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

IcUSH THE MAURDERERt.-" Conceive if you can," exclaimed my observant acquaintance, " a trial es sentially dramatic ! The entrance of Eliza Chestney into Norwich, borne in a litter and escorted by po lice; the removal of the witness.box, and the in troduction of the poor wounded girl, prostrate on her sick couch, into Court; the steadiness and de liberation with which, despite of weakness and suffering, she gave her testimony; her singularly agreeable and musical tone of voice ; the emphasis with which she pointed the clenching portion of her evidence-that of identifying the murderer come home to the feelings of the most phlegmatic and impassive. She had previously stated that she had no doubt on her own mind who the assassin was; and her brief but telling reply to the counsel's question, 'whom do you believe tile assailant to be ?' produced an electrical effect in court. She was deadly pale; looked worn and wasted with acute suffering, both when speaking and silent. But the mind was...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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Sydney News. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 20 October 1849

Sydney N.ews. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 9. CR?OWN LANDS. - M[r. Lowe moved, that an address, transmitting the Repoirt and Evi-' dence of the Committee of Crown Lands be presented to his Excellency, praying that the same may be forwarded to the Secretary for the colonies. Agreed to. SYDNEY UNIVERSITY BILL.--Mr. Went worth gave notice of his intention to move, on Wednesday next, the recommittal of this Bill. GoVERNeO.'s M'ESSAGES. - Two messages were received from the Governor recommend ing an additional clause in Pawnbroker's Bill, and some verbal alterations in the Sydney Railway Bill. The amendments were agreed to. BILL READ A SECOND TIME.--Book and Newspaper Publication Bill. BILLS IN COMIMIITTEE.-- Slaughter-house Bill. Vagrant Bill. BILL WITHDRAWN-- Summary Convictions Bill. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10. BILLS ASSENTED TO.--Equity Process, Police Rewards Fund, Appropriation, Com mon Law Process, Quarantine, and Hawkers and Pedlers', Bills. BILLS READ A TuImnD TIMzE.--Cumber...

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 — 20 October 1849

* Tea, Sugar, Tobacco. THE" Undersigned offers FIRST RATE samples or the above at LOWER PRICES than any other Store in Gonlburn. JO8EPII COLLINS, Victoria Store. t? IMPORTANT NOTICE! H E' PUBLIC is respectfully informed that THE ild Establishe STOEES, Who have not largely advertised in the Goulburn Herald, being well aware their prices and method of doing business has al ways given satisfaction, do not see the ne eessity of offering a list of prices, or MAKING AN UVN.ECESSARY NOISE ABOUT NOTHING!!! Shearers and Washers. TANTED, at lHYANA;--Two Shillings and Three Pence a SCORE wvill be given to the' *former and Ten Shillings a week and rations to tlie latter; The washers are wanted immediately. Shea~in? to commence on the 1st of November; : Wanted, VWOJOURNEYMIEN TAILORS, good wodrk I men will find constant employment and liberal'i wages, on application to ANDREW BOYD. Auburn.street, Goulburn, October 20, 18t9. * Three Pounds Reward. L? OST,.on the 18th of October, OFF a DRAY, J?' b...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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Colonial News. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 20 October 1849

Colonial News. FATAL ACCIDENT TO EMILY SANDFORD'S BROTI1ER.-VWednesday evening last, this unfortunate young gentleman, on returning to the ship Caspar, by which he had lately arrived in the colony, en route to Port Phillip, missed the plank, and fell between the wharf and the ship, and was picked up all but dead. The promptest assistance was rendered, but he expired in about an hour and a half afterwards. A coroner's inquest was held on the following day, and a verdict was returned of accidental death.-A delaide Times. QUICKl Wo -- A few days ago, Mr. C. C. Davies received information by post from Goulburn, that a mare had been stolen from the residence of Captain Rossi, in that district, and that a reward of £5 would be paid on the conviction of the thief. A description both of the animal and the sup posed robber was conveyed by the same means, and Mr. Davies, suspecting from par .ticular circumstances, that he was har boured somewhere in the neighbourhood of " Kepperty," (the prop...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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Country News. COLLECTOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 20 October 1849

Country News. (Raow OUR OwN aOrInSPONDENT.) COL-LECTOE?. LAYING THE FOUNDATION STONI OF THE EOsAs CATHOLIC CAdPEL.--Yesterday (Sunday) being the day appointed for laying the foundation stone of the Roman Catholic Chapel and School.house, our little village presented a very lively appearance. The weather being fine induced Inany to come a distance of several miles to witness the ceremony. The foundation being marked out on Saturday, and every thing got ready, early on Sunday both eques trians and pedestrians began to flock into the village. By eleven o'clock a large concotrse of people were assembled; and, after the celebration of Mass, at Mr. Poidevin's Inn, iy the Rev. Mr. Walsh, of Goulburn, the procession moved towards the Chapel ground. After the ustual prayers had' been read, Mr. Walsh delivered a very suitable address, ex horting the people to come forward, according to their means, and contribute in aid of the grand work. Also explaining to them that it was a two. fold purpos...

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 — 20 October 1849

THE BOX OF BONES--A STRANGE STORY. --The Buenos Ayrean Packet of the 10th February, says, " A strange incident took place in this city a few days since. A man far advanced in years had been employed to carry a box to a certain quarter in the city, but previous to reaching his destination, he fell dead in the street. The authorities ordered the body to be removed to the hearse depot; the box in the meanwhile left in an adjoining house. The~inmates proceeded to examine the box, when to their astonishment it was found to contain the skeleton of a child, and the skull and some other bones belonging to the body of an adult. This ?discovery was commnuaicated to the proper authorities, and at length. the following, par ticulars transpired :--Don Ramon Duran, a native of.Catalonia, in. Spain,. married in this city, many years ago, a wealthy lady, called IJonna ]Isabelt Romero, for whom he professed? the.most.tender attachment. The latter dying, Duran by some means obtained the skull and som...

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 — 20 October 1849

Our Agen~ts w~ill by this time hanve received thle SQRuarterl Accounts, dloe by the Subscribers in the several districts; sod we request they w~ill collect the amounts wpith ns little delay as possible. We take the opportunity of callinlg their attention to the Terms of Sbubteriptisni, titat no Subscriber can decline un~less all arrears duie by him are paid uip to, the enld of thle current qualrter. W. JON~ES, Auburn-street, October hI, 1840. TH-E GOULB URN HERALD. SaTvmBaY, OCTOBER 2O, 1849. CADVERTISEMENT.J - TEE Mosr EFFECTUAL CURE FOR GOUT AND RHEUMATISM ARE IIOLLO, WAY'S OINTMENT AND PILLS.-A frequent cause of these complaints is the inflammatory state of the blood, attended with bad digestion, lassitude, and great dibility, showing the waut of tile proper circu. latton of the fluids, and that impurity of the blood greatly aggravates these painful disorders. Hollo. way's Pills are of so purifying a nature, that a few doses taken in time, are an effectual preventive against Gout...

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 — 20 October 1849

-0-- ,To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald. Saa,-I would wish to call your attention to an evil that is become so common as to occur almost daily. Horse stealing seems to be an offence corn mitred with impunity, and carried on to a great extent in the district. By the means of your valu. able paper, a check might be put to the very artful system in practice, thereby confering a benefit to the public at large. There can be no doubt that those engaged in this unlawful practice have a per feat knowledge of the persons whose horses they 4ake, as they carefully avoid, the large herds of the wealthy graziers knowing that they are more likely to be bhought to justice, having the ways and means ?of-detectiug them; but they do not scruple in taking the only beast from the shepherd and poor working wan, -well knowing that he is bound to a master for a certain time, and cannot therefore leave to :look after. his property. The unprincipled scoun. drels who carry on this trade, know the bush wel...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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THE REMEMBRANCES OF A MONTHLY NURSE. LORD WALTER MAXWELL. [CONCLUDED FROM OUR LAST.] [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 20 October 1849

THE REMEMBRANCES OF. A :-MiONTHLY NURSE. -0----- ·LORD WA~LTER MAXXWLL;. the [OONCLUDI2D FROM OUR LAST.) :" 0€ the morrow we commenced, according to the plan we had agreed on; Lord Maxwell having departed very early at my desire, and left his only son, now likely also to be his heir, completely under my friend's manage .men t. I assisted at the young nobleman's toilet, and brought him from his chamber into a pretty, cheerful, morning apartment, now devoted exclusively to his use, where he might not be intruded on by visitors, or annoyed by the vulgar stare of impertinent curiosity. At a small table were placed two china basons, filled with white bread and the freshest milk, frothing hot, with silver dessert-spoons. An elbow-chair was before one, a child's high one at the other. Every circumstance and thing around hiin was new, except: myself; and I retired to the next room (after placing the invalid in his arm chair), where Mir. and rIts. Pelham stood, with the door a-jar, noticing ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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INVESTMENT FOR THE WORKING CLASSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 20 October 1849

INVESTMENT FOR THE WVOR?KING CLASSES. THE Governor having assented to the Rail way Bill, the operations of the Company will be commenced forthwith. The reality which is now given to this truly national scheme for facilitating internal communication ought to have its due effect on those who have adopted the great continent of Australia as their future home, and who should conse quently desire to see its resources developed to the utmost extent. But the proposal of the Sydney Railway Company has more than its patriotic object to recommend it ;--it has more than simply the good it will do the community in aggregate to commend it to the favour of all classes of colonists: the advantages it offers as a safe investment for money, at the most liberal interest, should point it out as the most eligible Bank in which the working classes can possibly de posit their hard earnings-the results of many days of weary toil. The labouring population in this colony have invariably stood aloof from any...

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Select Poetry. HYMN AT SUNSET AMONG THE ALPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 20 October 1849

HYMN AT SUNSET AMONG THE ALPS. Oh ! thou who hast thine altar made On every mountain's brow; Whose temple is the forest's shade, Its arch, the forest bough: ,?:. Thou hast ever listened when we prayed, And thou wilt hear us now. Full kingly is the royal grace On the wide world poured forth; From the sunny south, "in pride of place," To the icy.girded north; The glorious beauty of thy face Doth shine upon the earth. To each-to all--thy bounty flows ·: :::"? Full, boundless, deep and free; Thou hast flowers for earth and stars for heaven And gems for the blue sea; And .for us everlasting hills, And hearts which dauntless be. :More hast thou given, oh God ! yet more Than our spirits true and bold; And our mighty mountain sentinels, Those watchers stern and old The shadow of a glorious past Ot. r memory doth enfold. * That little baud of shepherd men Who left their flocks with thee, -' And strong in heart went boldly forth To make our mountains free; Thy hand was with their stedfast wor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 20 October 1849

'The Greatest Sale of any Medicine IN TUE WORLD !!! :HOJLLU "WAY' PILL ~AND OINTMIENT. CURE OF ASTIHMA. •Extract- of a Letter from Mr. Benjamin Mackie, a , respectable Quaker, date Creenagh, near Louj hall, Ireland, dated September 11th, 1848. To PtoFEssoRt HOLLOWAY, "?ESPECTED FRIEND,--Thy excellent Pills IL have effectually cured me of an Asthma, which allicted toe ftr tllree years to such an extent, that I was obliged to walk my room at night for air, afraid of being suffocated if I went to bed my cough and phlegm. Besides taking tise Pills, I rubbed plenty of thy Ointment into my chest night and morning. - (Signed) BENJAMIN MACKIE "The Wholesale Agent for Eew South Wales begs C.t state that he is aware of several extraordiunary :??uresofAetltma havitig been effected in this Colony ;, O.ne iscthat of a lady residing near the Razorback. : who. after havittg for twenty, years been unable to mnke tite slightest exertion, is now, to use her "' own expressiott, able to rtun up to the ...

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Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 20 October 1849

-0 RAILWAY COMPANY.-A meeting of the local Committee of the Sydney Railway Company was hield at Mandeleon's Hotel, yesterday. It was ver" numerously attended. Altbough reporters were not excluded, they were prohibited from reporting the proceedings. TuE HbAvssT.--There is every prospect of the forthcoming being a plenteous harvest thiroughiout these districts. ThIe wheat is corming on beautifully, and barley Itas already been cut for green fodder. The openness of the season has tad an effecton the witest market, tthat species of graitn hIaving expe rieoced a decline of 3d. per bushel. The natural grass in the neighbourtood of Goulburn is springing fast; and if the warm weather which has now set in continues without interruption from cold winds, we may look for abtnudance of all kinds of vegettahles, fruit, and deiry produce, ini a short time. It will be six weeks before the grass has suflicient strengthl to make atty dift'ereuce it the condition of the cattle aud sheep. New F~oRn M'...

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ADULTERY AND ATTEMPTED HOMICIDE IN PARIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 20 October 1849

ADULTERY AND ATTEMIPTED HOMICIDE IN PARIS. SEVERAL weeks ago a case of adultery, accom panied by three attempts of homicide, took place in the house of a gentleman named Caraby, No. 80, Rue d'Anjou St. Honore. The three principal actors in the drama- l;I. and Madame Caraby and Mf. de Coetlo gon-were arrested, and after an investiga tion by the judicial authorities, were ordered for trial before the Court of Assizes. This trial commenced on Monday last. MIadame Caraby was the first to enter the dock. She is 28 years of age, very hand some, with brilliant black eyes: she was fashionably dressed. Her husband was placed beside her; he is of middle stature, with large moustaches. De Coetlogon came next ; he is good looking, with moustaches, and was attired in black. In answcr to the usual questions, the female prisoner said that she is twenty-eight years of age, and was born at New Orleans; the husband said that his name is Calixte Jaraby, his age thirt?y-six, his position inr life that ...

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TREATMENT OF CRIMINALS; AND THEIR COST TO THE COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 20 October 1849

TREATMiENT OF CRIMKINALS; AND TIHEIR COST TO THE COUNTRY. . roin .rthe News of the WTorld. " "Sx.:--IT'is goood'to:be meciful, We are as 'sured that' "-the quality of mercy becomes 'the monardh; better than. his crbwFi." It is 'a blessed thing to maise up those that fall, but ·it 'is equally desirable that Satan should be 'kept down under our feet, when we have succeeded in getting him there. It is a morbid and maudlin kind of humanity that would foster a snake. "Would you have the serpent bite me twice?" If the sting of the reptile could be withdrawn, and the creature himself rendered useful for domestic purposes, or cven ornamental in a harmless condition, I should have no objection to the process of reformation; but good philan thropists, who are making efforts for the re formation of criminals, and at the same time making enormous charges upon the public in respect to the process, have no more proved that their efforts are successful, than the street mountebanks who play with sn...

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INQUISITION AT ROME. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 20 October 1849

IN?U?SITION AT RoMEa.--The place is out of the beaten track of all strangers, and in a sort of cul de .ac behind St2 Peter's, whence it naturally retired to perform its blushing operations, and ' do good by stealth.' I was struck with the outward appearance ofcivilization and comfort displayed by the building, which owes its erection to Pius V., author of the last creed; but on entering, the real character of the concern was no longer dissimulated. A range of strongly-barred prisons formed the ground floor of a quad rangular court; and these dark and damp receptacles I found were only the preliminary stage of probation, intended for new comers as yet uninitiated into the Eleusinian mys teries of the establishment. Entering a pas sage to the left, you airive at a smaller court yard, where a triple row ofsmall-barred dun geons rises from the soil upwards,-some wvhat after the outward look of a three-decker, "accommodating" about 60 prisoners. These barred cages must have been often fu...

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EMIGRATION, COLONIZATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 20 October 1849

·EMIGRATION, COLON~IZATION. - From the Weekly Dispatch, Juno 23, 1849.) ::T?n moral, like the medical surgeon, :must cut deep if he would eradicate from .the body politic the cancer that has eaten •:into its most vital parts. We have put off taking stock of our social condition, until : we are afraid of the probabilities of our na tional balance-sheet. But the day of reck -.oning has come on so rapidly, that unless • we make up our hooks as they are, the : chances are hourly greater that we mayhave Sno assets to reckon against our liabilities. ,.We would desire to overturn the country to the task of self-examination. We feel some surprise, indeed, that we are not more sur prised at our condition. It is amazing how complacently unconscious we appear to be of our actual state. We talk as big, and look as pompously pure, as if we were not what we have proved ourselves to be-a nation the lowest in commercial character of any in Europe, and that too not amongst our hum blest, but our hig...

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Commercial Intelligence. GOULBURN MARKET—FRIDAY, OCT. 26, 1849. FLOUR AT THE MILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 27 October 1849

Commercial Intelligence. 0T-0 GOULBURN MARKET-FRIDAY, OCT. 26, 1849' FLOUR AT TIIE MILL. First quality ................... per ton L 10 Seconds...................... ,, 9. g Ration ..................... ." .£ 8 TnE Harvest prospects. are producing a downward' tendency in grain. Wheat will in all probability see considerable decline before the week is out. BUTCHER'S MEAT is improving in quality; and in a short time we shall be able to report a fall in price, which is sure to be produced by the arrival of stock now on the road. DAIRY PnoDUCE has been more plentiful this. week than it has been for some time past. Fresh butter is retailing at lid. to is. per lb.

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EXPLORING EXPEDITION ACROSS THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS, FROM THE MISSOURI TO CALIFORNIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 27 October 1849

EXPLORING EXPEDITION ACROSS THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS, FROM THE MIlS SOURI TO CALIFORNIA. [From the Athenmum, May 5.] THE following letters are from Col. Frefomt,-well known as an explorer between the Mississippi and the Pacific. TIhe Colonel had at length resolved to put an end to his wanderings, and soberly settle down in California-not' as a gold digger, but as a farmet. True, however, to his old vocation, and no doubt with an eye to the future, lihe resolved, while his family proceeded thither by the established route, once again to cross the Rocky Mountains, snake a general survey of the tract connecting the old and new country, and beat out a highway for such of his countryment as were in search of" a new home." He left the Missouri on the 21st of October. He reached the Upper Pueblo on the Arkansas, all well-and started thence on the 20Ith of November for the head waters of the Del Norter. He proposed to cross the mountains at such pass as he might there discover-no traveller we be...

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Country News. GUNDAGAI. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 27 October 1849

Country News. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS.) GUNDAGAL D'AT's Fo DnROWNING.--Last month we had a great deal of rain, which did not cease until the bank of the river and its tributaries were oveiflowe d. During the continuance of the flood two persons lost their lives in attempting to cross the river. The on'e was Henry Barber, a blacksmith at Darby.-Lra, who drifted down the stream in a boat with such rapidity, that his hend came in contact with a tree before he could save himself. The collision threw him overboard, and he sunk to rise no more. Ilis remains were found some time since, about thirty miles down the river, but in so advanced a stage of decomposition, that he was identified only by his clothes. The other was a man named Daniel M'Garvie: he was drowned in a creek, on his road home from Gundagai. His body has likewise been recovered and interred. SUDDEN DEATH.-A man named Moore, many years a constable, and for some time past stationed at this place, died rather suddenly, at...

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