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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 16 December 1848
IMPORTANT ! THE " GOULBURN 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. EDWAnIs, Bookseller, (late Magee) Pitt-street, near Hinter-street QUrEANBEYAN .. Mr. S. NUTTER BUNGONIA ..... Mr, TnRIMBLE BERIRIAA. .....Mlr. NOEL CHAPMAN YASS ...........Mr. MAI.LYON, Ch.Constable GUNDAGAf ..... .Mr- Slt?soN. Inn-keeper BITAIDl\WOOD ... Mr. WILLIAMS, Storekeeper ?AKF, GEORGE,. Mr. SAM. CnOWTaERa IILARlULAN, .....Mr. FuttILLtJMES B'UNGENDORE.. Mr.O.BYRNE IN.DA ......... r. Mr.1ions, Inn-keeper JUJYONG FLAT Mr. Sa , Inkeeper. BURIROWA....
"PALMAM QUI MERUIT FERAT." G. D. MURRAY AGAIN! [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 16 December 1848
" PALMAItM QUI MERUIT FERAT." .- O ----- G. D. MURRAY AGAIN I WE' have to acknowledge the receipt of a very peremptory note from the above individual, kindlycouchied as follows : * Sir-Idemand the sum of Ten Pounds for damages for a false and defamatory libel, which appeared in yout paper of Saturday last, headed " A Lawyer's Character v. the Goulburn Herald." 'Weadmit-our friend- Murray is possessed of a greater depth of discrimination than ourselgve, and has dlscovered what to us is imperceptible, arid l-,iclih we have little doubt will, if proceeded with, turn out to be a " mare's nest:. . .Now the above'demiand uponp Our ex chequer appears, in our simple way of thinkmg something.like. anendeavour.to .aise thle-wind; and: we, in eonsequence sf such im'pre?ssion, -have refused payv ment. cBefare we had scarc ly time tq Jigst the above exquisite morceau, ainotheer ipplicationtarrived,:l erpiost, for-diehlike si ri, i'nd froi?i the sarnic"paityv by advise: :fi his mtitual friend ?in...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 16 December 1848
TO, CORRESPONDENTS... Want of space agiiil compels us to omit several articlesfrom COprrespondents until our next. E'.ep-a .is received! and. under, consideration. W.S., isinfrmned that his enquiry respecting tih l'aw ffiai he is connected with is out of our sphere ;,-but we will next week give him the. best advice we can obtain. '. e again have to remind Correspondents that their communications must be pre paid, o:.r,they vill not be received. THE GOULBURN HE RALD SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1848.
Police Incidents. TUESDAY, Dec. 12, 1848. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 16 December 1848
TUESDAY, Dec. 1.2, 1848. Before Capt. Rossi, J.P. ' DaUNKABDS.- ,Margaret Swain appeared to an.swer anL informatioti exhibited against'her iby the Chief Constable for being drniik iu.:ithe streets of Goulburn, oil the 9th,iistattt. t The information set forth that tlis being, her.third: offentce. she was liable to. the peualiy of sixty shillings. Captain Rossi :-Were yon drnil~l ? ?; ?"": Mrs. Swain:-Why, lih tot tell a lie?sto ydnr worship's honor; I was a -little tosicated with drinik. Captain Rossi :-Oh ! yoli admit beingd?inl. D .rs. Swatinu :--I'i apouuw::i' miia, (,'otjr w'irr .ships' glory, and hope your honor's worship will. let this matter pass. . ,l .2 :.. , .- . Cap:ait Rossi: -So a poor woman most get drnuk, instead of saving her money to boy' the necessaries of life. 1Mrs. Swaiu:--I'm going to take .the?:ledge to-morros tnorning, Cnptain, Sir, your hunor. Captain Rossi :--Well, I'm very happy to hear it, but in the meantime you must pay £1 und Is. costs. Edward Cating, ...
THE HORSEMAN WHO FACED THE STORM. "A tale—owre true."—BRIDE OF LAMMERMUIR. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 16 December 1848
THE HORSEMAN WHO FACED THE STORM. "A tale--owre true."--BRIDE OF LAMMERMUIR. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; He left his home, and he rode away &nbsp; Towards Goulburn's well-known plain; He purposed making no lengthened stay, But, sad to tell, from that hapless day, He saw not his home again. Australia's winter-month, bleak July, &nbsp; Its freezing sway had resumed, &nbsp; And snow-clouds, quitting their course on high, Sailed sullenly down to the nether sky, Where lowering and dense they loomed. The horseman reached the appointed place, And made but a short abode, &nbsp; &nbsp; For mindful he seemed, that the day's brief space Would yield him but little of light to retrace His rugged and lonely road. Remounted, he shook his bridle rein, And, urging for home his steed, &nbsp; Soon far in his rear he left town and plain, &nbsp; &nbsp; Nor slackened his pace, but prest forward amain, The distance demanding ...
VERSES. I. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 23 December 1848
VERSES. Wilt thou seek then with me, love, some far * mountain home, ., Where, nor sorrow can dim thee, nor falsehood can come ? AnA I'll furnish thee love, with a most solemn plea, To leave father and mother, to wander with me. II, I see now, thy soft maiden blushet proclaim Thy horror, thy dread, at the shadow of shame; 1But our holy religion shall own in broad day, Thou didst wisely and well, love-not saying me, nay. 11iI. Then trust me and fly, and throw care to the wind, Than diamonds or gold, thou'rt more dear to my mind ; Anuil perish my name 'mongst the good, bro-' and-free, ..aIro to S"When false or unkind my soul-' thee. Gunniug, Dec. 6, 18i?.L=
MELBOURNE STOCK MARKET. 16TH DECEMBER, 1848. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 23 December 1848
RIMELBOUIRNE STOCK MARKET. 10Tua DnEEMBa . 1.B8. FAT CATTLE.-Priime quality at from 55s. to 70s., or from 7s. Od. to 8s.per JOOlbs..; and in ferior from 30 to 42s. each. Sales dull. STonE CATTLE.-A lot of mixed cattle, in good condition, sold at 21s. each; a few cows, and calves sold at from 335s. to 55s. each.. SnEEP.-Fat wethers (shorn) sold at 5s. 3d. each, or about id. per lb., and a small lot. ditto (inferior) at 2s. Gd. each. HonsEs.-Useful hacks sold at from 10 to 1, guineas; rough hacks, from 4 to 8 guineas;, a useful draft horse sold for £15. Sales dull. Horse stock (unbroken) is very unsaleable; there are a few inquiries for good hacks, which sell at fair prices. There is no demand for workiug bullockt or lean cattle.
Original Poetry. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 23 December 1848
''Fortune! dont la main couronuo les forfaits les plus inouis i Dn faux eclat, quni t'environne, seronus nous;tou jours eblouis? J'usq' i quand, trompeuse idole, enconserons cous les autels ?" FcIrENe EXTuAcT. "And is there not some lonely glen, Where we, content and poor, Might build a cottage in the shado, A shepherd thou, and I to aid Thy toil, o'er dale and moor:'." MIAnmION. i And afterwards for many a day, That it was held enough to say, 'In blessing to a wedded pair, Live they like Whilton and like Clair." T'n SAME.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 23 December 1848
[ADVERTISEMENT.]. M ? 'KELLAR v. LORD. . To thle.ditor of the GoulburnHI-Ierald 'Illl.I was, no little astonished by observing K in tle Police Office Report of you'nlast n'umber; a statement to the effect, itat;, "'Mr. Lord: wii his Attorney Mr. Kitsdn was in:attend= ance on Friday the 15th instant, blit owing to the:absence of Mr. MlD'Kellar, .the -PlaintifFl. the case was dismissed." Now as it might appear-from the foregoing, that ,either Mr. '.M'Kellai had abandoned his Action, or that some negligence had been shewn by him, or by me as his Attoriieny, in the matter; you would oblige meby inserting'. the following REAL FACTS relative to the. case. Mr. Lord was sued by Mr. M'Kellar (for £10 Cash lent), in the Small Debt's Court held here on the 4th.instant.. and the ease was adjourned by Captain Rossi antd Hr. Ilovell,- the presiding Magistrates: UNTIL THE ? FOLLOWING FRIIDAY, in order tto give the parties an opportunity of procuring soine further evidence iequired. ONr THAT :.DAY ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 23 December 1848
[ADVERTISEMENT].-A CURE FOR ALL KINDS or SWELLINGS AND TuMouRs DY HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT AND PILLS.-Mr. John Young, of Worcester street, Kidderminster, had been af flicted for nine years with a tumour or swelling on his leg, which at times prevented him from attending to his business. He had used every thing that could be thought of, but only got worse instead of better. In two months, he was perfectly cured by Holloway's Pills and Oint. ment. Messrs. Pennell and Mark, the very re spectable booksellers, Kidderminster, will vouch for the correctness of this statement. Glandular swellings, unnatural enlargements, contracted or stiff joints, might speedily be cured by these celebrated medicines. TERMS.--Eight Shillings and Sixpence pe quarter-if paid in advance, Seven Shillings and Sixpence per quarter. No verbal communication can be atteihdd to and all letters must be post-paid, or they wil not be taken in. ~-' No receipt is genuine except on yellow pa per and signed by the proprietor,' ...
UNIFORM POSTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 23 December 1848
UNIFORM POSTAGE. WE believe that the Local Government has decided on establishing an uniform rate of postage chargeable on letters throughout the colony. The sum fixed upon;is four-pence. Some such reduction might have sa tisfied the colony some years back, but like all other delayed concessions on the part of Government, we are confident that such a measure will be scouted, as one far short of the requirement of the Colohists. The four-penny system was tried. in England previous to the adoption of Rowland Hill's plan, and was found grievously wanting in as much as the benefit derived by the community was `orly partial. Such. a plan would be :found to act precisely the same way in ?this c6lony. By its adoption, those who are living withlin the present limits of t'hrfpur-penny post will derive no bener fit'from the measure whatever. VNothing short of a reduction to the amount of one-half of the lowest amount of postage at present exacted will satisfy the community, and we trust, that...
THE MURDER OF PETER JOHNSTON, AT HINTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 23 December 1848
TIHE MURDER: OF PETER IJOHNS Os Wedanesdatydy ven?rigt?Iliutton.tiheJhnly at the inquest'oni :thedbidy? f Peter iohnston,' after a retirement :of tw lihours' nd a halrir turned,. the following verdict: " We 'rie of opinion that the' deceased, Peter Johnston eair,'ona by. his death by blows 'receiviiil from the stilc?i of James Carey and Jolin Onrey, ini coeojrirition: with the violence used by John.Cummlninsi ai. we ·also find, that Matthew' Couroy lifas corni nitted wilful and corrupt pe]rjury;. l:The corouer Mr J. S. Parker, on receiving this:i erdit, corn mitted James Carey mnd John Carey for triail :for the: wilful.mnurderof Peter Johinston, and issued his warrant for the apprehension of John :Oiinim mius, chaiged .with the same crime;' he alsb' committed Matthew Conroy - for trial for wilful and corrupt perjury in giving his evidence at the inquest. The inquest lasted three days, having been commenced on Saturday the 9th instant, conti nueed on Tuesday, and concluded on Wednesd...
Varieties [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 23 December 1848
SOMETHING LIKE A HOLIDAY.-Pastrycook What have you had sir? Boy-I've had two jellies, seven of them, eleven of them, and six of those, and four bath buns, a sausage roll, ten almond-cakes-and a bottle of ginger beer. The members of the bar in this city (New York), may be divided into three classes:--st. Good lawyers, who are gentlemen. 2ndly. Good law. yers, who are not gentlemen. 3rdly. Pettifog. gers, who are neither lawyers nor gentlemen. Why is a hackney coachman like a i gious man?-because he has an inward check upon his outward actions. Which is the laziest class of persons? Tall people.-Why ? Because they are always longer in bed than others. A young lady being asked by a boring theolo. gician which party in the church she was most in favour of, she replied that she preferred a wedding party. An American editor and printer offers to sell his whole establishment for a clean shirt and a meal of victuals. He says he has lived upon promises till his very whiskers have stopped gro...
COURT OF REQUESTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 23 December 1848
COURT OF REQUESTS. EVERY man has his humour, is'an old adage; every village has its gossip, say we, even this every day monotonous town of Goulburn has its fruitful topic, which appears to afford an unfailing source of conversation and amusement to its inhabitants. This topic is the Court of Requests: the day on which it is held is considered a " field-day" by many, and well it might be, as a month after the -sitting of the Court, its sayings and doings are the stock gos sip of the town, and a month before the coming sitting, ingenuity is left free to speculate upon the absurdities which are to afford another month's amusement, in relating and canvassing its proceed ings. -This should not be. It may be very amusing for the idlers about the Court, to witness the perpetual scuffling and blustering, which so frequently takes place within its walls; but it is certainly not seemly, nay, it is prejudicial to that respect in which every Judicatory. should be held. Court of Requests are of ...
YASS. POLICE COURT, DECEMBER, 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 23 December 1848
(FRnos OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) POLICE 'COURT, L"'DCE? i 'R, 14.. Before Mr. HUME, .P.?; and Mr. WATSON, J.P.. DnaKgDAR on.--_Patrick Keys;? .a:general dealer,.: living in the town, appeared to answer a chiarge of being g drunk in theiblic 'streets :of. Yass, and abusing Mrs. Martiu; the wife of a respect able butcher. AMrs. Martin deposed, that the defendant came to the front of her house anid abused her in the :mos?. disgraceful. manner, making use of lan guage she was ashamed todrepeat. . Mr. Allman, who was retained for the defence, endeavoured to prove that the complainant had given provocation by abusing odefendant, but having failed ib his line of defence, the defend-. ant was fiued in the full peialty, or iin defaul: to go. to, the stocks for four hoursa. Paddy pre • ferredtlieleitter: senteuce,-saying -that-l.he -had paid too imulalreadyto the" ".traps." SUNDAYr SELLING..-' Mr,,H. -Hart,:.of the :" Rose" Inn Coomar:street;. appeared toianswer, .atn information filed against ...
BENEFIT SOCIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 23 December 1848
BENEFIT SOCIETIES. THE period at which the majority of the Benefit Societies appear to have originated, may, in a general way, be dated at the commencement of the present century. At a period when reason and knowledge had begun once more to resume their wonted places in the devolopement of the mighty concerns of mankind; when the dark and benighted horizon of civilization had again become bright, and illuminated by the vivid darts of almost supernatural talents, daily flash ing against the bigotry, the exclusiveness, and contracted notions of the great; when minds and men were evidently born for the peculiarities of the times, and were spreading, far and wide the clear and uncontrovertible truths, that know ledge was man's birth-right, and ought to be dis eminated to all orders and conditions of society, throughout the inhabited world. It was about this ever-to-be-remembered period, that encou ragement was openly given by the great, the wealthy, and tile influential, to insurance an...
Original Correspondence. TO THE LICENSED SQUATTERS OF THE COUNTIES OF ARGYLE, KING, AND GEORGIANA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 23 December 1848
TO THE LTCENSED SQUATTERS OF THE COUNTIES OF ARGYLE, KING, AND G EORGIANA. CoLONIrsrs,-IT submit to your perusal the following extract from the WEEKLY DESPATCIt of the 7th of last May, viz.-" The TIMEs speak ing of the Game Laws, asserts the right of every man 'to do what he will with his own,' even when that 'own' is the soil of the country, in the following language:-' If I choose that my estate shall be a skipping ground for hares, what is that to 1\lr. Bright ? I may be ruined, but that ismy affair,' Indeed! But say we, if every body is of that opinion, and every landlord makes his estate a skipping ground *for hares, we shall be starved : we suppose we may, and ' that is our affair.' If A, in his mischievous madness, has a right to kill himself, hlie would have no right to kill B. Push this proposition to its extent, and see what becomes of it. liid man nature, the cause and groundwork of all laws, gives the lih to such abominable preten slons, such murderous claims. Property i...
STATE OF THE SYDNEY MARKETS, 16TH DECEMBER, 1848. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 23 December 1848
. STATE OFi THE: SYDNEY MARKiETS, 16Te DECEMIERO, 1848 : E;: iiT.-Thlie iiew c roi lbegies greiually to arrive; sainples have realized fr"m 3s.;6d.to 4s. per bushel.: FiouR.-(First) £-0 per ton. MAIzE is slightly improved, 14d. to 15d being the present prices. BAnLEY must be stacked, good colour and plump in the grain, to be saleable. OATs.-Plentiful, and dull.in sale. HAY.-Very plentiful, and prices low. FAT CALvEs vary from 10s. to 15s. each. FAT SHEEE.--Sales have realised from 3s. 6d. to 5s., and are plentiful. FAT BULLOCKS are much lower; the very best only worth about 40s. each. TALLOW is in demand for shipment at £28 to £30 per ton.
MRS. CAUDLE'S CURTAIN LECTURES. MR. CAUDLE, HAVING COME HOME A LITTLE LATE, DECLARED THAT HENCEFORTH "HE WILL HAVE A KEY." [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 23 December 1848
MRS. CAUDLE'S CURTAIN LECTURES. MR. CAUDLE, HAVING COM1E ILOOME A LITTLE LATE, DECLARED THAT HENCEFORTH " B WILL HAVE A KEY." ON my word, Mr. Caulde, I think it ww~.waste of time to come to bed at all now .he cocks will be crowing in a minute. IKsping people up till past twelve. Oh yes! do thought are man of very fine feelings out of doors, I dare say ! It's a pity you haven't a I;t.e feeling for those belonging to you at hot' W A nice hour to keep people out of their bts!, Why did I sit up, then? Because I choor to sit up-bt that's my thanks. No it'sno'se your talking Caudle; I never . W.ill lt the girsitoupfor you, and there's an end. What do ,u say ? Why does she sit up with me theo~ . That's quite a different mat ter; you do" csuppose that I'm going to sit up alone, do a? What do you say? What's the use of.o sitting up ? I'hat's my business. No, u,(,'ed it's no such thing. I don't sit up be cusec I have the pleasure of talking about it; and you're an ungrateful, unfeeling creatu...