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

HIANGING FOR RAPE. HrIiE threatening repetition of one of those revolting sights which are productive of dis gust and hatred to the laws under which we live, has created for us this week a host of correspondents. With some of those who have addressed us on the subject of capital punishment we beg to dissent, not at the conclusion at which they have arrived, but simply at the process which has brought about that conclusion; with others we cor dially agree and join with them in their detestation of those appalling spectacles which divest Justice of her proper dignity, and transform her into a revengeful butcher. We think it advisable to pause before we offep any remarks on the case of the convict Thornett, in order that time may soften down the present excitement, and that an enquiry into its merits may acquire the so berness of an historic investigation, and be secured from those passionate feelings which would be sure to arise were we to enter upon it at the present moment. But we e...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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To the Editor of the "Goulburn Herald." [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 8 September 1849

To the Editor of the " Goulburn Herald." SIn,--In your paper of the 4th instant, you have published a most unprovoked and ruffianly attack on two gentlemen in this district, for the perform ance of a disagreeable public duty. With the exception of an enquiry having been held as to the manner in which Joseph Cox came to his death, the whole statement is malicious and false, and appears to have been written by some very unprincipled person. Very strange and unsatisfactory reports were in circulation regarding the sudden death of Cox, and it was considered necessary to hold an enquiry to ascertain the truth. The investigation was con ducted in a proper and becoming manner, and it was found that aneurism had been the cause of death. I may mention that the persons where Cox died cared so little about him that he was indebted to the Magistrate for a coffin. If cases similar to the above were allowed to pass unnoticed, many a poor man without real friends, might be put aside for the sake o...

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 — 8 September 1849

Subscribers' Names and Advertisemen'ti will be received at the Printing' Office, Auburn-street, Goulburn, and by the fol. lowing Agents : SYDNIEY ....... Mr. T. EDfiWAit?s, Bookseller at(lit e s) Pt st tea near Huter street' + QUEANBEYAN .... Mr. S. UN BUNGONIA .. Mr': Tninr~i:'?' BERRIMA'... ;;Mr -? JosErsPn .LEvi. YASS ......... .M B; , MR'A ,.;? ,,, GUNDAGAI. ...M.. r" fSPsos, Inn.keeper BRAID WOOD M.r. .. er iAi l StSrekeepe~ LAKE GEORGE,.... Mr. SAM. OnowTOERIt.. MARULAN, ....M. 'Mi.FULLJAM]SES " BUNGENDORE ... Mr; 0. BY?NNEI BINDA .......... Mr. Mosnis,I ln-keeper JUJYONG FLAT Murrumbidgee Mr. -SHEARAN, Innkeeper. BURROWA..r.... J WA.O. . ... REID'S FLATS, 1Mr- l.ENR SOLOMCo MANEIIOO.. Y MANEROO..... Mr. JrlBBniRD'. ALBURY....... .... Mr. D. MACKAY. WAGGA WAGGA.:.. Mr. J. Ron'EnTS, Innkeeper' WOLLONGONG.... Mr. MlIvsoaAv TUMIUT RIVER ... Mr. JAMEs ADAMS. (All letters must be post-paid.) SNo receipt is genuine except on yelldw p.a per and signed by the proprietor, WILIAMn JONES...

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

TIHE PAWiNBROKING- BILL. [From the Sydney Morning Herald.] ALTHOUGH many of the subjects which have been under discussion in the Legislative, Council lately, may have been more attrac tive, there has been none of more importance to the public than the Pawnbroking Bill. The necessity of some such measure is so generally admitted, that it is unnecessary to enter into argument on the subject, and we shall therefore make but a few brief obser vations on the details of the Bill itself. It commences by declaring that no person shall act as a pawnbroker without having previously obtained a license, under a pe nalty of £-. The next clauses point out that licenses are to be obtained from a bench of magistrates, who are to hear and deter mine applications for them in open Court. The fee for the license is left blank. Pawn brokers are to have the words " Licensed Pawnbroker" over their doors By clause 14, persons forging a pawnbroker's license are to pay a penalty of £-. This offence is one of...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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FOREIGN. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 8 September 1849

Tlhe state of the Continent is most gloomy and unpromising, " the world is menaced by a conflict of extreie parties"-there is every probability'of an` European war, exceeding in e"tent, duration, and animosity, all pre vios :examples .. These indications cause much uneasiness and gloom throug hout England. :Ii' Firancc the elections had resulted as inder. 'The following data are positive, ac cording to the Journal des Debats, as to the result of the general elections:-38 depal?t ments have elected candidates who all belong. to the Mode?ate party. They have returned 347 ':reiesentatives.. 15 delartnients have named candidates :ho all. belong to. the SodialistOpposition, namely, 116. Candi dates belonging to the two parties-namely, Moderates 164; Socialists, 101 -have been returned from 30 depaitments 11'. nave not yet sent in returns,.but will give 11. Algeria also will give l11 There are in all 86 de partments, and '750 representatives. It appears (according to the Times corres pond...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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LATE EUROPEAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 8 September 1849

LATE EUROPEAN NEWS. IN our Supplement of last Thursday we briefly announced the receipt of European Intelligence to the 28th May, via Port Phillip. We now present our readers with an extended summary, together with some interesting extracts. The most important item is an attempt to assassinate the Queen on May the 19th. We quote from the Glasgow Examiner of the 26th May. " Another ruffian has attempted to obtain notoriety and a provision, at the expense of the State, by firing a pistol at Queen Vic toria. The attempt was made on Saturday evening, shortly after six o'clock, almost at the threshold of the Palace. The assassin, John Hamilton, an Irish labourer, was seen by the parties near him, to present and dis charge a pistol at the Queen, as she and Prince Albert were returning. from. Hyde Park. " The Observer remarks, that, (if the ob ject of. the nian were to obtain support for the .'remainder of his life, he will. be mis takein. Consequent, on former attempts of like nature, the...

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WAR WITH AUSTRIA, AND NAPLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 8 September 1849

WAR WITH AUSTRIA, AND NAPLES. (From the Evening Mail, 23rd May.) EVENTS of an opposing nature succeed each other so rapidly here that it is very difficult for one to keep you well and truly informed. I know not whether we are at peace or at war, or whether this martial array by which I am surrounded is destined to put down or support the Roman Republic. At one hour we have the whole army called before Rome, and the ground taken up for a second attack. In an instant after a steamer appears, a courier lands, and despatches are sent off, mentre a terre, with orders to suspend oper ations. Then arrives intelligence that the Tiber has been crossed at Ponte Mole, and that the work of destruction has begun. Next appear two steamers from Marseilles. Another courier disembarking from one; a salute in honour of the arrival of a Minister is fired from the other. A diplomist lands; the whole town is commotion, and as he flies along the road to Rome, the report is spread, "Lesseps has come ! Oud...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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CANADA. OUTRAGE ON THE GOVERNOR.—BURNING THE PARLIAMENT HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 8 September 1849

CANADA. OUTRAGE ON THE GOVERNOR.-BURNING THE PARLIAMENT I1OUSE. 'THE news from Canada assumes a very im portant aslect. The obnoxious bill for remu nerating those parsons who suffered in the late rebellion I a 1 passed the House of As sembly, Lord Elgin went into Montreal on the 27th April to give his assent not only to this, but to forty-nine other bills beside. The report of his arrival spread like wildfire, a considerable crowd assembled in front of theParliament buildings, and the excitement was intense. Upon the appearance of Lord Elgin, and entering the house, eggs, stones, and other offensive missiles were dashed into his carriage. Dirt fell in profusion about the ears of the governor-general of all the Canadas, himself and escourt were savagely pelted, and the effervescence increased until the parliamentary buildings were totally destroyed by fire. The troops had the greatest difficulty in preserving order. The effigy of his lordship had been burnt at Quebec, and the disinte...

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

BIRTH. At Bunnaby, Argyle, on the 2nd instant. Mrs. R. J. Sherriff, of a daughter.

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GOULBURN CIRCUIT COURT. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 8 September 1849

GOULBURN CIRCUIT COURT. 0-o MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 3. His Honor the Chief Justice took his seat on the Bench at ten o'clock. HORSE STEALING. Samuel Shackles, late of Braidwood, laborer, was indicted for stealing on the 18th May, 1848, at Karwaree, one colt of the value of £10, the property of Frederick Huntley. The Solicitor-General appeared for the Crown; the prisoner was defended by Mr. Purefoy, as counsel: Mr. Hamilton Walsh, attorney. The Solicitor-General said that Mr. Fre derick Huntley had exchanged one mare for another, with a man named Barton. The mare that then came into possession of the prosecutor was branded TG, and had a colt foal some time afterwards, which was subsequently taken possession of by the prisoner. It would appear from the evi dence that would be offered that the prisoner had stated in the month of May, 1848, that he intended to keep the colt as an Entire, clearly shewing that he claimed the animal as his property. In the month of December or January Mr. Robert...

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Goulburn Circuit Court. CROWN SIDE, MONDAY, SEPT. 3, 1849. [Continued from page 3.] FORGERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 8 September 1849

CROWN SIDE, MONDAY, SEPT. 3, 1849. [Continued from page 3.] FORGERY. Robert Watt, late of Goulburn, labourer, was in dieted for feloniously uttering, disposing and putting off on the 22nd June, a certain order for the deli. very of goods to the amount of £1 10s., purporting to be drawn by James Sinclair, with intent to defraud David Davis. There was a second count in the indictment. Emanuel Mandelson deposed, I am in the employ of Mr. D. Davis, who keeps a store in Goulburn; the prisoner at the bar, who I know by sight, came to the store on the 22nd June, and said he wanted the amount of the order produced; I served him with goods to the value within a penny or two; before he took the goods away I showed the order to Mr. Davis, who told me to go up to Sinclair's with it. D. Davis called and examined:—The last witness   said that the prisoner had given him an order drawn by Sinclair; he shewed it to me; I went into the shop and found the prisoner with the goods under his...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 15 September 1849

THE FOLLOWIN'G NINEW List of Books, Just arrived and on sale at the GOULBURN HERALD" OFFICE, AUBURN STREET, GOULBURN, COMPRISING Sue's Mysteries of Paris with numerous cuts, 8s. Gd. - Matilda do., Ss. Gd. Adventures of Prince of Swindlers do., 7s. ad. Valentine Vox do., 13s. Od. Narrative of remarkable Criminal Trials do., Us. Od. Jack Hinton do., 12s. Od. Valentine M'Clutchey do., 10s. Od. Hawbuck Grange do., 12s. Gd. Poetical Works of Sir Walter Scott, 2s, Gd. Cooper's Pioneers, 2s. Gd. - Red Rover, 2s Gd. Last of the Mohicans, 2s. 6d. - Lionel Lincoln, 2s. Gid. 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.- . - a- Waverley, 2 vols. . Betrothed Lovers, by Mantioni, 3 vols., The-Hungaria...

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MELBOURNE STOCK MARKET.—SEPT. 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 15 September 1849

MELBOURNE STOCK MARKET.-S-rT. 8. The principal feature in the Markets during. the week is that of excessive dullness. Indeed, the state of the weather has been such, as almost en. tirely to prevent the transaction of any business whatsoever. So far, therefore, as prices are con. cerned, we can only quote those reported by us last week. Fat cattle of good quality have sold this week at from 8s. to Os. and inferior at about 7s. per 1001bs. The supply was equal to the demand. Fat wethers have been very plentiful, and there are several lots near at hand to be in the market in the ensuing week; good quality sheep sold at about lid. per lb.; one lot of first-rate wethers sold in the early part of the week at Os. Od. each or nearly 1td. per lb. but the market has been very dull since. Working bullocks in good condition sold at £7 to £7 10s. per pair, bows and yokes given in. Mixed cattle are worth from 12s to 14s per head, according to condition, but there are scarcely any purchasers in th...

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Goulburn Circuit Court. FRIDAY, SEP. 7. IN CHAMBERS—ECCLESIASTICAL JURISDICTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 15 September 1849

FRIDAY, SEP. 7. IN CHAMBERS-ECCLESIASTICAL JURISDICTION. In re THoMAs HARRISON, deceased.-[Examination continued from our last.]-James Payne examined by Mr. Ogle :-Saw lMr. Harrison on the 25th May, both before and after the will was made; he had his mental faculties ; saw him on the Sunday after ; was present when his son returned ; deceased knew him, shook hands with him and shed tears; he was rejoiced to see his son; seeing witness he said to Mrs. Long, the day the will was made, " that's Payne, sit down there" and also recognised witness in nearly the same words on the Sunday following ; was in the next room when the will was written out and saw the old gentleman take it and keep it in his hand three or four minutes, and read it over after it was signed ; did not hear him speak, but he appeared pleased with it. Cross-examined by Mr. Kitson-When Edmund returned, Mrs. Long, Mrs. Harrison and John the servant were there ; Mr. and Mrs. Reid, and Dr. Macdonald were not; the will was ...

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Original Poetry. ON THE DEATH OF MISS F. E. J. OF SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 15 September 1849

-0 ON THE DEATH OF MISS F.E. J. OF SYDNEY. - 0 Oh how mournfully, how mournfully the spring will pass away, For many of life's fairest flowers have drooped in quick decay; And many hearts are mourning now, some dear companion fled, Some parent fond, some darling child, just num bered with the dead. Yet deeper still the clouds of grief, shall darken many a brow, The fairest flower in beauty's wreath, lies cold and blighted now. My sweet young friend, when last I pressed thy cheek with farewell kiss, I did not think so soon to hear, such dreadful news as this; I felt my heart grow sad to part, I could not bear to sever, Perhaps for years, but little thought, that we must part for ever. 'Tis sad to see an infant eye, just opened but to close, But sadder when some fairy form, some half-un folded rose Is gathered by the hand of death, in all its youthful bloom, And laid to wither cold and lone, within the silent tomb. Yet let us not forget the Hand that formed those features fair ; Alas ...

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SYDNEY MARKETS.—FRIDAY, SEPT. 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 15 September 1849

SYDNEY MARKETS.-F- IDAY, SEPT. 7. The sameness that has so long prevailed in our markets is now past, and the dull season may now be considered as nearly over. Shearing has com menced in some parts of the colony, and in the course of another month part of the new clip may be expected to arrive in Sydney. Our export trade is brisk, principally to California and New Zealand. The variations in prices have been but few, but a large amount of business has been transacted. SrInaTs.-Some forced sales have been attempted by auction of low rums with but little success. The last imports of Geneva have been taken atl6s. The deliveries have been 2516 gallons of rum, 2162 gallons of brandy, 2150 gallons of Geneva, and 86 gallons of whiskey; there have beef" no inward aen tries. ToBAcco -Several large parcels are now in the martket, brought in by the late arrivals. Barrett's twist is still scarce, and will command its late prices ; Pitt's ladies twist, colonial tobacco is coining much into vogue,...

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Commercial Intelligence. GOULBURN MARKET—FRIDAY, SEPT. 14, 1849 FLOUR AT THE MILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 15 September 1849

Commercial Intelligence. ·--"-. 0 GOULBURN MARKET-FnIDAY, SEPT. 14, 1849 FLOUR AT THE MILL. First quality .............:.... per ton £ 10 Seconds........... .......... .. £ 0 Ration... ................... .." 8

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Sydney News LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 15 September 1849

Sydney News LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4. NEW MDEBER.--L. Mackinnon, Esq., took the oath and his seat. REPOITS BROUGHT UP.-From the Com mittee to enquire into the condition of the Aborigines, by Mr. Foster; from the Catarhh in Sheep Committee, by Mr. Donaldson. RETURNS.-The Colonial Secretary laid on the table certain returns relating to the Insolvent Court; a return of the number of Inquests held in the various districts of the colony; and a return of the average atten dance of children at Denominational Schools. POSTPONEMENTS.-ir. Lowe's motion; respecting the proposed changes in the Con stitution, till Tuesday next; Mr. Cowper's motion, relative to Darlinghurst Gaol, to Friday. NEW BILL.-Mr. Nichols obtained leave to bring in a Bill to faciltate the duty of Justices out of Sessions, with respect to per sons charged with indictable offences. DEPARTURtE or EMIGnRANTS.-In answer to a question from Mr. Mackinnon, the Co lonial Secretary said the Government were not prepa...

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Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 15 September 1849

SERIOUs ACCIDENT.-It is our painful task this week to record a very serious accident, serious not only as it affects the person to whom it occurred but to those who are dependant upon him for their sub sistence. Ou Monuday evening last, a man named Thomas Gray, a compositor belonging to our esta blishment, started from Goulburn in a horse and cart for the purpose of meeting his wife and two children, who were on the road from Sydney to this town. About three miles beyond Marulan, Gray alighted from the vehicle for the purpose of giving the horse a feed of corn which lie had brought with him in the cart. Upon taking the winkers off the animal, it became frightened and started off, and upon the man endeavouring to stop it, he was thrown against a tree, and the wheel coming in con tact with his leg, broke it, half way down the thigh. Fortunately another man who was in company with him, afforded every assistance possible. A cart having been procured from Marulan, the sufferer was convey...

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Colonial News. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 15 September 1849

Colonial NIews. DAnING ROBBERY.--A young man named John D'Arcy, from Pentonville prison, was placed in the dock at the police-office yes terday, before Mr. Hull and Councillor Con dell, charged with a robbery at the "Shep herd's Arlms," on the previous evening. Sergeant John Heffernan deposed that he arrested D'Arcy by direction of Mr. Peter Murphy, landlord of the premises robbed; on searching him at .the .watchhouse, the folb lowing property was found on.his person: a gold ring, a sovereign, .a £1 note, 18s. in :silver, a latch-key, a small memorandum book, aud:a few small. keys. Mr. P.Murphy :deposed that he- had given the prisoner in custody of -Serjeant Heffernan on suspicion of robbing his houise; he was standing behind the ibar, when his .wife called out there was& some person up stairs opening the drawers; while on his way round the counter, the pri soner jumped down stairs and ran out, fol lowed..by witness, who, after a smart chase, captured hlim in Little Collins-...

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