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Miscellaneous Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 7 October 1848
ADMnrNISTnATION OF JUSTIOR CoMMISSIoN. -Letters patent. have been issued by his Ex cellency the Governor, appointing the following gentlemen commissioners to enquire into and report on the administration of julstice in the colony, viz., the Chief Justice, Mr. Justice Dic. kinson, Mr. Justice Manning, the Attorney General, the Solicitor General, Mr. Broadhurst, Mr. T. J. Fisher, Mr. Norton, and Mr. Gurner. Mr. J. K. Holden is also appointed secretary to the commission. The duty of the commission is defined to be to make a diligent and full enquiry into the donstitution, the course of prac tice, and other proceedings of the Supreme Court in its several jurisdictions, and to ascer tain whether any part or parts of these can be conveniently and beneficially altered, extended, or improved, and how such alterations may best be carried into effect; and whether the adminis tration of justice, civil and criminal, may be in any way, and in what respects, conveniently and beneficially extended...
THE BENCH, THE BAR, AND THE PEOPLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 7 October 1848
THIIBENCH'ii HE BAR AND THEE PEOPLL. N.iroLO :ioNIoBO\iPA' , rE ..was a native; of Corsica, and became "a gi?e?at i:an,; in couieil aind i thie field, hut by nio process of :reasoning caiu it lie "ilirined that' all; Corsicans by birith become Napoleon Btuoiapartes.. fThis logical position apearsfnever to" lhave received the due attention of a wor thy Justi.e. of Peace, wvho. ias 'iany. a time and .oft led, on his own.. ari my of iords with that species of chance :gene ialship whlich on some. occasion(idistin gu islhed the martialt cou rse ol his 'inilit`ry prototype. Napoleon looked upon an antagonistic army as if coniquered 'bel ore the first gun was fired or the fi6si s o riielwded so does this gallarit leg ila?ft well iis military. o'icer; and if by fatir. means liis enermyiy cannot be destroyed; ie sileures himi by a gener.alrout: flow fat suclvh condulct meets with tite app lioatiun :of those aflo aippointed him to office, we cannot, say, but 'we can unhtesita ingly and distin...
TRIAL OF PATRICK WHITE, FOR MURDER, AT THE BATHURST ASSIZES. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 7 October 1848
TRIAL OF PATRICK WHITE, FOR MURDER, AT THE BATHURST ASSIZES. PATRICK WilTE was indicted for the wilful murder of Peter Carling, or Carroll, at Broken Shaft Creek, on the 17th June last. From the evidence it appeared that the pri sonar and deceased were employed at a station of Mr. Timothy Sullivan, at Broken Shiaft Creek; the prisoner was employed as hutkeeper, the deceased as shepherd; there was atother indi vidual employed at the same station, a youth named Green, about sixteen sears of age. On the day named three other men arrived at this station; a man named Griffin, a man named Stokes, and another man named Doniergan. Shortly after the whole had assembled a sort of subscription purse was proposed, and raised, to purchase a gallon of rum. The prisoner and Green started to purchase it, and did not return until about midnight. The inmates of the hut -the deceased, Stokes, Griffin, and Donuergan -were in bed. As soon as intimation was given that the spirits had arrived, Stokes and ...
Original Correspondence. WHAT IS A GENTLEMAN ? [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 7 October 1848
WHAT IS A GENTLIEMIAN? Tis is a question as often asked, as any we know, linin m?re dilieulIt to understand, than would be the Itosecruciau mysyteris, to the mind of aPirisian senipstress.. And, No wonder! for it is made up of so many components, so intri cately condensed; that to give a proper defiui tion, we must first understand, in what the conm ponents consist;' an I how these components, assirnilate to the whole. There are so many varieties of Gentlemen in the Colony of New Souith Wales, that it is a pity, they are not pro. perly classed, and distinguished, as a botanist would arrange shrubs, or a mineralogist minerals. A standard could then be better ,formned.. Their relative. varties would,,at once appe"ir,,anid mocli of ,lirh:emystery nnrtavel ld_: "(W'adiitn irt?olassi' fication :'exists, and a?rvery'?injust: ine too. " T lie Spielding, choosing, and placing has been effeceted bya'"i bdly, ivithoi t' a' proper license. l,'Jheire arrangements will not suit-public opinion. h...
LATEST FROM FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 7 October 1848
LATEST FROM FRANCE. [FnOM THE "TIMER,' JUNE 6, 1848.] (By Electric Telegraph.) WE have received intelligence from Paris down to Saturday night. After our reporter closed his despatch from the National Assembly that eve ning, the Assembly negatived the proposition to authorise the prosecution of M. Louis Blanc, by a majority of 368 votes against .832. Au at tempt was made to overthrow the Provisional Government of Milan, on the 28th May, but was defeated by the national guard.
To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald. GOULBURN SMALL DEBTS COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 7 October 1848
To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald: GOULBURN SHALL DEBTS COURT. " My teacher told mc what was accorling to Law was JUST, and that which was contrary"to Law was VIOLENT. Ile bid me take notice, therefore, that a Judge ought to give his opinion with the Law." -XENOPUON CYIOPrmDIA, Bok 1, Chap 20. Sztn,-My attention having been forcibly drawn to the manner in which the judicial proceedings of this Court have for some time past been con ducted, I feel it an incumbent duty to take notice of and point out some of the sayings and doings of the Magistrates who usually presided as:Judges over the same. Thids Court has now been two years in existence, and during that period, I will venture to assert, and would have little dilliculty in proving, that so great a number of decisions, equally inconsistent with law and justice, as with common sense, have not been arrived at in any similar Court in the Colony. Arguments in vain are urged-decisions quoted-respectful remon strances denounced (in br...
THE BENCHERS VERSUS REPEALERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 7 October 1848
THE BENOUERS VERBUS REPEALERS. An accident occurred to-day at the swearing in of new barristers before the Lord Chancellor, which though of comparatively minor import, will no doubt help to swell the tide of political excitement from which this ill.fated country seems destined never to be wholly free. It having been nnderstood that at a meeting of the benchers held this morning, they had postponed the con sideration of the memorial of Dr. Gray (of the FRiEEMAN'S JOURNAL), and Mr J. H. Dunne (a member of the Repeal Association), to be ad mitted members of the Irish bar. Dr. Gray, addressing the Lord Chancellor after the other gentlemen were.admitted, said Ihe understood that his memorial had been rejected, and required to know the cause of his rejection, which he understood was on account of his political sentiments. The Lord Chancellor said he could give no other explanation than that the consideration of the memorials were postponed until next term. Mr. J. H. Dunne then rose and sa...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 7 October 1848
TO CORlURESPONDENTS. " M. E. must forward more of the tale before we can form a judgment of its merits, and should it be approved of, the writer must. agree to supply at least a column a week until it is concludled. A " GENTLEA AI"-.IS omitted this week from want of roow. It will appear in our next. WE have received Mr. Carey's letter. We can not enter into the merits of the case between him and Mr. B, ; our spitee forbids it. ThIere is one thing apparent from this coirespoudent's` letter, that a'watchhotiso ist needed in MAirti ]an. Of.course, parties resident on the spot, are the best judgres ift'the duty of a constable was exeeeded:is the case alltuded to or not. VIATOR.-YtsS.? -Unavoidably postponed. X Y Z &..0.-G NDAoat.-In: outr.itex::t::,. JUSTICE:.-T. o late foir this week's issue.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 7 October 1848
r' PUBLIC NOTICE. t DVERTISERS are informed Li that this Paper, being now ?ly established and extensively .idulated throughout the districts )fYASS, GUNNING, QUEANBEYAN, RIAIDWOOD, GrjNDAGAI: BUN ENDORE, BERRIMA, MAXIUIAN, |AE GEORGE, &C., &c., it Will e found particularly advanta 0eous to Advertisers, as no other Ipportunity exists of giving such sxtensive publicity to their wants lnd wishes, as that of insertion in ]he " GOULBURN HERALD." Subscribers' Names and Adver isements will be received at the sinting Office, Auburn - street, oulburn, and by the following gents :- 'DNEY ......Mr. J. EDWARDS, Bookseller, (lare .Mn7;ee) Pitt street, anpi'r -Unnser-street .UEANBEYAN . Mr. S. NUTTER. IUNGONIA-.... Mr. TIMBnLE. IERI.MA...... M r. NOEL CHAPMAN. 'ASS.......... Mr. MALLrON, Ch.Constable. UNDAGAI .... Mr. SIMPSON, Inu.ltkeper. RAIDWOOD, .. Mr. WILLIAMS, Storekeeper. AKE GEORGE, Mr. SAM. CBOWTHER. IARULAN, ....Mr. FITLLJAMES. UNGENDORE, Mr. O. BYRNE. INDA ........ Mr. ...
"PALMAM QUI MERUIT FERAT." HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 7 October 1848
"PALMSM QO! lIlEflUIT FERAT1: HOSPITAL.: THOSE persons ivlho ireinterested ii`ntie welfare of this I own whether as: it??E spects its appearance, its. prosperity, or the progress of beneficial institutions within it, will be gratified to learn, the ground is nearly ieady for the ieception of the foundation of the New Hospitial. S3ufficient funds have not as yet beeni subscribed to meet the sum contracted for the building, there is however little. doubt that there will be, long before those now available are exhausted. The present Hospital Committee have gene rously come to the determination to ren der themselves responsible for any defi. ciency. As a matter of course the inhabitants of the district would never suffer the shame, of allowing those gen tlemen to be at any loss from their lau dable efforts to secure a substantial and well appointed building for the retreat of the labouring class while suflfering from injuries and disease. There is a difference of opinion respecting the ...
ERRATA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 7 October 1848
In the letter. signed 'Pnr.in;lD publislied'inour, last; issie, whlii?eto titke the folloin, gicotr rections: In the secotui clause, for'' arrsnuenients" it should be " atu Iaueti . _ In the third clause, oi' i"?eitalls":" it should be "Vegetables;", anklin the same clauiise hir " accept the reproach" ini should be" accept these reproaches:' THE GOULBURN HERALD SATURDAY, ..OOT13ER :7, 9 8.
IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 7 October 1848
.IRELAND. TRIAL OF Mn. MITCHELL FOR SEDITION. The trial of Mr, Mitchell, of the " United Irish man" newspaper, commenced on Thursday, May 25, in the Commission Court,. but the greater part of the day was taken up with technical ob jections ont the part of the prisoner's counsel. The second day's trial proceeded, and in the evening, shortly after seven o'clock, Mr. Justice Moore-entered the Court, and the jury having been called, and asked whether they had agreed, the forenian amidst breathless silence, handed down the verdict-" Guilty." Upon the an n9uncement of the verdict, the prisoner's wife threw herself on the shoulder of her husband, wvho stobd near her in tile dock, in an agony of grief. Several of the prisoner's most intimate friends, including-Messrs. T. F. Meaghar, T. Devin Reilly, thle Rev. Father Kenyon, Dr. Gray, Mr. Doheny, Mr. J. B. Dillon, &c., then came foriward to the dock, and gave him a parting shake of the'hand; but before these evidences of sympathy had...
Later English News. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 7 October 1848
BY arrivals from London via Adelaide and Port Phillip, we have papers down to the 6th June. With the exception of the trial, conviction, and transportation of Mr. Mitchell of the "Uni ted Irishman," the general disturbed state of the Continet, there is nothing of much interest. The first of these occurrences caused much excitement in Ireland and Eugland-and in the latter county the Chartists were holding simtul tanecous meetings, and denotinoing the " base, bloody, and brutal Whigs." In Ireland much disturbance was apprehended, especially as Mr. Mitchell's misfortunes had attracted to his cause many thousands, who otherwise ab horred his ultra doctrines. The Irish Confe. deration acting undei the advice of their leader Smith O'Brien, had published an inflammatory proclamation to the people of Ireland, which the "Times" designated a" war manifesto" and from the high state of excitement in that unfortunate country an outbreak may be daily looked for. We find but little in the papers, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 7 October 1848
LOST, Out of M1r. Mrsdeni's Padldock, Goul ':,?!;:"'b~in n, o or abobut? Sep.,23, A CHI1ESNUT IHORSE',, with docked tail, 15 h-nds high, vising4 years old, bianded on near slhoulder -IP and. HT on.neck, -.eWhveier will bring hhim to Mr. Marsden's, Goulbun; ,will receive One Pound:reward. 6th Octobe',"188B. . NOTICE TO SMbALL PARMjE RS To be L'eased for a Term of Years, -FA]R. of. 1,100 Acres of- rich whinu-stone Land, lying and being ii the (OUNT r of •GEORGIANA,:on :the Retreat or? .Little tiver, neair the Wren's Nest,. generally known as COS GROVEiS, with Huts, Sheep-shed and Palddocks thereon,, au. whiebh Fnrm secures at good ands extensive back run.: The Propi ietor would pie fer leasing it .in.Blocks of 100 Acres eich,.at a very moderate rent,, to suit the. eotiverience of the small and industrious. Settler;, but should lhe get an eligible offer, will lease the whole to one person.. '. .. Applications will be received by W. P. FAITHFULL, or, MrWr W ." HUGGART, Sept. 22, 1848. ....
YASS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 7 October 1848
• A S S . . .. (FRON .OUR OWN-CORnBESPONDENT.) A lgihly respoetable meeting of thle inhilitants of this to~'i took .jlace, onI T iesdn y last, in Ihe court-house, to pe'tition thliecrowii for a rediic?'uto of the priicet of land. rThe reqisittion couvetnig ithe ieeting, hiiad beeni hddire ss-d to i-Iutiniitoi Hi-umie," E;sq. .qlP, Jbut that gentlemani wa unaible to atteiid noiug to temporary indispositionl. :. Allan COmiipbell,, Esq. J. P., having been" re qiested toiotlile lhe chair, i series of resolnitioris weU.re cnirrid (fori litichl se ad vertise'ni?lit)' i'id the 'foilowling' 1Ptiioni, iwhich imnbUodied. thiL sen: 'timenitsl of the ineceit'g,n, htlvitig been proposed by Johfiit\V'tsou, Es?IlJ.P und secoided b3 Mfr. polU :Wlton, wnas.tadipid. . untoI-Her Mosl Gracious Majesty Queenv ictoria, ; Queen of the Ulited Kingdomi of Great:BBi ' tauin: tiid Ireluad;, DefeinilFerof the Faithli, &. .S &cc. .:; The Putition of the undersignied Olergymen, *' : Magirstr ates...
Original Poetry. A BALL ROOM REMINISCENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 7 October 1848
A BALL ROOM REMINISCENCE. It was amidst a dazzling scene To youth and happiness entrancing, Gay music made light the hearts Of those, who with fairy steps were dancing. And one there stood, amid the throng, Who seemed the gayest of the gay, But from her bright eye stole forth SA despairing melancholy ray. Though wit, with mirth and laughter Were flowing from her tongue, I saw there was one only form On which her soul and eyes were hung. At length they met as distant friends, I beheld the roserecede, andher.sparkling eye grow dim, But woman's pride came to her aid, Tho' she still loved only him. He passed with-a cold formal bow, Nor heeded he the smile of pride, That conceal'd a breaking heart within, Which vainly sought its grief to hide. In after years we met again, She still was gay and happy to the sight, But her loud laughter seem'd to me An echo of affections, crush'd since that sad night. And such alas! is woman's fate To haveher fond affection blighted, And where most trosted...
Small Debts Court. MONDAY SEPTEMBER 2, 1849. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 7 October 1848
MONDAT SEPTEMBER 2; 1840. CAPTAIN fRossI, J.P., and CAPTAIN HOVELL,J.l' having taken their seats on the Benchl, the Colirt was opened, and the eanses called in rotation. There were few cases of any public interest, tdl many of them were for debts contracted ab'ove three years since, to which in defence the limif tation clause was pleaded iand allowed. SAMUE.L JAcons v. JABUS BLowN, was oh0 first case of any interest. Mr. Jacobs is unotsot as avery persevering dealer in grindstones, slops, timld treacle, and besides having a naturally sea' sible cast of features has added nutch to his intelligent appearancet by mtonting a pair of silver goggles, The plin till' suled on ita Iprois" sory note of lthe dlendlait's which was pay'ble to a certain ir.lividuttal tho was not Mr. Jacobs nor' tihe strtnger that was within his gate, so their Worships intimated that they must fitnd a verdict for the dafendant. -unlAX v. JoNEsa,-This was aua notion to re" ,nvcr lthl surr of l.l'Os. for literary la...
To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 7 October 1848
To the Jdetlo f `the Gorclburn Herald. S9 i.-Allow e:e oain to..to trespass on your valuable space. -Perlit tps t may be foi' thie Iist tiin,, forwlie?I haLva hfiisledri tis letter, I shall, I thinkl have cahlleil.ouryat?eiiion to tihe prici, pial inuisauces aotwhi9ot the:iuthabitauts of Goul ,£he i'shaniful. staite:oftlie streetsis a nuniauca iitedel, Afte."ifi lthours rein they become all but iinupitssublt tohe pedestrian, and every thing buit ereditable to the towuspi ople. 'A pond. esa tending from i luisghrave's to Mr. Thompson's, would, no dilgubtbe extiffeiiely refreshing welt parties allowed to bathe wdtithin the priucincts of the town, but I.fear it would be dangerous for the .editor of the Goulburn H-lerald, or ever Strbbs himself, to, strip in Auburn street. Our streets are unpaved, uncuerbed, only par. tialy.lighted, and infested at night with ai gal of little ragamnufliis, who ought to be in bdd TIhe, Goulituriiites are reputed to be sonrewhal prouil of their town-let t...
Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 7 October 1848
A PnnLic meetifng of persons interested in the openingof n friee-stone quarry iu the neigh boiirhood of th.l'"i7wi, wais 'held on T'hursday. evSiting last' at Mri. O'Brin' , H arp. Inn, Aiublinru stroit, Mi.P. Diglitam in the crhai'. Mr. A. Mayne aiidressel tlie nmeeting, and siBid, thiit he had, wvith ilihe assistance of otlie' parties present, as certained the existenice of nn 'excellent kiuid of stote adapted;: for: the pmrposies f thiliilding, withiilihree-qinarters of a mile of thi towni, und lie felt con'fidleht, ihat it' ~le usuintl process of excavation was:'esorted' to, ai free-stbnt of qital lity'equal to that prbouredlfronii.Wiugello, would lbe obtained.' series 6f 'iesolitioiuis were' adopt ed byythe meet img. Ainongst otliers :the follow i;ti-nioved byt)Mir. Fitzplitrick and nseconded 'by Mfr. \l urray, anid ciriel ; tliat it is the opin. ini of arclittels, practical tradesmen utl others, that a free:stone qutiiry, equal t to llht at \itigelo, call be opened within oini...
SQUATTERS' SONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 7 October 1848
SQUATTERS' SONG. To the verdant plains of Fleecemeree, Our joys are bounded, but our souls are free, Far as the limits are, our cattle roam, -Survey our flooks, and then behold our home. There love abides, and happiness has sway, Cheerfully with industry we pass each blithesome day: Qur's the wild life, thro' pathless woods to range, From toll to rest, and joy in ev'ry change. Oh! who can tell ? not those in cities born, Whose soul would sicken ere a sheep be shorn: Nor the vain votary of gaming and quadrilles, Whose hetad is full of folly, his desk of unpaid bills. Oh! who can tell, save they who spend their life "Far from the vain world's ignoble strife," Th' ennnobling sense-the serene-yet thrilling charm Ol a life passed free, from sophistry or harm. Man here can blissful live from morn till night, And turn what some deem labor, to delight; He gains what all have sought, but few can find, Tranquillity of conscience, and content of mind. Goulburn. M. E.