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BANK OF AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 26 August 1848

BANK OF AUSTRALIA. .4A G~s CItAL Meeting of tihe members of, the company of the Bank of Australia; beingr i adjournmenit of the half-yearly mieeting, ? i.l he held ait the usuai l place of husi'ess George-stieet, Sydriney, on Fi iday, the 25thI r 'y of AAugust ismant, iat ?ne o'cloc[k, u loi ?" the puiirpose of tra'iaciing and consideri ng the genieral buiines("and concer is of the, said coim pany, and specially to order and deter wine ulion tle propriety of altering a certain clause. or certain clauses of the Deed of Settlement.i in. order to enable the Directors to call upon the Proprietors ..oi tte ftuirds necessary to meet. t.lie lia' hilitiesbof.tilhe Baik; -also to divide thee propeitiesof tlhe Baik, arid .also to do suchli oilier. acts and deeds as niay be necessary forwinding up the concerns of the company.

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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poetry. THE TWO BRIDES. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 26 August 1848

THE TWO BRIDES. TnEt stooand beside the altar in their hoveliness arrayed, A Baronet's fair daughter, And a simple cottage maid; Ohli! paler than the lily While she of high degree, While the blush of summer roses On the other seem'd to be. There were no smiles of gladness The bridegroom's cheeks upon, Who led with sullen sadness; The high-born damsel on; The hand was coldly given, The hand withont the heart, Oh ! are they thus united, Whom nought but death should part Anid net that cottage maiden, She kneels with timid glee, With him whdse love assures her HFlow ioyous life will be; They leave the sacred altar Their weddini rites.to keep, One bride goes forth in ghladness, And one goes forth-to weep. Ohi! greater is the portion Of him wlho for his bride, Has that poor etittrage maiden, Thian all the lordling's pride; For forms that are united By w6rldly ties alone, Can never know the raptures That kindred hearts may own.

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HAWKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 26 August 1848

IHaivKs.-Wild and shy as hawks are, it will scarcely be credited .that at one time the gledes or kites were numerous in London streets. This happened in the time of Henry VIIf., when it seems that"they were attrihted by the offal of butchers' and-poulterers' stalls; and as, on ae count of their use in removing so offensive a nuisauce, they were not allowed to be killed, theybecame so fearless as actually to mingle with the passengers, and take their prey in the midlst of the greatest crowds. Few people are, indeed, aware of the numtber of hawks existing at tlhis day in London. On and about the dome of St. Pautil's, they may be often seen; and within. a very few years, a pair for several seasons built their nest and reared their brood in perfect safety between the golden dragon's wings which formed the.weathercock"of Bow Church, in Cheapside. TIhey might be easily distinguished by thousands vwho wiilked below, flying in and out, or circling rotund tthe sutnu)itrof the spire, notwiths...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 26 August 1848

PUBLIC NOTICE. DVERTISERS are informed lithat this Paper, being now firmly established and extensively circulated throughout the districts of YASS, GUNNING, QUEANBEYAN, BRAIDWOOD, GUNDAGAI, BUN GENDORE, BERRITIA, MARULAN, LAKE GEORGE, &C., &c., it will be found particularly advanta geous to Advertisers, as no other opportunity exists of giving such extensive publicity to their wants and wishes, as that of insertion in the "GOULBURN HERALD." Subscribers' Names and Adver tisements will be received at the Printing Office, Auburn - street, Goulburn, and by the following Agents : SYDNEY ......Mr. J. EDWARDS, Bookseller, S(late Magee) Pitt street, near Hunter-street QUEENBEYAN . Mr. S. NUTTER. BUNGONIA .... Mr. TatRIMBLE. B?RIlMA...... Mr. NoEL CHAPMAN. YASS........ Mr. MAI,oN, Ch.Constable. GUNDAGAI .... Mr HUNT, Sadler. B3AIDWOOD, .:. Mr. WILL?ArMs, Storekeeper. LAKE-GEORGE, Mr. SAM. CRowTHlEna. MARULAN ....Mr. FULLJAMrnEs. BUNGENDORE, Mr. O. BYRNE. S(All letters must be...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 26 August 1848

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. In reply to CAius. - The celebrated Bishop Be kley was born in the month of March, 1648 and died January, 1738. Want of space compels us to omit several com munications until our next issue. THE GOULBURN HERALD SATURDAY, AUGU-P 26, 1848.

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS AT SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 26 August 1848

ýIjitpplity ntellig cnta. ARRIVALS AT SYDNEY. AUG. 17.--Clrihsa, schoner, 00 tnn;, Cap taini .Johnson, from Moretuon Bay the 16th istitt. 17.--Rlebecca harque, 343 tonis, Captuin MIac1 donaldhi, from the South Sea Fishieiy :. 17.-Comei, schooneir, 92 tuis, C alptliCor,' from Port Nelsuit. 18."-Achterun,; H.M. surii ve stteamer,0Cnp tain J. L. Stokes, from Euiglhind tviithe Gape. of Good Hlopl and SwiinTRir.' 10.-PPalminita batnriqt e, 002 tonils, Caplitain Ro-J bertso;n, firoti'Porit Plitillip' . 19.*-Phceaitnix,. steiimer; 108 tons, . Captain Wiseman; from 1he OClarence River. 109-Will'Watch, selihoonei? 60 tons; Captaini Stanes, fron Poit'Faiti ry 2(.-Wiitseiles, bt arqie, 351 tons, Captain.. Sproul, from Mo iil' ? ." 2 L.-Tamar, steamer, 130 tons, Captain Allen, from Moreton.Bay. DEPARTURES. AUo. 16.-Pockliogton, Barqute, 201 tons, Captain Bolger, for the Sonih Sea Fishery'. 16.-Mar'ian Watsop, schooner, 140 tons, Captain Rtle, for the South Sea Islands. 17.-Brothers, schooner, 6...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 26 August 1848

Royal Albert Amateur Theatre. AT MAIR. JOHN O'BRIEN'S LARGE : OOM,. AUBURN-STREET.,: FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE 'HOSPITAL - {N TUESDAY Evening, the oth September, ./ will be performed a-romande melo-drame in two acts, entitled THE VAMPIRE. " Revenge and the Traitor Dies," B Y AN AMEREUR. Hornpipe, by Mtr. W?inle. " Dream of Childhood, .... Mr. TELL." To conclude with the laughable Farce, entitled FORTUNE'S E'ROWZC. Doors open at seven, and the performance to commence at half past seveu. Tickets 2s, each. G. ALBERT, Manager. G. C. RoBERTS, Door0keeper. Vivat Regina. GOULBURN CIRCULATING LIBRARY. BOOKS ARRIVED. R. JOSEPH COLLINS begs to acquaint the inhabitants bf Gouitlburni and its vic nity, that he has just received npwatds of Seven Hundred Volumes of choice Books for his Circulating Library, which shall be commieneed lorthwith. Catalogues will be ready by Wednesday next, and intending subscribers are invited to call ind inspect the books and enrol their names. TERMS: Six Shillings per...

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Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 26 August 1848

> .-0 THEATRICALS. - On Tl'hmrsday evening, the Amntetitr companty performned for the second time tht mnelo dram" of the VaMPinRE, with the 1iauhahble farec of. FORTUNE's FRoLIO. I3otht pieces went of tolerably well:-the mtelo.dram had imnproved by repetition, and tihle farce was very well sitstiined. The part of Robin was. exceedingly well ntieed, and that of Stecks, was personilied to perfection. Dolly was also very gotod in her character ; and we must not forget Rattle, whose performanci e evidently had a won derful efFect on the fair-sex, one of whom in the extacy of the mnomeit. was heard. to exclaim ,I. should dearly wish to becotite acqatinited with such a nice yotung man.'. Mr. Hollattil tteqiitted himself to perfection in thie sonig " I'tn afloat," and was deservedly elitooed. There wits a full atten tntce, who extressed their: admiration of the evening's amusement, and also of tli' great improyememt made by raising the seats, so as to lford a good view to all. GouLBUn" ...

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ABUSE OF POWER. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 26 August 1848

ABUSE OF POWER.: :. A RESPECTAnLE-mnan :carrying0on' the businss of' a .tau?ler, tiud rIesiding within ttetwty-six mils of the tow'usliip of, Bathurst, of the' mamne of Ma at. tlhew Wild, was upon the 'evening of the 18th. of Mlayullitino, arrested by trooper Riddall,.of he mounted police piirty sitioned ii Goiillirn,. and tni rchted 104 Ioiiles', ti), il. F. Macatrthur's rest dence;i i? irois, on l "lh iu?e of lhasving au itiitted it foigetry oit tlhe Batthiirst Banlk, two j'ettirs ago,. by 'iilteitig a two pounid twelve sliilliig ohecque into a twelve poond ttwelve shillinu otne. AMr. ,iiacaitlini rdirectedi the tbonpei: to lodge Wild in ilie; wititeh house, lwheie liee owas iaicoodilingly lodged." Oin t;he following didv lie wasobronught befoie th e Jitstiiies; wh'et a.ticlket -of-letnie hol dilei'fortlie Bi?lhnutsi district, of the.nu mie of 'Challei;.te, w'is Ioprdi ii.ed ili evileice;' s who swore. he wittiessed Vildl two years: ago altei a two. pound twelve shlilling cehecqut...

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FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 26 August 1848

FRIDAY. Before Messrs, Roast, EDENBOROUGH, and HOVELL. BREACH OF THE PUBLICAN'S ACT.- Samuel Crowther, publican, of Old Collector, was charged by the chief constable with allowing one Carl Hleihlnan, a hired servant of the Rev. Mr. Cart wright, to become drunk on his premises. Crowther was defended by Mr. Allman, solicitor, who toalk a technical objection to the informa. Lion, which was at once overruled by the bench; several witnesses were called, who piroed Hell mani's drunetliness, but on Crowthlier's lirst .wit. tiess beitj; called, atdl making matters still worse, Mr. Allman threw up the case, and Crowther was fined by the Court in:the mitigated penaltyof £,2 and 7s. 6d. costs. 'SHE IS ALL 31Y. FANCY PAINTED, HER." Samuel Crowther was a second time brought on the floor of the Court, charged with allowing a fair and gentle creature, of the name of Ellen Carr, to become " circumblustered" with rum on his the said Samuel Crowther's premiises, at Col61 lector. Ellen admitted to6 th...

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Police Incidents. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 26 August 1848

S TUESDAY. Before w: CIATFItL,, Esq., J.P. DnuNKsniDS. Anthony OCnrlson appeared to answer to ani iifoirmation .cliarging him .with being fonil dritt Iiii the public streets of Gon hburn. lThe defenidtint plealded g'uilty, and iii formed his Worship tlhat he wits confinedi tlhree *iays in the look-uip before the Chief Constalble thought proper to bring him tip. His Worship, treated Anthony's observations with the greatest sang froid, arid senteunced him' to pay 5s: atid is. costa, in default of which to Le confiued 12 hours in Mr. Foster's coal hole. IN SEARcvH or EMPLOYMENT.-Patrick Doyle, free by servitude, was chat ged by constable Pitt terson, withl being~found drunk in Auburn-street, on the 19th instant. Patrick informed the Court that lihe waits in search of eniploymenit, and hliad only jtist nrrived' iu thie town from Mii. Shelly's station, where he had been rusticating for sotie time past, and being disgusted.with the colony, he stepped into a ptiblic-house, and drowned at o...

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THE REPRESENTATION OF DURHAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 26 August 1848

THE, REPRESENTATION OF DUtuRI~IA -From an address which we lierceive ii'i the Maitland Mercury,. it will be seen that Mr. Donaldson, after being duly gbzetted as the Member returned for Durham, has resigned hiis seat,'and again appealed to the electois for. their suf frages. The grounds on which Mr. Do naldson has taken this step will be found stated in his address: they will no doubt be as satisfactory to the constituency as they are honorable to him. We hope there will be no bungling at the ensuing election. EXAGGERATED REPORTS OF TILE CIIAR TIST MOVEMENT.- The French capital was kept in a state of fervid excitement on Mornday, by the revolution then supi posed to be going on in London-tele graphic despatches were forged and two journals announced on their authority that London was in full insurrection and that the Chartists and the troops were fightin; in the streets. The departure of the Queen for the Isle of Wight was magnified into ' flight of Queen Victoria to Gosport.' The c...

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COMMERCIAL BANKING COMPANY, SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 26 August 1848

COMMERCIAL RANKING COM PANY, SYDNEY. The following general abstract of the average amount of the liabilities, and. assets of this company during tlie quanr ter from the 1st April io the,.30tll. J ne;. '1848; has been transmitted to thlle Colo nial Secretary's Office,: as required by tlhe iv. Victotia,. No. .13 Liabilities ..: - .199,982 14s. 9d. Total amount £333,645: 4s. 2d.i I * of Assets:

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To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 26 August 1848

:To the Editor of thle Goulburn Herald. Sin,- .. Youn '?orresi andent.of the 18th instnnt, enters into?a ength,:med argument to shew cattle-steal iUg alias'" dctffing;'" as lhe terms it, isat aln eind,.. ii fact, he attempts to-prove that it aiitint pay,; he also infe rs tlhit the.-residettir'J.P.,' coslliatles & ha.,' hie n eithe cir vit o0 cri imititl eises to come before them,-utId they tny o'xeclitin a with Othello " their occtpatiofst goie. . :itAs a resident of GiUudngniiI himst sny, I was startled it his retiiarlts whien it is ioloiious that petty robberies are of' weekly. occtretnce... On ThuIrstday 17th tistialt, two liotses tiltele stoleit ittithin 100 yttds of the Conit House, one be longitg to a idr. DtDavison, .the slototekeeperi, lte otier a Mir. Cltixtoit, the tailort, trie oatildihaven supposed itat these unetmphtloye iconsiuditttnlit y woutld hav? instiantly gone i it psi"sit, having so litile to do, thaiit it wotdlil iave been a treat to tliem.to go out of ...

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Original Correspondence. To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 26 August 1848

To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald. Sin,- . . ITr has often surprised me that, a Freemnsboi's Lodge has not yet been established in Gouturn. In'most conniry towns of any imtportat.ce, lodges sre iti fuil operation, and I am sture one cottld nit fail to suocceeed in so large and flour ishitig a distieiasts that of Goulburn. For instence, there is an Odd Fellows Loilge, the afftirs of whichx are ptrogressitg as. fatvonr bly ais-ean he desited.. I sliuonld be gladin'. to becme a tlasott, iand I ant nequitntnedn itdith n?any whose iaislies coincide ;with mtinef STrtisiing tlie ese remarkIs ina call the attention of some of the itiitited to the subject. . I.remain Sir, YuUi obedient Servnnt, Goulburn, NOVICE. August 22nd.; 1848.

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Goulburn Quarter Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 26 August 1848

GOULBURN QUARTER SESSIONS. THE Court opened on Wednesday morning the 23rd inst., before S. RAYMOYD, Esq., Chairman, and the following Magistrates --- Messrs. ROSSI, HOVELL, and LOCKYER, Jun. FREDERICK LOCKYER, Esq., of Lockyersleigh, was sworn in a magistrate of the Territory. CATHERINE PINCHES, was indicted for stealing two bank notes of the value of £1 each, and one current silver coin of the realm calleda six- pence, the property of one William Patterson, a constable in the Goulburn Police. It appeared by the evidence that the identical sixpence with some bank- notes was placed by Patterson in a pocket-book, and safely stowed in   his box, he being at the time lodging in the house of a brother constable of the name of Peard ; that on the morning of the 16th of July last, Ellen Peard, the daughter of his landlord, met her father and Patterson in the town of Goulburn, when she presented her father with the six-pence in question, adding that Catheriue Pinches gave it to...

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SONG OF AN EXILE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 26 August 1848

SONG OF AN EXILE. I sigh for the lanud of my birth, Its pleasures I left with regret. For dearer than each spot of earth Is home to my memory vet; Though strangers my hand may have press'd, Though I mingle again in their mirth, And I smile at the song and the jest I sigh for the land of my birth. The warm skies above me are bright, The flowrets are fair to behold; But nought can the senses delight, When the hearts that surround us are cold: They greet me awhile as a guest, I mingle tgain in their mirth, And I sthile at the song and the jest But sigh for the land of my birth.

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Select Poetry. THE CHIMES OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 2 September 1848

*nn ,FuTM,'. OF ENGLAND. THE chimes, the chimes of IMother-land, Of England, green and old, That out from fane and ivied tower. A thousand years have toll'd. How glorious must their music be, That breaks the hallow'd day, And calleth, with a seraph's voice, A nation up to pray ! Those chimes that tell a thousand tales Sweet tales of. olden time! Andiring a thousand.memories At?.esper and at prime;, At bridal, and a burial For cottager and king, [chimes Thbose chinies, those glorious Christian SHow blessedly they ring.. .Those chimes, 'those: chimes of Mother land, Upon a Christianmorn, Out breaking, as the. angels did. For a Redeemer born i .. How merrily they call afar, To cot and baron's hall, With holly deck'd and misletoe, To keep the festival. The chimes of England ! how they peat From tower aud gothic pile, Where hymn and swelling anthem fill The dim cathedral aisle Where windows bathe the holy light On priestly heads that falls, Apd stain.the florid tracery And bariner-dighte...

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Original Poetry. FLOWERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 2 September 1848

FLOWERS. How beautiful are flowers: are they not Love's'first and purest gifts ? the lovely rose, The violet, the fragrcant jessamine, In their sweet language tales of love disclose. The dearest hopes, and wishes of the heart, Words which the tongue might never dare to say, Are spoken oft by a few simple flowers, Though love and flowers, ales! soon fade away. I-last thou not cherish'd even for long years, Thou:gh beauty alnd perfume alike were gone, Some flowers, perchance the only relic left, Thlepar'iung gift of the beloved one. IHave ?ot old thoughts and feelings, long forgot, Ruslh'd to thy heart with overwhelmitlng pain, And youth's fond dream of happiness return'd As if in mockery, to ilthee again ? As thou hnst gaz'd upon that wither'd flower, The sad memento of departed years, When care had left no traces on thy brow, And sorrow had not dimm'd thine eye with tears. Then, hast thou not in utter loneliness Turu'd all thy hopes to that eternal home Where for thy weary soul thou...

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PORT PHILLIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 2 September 1848

PORT PHZLL.3P. THE " CHEAPSIDE."-The doctor of this'ves sel reports that the WHOLE of the enligruuts by this ship were engaged by yesterday. afternoo?, and at wages equalling, if not exceiditg the wages giveilrto the arrivals by the " Cor'nwll.'' It is time we had another arrival.: Seven m'ore ships withjemnigrants for this port .we know oft' and many more are expected, to say, nothingt of the German Immigration,--the.first ba'ch of which, is shortly expected.'-L-terild'. GERMAN IMMIGRATON.-T lie rough 1]o6itiig requisition for a public: meeting 'to -aklte ar rangements for securing a good nad.coiftoritjabile r,:eption for the expected 'Geritlini lihtnuigraiits; which appeared in the Obse'rverof Tliu irsday week, has been licked itito shape iand :prcseti'ed to his Worship the Mayoir, who hasu1 conyvened the meeting for to-day at one o'clock, it tlhe Royal Hotel, Collins-street. It is to be hoped that there will be a numerous attendai!ce, for it is illportant that a good first impris...

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