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

TO CORRESPONDENTS. AJ. E.-Will oblige by forwarding thle con tinuation. VWHAT are our Country Correspondents doing, that they are silent so long? We hope to have some large butgets from them next week. J. G. M'N.-Declined. THE POT OF3LACKING we Ihave received will be forwarded, according to direction, to Clifford street. R,. R. M.--Your request cannot he attended to. We must decline to enter the lists against the young and beautiful female alluded to. For shame, for shame, Mr. M. ! THE GOULBURN HERALD SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1848.

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 — 21 October 1848

IMPORTANT ! TRHE " GCOULBURN HERALD " - havi2ng now established it self as the local organ of the inha bitants of Argyle, King, Murray, Georgiana, as well as of the large Squatting Districts on the Lower Lachlan, Murray, Murrumbidgee il\aneroo, &c., &c., it may be justly considered the most advan tageous medium thlrough which advertisers can make known their announcements. SSubscribers' Names and Adver tisements will be received at the Printing Office, Auburn - street, Goulburn, and by the following Agents : SYDNEY ......Mr. J. EDWAnDS, Bookseller, (late Magee) Pitt-street, - "near -Hunter-street Q~iEAN'BEYAN .. Mr. S. NUrTER (BUNGONIA ..... Mxr, TnRMBLE I:RIRMltTA. ......r. NOEL CHAPMAN X?ASS: .. ... Mr. MALLYoN , Ch.Constable ZTNDAGAT "..... Mr SIrsoN, Inu-keeper BRIAID WOOD ..:... Mlr.:WiLLIAs, Storekeeper 'jA~Ef'GE'ORGE,. Mr. SA. CnOROWTER UM1IULAN, ....Mr. FILLJAMEs ]UNgNDORE;..BM1r. O. BraNn. B't-l . ) ... Mr. Mor:,ans, in-.keeper J.UJYONqG . lI'.iAT) ,.i: SMaA...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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SYSTEMATIC EMIGRATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 21 October 1848

SYSTEMATIC EMIGRATION. As systematic emigration is occupying so much of public attention at home, it behoveslthe colonists, betore they hail the movement with long and loud appro bation, to inquire how they will be af fected by it, and whether, if carried out to the extent contemplated, it will prove a blessing or a curse to New South Wales. The Sydney Morning Herald has al ready sounded an alarmn on the subject of over emigration, having in remem brance, no doubt, the painful scenes which all must have witnessed in the ports of the country, and throughout the interior districts during the disastrous years of '41 aud '42; when the supply of labor far, far exceeded the demand when men were seen to wander about moneyless, homeless, destitute ; when fe males, many of whom had left compara tive comforts under the idea that they were going to a land where honest in dustry would surely find its reward, were compelled by sheer necessity to abandon the paths of virtue, and embrace the har l...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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"PALMAM QUI MERUIT FERAT." HOW ARE OUR CHILDREN TO BE EDUCATED? II. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 21 October 1848

"PALMAM QUI MEIIUIT PEIAT." -------0-*--- HOW ARE OUR CHILDREN TO BE EDUCATED? II. ON.returning to the above subject, we advise our readers that we are aware of the difficulties which surround it, as well as the array of talent whlich has been brought to its discussion by persons of contending opinions, and how little com petent we are to deal with it in all its breadth and complications. The time has arrived, that we cannot wait to esti mate our abilities for the work, but with out counting the cost, must act, must put forth our superficial advocacy of the great cause of extended education for the children of thile masses, trusting to awaken more able men from their slum bers, .who will arise and strive for the advancement of knowledge. In our last article on the subject of Education, we did not scruple to assert that the principle of extended education was thwarted by sectarian prejudices. It would be a waste o'f labour to attempt to prove it. Those who have read the debates in th...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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PORT PHILLIP ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 21 October 1848

PORT PHILLIP, ELECTION. WI. are happy to find that tile disrepu table. scheme.to prevent the return of members for Port Phillip, has met with a signal defeat. Whatever grievances; our Southern friends may suffter;'from! beirig territorially anti financially con nected with .the rest of New South Wales, we do not think lthat self-dis franchisement would have assisted them in attaining the object which thley had in view, namely, Separation. We would ask them, in what light the Home Government would view the child's game that they played at Melbourne, when they returned Earl Grey as a member of the Legislative Council: would such conduct excite sympathy and respect in the'Cabinet or the House of Commons ? Would the cause of Se paration receive strength in party.or opinion? Would the Colonial Secretary hasten to give them a distinct Legislative Institution; or would Government pause ere they committed so important a trust into the hands of men who knew so little of its sacred benefits, ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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Original Correspondence. To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 21 October 1848

To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald SIR,--Having but just returned from the Port Phillip district, whither I had been led by the most sanguine expectations of sharing, with my illustrious friend, the Duke of Wellington, in the distinguished honor of representing that blissful portion of Her Majesty's dominions--expecta- tions, which, most unluckily for the Port Phil- lipians, were blighted by the vacillating conduct of that non-descript patriot, Mr. Edward Curr-- I am desirous of knowing how matters stand in your locality, since I had the felicity of appearing in your columns under the special patronage of that "Prince of Jehus," and "sterling sample"     of Brummagem ware--Brummy. As it struck me that, under the pressure of editorial duties--such as endeavouring to deci- pher the caligraphy, correct the style, or ascertain the real meaning of epistolary contributions, committing some to the flames, others to the winds, &c.,--you might be constrain...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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ORIGINAL. A TRUE TALE OF AUSTRALIA. CHAPTER II. [CONTINUED FROM OUR LAST.] [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 28 October 1848

ORXGZNALL. A TRUE TALE OF AUSTRALIA. CHAPTER II. [CONTINUED FROM OUR LAST.) I need not state how the cabin fare deteriorated towards the middle of the voJ3ae, and when near the end many articles of luxury for the table which had been mislaid were now disco vered never to have beent lost. After taking you to see the Immigrants home we will return to Jessy. We will step itl and see the Immigrants en gaged. A gentleman and a lady enter to engage a servant whose duty it will be to perform the most menial and multitudinous offices, some such. as at home are alone the house-maid's por tion of dutty. This servant will wear perhaps a blue coat turned up with a melancholy yellow, and a beef-steak colored plush inexpressibles, yet in order to make it sound grand, having read in some fashionable novel of such a domestic they, Itire a butler, though the said butler is never entrusted with the wine, there seldom being tnore than a dozen or two kept in the house which Missus'alway keeps under loc...

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 — 28 October 1848

rADvERTtsEMENT].- wONDERFUL EFFECTS OF HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT AND PILLs.-Nine months since a gentleman residing in Glaslough, County lMouaghan, bad an opening made from the hip to the knee, and a great deal of diseased flesh removed. For three years he suffered night and day, although he consulted all. the most skilful surgeons and physicians he could hear of, using baths, liniments, &c., without effect. He expected to be a cripple for life, yet by the use of Holloway's Ointmoent and Pills, lie is now cured, and enabled to attend to business for the last six months, as though nothing had happened. His address is known to the proprietor of the "Armagh Guardian." ';IERlUS.- Eight Shillings and Sixpence per quarter-if paid in advance, Seu ven hilliugs and Sixpence per quarter. f No receipt is genuine except on 'ellow'pa. per and signed by the proprietor, !W'l tlAA Josas. ADVEIT'I'ISElENTS re chtnreti S 6L. :for the ir'st inch of sp ee,. ,it Is. fi' eaeit hddi tuioul inch, each ins...

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THE HOSPITAL. II. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 28 October 1848

ALTnIoUGH we are not adiiirers.of?tli?'t " absolute," unless great necessity"ca'lls for it, there can be no doubt (to use the, language of the Hospital Committee in their last Annual Report) " that the ne cessity for an hospitalin this district is absolute " Absolute as the necessity may be, it will occasion discontent, and the hospital will be ultimately over thrown, if not governed willth some re gard to tihe wishes of its supporters. Without questioning the sincerity of the committee, in its assurance that the pre sent system" is the safest and best practi cable system that can be adopted for the management of the hospital,. until tihe •field for its operations (?) shall have be come much more extended," yet we must ackniow\ledge the statement is so.vague, and supported by such a questionable .qualification, that we cannot discover a tangible plea for continuing a system of nmanagement which is held in so much disfavour, and which gives .a PUBLIC Hospital all the appearance of be...

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 — 28 October 1848

THE " Irish Felon" is to make its appearance on the 24th instant. The prospectus contains the following items: ".That the Irish people have a just and inde feasable right to the island and to all the moral anul material wealth and resources thereof, and to possess and govern the same for their own use, maintenance, comfort and honor as a state. That every free man ought to have arms anid practice the use of them. That no good thing can come from the English Parliament or Go vernment, That the dignity of an Irish fel0n to British rule is higher, more glorious, aid more sacred than the title of king, queen, judgc, or journeyman." Mr. mnitl O'Brien's Medical attendants qre apprehensive that an abscess has formed n ai' the kidneys. Meagher is also alarmingly ill. Both classes of Repealers are merged in a New National League. It has been clearly and ably shewn that there are not the elemnents of a suc cessful insurrection in Irelaud at present, and that there are counter petitions agains...

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SCALE—THREE PATIENTS PER DAY. DISBURSEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 28 October 1848

S:O I hUOP PATIENTS PER DAY. isIr.: -- r'I LNTs. - t n. eTauil e . .:. ,. 8. 0 0 Mýa?":linite'antice,; &..:.....100 10 0 ii-ii; i .... " . 8 18 0 i ?' of perinteidei; .. .55 2 8 :. ni;ei ri'tex i?ises ... ..., 4 7 8 d:ov:eyanu of .ojfiiedts ... 7 0 0 178 18 4 f -M.iMedical?allow anddo .?,:-,- 00 . 0 0 S.... .88 18 4 'Thr ee patienti pel .'y 180 10 0 Governmenit aid. 18... 30 10 0 `-`Drunkards nes'&c'.. 0:. 0 , 3.8.18-4 84 1 8 S."ALE F.I:P.1ý?NTS PERsDAY. S. . dne , . . .11 10 0. Mainienance&c.' 108 0 0 ` ;Sa?iry n;.' i ipeu? e!iltent. O2?8,. ':.'pto 2 8 Gonve';?ce ofpatients 10 -10 0 . i .? -"-.?, . :.: 20o-12 -2 ;.Medical allowance 80 . :0 0 835 12 2 ifl n fiPT s. Five patients as;above .G< .,227 10 0 Governmeit aid; ..... ...,200 0 0 477-.10' 0 f8 '? , sBI ns u S. S,:OAL: D IGHTPAEI TtI IENT 8;PER' DAkY;". aS Sndries . 10 0 " i Maritei nnce,& -c .::'.. 268 11 6 - Repairs 8l.. :. . 8 SSailiiaryof suie?itih ndnt .. ' 2 8: . .n Tneails, e-'....

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YANKEE COURTSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 28 October 1848

YANKEE COURTSHIP. AnTER my sleigh ride last winter, and the slip. pery trick I was served by Patty Bean, nobody would have suspected me of hankering after the woman again. To hear me jump and, swear, and rail out against the whole feminine gender, you would have taken it for granted that I should never so much as look at one -of. them, to all eternity. Oh, but I was wicked. ' Tear out their eyes,' say I; 'blame thei' skitt, and tor ment their heart.' Finally, I took an oath, that if ever I meddled, or had anythig to do with them again, I might be hung and choked. But swearing off from women, and then going into a meeting-house choke full, all shining and glistening in their Sunday clothes, and clean faces, is like swearing off from liquor, and going into a grog shop-it's all smoke. I held out, and kept firm to my oath, for three whole Sundays-folenoons, afternoons, and in termissions complete. On the fourth there were symptoms of a change of weather. A chap about my size was seen on...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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BAILIFFS SELLING UNDER THE 10TH. VIC. No. 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 28 October 1848

BAILIFFS SELLING:UNDERt T.HE 10'rln. VIC. No. 10. MaR. DI"GNAM, Auctioneer, of this town, having.applied to the Bench. to know un der hinat authority the Chief Constable sold property by public auction as a bailiff of tihe Small Debts Court, in sa tisfaction of verdicts obtained in that court, we think it right to place before our readers such sections of the different Acts as affect the subject, and draw from their consideration an opinion as to the legality of Mr. Macalister's proceedings. The Small Debts Act (10th Victoria, No. 10,) received the Governoz's assent on the 30th October, 1846. The 27th section enacts, that in any case where any Court of Petty Sessions shall make any order or decision for the payment of money, it shall be lawful for the Regis trar of the said Court, on the application of such party in.whose favor such order or decision has -been made, to issue a precept in niaturle of a writ of fieri facias, which precept shall be directed to any bailiff of .any of th...

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Select Poetry. LOVE, WHAT IS IT? [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 28 October 1848

LOVE, WHAT IS IT? I asked a miser, " What is Love ?" And in his dark, suspicious eye, Read, 'twas affection for his gold, Nor would he give more of reply. I"risked"a man, whose whitened locks Betokened age of many years And read, in characters of grief, "'Twas earth," what else could move his tears? I asked.a victor, on whose brow Laurels of triumph" sat in pride; And, in his haughty.looks,,I read, "'Twas the broad field with crimson dyed." I asked a mother, ofi whose.breas': A lovely cherub sweetly slept; ': ', She told in silent eloquence, '" As o'er her child with joy she w "p. . I asked a youth, with sunny locks,:r,;?; o rj( He look'd towards his sire and smiledjr,ry;i; Which woke within my inmost.soul,: ?,?,i? Thoughts of the hours my .youth beguiled I asked a maid--she blushed reply " Sorrow, when'tis unreturned, But when 'tis met in kindred strength, Joys in two fond hearts inurned."

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CEREMONY OF LAYING THE FOUNDATION STONE OF THE GOULBURN HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 28 October 1848

,CEREMONY OF LAYING. THE I"FOUNDATION STONE OF THE 'GOULBURN HOSPITAL. ?N Tuesday last the Foundation Stone of:the New Hospital was laid by W. H. `Hovell, Esq., President of the Inst'tution, in presence of a large body of the..sub-. scribers -.and. townsfolk. . There. is: ,no doubt that a larger number of spectators jwouldl have been present at the cereniony .had not the -weather been so inclement. ITlfe President of the Institution, after congratulating the coinpany preset on', their number and respectability, stated that they were met to witness the pleasing ceremony of laying the foundation stone of a.most useful and benevolent Institu tion ;,but as the Rev. Mr. Sowerby, the Treasurer, would deliver a short address on the occasion, lie (the Presilent) would not take up the time of the meeting fur ther than to say, that after the delivery of the address, by a signal lie would give, they perhaps would join in giving thiiee hearty cheers in honor of the day. The corner stone having ...

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Original Poetry. SHALL WE MEET IN HEAVEN? [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 28 October 1848

SHALL WE MEET IN HEAVEN? Yes, 'tis the thought which soothes life's way, That when this weary coil is o'er, That when we reach that btlest abode, And meet to part no more. When journeying thro' this world of care, Oppressed by power, by pride, and woe, What can alone chase fell despair But that bright world where we may go. Away! sway! with the Atheist's creed, That the silent grave is oblivion's gate, That no after joys or pains await An immortal being in a future state. Is he not immortal? -aye, let him ponder At the sunset hour when all is calm, At the noontide hour, by the rippling sea, Or by the pale mooun's soothing balm. Then let him think o'er the lov'd, the lost, Or of oNE most dear to his youthful heart, Would he then resign that blissful hope Of meeting in heaven no more to part. Are we not immortal ?-oh ! who could doubt When he feels that no pleaisure is without alloy, When our pathway in life is strewed with thorns, 'Tis then the mourner looks to that future of joy. Ex...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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Original Correspondence. To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 28 October 1848

To the Editor of the Goulicrm Herald- Sin, -I was very much offended at your Ai tidle, headed " Is there an Aristocracy in New South Wales ?" for after mainy a rebuff from the original highflyers,'ITfelt myself gradually set. tling amongst them, what with smerking to my superiors, and snapping at my iniferiors.. Your Article appears, and my hopes are extinguished, instead of an Aristocrat, I find myself a` SHAM,. My theological researches convince me you are. right, or one may be an Aristocrat, and yet keep very bad company: for I find froni my studies, that the Devil (the old Serpent, as he is some where called--somewhere I say, for I never ap. proachl nearer to it than Josephus, and he says niothing about the subject,)" is an Aristocrat, a real high-born gentleman, as may be read in that profound theological work, " The Modern His tory of: the Devil," by Daniel de Foe. " His original," says de Foe, "'is heaven-born, anih his race' Angelic--a 'class :superior to' the human; Tlinus ...

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 — 28 October 1848

CHEAP EDITIONS OF POPULAR WORKS. -LITG ITS and SHADOWS of Scottish Life, 2s. Od. The Trials of M'argaret Lyndsay, 2s. Od. The Foresters, 2s. Gd. Tom Cringle's Log, 3s. 6d. The Cruise of the Midge, 3s. Gd. The Life of lMausie Wtauch, Tailor, in Dalkeith, 2s. Gd. The Subaltern, 2s. Gd. Peninsular Scenes and Sketches, 2s. Gd. Nights at Mess, Sir Frizzle Pumpkin; and other Tales, 2s. Gd. The Youth and Manhood of Cyril Thornton, 3s. Gd. Valerius, a Roman Story, 2s. Gd. Reginald Dalton, 3s. Gd. Some Passages in the History of Adam Blair, and History of Matthew Wald, 3s. Gd. I Orders from the Country eopclosing a remit tance promptly executed. COLMAN & PIDDINGTON, Booksellers, Stationers, and Printsellers, DIRECTLY opposite the Barrack Gets TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, - Y 1'S!z. P. DiZGTAIM, At the YARDS of Mr. H. FisHnit, the" Chequer's Iun," on WEDNESDAY, 15th November, 1848, at Eleven o'Clock, Twelve Colts Four Saddle Horses AND SEVERAL OTHERS, TUE GET OF " Merry Legs," " George Four...

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GAMBLING. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 28 October 1848

GAhTBING. - -Th',oT?rous COuTtlAnlti?Nbl rb EscAPE THE POLIOE.-J. Levy was indicted with R. Ashdown, who did not surrender to his bail, for keeping a common gambling house in the parish of St. Martins in-the-fields, ''lhe.prose cutor, Johnl Bond, stated that he knetw No. 17, Castle-street, Leicester-square, and had frequently visited for the purposes of gambling. The de fendant, John Levy, he had known as the master of the house, and he acted as croupier .at the rouleite table. le had plated at rouletit, rouge et noir, and hazard; and when the latter gamth was played, the defendant invariably held the '".bank." The stakes varied from one shilling to twenty poutnds, and the defendant always re ceived an)d paid the money. There were two other persons connected with the house. J. W. Waldlilove stated that he held an appointieint itn the Admiralty; and had been in defendant's house and had played. The defendant hitd in vented a new roulette wheel, which was to super sede the olil one, a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 28 October 1848

IMPORTANT ! THE " GOULBURN HERALD :having now established it elf as the local organ of the inla itants of. Argyle, King, Murray, )eorgiana, as well as of the large .'iattinmg Districts on the Lower achlan, Murray, Murrumbidgee faneroo, &c., &c., it may be justly considered the most advan tageous medium through which advertisers can make known their ainouncements. Subscribers' Naies and Adver tisements will be received at the Printing Office, Auburn - street, Goulburn, and by the following' gents - Mr. .1......r. . EuwAno, Dnookseller, (lateM algec) Pitt street, t ",:rI . ' nerl HI l.?tc l -street QUEANBEY.N .. r., S.. NurTren UNGON1A .,. I, Tiu.lj . lR !I.\4.... r..M NoEio. lAPMtAN~ . AS?'93?:1.it r'. 1 r. MAr Lor:d, Cli Constable UNDr V ' Xi':. ir'.rP iso inIn-leeper 11ll I'I.V.3iD ..... '. W i rrri ii kj. Nti'r eeper ,AKI' EiVfiili'.f.Mr: ~S?. niworuOiiE . I 1 S ): ." ... . IJr. Alonnz s, ,Inn -keeper rlii r . iilj zr: lilt. Y ...... .. l. 1 iic ?lr \1G:\ W'\ X Oci...

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