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A NEW ZEALAND SONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 9 September 1848

A NEW. ZEALAND SONG. Walllnoo! wallaloo! Love' white man, and eat him too! Stralger white, bitthat no matter! B:is i" ta?n fit, tut white man fatter! Pitt liini oi hot sotlie, and cakelihim ! i C isp and crackling; soon we'll minalie himl luiintd and ronitl thie dainty goes : Eiit.is liniers! eat his toes! :i is bod shall or "plates tickle ? 1i. iewife'll put his head in pickle! CHORUS. On tiewhliie mlnie dine andl suip! Whet:your teeth, and Eat him i up !

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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"PALMAM QUI MERUIT FERAT." [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 9 September 1848

"PALAAM QUI METUIT Fr PAT.", -0------ SEVERAL valued friends ha ive'xpressed their disapprobation at our i'iserting a paragraph, which appeared iti the back page ot our last issue, headed " Effec's of Popery in Ireland." We are at a loss to conceive, as they do, how the extract can reflect upon the Roman Catholic re ligion. Men who have !ived in the world well know that the ministers of every religion are to be found who will lend the sacred character of their office to the promotion of their political views. It is not so many years since.somie clergymen of the Protestant Church denounced the popular movements of the dlay from their pulpit's, while others, in their full ca nonicals, have been seen i,t.,leadJthe ui lawful meetings.or tur.bulent, democrats. Such .exhibitions ? wholhy denounce, wlhoever be their ant hors. We hold the offices of.r pi estsi, Protelstant as -well as Catholic- to be` tooaciedi for such de monstrations, and in pe?itormiiig our functions..as public writers, ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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[?]aceline. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 9 September 1848

A youig i onanllof l hll, ist.lr ItIdest, that 'rhe aills stickifn iglie ta ecoereing, aipbi'lsoi's `Ili"t oxi to, tlh ecslo i 1ieuipa duflithas beei.. Iii~l, to-erect a cross on the:? sit anud eveCry one ithat pisses b').h ih?.rui;J spl er.aitl ,he cross,, ESuie i 'eious e tken adiatitu e aoft ilsbiusobtl to cleatr stony liaul, by erectieig crosses hiets no 'duel haslbeen f?.?, gOlirt. A. Dithinain bid ex nor upitpyesfran lieloft to rise? eit' f,' filteh . n 1,ti.pl; .itg,y i1o but to pull at spliieg; frnghfi c,"iafj iuieaiitmelf. A ioble loidl tc it lisi e brlcklah etto stucoo his house dowii'sil, seilerSh anr. lC biek. e,"i,',.u1e , ?' s i i.. '! ' ,i iu16 :Ilaer, e notl do-ig i-tto 'hise iirdshir ialgr aepd charging imiore than rli&"e'" pezed, tt1e frtieit ,el claimtel, 'in avilettil lit ln eitn" t-w?, 'nare an aivrant kt ive' t "? Ai l 'Ip' said felie blickl tler. "Just as your loidslmim p spoke, t ¼k' ·struCk two' e hOC At a colfiri mtion, which took place.lately tIn S...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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REGINA v. H. MOSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 9 September 1848

R- EGINA v. H. MOSES. THE crime of perjury has ever been rec koned one-of the most dangerous social crimes that can. be committed; and we think there can be no moral distinction drawn between it and the suborning a witness to commit perjury. It was with extreme satisfaction (asatisfaction mixed with regret at the downlall of a fellow creature, and one so young) we heard his Honor the judge condemn the crime in energetic. phrase, and visit the perpe trator of it with the full. extent of the law. We cannot see- that there exists one iota of palliating evidence in the whole trial that could justify his Honor -in awarding a more lenient sentence, or that can hereafter induce his Excellency the Governor to commute it. In expressing ourselves in these terms, we are repressing the softer feelings of the heart,-feelings, that if al:owed to predominate would assuredly sympathise with those who are deprived for a length of time of their child, and. with one whd at an early age is allotted'the...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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Miscellaneous Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 9 September 1848

Mns. SKINNEUsToN'i 5 XISHAP'-JtiRta RIrwa goitic uip.stzti is nIttitt I izi p pedtitid o Ctstti13~ eye oil the clresser, ai?d ?l lit sl d iise hter i lozenie-box; sO, . of:co~i rse ftinrcln I iniusthlttvd left it the e wheti 1wa sto don efutetoo i up, aittIl pit idt'toi my pooy rett ured to.th a pitrlouht, little tlitfiukia (that itIwats'ile vei ?on. intto wlhich ti?' Witti!' hitti,'io. fivti iutc befklre ?putthis" two"tc: bestlv.etect 'e es Uloui anmy word, thie ehill Iliti theo had selednt such a dteadfd cold iite t thtt a he diI satl down ..e in the p htt aitio Ichdn tdo. sitch .ofaw!oik for it; enid t 1 tloihl JIpp s ilozeBies' Iy cotugh Ita'e Iu s IC still my poori head wits so b (b, fi'iitI co-I ui, ' let timy hanketrceliief eI'n 9itin ' qnie . 1iii , n ete ii'. ?foritwo ntoilett'i togeth ie i ti?tr 5i"ust utl I ?iei h:lad takeltil i.tilk ii :foir tt Is i zel h :a vitoler'ifift' i stezi ainti, t I h?l ilo soeitet hp!t imy pokct'lkihttlirllt e tt y ni ti tit fe 1ct oshairptatti...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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THE MINING MOVEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 9 September 1848

THE MINING MOVl~iEN?' TEIE mineral productions of our county and its neighbourhood are likely to be brought into advantageous notice by a movement that has taken place amongst" several influential gentlemen, who are taking a most commendable interest in the subject. All persons who are at all acquainted in the matter are well aware that f:lom time to time specimens of ore have been collected, which have never been sub jected to the examination of competeint judges, and that amongst them it i pryO Bable there may be found some w.hic!ht would rival in value the products of thei SoutIh Australian mines. The greater body of mineral collectors throughout the country have not the proper nueans at hand of testing- the value of such specimens as they may havegatlhered; removed at a great dis tance from the circles of 'science, the value of their discoveries- have never been .ascertained. But now, we are happy to state, the diiticulties Which have stood. in the way of so desirable an end are...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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A CLEVER THIEF TAKER. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 9 September 1848

A CLEVER THIIEF TAKCIER. ,IFrom unpublished Mlemoirs of the late Sir :Richard Birniej In:''fthe early part of the present centhry the boi~&bgli'ofSoutlinrvark was not otil Y its now, the :liiit6f'" ltwless vice, but the arena of burglary, felftlint ,ill'crine. Niirrow laies, contig?ous to the rivoer; ;?tieerlyi built hoiuses; wlthl oois open all day, 'bat"dtitufitlii"iii'plaes of eonceal anent 'fit foi-:'Bill:l1We'sl: ''cellars in wlichi"siatel ed luxuries were voueb d .' bili wd rei?'ly Iii delta-shailied garrets, liesestb)le byaidlde1Vsal, l ilhr a monkey or squtirrel wounld htave hssutatedbe ?,e attempting to climb', ;liiiilJult hhet o"l?.?i. .v f} v fians who were by ni-hlt the terror ot n Ld and whose apprehensiomnias sli.ti alidA y h e promised rewards from the Honba ffig e. i t 'rThe reader who is familial (ai i'lf is NOT7?) with the talented novel of Pellhtiia will il the third volume of that admirable imasteipi~t?e the most powerful anud vivid description orf 'thse ...

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RELIGIOUS NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 9 September 1848

RELIGIOUS NEWSPAPERS. For sometime past a religious war has been waging in this colony through a medium which we cannot help p io nouncing as a very unfit one. .We,, of1 course, allude to certain niewspapers, publi. led in Sydney. Truth cht.iat ni time suffer from an inquiry pi)ptlly' i : stituted and properly conducted, bu.thlie sacred subject of religion is liable to be brought into.doubit or colitemipt when tie columns of periodicals devoted wtoall classes, are filled with the rancours of religious paitie, anci an evident struggle for theological. championslip.: News papers have been.often known to change their expressed opinions on many sub jects : their inconsistency is proverbial ! by the unreflecting, who see no just tea son for this, tile principles of public journals are held in that light opinion wiirh prevents them ever becoming fit. oreans for establishing the immutable rntihs of r-li ion. It may be considered wie are writing against ourselves when we aivance this as a-n...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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Select Poetry. THE PEOPLE'S PETITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 9 September 1848

THE PEOPLE'S PETITION. O Lords and Rulers of the Nation, The softly clthl'd, the richly fed; Ye men of wealth, anta rank, and statio:n, Give us our daily bread. For you we are content to toil; For you our blood, like rain, is shed; Then, lords and rulers of the soil, Give us our daily bread. In the red forge.light do we stand, 'We early leave, late seek our bed, Tempering the steel for your right hand, Give us our daily bread. We weave with endless toil and care lsich robes of silk, uncloth'd, unfed, We muake tile raiment that ye wear Give us our daily bread. W. e sow your fields--ye reap the fruit; We live in misery and dread; Hear, then, our prayer, and we are mute Give us our daily bread. Throughout Old Englanid's pleasant fields No spot have we whereon to tread; lo house for us its shelter yields Give us our daily bread. Fathers we are-we see our sons, We see our fair young danghttr's dead; Then bear us, 0 ye mighty ones, And give us daily bread. 'Tis vain--with cold and cruel e...

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LICENSED VICTUALLERS' ACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 9 September 1848

LICENSED VICTUALLERS' ACT. WE .i.ave received complaints from seve ral Lic'ensed Victuallers resident in the town, of lthe non-issue of night licenses to .tiemi by thed bencl of !Magistrates, although we believe applications for this privilege have been frequently made to the Magistrac'y."" We are at a loss to know why, when the law: allows all extensions of the pub lican's privilege to carry on. his.business after thellimited' hour of nine o'clock, on payment of a feeTot Tenl Pounds in ad dition totlihe reiular license fee,-the reqiisite license should be refused to the li??i?l eci Vicitiallrs of Goulburn, when it slgatedto the inhabitants of all other topxsvils;,l ,. eieol6bhy. -lMherbe?tihust be something " rotten" 'iif?. tfitliu'igement of our local affairs, or this matiier would have been long silce ::.broughlt under the notice of the. prper! autlitoritle.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 9 September 1848

TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY 1M?R. P. DIGNAM, On SATURDAY, September 30, 1848, at noon, at the yards of the Salutation Hoteli Y OUNG-ADMIRAL, aged 8 years, color dark bay'with black points; got by the imported horse, Old Admiral, the property of ihe late Mr. Chirles Smith; bred by Mr. M'Leay, Brownlow Hill, out of a Cleveland mare. Terms at sale. TUITION. A LADY of considerable experience in Tai. .. tiou,, who will be disengaged on the 30th: Septemnber,wroiildh be hisiipy to-engage with. a respectable family,'-asidaily; or, resideut- Gover ness. Her references- are. highly respeciable, and eniolument bein'gla:secondary consideration, it is presnmed that parents w;ill findi this ati ad va?itag?olis: oppyitupity of9 :,pre.uiii!t for itbir children a sound education at inutch less expenise' thin ;;is.aBgallyY,ibeurred.i tEdi plii lftisnfa p' fbe khofn by address. in'g t.. Pds[-flice;,:Giatlburnr i ,. -:c I?"irlN- i ?ite'of th-e -otulburn 1 Academy )- begs-.to- iutimate that he has succeee...

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THE DEATH OF ROB ROY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 9 September 1848

THE DEATH Or Ron ROY.-His deathbed was iin character with his life. When coulined to bed, a person with whom he was at enmtity pro. posed to visit him. "Raise me,up," said Rob lRoy; '" dress me in my best clothes; tie on my arms; place me in my chair! .It never shall be said that Rob Roy Macgregor was seen defence `less and unarmed by an enemy!" His wishes were executed, and lie received his guest with haughlty courtlesy:; When he had departed, the dying chief exclaimed, "It's all over now! Put nme to bed! call in the piper;ilet him play ' Ha til mi tulidk !'- (We return no more !) as long as I breathe " Hle was obeyed. He died, it is said, .before the. dirge was finished. * * When dying, he shewed that he entertained a sense of ,the practical pait of Christianity very consistent with his Highland notions. He was exhorted by the clergyman who attended him to forgive Ihis. enemies; and that clause 'in the Lord's Prayoer wliclh eijoins such a state of mind was quoted. Riub Roy replied...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 9 September 1848

PUBLIC NOTICE. DVE RTISERS are informed that this Paper, being now firmly established alld extensively circulated throughout the districts of YASS, GUNNING, QUEANBEYAN, BRAIDWOOD, GUNDAGAI, BUN GENDORE, BERRIMA, NMARULAN, LAKE GEonGE, &c., &c., it will be found particularly advanta geons to Advertisers, as no other opportunity exists of giving such extensive publicity to their wants and wishes, as that of insertion in tile. ' GOULBURN IHERALD." Subscribers' Names and Adver tisements will be received at tile Printing Office, Auburn -street, Goulburn, and by the following Agent;:- SYDNEY ... .. r. J. EDWAnDS,; Biokeller, - = . ý.-" ?.(late O ice) i sttrsheet, neart HIlinier atteet 3ONG"OM. ... Mr n'laiiiitce': Bl RPIRi?,!: ?... M f.'Nzir OnCHMi.H : YA.'J '. Mr:. l:i ilT.Y o, C.OhCobistable. CGUNDAGo :\!f:? i:i ieos.l in? keeper. BRAI DWVOOD, '. M. rWriisi;sIM Stbrekeeper. LAKEr.GEORGE, Mr. ST.s nCowTilnER. MAk f~lIAN,..:. .I. FrtALLJAMNES.. BUN.GENDOIIE, Mr. O.BYrNE. (...

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 — 9 September 1848

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. JusTITIA is not admissible:-it is altogether too vindiotive. Other communications unavoidably omitted will appear in our next issUe. THE GOULBURN HERALD SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1848.- · , · .

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS AT SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 9 September 1848

OrPpiPiug 1tttelIgýu!ee ARRIVALS AT SYDNEY. Aug. 29.-Petrel, bnrque', 195 tosfi, Carder, from Lannueston thn 28l6 inst. SEP. 2.-Phrnix, steamer, 108 tons WTise man, from the Clarence River the 381st lt." - 3.-Tainar, steamer, .180 tons, Allen, from MIoretqn Bay. 4.-Phirntom, brig, 158 tons, Fok, from Ade. laide.. 4.-Orion, ship, 385 tons, lay, from the Whaling Grounds. .--Forfarshire, ship, .014 tons, Tudor,' from Adelaide. . 5.-John! Gray, ship, 587 tons, Macdonald, from Port Phillip. DEPARTURES. Aub 30'-Essington, brig, 123 tons, Mills for Portland Bay and Port Fairy. SP~I 2 Dialuai brig, 103 -tons, Ball, for Port Phillip. 3.- City, of.Sydney, brig, 106 tons, Tulloch, for.atinieestun.. 3.-Christina, brig, 126 tons, Saunders, for Melbourne._ ..... 3.- Clarissa, schooner, 600tons; Jolinsoi, ::fo Moreton Bay. 3.-Robert Syers, barque, 811 tons, Morrison, for London. 3.-Canton, ship, 507 tons, Friend, for Hong kong. 4.-Equestrian, bargue, 801 tons, Spence, for Columbo. 4.-Sarah, brig, ...

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Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 9 September 1848

IMPoUNDINGO;--We hnve been informed that a Mr. Joseph White s has tely pnhblihed- i long lette.r inllthea "Sydney Morniig. HerIal," 'cont pjaniUit'i. of the 'in justice we have douie himin refius??t t'intsert,wiihoutt payment, a long let teribeiinR an attempt to repl3 to whlat iappeared it'tii'ilie "'Goulburn Heral'lll," reflecng lon the comltndct of rliis aiun ii office," at poiidkeepe. It was but lie-oillei' day'that our s'peeldy.:disso lution ,was prognosticated by 'a: M '.rhqosonsqu '(iib:lation i to the poet;) and nlowwentre de-I Msignated an obscure print, inceillidry:&·uy . byv this saidIMr. White, and all this, forsootlh, be cause we objected to insert his trash '.without pnynient. It would create piy even inl the breast of Mr Joseph WHITe , were he.to see how BLACK in the fuce we are at.the bare idea of suci oini ;ninus forebodings. Heavenl only knows iiiat we 'are to be rext week. Do, Piruy,.li' Wliie;'be ias'tmerciful as you aire poweirful'! i HI-w canl we possibl...

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WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1848. SUBORNATION OF PERJURY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 9 September 1848

V .WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1848. SUBORNATION OF PERJURY. ' Henry Moses, aged 19, indicted for suborn ing one John Barber to commit wilful and corrupt perjury, 'I The SOLICITORIGENERAL assisted by Mr. HoL ion' condtlucted the case for the Crown, and Mr. L' wE was retained by the prisoner. f: Itnappeared from the evidence, (which was of conisideratble length), that the defendant's father, ,John'.\loses, was landlord of au Inn at Bowning, near Yass, during the month of.March and April 'sliias That during tile latter part of the first i?ionth a stack of hay belonging to Moses wits destroyed by fire, and oa; tile 7th of March the 1'5tl ble also belonging to defendant's father were Viii like manner destroyed. JohlluBarber, whom "teie' lfemmluInt was charged with suburning to hcotnirt pedljury was at tllat time tending sheep o Mul'ses ground, and bedding them every nigllt otil is prelmises. That on the 8thl of March, the day following the destruction of tile stable, ?':Mallybil, the chief ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 9 September 1848

TUESDAY, SEPTEMIBER 6. His Honor, 1lr. Justice MANNING, took his seat on the Bench at 10 o'clock. ASSAULT WITI INTENT., &C. Henry Thoumas Sibley, late of Goulburn, Ia borer, was indictemd for assaulting one Ellen Clifford :ou the. 13th day of May last, with in ent, &c. :he ? evidence I in this case is unfit for publi cation. uT~ e J,T ry found a verdict of guilty. -IHis HoNpsi sentenced the prisoner to two years' imlprisounient to Parramatta gaol with hard;lubour.., , tº? .bot-. LARCENY. T.aniesTDonnghue, aged, 17, 'and Patrick Con. .iill?,? ?ed 4,l.vere indicted for. assaulting ,.ilry Kelly, and robbing her of a £I bank note iiiV~.~T'i'i;-il' silvr montiev, at the Levels, on the I-[iI'IFA'ugu tigtst 'tlast., '" i??l?fhsp'iseciitiix, .whose husband is a hired servant of M.r. J. '. THughes, stated that the two prisoners, aecompanied by a uitt of the taine of King ( iw\attlarge),:carme to her ihut between * 10miandfl,6.?6?clock..on the umorning mentioned in the indictm...

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CIVIL SIDE. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 9 September 1848

CIVIL SIDE. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8. His Honor took his seait this morning at ten o'clock. Scanu v. GLAssoN.-Mr. Mitchie appeared for the plaintiff and the Solicitor-General for the defendant. The-case occupied the whole day, and from the crowded state of our columns, we are com pelled:tpo postpone a report until our next. It was not concluded at the honrtof goitng to press. .TliThe following are the other canses for trial Chtitfield v. Sinclair, Whitty v. Bardwell, .Ryan v. Costello, Ryan v. Ilurphy.

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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 9 September 1848

THUrOSDAY, SEPTEMflER 7. REOGINA v. HENRY MOSES. - This case was resumed this morning. Mr. Lowe, for the prisoner, took several tech nical objections [to the information which being answered by the Solicitor.General were over ruled by his Honor. The learned gentleman then addressed the jury in his usual able and eloquent manner. He analized the evidence and went through tie whole of t iii detail, comment ing uipont its(ibeiaririg on the present charge, and holding that although the conduct of the defen dant might be highly reprehensible ilnd open to suspicion, there was i reitlity not a tittle of evi deuce given' by person atf'undoubted credlit that could mndte godtl the charge: Tile boy.Byirber ihad peltjtred himself times out of tiunlber, and was wholly undeserving of credit. Smart -had given so good a charactef of'himself thathe need say little' tiblit"him ; amld tie very umehod he took of bringing the charge to bear ont the yoniii man at thi bar, was such as to raise, a fee!intg...

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