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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 14 October 1848

PUB.IC NOTICE. DVERTISERS are informed that this Paper, being now irmly established alcnd extensively ;irculated throughout the districts )f YASS, GUNNING, QUEANBEYAN, BRAIDWOOD, GUNDAGAI, BUN GENDORE, BERRIMA, MARULAN, LAKE GEORGE, &c., &c., it Will be foun&. .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 Prlinfing Office, Auburn - street, Goulburn, and by the following Agents : SYDNEY .... Mr. J. EDwAnDs, Bookseller, (hlate Ma.ee) Pitt-street, near Iunter.street QUIANBETYAN. Mr. S. NUTTER. BUNGONIA .... Mi', Tsai.sr.E. BERII.IA... 2·,., Mr. NOEL CHAPMAN. YASS ......... Mr. MALIYow, Ch.Constable. GUNDAGA .... Mr. Si rPSON Innlkeeper. BRlIAIlDBWOO)D, .. Mr. WILIArMs, Storekeeper. LAKE GEORGE, Mr. SAM. CnowHiEsi. MARULAN, ....Mr. FILL,?AES. BUNGENDORE:, Mr. O. BY?...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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EUROPEAN INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 14 October 1848

EU IROPEAN INTELLIGENCE. THE " Agincourt,".barque, after a pas sage of one hundred and eleven days fromrthe Downs arrived on the 6th-inst. ,Slie had ,on board two hundred and :sixty- four .emigrants, (English refugees from France),, who are represented as apparentl:y a useful class for the Colony. SBy.her we are inpossession of English -papers to the,13tlf'June. The news they :contain do not possess any remarkable features of interest, although the unset tled cornditiorn f Europe throughout,gives us reason to expect that great changes ini political:government and social con 'lition:are at hand. Chartism was being daily strengthened with respect to numbers, but the move ment was still confined to the''" sans cuilotte' class :of society. They 'were ent6deavouring to get up simultaneous meetings all over the country. The governmentl however,, conceiving that it ha'd afforded full evidence of its desire to, adopt mild. measures, had at length determined on having recourse to ener .getic...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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"PALMAM QUI MERUIT FERAT." THE LICENSED PUBLICANS' ACT [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 14 October 1848

1 PALMI.UI Qu ItIERlUIT FERAT", ----0---- THE LICENSED PUBLICANS' ACT Oun desire for some weeks past has been to treat of subjects affecting our social position as Colonists, not neglecting our local relations, and to show we regard all persons, high and low, rich and poor, merely as members of the same conm munity. Several circumstances hIiave occurred to direct our attention to the Licensed Publicans' -Act. Whatever necessity there might have been for such an Act. as this is, at the period it was framed (1838), it is full time that the enactments relating to the licensing of public-houses, should undergo considerable revision. We will select a few of our leading ob jections to the Act in question, which with our commentary will form the sub ject of this article. Unimportant as Publicans may be in the social scale, yet as members of the body politic they are by no means so in significant: for good or for evil they possess no mean influence in this com munity, and we conceive that a...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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Original Correspondence. TO THE LICENSED SQUATTERS OF THE COUNTIES OF ARGYLE, KING, AND GEORGIANA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 21 October 1848

TO THE LICENSED SQUATTERS OF TllE COUNTIES OF ARGYLE, KING, AND GEORGIANA.' CoLoNwsTs,--Silne I hal the honour of address ing you by means of a former letter-, your cause has been ably advociteds lby mggot.trates, clergy men, and landowners, in differeqtt.parts. of the interior-?-tkrd, who detes't the idea 6fi currying favor with the great, of strengtheniug, the arms of despotism, and of swallowing ilthe btiit, nick named a pre-emptive right to Crown Lands, held out to them by His Excellency the Govrcnor and the Executive Council;-men, who abhor.en riching themselves with the spoils of the poor, although to them an easy prey because they are poor: and will rather forego their own aggran dizement tllan sacrifice the general welfare. Nobl, have they redteroed their character as Patriots and Philanthropists, and great their re ward shall be ! But notwillisthatdir g what was said and re solved on, at the several nicetings held, on the stliject of the in'pentlding calamity, day after day...

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Select Poetry. MEMORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 21 October 1848

MEMORY. 'Tis sweet to remember ! I would not forego The charm which the past o'er the present can throw, For all the gay visions which fancy may weave In her web of illasibns, that shines to deceive. We know not the future-the past we hIave felt Its cherished enjoyments the liosom can melt: Its raptures anew o'er our pulses can roll, When thoughts of ite imorrow fall cold on the soul. 'Tin swedt to remember! Wheon stooins are ° abrottd, We se'e iu the raiibow, th' promn'ise of God; Tlihe da niay be darkened-but fa~ iu the West, In vermilliion and gold, sinks the dnun to his rest; Witti smiiles like the morning he passeth away ; Thus the beams of delight on thle spirit can play, When in calm reminiscence we gather the flowers, Which love scattered round us in happier hours. 'Tis sweef to remember wheu friends are unkind, Wheti their cdolness and carelessuess shadow the mind, Then, to draw back the veil which envelopes a land, Where delectable prospects in beauty expand; To smell the ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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MELBOURNE MARKETS.—OCT. 14, 1848. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 21 October 1848

iMELBOURNE MARKETS.-OcT. 14, 1848. :FAT:CTTLE.-One hundred and ten head were:sold this week, at from £2 16s. to £3 10s. each, averaging 9s. to 9s. Od. per 1001bs.; andl some inferior beef realized 45s. to 50s. each. HIonsEs are plentiful-Colts and Fillies two to three years old £~5 to £8 i broken in, £7 10s. Draft' Horses inferior £10 to £12 10. Useful I-Hacks £11 to £10; and stock horses from £4 to .£7.

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STATE OF THE SYDNEY MARKETS, 18TH. OCTOBER 1848. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 21 October 1848

STATE OF THE SYDNEY iMARKETS, 18TH. OCTOBEn 1848. WHEAT indicates a downward tendency, and sales are limited. The price varies from 4s to 4s. 9d. for the best samples of V. D. Land. FLOUR is quoted at the Mills at II11 for fine and £9 for seconds, with a prospect of a fill. ,. MAIZE is very plentiful, and the best samples arc,avoith Is. 2d. per buchel. BAItET and OATS are very limited in sale./:i' HIAY.-Van Dienlan's Land compressed' abou. £5 2s. per ton; Lucerne, £3. . . 1 FAT CATTLE.-The supply is plenitifuil, and prices remain firm. Calves fetch 10s. 't?? i accordling to age and quality. .';'!ia FAT SHEEP are on the advance, and enqdiredt for,:theyrule at 7s. to 9s. each. TALLow.-Good beef for shipment at £9to S630, andi mutton from £30 to £31. "HIDES very unsaleable. :. ' Trade is very dull, and buyers only. supply. their present, want.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 21 October 1848

TO F STAND THSZ SEAflSON. AT TI-HROSBY PAIIK, HE ulndoubted High Caste Bay Arab Horse "COTHEN," five years old, lately imported by G. PLArsTOWE Esq. (See certificate hereunder.) Termss:-~3 each Mare. Oroomage 2s. Od. ALSO, TnE Bi., 1. HORSE : d"~ 0 ~ M bSI\T~ID ·,' by " Old Skeleton," out of " Kate Kearney," by " Trumpet," bred by Messrs. Scott, of Glendon. Terms:--?l 10s. each Mare. *·* Mares sent to this Horse will be allowed to run in a secure paddock with him. No respon sibility incurred. [cERTIFICcTE ALLUDED TO.] This is to certify that I purchased.a bay Arab colt with while off hind leg, as a three year old, from SlsK IBnAHsiM, . in the year 1846. I parted with him in consequence of an enlarge nientin the off hock which I was afraid, would prevent-'tFirn from racing. I gave RIe.2000 for hbin. He is a flue large Colt, near 15 hands - higli, and was considered by many good judges as the most promising racing Colt of this year, and is of undoubted high caste. (Signed) W.P. GRANT....

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WOOL MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 21 October 1848

WOOL MARKIETS. LONDON, JUN1 20, 1849.-The imports of wool into London last week were 83015 bales, of which 1402 were from Sydney, 1324 from Van Diemen's Land, 79 from the Cape, and the rest from Germany. The public sales of colonial and other wool commenced on Thursday, and have been tolerably well attended, considering tile dulness of trade, There is, however, a de cided reduction in prices compared with the last series. The first sale was by Messrs. Simes anct Co., who put up 1298 bales, including 784 bales Australian, at 7d. to 1s. 4d4.; and 391 bales Van Diemen's Land, at 7d. to Is 3(d.; the latter price being paid for snow white South Australian was withdrawn. Messrs. Jacomb, on Friday, offered 1473 bales. Australian, 007 bales, went at 74d. to ls. Id.; Van Diemen's Land, 409 bales, at 7½d. to Is. 8Hd.; Port Phillip, 233 bales, at D0d to Is. for sheep's, and ls. id to ls. 6½d. for lamb's; and Cape at 8d. per lb. On Saturday Mr. H. P. H-lughes put up 1079 bales Australian, &...

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Police Incidents. TUESDAY, SEPT. 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 21 October 1848

TUEsDAY, SEPT. 17. Before CAPTAriI HOVELL. SAMUEL DnENISON was ciharged with being drunk in Montague-street, iu thustown, on Mon-, day night last, and not appearing. to pleaidtlle money deposited was forfeited, hialfof thelisum going to the Hospital Fundn. .. . , JAMES THlOMPSON aipetiedito.'nswer, a in-' formation filed againlst liim.:..byytheChief Con stable, for a breach of the Impounding'Act. Mr. Ogle, the Attorney, was eiihloyed for the defence. Coilstable Jones deposed to impounding two goats on the 9th instant, and which he knew to be the property of the defendant, They were feeding in Auburn street, opposite to Mr. Dnck worth's premises. The witness on being ex amined by Mii Ogle, said that Auburn-street is within the reputed limits of the town, that there is grass in the street where the goats were feeding; that the spot opposite Duckworth's is not quite the end of the town; that the corner limits of the town on one side are Mr. Fisher's Inn and Mr. Sinclair'snew buildings,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 21 October 1848

C[AOVElTISEMNNT.J - COLIS, COUGH-S, AND ASTIIHMA EASILY COURED BY NOLLOWA?YS IILLS. -Let no person suffering from Asthma consider himself us past ,ll cure, even if so bad as to be unable to lie down in bed, without trying the effect of these celebrated Pills, as a few doses svill soon carry dff the plilegm and oppression 'fromn the dhest and produce a healthlly action of thelungs. A proper course of thIis famed me dicine will ensure a cure. Inveterate coughs and cdlds will soon yialtl to the like treatment. Tie testimony of the Rev. David Williams, Wesleyanl Minister, at 3Beaumaris, is to this efect most astonishing. TERMS.- Eigit Shillings and Sixpence per quarter-if paid in'advance, Seven Shillings ani'Sixpene per quarter. ? No.roceipt is.genuine except on yellow pa ,per and signed by the proprietor, WLLIAat JONES. ADVERTISEMENTS are charged 2s. 6d. for the irst inch of.space, :and Is. for elch addi tional inch, each insertion; and all advertise ments that do notestate on the face...

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MULTUM IN PARVO. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 21 October 1848

MULTUM -IN PARVO. Tue miners employed at the Burra Burra turned out, in consequence of some misunderstanding between the worltieii and directors. The mountcld policeveiee called in to prevent riot. A shock ot an earthquake has been felt at Ade. laide. It lasted half a minute,-Col. Robe left Adelaide for the.purpose of embarking, on the 41th September.-The new Governor of Swan River, Captain Fitzgerald, had arrived at the Settlement by the last advices.-Sandlewood at Batavia had realised A£2 per tou.-More speci men's of copper ore haid been discovered at the Swan.-The remains of Lieut. Gill, whose me lancholy fite was recorded sometime since have been found, and it was asdcertained that death hadl' not. resulted from starvation but from a wound by a shot from his own gun, but whether accidently or on purpose, cannot be ascertained. -The Queen of Madagascar prohibited the ex portation of live-stdck, anld';the price of provi esiomi at the Mauritius had in consequence risen to an exhorb...

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ORIGINAL. A TRUE TALE OF AUSTRALIA. CHAPTER 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 21 October 1848

ORKGIqTA2. A TRUE TALE OF AUSTRALIA. CHIAPTEi I. " 0! there are partings such. as press The life from out younig hearts." BYnos. " When heart is pressed to throbbing heart, Oh ! bitter, bitter is the smart, Of them who bid farewell." I-lBnn. DoUnTLESS this world is a very happy one to many : there are nulmerous roses strewed over the pathway of life, but tile highest price of ex istenicee-sinucere aTfeotion, can seldom be enjoyed without alloy. And when parting from those we love our future life appears a desert. Snellch were the feelings of my heroine as she was bidding adieu to one who possessed that hallowed gift, a couliding woman's first and purest love. I-He was about to leave his native country to advance his fortune in a distant land. " Indeed, dear Edward, I feel as if we should never meet agaiu, perlhaps you may forget nme in your absence." " Forget you, my dearest Jessy, impiiossible; while I live, I never can cease to thllk of you and to love you 'as truly as I do this m...

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Later English News. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 21 October 1848

BY the " Senator," arrived at Port Phillip, we. havle English intelligence to the 2nd Jui,.'J ' Throughout the British domninions there is much better prospect of the preservation of peaco. and good order than have been expected. In England Chartism has been put down with the "strong hand," several of the leaders being iin custody for sedition, and their public meetings interdicted. In Ireland Mlitchell's convictio4, and transportation has produced .awe, and ddi tress in the Western Districts, and the. cous. quecnt necessity for foreign aid begins to take the place of anathemas against " tlhe Saxons." In Scotland as unlsnual, there is peace, though now. acobmpanied with distress. France is still in a state of confusion. Up. wards of 8,000 people are reported as having been killed in the streets of Paris. The cause of disturbauce was the election of a President for the Republic, Prince Louis Buonaparte being thle favourite candidate, although he lhad with. drawn his pretensions oni f...

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Goulburn Market Prices. FLOUR AT THE MILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 21 October 1848

Goulburn DIarket Prices. * FLOUR AT THE MILL. -'1;;9V 0 First quality............. lOs p'er l001lb Second ditto............?. .14s; 9 Ration .................13s .. t. . Bread, 3.. -the 21bl..onf.

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REGINA v H. MOSES. SUPREME COURT, OCTOBER 11, 1848. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 21 October 1848

IREGINA v I1. MOSES. SUPREME ConUT, OcToaEn 11, 1848. AT the last Goulburn Assizecs the prisoner had been found guilty of subornation of peijury. On a former day the Court had appointed last Satur day to heatr the argnuments oni certain points taken at tile trial, but which at the time were not reserved; these arguments were adjourned until this day. Mr. LOWE wats for the prisoner, and the SoIo?TroItn-GE.s~a.L fo01r the Crown. Mr. LowE, for thile prisoner, in support of thle points, contended, that he might take it as a starting point, that to prove the charge of sub ornation of Pleijury, the original depositions constituting the peijury must be produced, and proved ait the trial in the most strict and formal way. No doubt this was attempted at the trial; but whlien the deposition as set forth in the iii formation came to be proved by the original deposition, it appeared lthat thie deposition of the witness Barber had been talken in an extraordi nary way; thus, on. the fiirst occasi...

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Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 21 October 1848

GUNIG IROAD.--We are happy to hear that the building known as the " lRed House," will shortly be opened as a tavern. If the proprietor conducts the business in a proper manner, he may be sure of plenty of custom. TEA GAIDEN.-We are surprised thatoione of the proprietors of fruit gardens near.i the towi.. do apply for a wine and beer license. In .tlhe: mother-country, ~he laboring classes are n.:i - dulged with pleasant gardens to walk in. diuring Sunday and other holidays, with the additionld comfort of being able to procure on the sp)t:. snuch refreshments as they require.. We do not think the Goulburn bench would object to grant, a liccnce for such a purpose to a respectableI party. THEATnrtcALs.s-Our Amateur friends re co?-i menced their performances on Tuesday .ast. The night's entertainments consisted of til(, tragic-drama of Barbarossa and tile admirable farce of Raising the Wind. A marked,ilmpt?qve ment was displayed by the performners ibqit as: to their correctness il the pa...

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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 21 October 1848

. . nDY, -ooToEn 20. .. Before CPTAlN I-IovELT,; " Mrs. MuogniT, oann appeared to answer the compdiwit of one Patik tilurray, a low rangite, for c'oun?elli~g, didicing,' ard abeting, her son William :Stdrierf lnd anotheir, in throwing down and stealing a portion of a fence erected on comuplaiant's property on the 28th ultimo, wheireby complitlaiatl sustaiined damage to the amount of £-2 os. Mir. George Daniel nlrray appeared for the complainaut, and Mr. Ogle was retained for the defence. After the information was read, defendant's Attorney took several technical objections to it; the first was, that the information contained two distinct charges; 2ndly,, that the offence com mitted by Mrs, Storier was not stated as being contrary to the Statute in such cases made and provided; 3rdly.,. that the penalty was not set forth in the information as far as his client was concerned. Mr. Ogle having argued the points he advanced, Mr. George Daniel Murray was hehrd in reply, and the Bench inti...

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EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 21 October 1848

..EDUCATION :'.'; :': THnEE is nolP a pi0spect of hivlig.the beefifts of a'good anl inorial indl religious: odlaeati?? conferred upon those children, who, :under the denominational system, hiiherto adopted :in thie colony, were completely precluded from nutch! beueflts. This happy result has been'brhiigihti 'about by the laudable and persievering efforts ofi 'one individual in particulah, aided by otliers like minded i il th6 cauie. 'The cry of bigotry was taised Iloud and.long against them-the educna tioital sistein h;iCih tlhey advocated, f'rttnately fif the cboitr~ ivi'tll sbo muclh 'shcess,. hlis beein iattacled Witl e~Oety We'lbh tllht eould be drawn from ihe quiver of tspiting predbiolinaicey, itnd with all the bitterness and irehom uhich could be extracted from genuiiie sectarianism. Butin spite of " high' ecclesiastical opposition, tihe general system of education is to be spread, aind with energy we trust, throughout tihe colony. It becomes every well and liberal thiukig ma...

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FRAUDULENT INSOLVENCY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 21 October 1848

FhRAUDULENT INSOLVENCY. A CAsn of the above nature, which excited peou. liar interest, came on for hearing at the Police Office, yesterday, before the Worshipful tile Mayor, the principal polisce magistrate. The charge was made against Mr. Goodman Hart, formerly an inn-keeper at Marulan, who became insolvent six or seven months ago, at which time the arrangement of his affairs was left in the hands of the Iusolvent Court. The CIviL Cnown-SoLiorTon attended on the part of the estate, and Mr. NicoLs was engaged for the defendant. Thie charges against the defendant were that he had inserted in his schedule a'sum of £201 8s. 7d., as being due to Mr. Michael Farrell, of George-street, for cash lent and on balance of account; and a further sum of £300 asbeing due to Mr. Lonis Barnett for money lent by him; neither of whichli sums were justly due, and consequently that tlhe defendant hiad made false entries in his scheduile for the pur pose of defrauding his creditors, which brought him wi...

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