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SUPREME COURT.—THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26. CHATFIELD V. SINCLAIR. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 4 November 1848

SI1yiEip.COUR L T.-H-nUtD4r, CvTOt 2G'. Esh:eI ' 0CHATPDLED V. SINCLAIR.; : , fiTihs was an 'eibui o:f assitin'psit, :broight ofn a iiifug 'ag'reement;. it was, tried: at the last qoiiurn ~'siszes before His Eonor Mr.:;lustice. Matitnn i, anl a verdict was found for. the plain tiff;t diiges £310. It appeared that an brder had been obtained that the cause should he tried by n jury of ralf special and half common jhrors. At the trial the Sheriff indiscriminately -called twenty.-fiir namtes, and wrote them on a paiper in the otdiitary way : it was then snbmitted to: ti lpa initLiff iin the lirst instance,.to stirike there. fromI six lutmes; He did so, but as ithenanmes of-the fjroist were not classed as. to.who:were special, anilwlho :were common, it-eould not be g.itr!vhetber all the .nilnes so. struck .out were .lhoseof comiiion ?or special ju~rors:' To this ni?reoe'--f-p'oceeding "tle defeudant :oljeeted; the objection was overruled on the grounpd tit :iitider the act the jury was, ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 4 November 1848

BEEn.-We beg to draw our readers attention to Mr. Thorn's advertisement in another column. By it, it will be seen that he offers to supplya a good, wholesome beer, at the rate of Is. a gallon. In these times of commercial depresrion. the price of a commodity is a serious consideration; and as we have long tested Mr. Thorn's beer, and found it to be a good dinner beverage, we beg to recommend it to our readers and the pub. lie generally. Mr. Thorn's cart is sent to town daily, for the accommodation of the public. GRANT OF LAND.--. leCI dCecription of the following Grant of Laud, with the name of 'he person to whom it was originally protlmis'ed, or by whom it is noiiclsiimee, is 'iblished for general information, in order :that;the parties. concerned may have.n! opporttiity-of correctingl, any errors or omissions that nay have been made inadvertently. It is reotnested 'that 'iit inii ow's MONThri froni thl presentiditsl-teliefollowitig par ticulars may be nccurately fnrnished to this ...

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 — 4 November 1848

To' the Editor of the Goulburn Herald "Envying, fearing, hating none, Guardian Spirit, steer tme on," Sin,-A week or two ago a letter, signed Jus. tine, appeared in your excellent journal, profes sing to advocate the sentiments expressed by your correspondent, Aristides, yet accusing Aris tides of writing in a rough and unpolished style, though he admitted that Aristides told the plain and honest truth. Justice further said, that be. cause the Governor did not visit the district, Aristides was perfectly excused from accomplish ing. his promise, to write to you again. Now, Justice may have been correct as to the reflec tions cast upon the style of Aristides, but he is PERFECTLY correct in what hie says of the truths which Aristides has set forth. However, Aris: tides returns again from his temporary retire. ntent, at the call, of; his fellow-colonists, as his great namesake.,returned from his compulsory retirement, at the call of his' fellow citl'kilis'bf Athens. Aristides lhas'hihd ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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Police Incidents. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 4 November 1848

Before CAOPT HonEL?, J P.. anlJ.~iF. MACAR ut :, tP ? s .qr . ; ,WiLLrAM 'SToliEi',fuSA S UELSIO L o p peared to asw the -coinl of 'Pitrick lu'iy, of:lT6wriing;iii' te disti i'iof Gtoltburn, for mnlioitously destroying exigh'leei rodi' f feiice :belloningigto coiipliiiniin, iby ~whviii he sustained daiinge to tlieL aiiubnt of'?2?s . - '. ., :.Oui rcaders may reinewube: tiat'on the 20th. ilt ,, MIrs av'argaret iSttriei, t'le luilieFr of ne'of defendiaflt s rippeied befoe lie the itclio rgel )with aidiing -aud abetiu g thie iprieni defen diaits in throwirig :ldowni and; stialing the *feuce, and .that she. was disbb ?ise;d. old o.ih, I t ? ;ion of ;ier,. attorney, Mr.gle,as the deiiue aguins ier wis' inisiflif ientt "to ' tsi sltit'it(e'i tlie ehii'rg Storier'aun :Shlowel now appeared on the floor 6f the Cout' as principatls Iin lihe otffcuce. ' [We do notthink it niecessary to give the evi dence ili this case in -etaii, ase it was simiiar to. that aiddiiced on tlioe fObri?'erde~aion.]...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 4 November 1848

TO CORRESPONDENTS. 3M. E.-Arrived too late for the present number. A True Tale 'of. Australia will be continued nest week. ,:.L.A.-Ts thanked. The verses will appear in our uext. If she will favour us with a call, her request will be complied with. ''H'- iE GOULBURN HERALD SATLURL)AY, NOVO MI3BEIR 4, 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 — 4 November 1848

IMPORTANT! HE " GoULBURN HERALD" h]aving 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 Maneroo, &c., &c., it.. may be justly considered the most advan tageous medium through which advertisers can make known their announcements. Subscribers' Names and Adver tisements will be received at the Printing Office, Auburn - street, Goulburn, and by the following Agents : ' SYDNEY ....... Mr.J. oWARDS, Bookseller, (late. Magee) Pitt street, near Hunter-street . QUEANBE?YAN .. Mr. S. NUTTER BUINGONIA ..... "Mr:.: ni B:. E BIRRI.\A ........Mr.NoEL CHAP?.?A, AS.. ...... . .bi..Mi; M rYoN? Ch.Constable SGUNDAGAIT :.'..M.? Sisbi4,:Inn,kleeper J.AKB GEORGE;. Mr; SaNt CROWTHIIER BiJDA :.:..:.: . . i. Monnuts, lnn.keeper lIANQO. ...... -Mr. HaBBURD. AIe1BUI'Y.: .. Mr. D.. AJ ici p. 'WAGGA WAGGA.JrJ. tnRbBERTs, Innkeeper 1VOLL)NGONG..Mr. Mr MUSIGAV...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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COMMON LAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 4 November 1848

COMMON LAND. IN another column of the.present issue will be found a report of a public meeting whidh took place on Wednesdaj last, for the purpose of petitioning the Guv ernor on the subject of a Town Common. Through the haste in which the peti Lion was got up in order that it might reach Sydney at the same time as the Surveyor's plans, an error appears to have creut into it. By the wording of the petition, as it now stands, the townspeople are asking for the government reserve facing Sloane' street to be excluded (with other places) from the operation of the Police Act. We cannot suppose that that spot was meant to be included in their prayer for a conm mon. The ground alluded to was granted by Sir Richard Bourke as a pr'omen'ade, and the good people of Goulburh. v'e are* confident ame anxious to preserve: it for for the purposes ofrecreation,and not as depasturing land. Of all parts of the town, that should come within tile operation of the Act, in order to keep it clear of stray ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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"PALMAM QUI MERUIT FERAT." IMPORTANT EUROPEAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 4 November 1848

" PAL.It' QU,?l-MfJralT r'EAT," A' , i ' PORTANT-'N12'E RoPEAN-'NIV:,, St he'i ar! ii ftal, o :f-ite Loct aing at .Port Pii i111 o i ie;-24th !ul ;, we.aredplaced; SPhilltUt I cald posse i, o nioe'no:i6':{ :]?iblpe. i.it:?!ig8en.e ,,m ?ii, ry',j, :: s extrae ed- fri'i'".; t1he:,t,,pOl Since oui last :.?lviee! t'lieic. a little of. more th.'i>n pasing initerest. 0 o;Fitsi'U idevlition had l:!.okee:i out?'i i ':ian ceas, !entionied by 'the L.antceston Examminer, ithough it is. likely that our coPiemporary Lha, bleiT'ed the reported tns I;acre )f the 'Ali if 'Jualy w'it hiltiof tethree. bloo1 9 ldalys of lutieo. Slr I Englifid notligof; paiirtic'lai interest was0 Ilinifist, aul lie l'ltest mnonTey"' iews is ithis detaiiled in the 'iiiies ;of the 7th Julvy:-'he eZcilteent ii tlie Eiiglish stdek:imarket still con: tiuues, bit although cotnsols shavee igni to-dany xpep::ieinced in dvadince of I pier cent., theshave closed fior the first tinie during' the.'week at'a i-wer quotatntiiii:t...

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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 — 11 November 1848

ORIGINAZ,. A TRUE TALE OF AUSTRALIA. CHAPTER II. [CONTINUED FROM OUR LAST.] THAT stranger was Jessy, three days had passed and still no tidings of Edward, she felt certain that information of her arrival had reached him, and still he came not; not even one line of welcome had she received. Inl answer to her eager enquiries, she had ascertained that on the day of her arrival he was in town and in good health; again she asked was it possible that he was married. No: he was still single. Another anxious letter was written entreating him to explain to her the cause of his silence, and sta ting her unhappy lonely condition, how that she had abandoned all for him, and had now no kind friend to rely on but him. Many perhaps would condemn her for again writing alter his apparent neglect, but not those who have loved with all the devotion with which a woman's heart is capable-I mean love unadulterated by vanity-such feel that ," Tho' offended for the twentieth time, They love the offender an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 11 November 1848

AT Mr. O'Erien's Large Room, Auburn-St. T -E Inhabitants of Goulburn and its Vicinity are most respectfully informed, that on TUESDAY Evening next, (November14,) will be performed, FOR THE BENEFIT OF MRS. STEAD AND FAMILY, (Whose distressing situation is set forth in the " Goulburn Herald" of last week.) THE HISTORICAL DRAMA OF BA RtB A ROSSA: Or the Tyrant of Algiers AFTER WHICH, A Song-by Mr. Tell A Song-by Mr. Holland. HORNP'IPE DY nR. WINKLE, To conclude wiih the laIghable Farce of RAISING TI;IE WIND. G. ALBERT MANAGER. W. HOLLAND, SCENE PAINTER. SALES OF WOOL BY AUC'ILON. M R. EDWARD SALAMONfbegs to announce that he is prepared to receive and store until time of sale, such Wool with which he may be favoured for SALE by AUCTION at the current rate of commission of ONE PER CENT. And also to make CAsa ADVANCES thereon if necessary. Mr. S. will furthermore undertake the pur chase of supplies at the lowest market rate at a commission of two and a-half per cent, WHEAT. HEAT F O R SAL...

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Police Incidents. TUESDAY, NOV. 7, 1848. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 11 November 1848

TUESDAY, Nov. 7, 1848. CHARLEs SMITH, a resident of Bungslore Gap, describing himself as a tailor, and admitting himself a lushington of the reformed class, ap peared to answer the charge of drunkenness' preferredtagainst him byiMr.HMacalister, the Chief Constable. Having pleaded guilty, and it being his first offence for three or four years, his Wor ship discharged him on payment of fire shil lings and one shilling costs, or in default to sit in the stocks for one hour. A SPECIAL LICENSING MEETI-NG having been appointed for 12 o'clock, Messrs. J. Chisholm, J. F. Macarthur and - Ball, took their seats on the Bench. Another Magistrate being re quired, their worships waited until a quarter to one, at which time they adjourned the meeting until the 28th instant, on which. day it is to be hoped that a sufficient number of Magistrates may be found in attendance, in order to dispose of the applications. FRIDAY. Samuel Norburn was fined in the sum of 15t. and costq,1fr being drunk in the p...

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APPENDIX. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 11 November 1848

APPENDIX. Extract:from a Despatch of Earl Grey, the Secre tary of State for the Colonies, to His Excellency Sir Charles. Fitz Roy, dated Downing.street, 26th February, 1847. "I am fully sensible of the very great advan tage which would result from the construction of railroads in the Australian colonies, and I am of opinion that, in order to obtain this advantage at an earlier period than would otherwise be pos sible, it might be greatly for the public interest to encourage the promoters of such undertakings, by allowing them to share in the increased value 'which would be given to the lands through which the lines would pass. " I consider it to be very possible that a well considered arrangement of this sort might ren der the construction of a railway a remunerative undertaking,' even when the traffic of which there is an immediate prospect would not be sufficient to make it so, and this not only with out loss, .but with positive advantage to the public. " I am aware that for the p...

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 — 11 November 1848

TRAMROAD - AND RAILWAY COMPANY. Of a Company to be called the Sydney Tramnroad and Railway Ctompany.: TO BE INCORPORATED DY AN ACT OF TUE LEGISLATURE. PROVISIONAL COMMITTEE : CHARLES COWPEn, EsQUIRE, CHAIRMAN. Win. Bowman, Esq. A. Moses; Esq. Thomas Barker, Esq. Gebrge 'Leany, Esq. James Byrnes, Esq. T. S. Mort, Esq. Daniel Cooper, Esq. T. A. Murray, Esq. Frederick Darvall,Esq. Chins. Nicholson, Esq. T. Iolt, Jun., Esq. George Onkes,'Esq. T. 1H. Hood, Esq. Henry O'Brien, Esq. Thomas Icely, Esq. John N. Oxley. Esq. Arthur Jeffreys, Esq. Robert Porter, Esq. Charles Kemp, Esq. F. Rossi, Esq. John Lamb, Esq. James Simmons, Esq. William Lithgow, Esq. IH. G. Smith, Esq. Robert Lowe, Esq. 'William Walker, Esq. S. Lyons, Esq. E. Weston, Esq. A. Michie, Esq. CAPITAL £100,000. TO BE RAISED BY TWENTY THOUSAND SHARES OF FIVE POUNDS EACH. THE responsibility of the Shareholders will be limited to the amount of their respec. tire shares. Interest for ten years, at 5 per c nn., will be guaranteed b...

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CIVIL LIBERTY TO THE JEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 11 November 1848

CIVIL LIBERTY TO THE JEWS. ONE of the principle results of, civiliza tion is toleration towards men of all re ligions-and this toleration is manifested by according to the various sects of all nations an equal participation in the rights of naturalized citizenship. The removal of thie civil disabilities which at one time pressed heavily, on our Roman Catholic bretlhren, was the result of the march of mind,:and in its onward progress the British Parliiment has been called upon, althougl~ fruitlessly for the present, to enlarge th'e liberties of the Jews by according to them the right of representing constituenicies in the House of Commons. From time to time concessions have been made towards thin singular nation: -the privilege of recording their votes for members of Parliament, that of hold ing some of the most important public offices, the discharge of magisterial functions, are amongst them, and they are called upon, in the usual way, to subscribe towards the exigencies of the Sta...

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 — 11 November 1848

To the Ecltior of the Goulburn Herald. NE QUID vIMIIs, you may perhaps say when you observe that I am again introducing the oft re ferred to topic of aristocracy, We have but with few exception, any real aristocracy in the colony. Where are the high born, and the noble? Where can you find the elevated in intellect, or station ? whose court eous manner, urbanity and kindly feeling bespeak their high rank; and superiority of mind which is too proud to show pride. In early life I have seen much of some of England's proud aristocracy, and never have I witnessed geatcr kindness to inferiors, or such graceful coudecension which sought to confer ease on all around, at the same time repelling all vulgar familiarity. May the tide of anarchy and revo lution now spreading from shore to shore never engulph our native land in the slavery of demo cracy, nor the cry of " a bas 1' aristocrats" be there heard. The word aristocracy is derived, I believe, from the Latin " aris" worship, devotion, or r...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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THE HOSPITAL AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 11 November 1848

THE HOSPITAL AGAIN. Oun readers will perceive that Mr. Kit son, the Secretary for the Goulburn Hospital, has written us a letter in reply to our Articles on that Institution. We think those who read his letter will consider it displays more petulance than argument-an attempt to defend where no blame has been attuathed, cand in order to fix an accusation, tortures the meaning of woids from their common accep.tation. Mr. Kitson will perceive we have omitted a paragraph in his let. ter, from its offensiveness to ourselves. With respect to his moral prelections, we shall ever be content to follow him as an examplar, but certainly not as an instructor. Is it because of two evils, no Hospital, and an extravagantly conducted Hos pital, that the public choose the least, as " the necessity for an Hospital is absolute, " that it is a proof it has been conducted actcording to the unanimous wishes of its supporters.' This we call building an argument upon the necessities of the laboring sick, t...

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 — 11 November 1848

To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald Sin,-Since the commencement of the publi cation of your newspaper, the Goulburn Hospital has very properly obtained a large share of notice in your columns. ]lost of your remarks have been erroneous, and have had a tendency to injure the Institu I tion, but your leading article in No: 18 is so full of muis statements, that I feel it my duty to make some remarks upon it, lest any one should be led to believe that what you say is true, and the Illstitution should suffer: * * * * You say, " The Hospital will be ultimately overthrown if not governed with some regard to the wishes of its supporters." I say it always Ihas been conducted by the almost unanimous wishes of its supporters; not merely of those who jsubscribe £1 a-year and upwards, and who are aloune entitled to vote, but of a large number of nton-resident subscribers, and of a still larger tntamber of uiore humble coutributors. To state that the Hospital is NOT conducted according to the wi...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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EUROPEAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 11 November 1848

EUROPEAN NEWS. Tra Emperor,: after a. quick passage of 102 days from Plymouthl, arrived in Sydneydon Satirday last. She brings 277 emigrants, amongst wthich are: 30 single women, 48 boys, and- 40 girls With one or two exceptions, .they are all English labo.rers, and appear to be a strong and healthy.-class. The intelli gence received' by, this vessel is not of great moment, but the following extracts are deserving of notice : Mr. H-ume's notion for. further .reforms .in parliament was rejected by a majority of..851_ to 84. SThe half-yearly meeting of the Union Bank of Australia had been hleld. : A"dividend 5at the rate of six per cent., per annum had been de clared. The report of the Directors was consi dered satisfactory. The Chartists' trials had been brought to a termination. The Morning Chronicle of July 12 in reference to them, writes as follows: The Chief Justice of the Common Pleas, who presided, is a man of good sense, liberal opi nions, and kind feelings. " IHe had himself ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 11 November 1848

LATE FATAL ACCIDENT.-The appeal to tbe generous feelings of the public, made through our advertising columns last week, in behalf of Mrs. Stead and family, has not, we are happy to say been made in vain. We intended this week to publish a list of subscribers to the fund, but as the subscription list will re'main open a week longer, we defer doing so until our next. HI-UNGo UT NOT DEAD. - A pure specimen of an Emeralder hurried breathless into town about a fortnight since to inform the Coroner that a woman had hung herself " out right" at Bnuga lore Gap, in the hut of her husband, who is a sawyer. Dr. Waugh hastcued to the spot, some few miles distant from town, and was surprised on finding the female alive and kicking-or ratlher sitting very comfortably in the chimney corner enjoying a short doudeen. It appears that the couple had not lived on very good terms for some time past, and that the female had pre tended to hang herself in order to bring her hus band to a sense of her affec...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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WOOL MARKETS. [From Jacomb's Circular.] [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 11 November 1848

WOOL MARKETS. [From Jacomb's Circular.] The second series of public sales of the new clip of colonial wool, commenced on the 22nd June, and closed 18th July. The quantities comprised in the catalogues were 11,131 Bales Australian 7,723.. " Port Phillip 3,580 " South Australian 0,183 " Van Diemen's Land 122 ". Portland Bay 50 " New Zealand 121 " Swan River 1,857 " Cape Total 30,782 Bales Colonial, 1507 Bales East. SItndia, and 800 Foreign. Of the above quantity about 1500 were with drawn. The sales opened at a considerable reduction upon the low price of May last, for nearly all qualities. The attendance of buyers for the first ton days was very small, and the first decleusion of prices, as compared with May, we cannot consider less than 4d. to 5d. per lb. on Australian, which suf fered a much larger reduction than the others, having been in short supply, and above their pro rati values in May. The extremely low prices, produced a large accession of buyers in the last ten or twelve d...

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