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MELBOURNE MARKETS.—AUGUST 18, 1849. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 25 August 1849

MELBOURNE MARI(KETS.-AUGUST 1i8, 1840. There have been' very fewv:sales; of any conse quence, in the grai nlarkel;, this week, andL prices have variedl little. Wiheet, s. 10li. t&o 4s.; barleyd 2s. i)d. to S .;: oatoS;s. 20il. to 3s. per bushel. The.demand for fait.cattle this week waris fully eqtial to the supply, aid first quality sold at from Os. to 10s. Od. per 100 lbs. Good quality fat irvethlers, of which there is a scarcity, sold at nearly lrd. per lb. Store wethers sold this week at Os. ech, and mixed lots are worthl about 5s. each. WOnRKNt BULLOCKS have been much enqutired for this week; gdod teams are scarce, and worth ffom £7 to £8 per iiair, bows and yokes given in. Therse is o alteration in the price of mixed cattle, purchasers for which are not easy tobe met with. A rise has tlaken'place in the piice of lihorse stock, and .ales ntoi thisv e elis teitk withn.nuch more spirit than of .late. .,itiixed lot, sotsistlisgt of drjtft cults and tlies,,(somb brolkcen it;...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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Colonial News. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 25 August 1849

Colonial News. -0 SUPPOSED CATASTROPIIE.-A Melbourne firm has received a letter from London, dated 19th April, mentioning "that many bales of wool have been fallen in with in lat. 47 deg., long. 10 deg.--Mlelbourne Dailj News, August 11. GooD--VERY.-In a trespass case that some few days since came before the Court, Mr. Stawell, in commenting upon the evi dence of some country witnesses, stigmatized it as the statement of unwashed witnesses. " There is no evidence, M]r. Stawell, of their being unwashed," rejoined his Honor. "I beg your Honor's pardon," promptly said the learned pundit, "there is prima :facie evi dence of the fact."-AMelbourne Daily News, August 11. TAx oN NEWsrsA.Ps.-- e cannot con clude without censuring the unwise, illiberal, and inverted policy displayed by the Govern 'ment in thus placing a prohibitoryprice upon periodical literature, the "only information for the people," accessible to the dispersed and widely scattered population of these co lonies; the only re...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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SYDNEY MARKETS.—FRIDAY, AUGUST 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 25 August 1849

SYDNEY MARKE'TS.-FuDnAY, Auousv 17. Owing to arrivals during the week; stocks ofsundlry articles have been replenished, which hlad run very low previously. Our -Imports are likely to increase much during the next four months:: a noorresponding demnand mnay be looked for, and in many instances higher rates; excepting staple goods. TUle trade hold the stocks, and by them all chnnce orders from the outports are supplied. The market is altogether in a most healthy state. Importers arewell remu lierated on recent operatiotis, with few exceptions. The trade realise at fair prices, and perfect confi. dence exists between both. Bn?NDY.-Stocks are accnmulating. Prices have declined, and several purchases have been made, ex late ships, at the reduced rates. ClOans have advanced about 2s. per thousand. CoF?E?E.--Arrivals command former rates. CURniANTs.-A- considerabiy. increased consump. tion at home, will probably keep us barely supplied, and prices within the next two monthis will go very m...

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CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 25 August 1849

CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. W?-have received complete files of Cape papers to the 7th July inclusive. Up to that.date the convict ship had not arrived, but was daily expected. The excitement ftmongst the colonists was at the highest pitch, in consequence of the Governor having announced his intention of carrying out the instructions of Earl Grey to land the con victs. On the 4th July, an immense public meeting, attended by about 8,000. persons, was held in the open air, "amidst a furious blast" and "tremendous bursts of rain." The resolutions adopted were of the strongest character. One of them was to thile effect that the conduct of the Governor, in refusing to take upon himself the responsibility of suspending the injurious and degrading measure; and his determination -to carry it out, "in violation of a pledge to the con trary given to the people, proves that the Government of the colony, as at present ad ministered, is wholly at variance with the just and inalienable rights of 3ritishsub...

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Commercial Intelligence. GOULBURN MARKET—FRIDAY, AUG, 24, 1849. FLOUR AT THE MILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 25 August 1849

Commercial Intelligence. -0 GOULBURN MARKET-FBIDAy , Aue. 24, 1849. FLOUR AT TIIHE ILL, First quality .................per ton £ 10 Seconds...................... ,, £ 0 Ration........................ c 8 THERnE hRas been no Rlcernioil ill the price of grain this week. HAY is down in price, and 30g. to 35s, is the highest figure offered. POTATOES are very scarce and very bad. A few loads would find buyers at good prices. BUTTER is still in demand. Salt (wholesale),ls.. to Is. id.; fresh, Is. Sd. to is. 4d.

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 25 August 1849

TO CORIRESPONDENTS. A Seitler'ileltir oztrnages lhe first rules of eomnposi. tion: we canot mtke it our. We shall be hilpp'. to insertit t ih e will corrIect it ;-the labour is too great for us. On Eternity.-Declined, with thanks. Moreton Bay, Courier.-The plan duly received: many lthanks for your polite attention. William Tell.-We wish to avoid controversies on religidn and Church discipliue. SMuchli domestic and other matter is shut outt owing to a press of advertisements.

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FRENCH OPINIONS ON CALIFORNIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 25 August 1849

FRENCH OPINIONS ON CALIFORNIA. ----- - [From the Journal des Debats.] THE most remarkable of the day in the order of material facts, that whichI is most calculated to exercise a weighty influence on tile economical in terests of society, is unquestionably the discovery and the working of tile auriferous districts of Cali. fornia. We have already examined that branch of the subject which refers to the metallic circulation. Let us now advert to another no less important. The gold mines of tile Rocky Mountains, produe. tive as they are shown to be to the seekers of gold, will not be-far from it-tile only source of wealth available in the immense and fertile valley which extends over a space of 9001 kilomaters it lengthl and 80 in breadth, between the Sierca-Nevada and tile Californian coast. There is another source of wealth in that region about to be increased and extended, which will be more certain, more durable, and more worthy, too, of the efforts of humau acti vity ;-we allude to...

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

NEW ZEALAND. THE following interesting particulars of this colony are extracted from a letter from a settler, who was formerly a shepherd in this county, and emigrated about six years ago: "New Plymouth, New Zealand, April'30, 1848. "I think that I can now say that the set tlement is likely to do well, as the Govern ment have purchased from the natives every mile of rich ground, and the settlers that have been so long deprived of their land are now allowed tb choose land from the district. The whole of Taranakie is well supplied with springs and fine rivers of good water: plenty of fish and wild ducks. The greatest pro duce of the land hitherto has been wheat, of which we have very excellent sorts. The finest wheat that can be sold is £8 per load; barley, 6s. per bushel; oats, 6s; potatoes, £3 per ton. The settlement hasbeen very low, and the settlers in general badly off, but even then the labouring classes were much better off than the labouring classes in Eng land; but now we hav...

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AUSTRALIA AND THE AMERICANS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 25 August 1849

AUSTRALIA AND THE AMERICANS. AUSTRALIA will derive benefit from the repeal of the Navigation-laws, particularly Swan River, and other minor ports. The Americans frequently carry on a retail trade in their ships, quite different to the pro ceedings of our merchant princes. A ship is built, freighted and manned by the joint contributions of a seaport or river village. Some find labour-some have timber-the blacksmith contributes his skill and his labour-the freight is made of odds and ends, of superfluous produce, and "Yankee notions," or toys fit for savages and back woods-women. The crew may not perhaps include more then two able seamen. We met once at Bahai, the captain of a most suc cessful little schooner, engaged in whaling and sealing, who was not only captain but carpenter and doctor, and first-rate in all capacities, although he had started in life as schoolmaster, and never ventured on salt water until he was past thirty years of age. He said he was-and he was-the smartest ca...

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VIOLATION AND MATRICIDE IN LINCOLNSHIRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 25 August 1849

VIOLATION AND MATRICIDE IN LINCOLNSHIRE. [From the Boston Herald.] ON the banks of the Limb, a side drain com municating with the Steeping river, and about a mile from the village of Thorpe, is a farm known by the name of " Firsby Clough," at which resides a small farmer named William Ward, occupying about sixty acres of land under Mr. Careby, and being in addition the owner of upwards of twenty acres in the vicinity. His family in the house consisted of his wife, a comely woman, 51 years of age, his only son, aged 26, and a maid servant, Susannah Bogg, in her nine teenth year, who had been in their service about five months. The son, John Ward, had for some time paid great attention to Susannah, who is a good looking girl, belong ing to Wainfleet, All Saints, and had offered to marry her. His suit, unfortunately, did not prosper, and he has, subsecluently, seve ral times attempted to effect by violence what she refused to his legitimate advances. On two occasions, at least, the poo...

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A DAY'S SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 25 August 1849

A DAY'S SHOOTING. [From Bentley's Miscellany for February.] TIE writer, a Britisher, was on visit to the United States in July, and having letters of introduction to a Colonel Zedekiah Faithful, who resided in the interior of New Jersey, he determined to have a day's Shooting at Woodcocks; and an old nigger, Apollo, was deputed to accompany him. His day's ad ventures are thus described: MIy coat was of the latest London cut, and, to suit the heat of the weather, of gauze like material, lower garment to match, shoes of the thinnest, andwith my superbly finished double gun slung over my arm, I felt my vast superiority over the poor old nigger, who was clad in a thick leather skirt, which reached to his thighs, and was there met by an enormous pair of strong boots; he was armed with a murderous-looking Queen Anne's musket; he muttered at starting something about "a little too tin for de swamp." On the way I endeavoured to draw Apollo into conversation, and I was soon convinced he could...

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Country News. MANEROO. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 25 August 1849

CoLuntry News. (rnoos oun owN comiESPONDENT.) QUEANBETAN PETTY SESSIONS -COMMIrTAL.-A ticket-of-leave holder by the name of Edward Thornett, late in the service of Captain Faunce, was fully committed on 'T'hursday last, for a rape on the body of Margaret Ivers, three years married, and scarcely seventeen years of age. She has been parted from hier husband for the last two years, and is now on the service of the Rev. Mr. Smith, of Queanbeyan. It appeared that between two and three o'clock in the morning of Tuesday last the prisoner effected an entrance into the dor mitory of this soung lady, with a drawn knife in his hand, which, she states he p)laced across her throat, swearing at the same time that if she made any noise or resistance, he would there and then put a period to her existance. Decency forbids the whole particulars being here related, as they ap peared in evidence, sufficient to say, that his thlreats (or as some say her pre-disposition towards tihe offender) had the des...

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Original Correspondence. WHAT ARE OUR CROWN LAND GRIEVANCES? II. To the Editor of the "Goulburn Herald." [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 25 August 1849

-0 WHAT ARE OUR CROWN LAND GRIEVANCES? II. To the Editor of the " Goulburn Herald." SIn:-Supposing the Government were to continue selling fitty-acre farms, some alteration must take place in the regulations relative to the sale of land in large blocks; it being out of all conscience to suppose that £1 an acre will be charged for a whole section, when lifty acres of the choicest land will be sold at the same rate. No reasonable man can suppose that the refuse is worth as much money as the choice land. One of the greatest errors which the Government of this colony has commnitted, is the way in which it hIas disposed of the waste latnd, selling it without any regard to locality, quality, or those other con siderations thlat sometimes rentder one lot of laud worth twice the money that an adtjoining piece may be worth. It is bad policy of any Government to reduce the price of its lands to so low a ligure as to enable persons to buy them up for the purposes of specula tion. Taklte Goulbu...

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Police Intelligence. TUESDAY, AUGUST 21, 1849. Before J. F. M'ARTHUR, ESQ., J.P.; W. P. FAITHFULL, Esq., and W. H. HOVELL, Esq., J.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 25 August 1849

TUesDAY, AUGUST 21, 1849. Before J. F1. M\'AnTHUun, Esq., J.P.; W. P. FAIrTH FULL, Esq., and W. H. HIo?ELL, Esq.,JP, WANToN AssAULT.-Thomas D)uffy was charged with assanittig a mnn named Johit Jaggers, a cnr* tier, at present reshiling in Goulburn. The prisoner had been summonn ed for last Friday to answer the charge, but not appearing when his name was called. the complaitant prayed a warrant for his appre hIension, which was granted, and on the same even. ing Duflntv was lodged in the leok-up. John Jaggers, wno had hobbled into court with the sssistence of a stick, was sworn, nud deposed, that he resided in premies adj"oinig the residence and timber yard of hI a. Doyle, Anburn-slreet, and that on Monday the 13th inst., between the hours of eleven and twelve at night he heard persons talking very loudly in a shed belonging to Mr. Doyle, that was used as a haystore, Upon going out towards the shed witness abserved the prisoner and a man named Sterling in amongst thte ba'; they had a...

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Original Poetry. TO MARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 25 August 1849

-0 TO MARY. MARY, how many years have pass'd away Since last we met! we have been long estrang'd, And now we meet as strangers: hath the hand Of time so alte-'d me, am I so chang'd That eventhou, friend of my early youth, For whom my heart.o'erflowed with tenderness, Knowest me not ? or'hlast thou learn'd too well The cold harsh lesson of forgetfulness Of all our days of happiness! to me At least they were most happy days; my lot Since then hath been a bitter one, for fate Hath will'd that I should live to be forgot. Mary, I keep a little faded flower; Dost thou remember twining in my hair A rose and willow branch, and laughingly Saying that they were fit companions there ? Alas! too true, my hopes were like that rose I'ost bright, most fair, but ah ! too quickly reft, The flower faded, those bright hIopes decay'd, The willow and the broken-heart were left. Butthou art still as beautiful as e'er Thou wert, and years have added but a grace To thy bewitching smile, thy fairy form, And...

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

CADVERTISEMENT.] -BAD COUGHS AND COLDS CURED BY HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT AND PILLS.- All counghs and colds affect, more or less, the lungs and other respiratory organs; thus few remuedies have any power ill their cure when of long standing, for the reasons that they do not reach the parts affected. Now where there are any symptoms of asthma, or tightness of the chest, or dilliculty of breathing, if niglt'land morning, Holloway's Oint ment be well rubbed into tile throat and chlest, all fever and inflammation will be removed, the breath ing become free and the cough cease, providing a few doses of Holloway's Pills be taken according to the printed directions. Good News for the Public!!! ' E CO N D S F L O U R, WARRANTED SOUND' 88s. 6d. per 100 lbs. AT LEVY V\ANDENBURG'S, AT? AND CORN STORE, ADJOINING MR MANDELSON'S HOTEL. EXTRAORDINARY ATTRACTION i -0 HARP xNVF, AfLvBURN-S7EitET. '----0--- ESSRS. BEAUFOY AND IIOLLAND beg to acquaint tlhe inhabitants of GouL EURN and its vicinity, that the...

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IRON AT MARULAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 25 August 1849

:: IRON AT NIARULAN. NATURE appears to be peculiarly bountiful to this district, in placing within the reach of its inhabitants, by the discovery of a rich S iron mine at Marulan, the means of carry ing out the two great plans for the regene ration of its wealth that have of late much occupied their attention-we allude to the railway and cloth works. The mine is situated on an estate of Major Lockyer, about a mile and a-half from the Inn at Shelly's Flat, on the right hand side of, and about three hundred yards distant from the road leading to i\Marulan. It occupies an area of about fifty acres, on a sloping hill, the summit of which is some forty or fifty feet above the level of the surrounding country. The surface is thickly covered with thb valuable metal in nearly a pure state, and if we can judge from the appeaiandes it presents we should say that it is capable of affording an inexhaustible supply with the labor of only the crow-bar and pick. We are informed that the fortunate ...

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

BERn2aIA.--MIr. JOSEPHI L9EVY has accepted 'the Agency of this Journal for thle neigh bourhood of IBerrimna. Mr. Levy will receive orders for printing and adver tising, and is authorised to collect accounts due to this establishment, having been furnished with printed receipts for that purpose, signed by the proprietor, W. JONES. Herald Office, Goulburn, August 25, 1S46. BUrorowA.-Mr. JOHN WALTON' has been appointed Agent for this Journal in the above district. He will receive orders for printing and advertising, and is autho rized to collect monies due to this esta blishment, having been furnished with printed receipts for that purpose, signed by the proprietor, W. JONES. Goulburtn Herald Oqfice, August 18, 1849. THE GOULBURN HERALD. SSATURDAY, AvGvusT 25, 1849.

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, AUGUST 21. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 25 August 1849

LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, AUGUST 21. Ma. h?f~nTIN gave notice that on Tuesday he would move for leave to bring in a Bill to facilitate the performntiicee of the duties of'Justices of the Peace out of Quarter Sessions,- w:th respect to summary convictions and orders. A Message ..ns brought in from his Excellency the Governor, of whiich the following is a copy: CInAnLts A. FITz. Roy. The Governor places be fore the Legislative Council the copy of a dtlespatchl from her M:aljesty's Secretary of State for thie co lonuies, wliich Ite has recently received, int reply to hIis Excelleicy's despatches of thie 20lth July, 1848, ;os. 160 and 170, on the subject of the cltaii set up by certain owners of land for whiclh quit-rento are due, or hlave been paid to the Crowa, for a re. mission of the arrears, or a refunding of thie sums paid by them, to the extent to which they considtler themtselves entitled in considteration lof their main tenance of conviets under certain regulations issiedt ...

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

CALIFORNIA. THE TCilliam Hill, from San Francisco the 23rd iMay, arrived in Sydney Harbour on Saturday last. She called at Tahiti on her way here, and took on board fourteen casks of sperm and forty-five casks of cocoanut oil. She brings from the Gold Region about 1,200 ounces of dust, worth about £3,600, and a return cargo of slops, clothing, iron mongery, brandy, rum, wine, and tobacco. IMessrs. E. S. and W. Iill, Captain Norris, and Mr. F. Allhan, were passengers by her. Merchandise of common kinds were a drug in the market, and the local newspapers are filled with advertisements of goods of all de scriptions. The United States having failed to ex tend the protection of the. American laws to th'e inhabitants, meetings had been called for June, for the purpose of electing deputies and forming a Provisional Government. Several of the districts had already declared against the introduction of slavery in any shape. The immenseincrease in population is creating great alarm: for should...

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