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PICKWICK PAPERS. THE CONVICT'S RETURN. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 1 July 1848

PICKWICK PAPERS   THE CONVICT'S RETURN. " WHEN I first settled in this village," said the old gentleman, " which is now just five and- twenty years ago, the most notorious person among the parishioners was a man of the name of Edmonds, who leased a small farm near this this spot. He was a morose, savage hearted, bad man: idle and dissolute in his habits; cruel and ferocious in his disposition. Beyond the few lazy and reckless vagabonds with whom he sauntered away his time in the fields, or sotted in the ale house, he had not a single friend or acquaintance; no one cared to speak to the man whom many feared, and every one detested — and Edmunds was shunned by all. " This man had a wife and one son, who, when I first came here, was about twelve years old. Of the acuteness of that woman's suffer- ings, of the gentle and enduring manner in which she bore them, of the agony of solicitude with which she reared that boy, no one can form an adequate conception. Heaven forgive m...

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 — 8 July 1848

TERMS.--Eight Shillings and Sixpence per quarter-if paid in advance, Seven Shillings and Sixpence per quarter. ~P No teceipt is genuine except on yellow DA per and signed by the proprietor, WILLIAM JoNcs. ADVERTISEMENTS are charged 2s. Od. for the first inch of space, and Is. for each addi tional inch, each insertion; and all advertise ments that do not state on the face of them the number of times they are to be inserted, will be continued until cot0titerilainddi 'hnd charged to the parties concerned. No verbal communication can be attended to, and all letters must be post-paid, or they will b?t be taken in. The quarter's end on 31st March, 30th'Jdtie, 23rd September and 23rd Dedembdr, at whibh periods only can Sdbscribers'deealne by'giv Ing notice and paying the asothnt due'to the end of the cufredt qsurter. Edited, prioted, and publisbled by WILLIAM JONEB, (sole proprietor), at the Printing Office, Auburn .treet,Goulburn.

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 8 July 1848

IMPOUNDINGS. GouLnxuRN, June 23.-Black mare; about13j hands high, square tail, JL off shouider, rising 3 years old. If not released before°the 24th day from this notice, she will be sold'. J. 'Ma'a: den, Os. CooMA.-On the 14th June - red and iwhiie poley heifer, branded EC with 2 under on off shoulder, 2 years old. Brindle and white bul lock, branded on rump EG, apparently under neath, 2 years old. Red steer, curly coat, brand illegible on off rump, 18 mouths old. Red and white steer, no brand visible, 18 months old. ,Red cow, JR with JS small brand under on off rump, 4 years old. Red and white steer, 'MR apparently on off rump, 2 years old. White cow, red neck, KY with 6 under on off rump, 5 years old. Red steer, illegible brand on near ribs, 2 years old. Brindle poley bullock, illegible brand on off ribs, 3' years old. Black steer, spotted flank, illegible off rump, 2 years old. Red bull lock, branded A in circle on rump, 7 apparently on shoulder off side, 3 years old. Red bullock...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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MULTUM IN PARVO. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 8 July 1848

MULTUM IN NPARVO.., RnoM THE AUSTRALIAN :PAPERS. r ~ The Lieutenant-Governor of Souith"Austrbii'a has declined bringing a bill for' the indorpcra&-. tiou of Adelaide before the' Legislativd Cout6bil' without first receiving some unequivocal proof that such is the wish 6f a large majorityi of Ehle citizens of Adelaide.-Twenty-six of tihe ddnli;'its by the Anna Maria had received"ticketrof bfl'i in Van Diemen's Land, the remaindlerhia'd bti sent to Melbourne.-Henry Arthur, Esq. the ne phew of Sir George Arthur, died :suddenl:yjimn the 2th instant, at the residence of his brother, Charles Arthur, Esq. Longford,,VanDiemen's Land.-Mr. Eales, of Berry Pairk, Maitland, has received the account sales, per Canton, of tallow sent to England by him last year, and which realised £52 per ton.-Native cats are so abun dant in the neighbourhood of Geelong, that one person shot sixty in one night.-A land sale was held at Melbourne last week, at which £3884 was received; the land was principa...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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THE SUPERINTENDENT OF PORT PHILLIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 8 July 1848

THE SUPERINTENDENT OF PORT PHILLIP. TiA. following is the petition of the Melbourne Town Council, praying for the removal of Mr. La Trobe from the office of Superintendent of Port Phillip. It was carried by a ainjority of seven to four. To her most gracious Majesty Victoria, by the grace of God Queen of Great Britain and Ireland,defenderof the Faith, &c., &c The humble Petition of the Mayor, &c. Sheweth That your Majesty's petitioners approach the throne with the most fervent expression of their devoted loyalty and attachment, and the most profound veneration for the institutions of the British empire. That your Majesty's petitioners are the legally constituted representatives of the Metropolitan City of Melbourne, which contains upwards of one third of the entire population of the large and flourishing district of Port Phillip, and in the absence of a local Legislature, form the only popular organ of the expression of public opin ion existing in the Province...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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IMMIGRATION AND THE LAND FUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 8 July 1848

IMMIGRATION AND T1HE LAND FUND. FRor an extract in another part of this day's paper, it will be seen that the peo ple'of England are beginning to recog nise- the" soundness of the policy of relieving themselves from the burthen of their surplus population, by paying' .the cot of their. deportation to Austra lia but of the parishl rates. Bradford, a town:in Yorkshire; has set the example, which is sbein g followed in,. other towns in England, byir r?,ising £2(j000 for tlisl purpose; justly conceiving that, in doing§ so, they will. save' doubli that amount itns thiemioderate" rates th'ey will, in after: ,y?aisbe i caled on: to pay,, whlien they` :get rid of so -great a' tax upon their' in. dustry?, ,The reason .and equity of such an: arrangement are;. we think, apparent; and the mutual advantages which must. accrue froni'it to both countries, as well as to :the pe1O.le who emigrate to these shores, inus.t, we apprehend, be equally. obvious-n- For surely, if we provide per-. miaifnit h...

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English Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 8 July 1848

THE ROYAL FUGITIVES. - We had great pleasure in calling attention on Wednesday last to the expression used by Lord John Russell the evening before, in reference to recent events in France; when having already stated that he thought it hardly necessary to say that the British Government had no intention to inter fere with the internal government of France, he rose again and added:-" Of course I have never dreamt that England would refuse to per form any of those sacred duties of hospitality, which at all times have been extended to the vanquished, whether they have held extreme monarchical or liberal opinions"-whether he might have added,.the exile was Charles X., or Armand Carrell. We rejoice. to find that the sentiment thus expressed by the Prime Minister has found an echo in the vast majority of our countrymen; and sure are we that the graceful and. considerate courtesy, shown by the highest personages of the kingdom towards the Royal and illustrious exiles who have been driven to...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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Original Correspondence. To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald. "FORTI ET FIDELI NIHIL DIFFICILE." [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 8 July 1848

To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald. " FORTI ET FIDELI' NIHIL DIFFICILE.' Sin-On reading your articlie on the " Alarming State of EEurope," my attention was again drawn to the propriety and necessity of adopting some mode of defence of our adopted country. The subject is not new to me, nor the circumstances rendering such a. proceeding politic. But I must say, I take rather a different view of the: subject to that adopted. by tl:e writer of that ar ticle; for I have no idea of that general cata clysm he appears to fear. As to the disturbed state of Europle, history informs us of its having ibeen the scene again and again of political strife and contention---" of.wars and rumours of wars" -andi: as. to physical eruptions such as earth qualkes in Sicily-why, this is emphatically a volcanic district. In 1093, several thousand people were at once entombed, and it has very frequently been affected in this way. If these convulsions of nature are to be considered as a correlative proof of...

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GENERAL ELECTIONS. FROM THE GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 8 July 1848

GENERAL ELECTIONS. TROM THE GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. His Excellency the Governor directs it to be notified for general information, that writs have been issued for a general Election of Members to serve in the Legislative Council, addressed to the respective returning officers of the Elec toral Districts throughout the colony, and that the chief polling place, the day of nomination, the day of. polling, and the day on whlich the writ is returnable to the Governor, have been fixed for each- Electoral District,.as.shewn.in: the subjoining table,.via. - ELECTORAL DISTRICTS. NOMINATION & POLLIG PLACE. DATE OF WRIT. NOMINATION. POLLING... *LETUIRNN DAY. 1 Argyle: ..... . Golburn .... ..... 27 June 2.... July.... 31 July. 8 August; 2 Bathurst .... ... . .... Bathurst ...... .... 25July1 .... 29 July ... .... 8 Camden .... .. Brrim .... .... ,Jnly .31 July .... .... 4 Cook and Westmorland- : . Hrtley .... .... .. ... II 29July .. 3. Cumberland Parramtatta .. .... ....2dulyj .... .2 Augu...

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STEAM COMMUNICATION WITH ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 8 July 1848

STEAM COMMUNICATION WITHI{Eh6 LAND. COMMITTEE :-The lion. the Coldnial Secretary, Chairman. S. A. Donaldson, Esq., Thomas Icely, Esq., John Lamb,'Esq., W. C. Went worth, Esq., and Charles Cowper, Esq. The evidence taken by the select Committee' on the subject of .Steam Communication with: England, is of course only supplementary of that taken before the Select Committee, ap pointed to enquire into the subject in 1840, still the facts elicited on a subject of so much moment to the colony. generally, are such as ought to be submitted to the public.. - The first witness called is Captain Phillip Pirkei" King, R N., who states that he still en teritains the same opinion on ti subjeci which he expressed by letter to the Cominpittee in the year 1846, nnamely, " that the' leilst epensive, the most expeditious, and. most convenient and advantageous plan] would be, to'joit. the China line at Singapore, by the inner route through Torres Strait, calling at the projected settle wnent of North A...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 8 July 1848

GOULBURN HOSPITAL. T ?HE attention of the INHABITANTS and L OTHERS connected with the DISTRICT of GOULBURN is respectfully directed to the dilalpidated$ state of the GOULBURN HOSPI TAL. A new building is imperatively required, and the following is a list of Subscribers for that purpose: - s. d. Amount already advertised ....232 18 6 ADDITIOLAL SUBSCRIPTIONS. -xRossi,Ciaptaii?; ' .. 5 5 0 xRossi, F. R. L .. 2 2 0 Riley, W. .. .. 0 10 0 xeunwicke, L,. .. .. 1 1 0 xMorris,.:D. .. .. 0 5 0 xHawkius, J. .. .. 0 5 0 xBurke, J. .. .. 0 5 0 xMNamtara .. .. 0 5 0 xCOain, J.: .. .. .. 0 0 xLansdowne, Joseph .. O 2 6 xWaiuwright, W ;by-Exhibition 4 7 0 247 11 0 Subscribers who have paid are marked thus [x] ' Subscriptions are thankfully received by the Rev.'W. SoWE'nBY, the ITreasurer; Rlev. R. W eLsn; R.C.C. ; and Mr..P. DIGoNAI. CHAMPAGNE BRANDY. *N .SALE, by the .#ndersigned, superior Old '-J Pale Champagne Brandy, vintage 1815. H. FISHER, Chequers Inn, Goulburn. DANIEL RICHARDSON, PAINTER ...

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Sydney Markets. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 8 July 1848

Sydney 7V&arkets. :'WriAT.-T'he price of best colonial may be quoted at 4s. 9d. to 5s. per bushel; Launceston 5s..6d. In consequence of the millers being well stocked, very little has been doing in this article. FLOURn.-This:article iemains firm at the fol lowiug rates-Fiie, per 1001b. 13s. cash, 14s. credit;, secondse, per 1001b. U1s. cash, 10s. cre dit; ration, per 1001b.9gs. cash, 10s. ciedit. BREAD.- The price of the 21b. loaf is 3d. to Gn.ru. - New maize, is. 6d. to Is. 6d. per bushel; English barley, for malting, 4s.; Cape, .2s. 6d, to 3., ; Van Diemen's Land-oats, 4s. per bushel. POTATOEs.-- There lhas been an advance in colonial of 12s..per tpn-the price is now £5. to 5.'10s. for Circular.Ileads - Colonial £4, to £4. 5s. per ton. " IHon EDCATT?E.-- Those in good condition realised from £2. to 2. 15s. per head. Milch cows, :2.to £4. 10s. per head. Calves from 5s. to 20s. a head.- BPutcher's meat was good but not plentiful during the week. 0oasaEs.-Eighteen herd of unb...

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BERRIMA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 8 July 1848

EMironALNT . I)POT.-As great auxiety appears to. e;ist in. the minds of the community at large, to provide suitable places in the interior for the: reception of newly arrived immigrants,. from,. whence they may be engaged by the surrounding, settlers, &c., we deem it right to draw public. attention to the Berrima Gaol, which has been closed since.the beginning of the plenett year; There are several commodious lodges within the: gaol wall, independent of the main building, in". which a large .number of immigraints ..iight' conveniently dwell till such time as they obtained employment.- Wood. and -water. are both to be had within-a few minute's walk, in. fact every necessary convenience is to be found.within.and around the gaol. Under these circumstances we submit, a better place could not be selected to form an immigrant depot. It:is to be regretted so fine a- building as, this should-, be 'thus left untenanted, and allowed to become a ruin, which it unquestionably will, ifno...

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MARULAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 8 July 1848

ZMA WULAN. (FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.) THE establishment of a Court of Petty Sessions in this place, is a great advantage to the iulha bitants; formerly, any person having business to transact with a Bench, were compelled to tra vel either to Bungonia or Goulburn, a distance to the former place of eleven, and to the 'atter eighteen miles; which in some instances, must be attended with considerable expense and. in convenience. Considering the large extent of the district around Murulan, it is a matter of surprise, that a Court of the kind was not long since established. POLICE OFF:ce-Monday, July 1. The Ma gistrates present' were Messrs. LOOKYEr and . H-I. B.tRBnnEn, Esqis. ' D. Callagher and his wife, weie charged by P. Stucky, Esq., of Longreach, with absconding from their hired service. It appeared that the parties were missing from n'the premises; and Mr. Stdlkey; suspecting they had left, not again to return; obtained a warrant, irhich was placed' in thlle hands of the constable, ...

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Goulburn Market Prices. FLOUR AT THE MILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 8 July 1848

Goulburn zTIarkdlt Prices. FLOUR AT TIIE IILL. First quality ..............15s. per 1001b. Second ditto ... .. ......18s . ... Ration ............. ....12s . ... Wheat, best quality,....as.3d. per bushel. Inferior ditto . ....:. 4s.Od. .... Pollard ... . .......18.0. .. Bread, 4d. the 21b. loaf. BUTCnrER's MiEAT.--Sams as last week. POULTRY.--' owls, 15s 3d. per couple ; ducks, Is. Od. to 2s. ditto;' turkeys, 5s. ditto; geese, 6s. ditto.. VEGETABLEs.-Cabbages, 1~d. to 3d. a head ; turnips, .3d. a bunch,; carrots, ditto; onions, none. FnuiT.--Oranges, J s. a dozen; Lemons, is. ditto; apples, from is. to2s. dozen.

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BATHURST. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 8 July 1848

BATHURST. [From the Bathurst Advocate.] . PUBLIC MEETING AT CAROOAn.-On Monday, July the 3rd .in compliance with the wishes of a number of the most respectable inhabitants of Carconr,'the -police magistrate, S. North, Esq,. has .convened a public meeting, 'to, take intd consideration the. propriety of.'applying to. Go-. vernmeni'for assistanue to improve the roads' from Bathurst to'Garcoar. . DRSADFUL -ACCiDENT. - Oni Monday night. last, at a sheep station of Mr. Timothy Sullivau, a cart and three men arrived witllrations," and on theiir wav lroeured:s mie rum, and after the grog had :been seirved ronil,"a row ensued, in which a man n'imed'Carioll or Carelly was daii gerously wounided, and iext d!iy, he lost the power of speech. In the meani time:Mr.Sullitidn arrived at the statiou, anil' the menu returuned to King's Plains. Mr. Sullivan relported 'the cir ciumstance to MajorBowler, 'who iimediately proceeded to the-station, sent for the constablesy and on Thursday, afer takitig the...

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Police Incidents. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 8 July 1848

. Before CAPT. H"IovELL : - )DnUNKAaRDs.-AAnn Bariry mniade her second appearance;' charged: with' lbeing druink in the publie:streets;, oi Saturdaiy'night; and:: ii honsi-' deration dfleirbeing confined in the watch, house tintil 'the morniig, she 'was fined five-shillin'gs, and in. default of payImenti ordered 'to be exposed in the stocks for one h'olir.: JAMES l HAsKtN, cook, in the emploby of Capt. Rossi, pleaded guilty of being drunk on Suhdayy last, it being his secodld offence; :: But; in' con sequence of the general good character lied re ceived'from his superintendent, whose peirmission he had to come into town, and in consideration of his being confined "two. days' iin, tie lookiup,' he was "1t-off with-a fine of fiv?eshiillitigs'and' one-slilling costs, or0 to sit one hoti in the stoels. . NARnoGARET DoYLE.- faving pleaded guilty to a similar chaitge, it being her first offence, anud promising amendtinent, wis discharged ont piay ing one shilling. ' ' ' , , :. AN Auo'niou...

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Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 8 July 1848

MUSICAL ENTERTAINMENT.-We beg to call attention to an advertisement in another column, announcing a public ball and supper, inter spersed with music, both instrumental and vocal, to be given on Tuesday evening, at Mr, O'Brien's, the "HIarp" Inn, Auburn-street, for the benefit of Monsieur and Madame Gantrot. The musical and terpsichoeam talents of these " artestes" are sufficiently well-known and appre ciated in Goulburn to insure them an overflow ing house; and the acknowledged style in which tMINE HOST, of the " Harp," is in the habit of getting up, and conducting, such festive meet. ings will, we are sure, guarentee the pleasure of the whole entertainment on the present occasion.. BUNGENDOIE RA?Es.-The members of.the Pic Nic Club at Bungendore intend convening a meeting at an early day, for the purpose of en tering into arrangements for instituting aunnal: races at that place. BLANKET.s--The annual stock of Blankets.. for distribution among the aboriginal natives of. this district...

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Poetry. THE SQUATTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 8 July 1848

*ITHE SQUATTER; " :': i I was a Squatter bold and free, Though far from home exiled;   And I could bonst a num-rous host Of sheep and cattle wild, ,,, I quail'd not'neath the summer's heat', ' The winter's cold I bore; ' P * A bushy beard' that ne'er was shav'd And'clothes of tweed I wore. 'i ' . I milk'd my cows, and kept my.sheep,. ,, In common with my met; .* Nor tender meat, nor coursers fleet. I.kept about me then. My wool brought me a'handsome price:; My cattle still increased: ; My'flocks in size, my means likewise, From growing never ceased .. .I paid my fees, assessments too, Nor feared impending snnash;   : .,My.credt. stood in Sydney good, And I was saving cash.   SWhile thriving thus three years p'ass'idb'dJ: I wnti not once to town; At' last a friend, to serve his end, '" '" To Sydney brought me down. Says he, " let's act like gentlemen;" , He knew I had the cash; And therefore we, both I and he, In town could " cut a dash." 1 leni...

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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 8 July 1848

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS.     M. E.–Has been received, and is under consi- deration. A SUBSCRIBER–Will perceive that the subject of his communication has been noticed else- where in this day's publication. THE GOULBURN HERALD SATURDAY, JULY 8, 1848.

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