-opening the yawning cavity again devolved on the afflicted parent. There the two little sisters, who but the other day were play com. panions, now lie cold and motionless byeach other's side. What a field for contemplation I When but a few short weeks ago those babes, now silent for ever, rose fresh from their cot, gave the morning honey of their waking lips to those of their fond parents; played and gnmbolled, and fciske...

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Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 18 August 1849

CLOTH WOnKS.-A Committee meeting was hell last night, at Woodrward's Hotel. Present: Messrs. W. H. Hovell, James Sinlciir, D. H. Thorn, FA Webster, N. Mandelson, M. Marks, and J. Collis s. After an interesting discus ion, in which each com mitteeman appeared to vie with the other in endea vouring to promote the project for establishing Cloth Works in Goulburn, it was resolved that the adjourned Public Meeting, be postponed until fur tiher notice, in order that more time might be'al lowed for collecting informastion on tile sibject of the proposal. The Committee will again meet on Thursday, 6th September. SHOCKING ACCIDEsNT.-We are informed that a shocking accident, occurred last week, to two men employed as miners at the'silvereaad lead mines.at Boro, belonging to Hugh Gordon, Esq.'. It appears that it was necessary, in order to carry oni the silk ing of a shaft, to blast a large rot:k, for which :pur pose, the usual means were adopted. The. traint having been laid, the workmen re.i...

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Original Poetry. LINES WRITTEN ON HEARING THAT MANY PERSONS WERE LEAVING GOULBURN FOR CALIFORNIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 18 August 1849

---0-- LINES WRITTEN ON HEARING THAT MANY PERSONS WERE LEAVING GOULBURN FOR CALIFORNIA. 0 WHY do they leave thee, fair and pleasing town, Quitting thy spacious streets and lofty halls, 'o the far distant sea-port hurrying down ? Why are they leaving thus thy shelt'ring walls? All! much I fear, the wanderers will filld, No hearts or homes, like those they leave behind h011 ! bright the vision that allures them now,. And wilder than an Eastern fairy tale, Of gold encircling many a mountain's brow, And streaming down their sides into the vale; They seek not homes, but gold, on that far shore, Yet some shall rest there, and return no more. fMethinks that I should like to read the heart Of all those eager voyagers, and find, The impulse strong that urged them to depart, And break the ties that love and friendship bind; In.vain we seek, it is not ours to trace That hidden spring, but we may read the face. Some go from love of change, some love of gold, Some for the power it gives, for goo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 18 August 1849

r'1HE ADJOURNED PUBLIC MEETING to .J take into consideration a proposal to establish Cloth Works, in Goulburn, is postponed until fur tlher notice, in order to afford the Committee snffi cient time to collect information on the subject. By order of the Committee J. H. P. POLSON, Committee Rooms, Hon. Sec., pro tem. Commercial Hotel, . 17th August, 1849, . Wanted, BED ROOM, furnished, or partly so, in a A house of a.respectable person, where there are no young children. Little attendance will be re quired. Terms must be very moderate. ''Apply by letter only, stating terms and other par ticulars, to A. B. C, Goulburn Herald Office. Wanted, FEMALE as a general House Servant, at a ROAD-SIDE INN, who will have to wait at ;table; good wages will be given, -'",Apply at the office of this paper, if by letter, (post paid.) Wanted, O.NE or.TWO good Drays, and two teams of 'J Bullocks, 1]OR CASH. lAgpply't6 the Office of this paper. Caution. STHE Undersigned having suffered great loss by fence...

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NEWS FROM CALIFORNIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 18 August 1849

NEWS FROM CALIFORNIA. A SYDNEY friend has forwarded us ex tracts from a letter he received by the Despatch. From them we can gather that the gold country will not prove as profitable to the emigrants as they expected. Those who were on the spot soon after the disco very of the gold have reaped a rich harvest, but the thousands who have been lately pouring in from all quarters will be wofully disappointed. San Francisco is in a dread ful state; the population is five times greater than the town can accommodate. The " Diggins" are ceasing to become piofitable, owing to the number of hands at work. Both there and in the town fever is doing its de vastating work. Hundreds are on a bed of sickness and the deaths are numerous. Every article in common use, including the neces saries of life, are cheaper than at Sydney. Flour, biscuit, beef, tea sugar, brandy, ale. and porter are plentiful, in fact there is enough to stock the country for years to come. There is no sale for rum at any price...

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EXPORTATION OF CLOTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 18 August 1849

EXPORTATION OF CLOTH. WE are happy to find that the proposal to establish cloth works in Goulburn is likely to meet with substantial encouragement from every class of the community: and this is as it should be, for when all will be partakers, directly or indirectly, of the ad vantages that will accrue from the formation of such works, the project should cease to be one of mere private enterprise. It has been said, that a cloth manufactory carried on upon the scale proposed would, in the course of a very short time, supply the colony with all the tweed and blankets that it would require for its own consumption for a long series of years to come, and that the works would then remain absolutely idle on account of their outstripping the demand. This would be true enough were it proposed to confine the manufacture of fabrics to the quantity consumed in the colony: but the proposal embraces the supply of a ' wider market,' which will absorb all that can be made and far, far more. The neig...

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Police Intelligence. TUESDAY, AUGUST 14, 1849. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 18 August 1849

TUESDAY, AUGUST 14, 1849. Before W. H. H-oELL, Esquire, J. P., W. P FAITHFULL, Esq., J. P., J. EDGE, Esq., J. P. DRUNKARD.-M-ary Ann Cusack, who had only a few days since been discharged from Gaol, where she had been confined under the vagrant act, was brought up charged with having appeared in the streets on the 10th instant, in a state of drnnken. ness. She pleaded guilty, and entreated the worthy magistrates to forgive her, promising that she would never offeud again, and that she would leave the town immediately. Captain Hovell ordered her to be confined in the cells for two days and directed the chief constable to instruct the publicans in the town, not to supply her with any liquor directly or indirectly. She was then removed. CHARGE OF RoBBERY.--George Stanley, a jour neyman butcher, was placed at the bar, charged with robbing another butcher of the name of John Flannagan, of seventeen £1 notes. Mr..Ogle applied for permission to stand by the prisoner and instruct him how to ...

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Original Correspondence. WHAT ARE OUR CROWN LAND GRIEVANCES? To the Editor of the "Goulburn Herald." [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 18 August 1849

-0---- WHAT ARE OUR CROWN LAND GRIEVANCES? To the Editor of the " Goulburn Herald." Srn,-The many grievances arising out of the va rious Crown lands regulations have tended to create more dissatisfaction among the bulk of the people than any other colonial question. So multifarious have these regulations become so many amendments upon the originals-that few if any of the people are thoroughly conversant with them. This being one strong argutment why the whole of the Crown lands regulations require an ex tensive reform,-to divest them of their various ob jectionable portions, as well as to render them in telligible to those immediately affected by them. But what should that reform be ? What are the objectionable portions? The fact is, the whole system is bad from beginning to endl. Every clause of these various regulations are so many blights and plague spots upon our colonial prosperity. The large squatter finds that he cannot carry on his oecupation profitably, if the regulations a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 25 August 1849

Subscribers' Names and Advertisemenls will be received at the Printing Office, Auburn-street, Goulburn, and by the fol lowing Agents: SYDNEY ........ Mr. T. EDWARDS, Bookseller (late Magee) Pitt street near Hunter-street QUEANBEYAN .... Mr. S. NUTTER BUNGONIA ...... Mr, TnIMNBL BERRIMA........ Mr. JOSEPH LEVY. YASS............ Mr. R. MIALLYO. GUNDAGAT ...... Mr scmPson, Inn-keeper BRAIDWOOD.. .. Mr. WILLIAMS, Storekeeper LAKE GEORGE;.. ,Mr. SAMA. CROWTHER MARULAN, ...... Mr. FIILLJAMES BUNGENDORE... Mr. O. BYRNE BINDA ........... Mr. MonRus, Inn-keeper JUJYONG FL AT } r.SH M rrumbidgee Mr. SamHAN, Innkeeper. BURROWA....... Mr. J. WALTON. MANEROO.......; Mr. HIBBURD. ALBURY........... Mr. D. MACKAY WAGGA WAGGA... Mr. J. ROBERTS, Innkeeper WOLLONGONG.... Mr. MusoRavE TUMUT RIVER.... Mr. JAMEs ADAMS. (All letters must be post paid.) [@ No receipt is genuine except on yellow pa per and signed by the proprietor, WILLIAN JoNEs. The quarters end on 24th March, 25th June 28rd September and ...

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THE REMEMBRANCES OF A MONTHLY NURSE. ADA LASCELLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 25 August 1849

THE REMEMBRANCES OF A MONTHLY NURSE. -0-- ADA LASCELLES. EARLY impressions and associations cling to us nearly as closely, through life, as the pe culiar contour of our faces, and the ex pression of our features. I cannot describe what I felt a year or two ago, when I met again, after a lapse of many years, the fondly remembered Eleanor L-, the beauty and the admiration of the whole school where I was educated. She was my senior some two or three summers, but she had honoured me with the name of "her favourite," and tdok my part in the school on all occasions, whether right or wrong; whilst I looked up to her almost with idolatry, and could have fought, scratched, or abused any one of the girls who dared to hint that Matilda B- , or Gertrude C-, was as handsome or as accomplished as my female paragon. She was, indeed, then, a most lovely creature; and; so thought a high and gallant officer, who obtained her from her parents at the early age. of sixteen years and a half, and took her...

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Sydney News. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, AUGUST 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 25 August 1849

Sydney News. -0 LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, AUGUST 14. THE ATTORNEY-GENERAL, on behalf of Mr. Cowper, begged leave to postpone the second reading of the Sydney Railway Bill for a week. The Bill for Incorporating Geelong was read a first time, and ordered to be read a second time on Tuesday week. The Infant Criminals Education Bill was read a second time, and considered in Com mittee, and leave obtained to sit again on Friday. The Fraud in Manufactures Bill was read a second time, considered in Committee, and ordered to be read a third time on Friday. The Yass School Lands Bill was read a third time, and passed. The Trust Money Bill was read a third time and passed. WVEDNESDAY, AUGUST 15. Mr. DANGAR presented a petition from the Roman Catholics of Singleton, praying for a more equitable distribution of the sums ap propriated to denominational education. Colonel SNODGRASS presented a similar pe tition from Moreton Bay. The Standard Weights and Measures Bill was further considered in...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 25 August 1849

CHEAP BOOKS, Just arrived and on sale at the "GOULBURN HERALD" OFFICE, AUBURN STREET, GOULBURIN, COMPRISING Poetical Works of Sir Walter Scott, 2s. 6d. Cooper's Pioneer's, 2s. Od. .---Red Rover, 2s, 6d. - Last of the Mohicans, 2s. 6d. - Lionel Lincoln, 2s. Gd. 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, 3 vols. -Rob Roy, 3 vols. -Periodical Criticism, 5 vols. - Waverley, 2 vols. Betrothed Lovers, by Mansoni, 3 vols. The Hungarian Brothers, by Miss Porter Dickens' Pickwick Papers - Nicholas Nickleby Hunchback of Notre Dame Smith's Wealth of Nations Arabian Nights Eutertainments, 152 Engravings. And a great number of others, too numerous to particularise. Two Shillings each. Parley's Tales, various Bachelor's Christmas Cecilia Mary de Clifford Queen...

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THURSDAY, AUGUST 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 25 August 1849

THURSDAY, AUGUST 16. Mr. LowE presented a petition from the Loyal Orange Institution, praying that they might be allowed to hold their meetings in licensed houses. The House went into Committee on the Publicans' Bill, and obtained leave to sit again on Wednesday. The remainder of the business was post poned, and the Council adjourned. FRIDAY, AUGouST 17. Mr. FOSTER brought up the report of the Railway Committee. Ordered to be printed. Mlr. WENTWORTH presented a petition from the City Council to suspend any pro ceedings with respect to the Corporation, for such time as would enable petitioners to take necessary steps for the maintenance of their own dignity and the welfare of the city. After some debate the petition was received on a division, by a majority of three: there being-ayes, 11; noes, 8. The Pawnbrokers' Bill was read a first time; ordered to be printed, and read a se cond time on Friday, the 31st instant. Dr. DICKSON moved an address to the Go vernor, for the establishment...

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