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Police Intelligence. TUESDAY, AUGUST 28, 1849. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 1 September 1849

S TUESDAYs AUGUST r28, 1849, BE?~RE W. H. HOvELL, Esq., J. P.; and F. Roscsr, Esq., JP. DEAD TIMana.-Mr. L, Af. Fenwick, overseer for F. Nicholas Rossi, appeared to prefer complaints against three persons for etealing dead wood off the esite of his employer, at Rossiville. The first de fendant was a lad apparently of about fourteen years of age, named William Whittle, who ploaded not guilty. " Mr. Fenwicklt, upon being sworn, deposed to everything except the facts necessary to establish tlhe charge-namnely, the stealing: the case was therefore dinsmissed. James Ward and Williamn Gilbert pleaded guilty to the informatious exhibited against them, and were convicted in the lowest pe nalty of 5s. each, and ls. the valule of the wood, with 4s. Od. costs. FasmAY, Auousr 321. Before W. H. HOVELL, Esq., J.P. Dsurwartno-Mary Ann Cuisack appeared to answer a charge of drunkenness. The informuation set forth that the present was her fifth offence. Having solemnly promised the presiding Magis t...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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Original Correspondence. To the Editor of the "Goulburn Herald." [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 1 September 1849

-0 To the Editor of the " Goulburn IHerald." SIRa,--From a statement in your last publication, it appears thaIt Messrs, Ross and iYalsh proposed that a Mechanics' Institute should be formed in Goul burn, the inhabitants of your town should lose no time in following up rithe advice of these gentlemen. 1-ow, different from their proceedings was the con duct of the members of a Book Club lately esta blished here; but uow defunct. When a gentleman, now deceased, proposed that a tradesman of this place should be admitted a mnimber, one of thie exclusives, bawled out " POu, .U ;" another, " RmIuDLoos;" a third: "A~SURD!" very absurd! itdeed! to admit into a Reading Club, A low born fool, Ne'er bred at school. Come again thou CELT, from thie IsLE Or MULL and with thy claymore cut the rimantrle of assumed gentility from the b.cks of those uwhg ould deprive tIe veriest beggar 6f the means of cultivlating hIris mind. 'Tlie recollection of this transacrtion of the Book •Club,' isi or dead but ...

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

AT BRISBANE GROVE BY GOULBURN.,, HE IMPORTED DRAUGHT STALLION B @ X ," R. TERMS--~1 2s. EACH MARE. Every attention paid to iMares sent, but no risk in curred from loss or accideunt. ElPcatre t Adrts. HE Public are most respectfully informed that the above Theatre will be Open THIS EVE NING, and every Evening during the ensuing week. E~P For Programme of the Performances see hand Bills. Tradesman's?Annual Ball. H-IE PUBLIC are respectfully informed that the anbove Ball will take place at Mr. O'BRIEN'S, Harp Inn, Auburn-street, on TUESDAY, the 25th September. ECic~itate TO BE IIHAD OF THE STEWARDS, Mr. GILLlSIE, IMr. CASONe. Mr. BOURRE, Mr. FITZPATnIQK SIOLE TICKrETS 7S. Od.-DounLu DITTo 10s. 6d. Caution. ? IHE Undersigned having suffered great loss by Sfences being broken down, Gattle and Horses stolen, antd driven from off his Land. HEREBY GIVES NOTICE, that any person "in hfture" found driving teams or cattle, or otherwise trespaesing thereon, will be prosecuted to the ut most rigo...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 1 September 1849

ARnRIVAL OF TTE JUDE.--His Honor the Chief Justice, accompanied by Adolphus Young, Esq., High Sheriff, and Mr. Stephens, the Clerk of Arraigns, arrived at Mandelson's Hotel yesterday evening, at twenty minutes after 5 o'clook. The sittings of the Circuit Court commence this morn ing. THE NEw COURT Housa being now complete, all parties having to attend during thile Assizes, will no doubt be satisfied that due regard has been had to their accommodation, In addition to the bench, clerk's desk, table, witness and jury boxes, and dock, seats are provided for the Press, wittesses who have been examined, and " spare jurors;" while attached to the Court are separate chambers for the Judge, Magistrates, Attorney-General, Barristers, Crown Solicitor, Clerk of thie Bench, witnesses, and pri soners,-all in their way complete. One very im portaut omission we must notice: no provision whatever is made for solicitors, either in the Court, or the bnildings attached to it. Surely they require an ant...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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THE DARLINGHURST GAOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 1 September 1849

THE DARLIN&EiURf STGOL. GAO. THE clear and explicit report which has been pre sentetd to the Legis'ti~e Counocil on tho-subjecdt of the.iDrlirighurst CGol, sets -the seal of truth upon thi numerouo rumunrs th.t have froln Sinie to'times oppearedl in. tha public prin.s relative io the mis t~haigetQit of that estnblishment. We hcve only ioom,- tbila peok, ;o drnw thle reader's attenition to s'ome of tho ]isrding statements which the report hcintiiins,.,ic.4;Oip g to ourselves .the ts3k, ot some rpture pariod, op m':aking a few observations on the discipline of thio eaol, as well as on prison-disci plin.e throughout tie colony. S'he report st.'es that " with the exception of the "eneral cle"ulinese cf aspect exhibited by the gaol, atd whicth oirciumatanoes ppears to hr.ve aeted as a blinli :to conceal: the enormities practised there, your Committee have beea unable to diseovar any. .single ciroumstcnee connected' viith its diacipline or nianagement not deserving of reprdbaiioh....

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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THE WOOLLEN COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 1 September 1849

THE WOOLLEN COMIPANY. TIE Cloth Work Committee have considered it advisable .to. postpone,.for a short tim" longer, the public meeting which was to have been held on the 21st ultimo, in order that they may have an bpportunity of col lecting all the information which it is pos 'sible to obtain on the subject they were ap pbinted to.enquire into. The earnest manner in which they are prosecuting this enquiry,. justly entitles. them. to the thanks of the comunity: it' is apparent they are deeply sensible of the advantages that would accrue to the colony a large, andc to: this district in particular, were a factory . established,, at which the ravw mater'ial--gi'rown in sch ,abundance in the Souathern Counties-could be converted iio the various fabrics fo. which it is so eminently adaipted-namely, tweeds,jflainels,ind blankets. Withrespet to to this latter article, we nave heard it asserted tlha~t there is no woobl in the colonyfrom wmhich it could be.economically miado, itt' bIiothe tl ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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CALIFORNIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 1 September 1849

* CALIFORNIA. " We made San Francisco on the 7thi May, at ten o'clock, with a linle breeze. We entered the bay, and as it opened upon us, tile finue expanse of waters ornamented with pretty round green islaude, aud generally elovated Itand, with small bays of the most sunny aspect, our golden hopes were hlghly stimn lated. We brought up at the town, about ten or twelve miles up the bay, amidst a fleet of about seventy ships1 of all nations and sizes. The town, from shipboard, has very much the appearance of Auckland when I was last there. The land is hilly and irregular, the hIouses of wood, uand scattered streets runningi through a gorge here, aud up the face of h hill' there, anui stoppiug by a high sand bank in anuotlher place; we very soon obtained in formation. respecting the manners, customs, &e., anid the absorbing idea that possessed us atll, uand lead us to forsake for this acquireient all that are dear to us. The accounts we hea?rd in Syduey are mnore than conflirm...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, AUGUST 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 1 September 1849

LEGIlATIVE COUNJ±IIL .. . Tu.iu'AY, Au·o ust-r8, M'r. BEnnY moved in Addross io ili. Goyvrnor prayl ing ilat n sum not e ~.E..,lJi, £~200' 6I,.. lsced nuon ." the Eittidaus,s for 8O, L a itibi~' 'b Rt.h i WP . B B larke~~~~:o i'i?:htlhi.d v`? l?: i-l ? ??,l h s( in Austrtlia."' The?otiona " ,d + ,o. . Mr. AItTIa miioved a'id:oib; bnd lee's. to biing in a bill so l.-eililate the petnorllltee "C the hnutiies of Justices of. Peaee Mnd of Qs,?ridir ~ &Sious,? 4ih' ie speet :to suirnaisgy conintiotk .id o'itl'drs.'. :"lvr..\VE,?TWOrTH mnosd f+or-leo,, to introduee a Bill to e~itend the :pi'uisiaioss o, a oartaie Ac passed in the 7th Willian JE,, itiiuleud " An Aot to ro'nmot ihd' building of Chtirehes otnd Chapels, and td prodil. for he limaiutenauced of Ministers of reli gion in Neu' Sonsth Wl??les." The objoct f thu wo tion was to secure tshe payment tow'rdtl the. salary bf the Jewish ministors, out of Schiedule C. The motiobn nwas rejeeted by a nilajority of 18 to 11. M~riCow?...

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EUROPEAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 6 September 1849

EUROPEAN NEWS. THEi arrival of the " PANAMA" at Melbourne has placed us in possession of English news to the 28th May. Owing to the tattered condition of the Port 'Phillip papers by the overland mail, we could scarcely decypher them; it is evident from their appearance that the bags have been either exposed to continual rain, or have been entirely immersed in water. An attempt had been made on the life of the Queen, on the anniversary of her birth-day, by an Irishman named Hamilton. The wretch discharged a pistol at Her Majesty as she was passing down Constitution hill. Hamilton was apprehended, and had undergone an examination at the Home Office. The May wool sales were going off well; the de mand was brisk and prices on the advance. The Navigation Laws had passed the second reading in the Lords by a majority of 10. Lord Stanley's amendment had been rejected by a majo rity of 3. A Ministerial Bill, for the local self-government of the Australian Colonies would be introduced after t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 6 September 1849

IN TI-HE INSOLVENT ESTATE OF MR. CHAS. TOMPSON, OF CLYDES DALE. -0 BY ORDER OF THE OFFICIAL ASSIGNEE. -0 Mr. J. L. BARROW, Is instructed to Sell by Auction at Gnndagai, WITHOUT RESERVE, On MONDAY, September 24, AT 12 O'CLOCK PRECISELY, THE undermentioned valuable HORSE STOCK;' &c., &e. CART HORSES, Clydesdale breed SADDLE HORSES BROOD MARES ENTIRE HORSES DRAYS, HARNESS &e. HAY SHEEPSKINS and TALLOW And a variety of other articles. Hack Race. -0 jIH-IE following R A C E will come off on TUESDAY NEXT, September 11, 1840, at Twelve o'clock, at Noon, for a very handsome Iobri zontal GOLD WATCH, by a celebrated maker, for all untrained Ilacks; heats from Thorn's to Man delson'siHotel. Entrances to the value of Xl4. N.B.-The Entrances to be made and the Judge appointed at Maudelson's Hotel, Goulburn, on Saturday Evening, September 8, 1849, from One to Nine o'clock, Goulburn Hotel. MACDERMOTT AND .C0., GEORGE-STtREET, SYDNEY. M ARTELL'S BRANDY SWest India llum Gin i...

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GOULBURN Circuit Court. CROWN SIDE.—SATURDAY, SEPT., 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 6 September 1849

GOULBURN t Circuit Gourt. -0--- CROWN SIDE.-SATURDAY, SEPT., 1. His Honor the CHIEF JUSTICE took his seat on the Bench at 10 o'clock precisely, and the Court having been opened, the Clerk of the Arraigns (Mr. F. Stephens), proceeded to read the proclamation against Vice, Profaneness, and Immorality. A Jury was then empanneled. ALTERING A CHEQUE. Edward Haskell, late of Bangalo, labo rer, was arraigned upon an indictment charging him with having on the 20th of August last, at Taylor's Flats, uttered a warrant or order for the payment of the sum of £12, purporting to be drawn by Ronald Campbell, on the Commercial Banking Company, Sydney, with intent to defraud one David Mackay. The prisoner pleaded not guilty. The Solicitor-General having stated the case, called David Mackay, who, upon being sworn, deposed that he lived at Taylor's Flats, where he kept a store. The prisoner at the bar, of whom he had a slight knowledge, called there about the 20th August last and pur chased some goods...

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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 — 8 September 1849

THE REMEMBRANCES OF A MONTHLY NURSE. ADA LASCELLES. [CO?TINUTe.D FROM OUR LAST.] BUT we .are now in the drawing-room at SPlace; and there are lords, ladies, bishops, counsellors, physicians, private gen tlemen, members of Parliament, poets, painters, and men of science of all descrip tions, but of the first eminence, clustering through the rooms : it was rather a conver sazione, as they call them, than a regular party; for no cards were introduced, although there was music in abundance, there being :three or four well-paid public singers in vited there to amuse the company, and no less a man than S. K., to favour us with hearing his tragedy of V , before it was pre sented at Covent Garden. It is a difficult thing to support two cha racters. I was no longer Mrs. Grifliths, "the Monthly Nurse," at the house of Dr. and Mrs. Lascelles. More than one of the ladies present that evening stared at me, as they say, "with all their eyes ;" that is, bringing up the whole strength of the facult...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 8 September 1849

-C HE AP BOOKS, Just arrived and on sale at the "GOULBURN HERALD" OFFICE, AUBURN STREET, GOULBURN, COMPRISING Poetical' Works of Sir Walter Scott, 2s,. d. Cooper's'Pioneer's, 2s. Od. Red Rover, 2s. 6d. - Last of the Mohicans, 2s. Gd. - Lionel Lincoln, 2s. Gd. Johnson's Lives of the Puets Robertson's History of Scotland History of America Bulwer's Paul Clifford Travels in Mexico a California Pope's Poetical Works, 8vo. The Hunrgarian Brothers Domestic Scenes, 3 vols. The Heretic, by F. B. Shaw, B.A., 3 vols. Scott's Fortunes of Nigel, 3 vols. R- ob Roy, 3 vols. Periodical Criticism, 5 vols. - Waverley, 2 vols. Betrothed Lovers, by Mauzoni, 3 vols. The Hungarian Brothers, by Miss Porter Dickens' Pickwick Papers - Nicholas Nickleby Hunchback of Notre Dame Smith's Wealth of Nations Arabian Nights Entertainments, 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 of S...

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Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 8 September 1849

-0 GoULnUnN PosT OFFICE.--We should be guilty of great ingratitude to those connected with the Post Otfice in this town, were we to omit a public ackuowledgment of the facilities they afforded us to transmit to our country subscribers the Supplement which we priuted at a late hour on Wednesday night. SYDNEY TRAILWAY.-Mr. Shields, the Surveyor of the Sydney Railway Company, arrived in town during the last week, for the purpose of selecting an eligible site for the terminus of the railway at Goul burn. CAPITAL PUNISHxuENsT.-When his Honor was passing sentence on the convict Thornett, on Wed nesday last, he remarked that during the three years that succeeded the mitigation of punishment in England for the offence of rape, the number of convictions had increased ninety-live per cent. on those of the preceding three years. ACCIDENT.-Mr. HIolroyd was thrown out of his gig on Monday morning last, while driving along Sloane street on his way to the Court House. The accident occurred close t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 8 September 1849

One Pound Reward. W HERIEAS, a lad named HUGH RETCHIE, absconded from my employment onThurday, 29th August, 1S89, taking with him a mare, saddle and bridle, my property. I hereby offer the above Reward for his apprehension. DESCRIPTION :-Fourteen years of age, had on a blue serge shirt, Mranila hat and fustain trousers, face rather freckled,blad only one boot, having a sore heel. Description of Mare :-Iron grey, five years old, bang tail, branded M on shoulder. CHARLES HIGGINS. Nagengomar, 6th Sept., 1849. JAMES M'GOVERN, SOAP & CANDLE MANUFACTURER, (LATE OF CLIFFORD STREET,) IN returning his sincere thanks to his Friends and the Public generally of Goulburn and its Vicinity, for the patronage bestowed on him since his commencement in the above business; has now to inform them, that he has Removes from Clifford Street, to more convenient premises in VERNOR STREET, OPPOSITE THE ROMAN CATHOLIC CHAPEL, Where he will be most happy to receive their orders, which will always meet ...

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Sydney News. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, AUGUST 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 8 September 1849

Sydney News. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, AUGUST 28. Mr. MARTIN presented a petition from the Roman Catholics of Hartley, praying for a more equitable distribution of the funds appropriated to Denominational Education. Mr. COWPER presented a petition from John Moring, praying compensation for the expenses of an action brought against him in the performance of his duty as collector of the electoral list for Gipps Ward. ..On the motion of Dr. DICKSON, an ad dress was ordered to be presented to the Governor, requesting him to endeavour to induce the Emigration Commissioners to send immigrants to Portland Bay direct. On the motion of Mr. BERRY, an address was ordered to be presented to the Governor, praying that his Excellency would be pleased to place upon the Estimates for 1850 the sum of £210 to enable the Rev. W. B. Clarke to publish a report of his geological researches in Australia, illustrated with maps and sections. Leave was granted to Mr. MARTIN to bring in a Bill to facilita...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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Original Correspondence. WHAT ARE OUR CROWN LAND GRIEVANCES? III. To the Editor of the "Goulburn Herald." [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 8 September 1849

-0 WHAT ARE OUR CROWN LAND GRIEVANCES? III. To the Editor of the " Goulburn Herald." Sin,--The groat bulk of the people of this Colony have declared that ?1 an aore is too high a price for our waste land, and beyond a question X1 is too much for the description of laud left unsold in the old counties; if sold only in blocks of 610 acres then a very low figure is the value of it; but, I think it is not wise to reduce the, price of land, as has been argued, to five shillings an acre; better to sell it in fifty acre farms, with the privileges alluded to in my former letter. The effect of selling in these 640 acre blocks is to effectually shut from the market the small buyer, or the poor man anxious to buy a home. The price of any article must, as a matter of course, be regulated by the demand-for such article. Then the effect of forcing persons to buy twice as much as they want or more must depreciate the value of such article, hence the low price at which private land has been sold of...

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WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 8 September 1849

WOOL. LONDON, MAY 1.--The colonial wool sales now going son in London, fetch quite as good prices as last February, contrary to the general expectsa tion.-Sun. May 2".-About8000 bales of wool have come to hand since this day week, chiefly from Sydney and Port Phillip. The public sales appear to be well attended by buyers-several buyers from the Conti nent-and most of them at full, in some instances, high prices. Privately the demand is in a sluggish state, but we have no change to notice in the quota tions.-Weekly Times, May 27. r We do not hold ourselves responsible for the sentiments or opinions of Correspondents.

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 8 September 1849

TO CORRESPONDENTS. William Tell's Letter next week. Several communications are omitted on account of the length of the Law Reports. THE GOULBURN HERALD. SATURDAY, SEPEIMBER 8, 1849.

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Goulburn Circuit Court. FRIDAY, SEP. 7. IN CHAMBERS—ECCLESIASTICAL JURISDICTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 8 September 1849

FRIDAY, SEP. 7. IN CHAM?BERS-ECCLESIASTICAL JURISDICTION, IN RE THOMAs HARRInnsoN, DECEASED.-- Mr, Ogle produced a copy of the Will of the late Tho mas Harrison. He had applied for Probate on behalf of Mr. E. Harrison, the legatee mentioned in the Will. The deceased Thomas Harrison, had carried on business as a butcher, in Goulburn, but had retired twelve or eighteen months previous to his death, Mr. Ogle acted as Proctor for the:! Legatee. His Honor:-I require, proof of this Will'in solemn form. Mr. Ogle:-Has there been any caveat entered in form ? His Honor :-There has been no formal caveat entered. Mr. Ogle:-Has any person made application to oppose Probate ? His Honor:-Mr. Kitson has made an applica tion at the request of the clergyman and others. Alexander Macdonald was then called and sworn: -In answer to questions by his Honor the witness said, I am a surgeon and graduated at the University of Glasgow; I have been living in Goulburn for five years, and have been free since 18...

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