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SOMETHING LIKE A JOB. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 24 November 1849

SOMETHING LIKE A JOB. LAST week we published the names of the newly elected Directors of the Railway Corm pany without observation, for we felt that all the gentlemen in the list were just those who ought to have been elected, but we cannot avoid expressing our astonishment at the first act of those directors, namely, the ap pointing of M1r. Charles Cowper, President and Manager at a salary of £600 a-year. That there must be a Manager, and that a salary of £600 per annum is not over much for such an officer, no one can reasonably question, and that Mr. Charl? Cowper is of all men in the colony the best adapted for such an office, every one must admnit who regards for a moment his unremitting at tention to the business of the Company; but we confess we think it a most unwar rantable and unprecedented act for any body of directorsofa public company to vote into a lucrative office in that company one of their own body, and still continue him as one of the directors. It strikes us as an...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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SYDNEY RAILWAY DIRECTORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 24 November 1849

SYDNEY RAILWAY DIRECTORY. THE success and future management of any undertaking may be often inferred from its ini tiatory proceedings. A judicious and satis factory commencement will invariably be found to be the prelude to the best results. One false step, however, which would other wise have been excused except at the start ing point, fixes the eye ; and, although the aftercourse may be comparatively even, that step may never be overlooked-never for gotten. The Railway Directory has been, by tile voice of the Shareholders, at length estab lished; but whether with the unanimous and concurrent voices of the whole, is the question to be argued. Certain it is there are always dissentients, even to the acts of the supremely good: whether some have felt themselves justified in not voting at all, while others have in voting not been truly unanimous, it is for us now to consider; what are the reasons, and what has led to them ? What was the issue, and what the result ? Whatever credit was...

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 — 24 November 1849

,. THE SECRET POISONER. (From the French.) [ooN"rlU':ED FROM OUR LAST.] ?T?THANIK God thank that it is so, Lucy,' said s?he. 'He loves you still, then. I trust he : will always love you. O, Heaven! grant it may be so !' " At these words I understood her sorrow. 'But he loves you, too, my beloved aunt !' cried I. "'Then why is he not here?' returned she, bitterly; and laying her head upon my shoulder, she once more burst into tears. "At this instant my uncle entered the room. 'Well, Julia, you are better, are you not; ?' said he, coldly kissing her fore head; and then perceiving that she wept, 'May I ask the meaning of these tears?' continued he, in a dry, irritated tone of voice. ' Really I do not comprehend you. Does my return cause you so much afflic tion? At least you might do your best to conceal such feelings.' " My aunt made no answer, but casting a supplicating glance upon her husband pressed her hand upon her chest, and then suddenly raising herself for a moment as though in...

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LATEST EUROPEAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 24 November 1849

LATEST EUROPEAN NEWS. Bx the arrival of the 'Constance' from England a Adelaide, after the remarkably short passage o seventy-eight days, we have news to the 17th o August. Her Majesty, accompanied by Prince Albert and her youtlhful family, had been on a visit to Ireland, where she was most enthusiastically received. The demonstrations were represented to have been most boisterous. The Queen attended by the Court, arrived at the Cove of Cork, now called, by Her Mejesty'sacommrand, Qneenstown, in honor of the Royal visit, after a pleasant sail, and passing up the river, lauded at the Custom House Quay, Cork, where she was received by the Mayor and Corpora tiot, the Town Clerk presentitg iher with the keys and the Chief MIagistrate of the City with a dutiful addtress expressing -the satisfaction thIe citizens of Cork felt at her Ml ajesty's arrival in hier Irish ldo. minions. The Queen next visited Dublin and the manner of her reception is desctibed as exceelding every demonstratioun....

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A THRILLING NARRATIVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 24 November 1849

AT i'inir.L'1n NA?R?ATIVE .-A correspondent of S'nhestet Arieliran," gives the following narra tive of the lat terribltlecanastroplhe at Niegataff FMslsj -i?'he patienlars ofi the recent t?!agic occulirei.rce at Niugara Falls Hate but prlittillv familliar to the. rneaid in!, pnbil. i Ft n-ihg just listened to a vivid dlescrip. tioi of the.wiihole scene:ftiom a filnd lwho clhaiced to b"eone of!ithe?five ? ,ities.ses:andiaquitied vwith ihe:paitie.s, L traisscibe "? .'` r v'i u lr uti?ui.: My friend met Mr. Charles: Addingtlon! npon theNutih ' River about one yeir ??o. lHis sbociable disposition adI genltlemantily, manner iditLdeeid so Inuclb linore regardtliatl is' commrnot towards a mierie travelling acqtiun -tance;, ththe :partcd with him, tweiit)y-four louts affietariads with .peculiar regret. A sliort time sinee my fiieud, never liavinrg risited the Falls, we urgi'etl ble tie iatural: motives of curipsity and and desire of relaxationio to take a short: jouoney thi theiwletd, anid:...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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THE NEW VAGRANT ACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 24 November 1849

THE NEW VAGRANT ACT. THERE is a remarkable feature in the Acts passed during the late sittings of the Legis lative Council, under which Justices of the Peace have summary jurisdiction-so re markable indeed, that we should be guilty of much renissness were we not to notice it. In scarcely one of the measures to which we allude, is a minimum penalty provided; and in those Acts which amend the former state of the law, the maximum penalty has gene rally been increased. This feature cannot be looked upon as a chance, hap-hazard change, but must be regarded as a premedi tated one-one based upon a principle, fa lacious as it is, recognised and'solemnly adopted by the governing assembly of a large and important colony. Upon whatever data this principle has been established, or by whatever arguments it may be supported, we cannot accord it our meed of support. Although ready at all times to bestow praise rather than blame; although willing to overlook with a kindly eye and indulgent frame of...

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 — 24 November 1849

S'ubscribers' Names and Advertisements will be received at the Printing Ofice, Auburn-street, Goulburn, and by the fol, lowing Agents :- SYDNEY ........ Mr. T. EDWAnDS, Bookse1llr (late Mau,ee) Pitt street near lnunter-street QUEANBEYAN .... Mr. S. NUTTER BUNGONIA ........ Mr, TnIlmLK BERRIMA ....... Mr. JOSEPH LEV,rY YASS............ Mr R. MALLYu. G UNDAGA'• ...... Mr. 'J. SPeNCEn. BRAIDWOOD ..... Mr. WILLIAUS, Storekeeper LAKE GEORGE,... Mr. SAM. CaowTuaa MARULAN, ...... Mr. FIILLJAIIES BU*NGENDORE... Mr. O. BYRN? BINDA ........... Mr. Monals, Inn-keeper AUJYONG FLA'Tr "Mr. SHEAHAN, Inukeep?r. M nrrumubidjee ,, BUItROWA........ Mr. J. *WALTos . REID'S FLATS, Mr.HN.SY SOLoaOmo 'MAN EHOO,..j M.H~ OOO MANEROO....... Mr. RIonnBD. ALBULtY........... Mr. D. MACKAY. WAAGGA WAGGA... Mr. J. Ron,,Ts,:lnnkeqpgr WOLLONGONG.... Mr. MUsGlavEs 'TUM UT RIVER.... Mr. JAMER ADAMS. Edlted, printed; and published by WILLiAMM JONES,,(sole proprietor),at the Printing Oloee Auburnostreet,-Goulburn,New S...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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Sydney News. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 24 November 1849

Sydney News.   WILFUL MURDER.-On Saturday after- noon, the adjourned inquest on the body of David Foley was continued at the George-   street Police Office. Francis Poyner, and Lavinia Maria Collins, wife of John Collins, were in custody charged with the murder. His Worship the Mayor was on the Bench, to assist in the enquiry. The first witness called was Peter Thompson, constable, re- siding at the North Shore, who apprehended the prisoner, Francis Poyner, at Pitt Water, on the morning of the 10th November; the prisoner was at the door of a man named Collins, at five o'clock in the morning ; when told he was apprehended for the murder of Foley, he said he had nothing to do with it; two guns were found in the house, one of which the male prisoner said he had bought from Collins, and which had not been fired out of since it came into his possession ; the prisoner was agitated, and shaking when he was arrested. Sergeant Darley, of the Syd- ney Police, stated ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 1 December 1849

Subscribers' Names and Advertisements will be received at the Printing. O~ice, Auburn-street, Goulburn, and by the fol lowing Agents: SYDNEY ........ Mr.CooKE, Bookseller,George street, opposite the Cathe dral. QUEANBEYAN .... Mr. S. NUTTEa BUNGONIA ...... BERR1IMA....... Mr. JOSEPH LEVY. YASS ............ .Mr R. MALLYo, GUNDAGAT ...... Mr. J. SPENOER. BRAIDWOOD..... Mr.WILLIAMS, Storekeeper LAKE GEORGE,... MIr. SAM. COwrVTHE MARULAN, ...... Mr. FULLJAMrES BUNGENDORE... Mr. O. BYRN? BINDA........... Mr. MonnIs, Inn-keeper J UJYONG FLAT 1 Mr. SHEAHAN, Inukeeper. BURROWA........ Mr. J. WALTOr. REID'S FLATS, ~ o Mr.HEaNY SoLoNoN M?/ANEBOG.. j MANEROO........ Mr. HInnBBUnD. ALBURY........... Mr. D. MACKAY. WAGGA WAGGA... Mr. J. ROBERTS, Innkeeper WOLLONGONG.... Mr. MusonAvE TUMUT RIVER.... Mr. JAMES ADAMs. i" No receipt is genuine except on yellow pa per and signed by the proprietor, WILLIAM JONEB. The quarters end on 24th March,. 25th June 23rd September and 23rd December, at which per...

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THE SECRET POISONER. [CONTINUED FROM OUR LAST.] [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 1 December 1849

TH- SECRET POISONER. (From the French.) 1CONTINUED RlIOM OUR LAST.] - None of us again met throughout that day; Monsieur de Placy was occupied in his study, and Eleanor and I both retired to our own rooms, where I occupied myself in making J preparations for my departure. Sad and sorrowful I could not fail to be, but no Sharsher feelings obtruded themselves upon my mind; and more just than Eleanor, I heartily forgave my uncle for seeking his happiness elsewhere than in my love and .afiection. In the evening wereturned to the :.drawing-room, but my uncle still absented himself, and about ten o'clock, as Eleanor and I were on the point of retiring, his con Sfidential servant entered the room. "'My master appears to me to be far from well, mademoiselle,' said he, ' and yet Ihe proposes leaving this before morning for .Marseilles, the horses are to be here at four .o'clock. Perhaps mademoiselle might dis -suade him from starting so imnmedliately.' "'Doubtless the preparations for his ma...

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THE GOVERNMENT AND THE PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 1 December 1849

Ti E??E GOVERNMENT.:AND-.THE PEOPLEo. 'j [From Lloyds Weekly Newspaper, July 2if.] Tn~ tide of eligrl'ationi--desnltory, uudircte(d, al most unaidledl-flows on, fi'om year to year, anud carries from their liome and kindred thonsands of the mnlst deserving, because- thie mnost industrious aud entrerprising, of our population, With emigra tion-fields of .such vast extent and resources, with means of transport so abundantly provided, and with so intolerable i pressure upon our resources at home, as evinced in low wages andl profits, want of work and trade, increasing pauperism and destitution, itris.a foul blot upon thie character of Lord Johln Rllssell's Government that so little has been done, either for tile mother country or for the colonies, by systematised emnigration and colonial institutions adapted to the exigencies and spirit of the age. The time eas when Earl Grey and MIr. Hawes were the eloquent and energetic advocatesof colonisation and colonial self-governmentu; but tllhe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 1 December 1849

TlheGreatest Sale of any Medicine IN THE WORLD !!! IHOLLOWAY 'S PILLS AND OINTMENT CUIRE OF ASTHMA. Extract of a Letter from Mr. Benjamin M'ackie, a .respectable Quaker, date Creenagh, near Loud hall, Ireland, dated September 11th, 1848. To PROFESSOR HOLLOWAY, " ESPECTED FRIEND,-Thy excellent Pills . have effectu'ally cured me of an Asthma, which afflicted me for three years to such an extent, that I was obliged to walk my room at night for air, afraid of being suffociated if I went to bed my cough and plilegmn. Besides taking the Pills, I rubbed plenty of thy Ointment into my chest night and morning. (Signed) BENJAMIN MACKIE [The Wholesale Agent for New South Wales begs to:state that he is aware of several extraordittary curesofAsthnma having beet effectedits this Colony ;One is that of a lady residing neart' the Razorback. who after having for.twenty years been unable to •,*malte the slightest exertion, is now, to use her 'owtt-expression, able to run up to the top of the motntain...

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Sydney News. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 1 December 1849

Sydney N.ews. SUPRELME COURT, SYDNEY-INDER V. THE TRUSTEES OF TI-IE GOUJLBURN ROMAN: OCA THOLIC OClUrCrt. - Mr. Foster (withl whom was MrI Darval) stated the plaintiff's, case. The plaintiff is the well-known builder, and the defendants are the trustees of the Goul burn Roman Catholic Church. The decla ration contains the common counts for work and labour, &c., and the defendants have pleaded the general issue, as well as a plea of payment. The learned counsel said, he regretted, considering the position of the defendants, that the plaintiff is compelled to bring this case into a court of justice, where he must recover pn just grounds. The cause of action arises as follows:-In- the year 1845 a Catholic Churcht being irequired to be built :at Goulburn, certcint persons en tered into some kind of an agrieement to build it. ?,-That, agireement mwas not in the end acted upon. .The plaintiff, eventually, through his' agent, a Mr. Lord, did the're quiired work, to the value, at a ...

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MELBOURNE MARKETS.—NOVEMBER 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 1 December 1849

MELBOURNE MARKETS.-NoVEMBa ER2 s. The markets remain with very little altcrlation this week. Flour is 5s. per ton i6cweir. Poltatoes have an upward tetndency. In Hay :there is no chatge from last quotations. LIVE SToc.-Large sales of fidt cattle liave been made to the mielters this week, at from os. to 5s. 6J. per 100 lbs., the market being gluitted. OClttle of good quality sold to tihe Irade atabout 7s to 7s.' 6d. per 100 ibs. Fat Weihers hve inoc be'etive iy plen tiful this week; first quality, iiit.feee, are worth about 14l. per lb.; antd shorn ditto, about 1¼; per lb. Store Sheep are not much in'demaud. Work itg Buillocks (in fiir condition) soultd,ihisa week at frotm £6 to £7 per pair-bows dtl:yukes given inu. There is no alteratiot in the demaul or price of Mlixel Cattle. H-lorse Stock is very ldull of sale, and there is no appearance of as imuprovementt in prices likely to take place for some times. Sales went off with ratiter nmore spirit this wetek, but at about last week's...

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Colonial News. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 1 December 1849

S .. Colonial News. SINGULAR CIRCri~iSTANCE..-During the passage of:the John bmunn, Captain Pearson (now iin port), fromPlymouth to Addelaide; a yotung .lady, a passenger by the ship threw overboard a sealed bottle containing letters addressed to her friends in England, trusting to chance for their reaching their destination. Singularly enough the experiment proved successful and the letters came to hand in a remarkably short time. The Johu IMunu left Plymouth. on the 21st May; the bottle was thrown overboard about a month after wards in latitude 29"20 N., longitude 17 W.; and the letters arrived at Woolwich on the 28th July, the bottle having drifted to Palma, when it was picked up and its contents were forwardedby Mr. Bartlett, the British Consul at Santa Cruz, on the 30th June.-Mell bourne Argus. INDIA.-News from India to the end of September had been received at Hobart Town. All was quiet in the north. The resignation of Sir Willoughby 00ttoi COnm mander-in-Chief at Bombay, had'...

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SYDNEY MARKETS.—NOVEMBER 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 1 December 1849

SYDNEY MARKETS.-NOVEMBER 23. [Fruifthl!e Syd!ey' Morning l-erldd.] Our'rnarkets have suffered a contsiderable decline', in cousequeuice of heeavy importations to tile (rade direct, independent of the large consignmlents whichl have come in under ordinary circunmsiances, all- are tlherefoi'e: sellers; and few buyers ate io;be* foundl. Very many descriptions of imports have 'fiallen as much.aus twenty per cent. durinlg the lastweek.or two, and a further decline nmustbe lookedfor. .It is lavey rare tosee an itivoice of goods lai.ve tilore · atia ten per cent. to the importer (atltoughn sonme portion ntiy be wert 100 to 150. per: ce ti), yetugatinSmtliis tile trade pay seventeen to twenpty per celt., and all charges to the merchattt thlot g li lno they?iiiiij?rt ; the first or second invoices thus brought ?orward will prove bow much loss tihere: ia attrndting such operations, but in ile mautntimle the nileket beconmes glutted with goodtls, and tlhe meieltaltr a?n? :shp Iteeper suffer al...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 1 December 1849

'1'TO oOR4ESPONDENrS. -·sTrl- e.......... Veb tol ecl. 'i , p'hlhsli ~ 0. fn tha el r oommuni· tion?'.bout| the Bnneonin Beiwhl . ..... -7" ,..

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Commercial Intelligence. GOULBURN MARKET—FRIDAY, NOV. 30, 1849. FLOUR AT THE MILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 1 December 1849

Commercial Intelligence. GOULBURN MAlKET-FRIDAY, Nov. 80, 1849, FLOUR AT THE MILL, First quality ........,........per ton £ 10 Seconds...................,.. ,, -. 9 Ration ...... ................... ,, 8 Ova market has been very dull since the commence mIient of shearing, and will doubtless continue so until the conclusion of this important operation. Few good samples of Wheat have been brought into town, and there are no buyers, with the excep tion of the new mill, whichl is now in working order, and ready to receive the grain of our cotntry friends. We weut over it on Tuesday last, and were highly pleased with all thile arrangements. The manage. ment of thle whole establishment has beeni confided by thie proit rietor to .'Mr. Burgin, whio is well known as one of the best practical and theoretical millers in the colony. Whieat is nominal, at 2s. to 2s. Il. BARLEY is unsaleable. The stocks are heavy in tile Ihands of large consumers. MaIzE.-.None in the market. BurcCEnas' MEAT.-The ...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 1 December 1849

S YD1 i.-ML.a UouKKE, ]3okseller, George-stieet, haHs Ubeer Iploited Agent for itis Cily, Mr. T. Edwards 'hlviulg iresigned. W. JONES, I1'll me??Ollce, Gotlburn, Proprietor Dee. 1, 184!). THE GOULBURN HERALD. SATUnDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1849.

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Miscellaneous Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 1 December 1849

MIiscellaneous Ezxtracts. ?MInAcuLous EscaPe.-Advancing to the crest of the cliff, we stood lookillg down its precipitous sides to a point some twenty feet below, where grew a bunch of wild honeysuckles. Suddenly a startling noise, like the roar of Ihunlder, or like the boom of a thirty-two pounder, rolled through the wood, fairly shaking the sturdy trees, and literally making the ground quiver beneath our feet. Again it came, that appalling and indescribably awful sound ! and so close as to completely stun us. Roar upon roar, in quick succession, now announced the coming of the king of beasts. " Thie lion! thle lion !-Oh, God of mercy ! where is my gun ?" I started forward, but it was too late. Alighting, with a magnificent bound, into the open space in front of us, the monster stopped, as if somewhat taken aback by the novel appearance of his quarry, and crouching his huge carcass close to the ground, uttered a few snuffling sounds, not unlike the prelimninary crankings and growli...

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