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IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 3 November 1849

IRELAND. BRnUTAL MURDER.- After a long intel' val of peace Tipperary has again become the theatre of assassination, and those other crimes for which its annals have obtained so famous a notoriety. The Nenagh papers which reached this morning contain a fearful catalogue of outrages, including the particu lars of Mr. Daniel Egan's murder, of the old stamp,-manslaughter, firing at the person and into dwellings, threatening no tices, &e. The following details are extracted from the Vindicator Repeal authority: "' Cloghjordon, July 2.-One of the most cruel, cold-blooded murders that ever dis graced humanity was perpetrated yesterday, within three miles of this village. As Mr. Daniel Egan, of Ballydorough, a most res pectable young man, 24 years of age,-the unfortunate victim in this case,-was pro ceeding on his way to mass, to 3Barna, in the company of his father, mother and two sisters, it appears he stopped some few perches behind them. The "mass-path" led to a narrow lane with...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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IMPORTANT EUROPEAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 3 November 1849

IMPORTANT EUROPEALN NEWS. ---0--- TEn arrival of the Aden at Port Plhillip from England via Adelaide has placed us in posscssion of European news to the 8th July. The following precis is from the Mclbourne papers. Referring to the state of Traela, the Lon 'don Daily News of the 6th July, says: Neither the increase nor the decrease ex ceed the limits of the oscillation from year to year, and from quarter to quarter, that must always be looked for. To base con clusions as to national prosperity or depres sion upon such data would be to emulate the hypocondriac, whose spirits rise with a rise of the 100th part of an inch in the ba rometer's mercury, and fall with a fall of equal amount. A surer index of the state of the country are the reports of our manu facturing districts and great commercial em poriums. During the first six months of 1849, both imports and exports have been large, the latter unsually so. The quantity of cotton imported during these six months has been greater than ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 3 November 1849

FO EIG~,NI INTELLIGENCE. FRANCE.-- Th position of France remains the same as last week. "The reign of terror" is proceeding; it is now, however, the affrighted "Moderates" that are sacrificing liberty to their fears. On Friday, the dis cussion on the regulations of the Legislative Assembly was resumed. The 122nd article provided that the representative " censured with exclusion," who should re-appear in the hall before the expiration of the delay fixed by the Assembly, should, on an order of the President, he arrested, conducted to the Hotel of the Presidency, and there confined during three days. T!!is article, strongly opposed by the members of the Mountain, was, however, adopted by a considerableo majority. It gives three chances to a Mi nistry. Three days, however, have hitherto sulliced to effect a revolution in France. According to the 1-23rd article, the represen tative censured with exclusion is to forfeit, during one month, one half of his indemnity, and a thousand aqlicles...

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HER MAJESTY'S VISIT TO IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 3 November 1849

HER MAJESTY'S VISIT TO IRELAND. Tiis event has now ceased to be a subjct for speculation; it has beeoon officially an nounced to his Excellency the Lord Lieu tenant and the Lord Mayor of Dublin in the subjoined letter : " Dublin Castle, June 30, 1840.-My Lord-I have the honour to transmit herewith, by coummand of the Lord Lieutenant, the enclosed copy of a letter received from Secretary Sir George Grey, communi cating her Majesty's intention to visit Ireland. His Excellency has much pleasure in making this an-. nouncement, which he feels assured will be a source of gratification to you and your fellow citizens.-I have the honor to be, my Lord, your obedient servant. " T. N. IREDINOTON. " The Right Hon. the Lord Mayor. " Whitehall, Juno 27, 1849.-My Lord-I have the satisfaction to inform your Excellency that I have received the Queen's commands to acquaint you that her Majesty hopes to be able, in the course of the present sumumer, to fulfil the intention which you are aware she has ...

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 — 3 November 1849

-0--- ARnYLE STEAM FLOUR MILL. -We understalid that Mr. Sinclair's steam flour mill is in the course of completion. The work has been unavoidably delayed in consequence of the unfavourable state of the weather. Mr. S. expects, however, to commence operations in the course of a few days under the management of Mr. Bergin, and at reduced prices; say, six-pence per bushel for grinding, eight pence for grinding, dressing and smutting; there will be " no bag grinding," nor will the immense quantity of three pound " flour" per bushel be retained for " waste." Tua LICENSING ACT.-We have been informed that tile Attorney-General has given it as his opinion that storekeepers who have had their stores regis tered under tile Distillation Act, can sell spirits in quantities not less than two gallons. It may be his opinion, but not ours. The learned gentleman was the framer of the Act, and crawls out of a bungle the easiest way possible-namely, by giving an opinion not founded on anything which a...

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 — 10 November 1849

Subscribers' Names and Advertisements will be received at the Printing Office, Auburn-street, Goulburn, and by the fol, lowing Agents : SYDNEY ........ Mr. T. EDWARDS, Bookseller (late Magee) Pitt street near Hunter-street QUEANBEYAN .... Mr. S. NUTTER BUNGONIA ...... Mr. TratlMBLu BERRIMA........ Mr. JOSEPH LEVY. YASS ........... Mr R. MALLYoh. GUNDAGAI...... BRAIDWOOD ..... Mr. WILLIAMS, Storekeeper LAKE GEORGE,... Mr. SAM. CROWTHER MARIULAN, ...... Mr. FULLJAMES BUNGENDORE... Mr. O. BYitNE BINDA ........... Mr. Monaixs, Inn-keeper JUJYONG FLAT Mr. SHEAHAIN, Innkeeper. Murrumbidgea BURROWA........ Mr. J. WALTON. REID S FLATS. Mr. HiENRnY SoLoMoN MANsEtnO.. 3 JIANEROO........ Mr. HIBnUnD. ALBUIIY........... Mr. D. MACKAY. WAGGA WAGGA... Mr. J. ROBERTS, Innkeeper WOLLONGONG.... Mr. MUSORAVE TUMUT RIVER.... Mr. JAMEs ADAMS. O" No receipt is genuine except on yellow pa per and signed by the proprietor, WILLIAM JONES. The quarters end on 24th March, 25th Jnne 23rd September and 23rd De...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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THE SECRET POISONER. [CONTINUED FROM OUR LAST.] [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 10 November 1849

THE SECRET POISONER. (From the French.) LOONTINUED ROMI OUR LAST.] '* My dear Diana," said the countess to her niece the same day, "I am overwhelmed ,with remorse at the idea of keeping you in this stupid retired place, when you would ass the spring so much more agreeably in Paris or in London." S" Oh yes, dear aunt, why should we not all go and spend the summer with my sister Sin-law, Lady Rosa Neville, as we intended." "Well, I will take you there as soon as I am able to travel, my love. In the autumn you can join us here again, and then --" "And then, dear aunt," interrupted Miss Neville, with a certain emotion. "Then," replied the countess, kissing her niece's forehead, "then your cousin will pro ...bably have become a married man, and we shall all go to pass the winter in Italy to gether." Miss Neville turned very pale, and for a moment she raised her eyes upon her aunt with an expression of astonishment and re proach, not unmingled with anger and re sentment. Wounded pride, ho...

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 — 10 November 1849

.. ry ere you Despair!! YOU MAY BE CURED YET !! PILLS AND OINTMENT. -0 WONDERFUL CURE EFFECTED BY HIIOLLO WAY'S PILLS AND OINTMENT. Copy of a letter from Captain E. F. Ferris, Com manding Rampre Forces, Ruhilcund, dated January 15, 1849. S1 1R,-As I deem so wonderful a medicine as Professur IOLLOWAY'S is, ought to be well known, I take the liberty of reporting a miraculous cnre here under my own eyes. An old woman aged 60 years, had for the last two years been qnite bed riddlen, having ENTIRELY lust the use of her legs from the hip joints; the limbs had become quite hard, like horn (what the natives call " Soonte.") All feeling quite gone, so much so, that you might cut her, and shite was unconscious of pain. Wheu 1 prescribed Rollowtty's T'l'reatment and Medicine, her limbs hwere to atll appearance quite DEAD, aid withl out the slightest feeling. After twelve days perse. verance with the Ointment shite cotnplined of great :paimin the limbs, " like the prieking of pins." I still con...

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MELBOURNE MARKETS.—OCTOBER 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 10 November 1849

MELBOURNE MAIIKErTS.-OCTO.aa 27. WHEAT, & -A fair demand has been, experienced during the week, eonsequent on the continued nu merous arrivals from the bush, and the roads being now in excellent condition for travelling. Wheat may be quoted at 3s 3d. to 3s. Od.; Barley, 2s. 10 I. to 3s. per bushel ; Fine Flour, £10; Seconds, £8 10s. per ton WoOL continues to arrive in quantity, but of its condition we have, as yet, no information on which we can hazard an opinion. In the early part of the week, Fat Cattle of good quality, sold at from Os. 0,1. to 11s. per 100 lbs; but towards the end of the week the supply wats heavier, and prices fell to about 8s. Od. per 100 lbs. The supply in the market, on the whole, was rather more than the demand, and the quality very superior. inferior quality sold at about Os Oild. per 100 lbs. First quality Fat Wethers sold this week at about 1]c.. per lb. (in fleece). shorn ditto at Id. lb. Store sheep are worth about 6s. per head, but purchasers a...

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SYDNEY MARKETS.—NOVEMBER 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 10 November 1849

SYDNEY MARKETS.-NOVEMBER 2. [From the Sydney Morning Herald.] An average amount of business hlns been done wholesale, as well as setail. Several lots of British goods have changed hands, and a good deal of spirit. evinced by buyers.-Metals and Fruits have come forward in rather large qoulntilie.s, but sales have been readily effected, at fair rates.-Spirits are without nmuch improvement to notice.--Tobacco, of first brands, is still held in light qnantities, and extreme prices quolted.-Cigars are offered by the trade at 47s. to 32s. 6d..-The stock of Cof'ee,*in first hands, is under twenty tons, and thie trade bare.-The demand for Cordage is brisk for Ma. nila and Europe; of the latter, the supply is ex ceedingly limited.-With Sodla Crystals and Alkali the market is fully supplied.-Starch: This market has experienced a decline, in consequence of coin petition from colonial manufacturers.-Sugar : Ow ing to speculative operations in Painpanga, arising from our very reduced stock, pric...

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THE OLIVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 10 November 1849

THE OLIVE. [TIlE following letter appeared in a recent number of the Melbourne Argus. It will be read with interest by those who desire to see the fruit of Southern Europe culti vated and brought to perfection in this country.] MosT authors recommend the manuring of Olive trees in our autumn-a celebrated French cultivator, however, is of opinion that this should only be done when frosts do not prevail during the winter months where the reverse is the case, he recom mends covering the trunks of the trees with earth in order to prevent the frost from penetrating the stock. Pruning has been introduced in France, within the last cen tury, and is approved of, but should be donie sparingly, removing dead wood, languishing branches, and where they may be so thick as to prevent a free circulation of air. In France, the operation is confined to the the months of February and March We now proceed to notice the Olive harvest, and here at once we are startled by the general assertion, that we a...

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Commercial Intelligence. GOULBURN MARKET—FRIDAY, NOV. 9, 1849. FLOUR AT THE MILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 10 November 1849

Commercial Intelligence. GOULBURN MARKET-FRIDAY, Nov. 9, 1849. FLOUR AT THE MILL. Iirst quality .................per ton £ 10 Seconds ...................... ,, 9 RIation ... .....................- ,, 8 GRINDING.-NOV. 1. Grinding....................per bushel 6d. Grinding, smutting, and dressing ,, 8d.

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THE CAPTURE OF ROME. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 10 November 1849

THE CAPTURE OF ROME. THE following letter, written by an officer at the head-quarters of General Oudinot to a friend in Paris, will be found interesting: "Bivouac before Rome, June 24. We have at length made the assault and for the last 48 hours we have -been in position on the bastions 6-7, and the curtain which unites them. The three little columns that mounted the breach manifested the greatest resolu tion. They had about 100 men put hors de combat, about one forth of whom were killed. It was very fortunate for us that the Romans had not constructed entrench ments behind there bastions, as in that case the coup de main would have cost us dearer. They contented themselves with opening from the height of the Aurelian wall, the batteries Destacio and Aventino, and from some entrenched positions to the rear of the bastions we had taken a terrible fire of artillery and musketry. A battery of two twenty-four pounders, and two of sixteen, was established on the curtain to reply to them,...

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THE LATE PRESENTATION AT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 10 November 1849

THE LATE PRESENTATION AT COURT.-- The conduct of Her Majesty in this disagreeable affair entitles her to the grateful respect of the nation, and the notification in the ' Gzette,' involving, as it did, an indirect ceusure on the Lord Chamberlain and his subordinates, is calculated to prevent the recurrence of any fresh attempts to infringe those admirable rules which her lMajesty has laid down for the purpose of maintaining the purity of the Court, In the reign of George IV, and perhaps also, in that of his successor, successful attempts had been made in the cases of ladies of high rank to obtain the usual presentations which would not have been permitted by Queen Charlotte in the reign of good old George Ill. But, although these ladies may still appear at the Court of Queen Victoria, her Majesty's rules have forbidden the re. petition of new presentations of the same kind. In the late case the lady, presented by her sister-it.law, was the wile of a gallant officer, Colonel of one o...

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Sydney News. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 10 November 1849

Sydney News. EDUCATION.-Mr. G. K. Holden has been appointed to the seat in the General Edu cation Board, vacant by the resignation of Di. W. S. Macleay.-S. M Ilerulaid. LAND SALE.-MORETON BAY.-The Go vernment have at length put up to public .competition a number of small farms in the vicinity of this township which will enable a. number of 'industrious men to possess a small freehold that may iperhaps-in? 'a few years become a competency for them, parti cularly if the cotton plant is found to answer in this climate, and of which I believe there cannot be much cause to doubt. The whole ef the land to be sold on the 28th November is well situated and possesses many excellent advantages for the proper cultivation of it good water and easy access to the town. Many of the allotments have been placed as country lots, which will admit of their being taken at the upset price at any future time, should they not be sold on the 28th, without their being again submitted to the hammer. It is a g...

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CALIFORNIA AND ROCKEY MOUNTAIN LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 10 November 1849

CALIFORNIA AND ROCKEY MOUNTAIN LIFE. [From Parkham's Sketches.] " CiosEn and closer the rocks gathered round us, growing taller and steeper, and pressing more and more upon our path. We entered at length a de file which I have never seen rivalled. The moun tain was cracked from top to bottom, and we were creeping along the bottom of the fissure, in damp. ness and gloom, wilth the clink of hoofs on the loose shingly rocks, and the hoarse murmuring of a petu lant brook which kept us company. Sometimes the water, foaming among the stones, overspread the whole narrow passage; sometimes, withdrawing to one side, it gave uits room to pass dryshod. Looking tp, we could see a narrow ribbon of bright blue sky between the dark edges of the opposing cliffs. This did not last long. The passage soon widened, and sunbeams found their way down, flS shing upon the black waters. The defile would spread out to many rods in width; bushes, trees, and flowers would spring by the side of the brook; the c...

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Colonial News. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 10 November 1849

Colonial News. CARCOAR. - MIOUNTED POLICE. - The Mounted Police Force stationed at Carcoar ,have been removed from the district and or dered to Sydney. The stores belonging to the corps were put tip to public auction on Tues day last, and sold. From what we can learn, their removal has created a feeling of regret, among the inhabitants of the place, who are satisfied that their services can be ill dis pensed with. Although favourable to eco:n omy in the expenditure of the public funds, we are of opinion that the indiscriminate cutting and slashing of our Colonial Legisla tive Political Economists will, in some cases be productive of much harm to the country. At all events, they appear to be most grossly ignorant of the requirements of the district of Carcoar.---Bathurst Free Pi ess. TiEi MooN.-There will be two full moons during the present month, one this morning, and the other on the 30th instant. The Brethren of the Mystic Tie have been put to some little inconvenience by the cir...

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BUNGONIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 10 November 1849

BETNGONXA. A Coust of Petty Sessions for the recovery of small debts was held here on the 1st instant. There were few cases for adjudication, and those presented scarcely a feature of public interest. SCEALES V. WOODD.-This was an action to re cover the balance of an order, drawn on the Rev. G. N. Woodds, by his servant, Alexander Harris, in favour of plaintiff. It appeared that some money had been paid by defendant last February, on ac count of the order, he at the same time promising to settle the remainder during the following six weeks. I)eendant had failed to keep his engage ment, hence the action. These facts were clearly proved; and it was proved further, that defendant was in the habit of paying the orders of his servants ever since 1846 ; but the reverend defendant having sent a letter up denying the debt, the case was dis missed by the Bench. This may be taken as a fair sample of Bungonia justice. TAYLOR V. KENYOS.-In this case defendant did not appear, as the copy of the ...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 10 November 1849

TO CORRESPONDENTS. R. S.-We have not received the MSS. Frank.-The subject is too stale. THE GOULBURN HERALD. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1849.

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BERRIMA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 10 November 1849

BERRZIVIA. We have been favored by a copious supply of rain which has caused vegetation to advance apace. and rendered the face of nature pleasing to look upon. But our roads which, prior to the wet. weather setting in, had received a partial repair, have become almost impassable. This however we are informed is the case along the whole line from Camden-consequently we must not complain more than our neighbours. Although we are disposed to think that had the government adopted a place of annually making a thorough good bit-of-road, say two miles in each district, every year-we might have looked forward in the hope of seeing the whole of the Great South Road in complete repair at no distant period. Out' mounted police have been recalled, in conse. quence of the reduction about to be made in the corps. A very great injury will be inflicted on a number of most deserving men by this proceeding -and which must surely have escaped the notice of the Legislature, or more probably, they neve...

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