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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 25 November 1848

IMPORTANT ! 1HE " GOULBURNw HERALD " 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 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. EDWAnRDS, Bookseller, (late Magee) Pitt-street, near Hunter-street QUEANBEYAN .. Mr. S. NUTTER BUNGONIA..... Mr. TRIMBLE BERRIMA.......Mr. NOEL CnHAPrAN YASS ......... .Mr. MALLYON, Ch.Constable GUNDAGAI ..... Mr. SIMPsoN. Inn.keeper BRAID WOOD .... Mr. WILLIAMS, Storekeeper LAKE GEORGE,. Mr. SAM. CROWTHER MIARULAN, .....Mr. FUILLFAMES BUNGENDORE.. Mr. O. BYRNE BINDA........... Mr. MoanIs, Inn-keeper JUJYOONG FLAT M. Murrumbidgee Mr SHEAHAN, Innkeeper....

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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"PALMAM QUI MERUIT FERAT." THE LAST DESPATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 25 November 1848

" PALMAM QUI MEnu'iT FErAT." T. THE LAST DESPATCH. THE Despatch of -EARL GREY On the subject.of'the proposed changes in the constitution of the colony is very satis factory, in more points of view than one.. First.----It is a concession to just prin ciples expounded by' the Colonists. Secondly.-It is an earnest that the libe ral politics of the Russell administration are about to influence the governmient of this remote dependence of the Crown. Thirdly.-It is a proofi that the efforts of the inhabitants of this great territory when directed towards the acheivement of vthast is just and politic, will not be made in vain. In all. these points of view, the despatch is most important. EARL GREY-expresses in more places than one, his attention and deference to public opinion, legitimately expressed : ''.I have given my best consideration to the representations thus addressed to me, and have delayed answering you for some time in consequence of the expec tation held out in your Despaches ...

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 — 25 November 1848

TO CORRESPONDENTS. Miss'- 's letter has been received. The cotn ceited ass she alludes to is doubtless a nui stince to her. Poqr fellow! he:considers him self the handsomcst man in Gojilburn ! We have a rod in pickle for him. KITTY is thanuked, but declined. THE GOULBURN HERALD SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 18i8.

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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British Extracts. THE INTENDED ROYAL VISIT TO IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 25 November 1848

T1HE INTENDED ROYAL VIsIT TO IRELAND. Regurding the postponement of the Queen's visit to Ireland, the "Dublin Evening Post" says: " But for the tacit sanction and encouragement given to the conceited coxcombs whom vanity led from one step to. another, until it immersed them in desperation and crime, Dublin, during the coming autumn would have been the most brilliant capital in Europe. Ministers were pre pared to propose, and parliament was disposed to give a large and liberal grant, to support the splendour of a royal visit; not only the noble and wealthy of England, but many of the conti nental princes, would have visited our shores customers would lhave stood at our counters motion would have been given to our deserted looms, anti activity to our silent workshops. And all this has been given up for the mere sake of allowing mendacity to perpetuate men dicity ; for shouting in the wake of a " suggan" king of Munster, and for listening to the trash of a few noisy boys, and the vapid...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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Goulburn Quarter Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 25 November 1848

The Court openeed Wednesday mornnigi,, the 22d instant, before S. Raymond,;?iEsq.,Qhqiir;-l man; the following magistrates were .,q, tl h bench, Messrs. J. Francis Mc'Arthur,~,iW..~ oli Hovell and -- Ball.:. . ?41 i" I WV.m The following juryinen were:fiued lijthe syl.,a of forty shillings .each, for ?non 4ttqgtane,!I pe, John Armstrdng,, Thomas Clarke, Johyion1~a,,s James Sinclair, Joseph Peters, James Crqightqor, apnd John Davis... . rr!i Lua ln iv JAMEs KING, late of Bolong, laborer,was sin) dieted for assaulting one Mary, Kellyna.nndfel9o,-w, niiously breaking into the house-of, thejtsapme y and'stealing there-from an one pound niote, forlys? shillings in silver, and one handkerchieflof-ithQi value of six-pence, at the Levels on, thef~9,thi.of August ladt, . , : ' i t? vil Mr. Ogle, who appeared for;the;prisonu?4Wsaiqtl that upon. ;reading over the ,depositionps,:i .theili case, he had thought it advisqabletoerecommentlC o his client to plead guilty,j and ,thr;9,r lJ.Iiixsif,) u...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 2 December 1848

IMPOUNDINGS. OLD COLLBECToa.-On the 8thNovember, from Lake George: Red sided cow, while beck aind belly, white face, branded I R off rump, 5 years old. By' J. Keniey: Strawberry si-er, IR ,ff rump, 0 months old. Red cow, white belly, cockedhlorns, slit in off ear, broudeil all.iparely H? near liigh inot legible; an iildescri'bible bit;nrl oil bff "ribs, agedl; red 'li'le ?ilf' hi tier side not brianded, 3 month's old.; Bliiek bhillifno brand visible, .12 moinths ol il "daiiiiis'es,!.il. ench. By Mr. H. Eilitiibuhgil, WT')Tl'mii~ll'lg Enitire chl sllit ecolt, lo?li't';i. il,'i 'tlt '6ii i ',f'ieli,"il while off ribs, lower part of off lire g slid liiiidl leg whilie, briiitIed 'A 'near? sl'Ahii i ldeilp . l eiii.n old, 14 hanid hliglih' d a;i?n'e :5'::-'iill d.b ive' are not clainiledi'ni or hefdre tlie 4 Ilfih.t-nliier, thev will be sold. J Sliti lani, '.Piuldki Vr t'rl BONG BONKG.2 Oii li'iieh' 'lin ' Iileitmhiet riii'f the estiie of 0Chailes ; itsl'l u i ^?, Tq-- feit if mare, blac...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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CHARGE OF POISONING AT A PUBLIC DINNER. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 2 December 1848

CHARGE OF POISONING AT A PUBLIC DIN NERl. EDMIUnD Franklinll andt Edward nnndnll, were iudicted for :na lslaughlter, in having feloni. ously, on the 7th of June, causedte tlhedeath of William Cornfield, by administering to, and causing to be taken by him a certain quautity of arsenite of'copper. Thero .were several counts in. the indlictinent, which was very lengthy, charging the offence in different ways. This case hadi excited 'a very great sensation in.lthis town and part of the country, whilst it will furnish a most impressive warning to all ctisllnlmlsrs, If not to all purveyors of food. The pdisfiter Franklin had resided in this town for erv' many' vears, carryillg on upon an extensive ssiileithe business of a confectioner, and been thihly respected. The youniger prisoner was a i'e'ijpeetable youth in his employ. The deceased was a geiltlemnan nmuch respected. It seeimedl that Mr. Cornlield was an account ant in good business here. I-Ie took a strong interest in the affairs re...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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Original Poetry. REPLY TO THE PARTING OF "ELLA," IN THE "GOULBURN HERALD," NOV., 18, 1848. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 2 December 1848

~vifl_ _ REPLY TO THE PARTING OF "ELLA," IN.TIHE "GOULBURIN IIERALD," NOV., 18, 18j8. ' Even I for once produced some verses, And sigu'd my Odes'Despairing Ti'yrsis.'" BYRON's MAZEPPA. I' : LADY-I would not have thee deem, •:Thy hallow'd love unprized by me; .N, or should thy tender spirit dream . One instant, this could ever be. II. :My' y'coldness ne'er took birth from pride, ca-?Iuy cnuse of absence, thou could'st gaess, I tell thee, exiled from thy side, T::otme, the world's a wilderness. III. S"'Ti"i well--" I'm nothing now to thee," ' :Stili?l'deep regret thy lines avow, A.' hna,'tho' exulting " thou art free," " Grief yet may streak thy angel brow. IV. I wobuld not have it,-be mine: ,. .-. ,, :::The power, anud mine the spell, .. To banlish from thy breast (the shrine, . - - Where-love for mne did purely dwell). ?ii" All sorrow, all regret, all woe, That sense of slighted love might bear; 'Tis quite enutgh fur mue to know I lived for one bright moment there. VI 'If on thy pag...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 2 December 1848

RS. STEAD begs to return her most siu'i '_ cere and heartfelt thanks to the. inha: bitailts'of Yass, Gundaroo, and Goulburii,"ar; the assistance she has received at their liaiids: to enable her to meet her distresses under tlhe awful visitation she is labouring, and Ihumbl' prays that Divine Providence will return it to them ten-told. Fairfield, Gundaroo, Nov. 24, 1848. GOULBURN - TOWN ' ALLOTMENTS..: DARTIES interested in the purc.hnse if :?i$i. . wishing. to obtaiu accurate knowledg.e relhk, :tive to Allpimeuts for Sale in the k;'oVNi i GOULBURN, can be supplied with all requliste inforitiiionii as to number, sectioi,'lch yif, &c. by applying to the Undersigned? :i, "?. s'[ i Gouliburni?. :-'i .ARTHUR MAYNE, 1, D3ee l, 1848 : Aiiit et. . ? ?j~i,- . ... , . . . , . .. .. .?: ??... ,... r.E nudersigned ,begs to apprize tlieTInha al n bitaihts of Goulburn its sicinity, eaudl the .aurrontlningilistiits, generally, tha the is pre pliaedt to. snpply them"n with ALE in'l iny qua'...

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WRECK OF THE "GOVERNOR PHILLIP." [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 2 December 1848

WRECK OF THE " GOVERNOi PIr-IILLP?" CL.ARK'S ISLAND, 5th NOV., 1848.--It is my paiifil di tlty to notify to youl tie unfortlnate ealauiity that has befillen the Giverniment brig' " Governor Phillip," wllile on tile passage froli ' Sydiley to Hoba-ll Towu. I left Syhltney at dily-break on the morningof. Saturday, 21st October, having on boaril eiglti': five p:ersons. viz :-Plssenlgerls--.1tFr. -antd Mrs. Elliuott aml tlhrn' cllihdren, Mr. and Mrs. Lent priere atlil master J.lamues Lempriere, Mrl:3el-t steatI, lMr. Adams, auin Jostphl Wilsoi,; witill.1rsj. Cobblan alt chihl. Guardl--Lienlt -CGriIlltihs one sergeant, thirleen rank alt. ile 90th regi. ieniit, and: two privates 00th regimenit. Prisoit ersi--forty. Crew-.-Maste?, two mates and twelve seamen,. I proceedled steadily oni the passnage until the morning of Friday, the 27th., when at about forty-live milittes past two A..t, whilst steering S.;S.W., the vessel strtck upon't reel,' extendling to the eastwardt off Gull Islanil, au...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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THE TRAMROAD AND RAILWAY COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 2 December 1848

;TklE TrIAMRoAD AND RAILWAY COMPANY. A Meeting of the Provisional Committee of the Australian Tramroad and Railway Company was held yesterday at the Company's Office, Elizabeth-street, for the purpose of receiving a report from the Sub-Conmittee of the progress made in the formation of the Company. The report, shich was read by the Chairman, MI'iO.J Cowp?r, after referring to a number of details, such as the hiring of the oflice, clericqitassist ance, &o., stated that the Sub-Committee had held numerous mee ings for ?. purpqseaf0Eds. cussing the various points arisimg before a work so wholly, new in this colony. 5s.aftratnorlliorI railway can be commnenced,~ andas one fiode? of obtaining information, had had interviews with several professional men ondthe ptopriety of ]aying- down a mile of experinental ,trmroud, and had beeu favored by Messrs. Mann, Slields, Blackett, and WVore, with papers eontllaliing very interesting information, which were theni upon.the table for the p...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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A THRICE-TOLD TALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 2 December 1848

A THRICE-TOLD TALE. IN our issue of the 11th ultimo, we pub lished a letter from the secretary of the Goulburn Hospital Committee, purport ing to be a reply to our articles on the management of that institution. From the courtesy, temper, and fine writing" displayed in that letter, itiwas considered worthy of a special editorial introduc tion to our readers. We have recovered the shock, it gave us, and now consi der it incumbent upon us to put the un necessarily perplexed question concern ing the management of the Hospital in its true light. With respect to tile secre tary's personalities-- we reply in the words of Bishop Latimer to Dr. Sher wood, accommodating the language to our editorial capacity, " should we now reply to this letter of his as it deserves, and as our disposition would lead us but we check ourselves, lest whilst we aim at curing his temper we stir up his bad humour; for (as his letter of itself tells us) he is a man who, without goad ing, is more wrathful than is ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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Police Incidents. TUESDAY, NOV. 28, 1848. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 2 December 1848

TUESDAY, Nov. 28,. 1848. "; Before WH ifoVELL,. Eq., JP flFP. Jono EASTMAL, appeared to answer a chaige of diruukenuess"pireferrel agis'i l i by ili .Chief Constable;'iida?titb:.wllicBhepleaded iot guilty.. The, charge -wa'fu)ly,,eetablished upon; thl evidence of the confiu ug. constable,and tihe defendant was adjiidd .r pay!r .the siium of five shillings and one-shillinh'i costs , '* . This was the only;:?iotine': busitiness; for ithei Bench. ... .: m

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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COLONIAL LAND AND EMIGRATION REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 2 December 1848

COLONIAL LAND AND EMIGRA TION REPORT. TIE Sydndy Mdorning IHerald of Tues day last re-prints;the only copy, we be lieve, in theColony, of the Eighth Re port of the Colonial Land and Emigration Commissioners. Tile doetiment setsout with a return of the quantity of land sold in New South Wales during the year 1846', ivWhich amounted to, in the Sydney District, 3,105a. 3r. 17 p., realizing £10,997 10s. Id.; and in the Port Phiillip District, 4,577a. 3r. 17p., realizing £19,186 8s. 10d. The amount received for quit-rents in the former dis trict during the same year, was £6,187, There was also received during the same period tfor leases and licenses, £23,595 in the Sydney District, and £16,305 in' the Port Phillip District. The report goes on to state thait the Governor of New South WVales had taken the first steps to give effect to the Land Orders, and anticipated, from the state of the surveys, that his Excellency would be enabled to proclaim; before tlhe end of 1848, twenty-eight new ...

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 — 2 December 1848

NEw MAGISTRATEs..- His Excellency the Govertor has been pleased to appoint John George ChuircLh, Esq., of Uranquintey, Wagga Waggil, anid David Ryan, Esq., of Gundamaine, Wee Wan, to be Magistrates of the Territory and its Dependencies. NOTIO-POLocE OFICE, BEnnrTMA, Nov. 23. -In the custody of the Police, at Berrimna, and supposed to be stolen, from the district of Ba thnrst -A black mare, few white saddle marks, about 14 hands high, aged, branded IlM ncear sholder;, the j appears to have been recently bIranded on lher; there is also a defaced brand on tlhe obff sloulldr. The mare was brought to this district by onie Joseph Stall, a native of the Colon-, of the White Rock, near Bathurst, and supposed to havebeenstolen by him. She has now a foal by her side. Noel Chapman, Chief Constable.: TflICTS'-OF-LEvAVE.-Thomas Kennedy, per Wavcrly, aitd James Robertson, per Bengal Merchant, lhave obtained Tickltets-of-leave since the last publication: the former for Goulburn, and the latter for...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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SPECIAL LICENSING MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 2 December 1848

SPEGIAI LICENSING MEETINGif^ Oqx Tuesday: last, puirs?uant to adjpuromnmen t,aI Special Licensing Heeting was held in th?d 6uirti HIouse,:to consider the :ipplicetion's foi:r' i? liibi' licenes, transfers, &c bi ic4l lia e since thle last Special .Meeting.,~ That.day ,, also appointed fori:grarinting:Actioneels'iieen- ces. At on. o'cilck .Mesn'ls.' R i Se, s nHald' E~ledg.end Bal, toti their sanisBol t''he but owing:to the absenceof a fifth magist?rate, ,tl, Court could only proceed: vith the appliea'tionsI for Auetioneel's liceises '. ""Oe dniq o.. The :following were the eppheants ?t. M,1r. P. DIGNA, granted, , ? i ,fidriups I Mri. Jo?N MACOALTTE'n,, Chiefd Constable. :Upon his applicitionli beiig'read, a? in1Rtufdr i said, that the epplication w ouldi 6 1 je o special license to sell. as bailiffqof, tj?e?p)l Debts' Court, and tlhit asno charges;werealho'edi to be made .by Mr. Macalister in selling th tll capacitly, the Bench would recommb tndhttl fee- payable on thle lice...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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EARTHQUAKE AT NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 2 December 1848

EXRTHQUAKE EATNW L3jDC indlependnt, ofii dthlia iibwhn e eai thqakle "A ptUblidififstlhdweeobtisha o evd' on the 00eh;to priivent alirm~nost df the serni ces beire perfoimed n the penpen n air. T she ot hatd ben feltL by vessels somfe ditnce out at sea' ' he 'doss Avi ivl&M e'one' ?family, amounnthig go~ threde2:.Tllfe"loss "of jiroi ,partylyhas been estiinatedl atd' 0,000 .oWe sub joid'the detals of this, disastrous.-event ilt a serious and dis irict of Pbrt Niclhol o , (adivl~bllt tlce euttre oiipe y eiful n.thel ohei* istlindsof thie terribe , l dexifQ Naitire " Friday ]asiFthe daty was renbkis itrbl fline thangh rather close and sultiy, Lbu towards night the weather Lhanged, and early on Saturg day mnorning the viud came up from the southli ward and eastwaid, lblowvin'g lhlf'a"gael6ofivind, accompanied by heavy rain Neiochange'i was perceptible during Sattirdaiy, bnt few. anticipated the approach of so, fearful a storm, (if we may be so allowed to tcrm it,) of earthquske...

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 — 2 December 1848

,: , ,.,.· To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald. SIn,-Observing that you have the advantage Sf some talronted :cpltributors to your. paper, I am desirous, tllrouglh you, of asceritaining. .their pitulon o i gri evance I an an occasionral and an unfwlliug itness to.- . I illhde tobl:thl?,practicei by a .maglstrate :,of bullyitng:andulI brow, beating, witnesses ..in ,the most baefaced mainer, ~.to serve his own purposes, or likes aiid dislikes, such, as after a wrttss,-pro or' con '.has glven his.testi monyii ni katater howi. simplyf'pointrddly ,or clearly,,this iworthy J.P. proceeds-b You said so cur so, sir" "No your worship.'" I s(ay you id, sir." ' No,' your honior;: I said such a thing: "'"You di'l not, siIr, y?u isaid o:ianiid so." " I be your pardon. your woistrip Hold0 your tongiue, sir;" I tell you you sarl sian gs0.s, "Your honor !- '" D" otn't talk to :mei, sir , I; tell you you said soaadndsid so, iu'd yo~ i ave y ios r lght to, &e., &a., &c., (1bun...

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YASS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 2 December 1848

(RnoM oun ow YN COnuESPONDENT) POLICE COURTNo 1 8 - Ore . RUME, Esq., J.P. andJ ATsNstFs J P. William Sheltonii as l cliiredwith atsiblbi with inten t to murder John I'·ltter. Theiprii soner wes defended by Mr Baylis,1and Mr All mua appeared .for the prosecution. OuFjinlte evidence adduced it i fpeai'1d' iba.tthe prg iaoe was in the employ Mbtfl"'EHun%, u'dths sita' tioned on the Yass plaitinasieslshqenhlrdi;tiatIon. the 21st instant he camg into Y~ass,1aq1 on h;is, return called at a hu where n od woman were stationied a bh Tin'd hmciP were out with their 2ki ' h'~commenced ill using the womanu; while hIewleas doingi so, one of the men returned to theffrhntl end observing his conduct, went to the women's assistance, and told him to let her alone; on which, the pri soner drew a clasp-knifr fiom his Ipocket and stabbed the men on the bhcl, druwing end stab bing again to* the depth of three iuches each wound. Although theinan ilid only a quarter of. a mile to get to Yass, he fell exau...

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 — 2 December 1848

TERMS.- Eight Shillings and Sixpence per quatrter--if pattid in advance, Seven Shillings anitt Sixpence per quarter. t No receipt is genuine except on yellow pa per and signed by the proprietor, WXLLIAu JONtEe. ADVEUTISEMENTS are charged 2s. itI. for the first itch of spnce, and 1s. for eachandldi tioal i inch, esch itsertion; and all adveruise nieuts that do not state on the face, of taemt thle number of titnes they are to be inserted, will be continuted until coutt rmandet anti clhargedl to the psrties concernetl. No verbal cottunotiralion can be attrutded, o and1( all letters titust be post-paid, or they i11 not be taken itt. The quarter's eud on 31st March, 30th Jitne 23rd Sepwtntcr tnItu 23rt1 DLecetmtber, at wltiet periotls ottly esni Subscribers declitte by giv. intg notice and payitng thle amouttt due to the enut of thle current qtutrter. Edited, printed, and published by WILLTAM JONES, (sole proprietor), at:the Priuting Oflice, Auburn street, Goulburn,

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