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

FRAUDULENT INSOLVIENCY. Goodman Hart, late of Marulan, Innkeeper, was indicted at the Central Criminal Court, on the 4th instant, for that he, on the 28th April, being insolvent within the meaning of the Act, did, at the second meeting in his estate, tender a certain false and fraudulent schedule, in which it was inserted that the defendant was indebted in a sum of £201 8s. 7d., to one Michael Farrell, of Sydney, such defendanit not being indebted to the said Farrell, in the said sum. The piisoner, pleaded not guilty. Mr. Michie appeared for the prosecution; and Mr. Lowe for the prisoner. Mr. Michie stated the case; the details were very simple. The defendant inserted in his schedule a sum of £201 8s 7d1, which he affirmed he was indebted to Michael Farrell. This sche dule was sworn to before the Chief Commissioner; he should put in the schedule and the deposi tions, and also call Mr. Farrell, who would prove that the defendant never was, either before or after his insolvency, indeb...

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

IRELAND. Oni. Muait\n Y, the Rqmau. Catholic Archbishop kind many of the Catholic Prelates of Ireland, have warned their flocks in joining the clubs which were being formed. At a meeting of prelates held in the College of 1Maynooth, on Wednesday the 28th of June, 18-18, it was agreed that the following resolu. tions be re-published : Extract from the minutes of the proceedings of the Roman Catholic Archbishops and Bishops of Iralanud, assembled at the Parochial-house, Marlborough-street, Dublin, on the 28th June, 1834:, tlhe most Rev. Dr. Murray presiding: liesolved-That our chapels are not to be used in future for the purpose of holding therein any public meeting, except in cases connected ivith charity or religion, and that we do hereby pledge ourselves, to carry this resolution into effect, in our respective dioceses. Resolved-That whilst we do not intend to in terfere with the civil rights of those intrusted to our 'care, yet as guardians of religion, justly apprehending that it...

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 — 11 November 1848

TO COIRRESPONDENTS. lM. E.-Owing to the publication of the Railway Company's Prospectus, we have been compel led to curtail the literary department of our paper. Next week we will endeavour to make room for a larger portion of the Tale. ELLA.-The verses are unavoidably postponed. We are conaeIENT that no person CONNECTED with our office spread the report alluded to. How are we to send the paper? The publishing price will be given for a few copies of No. 11 of this Journal. Should any of our friends have a copy to spare, we will thank them to transmit it to our oflice. THE GOULBURN HERALD SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 18-8.

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

IMPORTANT ! HE " GOULBURN 1HERALD " having 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 iVaneroo, &c., &c., it may be justly considered the most advan tageous medium through which advertisers can make known their announcements. Subscribers' Names andAdver tisements will be received at the Printing Office, Auburn - street, Goulburn, and by the following Agents : S nYDNEY ..... . . J.DWARDS, Bookseller, near I-Hunter-street' QUEANBEYAN .. Mfr. S. NuTTER BUNGONIA ..... Mr, TRIMBLE BERRLIMA.......Mr. NOEL OIIAPMAN YASS .......... Mr. MALLYON, Ch.Constable GUNDAGAI . ... Mr. SIMrsoN, Inn-keeper BRAIDWOOD .... Mr. WILLIAMS, Storekeeper LAKE GEORGE,.:Mr. SXM. OROWTHER MARIULAN, .....Mr. FULLJAMES BIUNGENDORE..' Mr. .0. BYRNE BINDA ......... Mr. MORRIS, Inn-keeper JurruNbidgeT j Mr. SHEARAN, Innkeeper. BURROWA...... Mr. HURLEY, Innkeepe...

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HOW ARE OUR CHILDREN TO BE PROVIDED FOR? II. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 11 November 1848

HOW ARE OUR CHILD-REN TO BE PROVIDED FOR ? S$. IN our article of last week, upon the subject which heads this paper, we ex pressed an opinion for reasons therein alleged, that the lands of this territory, the ecclesiastic profession and the medi cal, presented anything but an encoura ging prospect of affording a provision for the.sons of persons, who have not been dependant upon -manual labour;-the sons of Capitalists and Educated persons. We also expressed an opinion, that al though the numerous candidates for the profession of an Attorney would find that profession overstocked, yet the arlvan tage of .possessing capital for its suc cessful pursuit was such. tfiat it would, probably for sometime, open a fair field for such candidates who might be for tunate enough to command money. *By a recent law, the children of the Colony may be admitted to practise as Barristers of the Supreme Court of New South Wales. The Colonists owe a debt of gratitude to the person who obtained this privi...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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"PALMAM QUI MERUIT FERAT." RAILWAY COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 11 November 1848

" PALMAM QUI MEIUIT PEIlAT." -0 RAILWAY COMPANY. Ova arrangements this week .preclude our more than noticing the formation of a Company to establish a Railway from Sydney to this .town. The prospectus, which appears in another part of our paper, deserves the serious attention of all who are interested in the advancement of this part of the Colony. The advantages which will arise from the formation of a titrlxoad are various,-moral, politicaly,'d fiti fai cial, and we regret that we.re?Iio?-?a unable at the present to exa'nni lie subject with that care and to that extent which its importance deserves. However, we may direct the attention of the poorer classes to the advantages that the Company offer for the invest ment of small sums in the way ofsshares, each share being only £5, and the instal ments to be not oftener than every three months, and not more than 10s. each, with an interest of 5 per cent. for ten years, guaranteed by Government. When it is remembered that in England lar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 18 November 1848

TERMIS.- Eight Shillings and Sixpence per quarter-if pnil in advance, Seven Shillings and Sixpence per quarter. [ .No receipt is genuine except on yellow, pq per and signed by the proprietor, W?ILLIaMu Josae. ADVERTISEHMENTS are charged 2s. Ol. for the first inch of space, and Is..for eu helt adtli tional inch, each insertion; and all a.v?Ler~ls mnents'that do not state. on the, fi'eg It;ltem the number of timtes they are to be inserted, will be cou tioned until, conanternant.id,4and charged to the parties concerned...,i No verbal communication can be attended to and all letters must be post-paid, or they,will not be takenit in. The quarter's cud on 31st March, 30th June 23rd September and 23rd December, itt which periods only can Subscribers decline by giv ing notice and paying the amount due to. the end of the current quarter. Edited, printed, and published by WILLIAM JONES, (sole proprietor), at .tle 'rimnip Office, Auburn street, Goulburn, :.

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ORIGINAL. A TRUE TALE OF AUSTRALIA. CHAPTER III. [CONTINUED FROM OUR LAST.] [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 18 November 1848

A TRUE TALE OF AUSTRALIA: OHAPTER IiT. [CONTINUED FROMI OUR LAST., WnrILE the object of his earliest and once sincere attachment was weeping in solitude over his neglect, Edward was in scenes of plea sire offering up his vows to another, who he shortly intenited to lead to the altar. When he first arrtived in this colony, his first wish was for the arrrival of Jessy, but as time passeed on, that hope became less eager, and eventually at the period of her arrival, he trusted that she would never come: great then was his em barrassment when te heard of her arrival, then selfishly thinking only of himself he hastened away from the town, and regardless of the feelings of her who he once vowed to love and cherishl through life, he left her unprotected and alone, to combat with disappointed hope and blighted affection; true, that vow was not yet sanctioned by the nlws of man, but in the presence of an all seeing God it had been given, and faith and love had ratified the vow. And what had ...

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RAILWAY COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 18 November 1848

.BATLWAY OQ.CMbl IMNY.::;: We oxtract the. following. from a, Circular, just issued by the provisional Committee, of t!le, Sydney- Railway and ?Tram.road .Company . Theihiimnense advantnages which would irise to tlBe~oloiiiy froim the introduotion ·ofrailways are now igeneally, if not, universally,, admitted aud 'ile suibjeot` has ;ndergone so niiclh discan. siont during the lhst three yedis, -hlit veily littlde'additionall iniformation can, be imparitedi respectiugit :Still; as the .undertnaking.is,.as far ds respets this:colony,, novel in its cha-ac cr' nt;'di e that. requires, for its successful acliieve 'iitn:tlie c so-operation of.. a inumeiirou. b'oil"of colonists; the . Provisional 'Cootmnittee?. tre 'desir'tis tod!lraw :particular ;.:attention ;tot certai Inbcohsiderktious, i palcnlatedl, .asc the be= hl?e?e ii trenovo Prmisapprelhenuions. :whieaa? ?.re said" to prevaiil in the m!indrs,.of! sonmeipernos,' who;, tliough 'fiiedlt llto the ,..object,. notwitti stantdiiig, entei...

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Original Poetry. THE PARTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 18 November 1848

THE PARTING. Farewell, we may not meet again. In this wide. world of .woe and care: ;; Where all our fondest hopes,were,va nit, : And doomed ,to end i . ilek dr pii: ' Alas! lihow iman hopes dec ayO .. Lii0 flowers blooming wtli th 'liglht, Wliioiin the i?evening fade anva, And wttiiier i thebreze ofiglit . Anid we w lo Iov' t:so -lon ;ts0w ell" be: : lhonm iLcilheir fate ior :time e'ould trprt, Are sejeir now, aidloive? Siee?"spel l¾J s o'rnd coless fillseach lieart TII fl, prfidi fidrndr umi neenoless?,'.:.; Tlfnienicsntsd tocb'oth long hours' of pin 'Till 'ech"satid heart in weariness Tlad tuined tolother hopes again? And love:h s fled, atlen'st from thee. -Fortwell 1l..no?, thunu.loua'sti not,; :t;oi:: Wonuld that this,hearn like th.ine wetre , Would that thou too'could t ' e for"ot. TRor madI, hblind loy inght, t I tAr And thinkiing thon would'st bathte sne' = ,In weal or ,ovonncia'ed?~'do :me:':;?' . Agansuaspei ve1 ei eeft no more or?th amrii"notlii ti now to tie, . Tl£hedrea...

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Miscellaneous Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 18 November 1848

TriE WELLIxNTON MAIL POBEnRY.- On Wednesday evening' last, at about half past srven o'clock, the Wellington 1ail was stopped by three men within two miles of Bathurst; at a phice' called the General's Gate. There were tovd passetigers booked for this town ini it,', (a man' and woman) besides the mailman, Wil lian':Aritold.' Three ruffiAts silddenly made I:heii'r'ppiearance, and made' use of Inlguage, thrit we 'fcrbeq? ni metioniig, wilh manty cruel threats Itwo'of thtem were covered with oipossum skins, with holes 'made for the eyes and nose, the third: had a black veil oirer his fnee. They proceeeded in a most brutal manner to execute their plan of plundering. The mailman and wman passenger, James .West, were tied to a'tree with their hands behind thetm. in that tight manner that their hands were quite black, owiing .to the :cirehlation "of the blood -leing stopped. The marauders totok from West, £55 and it ~iateh, atid front Arnold the mailmrin, £5. Westhahd in one' of.his:pockets...

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REMARKABLE PROPHECY OF NAPOLEON. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 18 November 1848

S-RE 'ARKABLE PROPHECY OF NAPOLEON. The'1:olownin is. i'e: i"earkbile propheiy of the Emperor :Naioleon;? it ards LEnlanl; iani , ii Rilssia; andt oiher Enropean states being "a iippiesed passagec of both 1renecli and i Elg hlisi editions of (oiinit Las Cases' iournal : I :iess ti? aiififteeiin .ears, from tie present time, said tli Emperor to me one tdfyi as we sio viein ilhe scdu, fioiii a ioek wlicli over hlene the road, the 'whole -uropeans steniL will be' "liagedi'.'evolutfiniiill siuceed revolittion, intia e iery inntonibecomes acqnuaited v?ith its ndivdual trights' Depend upon it, the people ofEtropre' will not. submit 10ng to be governed by?l hese bands of pett S'overeigns--these aristo' crate c'ainets. T wits wrong 1i re-establishing the'i.niob es of"Par e bit I tdid it to give splenidour to tle tlrone, and refinement to the manners of the peoplewho weie fast sitkin"into brbaiarism' sinc6,the "revollnioi, Tlie 'iemaus of thei fetdial system will vaniisi. befoi teli'iu nm` o...

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A NEW LINE OF ROAD TO AVOID RAZOR BACK. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 18 November 1848

A NEW LINE OF ROAD TO AVOID RAZOR BACK. Oun attention has been called to the ad vantages that would arise to the inhabi tants of the southern district by the opening of a new line- of. road .from Campbell Town to Jones's Inn at Bargo. A memorial in favor' of such was pre sented to Sir R. Bourke, when Governor of the Colony,.. and the.subject was also brought under the notice of the late Sir George Gipps, but from some cause or other, the precis. nature of which we are unacquainted with,- the matter was al lowed to drop. By the- formation of a new line from Lupton's (now Jones's) to. Campbell: Town, across the .Nepean anti Cataract' rivers, a saving of eight miles in distance: iwould be effected; by bit's direct coursi, and by its avoiding the hilly country of Razor Back. a further saving might be. safely calculated on of seven miles, mak ing a virtual saving of fifteen miles. Be sides the advantages: that would arise from an easy, direct, and therefore nmuch shorter routeto6 the met...

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GUNDAGAI. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 18 November 1848

GUNiP, DAG&T. GADnINErn.-NOt sound, I say. CnoMWELL.-I would that you were half so honest! Kheo IHTENY VIIT. ACT V. SCENE IV. A Mr. Tompson, who has resided here dur ing_the past few months in an official capacity, has obtnified the situation of clerk to the Wagga Wagga bench, which it is thought will much better suit his qualifications. The weather to this date has been vert un settled; no longer ago than Saturday last, we hbd a violent squall from the westward with hail and rain, accompanied with lightning and thunder; the climate has been very unsettled for months past. It is now fine with large white clouds floating about, indicating still munch moister in the atmosphiere. Shearing has been much retarded; the hay cr,,p will be abundant ; the 'wheat is all straw with a small ear, and we should' say the etop will'not be so abundant as was expected; if what we have seen' maybe considered a sample of this district. hMicihael Smith, on his return from the Goul burn Hospitnl, ...

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ST. JOHN v. FAWKNER. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 18 November 1848

ST.. JOHN v. FAWKNER. THIs libel case came on for trial on the 8th instant, at the Supreme Court, Mel bourne, and as might be expected was comfortably cushioned.. It is wholly impossible for us to find room for the evidence given, the trial having lasted from ten o'clock in the morning until half past seven at night, at which time the jury retired; and after being absent for three quarters'ofan hour, were called into court, when the foreman stated that there was no probability of their agree ing. After some discussion, it was ar ranged that the clerk of the-court would take the verdict of tliree-fourths, if agreed upon, in six hours (hull past one o'clock in.the morniing.) They were again locked up in the jury-room until eleven o'clock the next morning, at which time the'v "came iinto "o'ioiht,"alid) ht' agreeing upon their verdict, the Resident Judge (a' Beckett) ordered. them n'i . bi discharged. . :. ; : ,.,s Thus ended this Iong talked t o'f action, by which the tiutli ofi ie " ...

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Police Incidents. TUESDAY, Nov. 14, 1848. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 18 November 1848

TSA.. Y. .. . .- Nov. 1:,??.. . 1 4 . Before CiPTAIN HOVELL, 3.P A.FI TI~NG MAT `r ,TioUBLE. Samuel H'all tbetter known as i" Tigey Hall" of the P.-., was. brought up before the Benuchi ?ch'tred. with being.drunk.in th.e public streets' of this town. Cogatable Patterson stated, that on Saturday night last the defendant was in a state of intox ication in Auburn-street, and conducted limself in so violent a manner that he was compelled to' confine him in -the watch-house. The de fendant was a ticket of.leiave holder for the dis trict of Bathurst; but by some scraps of paper found about him, it appeared that he had held a'pass for Broulce. Upon being called npon for his defence, the " Tiger" admitted the truth of Patterson's state-. ment. The Bench ordered him to be forwarded to [Sydney to be dealt with by the Principal Superintendent of Convicts. A TICKET-MAN AT FAULT. - Arthur Smith, a ticket-of-leave holder for this district in the em ploy of Mr. Geary of Auburn-street, appeared bef...

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Original Correspondence. To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald. EDUCATION [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 18 November 1848

T" the Editor of the Goulburn Herald. EDUCATION " LIFE, says Seneca, is a voyage, on the progress of which we are perpetually changing our scenes. We first leave childhood behind us, then youth, then the years of ripened maan .hood, then the better or more pleasing part of old age." Sta,-There is nothing more adapted to procure for man:a prosperous voyage across the ocean of life than a good and solid education, 'ere be be fairly launched, and obliged to steer his own course. A young person, when:the first.nove mentis- made. ot the voyage :of life, beholds ndthidg but scenes of beauty, dreams of: nothing but uninterrupted prosperity, aid' contemplates only at a distance the troubles and:reverses that may overtake him hereafter. At "first,-like the light laden vessel, he bounds gracftully'silong, gales of gentle breath play. around him ?-and'in the full exuberance of hope lie-feels i-confidence that he will now -reach-that haven -of peacefdl and-delightful contentment, which he has p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 18 November 1848

E a e0 S ta ttwon. - TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, BY rzR. P. DIGNAMrg, . . --. At twelve o'Clock, on TUESDAY, 21st. Novenm ber, at the Yards of the " Salutation" Inn. WITHOUT RESEYVS. MARES AND FOALS COLTS AND FILLIES HORSES broken to saddle and Harness SUPERIOR DRAUGHT HORSE. TERMS AT SALE. 4. MR. MORT'S AUCTION SALES. chi.'v SWOOL, TALLOW, AND OTHE'RS PRODUCE, ...:" :" : .'-WILL IN FUTURE BE HELD ~:;-1"r' S EVERY THURSDAY, At 11 o'clock, I? STEAD' O SATURDAY, AT 12 O'CLOCK: : AS HERETOFORE. T?Nalliipg attention to the above alteration, ..` r.:MORT begs to point out (to sellers of produceo more particularly), the great desirable ness of this weekly medium of sale, which he would remind them has during the past five .ears proved so beneficial to those who have availed themselves of it. The charges are very tfhling, und from the regular attendanceof all classes of buyers, the very highest market prices are ensured.. Cash advances madea as usual, and supplies purchased ifrequired for the re...

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To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 18 November 1848

Toi/he Editor of the Goulburn Herlatd. Stn.--In order that I!nuMAN BIRUTLITY and base hypocrisy may be hold up to public odium, I beg to state for publio information the following facts; vhlch please to publish. On Thursday morning last; the 16th instant, a person niot living a hundred miles from the race course, a shoemaker having previously so far iiiiposedon -the unsuspecting credulity of an humble couple, induced them to commit to his prptection a flue female child, about four and a-half years old, anrd through some vindic tive or other abominable feeling he used the poor innocent in the most barbarous detestable and inhuman manner that can be conceived ; having stripped the poor thing and in a state of literal nudity, absolutely beat it with a large strop called, I believe, ly Snobs, a stirrup, till the poor infant's body and limbs presented such an appearance of discolouratiou as would not be credited by any person without seeing : it was heartrending to witness the appearance...

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Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 18 November 1848

QUanrTn SEssIoNS. - A court of Quarter Sessions will be held on Wednesdaynext. The calendar is remarkably light, the following being the only prisoners in jail awaiting trial. John Dunu and Nicholas Hand for robbery, and James Rochfort and James King for stealing in a dwelling. We bave not heard if there are any out on bail. GOVE-INMENT LAND SALE.-By "G0overnment Gazette" we observe that..there will be a consi-t derable quantity of land offered for competition by Government on the 7th December ,iext, in-: cluding 16 town allotments iii Goulburn;, two in Berrimua, eight in Yass, two in Queanbeyan, twenty-six in Gundagai, twelve in Bowning, and twelve in Albury, as well as several suburban' lots in these neighbourhoods. APPOINTMENT. - J. Francis :M'Arthur Esq., J.P., has been appointed Commissioner to take the.necessary recognizances and affidavits of the, Printers, Publishers, and Proprietors'of Newspe. pers published in Goulburn, as required by law. FntEE.STONE.-The work at Wangello...

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