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HORRORS OF TRANSPORTATION IN BERMUDA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 22 December 1849

HORRORS OF TRANSPORTATION IN BERMUDA. [From the Diary of a Convict Clerk.] NOVEMBER 1 st.-Bright, cloudless morning not a ripple on the surface on the ocean, ther mometer 66. Rose at half-past 5, washed and shaved; walked on the beach till seven, then went to duty in the office, marked off the sick men in the muster-roll of the working gangs. At half-past seven mustered out the men to work. At eight went below to break fast,-chocolate, toast and butter, eggs, and broiled beef. After breakfast, a smoke of to bacco. At nine prepared my report for the royal engineers, under whose orders our working gangs were placed, and then walked up with it to the engineer office-a neat little cottage ornke overlooking the valley, in which stands the town of St. George's with its white houses and green orange groves. After my walk, returned on board, and pro ceeded to fill up the occurrence-book, or journal of the transactions on board, a copy of which has been sent home quarterly to the Home Office...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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PARIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 22 December 1849

PARIS. (From Jerrold's Weekly News, August 12.) PRESIDENT BONAPArTE has graciously con descended to inform the public, in after dinner speeches and articles in the official journals, that he has really no intention of making a coup d'etat; " Oh, no ! He will not mentioned it, Its name shall not be heard!" even in his most secret councils. Tant mieux ! The resolve is a wise one. It will save this devoted city from another sangui nary convulsion, and Bonaparte himself from being cooped up in Ham or Vincennes for the remainder of his mortal career. But still people are not altogether reassured as to the man's respect for the Republic, which he has solemnly sworn to defend. They know that he labours under the delusion that he is destined to be an Emperor-a delusion so strong that nothing on earth can shake it; they remember, with shame and humi liation, the atrocious outrage committed on the Republic by the destruction of the sister Republic at Rome; and they see he is sur rounded by ad...

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Select Poetry. THE MOSQUITO'S SONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 22 December 1849

-0 THE MOSQUITO'S SONG. IN the dreamy hour of night I'll hie, When the hum is hushed of the weary fly, When the lamps are lit, and the curtains drawn, And sport on my wings till the morning.dawn, In the festive hall where all is joy, In the chamber hushed where tile sleepers lie; In the garden bower where the primrose smiles, And the chirping cricket the hour beguiles: In these I'll sport through the summer night, And mortals to vex, I'll bite, I'll bite. There's one I view with an evil eye; A flame of pride in his breast I spy; He breathes in a lute with a master's skill, And listening souls the rich strains fill With the rapturous thrill of melody; But he carries his head so haughtily, I'll play him a trick-in his happiest swell, When the lingering thrill, with a magic spell, Holds all entranced, I'll wing my flight, And pop on his nose, and I'll bite, I'll bite. There's a poet, I know-in the still midnight He plies the pen by the taper's light, And wearied of earth, in a world al...

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Police Intelligence. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1849. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 22 December 1849

-0---- TUESDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1849. BEFORE W. H. HOVELL, Esq., J.P.; and J. EDGE, Esq., J.P. AssAULT.-Owen Boyle appeared this morning, to answer a complaint of assault, preferred against him by John Owen. The reader will recollect that the case was ini tiated on Friday last, and the hearing postponed at the request of the defendant, for the purpose of producing a witness. The complainant, who is waiter at Mandelson's Hotel, on being sworn, stated that on the Wednes day previous, about 11 o'clock at night, he was at tracted by the barking of a dog in the rear of the house, and on going out saw somebody going into one of the rooms at the back of the building. He did not know at the time who it was, but called out that no stranger had a right there. Upon going to. wards the room door, complainant found that it was Owen Boyle, the defendant, who keeps a shop in the adjoining street. He told him to go out of the room, as it was not a proper time for him to be there ; and upon going up to...

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Original Correspondence. To the Editor of the "Goulburn Herald." [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 22 December 1849

-o To the Editor of the " Goulburn Herald.' Mn. EoDTon--The proceedings of the Directors of the Railway Company have induced the Share holders in this neighbourhood to declare their opinion. It appears the declaration of that opinion, though mildly expressed, has not been met by the Directors in a similar spirit. On the contrary it has been looked upon by the Directors as uncalled for, and as altogether irregular, because they deem it presumptuous that any fault should be found with the extraordinary appointment which they have been pleased, in the first flush of their delegated power, to make. The Directors in their discretion, while funds were only in prospective, have thought proper to nominate a President and Manager in the person of Mr. Charles Cowper, with a salary of £600 per annum. As to the qualifications of Mr. Cowper for the office there is no question-but as to the prudence of the appointment, in the infant state of the undertaking, when the funds are so scanty, it is re...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 22 December 1849

[ADvERTISEM ENT.1- A GENTLEMAN REGAINED THE UsE OF HIs LIMBS BY THE EFFECT OF FIOLLO WAY'S OINTMENT AND PILLS.-Mr. John CoOk, a highly respectable gentleman, residing at Madron, near Penzance, had been confined to his house for a considerable period from a fearful attack of pa ralysis. He had recourse to the best medical aid, but to no purpose, indeed, in such cases the usual treatment never does any good, he then resolved upon trying Holloway's Ointment and Pills, and to the surprise of all who knew his deplorable state, tllese wonderful medicines alone restored him to perfect health and the complete use of his limbs. For Young Ladies, GOULBURN. - -o--- BEGS to inform the Inhabitants of Goulburn and the neighbourhood, that it is her intention, with the assistance of an accomplished Governess, to open, early in JANUARIY, 1850, A Boarding and Day School FOR YOUNG LADIES. -0 TERMS: PER ANN. For Boarders .. .. .. .... ..£35 0 0 For Day Scholars .......... 0 10 0 -0o Competent Masters w...

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MR. CHARLES COWPER. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 22 December 1849

MR. CHARLES COWPER. WE can scarcely conceive a more humilia ting position for a respectable man to be placed in, than that of being fairly ousted from his situation by what some choose to call "clamour," but which is properly speaking, a declaraton of public opinion. And that position becomes more humiliating, when the gentlest, the most delicate means have been in vain tried to induce a retire .ment while the person yet preserves the openly expressed good opinion of the com munity. If we can look into the womb of time aright, we think we can see Mr. Charles Cowper placed in this position. Like the Irishman in the story, he appears to be in vulnerable to every hint that his pre sence is not required, until the arqumentum ad hominem, is applied with a vengeance. We regret to think that this should be the case; and deplore that one who has some slight claims on the good feelings of the public, should so pertinaciously persevere in supporting his pretensions as to put at defi ance all ...

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POSTAGE ON NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 22 December 1849

POSTAGE ON NEWSPAPERS. On and after the 1st of January next, News papers forwarded through the Post Office, will be liable to a penny tax. In order to counteract as much as possible the effects of this most iniquitous impost,- which in reality places a check on the diffusion of knowledge-we intend to bear the Whole Expense of conveying the GOULBURN HERALD to our country sub scribers. This great addition to our pre sent expenses will materially lessen our profits; but we trust that the inhabitants of the Southern Districts will exert them selves to increase our circulation. Our arrangements for the New Year will be as follows :-Country Subscribers, whose papers are sent through the Post Office, will continue to receive them the same way, free of postage. Subscribers in the neighbourhood, whose papers are at present left at the Post Office until called for, will receive their copies on application at our Publishing Office, thereby saving the penny tax. In order to accommodate parties ...

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THE LATE MAIL ROBBERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 22 December 1849

THE LATE ,MAIL RonBERY. - Up to the present time no trace has been found of the mail bags which were stolen from the Braidwood and Queanbeyan mail. Three cheques which formed part of the bushranger's booty have been stopped at Bathurst,. and are now in the hands of Mr. Davis, Chief Con stable of that town. Their description are as fol lows :-Robert Dawson, on the Bank of New South Wales, in favor of Rev. E. G. Pryce, for £1 10s. Macquoid, on the Commercial Bank, in favor of J. Lowther, for £2. Robert M1acdugall, on the same Bank, in favor o lohn Gaynor, for £2. Although tihe parties who passed the same have not as yet been apprehended, Mr. Davis is using every exertion We do not hold ourselves responsible for the seutiments or opinions of Correspondents.

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RAILWAY SHAREHOLDERS' MEETING AT GOULBURN. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 22 December 1849

RAILWAY SHAREHOLDERS' MEET ING AT GOULBURN. THE following letter has been received by Mr. Faithfull, as Chairman of the late Meeting of Shareholders in the Sydney Railway Company, resident in Goulburn. In another column the reader will find an outline report of the proceedings which this letter has called forth. Sydney Railway Office, 13th December, 1840. Srn,-The Directors of the Sydney Railway Company, have the honor to acknowledge the receipt of your letter, enclosing certain resolutions passed at a Meeting of Shareholders held at Goul burn on the 4th instant, and while they cannot abstain from expressing their regret that any portion of the constituency which they represent, should have thought it necessary to adopt a course so irregular as that which has been pursued by those who attended that meeting, they feel it due to them selves to decline to enter into any explanations ex cept at a General or Extraordinary Meeting of the Company, convened either under the 40th or 57th cla...

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Goulburn Quarter Sessions. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1849. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 22 December 1849

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1849 BEFORE S.RAYMOND, Esq.,Chairman, and a Bench     of Magistrates. Rowland Hassell Oakes, Esq., of Oak Park, Crookwell, was sworn in a Magistrate of the Terri- tory. HORSE-STEALING. William Messingham, late of Goulburn, labourer, was arraigned on an information which charged him with stealing, on the 1st July last, at Goulburn, one horse, of the value of £5, the property of Michael Lynch, of Binalong. There was another count in the information, charging the prisoner with feloniously receiving. The prisoner pleaded not guilty. He was de- fended by Mr. Hamilton Walsh. The Crown Prosecutor said, that the horse which the prisoner was charged with stealing was in the possession of the prosecutor, Lynch, in 1847. and on the 30th March in that year, it was missed out of the Police paddock at Binalong, in which it had been running. Nothing had been heard of the animal until the apprehension of the prisoner. Sometime in May or June last, M...

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Domestic Intelligence. CRICKET MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 22 December 1849

Domestic Intelligence. CRICKET MATCH. A SINGLE wicket match, for 10s. a bat, was played on Monday last, at the Southern Green, between three members of the Goulburn Club and three of the Pandora. It will be seen from the innings, which we give below, that the old club came off vie. torions. Our friends of the Pandora require more practise, which we believe they are taking, before they can successfully compete with their ancient antagonists. The play, however, was good on their side. Simons put out his thumb at the commence ment, and was as good as shelved fur the rest of the game. GOULBURN CLUB. --- FIRST INNINGS. Burton, b. by Simons .............. 4 Gillespie, c. by Simons ............ b Richards, b. by Simons ............ 0 PANDORA CLUB. --- FIRST INNINGS. Simons, b. by Gillespie ............ Bourke, b. by Gillespie ............ O0 Tynan, c. by Gillespie ............ O SECOND INNINGS. Simons, b. by Gillespie ............ 1 Tynan, e. by. Burton .............. 0 Bourke, b. by Gille...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 5 January 1850

Subscribers' Names and Advertisements will be received at the Printing Of?ice, Auburn-street, Goulburn, and by the fol lowing Agents : SYDNEY ........ Mr.CooEs,Bookseller,George. stleet, opposite the Cathe dral. QUEANBEYAN .... Mr. S. NUTTES BUNGONIA ...... BERRIMA........ Mr. Jo?Pra LEVX. YASS ............ Mr R. MALLYo0, GUNDAGAI ...... Mr. J. SPENOEa. 13 RAID WOOD ..... Mr. WILLIAMS, Storekeeper LAKE GEORGE,... Mr. SAM. CRowTHaE MARULAN, ...... Mr. InIILLJAMES BUNGENDORE... Mr. O. BYram BINDA ........... Mr. ?11oRIs, Inn-keeper JUJYONG FLA''T Mr. SaEAHAN, Innkeeper. BURIROWA........ Mr.J. WALTON. REID'S FLATS. -Mr. HENRY SOLOMON MANEIIIO..) ;IANEIOO........ Mr. HIBUaRo. ALBURY........... Mr. D. MACKAY. WAGGA WAGG A... Mr. J. RoeutTs, Innkeeper WOLLONGONG.... Mr. MusoAvaE TUMIUT RIVER.... Mr. JAMES ADAMS. ei No receipt is genuine except'on yellow pa per and' signed by the proprietor, WIL-IAM JoNe. The quarters end on 24th March, 25th June 23rd'September and 23rd Dec., (1849,) at wh...

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BARNY O'REIRDON, THE NAVIGATOR. CHAP. I.—OUTWARD BOUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 5 January 1850

BAR-NY O'REIRDON, THE NAVI GATOR. CHA~ . I.-OuTwARD BOUND. A VERY striking characteristic of an Irish man' is his unwillingness to be outdone. Some have asserted that this arises from vanity, but I have ever been unwilling to attribute an unamiable motive to my coun trymen where a better may be found, and one equally tending to produce a similar re sult, and I consider a deep-seated spirit of emulation to originate this peculiarity. Phrenologists might resolve it by supposing the organ of the love of approbation to pre dominate in our Irish craniums, and it may be so; but as I am not in the least a meta physician, and very little of a phrenologist, I leave those who choose, to settle the point in question, quite content with the know ledge of the fact with which I started, viz., the unwillingness of an Irishman to be out den3. This spirit, it is likely, may some tim33 lead men into ridiculous positions; but it is equally probable, that the desire of surpassing one another has given ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 5 January 1850

Try ere you Despair!! YOU MAY BE CURED YET!! M@LL©@WAY' PILLS AND OINTMENT. -0--- WONDERFUL CURE EFFECTED BY IIOLLO WAY'S PILLS AND OINTMENT. Copy of a letter from Captain E. F. Ferris, Com manding Rampore Forces, Rohilcund, dated January 15, 1849. 1 IR,-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 50 years, had for the last two years been quite bed ridden, having ENTIRELY Thlost the use of her legs from the hip joints; the limbs had become quite hard, like horn (what the natives call " Soone.") All feeling quite gone, so much so, that you might cut her, and she was unconscious of pain. When I prescribed Holloway's Treatment and Medicine, her limbs were to all appearance quite DEAD, and with out the slightest feeling. After twelve days perse. verance with the Ointment she complained of great painin the limbs, " like the pricking of pins." I still conti...

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MELBOURNE MARKETS.—DECEMBER 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 5 January 1850

MELBOURNE MARKET'S.-DE?c EnBER 29. Business has been dull during the week. The demand for home-grown flour has been, fully equal to the supply. LIVE STOCt.-There was an improvement in the prices of prime quality fat cattle, this week, which sold to the trade and for shipping, at from 7s. to 8s. per 100 lbs.; but the supply on the whole has been very heavy, and sales for inferior quality may be quoted as low as 4s. per 100 lbs. The supply of fat wethers has also been very large; first quality sheep (shorn) sell at a shade over one penny per lb.; store sheep (shorn) are worth from 3s. to 3s. 6d. per head. Mixed cattle are very unsaleable; lean steers sold this week at from 15s. to 18s. per head. Working bullocks are not much enquired for; good teams sell at about :8 per pair. Useful hacks sold this week at from six to nine guineas; rough hacks, fronm four to six; one good draught mare soltl a eighteen guineas; and rough unbroken stock, ave raged £3 per head.

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SHIPWRECK. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 5 January 1850

SHIPWRECK. [From the Southern Cross.] THE following letter from Captain Clark, of the barque Elizabeth and Henry, which vessel was lost on her passage from this port to China, has been handed to us for publi cation. The valuable information it con tains relative to hitherto unknown reefs, will no doubt be serviceable to commanders of vessels trading in these seas. The letter is addressed to a gentleman in this place, and dated May 20, 1849: "On the 18th (January), spoke the Pro teus, whaler, of Sydney, Captain Elliot, who had had very fair success; he intended to whale about New Guinea, and stood away in that direction. From the 18th to 28th, had much squally unsettled weather; saw an extensive reef in lat. 7'59 N., long. 153"52 E., not laid down in any of my charts; fortunately we made it just before dark, otherwise not a soul would have been saved, as the sea was breaking very high on most parts of it. "On the 31st, saw the islands of Tinian and Saypar, passed them, and stood for ...

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SYDNEY MARKETS.—DECEMBER 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 5 January 1850

SYDNEY MARKETS.-DECES?BER 20. [From the Sydney Morning Herald.] For several days past, few sales to any extent have been effected. Retail, the demand for goods con tinues brisk, and stocks in the hands of the trade being fast reduced, we may therefore look for a good business at the commencement of the ensuing year. Quotations are without alteration. One hundred hogsheads rum at about former prices, and a large portion of the cargo of the Albion, consisting of very superior Java sugars, which were taken at full rates, are the only sales to report. PRnODUCE SALEs,-The indisposition on the part of wool buyers to purchase low to ordinary qualities at former quotations, continues, and a reduction of fully Id. per lb. may be quoted on the parcels of these descriptions which have been disposed of. On the other hand, sellers are firm, in the impression that prices will be fully maintained in England ; and indeed, that the accounts from the manufactu ring districts warrant an expectation of...

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MURDER OF THE PRINCESS DE LAMBELLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 5 January 1850

MURDER OF THE PRINCESS DE LAMBELLE. [From De Lamartine's French Revolution.] ONE of the most dreadful deeds which cha racterised the first Revolution in France was the murder of the Princess de Lamballe. This youthful widow of the son of the Due de Penthievre, was a princess of Savoy-Ca rignan. Her personal and mental charms had procured her the passionate attachment of Queen Marie Antoinette; and the chaste affection of the Princess de Lamballe had only replied to the odious suspicions of the people by an heroic devotion to the misfor tunes of her friend; and the lower the queen fell, the more the princess attached herself to her fall. Pation had allowed her to follow her royal friend to the Temple; but the Commune, more pitiless, had torn her from the arms of the queen, and sent her to La Force. The father-in-law of Madame de Lamballe, the Due de PenthiBvre, loved her as though she had been really his daughter. The Due de Penthievre lived in the great est retirement at the Chateau...

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Commercial Intelligence. GOULBURN MARKET—FRIDAY, JAN. 4, 1850. FLOUR AT THE MILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 5 January 1850

Commercial Intelligence. GOULBURN MARIIKET--FIDAY, JAN. 4, 1850. FLOUR AT THE MILL. First quality .................. per ton £ 10 Seconds ...................... ,, 9 Ration... ............ ......... 8 The market for grain has been very languid this week, and there are no buyers to any amount. Two shillings a bushel is being given for middling to good, and a few prime samples have fetched 3d. more. A great deal of wheat has suffered this year from blight and smut; we may therefore look for a firm price for the new crop.

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