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"PALMAM QUI MERUIT FERAT." ANOTHER REVOLUTION IN PARIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 28 October 1848
-O "P PALMAI.\M QUI MIIERUIT FEIT.\T. " ANOTHE o ANOTIER REVOLUTION IN PARIS.. BY a "Launceston Examiner," which! has come to hand, we extract the fob! ]owing : ''By the ' Calcutta,' arrived at Hobart Town, and ' Agostina,' at this port, from London, we have papers to the 30th June. The news they contain had, however, been anticipated by the arrival of the ' Peri,' from Mauritius, with intel. ligence to nearly as late a date.. By way of Adelaide, we this morning received news to the 4th July. There was another sanguinary revo lution in Paris on the 4th July, in. which 14,(00 persons were killed. It issued in a new. Govern. iment under Prince Louis Napoleon, who, it was supposed, would be at the head .of a. new. monarchy." : We have great doubt as to the truth of this statement, but we think"it right' to place it before our readers. Shobuld any confirmatory reports come .to, hand: before we go to press, we shall publish' them. SINCE the foregoing was in. type, ouir Sydney papers info...
GUNDAGAI. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 28 October 1848
THE weather here has for the last month been m'ost favorable; it will be one of the best sea sons for vegetation every recollected by any of tile oldest inhabitants in this part. Grass in abunidance; crops beautiful ;' rain one any, next very fine ; shearing entirely at. a stand-still,'be ing interfered .'with by the weather. Since the arrival of R. P. Jenkins, Esq., every thing goes on well: He surprised all parties here by dis-l missing several cases, 'although our other J.P's had fined people for the same offence. We are in expectation of our little township inaking head-wYay now. E. Flood, Esq., is about erect inga' steam-mill; he has employed briek makers and sawyers who are going a-lead fast. Yester day news arrived h'ere of a man being found dead in the bush, somewheiie about the Tuinut, his name is M'Donald; he was first missing about a week back; I believe he was found inon or near a water-hole. 24th October, 1848.
(FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) BERRIMA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 28 October 1848
(FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Ai inquest waslheld on Monday last, the 23rd instant, at the " Queen's Arms," Cross lodads, before George Bransby, Esq., J. P.. Coroner, on the body of Edward Walton, aged 35l'eairs. It appeared from the evidence adduced, that the deceased was driving a team fdr.aman named Skinner, and after complaining of a pain in his head was taken ill and died in a few days. Dr. Edward Allen deposed, that he was a qualified surgeon under the colonial Act. On Friday the. 20th he was sent for by Mrs. Munro to attend tlie deceased. In consequence of being engaged that day and night, he could not attend. Had seen the body of deceased, and believe he died from natural causes. ..Verdict accordingly.' On the. same day another inquest was held by the Coroner, at the " Shamrock" lnn, Sutton Forrest, upon the body.ofGeorge Pocoek aged 44, who had been living with Mr. Montgomerie for some months; but was taken suddenly ill, and died on the:22iad. Dr. Allen attended the in ques...
BUNGONIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 28 October 1848
AnoUT a week since, our worthy magistrate Mr. John Murlihy was thrown from a spirited younug horse that he was riding, and broke his leg. We are happy to state thathle is fasit recovering form the injury. There, is:every prospect of an abundant harvest iii otir district this season, as every, thing looks' beautiful. The wheat and barley promise large crops, and an abundance of grass is every where to be found in the ueig bourhood. ' ,a[Onr correspondent will observe, thatln r iron of his communication was antic edT. We shall be happy to hear from ?? m? tues.]
Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 28 October 1848
JEWISH PERSUASION. - Lady Goldsmid, the Misses Goldsmid andl Lady Montetiore, were present at Her Majesty's first drawing-room for the season. A LEAD MIfrNE as beels discovered on Mr. Ward's property, at Paddy's River. .We have seen a specimen of the ore, which was taken from the surface. It is apparently very rich. We' congratulate Mr. Ward and our -other friends in that neighbourhood on .their good fortune. NEW TINSOLVENT, pMr. Paltrick Grant, well knownin LonLdon and Sydney as ia Newspaper Editor,' 'has filed -hlis schietile.l His :'debts aiunoitit ..o £l31,s., his assets £48 5s., leaving a balaince defiiency of '£83. ;AupooNEER &'sLicENSEs.-The annual meet ing of Justices 'of. the Peace residing in the Police' District.of Goulburri, will be holden at tie Police Office, in the town,.at noon, on Tues day: th'e&28th of November next, for the special purpose of taliang into consideiation lipplications for auctioneer's licenses for the year '1840. Persons desirous of,...
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. Goulburn Herald. Srn,-Will you allow me, through the'medium of your excellent Journal, to give publicity to the following facts: On last Monday morning, along with many others, I was standing in Auburn-street, and ob served two constables take a drunken man in charge, at Duigan's public house-it was raining heavily at the time-they dragged the poor fel low along the ground, and through the streets, like a log of wood, leaving a track all through the mud made by the man's body, to the watch house. Now I would ask, Mr. Editor, is such to be allowed ? Are those men who wield the baton, and allowed a little brief authority, thus to out rage all feelings of humanity and justice ? Is it not sulficient to take a man to the watchlhouse, without dragging him through the streets like a dead horse ? Let.a unaut be.ever so abandoned, K still he is entitled to that protection afforded to the meanest subject. This is not the first in stance of such brutal conduct on the part...
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 28 October 1848
- FRIDAY, OOTOREB 27. Before CAPTAIN -OVELL, J P., and J. F. MAC AnTunR, Esq., J.P. DIoKc, an aboriginal native, was charged with being drunk in the streets of Goulburn on Wed nesday last. The constable stated, that the defendant had been very violent about the streets, and had destroyed several pains of glass at Mr. Richards' holise, in Clifton-street. Mrse. Richards was called to prove the damage, but not appearing, the charge of drunkenness was alone- gone into. Poor Dick, admitted being " berry drunk, him berry drunk-him torry;" and in consideration of having been in the lock up three days, he was reprimanded and dis charged. ANN BIsteor, was also charged with being drunk in the public streets, and that being" her fourth offence, she was ordered to pay a line of 20s. and Is. costs; or go to that " spot on which Sol never shines" for four days. (OnAioE OF LARCENY. - Anne Story, was charged with stealing ten dozen oranges, from the house of James Lyon, a dealer in Auburn street, G...
Police Incidents. TUESDAY, OCT. 24 [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 28 October 1848
TUESDAY, OCT. 24 Before CAPTAIN IIovELL, J.P, and J. Canis noLt, Esq., J.P. BICARDnn DOYLE- WaS fined in the amount of his deposit, (.1 1is.) for being drunk near the boundaries of the town. As he declined making an appearance, the disposal of his tin inet with no opposition. We must congratulate our fellow townsmen that Gonlburu is becoming gradually cleared of drunkards, and that the invincible brigade are now compelled to make expeditions in the suburbs in order to bring ill a LUSHING. TON or two merely to keep their hands in practice. " JoneN ANDERSON, (a regular " my Joe John,") with a carroty " pow," male his obeisance. to the bench ott a charge of having over-indulged in the favorite beverage-rum hot and sweet, in which state he had been seeing an " auld friend hame." From a statement made by one of the constables, it appeared that the defendant was engaged in a scuffle with another man near the town boundaries, and that upon going up to the combatants, the officer found John...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 28 October 1848
BIRTH, ON the 20th instant, at Binda, Mrs. Maurice, of a daughter, still-born. By Special License, at Saint John's Church, Canberry, by the Rev. E. Smith, on Monday 16th day of October, Mr. John Hunt, of the " Don- caster" Inn, Queanbeyan, to Eleanor, the only daughter of the late Mr. James Wilson, contrac- tor and builder of this town. At Goulburn, by special licence, on the 24th instant, by the Rev. R. Walsh, Mr. D. Duigan, of the " Argyle" Inn, to Anne Maria, eldest daughter of Robert Franklin, Esq., late of the County Limerick, Ireland.
British Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 4 November 1848
Tu, KINO oF BAVARIA. - King Louis of Biiwarin, who has lately abdicated the crown in favour of his son, is sixty-one years and a-half old; He sisceuded the throne on tlihe13h of October,'1825,. and consequently reigned twenty trio years nid tive hionths. He, iarrie'd, October 12, 1810, the Princss.es 'lJeresa Sixe Altenburg; The new, Kin i.,' i.ans iin .If., w'as biuoirNbo tvemibet 2S,. 1811, rHe laried ' otober 12] 18, the Princess Miof Prussm.T .he pre sent P:iimeelyt al:1is tw year'is anti ahalf otld Livqrpool. Albilo, *. *, "C.o ra L -f.D" - The: comnmnitteeav i itanc i ste I n phe sli tdl l ' A .'A anccoluntcurr?tit;ot te. obd atial- Tribute ih n d -loi A p i 20?g . ,u h ' ""r ";,-o lettr of iici;no;i g e an i : i! dtof lie toeril .innhoueqc cotributiorns liav-e'eedrqe-' cnurbtin l .y.. o'er i ts ;uii s ..:. i~o.d vthis ipra t.ufg The to. , i, r ; io ' andBinfi'' I.. .. ai2l7K?.lie timl a"ggre'ati'uf e s fisofferiin is o70Q,761;Qy,:9 d ie'foJloafo,\ i your m cien.'ib-sl ,gr. A ...
THE WOOL TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 4 November 1848
THE WOOL TRADE. The following remarks on the state of the Liverpool wool trade, are taken from Messrs. IHughes and Ronald's monthly circular of the ist inst.-So far as concerns private contract busi ness, there was, perhaps, never less doing, and that little is far from satisfactory, being iu.most,] cases attended with very heavy losses to the im porters. In the early part of the month there were some indications of improvement, and on certain descriptions which were in most requiest,. a little advance was obtained; but the continued unsettled state of all1irs, both at home and abroad, caused matters since to relapse. Ott the 20th and 21st ultimo, about 3,000 bales fine co lonial were offered here at auction, which sodd at a decline of ld. per lb. on the previous Lyn. don sales in May, or full 24(. per lb. under our last sales, 30th of March. There was an excel lent assortment of combing wool, but this branch of the trade continues so oppressed that not a single spinner was present....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 4 November 1848
TERMS.--Eight Shillings and Sixpence per quarter-if paid in advance,. Seven Shillings and Sixpence per quarter. F No receipt is genuine except on yellow pa per and signed by the proprietor, WILLIAS, JONES. ADVERTISEMENTS are charged 2s.'Od, for the first inch of space, and ]s.'for each'addi tiounal inch,each insertion;z and1 ill adirltise ments that do not state otd''lie fad'blflthlem the.number of times' theli'drtrtob eb'ihtbrted, will be continued 'until' cohnt tirtiriddJr and charged to the pasties dnicerhed.' r:'p x+ No verbal ooeimuniueatign csf be att`idced to anul all letters mtusta be yost ..?tl" or ? will not be taken i . The quarter's end on 3lst, laychi, 3tlt-June, 23rd September and 23rd Decemnber, a't whic periods only can Subscribers decliie by girv ing notice and paying the amaunt dle,uio" the end of the current quarter. .: Edited, printed, and published by WILLJ??A JONES, (solo proprietor), at the l'inting Office, Auburn street, Goulburn.
HOW ARE OUR CHILDREN TO BE PROVIDED FOR? [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 4 November 1848
HOW ARE OUR CHILDREN TO BE PROVIDED FOR? WIIEN we reflect upontlihe present.state and future prospects of the Colony, as Fathers, the question 'presents itself to our minds-How are our children to-be p.ovided for? The question has refer ence to the children of capitalists and educated persons. It is one not readily. solved, it is beyond us to find a solution for it. Vast as is the territory comprised within the Colony of New South Wales, small as is its population, the available good lands within the boundaries allotted for location, are either alienated, or the Government has put upon them nearly an impossible price ; and in the few in stances where from favoured localities small portions might be purchased for agricultural purposes with advantage by sniall capitalists, the existing Land Re gulations, (which gives over the waste lands to the landholders of 640 acres and upwards,) completely excludes them from purchasing land. The more ex-. tended lands beyond the located districts ...
Select Poetry. THE HISTORY OF LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 4 November 1848
THE HISTORY OF LIFE. I saw an infant in its mother's arms, Anl left it sleeping: Years passed-I saw a girl with woman's charms, In sorrow, weeping. Years passed-I saw a M?oTnER With her childi And o'er it languisih ll: .:i Years brought me beck-yet through :her:tears she In deeper anguish::.. [smiled, I left her--years had vanished-I returlned1," And stood before her: A lamp beside the childless wruow burined , .:,,iGrief's mantle o'er her.i In tias I foiind her whom I left in tears, . On God relying, Andi &c'ti?iedda'gain in after years, iid found her dying. An infantcfirst, -nd then a maiden fair A.wife-a mother And theni a childless widow in despair : : Thus met a brother. And thus we meet on earth, and thus we pairt STonmeet, ollinever :: Tilldealthii' behlds the spirit leave' the heart; ,;,. To live forever. E.'We do not hold ourselves responsible.for the 'opinions or sentiments of Correspotndeits.
AUSTRALIA v. CANADA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 4 November 1848
AUSTRALIA v. CANADA.. : IT is natural for man who is about to emigrate, to consider the advantages which each of the Blitish-colonies offer, before he makes his selection'of, a future home. A guide for this purpose is regularly published by the Colonial Land and Emigration Commissio'iers, in whichl the state of the colonies with respect to the employment of labor, the price of provisions, and tl!'at of..land, .together with a summary of '1the 'numbers who emigrate, is set fohfdrt o general infor mation. The puboliatioh .muit be lookle'd upon, as one of an un~prejii??cjiided kiind' inh as much as those who .compile: it have no private inierest to serve, buit simply to circulate such facts' as may facilitate the intending emigrant in forming a'cor rect estimate of the advantages that each of the British colonies possess as a field. for industry and enterprize. The last number of the Colonization Circular, is an interesting document, in as much as from it can be deduced incontrovertibl...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 4 November 1848
TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, .T ri. . . DIGNAMn , At the Residence of M-r. DUCKWORTHI, Auburn-. street, on TUESDAY, the 7th November, at Eleven o'clock, SIG. and Carriage Harness Saddles and Bridles Bedsteads and Bedding Hotisehold Furniture Phlneto . Kitchen Utensils And.other Effects too numerous to meoution. The owner leaving.for. Sydney. , c: LOTTERY TICKETS."' RANK OF AUSTRALIA PROPERTIES, : AT SAMlUEL :DAVIS' AUSTiRtAIA.i STOP.E.. age sie hts hitherto received. :':: :i IH. would'"also 'state that having done all the i; ilitinery: foi" the Miss Grants since her airivil in Gonlbuin, and the Miss Grants lhav 'ing left; Mrs. I-;. trusts that a portioti of thatt support'liielttliey received may lie extenided to :her, atid hopes thait by strict attention, combined' with moderate icharges and the tiewest style of fashion to' merit a share of public palronlge.-. Mris I-i ites removed to those prliemises for emcrly hi, the bccupation of aMr. FITZPrTzitOK. Butilder, and neairlv opposite 'tlie...
PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 4 November 1848
PUBLIC M?EETING.' - A MOST highly respectable and n.tinmr-e ously attended meeting of the inhabitahts of this town, took place on Wednesday evening last, at the Royal Hotel, for the purpose of petitioning His Excellency the Governor, for the reservation of certaiii portions of land within the supposed new' limits of the township, from the operiatitio' of the " Towns' Police A.:t," in orddi that they may be devoted to the p.urposes of a Co.MMxoN, for the comfort and con venience of the town. On the, motion of the Reverend'Mr. Walsh, R.C.C., Dr. Waugh took' the Chair. The CHAIRMAN having briefly stated the purpose tbr which they had met, the followin- Petition to His Excellency the Governor on the motion of Mr. Bull, seconded by Mr. O'Sullivan, was submit ted for the adoption of the meeting : To His EXOELLENCY Sin CHARLES AUGUSTUS FITZ hRoY, KaoNIHT, GovEnNoR, &O., &C., AND THIE HONOURABLE THE EXECUTIVE COUNCIL or NEW SouTn WALES. TU P'PFTITION Of the nndersigned, "Iub...