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THE GOVERNMENT OF THE AUSTRALIAN COLONIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 6 October 1849

THE GOVERNMENT OF THE AUS TRALIAN COLONIES. -0 [Tho following letter has been addressed to the Editor the " Suun" newspaper, by anAussTALIAtr CoLoNIsT: it is dated London, June 0, 1849.] THE projected constitutional measures of the Government now direct attention to our Australian Colonies.-Your own and other metropolitan journals take notice of our remote but rising locations, and in general approve of the liberal policy which is being adopted by the parent state towards her off spring at the antipodes. My present object is to offer some remarks on the oft-debated subject of two chambers of legislation. The comparative few in this country who give their attention to, colonial subjects seem impressed that this species of check is absolutely necessary for wise and prudent legislation, and they are disposed to charge the Colonial Office.,with some measure of culpable laxity, on so important a point. The Government, as you are aware, have left the question to the consideration of the c...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE POSTAGE BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 6 October 1849

THE POSTAGE BILL. -0 [The following are the Clauses of the New Post age Bill.] CLAUSE' 1.--Rpealing tho Postage Acts already in fore, was passed.: .- a r Clause 2.-Providing the form of the Postmaster's declaration,. was passed. Clause 3.-Giving the Governor power to fix rates of postage, and to establish rules for the receiving and delivery of letters, was passed. Clause 4.-Providing that letters should be charged by weight, at the rate of 2d. for half an ounce; and Clause 6.-Affixing the same rates of postage on all inland letters; was passed. Clause 6.-Enacting that the town letters should be charged at the rate of one penny per half ounce, was passed. Clause 7.-Enacting that on all ship letters not exceeding half an ounce, a rate of threepence should be charged, and an additional threepence for every half ounce, was passed. "Clause 8.-Enacting that postage on ship letters should be paid for by the sender, was passed. Clause 0.-Providing for the transmission of par cels, periodic...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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MANEROO. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 6 October 1849

MANEROO. THE Commissioner for settling the boun daries of disputed runs amongst the Squatters of this district, Henry Whitty, Esq., has arrived, at Cooma, on Friday last, on his route from the Tumut. It is understood he will devote the ensuing month to sending notices or circulars to the several disputants, and on the first day of the next month, commence business at the Police Office, Cooma, by investigation. September 29th, 1849.

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ENIGMA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 6 October 1849

ENIGMA. My first is the brightest of all bright things, And time, tho' it changes all things of earth, Hath left it untouch'd, and pure as the day Thousands of years ago, when it had birth. My second is found in every cot, In my own dear England, and even here In fair Australia, without its aid Home would no longer be safe nor dear. :.:A simple, yet a most beautiful thing Of light, and life is.my whole, and now -While I pen the lines which fancy dictates It is sportively playing on my brow. ELLA, Goulburn, Oct. 2. In a ? D H ,? ? ,. o?.a~.- ,| ?

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Original Poetry. REPORT IN RHYME, OF THE CAUSE "MALADY v BRADLEY." [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 6 October 1849

REPORT IN RHYME, OF THE CAUSE " MALADY V BRADLEY." A AoCTION OF TRESPASS TO LAND, TRIED AT THE GOULBURN CIRCUIT COURT, BEFORE THE CHIEF JUsTIOE, SEPTEMBER 1809. -O - MR. DARVALL began.-With a sorrowful face He slowly stated the plaintiff's case; His client, he said, was forced into law, Because Mr. Bradley had clapped his claw On a Station for Cattle, called " The Peak," Which Malady owned near the Cobbler's Creek. A very fine Station it was indeed, Plenty of cattle and sheep it would feed; So a dairy he kept, and butter made, In which he soon drove a capital trade; Fo0 the grasswas rich, and the water good, And his right and title were understood B'every soul in the neighbourhood. Blt Bradley, that grasping son of a gun, Determined to have poor Mtalady's run: Sent roaming over it sheep by the score, (To cattle always a terrible bore,) Trespassing thu~ every day more and more; 'Till'at length he drove all the cows away For cattle and sheep together won't stay. This, Gentlemen, is ou...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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Country News. QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 6 October 1849

Country News. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.) -0 QUEANBEYAN. THE CONVICT THORNETT.-On Monday, the 1st in. stant, the Magistrates of this district assembled in Court of Petty Sessions to receive tl.e affirmation, in writing, of one Thomas Scully, who was in the service of the Rev. E. Smith, about two years since, touching and concerning the moral character of Margaret levers, the prosecutrix, and upon whose testimony the prisoner was convicted of rape, at the last Circuit Court held in Goulburn. Mr. T. A. Murray, J P., conducted the examination of Thomas Scully in a very fair and straightforward manner. Mr. G. D. Murray, solicitor, appeared on behalf of the prosecuntrix, and informed the Justices that in consequence of the illness of Margaret Ivers he had been instructed to cross examine the witness Scully on whatever facts he should state derogatory to her character. His Worship informed Mr. Murray that he could not recognise him, as the enquiry was altogether of a private nature; bu...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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Small Debts' Court. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 6 October 1849

Messrs. W. H. HovELL and JAMES CHISHOLM, J.P.'s, sat last Monday to dispose of the plaints, filed under the Small Debts Act. There were only 24 causes tried and not more than two or three of them were defended. DISPUTED AccouNTs.--Fraser v. Chilvers.-The plaintiff, who is a blacksmith, sought to recover £5 6s. 6d. for work done: defendant had filed a set off amounting to £6 3s. 21d. It appears that the ligitants had been near neighbours at Collector, and that a short time since the plaintiff removed into Goulburn. While at the former place, he executed some work for defendant, and in part pay ment received goods and labor; an account was kept between the two parties, and on closing it there was a balance in favor of plaintiff: he had applied to defendant for it, but without avail. The set off was an enlarged edition of, with many valuable additions to, the original bill furnished plaintiff while residing at'Collector, and had evidently been framed for the purpose of making as much o...

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 — 6 October 1849

ILD SA -Wae beg to remind onr readirs tlat the s'pn??ll po fios d ??flun in. org!iin: and Ar?le, advertised in the Goternnieu't 'Gizette, ill be sold 'b?lSiioil; Lat the Police?oiceGi onilbrn, on Wednes dayitililtth 10th inslant.n-S lialli Suateis, now's your iise !Pulcease, oryoni'Il?be e?itedil. ? lotificaiioisi tl Governmient G&zeite`elot "3 has been withidrawn. .Roonzy..-O . Wednesd ay nightlast orearly on the followingilnoging, they stables at tihe rear of the Sa Jlu tioji Inn aere forcibly entered,d.nl abtout £36 in money abstracted therefrom,, the, property. of the: ostler, who slept ,on the premises.. Unfortunately the poor man wais, absent from home that.night, ailf whoever took the money was doubtless aware of the circumstance. EsoaPn.-On Wednesday night last, two prisoners named Carty and Smith, who were lately committed at the Yass bench for a robbery some time since at Mr. Watson's store, made their escape by jumping off the mail, in which they were being convey...

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Goulburn Quarter Sessions. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 6 October 1849

-0 WEDNESDAY, OcToBER 3. BEFORE S. RAYTaOND, Esq., J.P.,Chairman.nssisted by J. F. M'AnTTUn, Esq., J.P., W. H. I1OVELL, Esq., J.P., W. GARDINER, Esq., J.P., J. W. Cals nOL.It, Esq., J.P., &c. LARCENY. Thomas and Luke Carrolan, late of Terradule, In. bourers, were arraigned on an information which charged them with stealing, on the 2nd June last, at Terradale, one morticing axe, of the value of Is.: one dog chain, of the value of6d.; two maul rings, of the value of Gd.; one drawing knife, of the value of Od.; six chisels, of the value of Id. each.; and five bags, of the value of one penny each, the goods and chattels of Thomas Blakeuey, Thomas Callaghan, Esq., Crown Prosecutor, con ducted the case for the Crown, and the prisoners were defended by Mr. Hamilton Walsh. The Crown Prosecutor, in stating the case to the Jury, said that Thomas Blakeuey lived at Millbank, and the prisoners resided about a quarter of a mile from him. During the prosecutor's absence from home, in June ...

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 — 6 October 1849

Warning Take ! W?~ THEREAS two evil disposed persons, named V COOPER and I-IINDERBANK, with the base advice of others, have rose a most malicious and false report of me, to the injury of my unimpeach. able character and reputation. I have this to say, that if a repetition of such conduct be again prac tised towdrds me, especially by the low and vulgar, legal proceedings will be immediately taken against them ; for I now, declare most solemnly, that what the above two individuals alleged against me to be false and calnmnious. II. F. WILLIAMS, Collector, Oct. 4, 1849. Schoolmaster. To Carriers. I-IE Undersigned requires Carriage for Supplies, _-about 27 cwt., to his station the Lachllan. Goulburn, Odt. 0, ]849: W. rI. HOVELL. S Notice to the Public. NTHE undersigned begs to infomt his old Cus tomers, Friends, and the Public, that he has taken the Stores lately occupied by Mr. ROBERT COOPER, Sen., 337, George Street, Sydney, where he intends to conduct the mercattdize of his dis tiller...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 6 October 1849

MARRIED. By Special License, on the 4th instant, at St Peter and St. Paul's Church, Goulburn, by the Rev. Mr. Walsh, James O'Hare, second eldest son of the late Hugh O'Hare, of Nimitybille, Maneroo, to Mary Ann Peter, eldest daughter of Mr. Joseph Peters, Innkeeper Marulan.

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Commercial Intelligence. GOULBURN MARKET—FRIDAY, OCT. 12, 1849. FLOUR AT THE MILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 13 October 1849

Commercial Intelligence. -0 GOULBURN MARKET-FnIDAY, OcT. 12, 1849 FLOUR AT THE MILL. First quality .................per ton £ 10 Seconds.................. ,. 9 Ration .................... .. " £ 8

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MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 13 October 1849

MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. Louis "Dix-SEPT" STILL LivINo.-The following curious narrative is abridged from the letter of the Paris correspondent of the Atlas. It is certainly in no slight degree " strange, if true":- " The great subject of gossip, unimportant for the moment, but which may in time become of more interest than any thing else which is now taking place in Europe, is the return of the Baron de Richemont, Louis Dix-sept, from his visit to the Pope at Gaeta, and the extraordinary step which he has taken by the advice of his Holiness. He has summoned the Duchess d'Angouleme to appear before the Tribunal de Premiere Instance to identify the person of her brother, and to show cause why her Royal High ness still persists in detaining the property which, granted to the heir of Louis Seize by the nation, he can prove to be his right, &c., &c. The announce ment of the struggle which has just begun, and to which the public are to be made witness, has caused, as you ma...

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Select Poetry. A FRAGMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 13 October 1849

-0 A FRAGMENT. His eye was stern and wild-his cheek Was pale and cold as clay; Upon his tighten'd lip a smile Of fearful meaning lay: He mused awhile-but not in doubt No trace of doubt was there; It was the steady solemn pause Of resolute despair. Once more he looked upon the scroll, Once more its words he read, Then calmly with unflinching hand, Its folds before him spread. I saw him bare his throat, and seize The blue, cold, gleaming steel, And grimly try the temper'd edge He was so soon to feel! A sickness crept upon my heart SAnd dizzy swam my head I could not stir-I could not cry I felt benumb'd and dead; Black icy horrors struck me dumb, And froze my senses o'er; I closed my eyes in utter fear, And strove to think no more. Again I look'd, a fearful change Across his face had passed He seemed to rave-on cheek and lip' A flaky foam was cast; He raised onhigh the glittering blade Then first I found a tongue "Hold, madman! stay the frantic deed" I cried, and forth I sprung. He hea...

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To the Editor of the "Goulburn Herald." [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 13 October 1849

To the Editor of the " Goulburn Herald.' ScR,-Your correspondent " Gaffer" would fain show, that the old Crown Land Regulations were based upon a permanently binding contract,the object of which was to sell land in lots of no smaller area than 640 acres. Instead of proving that such was the case, he goes on to state what no man denies, that where government become a party to any con tract, it is their duty beyond a question to fulfil their portion of it. His allusion to Earl Grey's Despatch, in support of that statement is super fluous, as there is no difference of opinion on the subject. It does not suit him to acknowledge that the old land regulations were no longer binding on the government than they were conducive to the public weal ; and he cautiously avoids asserting that there was no proviso to that effect in the Land'Act. I repeat, your correspondent ought to have proved that there was a breach of faith on the part of the Government before he did complain. The way in which C...

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Original Correspondence. To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 13 October 1849

-0 To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald. SIx,-Your correspondent William Tell, in his letter published in Saturday's issue, has chosen to find fault with my views of the Quit-rent question, and says, in remarking on my letter upon that subject-"?But this piece of sophistry is detected and exposed by the fact that every colonist to whom convicts were assigned, agreed only to maintain and clothe alem in consideration of the services which they rendered." I should not think it necessary to reply to your correspondent's letter, if he would confine himself to what he knows to be the strict truth; which he has not done. In the first place, if hlie will look at some of the grants or leases issued during the go vernment of Sir Thomas Brisbane, he will there find, when the portions of land were granted or leased, that the persons, on receiving the land, were bound to take so many convicts off the hands of the Government, and provide them with clothes and rations until the expiration of the t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 13 October 1849

Subscribers' Names and Advertisements will be received at the Printing Office, Auburn-street, Goulburn, and bU the fol, lowing Agents : SYDNEY ........ Mr. T. EDWARDS, Bookseller (late Magee) Pitt street near Hunter-street QUEANBEYAN .... Mr. S. NUTTEn BUNGONIA'... .. Mr. TRIMtBLNS BERRIMA........ Mr. JoBEPsa LEVY. YASS,............ Mr IR. MALLYOI GUNDAGAf ...... Mr. SIMPSON, Inn-keeper BRAID WOOD ..... Mr. WILLIAMs, Storekeeper LAKE GEORGE,... Mr. SAM. CnoWT?aEn MARULAN, ..... Mr. FULLJAMES BUNGENDORE... Mr. O. BYRNE BINDA ........... Mr. Monats, Itani-keeper JUJYONG FLAT Mr. SHE Murrumbidgee Mr. ASH AN, Innkeeper. BURROWA........ Mr. J. WALTON. REID'S FLATS. Mr HENRY SOLoMON MANENOo..M "S MANEROO........ Mr. IHIBInoUD. ALBUItY........... Mr. D. MAcAKAY. WAGGA WAGGA.'. Mr. J. RonEBwts, Innkeeper WOLLONGONG.... Mr. MUSOGRAVE TUMUT RIVER.... Mr. JAMEs ADAMS; SNo receipt is genuine except on yellow pa per and signed by the proprietor, WILLIAM - JONES. The quarters end on 24th March, 2...

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THE MURDER OF MR. AGNEW AND MR. ANDERSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 13 October 1849

THE MURDER OF MR. AGNEW AND MR. ANDERSON. (From a Correspondent of the Friend of India.) The murderer of Mr. Vans Agnew has been detected among the Mooltan prisoners of war; and, by the express order of the Go vernor General he has been tried by a spe cial military commission. This commission consisted of four British commissioned officers, two native ditto, and one c.lonel of the Sikh service; and the court was open. The investigation was intensely interesting, and in the course of the proceedings, the whole story of the murder of our two la mented countrymen, and Moolroj'srebellion, was unfolded, and set before the public as vividly as if the past had been reflected in a mirror. On this trial the following facts were es tablished, and made public; that on the 18th of April, Mr. Agnew and Lieutenant Anderson reached Mooltan, encamped at the cantonment called the Eedgah, under the north face of the fort, and had an interview the same evening with Dewan Moolraj, in the tent of Sidar ...

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POLICE. II. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 13 October 1849

POLICE. II. THE duties of the Police Officer are to search out and collect evidence of guilt, and taking precautions, warranted by previous informa tion, against the perpetration of offences. His greatest ambition ought to be to prevent the commission of crimes, and, by vigilance, produce a conviction that criminality cannot exist without the danger of detection. On the other hand, it is the duty of the Magis trate to judge of the value of the evidence offered in cases brought before him for ad judication; and not only to see the law en forced, but enforced in such a manner as no doubt can arise as to its impartial admini stration. In England, this division of powers has been successfully attained by the establish ment of Police Boards throughout the king dom, whose duties are wholly ministerial, and quite apart from those of the judicial magistracy. By this division a most salutary check against the abuse of authority has been secured. Every one who has attended the Courts of Crimi...

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THE REMEMBRANCES OF A MONTHLY NURSE. LORD WALTER MAXWELL. [CONTINUED FROM OUR LAST.] [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 13 October 1849

THE REMEMBRANCES OF A MONTHLY NURSE. 0 LORD WALTER MAXWELL. [CONTINUED FROM OUR LAST.J '" YoUR boy, Lennox, will -then have both the title and fortune immediately, for they descend clearly down the female line." "Yes, in right of my lord's mother," said the Major, " I believe. Perhaps, it is the best thing that could have happened, after all." Most anxiously was the skilful practitioner expected down-he might be absent at some distant case-he might be indisposed; but no, we saw his carriage drive rapidly up the avenue. The other surgeon was waiting his arrival, with his assistant. In a moment he was by Lord Walter's couch. With what skill was that operation performed! All the splinters of the bone were removed, and the depressed part uplifted. I witnessed the whole of it myself; for the poor nurse was in another room, in strong hysterics: it was with difficulty she was prevented from laying violent hands on herself. I saw and trembled as I saw a large quantity of the actual brain ex...

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