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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS AT SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 8 July 1848

ARRIVAL AT SYDNEY. JUNE 28.–Luna, barque, 349 tons, Yule, from London. July 1.–Secret, schooner, 38 tons, Higgins, from Moreton Bay. I.–Phantom, brig, 158 tons, Fox, from Ade- laide and Kangaroo Island. 1.–Robert Syers, barque, 311 tons, Morrison, from Port Nicholson. 2.–Columbine, schooner, 68 tons, Cook, from Moreton Bay. 2.–Susan, schooner, 58 tons, Piggins, from Moreton Bay. 2.–Emma, brig, 121 tons, Osborne, from Adelaide. 2.–Minerva, schooner, 82 tons, Berkenshaw, from Auckland.   2.–Seringapatam, ship, 360 tons, Lovell from London. 3.–Elizabeth Jane, schooner, 43 tons, Ste- ricker, from Moreton Bay. 3.–Kingston, barque, 206 tons, Harwood, from Port Nelson. 3.–Pocklington, barque, 200 tons, Bolger, from the Whaling Grounds. 4.–Falcon, schooner, 53 tons, Cuming, from Tahiti 4.–Deborah, schooner, 123 tons, Nagle, from Auckland. 4.–Rosetta Joseph, barque, 264 tons, Patrick, from Manila. DEPARTURES JUNE 27.–Emma, brig, 139 tons, Pockley, for Hobart Town. 27.–Victoria, ...

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 — 8 July 1848

PUBLIC NOTICE. THIS Journal will be published every Saturday Morning and dispatched by Mail to Sydney and to all parts of the interior. 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, (late Magee) Pitt street, near Hunter-street QUEENBEYAN . Mr. S. NUTTER. BUNGONIA .... Mr. TRIMBLE. BERRIMA...... Mr. NOEL CHAPMAN. YASS .......... Mr. MABLLYON, Ch.Constable. GUNDAGAI .... Mr. HUNT, Sadler. BRAIDWOOD, .. Mr. WILLIAMS, Storekeeper. LAKE GEORGE, Mr. SAM. CROWTHER. (All letters must be post-paid.) NEWLY-ESTABLISHED   PRINTING OFFICE AND Stationery Warehouse, GOULBURN. WILLIAM JONES takes the liberty to in- form the inhabitants of YAss, Queenbeyan,   Bungonia, Berrima, Gundagia, and the sur- rounding districts, that he has commenced Bu- siness in Auburn-street, Goulburn, near Messrs. Benjamin and Moses' Stores, where every des- cripti...

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"PALMAM QUI MERUIT FERAT." ELECTIONEERING MOVEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 8 July 1848

" PALMAM QUI MERUIT. FERAT." -----0-----   ELECTIONEERING MOVEMENTS.   NOTHING can more strongly mark the culpable apathy and supineness of the people of this district than the circum- stances that, while the whole country is in motion around us, from the Metropo- is to the most northern county of the colony, exhibiting a laudable ambition to place in the Legislature fit and proper persons to represent them, we alone are apparently passive and neutral in the approaching election. The only move ment that has been yet made here, that has reached our knowledge, is that of two gentlemen having voluntarily called on Mr. KITSON, to request that he would receive formally a requisition calling upon him to permit himself to be put in nomi- nation; but that gentleman, politely declined the intended honor, assigning as his reason, that he had already pledg- ed himself to Mr. COWPER in favor of Dr. NICHOLSON, who, it appears, is the only candidate in the field at prese...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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RAILWAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 8 July 1848

RAILWAYS. Now that the Council has expressed an unanimous opinion, that the period has arrived when the formation of railways in the colony ought to be commnenced ; and that, to carry out the project, every   facility should be afforded by the govern- ment to the speedy formation of a Com- pariy tor that purpose; it is high time we should awake from that apathy       which is but too much our characteristic and assert our right of precedence in participating in those advantages which are expected to accrue from their in- troduction. As those districts wherein the popula- tion and internal traffic afford the most   reasonabl prospect of sucess are     entitled to the fist consideration ;we think it will hardly be disputed that Argyle stands pre eminent in this respect among the surrounding counties. Inde-   pendently of which, the report of the local committee, proved beyond the sh...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 8 July 1848

To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald. Sin-- May I ask you who is the Phillip Dignnm, who appears so very large in the columns of thio first number of your (a very valuable and useful publication) the Goulburn Herald. The said personage seems to be much concerned about the monies voted by our Government towards works required in the erection of the New Gaol, Goulburn. If he a digger of wells, or has he at the expenses of the Government obtained suffi- cient knowledge now to dictate to them through his friend Mr. T. A. Murray, that something is rotten and required exposure. What a silly no- tion of the Sydney Morning Herald not to insert those valuable remarks from a director of Go- vernment works here, even though he might be more professed in pie making than with the proper method of taking altitudes, heights and thicknesses of walls, &c. &c. Mr. Lewis is expected by this aspirant to give an explanation why he should give out tenders for the erection of Court-houses,...

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To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 8 July 1848

To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald. Sir-Having observed a paragraph in your first number of the Goulburu Herald, under the head of domestic intelligence, touching matters in dispute between McKellar and Inder, and left to arbitrators to decide upon, may I beg to state that your correspondent has misinformed you in stating the award was given in full of Inder's claim, such not being the case; for it so hap- pened that lnder's claim was reduced Thirty-five per cent.; and should the case have been brought to the Supreme Court, the award would be on a par if not under ' Zero', is the opinion of, Sir, your obedient servant, JAMES SINCLAIR, One of the Arbitrators, 6th July, 1848.

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To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 8 July 1848

To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald, Sir-It has long been a matter of surprise to me,-and to many other persons, that in our flou- rishing town there is no public library. I am one of those unfortunate persons who have no- thing to do, and, strange as it may appear, there are many in Goulburn in the same predicament. The only way in which we manage to dissipate our ' ennui' is reading, in my opinion a most rational mode of so doing; but, alas! after ex- hausting our own store of books, and reading all that we can beg or borrow, we are as badly off as ever, and I know not what fearful results may ensue if we have not a further supply. I am sure that if some spirited individual would start a circulating library, his undertaking would meet with due encouragement. In Bathurst, a town of not greater importance than this, a li- brary has been established, and I see no reason why we should not have one here. I, for one, would subscribe to so valuable an institution, and I know several oth...

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To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 8 July 1848

To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald. Sir- Upon looking over your paper of Saturday last, I observed a list of subscriptions towards building a new hospitai; and also your inviting the inhabitanits of Argyle to come forward and subscribe their mite towards raising the sum of £500 to entitle us to receive that sum froem the Government. Now, Mr. Editor, the inhabitants of Goulburn are willing to come forward with their accus- tomed liberality, if they see fair play; but when they find that all the benefits derived from con- tracting is thrown into the hands of the two me- dical gentlemen attending the hospital, who are allowed to act as contractors, without giving the tradesman an opportunity of deriving any bene- fit fiom it, I think there is just cause to be dis- satisfied. I do not wish to speak disparagingly of these gentlemen, but let them confine them- selves to their own profeseion, and not take the bread out of the mouth of the honest tradesman. Let the institution be managed ...

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EXECUTION OF FIRE FOR THE MURDER OF COX. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 15 July 1848

EXECUTION [OF FIFE FOR Hi · MURDER ON Tuesday mm'orning list, William Fyfe, iwo had b:;en convicted; at the last sittings of tlie Central Criminal Court of the wilful .:inrder of Robert Cox, at Moreton. Bay, suffered the ex treme penalty of the law in front of the. New. Gaol, at Darlinghui'st. Since the announceinent' to the prisonet? of' the day fixed by the Executive for his execution:: he had remained unmoved, almost: sullen,, always replying to any.-:observation, on the ?ub ject of his crime, with the protestationI of hii innocence. He. had been attended since the passing of sentence by Dr. M'Garvie, .Mmr. Ritchie, Mr. Agnew, and Mr. Bode.liham, the latter gentleman being. visiting clei'gyriman of the gaol, preached" the., condemned sermon to the prisoner in the, gaol on:Suutday last. Shortly after eight 'o'elock? Di .'M'Gaivie and. Mr. RPichiei, who'litd: attelded! .the: unfortumiae man for :some hours previously mdndmiiistering ;the lonisolatiotis bf "religion,: led' him-forth...

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MULTUM IN PARVO. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 15 July 1848

MULTUM IN PARVO. [FROM LATE AUSTRALASIAN PAPERS.] SOME Hamburgh merchants who have recently embarked capital in smelting works, have sent to Adelaide for a cargo of ore.-Captain Sturt had written to a friend, saying that he was not to return to South Australia.--A fire occurred in Melbourne last week by a candle igniting some bed curtains, when several small wooden tene ments were destroyed, and damage to the extent of upwards of £500 was done.--The Bishop of of Melbourne hIeld an ordination on Sunday, the 21th June, when the Rev. D. Newhan, ?M .A., of Trili:y Co,llge, Cambridge, was admitted to priests' ullels and Mr. T. H-. Braim, of St. Joht's College, Camnbridge, and Mr. W. Dean, of St. I)avil's Lampeter, to deacon's ordera,-The sheep-owners of Van Diemen's Land are auxioas to put a stop by law to the importation of sheep from this.colony, on tile groutnd that they MAY introduce .the catarrh.-The vacancies in the Port Ptillip Post-ollice department have been fitlled up by the ap...

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Poetry. THE FELON. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 15 July 1848

TRE FELON. BY 5MISS PAIRDOE. The felon sat chained in his prison cell, 'Twas his last bief day of life; And beside him stood those who had loved him well, His parents and his wife ! The old man's heart was well nigh broke, Though his hair had long been grey; And scarce a word to his son he spoke, Ere he turned aside to pray. The mother clung, with a mother's heart, To hope, although hope was o'er: And she wept o'er the ruins which had nob plrtt In the upright man of yore. The wife,-oh, who shall paint the wife, As she knelt by his fettered knee: Her every bursting pulse at strife, And her heart one agony. And he sat there, that bold bad man, With blood on his red right hand ; And he strove to smile, but hIis lip began The struggle to withstand. Yet still he uttered no hopeful word; He spurn'd at his father's piayer; And not a throb of his dark heart stirred At his mother's wild despair. He answer'd not to his wife's low groan, But he looked on each in turn: And a winding light in hi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 15 July 1848

A REPORTER WANTED. W ANTED, a' REPORTER for this Paper. A sOBn? man, acquainted with the duties required can meet with a, permanent situation and liberal salary, by applying (post-paid) to W. Joxas, at the office of this paper. [ADVERTISEMENT.] To the Editor of the Goulbiirn Herald. SIR, My former letter relative to the NEW Count HOUsE, &c., 1 considered very clear, nor didit require any extraordinary stretch to answer it; yet your correspondent Mr. JAMiEs SINCLAIR, (GovernmentContractor),appears sore at my pre sumption, and evades the substance, and wishes me to follow him on another trial ; yet his un controllable animosity will not permit his deeply infected imagination to lay dormant; a good tactician might have constructed something more to the purpose than his puerile attempt that would have shaken, if not overthrown the questions in my previousletter. How far he has done " THAT," I leave the public to decide-for the first step of writing an artful letter, wherein his ...

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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 15 July 1848

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. O" In consequence of the offensive personali ties which deface several, otherwise valuable, communications this week, we have been, compelled to reject them. We must really insist upon our Correspondents to confine themselves to legitimate discussion; for it must be understood, that our object is to.re! frain, as much as possible, from interfering with party disputes. or individual differences, and to notice only such matters as are noto rionsly injurious to the public weal. All ,sb jects of a different tendency, must be signed by the parties from whom they emanate, and paid for as advertisements. YAss.-The case reported is not of sufficient public interest to entitle it to a place in our columlls, WATCrmAN must prepare his manuscript with more care if he wishes " to see himself in print." THE GOULBURN HERALD SATURDAY, JULY 15, 1848. . . .n - -

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 15 July 1848

IMPOUNDINGS, YAss. June 28. -Yellow and white poley bul lock, JSJ rump 5 ribs off side. Red steer, white belly, same brands. Yellow cow, white back and belly, CB or GB ribs, 3 thigh milking side, red male calf at her side. Brown and white spotted bullock, JO rump, illegible brand off side UB near rump. Red bullock, white face, belly and legs, GK or OCK off rump. Red steer, SM off ribs. Brown ox, cooked horns, illegible brand ribs, apparently , over W hip off side. Brindle cow, white back abd belly, WP F under offrump. Brown cow, white back, same brand. Strawberry cow, same brand.. Red sided steer, BM rump, SW hip and ribs offside. Red steer, about two. years old, no tirand visible. Yellow poley heifer, NP F under, or WP: F under off rump. Blue' ;sitded:steer, 'BP'or BY ribs near side. Brown female calfj'unbranded If not claimed in 24 days they will be sold. J.WooD, 13s. 6d. BRAIDwooD.-On the 29th, from the estate of D. Coghill, Esq. for trespass £5. -- Red bull, white back and belly...

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"PALMAM QUI MERUIT FERAT." RUMOUR OF WAR BETWEEN ENGLAND and FRANCE—RUSSIA AND AUSTRIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 15 July 1848

s PALMAM~ QUI MERUIT FERAT." -O RUMOUR OF WAR BETWEEN ENGLAND and F'RANCE-RUS SIA AND AUSTRIA. A vague rumour of the accomplishment of our prophecy with regard to the war in Europe, reached Goulburn yesterday; but by what supernatural agency we are not able to determine. It was stated, that some gentleman arrived from his station in the remote south,? who had seen a Port Phillip paper in which it was stated, that England, with France for her ally, was engaged in war with Russia and other powers, and that a naval en-. gagement had taken place, in which.. the union Jaci~ ano iri-colour came off vic torious. In the absence of more authentic in formation, we cannot, of course, vouch for the accuracy of this information ;:but we should. not be surprised if our.next advices from home fully corroborated the statement. For Russia, which is an extensive territory, peopled by a warlike race, and hedged in, as it were; from access to the ocean, has long been sus pected of'a jealous feeling tow...

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THE LATE SIR GEORGE GIPPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 15 July 1848

THE LATE SIR GEORG iGIPPS, IT may be in the recollection ·of .our readers that on intelligence of the death :of.:Sir :Georgc Gipps reaching the'colony, the Parramatta Dis trict Council voted an address of condolence to Lady Gipps, signed by the Wardeni and the whole of the Councillors, which was transmitted to that Lady. A letter was a few days since received by the Council from the Colonial Secre tary, transmitting the subjoined enclosures. Downing-street, .26th December, 1847. Si3,-I have received your despatch marked separate, of the 20th July last, transmitting an address of condolence with Lady Gipps .on the death of Sir George Gipps, from the District Coun'cil of Parramatta. ,Yoi will inform the Council from which that address ;proceeded that 1 have forwarded it to Lady,G ipps,: and that I received it with much sa tisfaqtiol, as showing that the eminent services of 'Sir George Gipps, which he rendered to the Colony of New South Wales, while administer tering its 'affairs with ...

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THE ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 15 July 1848

THE ELECTION. ACTUATED by what we hope will be considered a laudable -zeal or the in terests of this district, *we attempted, however feebly, in our leading articdle of last week, to arouse the people of Argyle from what appeared to us to be a cutpa ble indifference, as to the result of the approaching election. But, iwe are hap py to find that we have been mistaken in their character; arid that, notwith standing their apparent passiveness, .!ey have ,been exerting themselves in the right quarter to insure the return of a gentleman in every respect qualified to represent them, A requisition, both numerously and respectably signed, has been forwarded to Dr. NICHOLSON by the people of'Argyle, and responded to by that gentleman in the most' gratifying terms.' Therefore, we may now consider that the election eering business of the county has fairly commenced ; and conclude that, neither Mr. FAITHFUL, nor any other gentleman in the district will think of opposing Dr. NIcnoLsoN's claims. ...

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BERRIMA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 15 July 1848

RunAWAY APPREHENDED.-The Chief Con. stable apprehended a man a few days since, who gave his name as Samuel Johnson, and who, on being confined and brought before the bench on the following morning, he stated to have been under sentence of death; and that his associate in guilt had suffered the extreme penalty of the law, some ten years ago. He admitted that he had served a sentence of seven years; and that he had received the above colo. nial sehtence: He-was ordered to be for'warded under escort to Hyde Park Barracks for identifi cation, and on the way down, admitted that he was a run-away. He had a discharge in his possession in the name of Samuel Johnson, which is supposed to be a forgery. Tan " KING" AND " QUEEN." - Mary Ann King, Queen of the " Victoria Hotel," applied to their worships for a warrant against a person named Armfied, a resident in Berrima; but, in consequence of Mr. Armfield being present the case was at once proceeded in. It appeared that her majesty intimated t...

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POLICE REPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 15 July 1848

POLICE REPORTING. EVERYBODY remembers the fable of the old man and the ass, who, in endeavouring to please everybody, pleased nobody, and lost his ass into the bargain; and we are sorry to find, that, in pursuing a similar policy, we are hlikely to .share the same fate. Already have we been ac cused by:parties with shewing partiality in our reports of Police Office cases, on one side we are condemned for shielding the magistrates from public cenisure;::on the other with endeavouring to excite a prejudice against them. Of onurse, this is no "morre thaii we might haveexpected, but iti is, certainly more than we have deserved. Nevertheless, we shall persevere in:the same, straight forward course that we have commenced, leaving it to time and experience to jus tify us.. We are' led into these remarks.in con sequence 6f our repbrts being taken-to task b'Wy"' -ieTh-the'Goulburn magistrates! at the Polid~:.Office., the other day, for the m'anner-;in..which we reported the1 the cases-under:...

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QUEENBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 15 July 1848

QUNEETNiAN. Five hundred pounds has been placed in the estimates of this year towards building a court-. house and lock-up in this district, the present building being more adapted for a hen-house than a court of justice. We are not aware as yet who the contractor is. In this district there is no tradesman of sufficient means and ability to undertake such a task, there being only a couple of journeymen carpenters here. At Bun. gendore, which is 18 miles distant from the township of Queenbeyan, a look-up is to be erected, £100 having been voted for that pur pose, and, which has been long wanted, there being no safe place of keep for prisoners on their way from Queenbeyan to Goulburn, which is 65 miles. A short time since three prisoners made their escape from the constables.'whilst es corting them to Goulburn, and for' which alleged culpable neglect of duty on the part of the con stables, two of whom have been committed to take their trial. The public pounds of this dis. trict requir...

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