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

Mna. BRADLEY was expected to arrive in to0Wt last night. THE ASsIZES.-His Honor the Objief Justige, accompanied by the High Sheriff, will leave Sydney ott Tuesday next for Goulburn, where they will arrive on Friday, and on the following niorniug,. arter service at the Clhurch, a Court of Oyer and Terinjuer and general gaol delivery will be held. The Solicitor General will conduct the oases for the Crown, and Messrs. Holroyd and Purefoy will be present. Mr. Lowe was expected up, but owing to nt accident to that getclenianu, by whichI his collar bone was brolcen, we are afraid lie will not have sulliciently recovered to attend. The calendar is an average otte, but contaits a greater number of serious cases than usual. The tollowing pri sotters are ini gaol awaiting trial at the assizes: Thomas O'Brieti, murder; Charles While,. Thomas Wiltley, and Thomas Brownt, dray robbery; Charles Whye, violent assault; Colin M'Laren, obtaining. nioney tinder false pretenees; Richard Midilleton, ste...

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 — 1 September 1849

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THE REMEMBRANCES OF A MONTHLY NURSE. ADA LASCELLES. [CONTINUED FROM OUR LAST.] [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 1 September 1849

THE REMEMiBRANCES OF A - MONTHLY NURSE. -0 ADA LASCELLES. [CONTINUESD FnOe ouR LAST.] " JUST as usual," replied his motller, weep ing, "ever in want of money; he would drain you, if hlie could, I fear, of every shil ling. H-e asks now for an additional £200, and says his honour will be forfeited; and he must give up his appointment at Calcutta, unless it is immdiately Sent to him. But I will not permit you to inj?re youi'self and my other child for his exstravagaces: Doetor, we will not' send him this money." '"But' we ivill' though;" exclaimed the well-meaning And generopus physician; ' "my Eleanor's firs't-born child shall not be lost 'forwant of assistance I have no doubt, after this, he will 'settle steadily enough, and we shall hear of his:being a great ancd good man yet, imy dearest love. . I was startled by hearing a gentie sigh -near me : it wasifrom Add Lascelles, who S had meekly returned, and had taken -a seat close beside me. All resentments seemed dead within that puie,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 1 September 1849

OCHEAP BOOKS, Just arrived and on sale at the "GOULBURN HERALD" OFFICE, AUBURN STREET, GOULBURN, COMPRISING Poetical Works of Sir Walter Scott, 2s, Od. Cooper's Pioneer's, 2s. ld. -- Red Rover, 2s Gd. - Last of the Mohicans, 2s. Od. - Lionel Lincoln, 2s. Gd. Jolhnuson'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, B13.A., 3 vols. Scott's Fortunes of Nigel, 3 vols. - Rob Roy, 3 vols. -- Periodical Criticism, 5 vols. -- Waverley, 2 vols. Betrothed Lovers, by Manusoni, 3 vols. The Hungarian Brothers, by Miss Porter Dickens' Pickwickl Papers --- Nicholas Nickleby Hunchback of Notre Dame Smith's Wealth of Nations Arabian Nights Entertainments, 1552 Engravings. And a great number of others, too numerous to particularise. Two Shillings each. Parley's Tales, various Bachelor's Christmas Cecilia Mary de Clif...

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Sydney News. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 1 September 1849

Sydney News. ---o- LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 15.. Mn. DARVALL presented a petition from the Roman Catholics of Bathurst, praying for a more equitable distribution of the sums aip propriated to Denominational Education. Mr. COWrPERI brought up the report of the Select Committee on the Darlinghurst Gaol, which, together with the evidence, was ordered to be printed. Leave was given to the Collector of Cus toms to bring in a Bill to amend the Gun powder Act. The Council then went into committee on the Estimates, and the following sums were voted :--For public works, Port Phillip, £1,288 10s. 10ld.; for the Botanic Gardens, Sydney, £964 1 ls. for the Botanic Gar. dens, Melbourne, £393 6s. 3d.; for the Outer Domain, Sydney, £151 5s.; for the Government Printing Office, £2,285 19s. 3d.; gunpowder magazine, Melbourne, £300; for Coroner's salaries, £963 3s. 9d.; for the Protestant Orphan School, Parramatta, £560; for the Roman Catholic Orphan School, Parramatta, £345; Health Off...

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MELBOURNE MARKETS.—AUG. 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 1 September 1849

MELBOURNE MARKETS.-AUG. 25. WHEAT, fromn s. Od. to 4s. per bushel; burley, 2s. 6t. to 3s. per ditto; oats, 2s. 6d. to 8s. per ditto. At Messrs. W. M. Tennent and Co.'s veekly sale, on Saturday, at the stores of Mr. Jacomb, Flinder's lane, hides brought 8s. each, sheepsktius fiom 44(d. to 4?d. per lb., and bush tailow 2(d. per lb. Messrs. Mickle and Lilburne sold yesterday, 500 fat wethers at Os., 800 ditto (small) 7s., 50 fat bullocks at £3 Os., and 25 (inferior) ditto at from 40s. to 50s. per head. Messrs. Bear and Son sold at auction, yesterday, at the Market, 107 bullocks, some of which were very good and others inferior, at an average of '3 3s. per head; also, 500 fat wethers, and some ewes, at 8s. per head.

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Colonial News. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 1 September 1849

Colonial News. THE COLONiAkL O FICE AND COLONIAL Rror~M.-'.We have juist been favoured with. the following extract of a letter ifrom one of the most popular writers of the day to a friend in this quarter, and who is also one of the most extensive publishers in Great .Bri tain, having one hundred men employed, ten steam-moVed printing machines at work, throwing off 50,000 sheets daily:--" As to the Colonial government here, we all: know it is a very bad one, and are doing all in our power to reformjt. The colopnists commit a blunder in ever addressing the. Colonial Office at all, or at least resting satisfied with having done so. Thejy should address the people of England in the columns of the Times, and that terriiflc engine, well worked would soon bring the Colonial Se cretary to his senses. At present all repre sentations from Colonies to the Colonial Office are entombed and never heard of. I shall occasionally drop you a newspaper to shew you what is doing by way of reform." Corr...

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SYDNEY MARKETS.—FRIDAY AUG. 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 1 September 1849

SYDNEY MARIKETS.-FRa Y AUi' G.' 24; Our markets have buen ratlher quiet duritig the week, and n'o alteration perceptible f'ronjt last quotu lions. Brandyv, rmni, and gin, are still to lte.l,,d ais last quoted. Teas are firm, andi Coo~nigts, :a good deal enquired for-76s.l has' bee:n paid: for good bitndls: there are iholders at £4. Importers of Sugar are exceedingly firm, d!d t"ok fod fr £8 fine samples of Pampanga, but low quailities of ithe same article can still be had at £1t. Oilhieh's Stores meet a ready sale as they are landted; about 100 tons fine Salt, ex Digby, offered at auction, realized O1. to 52s Ot6. Thie cargo of thie Undaunted, from Oporto, offered for sale at atction, was for thie most part sold; the whole of the single diamond wine was quitted at prices ranging from Ss. 6d. to 3s. 10d. per gallon. The parcel of Calilbrnian gold, ex William Hill, offered at 70s., was tatkeni at a slight reduction, for transhipment, say 1,300 ounces. No. 3 Cigars atre much enquired f...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 1 September 1849

TO CORRiSPONDENTS. M. T..is declined. The rnmour respecting a hostile metliug in tlhe neighbourhood ]ins no fountdation.

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Commercial Intelligence. GOULBURN MARKET—FRIDAY, AUG. 31, 1849 FLOUR AT THE MILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 1 September 1849

Commercial Intelligence. -?0 - GOULBURN MARKET-FRIDAY, Auve. 31, 1849 °FLOUR AT TH M'ILL. First quality ..............per ton $ 10 Secoids............... Ration . . ... . .... "::.. 8 WVHEAT.--Thelre h ino varintion in ,he price of wheat. The demand is still slack :iat 2s 6d. OiTs.-Fair samples realise 2s. Gd., hut the sale is very limited. -,-' " .:. :.: MxizE.-Some ejicellent coirn is justnow in'.town? the retailers are isikng 4s :a bushel fort it. BUTOHEII.' M1EAr.--Tl ee is: no fat niUtttil or beef to be'drid. Cattle are very scarce,'dear iand bad. Fat sheep are difilcult to bheobtained. SDAIrY PnoDUCE.--utter is Statiionary at lls. Il for salt, au'd Is. 4d. 'fresh, wholestile. Cheese, non e of the bettersort i thilie iat rket. :

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 1 September 1849

SIN order to present our readers with an early report of the trials at the present Circuit Court, we shall publish a Supple ment on Thursday morning, which will . :.contain the Assize Intelligece ui p to Wed nesday night. The. Siplehmentvfill .be dispatched to our Country Subscribers by the Mails which leave..Goulbuin.at: ?w o o'clock on Thursday morning. REID'S FLATS, IMANER00.--3Mr. IIENRY SorLIoNs, Storekeeper, has been ap-. pointed Agent for the Goulburn H1erald, in the Manoroo distriot. Hie is authorized .to receive Subscribers' names, orders for printing and advertisements, and to col lect all moneys due to this Establishment, hanving bean furnished with printed re ceipts for that purpose, signed by W. JONES. Hierald Office, Goulburn, September 1, 1849. THE GOULBURN H-IERALD. SaTunDaY, SEPEMBER 1, 1849.

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AN IRON CHAPEL IN THE SOUTH SEAS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 1 September 1849

AN InoN CIHAPEL IN THE SOUTH SEAs.-During the last few years, a considerable number of ships having anchored at Apia H-larbour, and numbers of foreign residents having settled around the bay, it was thought desirable that a small place of worshlip should be erected for the purpose of holding Eu glishl service on the Sabbath. Subscriptions were made by the missionaries and foreign residents, which, with sums given by captains and crews, amounted to nearly £60. The " John Williams" being about to return to England. the committee requested Mr. Mills, the Missionary at Apia, and Captain Morgan, to use every effort to procure an. iron chapel, to be brought out in thie missionary vessel. On the arrival of the " John Williams" in London an appeal was laid before the Directors of the London Missionary Society as well as the Bri tish and Foreign Seamen's Society. We now take the opportunity of expressing the sense of gratitude which we feel for the efforts made by the Rev. J. J. Freeman and ...

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ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 1 September 1849

ENGLISH NEWS. .Trn following precis taken frdom the Ade laide papers.will serve to connect the new8 ,received by the last. European arrivals at Sydney, with the intelligence received by w'ay of Ceylon. •THE cabinet of Louis Napoleoh persevere in their wise determination to support Eng land:ifi moderating European politics. With the exceptioin of the expedition to re-instate the Pope, which has left Marseilles for Civita Vecchia , the only intervention they con template is diplomatic intervention,and the only "conditions they desire to impiose, arei such as -tend to restore the state of things anteriior to 'the at;tempted revolutions:I We can discover nothing definitive ii the affairs of Gerimany. Zai Presse states .that :several. f the sovereigns of Germany have, 'at the :suggestion of the Kindg of Prussia, resolved'to asseimible a.congress of sovereignsu, at Gbthato regulatebt?he 'tffirs of that part of te Europeal n Continient. The. cliestion of Germain unity assrinehs a new'shali...

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REVIEW. THE EMIGRANT FAMILY; OR, THE STORY OF THE AUSTRALIAN SETTLERS. BY THE AUTHOR OF "SETTLERS AND CONVICTS." IN THREE VOLUMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 1 September 1849

REVIEW. [From the Observer, March 4.] THE EMtIGRANT FAMILY; OR, THE STORY OF THE AUSTRALIAN SETTLERS. BY THE AUTHOR OF S." BETTLERS AND CONVICTS'" IN THREE VOLUMES. " LIFE IN AUSTRAL?," perhaps, as properly as the " Eriigrant Family," should be the title of this work, which is evidently written with a full know. ledge of all the modes of being in that great colony, from the new come capitalist to the convicet, his slave; from the " currency lads and lasses" to the bushranger and the savage native. Thile picture is not a pleasant one, and it is, therefore, not an ex aggerated one. Thile story of thile Australian settler is soon told-convict servants, a comfortless hIlome, neighbours, in whose blood the original taint of their fathers thievery runs, and, moreover, makes itself manifest in chleatery; "black fellows" and their "gins"-thant is to say, savage aboriginals and their wives--la life of toil. aind danger, and a death unhonoured and unregretted except by the limited circle of h...

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HUNTERS OF THE FAR WEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 1 September 1849

. HUNTERS OF THE F'AR WEST. Wn found in the camp, much to our gratifi cation, after a long fast, an 'abtundance of fat grisly bear-meft, and the most delicious and tendei' deer-meat. The camp looked like a butclier's stall. The pot, filled with bear flesh, wasl boiled again and again, and the choice pieces of tender venison were roasting and dis-appearing with singular rapidity, for : lont .time. (Bread there was none, of course:: ; Such a delicacy is unknown to the inmounitain trappers, nor:is it much desired by them..: The hunting paity consisted of Mr. G?reenwood, Iir Turner, Mr. Adams, and three isons of Mr. G.; one grown, and the other two boys, ten or twelir e years of age, half-bied Indians, the mother being. a Crow. One of these boys .is named "?" Governor Boggs,'" after ex-Governor Boggs, of Mis souri,: an obld friend of the.ifather. Mr. Greenwood, or ¶' Old Greenwood," as he is t'aimiliurly called, :accordingly to his .own statement:, is eighty-three years .of age, and has...

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EXECUTION OF JAMES LANDICK, AT EXETER, FOR THE MURDER OF MRS. GRACE HOLMAN, AT TAPHOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 1 September 1849

EXECUTION OF JAMIES LANDICK, AT EXETER, FOR THIE MURDER OF MRS. GRACE HOLMAN, AT TAPHOUSE. [From tie Plymouth I-Ierld," April 14, 1849.] THE convicted murderer of. Mrs. Grace Hiolman finished his career of:crimie upon the public scaffold on Monday. ., Siltice his condemnation he has exhibited great self-possession which lhas: only given way at times to a sense of his position; he has not indulged in hopes of a comymuta 'tiou of his merited punishment and has conu 'tiriued to read..under t?he able :assistance klffrded? by the. worthly Chaplain, the ~ev. Mii Hellings. Since the trial he has :fre qluently': adverted to his past 1ife, and has aoknowiledged? th'at from the age of 14.he his bIeen practising theft, occasionally anc - conpainied with the graver :crime of house breakiig, but as he seldom engaged in those deprucatioans in company Of accomplices, he has beldoml.fouid .himself within ithe power of. the law.. IHe has, however, oeen tried at Tuinton and at Bodmin, and on three oc...

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TERMINATION OF THE INDIAN CAMPAIGN. PARLIAMENTARY VOTE OF THANKS—SPEECH OF THE DUKE OF WELLINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 1 September 1849

TERMINATION OF THE INDIAN CAMBPAIGN. PARLIAMENTARY VOTE OF THANKS-SPEECII OF THE D)UKE OF WELLINGTON. " TiE Duke of Wellington (who addressed their lordships with great, energy and earn estness) said,-My lords it has fallen to my lot to know, and to have to consider, the great difficulties under which this war has been conducted. And, my lords, I must say that in no case have I seen stronger in stances of good conduct than in carrying on the operations of which it is now proposed to your lordships to pronounce your appro bation. Miy lords, this war originated in the dishonor, perfidy, and faithlessness of the servants and officers of the native Govern ment of Lahore. The Governor-General being, under the articles of a treaty, the guardian of the infant MahaLrajah of the Punjab, was bound by this treaty to control the acts of his Government, and to give his assistance in carrying on its operations. MIy lords, all the servants of the Government betrayed their trust. As the noble lord ...

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COLONIAL SELF-GOVERNMENT AND SELF-DEFENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 1 September 1849

COLONIAL SELF- GOVERNMENT: AND SELF-DEFENCE. S: [From the Times, 20th April, 18401].... THERE are; two.: points: of . colonial policy -which: .especially affect the interests and attract-the attention of the English public ---the first is the colonial power of self government; the second is,the colonial means of self-defence. The former is identified with every sentiment of civil liberty; the latter is associated with every principle of national economy. : As a general principle nothing can be more true than the doctrine which Mlr. Glad stone enunciated with so distinct an emphasis on: Monday night: the capacity of English men to govern themselves accompanies them to every part of the globe; and whenever an Anglo-Saxon society has been established, there the rig!ht and the means of self-govern ment already exist. This is true as a general principle; but, like every general principle, it requires to be understood with those limi tations of circumstances from the favoura ble combinati...

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ENIGMA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 1 September 1849

ENIGIMA. .. I'M found inthe regions of bliss, I'm found in the depths of the earth, ::I leave you in moments of joy, But come back in the season of mirth. When blooming in health I remain, -;But from sickness I take a wide flight, The morning I shun-Don't complain I come back again with tile night. With me riches cannot dispense, ; So with poverty I'm niver seen I've nothing to do withl content, But with wretchedness always nave been. Say, what is this contrary thing ? Has it feeling, or sense, or a nsme ? Does it run, walk, or soar on the wing? This I'll tell you-I'm found in the Thames. TYRO.

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Original Poetry. WINTER FLOWERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 1 September 1849

-0--- WINTER FLOWERS. : I cannot twine a blooming wreath, - Of sunny flowers, whse odours breathe, Of glowiug summer's rich perfume, With glossy leaf and velvet bloom; Ahl no, these pale and scentless flowers Hiarve dared to graen our winter hours, And ventured, with their fragile forms, To brave the winter's chilling storms. And yet these faded Ilowers 1 prize, The' wanting summer's varied dyes; They seem to tell of love sincere, That feels no change, anud knows no fear, But still lives on through darkest hours To cheer and bless, like-Winter flowers. M.A. B.

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