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Sydney News. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 13 October 1849

Sydney News. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2. NEW BILL.-Mr. Donaldson brought in a Bill for the prevention of catarrh, &c., in sheep. It was read a first time, and ordered to be read a second time on Friday. LEAVE TO BRING IN A BILL. - Mr. Nichols obtained leave to bring in a Bill to regulate distresses for rent. GOVERNOR'S NMESSAGE.-Recommending the insertion of the endowment clauses, pro posed by the University Committee, into a Bill for the Incorporation and Endowment of an University, to be called the University of Sydney. BILL ASSENTED TO.-Merchant Seaman's Bill. RE-EMIGRATION.- Mr. Dangar moved certain resolutions which stood on the paper in his name, having reference to the subject of re-emigration. They were negatived with out a division. BILL READ A SECOND TIME.-The Va Sgrancy Bill. BILLS CONSIDERED IN COMMITTEE. Summary Convictions Bill, and Vagrancy Bill. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3. ,,r1,BiLL ASSENTED TO.-rThe Departing of Vessels Bill. GOVERNOR'S MESSAGES.-City...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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"THOU SHALT NOT KILL." [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 13 October 1849

"THOU SHALT NOT KILL." ARGUMENT has almost been exhausted on the question of capital punishment for the crime of rape; the subject has been dis cussed, in every point of view, and might perhaps appear to be too hacknied for re opening in the columns of a newspaper : but we cannot shut our eyes to the importance of it : nor can we conscientiously allow it to sleep in the arms of the sensitive portion of the community, when the life of a fellow creature is at stake-while the slightest, the most distant chance remains of our humble pen becoming the instrument of averting the impending doom-the doom which will usher a trembling soul into the presence of its God. When we say the sensitive portion of the community, we hurl back with con tempt the oft-repeated phrase which has been sneeringly applied to the abolitionists by the champions-the admirers-of strangulation. They have striven, and striven hard, by the use of that sneer to gain proselytes to that damnable opinion that man has a ri...

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

Try ere you Despair!! YOU MAY BE CURED YET!! PILLS AND OINTMENT. * 0 WONDERFUL CURE EFFECTED BY HOLLO WAY'S PILLS AND OINTMENT. Copy of a letter from Captain E. F. Ferris, Com manding Rampore Forces, Rohilound, dated January 15, 18409. 1 R,-As I deem so wonderful a medicine as Professor HOLLOWAY'S is, ought to be well known, I take the liberty of reporting a miraculous cure here under my own eyes. An old woman aged 60 years, had for the last two years been quite bed ridden, having ENTIRELY lost the use of her legs from the Ihip joints; the limbs hadl become quite liard, like hlorn (what the natives call " Soonse.") All feeling quite gone, so much so, that you might cut her, and she was unconscious of pain. When I prescribed Hollowny's Treatment and Medicine,. ler limbs were to aill ippenrance quitte DEAD, allnd with out tlie slightest" tfeling. After twelve daiys p.rse verance withi the :Ointmetitsie complniiaed of great painit, the liimbs,. "lilke Ille;ppricking of: pins.: ' Istill...

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

COLONIAL ARCHITECT.-Wce understand that Mr. Edmund T. Blackett has been ap pointed Colonial Architect, but will not enter upon the duties of the office until January next, Mr. Lewis continuing to act until that period.-S. M. Herald. STEALING BY A CARRIER.-Bayliss alias Johnson, who was about a fortnight since taken into custody on a charge of having made away with a quantity of goods en trusted to him by Messrs. Byrnes, of Par ramatta, for conveyance to Mr. Shelley, Tumut River, and who was remanded for the attendance of Mr. Shelley, was yesterday again put into the dock. Mr. Shelley was not present, but Mr. James, clerk in the es tablishment of Messrs. Griffiths, Fanning and Co., was put into the witness box; who proved the delivering to the prisoner of a case of books and of a piece of osnaburg, on the 18th August last, for conveyance, the former to Mr. Strahan, at the Tumut, and the latter to Mr. Charles Macarthur ; the value of the property, about £14; a few days ago, he heard f...

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AN OLD SONG IMITATED. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 13 October 1849

AN OLD SONG IMITATIED. (Sung with unbounded applause, by the little Settlers, at the Government Land Sale, held at the Goulburn Court-house, on Wednesday, October 10.) There's a good time coming, boys A good time coming; When the Lands which now we've bought, Which in vain so lung were sought. Through the good time coming, jE achlfarm is now INDEED a homne And right has made us stronger And those who'd tempt us now to roam SMust wait a little longer. There's a good time coming boys A good time coming; When our votes shall rule the land, And all go hand in hand I, In the good time coming, No more shall discontent resound, We've justice-what is stronger Commissioners!-now don't go round Wait a little longer. There's a good time coming boys A good time coming; When us Yeomen of the soil, Fed and fattened by our toil, In the good time coming. Beneath our fig trees budding new Or Viuyards growing stronger, We'll rest in peace and comfort too Wait a little longer. There's a good time comi...

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MELBOURNE MARKETS.—OCTOBER 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 13 October 1849

MELBOURNE MARKETS.-OOTOBER 6. Wheat from 8s. Gd. to 3s. Gd. per bushel; barley, 2s. 6d. to 3s. per ditto; oats, 2s. Gd. to 3s. per do. There has been no change in the price of wheat, barley and oats for several weeks. There is still an abundant supply of fat cattle in the market, good quality have sold this week at about 7s. 6d. per 100 lbs. Fat wethers have also been very plentifal during the week, good quality sheep have sold at about 12d. per lb. There is no variation in the price of mixed cattle, purchasers are scarce. Working bullocks are not in demand, bullocks in fair condition s6ld at £6 per pair, bows and yokes given in. Useful hacks sold during the week at from £8 t6 £14. A good draft colt fetched 222 guineas rough hacks from £4 to P7, and colts and fillies, handled, from £4 to £6 each. Two sheep stations changed hands. during the week, at good prices.

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

Colonial News. -0 SYDNEY UNIVERSITY.-The public have not forgotton Mr. Wentworth's unscrupu lous political jockeyship, some thire years ago, in regard to the inquiry and report on the expediency of renewing transportation. His conduct in regard to the proposed Sydney University shows that he can dis play the same qualities when he has a good cause in hand. It will be recollected that on the 6th of last month Mr. Wentworth moved for a committee " to inquire into and report upon the best means of instituting a university for the promotion of literature and science, to be endowed at the public ex pense." At the time we thought it rather late in the session to open up a question of so much importance; but we had no appre hension that it was not only to be opened up, but to be disposed of, before the fast waning session terminated. The Report from the Committee, will show that we had al together miscalculated. From that docu ment it will be seen that the Committee, without troubling them...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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SYDNEY MARKETS.—FRIDAY, OCT. 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 13 October 1849

SYDNEY MARKETS.-FanIDAY, Oct. 5. [From the Sydney Morning Herald.] Several country buyers have come forward and purchased rather freely, notwithstanding the high - rate of carriage at present ruling, their stocks being almost exhausted; some little animation has been the result, though the amount of business is much below the average for the season. British imports for the most part have been offered at a decline, in consequence of recent advices-and eastern pro duce on tihe other hand has become of more value. The arrival of the Woodstock, from Manilla, puts us in possession of later dates than those previously received, fully confirming former quotations, and noticing a further advance in sun-dried and clayed Sugars, Hemp and Coffee. The amount of ton nage requiring dead weight for the American mar kets, together with the unfavourable rates of ex change, it was expected would operate very mate rially against buyers. Brandy-Sales to some extent have been effected, but former quotat...

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

Oir,Agettts,,.will. by this time have received the Quarterly Accounts, due by the Subscribers in the several districts; and we request they will collect the amounts with as little delay as possible. We take the opportunity of calling their attention to the Terms of Subscription, that no Subscriber can decline unless all arrears due by him are paid tip to the end of the current quarter. W. JONES, PROPRIETOR. Auburn-street, October 13, 1849. THE GOULBURN HERALD. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13, 184g.

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

COLONIAL POLICY. [From the Morning Herald, June 27, 1840.1, A hypothetical case is always admiissible, e"'en in the closest logic. It enables ius to c. culate more clearly the chances and con t: igencies which hang round some proposi ti us-to see more distinctly their entire s ,pe and bearing, and serves, thercfore; to g:ard us from the errors of partial investi g.tions. Let us submit the British colo n:es, and particularly Canada, to this test. B assuming that her Majesty's present ad visors, refusing to be warned by the threat ening aspect which the British colonies present, madly persist in their ill-advised and wanton system of colonial policy-what; under such circumstances, must be the re sults ? We all know that there are limits to forbearance-that there is a term to patience the most exemplary, and to sub mission the most perfect-that men in the colonies are not very different from men at home-that however attached to the mother country, to its institutions, to its laws, to i...

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

EUROPEAN NEWS. [From English papers of the 28th June, 1840.] FRnANcE.-In the Assembly, a motion to re move the state of siege was debated briefly on. Monday, and rejected by a large majority. On Tuesday, the report of the Committee for suppressing the Clubs was carried by 873 to 151; the Left not joining in the dis cussion, but giving a silent vote. On Tues day, the Assembly declared itself no longer in permanence. The provincial disturbances mentioned last week were everywhere put down with out bloodshed, except at Lyons, where serious business occurred,-chiefly, it is said, through the misfortune that the wea ther prevented a prompt communication of the failure of the Paris attempt. A crowd of Democrats summoned a guard to deliver their arms, and on refusal attacked the guard and endeavoured to disarm them. The soldiers fired, and killed several of their attackers, who thereupon retired, reinforced themselves, and raising a general cry " To arms!" commenced the work of barricades....

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

- CALIFORNIA. [From.the South Australian Meroury.] THE following notes respecting this centre of attraction, are derived from a gentleman recently arrived in Adelaide, per Phantom, ,and who reached Sydney in the Despatch. As will be perceived, they differ in many important respects from the accounts hereto fore published, and contain statistical de tails both interesting and useful to parties contemplating a trip from these colonies to the gold region. Being the result of some months' residence in the town, as well as of personal observation in the interior, they may be depended upon. The city of San Francisco is situated on the south-east side of the Bay of that name, at a distance of seven miles from the I-leads, and exactly opposite the mouth of the Sa eramento River. Few harbours in the world can compare with this magnificent bay, which is capable of accommodating 50,000 sail, being up Wvards of fifteen miles in breadth, with deep .water anchorage for vessels of the largest tonn...

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SEDUCTION AND SUICIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 13 October 1849

SSEDUCTION AND SUICIDE. - The new York papers relate the following remarkable case as having recently occurred in one of the Western towns. A young merchant of good standing and fair prospects professed an attachment to a young woman equally re speetable, and their intimacy led to the loss of her innocence, he refused to marry her but offered to commit suicide if she would, and thus end their lives together. They so agreed, each swallowing a large portion of laudanum, and after this repaired to their repective residences to die. The merchant reached his lodgings, coolly stretched himself on his bed, declaring hlie was weary of his life and expired. The female was taken sick before she could reach her own residence, and declaring what she had done, was saved by the application of immediate remedies. HORRIBLE CASE OF TORTURING IN GRntECE.-The following case is communi cated by the Athens correspondent of a morning paper as having just occurred in Nauplia; it arose out of the loss of a...

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

-o PROROGATION OF COUNCIL.-We can state upop good authority, that the Governor will proceed to the Council Chamber, at noon, on Friday, for the purpose of proroguing the Council. PUBLIC MEETING.-PnrsUant to advertisement, a meeting of the "Irish, and friends of Ireland," was held in Mr. Gray's Long Room, Lighthouse Hotel, corner of Sussex and Bathurst streets, on Mouday evening, to adopt means of moving the Executive on behalf of Messrs. O'Dogherty and Martin, two of the Irish State prisoners found guilty of seditious wri ting, and now on board the convict ship Mount Stuart Elphinstone. Several speeches were de livered, and a committee appointed to draw up a petition on the subject. Upwards of 400 persons were present, and a large number were outside who could not obtain admittance.-S. M. Herald, Oct. 10. PRIZE FIGHT. One of these disgraceful exhibi- tions, took place in the neighbourhood of Sydney on Wednesday last, when Hough and Perry, (an American Black) contested their science ...

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

WILL STAND THIS SEASON, At Springfield, at £2 a Mare, GROOMAGE INCLUDED. PEDIGREE-Lyourgus by Whisker, imported by Mr. Bayley in 1836, out of Manto, imported by Mr. Ioely. Whiskei, by Whisker, dam, Woodbine, sister to Fortuna; by Comus, grandam by Patriot, greatgran. dam by Phenomenos out of Czarina, by Babraham Blank. Manto, by Soothsayer, out of a Buzzard mare, own sister to Lynceus, end dam of John of Paris, her tam Rose by Sweetbryer out of Muliton by Snap, Sootshbsayer by Sorceerer, out of Golden Looks by Delphini, her dam Violet by Shark, Syphon, Quoiks, Charlotto.-Vido Stud Book, vol. 2, pp, 46 and 48. NE W0 GOODS S. EMANUEL BEGS to inform his Friends and Public of Goulburn and the surrounding Districts, he has just returned from Sydney, with an Entire .lew Stock of Goods, CONSISTING OF Delaine, Belzorine and Muslin Dresses, Prints, Calicos, Horrock's Long Cloth, Flannels, Bonnet and Cap Ribbons, Ginghams, Hosiery, Haberdashery, Merinos, Orleans Cloth, Ladies' and Children's ...

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MELBOURNE MARKETS.—OCTOBER 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 20 October 1849

MILBOURNE MAII(ETS.--OoTos-nx 13. WsEAT.--The grain market has exhibited some symptoms of improvement during the week, prices being steady, and a fair amount of business trans acted, at the following quotations: Wheat, 3S, lid. to 3s. Od. per bushel. SToct.--The supply of fat cattle in the market wae not so heavy this week, as last, and there is, consequlently, rather an advance in prices, good quality cattle sold at from 8s. to Os., and inferior ditto at 7s. per 10Obs. Fat wethers are very plentiful, first quality sell at about Os. each, or rather over 14d. per Ib; store sheep are not much required, for the market price is from 6s. to 6s. lid. per head. Working Bullocks sell at low prices, purchasers. being scarce ; a team in low condition sold at £6 10s. per pair. There is no variatiou in the price or demand for mixed cattle, sales for which are very difficult to effect. Sales of horse stock were rather dull this week--useful hacks sold at from £0 to £14.; colts and fillies handle...

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SYDNEY MARKETS.—FRIDAY, OCT. 12. [From the Sydney Morning Herald] [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 20 October 1849

SYDNEY M?ARKET S.--FaIAY, OcT. 12. EFrom the Sydney Morning Herald " UPWAnDs of 350 tolls sugar, say Pampanga, Zebu, and Taal, have exchanged hands during the week. The demand iu the mean time is only par tially supplied; the Teal was taken at £16, show. ing an advance of 20s. per ton during the tmonih; Pampanga at 1Os. to 20s. advance on the above, and Zebu at about former rates.--Thc Julia Percy, from Hongkong, brings only 1000 chests of congou teas, and latest dates advise of there being no vessels laid on for here, and state that " tie markets for the new congous had opened since the mail left on the 22nd June, and upwards of 40 chops (each 600 chests) had been settled at exceedingly high rates, viz., 26 to 32 taels, being an increase of from 6 to 7 taels per picul on last ye.ar's prices: Exchange, 4s. id. to 4s. 2d., and likely to advance in July."- Stocks of coffee are again reduced to less than twenty tons, and the trade sparingly snppliedl. Cigars, much damaged, realised 42s...

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THE NEW CONSTITUTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 20 October 1849

THIE NEW CONSTITUTION. A ooPr of the New Constitution Bill has been re ceived in the colony, and re-published in the Port Phillip papers. Of course it is of too great alength to appear in our columns; suffice it therefore to say that it closely follows the recommendations of the Privy Council Report. The following are the Schedules attached to the Bill: NEW SOUTH WALES. Schedule (A) Part 1. Governor, £50000; Chief Justice, £2000; two Puisne Judges, £3000; salaries of Attorney aitd So licitor Generals, Crown Solicitor, and miscellaneous. expenses of tile Administration of Justice through out the colony, £19,000. Total, £29,000. Schedule (A) Part 2. Colonial Secretary, anid his department, £6500; Colonial Treasurer, and his drpsrtmcnt, £4000; Auditor-General, and his department, £3000; salary of Clerk, and miscellaneous expenses of Executive Council, £500; pensione, £2500. Total, £16,000. Schedule (A) Part 3. Public Worship, £28,000. VICTORIA. Schedule (B) Part 1. Governor, £2000; Jud...

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Country News. MANEROO. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 20 October 1849

Country Newas. : ~(VRaM OUR OWN OORRE5PONeDEsT.) - FATAL AOOIDENT.-A very melancholy ccur. reoce took place on Friday last in this vicinity. An ijidustrious, honest, inoffensive man, well known in this and the neighbourhood of Queanbeyan for many yesrs,'by the name of Mark Russell and about 60 years.of. age, holding a squatting station on. the nor thern banks of the:Murrumbidgee River, opposite Collier's Creek, got upon his horse and thought he could ford the river over near the paddock at his. side, and though cautioned by his wife and empha tically warned of the danger of crossing in the very high state it then appeared, he notwithstanding rashly persevered until the horse got out of his depth, the merciless current sweeping with impe tuosity both man and horse down the rapid stream, both disappeared and almost instantaneously, and, in the presence of his distracted wife and a few other persons, who could not at the peril of their existence offer the remotest assistance, sunk to r...

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Commercial Intelligence. GOULBURN MARKET—FRIDAY, OCT. 19, 1849. FLOUR AT THE MILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 20 October 1849

Commercial Intellig~ence. -0--o GOULBURN MAlIK~ET-FRnIDaY, OCT. 19, 18j9.. FLOUR AT TIlE MILL. First quality .,....- ....per ton £ 10 Seconds........................ ..9~ Ration... .................." £8

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