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"PALMAM QUI MERUIT FERAT." ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 12 August 1848

" PALMAM QUI MERUIT FERAT." -0 ENGLISH NEWS. THE Sydney Morning Herald of Tuesday bluntly contradicts the report of England being at war with Russia and Austria; and heaps immitigable obloquy on the devoted head of the captain of the Ma homet Shah, which arrived at Port Phil lip with immigrants, about a mronth. since, for making the statement he did, arimaely,-that he had boarded a French brig, the master of which informed hiim that war had actually commenced. The fHerald concludes with this chiaritable recommendationu :-" We hope. the au thorities at Port Phillip will enquire into the circumstances, and if, as there is reason to believe, the whole story was an invention, and the report was put in cir culation fromi the mere love of mischief, they will take steps to prevent the cap tain fromn being employed by. the Go vernment in future. We are not certair if a, person circulating reports of this kind' i's not punishable for a miscie meanor." And in the next paragraph they say,-'" T...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 12 August 1848

IMPOUNDINGS. CooMA. - On the 21st July, frohi' C'irroem : White bullock, red neck, piece out ofb'off' e-ia, branded apparently 8 on near romp, ilhree .~r s old, damages 3d. Yellow steer, wliite bac k,' ear slit, illegible brand off ribs, two :yers '1d, damages 3d. Yellow heifer, white> back,'aan?l tail, off ear notched, illegible brand oi'near ribs. Yellow and white cow apparently EH'"oin thigh{, off ear slit, four years old, damages 3d. `" SiiWi. berry steer, 22, near ribs, two years old diiii ges 3d. Brindle steer, near ear slit, SS on: liBth ribs, two years old, damages 3d. Red cow, hoop horns, M on near rump, 3 under, four years old, damages 3d. Black and white magpie cow, both ears slit, illegible banud offrump. Red cow, white back, piece out of off ear, illegible brand off thigh, four years old, damages 3d. Brindle steer, no brand visible, two years old, damages 3d. Yellow-sided cow, white back 'and tail, with heifer calf, branded C with (:in'" ceni ire on offribe. If the a...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE SPEAKERSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 12 August 1848

THE SPEAKERSHIP. :ONEof the first duties that will devolve iupon the newly-elected Council, when ithey meet, will be tile appointment of .a Chairman, or:Speaker, to regulate their jprrceedings; and as Dr. NiCnorsoN, our own representative, has filled' that omffice so ..satisfactory during the con-, cluding; sessions of the old Council, tlihe e is little- doubt, that he will be again. solicited to accept tlhe office; ... : .''When Dr. NicI?oLsoN met his consti-: :tuents iin ; Goulburin; although lihe :was, asked many questionsb on political'econ my and answered ihehi satisfactorily, t here were several that, iin the exciterient of the moment, had been overlooked' or forgotten by the electors, and among. the rest this .question about the accept ance of the Speakership. . It is a matter of the highest import-; ance to t lie interests of the hdisrrict wli e thier Dr. NiciCoLSoN.accepts tihe Spea kearsliip or' not'. Becau se, in the. event.: of his being re-elected. to that office',: .wh...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LIFE IN MANILA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 12 August 1848

L xma IN MANIL~.--Here you meet 'the' old Doe, enjoying his quiet stroll and cigar all alone: soldier-oflicers, in plain dress and long musta ohoes, doffing their hatsto every senhora; the' English merchant in his unassuming dress of a white jacket; the British naval oflicers, with their gay uniforms and careless manners, pry ,ng, with a sailor's curiosity, into every pretty face; and now and then a saucy mid, mounted on aback, dashing between the lines of carriages at a full gallop, disturbing their propriety and, checking the cavalcade to the great consternation, real or assumed, of the ladies. All was gaiety and gladness; on every side was to be heard, the merry laugh and hail offrecognition. '?:o add to the excitement, the bands of the several regiments played the most popular airs on a pa rade adjoining to the esplanade. While' the;oir riages were driven 'up and down, the vesper el1 tolled from the cathedral. In an instant every carriage stopped, every head was nucovered,'and b...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SLY GROG-SELLING. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 12 August 1848

SLY GROG-SELLING. WE utiderstanld that there is a nest of -ly-grog-sellets in the neighbourhood of Binda, nowithstanding that there is a licensed house in that locality, who carry on their nefarious traffic with perfect impunity, owing to the absence of police it that part of tile country. Our intformiant states, that this locality is in the route of the cross roads fromn Queenbeyan, Gunning, Maneroo, &c.-to Bathurst, and that persons of suspicious character, such as horse and cattle stealers, runaways from hired services and others, are frequently in. the habit of passing that. way, to avoid the towns, and police stations, at which they dread to. be pulled ulp and overhauled. We un derstand that the:e is a.police station at theF Tsi iiver, ?lihere there is no tho roughlare, andv where no necessity exists for any paiticular degree of police vigi lance, wherteas at Binda, thle most. daring and _notionons ,characters .escape the claws of ,jusitice .eldaily. ..by7 being ac quai...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald. PUBLIC POUNDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 12 August 1848

To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald. PUBLIC POUNDS. le a former communioation I promised to take up this subject again, and give sketches of the manner in which poundkeepers contrive to do the " trick" in the interior. Before 1 redeem my promise, I beg to reply to the letter signed " A Poundkeeper," under the heading of Queen. beyan, and which appeared in the last number of the Goulburn Herald, the author of which composition appears to me to be very sore that I -hould have the audacity to bring forward such sweeping charges against so respectable a body of men -as the poundkeepers of New South Wales, Ne evidently labours under an impres, sion (I judge from his tone and manner in ad dressing you) that a screw is loose somewhere, which he is afraid of being dragged to light. What could have induced him to inform you that all ponndkeepers are appointed by the justices where such pounds are situated ? Why not in form the public of something which they do not know ! he shbould have gon...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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THE MELBOURNE FARCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 12 August 1848

THE MELBOURNE FARCE. "T~rishahnn idn est for the representation of the citLy of ,,Melbournle terminated in the:retur1 o:f the Right Honorable Earl grey i",No doubt, to have a peer of the trealtinatansforimed into a Colonial Com moner mayý?'l?be very flattering to the ffiiny"oftlle citizeniis of Melbourne liut whete ieie 'lionor," .under the circumtn? stances, willýbe acceptable. tothe ,noble favorite seems,:rather a- cdtilitfilii atter. So says :the .Por t Phillip Herald of the 27th ultimo - and so.say we. ..But we are not disiiosetl to treat the subject with the same levitt as the other journals do; .rearling the ond?uct of the Meibourn ites uipon this occasion as a monstrous tiece of .tomr-foolery, -disgraceful to the ch'ara'tLr of 01Englishmen, who must have been los to ; altlsense of shame, and ut ieelly2insentsible.to the value of the dearest and;.l?l . F-I mportant privileges of the - "3riti?iConstitution, to trifle with them in the ,dsgraceful-::way they have done By; the-r~s...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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ORIGINAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 12 August 1848

This elime', where once our purer faith Was as a thing unnamed, unknown; 'Which vice o'er run with giant steps, Reform now dares to call its own. LEGEND OF MEREDIONALIA. PANDEMONIUM rang with-acclamations, as the dread Arinianes, rising from his throne, thus addressed the assembled -conclave of tributary spiril of evil. " Subjects, yet compeers, ye know how great " is our empire over the terrestrial world, some " times in our proper character we urge man to " his final ruin, but more frequently under the " pretended appearance of virtue, we.subject " him to our sway, and when once fallen under " our dominion, -we feel assured of dutifuil sub " jects; but our. powerful opponents, Religion,' " Philanthrophy,.'andiHumanity are now about " to snatch from us..our destined prey. Yes, " my friends, even.now from yonder southern " shore I hear 'thleir shout of joy-they glory " that, asbranis?Fsnnatched from the burning, the " .captive, shall be.taken from the haunts of vice L, aud.in a geni...

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 — 12 August 1848

To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald. SIn, IT is.with feelings of pleasure I observe an ad. vertisenment in one of your valuable little jour nils relative to the formation of a Public Library in the rapidly rising and important town of Goulburn .,We have been long without any source otf 'ationial plusements unlike our neighbours of Bathurst, Windlsor, and other inland towns tlirtiglihout 'the colony, who each can boast of having their publio libraries. In a small community like this, where all are ithroin upon their own resources for amuse. mentc, the announcement of a library must be hailed with delight, when all, after the toils of business, instead'of resorting to the ptlblio house, billiard table, &c., if so inclined, cant spend their evenings at the library, a boon of which at pre sent they are deprived. A public library ought to be patronized, particularly when it places cheap readinlg within the reach of the poorer classes, it is calculated to be a source of moral goo...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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THE VALENTINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 12 August 1848

TIE VALENTINE. [FROM THE PICKWICK PAPERS.] Mr. WELLEn having obtained leave of absence from Mr. Pickwick, who, in his then state of ex citement and worry was by no means displeased at being left alone, set forth long before the ap pointed hour; and having plenty of time at his disposal, sauntered down as far as the Mansion House, where he paused and contemplated, with a face of great calmness and philosophy, the nu merous cads and drivers of short stages who assemble near that famous place of resort, to the great terror and confusion of the old-lady population of these realms. Having loitered here, for half an hour or so, Mr. Weller turned, and began wending his way towards Leadenhall ?Market, through a variety of bye-streets and courts. As he was .sauntering away his spare time, and stopped to look at almost every object that met his gaze, it is by no means surprising that Mr. Weller should have paused before a small stationer's and print-seller's witdow; but without further explan...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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Miscellaneous Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 12 August 1848

A CoNsoLATio?. -A friend of ours, who is af flidted withtertporary deafness, consoles himself by the belief that nothing is going fn worth hearing. A Luxuny.-" How do you feel with such a shocking coat on ?" said a young clerk of more pretensions than brains, one morning. "1 feel," says old Roger, looking steadily at him. with one eye half closed, as if taking aim at his victim, " I feel, young man, as if I had a coat on w.vihll has been paid for, a luxury of feeling which I think you will never experience." PnasoN CournAelONSHIPr.-How long the lamp of conversation holds out to burn between two persons only, is curiously set dovn in the fol lowing passage from Count Contalonefi's state ment of his imprisonment :-" I am an old man now; yet by fifteen years my soul is younger than my body ! Fifteen years I existed for I did not live-it was ndt life) in the self-same d'un. geon ten feet square ! Dirihg six years I had a companion ; during nine I was alone! I never could rightly disting...

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 — 12 August 1848

PUBLIC NOTICE. THIS Journal will be published every Saturday Morning and dispatched by Mail to Sydney and to all parts of the interior. Subscribers' Names and Adver tisements will be received at the Printing Office, Auburn - street, Goulburn, and by the following Agents : SYDNEY ......Mr. J. EDWABDS, Bookseller, (late Magee) Pitt street, near Hunter-street QUEENBEYAN . Mr. S. NvTTER. BUNGONIA .... Mr. Tniunte. BERRIMA...... Mr. NOEL CHAPeAE. YASS ......... Mr. MALtLYon, Ch.Conttable. GUNDAGAI .... Mr. HUNT, Sadler. BRA1DWOOD, .. Mr. WILLrLAMS, Storekeeper. LAKE GEORGE, Mr. SAN. CiownTH n. MARULAN, ....Mr. FULLTJrIS. BUNGENDORE, Mr. 0. BYnaN. (All letters must be post-paid.) NEWLY-ESTABLISHED PRINTING OFFICE AND Stationery Warehouse, GOULBURN. W ILLIAM JONES takes the liberty to in form the inhabitants of Yass, Queenbeyan, Bungonia, Berrima, Gundagit, and the sur rounding districts, that he has commenced Bu siness in Auburn-street, Goulburn, near Messrs. Benjamin and Moses' Stores, w...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 12 August 1848

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS.: ELrLA.-This lady's communication,.enclosing a copy of verses, has been received, and is unider consideratio.' J3aono is received and will appear in our next IlAnnv DASnIOARD. - The Brummlisode has come to hannd and will appear in our next. THE GOULBURN HERALD SATURDAY, AUGUST 12, 1848.

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS AT SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 12 August 1848

ARRIVALS AT STDNET. AUG. 2.-Maid of Erin, brig, 152 tons, Captain Hcslock, from Anekland the 17th ultimo. 2 -Leocadia, schooner, 70 tons; Captain Henry, fronf Anatam the'1st July. 2.-Champiou, schooner, Captain Collis, from Mloreton Bay. 2.-Jai3, barqnue, 250 tons, Captain Fowler, from the Whaling Grounds. 3.-Waterlily, schooner, 155 tons, Captain Gwatkin, from Adelaide the 9th Inly, and Lauu ceston the 25th ultimo. 5.--Brightman, barque,. 384 tons, Captain Cowley, from Port Nicholson on the 25th lilt. 5 -Phlanix, steamer, from the Clarence River on the 2nd instant. 6,.-rothers, schooner, 02 tons, Captain Dockray, from Port Fairy the 30th ultimo. 0.-Aden,-barque, 452 tons, Captain Wriddell, from Hobart Town the 30th nit. 6.-Itosetta, schooner, 73 tons, Captain Win chester. '5.-Union, brig, 145 tous, Captaimn Granger, from Launnceston the 2tlh ultimo. 5.-Adelaide, ship, 089 tous, Capt. Wharton, from Port Phillip the 31st ultimot. -. .: 5.-Petrel, schooner:, 69 tons, Captain Gibspon, ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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Poetry. I WISH HE WOULD DECIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 12 August 1848

I WISH HE WOULD .DECIDE, I wish he ,would .c1eeide, Malmma I wish he would decide, I've been a bride's maid ttwenty timwp, '\Ylen shall I be a .briile ? lyy ."ousiu Aun, my sister Fau, Th. .nuptial kup.t have tied, Yet come vwhit.Wjll, I'm ingtley stilJ I wish hle wouldiecide. HIe takes nme to the play Mamma, .. :: lile.brings n e.pretty boolks, IIe woos me with his eyes, Mamma,. hi nch ipeechless things he looks.! Whene'er I roam, abroad, at honme, He lingers by my side, Yet come what will, I'm single still, I wish.he would decide. I throw out many hints, Mamma, - I speak of other beaux, SI-talk about domestic life, And sing-" They don't -propose,! ' But.ah! how vain each piteous strain, I -lis wav'ring heart to guide; Do what I will, I'm single still, I really shall insist, Mamma, If nothing intervenes, My brother Thomas questions him, And asks him what he means ? And if he wants to " break," Mamma, ' * My passion or my pride, Uneonquer'd yet, shall scorn regret I wish he would de...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 12 August 1848

At Mr. O'Brien's, Harp Inn, Auburn-st. (ON THURSDAY EVENING, the 18th inst; will be performed a romantic melo;drata" in two acts, entitled THE VAMPIRE'; OIL, THE BRIDE OF THE ISLES. AFTER WHIC '. Farewell to the-"Mouth iit' ,' ~ fr. Tell. -ornpipeTir, in?l? ? : Song,....Molly Banilc t.'. . COMIC SONG,: MR.WitIT. :. To conclude with the lauglhable Frce of,: THE APPRENTICE' Doors open at 7.-Tihe Perform'?ou to comrn mence at-half past 7. + . S.Tickets Is. each.--Children half. price. ~'rTickets to be had of Mr. O'Brien, HarpIun DANIEL GOWING, NURSERY AND SEEDSMAN, Ivy Hall, Sutton ?ioreut. 1' A great variety of Fruit Trees, Shrubs, and Flower Roots coidstantly for sale. Orders punctually attended to addressed as above if by letter, post-paid. H. WILSON, Pastry Cook and Confectioner, Fancy Bread and Biscuit Baker, ALBERT ESTABLISHMENT, Near the " Salutation" Inn, Goulburn, B EGS leave to inform his Friends and the Public at large that he still continues to carry on busiuess in the abov...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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Court of Requests. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 12 August 1848

Monday, being the first in the month of Au-: gust, the Court of Requests' Sittings took phlice, when the following Magistrates were present, viz., Captain Rossi, Mr. Rossi, jour., Messrs Chisholm and Mlontgomerie. There were only 27 causes for adjudication, and few of them presented any features of general interest. A SIMPLETON.-Timothy Corbett, a simple looking youth, appeared to pr osecute Mr. Wm. Henry Wood, a fierce whiskerando sort of gent, for the recovery of the sum of £6 17s. 8d., being the balance of wages due as watchman on a sheep-station. The defence was that the lad had lost the sheep committed to his charge, and had absconded without a discharge: there were goods also supplied to him to the amount of £2 16s. 9d The rejoinder put in by Mr. Ogle, as solicitor for the plaintiff, was that he had been obliged to leave the service in consequence of the defendant horsewhipping him with a stock-whip, and lock ing him up in a store. Under these circum stances the case was dismi...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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Police Incidents. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 12 August 1848

-o There was no business before the court on Tuesday; and yesterday a considerable time elapsed before a second magistrate could be found. Mr. Montgomerie however took his seat upon the bench and disposed of the following cases: DRtUNKARDs.-The only votary of Bacchus that graced the drunkard's list was Moses Cava nagh, a stalwarth Irishman, of Hebrew extrao tion, who pleaded guilty to the information, and was fined 20s. and Is. costs, and in default of payment, was sentenced to do penance in the stocks for 4 hours. IMPOUNDING ACT.--Mr. James Marsden, ap peared on summons to answer an information exhibited against him by the Chief Constable for a breach of the provisions of the Impounding Act, by permitting twenty-five goats, committed to his charge, to stray about the streets of Goul burn on Sunday last.-Mr. Marsden pleaded guilty, but stated, that the man who had the animals in charge, deserted them, and thus ex posed him to the consequences of his neglect of duty. Mr. Moutgomerie ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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GOULBURN THEATRICALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 12 August 1848

GOULBURN THEATRICALS. On Monday evening, the first theatrical per formance that we have witnessed in Goulburn took place at Mr.O'Brien's, the Harp Inn. The pieces selected for the evening's entertainment were the laughable farce of the Apprentice and two acts from the tragedy of Douglas. The part of Dick in the former piece was played " by a young gentleman who never appeared upon any stage before," and who did ample justice to the character, Young Norval was impersonated by another young man, who played a female cha racter in the first piece, and danced a hornpipe in admimable style between the farce and the play. In fact the whole thing went off in a very creditable manner; and many who went to scoff, remained to applaud. The only drawback on the success of the undertaking was the paucity o~ spectators, owing to another public entertain ment being given at Mr. Long's on the sarme evening. But, we trust a better understanding will exist between the theatrical amateurs and the Fire ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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TO EDMUND LOCKYER, ESQ. To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 12 August 1848

TO EDMUND LOCKYE,; ESQ. (PER FAVOR OF THE GOULBURN HEIPALD.) To the Editor of the Goulburn. Heerald. SIB, IrN the " Goulburn Herald" of last Saturday, 5th, I observed a letter dated from Loukyers leigh, and signed Edmund Lockyer. In this letter he alludes to an assertioni mrade by me at a meeting of electors assembled to hear Dr.. ,Nicholson explain his politicnl.vi.ws, " that the hole and corner" way in which this" meeting was *got up, when Major Lockyer was in the chair at the ' Royal Hotel,' was an insult to the electors of Argyle, not one of whom" beyond -a certain cl(lue, were consulted on the matter. You then go on to say that, so far from belonging to any clique, or " hole and corner" doings, it is a thing you Ihate and detest. That those who got up the requisition, to which only thirty-eight names were attached, are the " hole and corner" gentry. There are other persons, Sir, who can proba bly explain the circumstance better titan ] can. I was not instrumental in *getting up...

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