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Goulburn Circuit Court. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 16 September 1848

G~~oUT ~vnun -~ire ____ · FnrIDA, SEP~DERlns 8. '~efore hiis Hiotote' Mr. .ioslipee htiAstNO. scaUR V. GA~sSoI. This wIs t tll~l r~or tlilespll~ss. Tule ilclnrti· ''tino stutedi Iblllttle uilefeo'isttt,' oIl1 Ilie 1st tisv of ~Jsnlttnlt 18~.S nod 0 it cl~iie s ~outer Isysg elttd .titn~, l'9 li brok lle 1111etteret ·)'iit 111111 cloe i4't th atlitl usf' tiiltr triteep ut liill. i~e luisicttl t Ttlie, '-leave or ittollse, liilt IilS ttitl ie wviii of tl q1'?ti S 111111 f & lc·i 'Iitht titt 91 titttcotl ts ititi~? Itsll 11151i tt ll'c il~oe ii~ l LOttiS Il *s:l~l;~.1ltl 00(1 ~ lr laii), this tlieiiiittltttl tue0 iiftdtt i pi tittuse phtt~sis stles Wttlt jittlledl RteetIttit Olicls~ p~ne ttjiteitr tie by iii.if 'titilor ·Geitet ati 'ii. Micfl he opened 1iet pleiinds, ifi l nstatrerl .the euss. TI he plaiuitfi,; .Mir.Jf It Seirli. Ilus I •t ftlllf on tile T,l[,cllhllu,.cltel1 Multenog1o j aol the .diefilltdaut,. Di.. ,IdI Glln ls?s.,' is hliu.nei,.,hhol'. 'Jhe llbVSttpuS hi iub M...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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MR. O'CONNELL AND MRS. MORIARTY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 16 September 1848

MR. O'CONNELL AND MRS. MORIARTY. It was in an Irish Court of justice that O'Con nell could be seen to greatest advantage. Every quality of tile lawyer and tihe advocate he dis played. He shewed research and perfect mastery of his profession, and he exhibited his owh great and innate qualities. Who that ever beheld hiln on the MuInster circuit, when he was in the height of his fame, but must have admired his prodigious versatility of formidable powers. His pathos was often admirable; his humour flowed without effort or art.-What jokes he ut tered! -what sarcasms! How well he worked his case through, never throwing away a chance, never relaxing his untiring energies. Pity that a man of such splendid talents and commanding eloquence should have addicted himself so much to abuse. From his earliest days, O'Connell had the re putation of being a proficient in the art of vitu peration. No public man in any country ever stooped so much to abuse-he enjoyed throwing: dirt. In classical severi...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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THE YASS LOCK-UP. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 16 September 1848

THE YASS LOCK-UP. ?Ve should like to know it" stone floors are legal for watch-houses. Mr. Lowe put a question to a constable who was a witness during one of lie late trials, us to thle accomllnodat ions of tihe YAs Lo: K-UP, hut we regret to say that the question was not answered in a very iraighltforward way. If it had beeii, he hact of the flooring being stone, and the window' a very large :one .Iavin rwi!her 'dass nhor .any or her nr'rieriil air Iits place to excdude hle wealirler iouirl liait hI;ei elicited ' wihirl ii reerne lmnne,':'iof j! ersrois find i heirrlV ci in to alotkidu-pi: i oiroli the zoo r: trivial e. miles,c 'indn cryl: timioml?uioiio real ccusee a: al ;a wve (hb hink.llllha tIme L tile I uxu oi i a0 !h oIa.rled floor,; aid a cal?vass ?iritner e dUii llthelt. :r1, ,(li' i:? a gass oui- woulid bie?'ioo 'dmirii.-er ou,?) ugiirlt he .affrded ;, Prrwsoll who aie in~carceranted in lock ollls a re only in uriron! aq~ ·Furiy: mnecnhelrs oh: sn rcel~y. I 'ie:: eSlo0u Id...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS AT SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 16 September 1848

4ip piug 1ur Itelltgeie. 1 .ARRIVALS AT SYDNEY. SaPT. 7.-Rainbow, sclooner, 51 tons, Pa,," terson, menter, from Pirt Phillip. 7.-Toryl, baLrque, 61. tuons, Smith, master, front Hobart Town. 7.--The Shsmroek, schooner, 85 tons, WC'inter, master, from Cirenlhr Heed 10.--Governor Phillip, G Veernment brig, 188 tons. Coubham, master, from Norfolk Island. 10.-Clhampion, schooner, 54: tons, Colley, ?master, from Moreton Bay. l.--Pluhyra, brig, 165 tons, Lindsay,,. mas 1 1.-..Kingston,shlip, 290 tons, Harwood, .ias. ter, front Auckland. 1 l.---General Pike, American slhip,'.313-tos . Pierre, from the Whaling Grounds. . :. l1.--Agi'icola, barqule, 560 tops, Rell, froim London, having left the Do\wns on the 25th May. 12.-Deborah, schooner, 1.21 tons, Nagle, fromli Auckland 17th nit. 12.--C heapside, baezque, 0(22 tons, Lewis, from. Port Phillip. DEPARTUES., SEPT. 7.--Emma, brig, 130 tons, PocldeJ·, for -oburt Town. 7.--Lady Margaret, brig, 284 tons, Mills, .for London. 7.--Julia Perry, beig,...

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 — 16 September 1848

a JUl1'±NJ1ii.2j. SDVE RTJSERS are informed i that this Paper, being nolW I firmly established and extensivAely circulated throughout the districts of YASS, GUNNING, QUEANBEYAN, BRAIDWOOD, GUNDAGAI, BUN GENDORE, BElRUMA, MA/LRULAN, LAKE GaoRcGE, &c., &c., it will be found particularly advanta geous to Advertisers, ,asno btlier opportunity exists ,of giving such, ?t~ensiy"=e publicity to their :;vants and wishes, as that of insertion inl th~e ,, GOULBURN HERALD." Su' S bsCribers' Names and Adver tisements will:.hbe receivedat tih Priniting Office,I), Auburn -, streets Goulburn, :and by the following Ag~ents : SYDNEY".. .. Mr; J. E DWAnRDS, Bookseller, (late Ma iue) Pitt street, auea ~, l : . near' Hmiutei street QUE ANBEYAN' '. Itir. :S. NO rU.~a BUNGONIAi. .. ..Mr, TnrtMBLR. BERRIMA.:!.?. ; .~. M r. N'o'Ei C H'AvM,?'. YASS · ;.,,;:.·;...; . h'r., AiLY ON, c i Oh.Constable. GUNDA\G'AI,'. ..; M. rSitePsos Ionnkeeper.' BRAlDWOOD(,..Mr. WiLLInAS., StoLekeeper. LAKE GEORG...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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"PALMAM QUI MERUIT FERAT." OURSELVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 16 September 1848

(( PALMSAM QU! NMECUIT FE?AIT." OURSELVES. Ouu first quarter's labour having nearly ended, it becomes our pleasing duty"tom retuR.,, our sincere th?aks ro.,l the iup poriers of the*" GOLLBu.ltN T'IEU'ALD i": We must confess that at the first-\w;e ~-,: tertained very saugubie bolies o;t:"thie:: success of our eniterpriie, bunt we scat'rcelv¢ • da'ed to.'aliticipate to toelextentl whielt-: • we have., receivedf. Every w.week :h:iia brought us I'resh assuratues .of sUpport, anti the many excellent litetatry commuo. nications we have reeited, -are so..many prooli of the value whicli are 'attached tod our efforts as public jourtnalsts. For. all thtse we ternder our Iearty.thlaiik.% and beg to assure our f'tietds thlir f:a vors will still continue to receive ,:iie: attention which their intxsic mei-itsiae serve. . ::.. ." Tite population of the neighbhorirng; districts being so scattered, renders it impossible for us to solicit'personally. thle support of many.indivtduals, but we trust th...

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 — 16 September 1848

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. To ensure insertion, sll comnmnnicntinns should be sent on oi before 'Tliurhtny evening. THE GOULBURN HERALD SATUD?D Y, SEPTE,?IBEUI 10, ]S48.

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 16 September 1848

Died, At Rome, on the 22nd April last, Mrs. Bradley, late of Goulburn, New South Wales, in the 37th year of her age.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 23 September 1848

TERMIS.-- Eight Shillings and Sixpence per quarter-if pail in advauce, Seven Shillings and Sixpene per qunarter. tp No receipt is geuuine except on yellow pa per and signed by the proprietor, WILLIAM JONES.. ADVERTISEMENTS are chargcd 2s.Oud. for the first inch of space, and Is. for each addi . tional inch, each insertion; and al, adver'is~d-'e = ments that do sot state on the faoe'of i'he? ' the number of times they are to be insedi~i1' will be continued until countermanded ahd: charged to the parties concerned. " ?!:' No verbal communication can be attended 'to and all letters must be post-paid, or they \ill not be taken in. The quarter's end on 31st March, 30th June 23rd September and 23rd December, at which periods only can Subscribers decline by giv ing notice and paying tile amount dite to the end of the current quurter. Edited, printed, and published by WILLIAM JONES, (sole proprietor), at the Vtinhi~g Oflico, Aubura Street, Goulburi~,

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INDIAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 23 September 1848

INDIAN NEWS. THE PUNJAUB by this time is, in all probability, the seat of war. At Mooltan two British officers, named Agnew and Anderson, had been seized, and, it was feared, murdered. This would appear to. have been .part of a conspiracy to murder, or drive out of the country all the Europeans. As soon as intelligence of this circumstance reached Lahore, it was supposed that a large force would be sent against Mooltan, and when the troops had marched, it was intended to overpower those left in Lahore, and mur der the political officers. The native troops had been tampered with, and up wards of 20 men in the 50th Regiment (N.I.) had been seduced from their duty, and received the reward of treason. A native subaltern detected the conspiracy, when a number of persons were arrested, and two of the principals executed, who lamented that they had not lived two days longer to see the p)lot carried into execution. A third chief ldst heart at the foot of the gallows, and offered to turn app...

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 — 23 September 1848

o SHocttCrNMIuDEn.--A inuidar was commit ted at Mr. Storey's, at Ti''mbooo, on TIuesday night last, which has caused very great sensation. throughout the whole of thle district, We are. not bound, nor do we think it prudent to publish the various reports that have been eirtitlated respecttig tihe origiu or the uanner itt which the murder was perpetrated. Tile followinPg oautlne of the occurrence we believe to be tole. rahlyv accurate :-Two bushmen,, natelled Fitzgee raid and luLantrarn, were dl'illkilg ill the company of each other aIt Mr. Storey's Inn, Wiheu a qitat tel froml some, as yet. utllexplatled eatisa ensued. "By the itterference of those personl? .who weie present the two men were brought ot firieudly ternis again, oind alfter some tite they retiiedl to their bed-rono, both sleeping in tbhsameiv bed. In the middle of tihe itight (so it is ri ported) Fitzgerald, latboritig tunider the hiorror', or delirium treitetis, atid being itopresged' witi the idea that Lantram was at...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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PUBLIC LIBRARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 23 September 1848

PUBLIC LIBRARY. IN our issue of the 8th of July, a corres pondent bearing the signature," A Lover of Reading," complained of the want of a Public Library in this town. The laudable desire of our correspondent to have this desideratum supplied has failed tol:Bttract any notice. We' regret this, indeed we have to ihmen.t tl~e supi'leness 'vith 'whicli·''nearly dvery_"piopis.tion is· received in tie district, as. well as the town, that is not directly -or indirectly connected with "profit and loss." There can be no objection to our fellow-towns men being alive to their own interests, or that they should combine ihe i?sefu1; with the agreeable, the profitable with the philanthropic ;as if in their anxiety to have the Circuit Courts and Quarter Sessions extended tothis town, that they should have been ifluenced by the an ticipated increase of the circulation of money that would result upon that event, as well as the patriotic consideration of obtaining cheap law (?), and bringing justice...

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THE SETTLED DISTRICTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 23 September 1848

THE SETTLED E DISTrICTS. The following letter is a reply to some queries sent :o the Colonial Secretary respecting the ocupation of Crown Lands in the Settled Districts: Sydney, 18th August, 1848. Sir,r-In acknowledging the receipt of your letter of the 30th May last, respecting the ocnu patian of crown land within the settled districts, under the regulations of 20th March last, I now do myself the honor to inform you, that the Go.. vernor having submitted thle subject to the Ex ecutive Council, His Excellency has directed me under its advices to inform you as follows, namely : lst. Holders of purchased hlnds, whether they be the proprietors thereof or not, will be entitled to a right of commonage over any adjacent va cant crown lands, but in fee simple only will be allowed to obtain leases from the crown under thle pre-emptive right conferred by clause 10. If, however, the owner of land in fee simple, having acquired a lease of vacant crown lands under his pre-etuptive right, shoul...

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OUR TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 23 September 1848

OUR TOWN. Wiio is the guardian of the town of Goulburn? From all we can learn Goulburn has. grown up to its. present lusty promise.without the tampering of indulgent guardians, such as watched over the in tnt years of Bungonia or suckled by official nursek like the Ber nima bantling. But like WI;ittington with his cat, left to itself, it lias worked itself up byindustry to its present goodiy proportions, and Sightly appearance, un aided, by th&' Govetiimnnt, and unche rished. by. tlhe..surroundinglanided. pro prietary. If it be not too late, we desire to callthe attention of persons interested in thefuture prosperity of the town, to the fact of there being no "Common" attached.to it, except the few acres at its north-east and easterly ends, extend iug towards the Old Township and the burial 'grounds, comprising about fifty acres, can be deemed a "Common." Within the last few weeks portions of this land have been pegged out into a! lotments for sale, so that, unless some one ...

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ENGLAND; OR COUNTRY THOUGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 23 September 1848

... . .. ... ... . . .. . . .- - - . ._ ENGLAND; OR COUN PRY THOUGHTS.. "Home, home, call I forget thee, "Dear, dear, dearly lov'd home No I no! still I regret thee, Far, far, tho' I may roam. Howe, home, there would I be, Dear, dear, art thou to me." The first time I heard the above verse, it was sung by a company of school-children, who were on their way home after attendhing the school during the day. My ilmward prayer was.,. " May ye always thus love your home." The English people are said to be descendetd from a migratory race, truly they at preseutshew. their descent. Day by day, weelt by week, year by year, we read and hear amctounts of many of our country people leaving their native shmores. Some leave England for the sake of trading with a foreign people for goods we have not in this country, and selling what goods they know are required by the people they visit. Some leave England for the purpose of plant. lng amongst the heathen and savage, " The tree of knowledge"--of te...

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ORPHAN PAUPER EMIGRATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 23 September 1848

ORPHAN PAUPER EMIGRATION. LORD GREY has threatened to inundate us with the pauper population of Ire land: no doubt to see how we should like-to have the whole of the mendicants in the three kingdoms transported to our shores. The scheme is disguised in the usual philanthropic humbug of a wily minister, and represented indirectly as a boon to New South Wales--but the boon is in reality to the rate-payers of Ireland. Pauper emigration at the best. is but the removal of mendicity from one soil to another; changing only the locality of misery, without remedying it. People who have long- been inmates of work-" houses contract such habits of idleness and sloth that they are totally unfit for the active' operations of a new colony; -against work they have made a dead set, and all their efforts are directed towards. existing in the way least calculated to distress their mental and physical powers. Pauper emigration of. the least objec tionable class and entailing the most mo deiate expense ...

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Select Poetry. EDITORIAL MISERIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 23 September 1848

EDITORIAL MISERIES. An editor sat on a lofty stool, * A very long pen was stock in his ear, Before him, prodttctions from bore and fool, In hieroglyphics not over clear. *-Ie opened one and lie opened all, More like a machine than a loan, (How imperturbable editors are I) And thus the tmedley ran :? Are you for taking tile ditty off tea? Pray, what's thle age of the Pope ? On what day will next Good. Friday be ?- Are you pretty well off for soap ? Oblige me by stating the longest night.- Did Shelley make a will 7 ]Vfisther I-leaditttr, sur, who vun thle fight- Nobbler or Brummagens Bill ? Can a Peeler legally knock me down, If I ask the way to the ferry? Who wrote thle life of Gritnaldi the elowt ? Wloin did Julius Coesar marry ? Wthen was Tawell the Quaker hanged ? Who bought Lord George's " Gaper ?" Is the " Anabus Scatudens" doubly fanged 7 Are yott goitug to reduce yotr paper ? Wheen did H-Ianntah More breathe her last ? Four threes at cribbage, what's the score? Is the potatoe ...

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SPECIAL LICENSING MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 23 September 1848

SPECIAL LICENSING MEETING. ON Tuesday last there was a special mneeting of the Magistrates, to consider the aipplications for licenses, which hlidl been madelsinketjhe last general meeting. Messrs. F. Macarthur?', W.P. Faithful, J. Chisholm, - Ros-si? jnniotb>:Ciptain · Rotisi, and Lieutenant " •ontgomer"epaserzt. The following were the applicants :?-r.$ Thomas Capel, brewer, of'Goulburri for the "Brewers' Inn," eight tuiles on the BIungendore Road, a Publicans' General Liceuse. refuted. Andrew Newman, of the:"' 5ohn Bariiilf'ycorn," Clinton-street, Goulburn, for a teneial ltibensc. The applicant holds a license for theteta'th-iling of Wine and Beer, and had been refos'ed!a Pubt lican's General License at the last lice?slcng day.. Captain Rassi--You kuock and yotlkn'tocek, and you think that by knbckiitg and kunilcking you'll knock what you.want out,; btt.'ilije Bench can knock and knock. Youi' applied&las li censitg day for the general liceuse,anh y?ou were refused, and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 23 September 1848

TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, RY MR. P. DZXGN&M, On SATURDAY, September 00, 1858, at noon, at the. yard of the " Salutation"Hotel." Y OUNG ADMIRAL, aged 5 year, color dark - bay with black points; got by the imported horse, Old Admiral, the property of the late Mr. Charles Smith; bred by Mr. M'Leay, Brownlow Hill, out of Cleveland mare. t? Terms at Sale. BLACKWOOD'S CHEAP NOVELS. T HE CRUISE OF THE M1DGE, Os. Gd. _t. Tom Criugle's Log, Os. Gd. The Youth and Manhood of Cyril Thlornton,. 3s. Gd. Regiunald Dalton, 3s. Gd. Adam Blair and Mlatthew Wrold,.3s. Gd:::" Lights and Shadows of Scottish Life, '2s G+6d) bL; Trials of Margaret Lyndsay, Gd, ' ""' The Subaltern, 2s. Gd. The Life of Mansie Wench, 2s. Gd. Valerius, a Roman~story, 2s. Gd. : ,: . .'?: The Foresters, 2s. Gd. Peninsular Scenes aum Sketches, 2s. Gdc]'.\' I ;?": Nights at Mess, 2s. Gd. .cOLM~a1 & prPZDDNGDON, Booksellers. Stationers, and Priutsellers, George-street, DIRECTLY opposite the:Barrack Gate, Sydney. NOTIC...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS AT SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 23 September 1848

ARRIVALS AT SYDNEY. SEPT. 14.-Angelina, barque, 434 tons, Mor gan, from Hongkoug. 14.-Speo, brig, 175 tons, Burns, from Auck land. 14.-Martha and Elizabeth, schooner,81 tons Irvine, from Port Phillip. 14.-William, barque, 334 tons, Johnson, from Port Nicholson. 14 -Lynher, brig,- 1560 tons.'Strachan, from. the South Sea Islands. ' " 15.-Emma, brig, 121 tons, Ostorne, from Auckland. ' 15.-Tamiar, steamer, 130 tons, Allen, from Moreton Bay. 15.-Phcenix, steamer, 160 tons, Wiseman, from the Clarence River. 10.-Elizabeth Jane, schooner, 43 tons, Ste ricker, from Moreton Bay. 16.-Woodlark, barque, 246 tons, Smith, from the Whaling Grounds. 17.-William, brig, 149 ton's, Massie, from Lauuceston. 17.-Minerva, schooner, 110 tons, Macarthur, from Port Fairy. 17.-Sophia, schooner, 50 tons, Reynolds, from Melbourne. 17.-Nautilus, brig, 100 tons, Dryden, from Launceston.' -... 10.-Waterlily, schooner, .149 tons, Gwatkin, from Hobart Town. 19.-Pembroke, whaling barque, 200 tons, Porter, from the ...

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