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Original Correspondence. To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 13 January 1849

To the Editor of the Goidburn Herald Sin,-The perusal of Mr. Thorn's letter in yours of the 6th instant, and serious considera. tion of the injustice and indignity of which he justly complains, very naturally leads one, while deprecating the evil, to inquire for its remedy: you or some of your talented correspondents may perhaps favor us with information where such remedy is to be found. The public press has by its exposure of the folly of those in office, vainly attempted to reform * but that the effort should be futile, no person can be astonished, after having heard expressions. of utter contempt forpublic opinion issuing from the magisterial chair. The acts of flagrant folly and injustice com. mitted by the magistracy, with cotmments on which the press is.teeming, most clearly indicate the mnperative necessity of speedy and thoroughi reform: and it is most earnestly to be hoped our Legislative Council will,in justice to those who have confided their interests to their keeping, d...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BERRIMA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 13 January 1849

(FrnOM OUR OWN COntESPONDENT.) BERnRIMA IAOEs.-These sports are in con templation to "come off" about the middle of the ensuing mouth, and from the liberality of the. surrounding gentry and the tradespeople of the town, they are expected to be conducted in an unusual style of respectability; a considerable sum having been already subscribed to be com. peted for. Several horses have been entered, and considerable interest has been excited on the event, from the fact having transpired that some heavy bets have been made amongst themselves. -The course has been carefully attended to, and everything is in active preparation to furnish our friends and visitors with a day's amusement of the first order, of which the "Bill of Fare" will be forwarded in due time. The weather has been exceedingly fine lately, and haymaking has been pursued with unwonted energy; from the general appearance of the sur rounding country, we are not without hope that our faurmers will be well rewarded for their t...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 13 January 1849

Ton NEw GOLD CouNTnY.-Eight vessels have been laid on in Sydney for California. They will all sail within a weoek or ten days. The passage money is A30 cabin,; aend .-10 steerag :. ... - . " . . B.tANK of A USTnAilA LoTTORY.-The Under. bank E?state obf 8,300 aetes of land, with farm buildings, 3,700 head of cattle, acid 40 horses, which formed the first:1ot in 'the Partition, was won by a mpan liimed Angus M'Donald, a tenant of tile Bolwarra Estate, near Maitland. He was a very poor:man, with eight children. We wish hinm joy over his good fortuine:' DisrossessIan A BAnarre.-Yesterday, Thos. Foster was committed to trial to Quarter Sessions on the chirge bf forcibly dispossessing William Praia, a bailiff, who. levied on him for rent. Foster wis admitted to bail.-Maitland Mercury, January 6.: SoAnLETINA. - We regret to state that this complaiit has made its appearance in Goulburn. Several children are affected by it, as well as a. few adults. Lui aiio.--On.Tlesday lnst an order arrive...

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 — 13 January 1849

'T0 0U0H1 ESPC)NDENT9S., The verses:of a. " Constant Reader"'. are itnder con sideatio, ' 1,aLitluad-Tias'been received, and'will be at teuideld to. As we Ideest sCantdil, we cannot insert the letter we have recetived concerning a late alfair. Cupid is an imnpertinent ass. Why does he want to know wh?h ;lla is ? THE GOULBDURN HERALD SAT URIDAY, JAN UAII "2-' .? 1

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 — 13 January 1849

IMPORTANT ! º HE ." GOULBURN HERALD" having now established it self as the local organ of the inlia bitants of Argyle, King, Murray, Georgiana, as well as of the large Squatthig Districts on the Lower Lachlan, Murray, Murrunmbidgee iManeroo, &c., &c,&., it may be justly: consideied'the. most advarn 'tageous medium through which advertisers can make known their announnemlents. Subscribers' Names and Adver tisements will be received at the Printing Office, Auburn - street, Goulburn, and by the following Agents :. SYDNEY ......Mr. T. EDWARDS, Bookseller, (late Magee).Pitt.street, near Hunter-street QUEANBEYAN .. Mr. S. NUTTER BUNGONIA ..... Mr, TRIMBLE BERRIJMA....... Mr. NOEL CHAPMAN YASS ...........Mr. MALLYON, Ch.Constable GUNDAGAI ..... Mr SynPsoN, Inn-keeper BRAIDWOOD .:.. Mr. WILLIAMS, Storekeeper LAKE GEORGE,. Mr. SAM. CROWTHER IIARULAN, ..... Mr. FITLLJAMES BUNGENDORE.. Mr. O. BYRNE BINDA........ . Mr. IlonaRs, Inn-keeper UJYONG FLATee Mr. SHEAOIAN, Innk...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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LIVERPOOL WOOL MARKET, SEPT. 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 13 January 1849

LIVERPOOL W1'OOL MiAliiEr, SEPT. 16. A fair businCss had beei done in foreitn wool this. week, but without any. improvei?ienitt in prices. A public slde' of East ludia was, held yesterday, but the prices were so unsatisfactory thatt a good portion had to be withdrawi ; in many cases not more than covering freight charges. In Scotch a little has been done, but the piesent rates are with difficulty obtained; Imports for week ending September 16- Bales ..gs Foreign .... 107 ]Scotch .... 1082 Pieviously .. 53,819 Previously .. 31;02 54,010 12,1050:.

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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LATEST EUROPEAN INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 13 January 1849

LATEST EUROPEAN: INTEL LIGENCE,. By the arrival of tliKlMairin:.LUther, Jas. Hutton, commandir:, nrein:Greenock to Port Phillip, we areplaced 'in'l pos0es sion of English news up to tihe-2n,)6of September. She had been one hundred and four elays on her passage, whein she dropt anchor at Hobsoi's Bay. and las brought to the colony a'large 'number of passen gers, whom we .suppose :to be bounty emigrants, seeing 'that there was a sur geon-superintendent on board.. From the :Melbourne Morningl H[erald, we extract such intelligence as will inte-: rest our reade?rs. No new disturbances had occurred in Engla id, except the occasion Pa ebulli tion of a Chaitist meeting, whic. party was almost conmpletely crushed. Her Majesty and:Roy.al suite were in Scotland enjoying the 'stern' and ,wild' scenery of ihat-romantic land.. The following- is. the last 'bulletin' issued fron Bilmoral Castle; and pub ishied in the Glasgow Constitutional of September 20th:- . ' Her Majesty and his'Royal Highless ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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AN OPERATIC ENTERTAINMENT ON THE BANKS OF THE MURRUMBIDGEE. SCENE.—A STOCKMAN'S HUT. FELIX AND TIM DONOGHUE LUXURIATING OVER A POT OF TEA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 13 January 1849

AN OPERATIC ENTERTAINMENT ON THE BANKS OF THE MURRUMBIDGEE. SCENE.--A STOCKMAN'S HUT. FELIX AND TIM DONOGHUE LUXURIATING OVER A POT OF TEA. TIM.--Ah, then, Felix, 'tis I that saw some o'   that handy-work o' yours in a comical-like sort of a paper they call "Bell's Life:" an' quare   enough it was, an' parts of it mighty droll an' cuttin'; but talkin' o' cuttin', did ye ever hear the song myself made about this river?   FELIX.--No, Tim. Can you recollect the words--have you a copy of it? TIM.--To be sure I have; don't I carry one in the crown o' my hat? I showed it to the masther when he was here last week, an' would you belave it, the devil from me, but he fairly cried whilst he was readin' it; but, och, when I blasted out a verse or two to the rale tchune of "The Groves o' Blarney," bad cess to me, but   he was clane bate out of all bounds betwane laughin' an' cryin'! 'twas jest as if he had the fits; but when he got over himself...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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THE FORCE OF HABIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 20 January 1849

THE FORCE OF HABIT. Lna THOMAS MILLER.] A nnIEF paragraph, announcing the untimely end of this sketch, went the round of the papers about ten years ago. For the few additional fasts woven into the following article I am in debted to a friend, who was well acquainted with the original. A person must either be out very late or very early before he arrives at a knowledge of half the ways and means of obtaining a livelihood in London-let him search through a long sum mer-day, and he will never meet with a coffee stall in the streets, while at midnight scores may be found scattered at the corners of the chief thoroughfares. Under low arches-at the en trance of narrow courts-the foot of the bridges -and even at what in the daytime are the most public and crowded places-may these open air stalls of refreshment be found, from the midnight hour to the grey dawning in winter, and in sum mer until about six in the morning. They form a kind of mustering ground, where many wait, from the closing...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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LATEST IRISH NEWS. Waterford, September 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 20 January 1849

LATEST IRISH NEWS. Waterford, September 12. THIS country is once more in a state of open disaffection ; Carrick isin arms, some thousands being thoroughly armed with pikes, &e. Port law is also stirring, and report has it that Cur raghmore, the seat of the Marquis of Waterford, has been attacked; several pieces of cannon, and a number of small arms, powder, ball, &c. have been carried off. The noble Marquis had not returned from the last Curragh meeting. The mail coach, while on its way through this city, and passing through Mullinavat, was sur rounded by a large mob, and detained for a con siderable time. When the mob first interrupted the coach, the guard, James Doolart, ordered the driver forward; the coach succeeded in getting clear, the crowd running after, and shouting that they would soon stop them. Accordingly, when then the coach arrived at Granby Bridge, about two and a half miles from Waterford, the bridge was in the possession of the insurgents, who were ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 20 January 1849

Stolen or Strayed, ýýFO\ Gonlburu Plains, about 3 weeks since, JL adark bay HORSE, branded J C on both shoulders (Conolly's brand, Lake Bathunrst) one wall eye, small star in forehead, about 15 hands high. Whosoever will bring him to Mr. Weakley's, Salutation Inn, Goulburn, will receive a reward of One Pound. PUBLIC NOTICE. Goulburn Annual Races. ALL iPartie. interested in the above, Rand the Sporting Community generally, are request ed to attend Ia MEETING to be holden At the Salutation Inn, GOULBURN, On TUESDAY the 23rd day of January Instant, at 7 o'clock in the Evening. For the purpose of appointing a Secretary, Trea surer, &c. and making other arrangements reln-, live to said Races. REMOVAL. Mr. ANDREW BOYD, TAILOR, LADIES HABIT MAKER &c. &e. RESPECTFULLY begs leave to intimate to his numerous customers, and the public generally, that he has Removed from his late residence Clifford-street, to a more commodious and eligible situation in AUBURN-STREET, Nex...

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MULTUM IN PARVO. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 20 January 1849

MULTUM? IN PARVO. THE body of Sylvestelr Sheriff, the mur derer of the late Mr. M'Kinlay, has been found floating in the M?urrumbidgee.---In granting a summons the other day in Melbourne Mr. Edward Curr asked the Chief Constable to show him the document he intended to serve upon the woman. Mr. Brodie produced the usual form, which is merely a copy of the precept signed by the magistrate. Mr. Curr said it was no summons at all, and that a proper one had never been issued since the Police Office was opened, notwithstanding that about 10,000 cases had been adjudicated upon. The document signed by the Bench was merely a precept to the Chief Constable commanding him to summon a party. Some serious affair would arise probably from the false system introduced, and then the matter would be looked into.- Speaking of the tallow trade, the Melbourne " Morning Herald" says, " We have said, that we owe the tallow trade to the ingenuity and perseverance of one man, and that we may now in conclusi...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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REPLY TO "FLOWERS" BY PERCEVAL. I. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 20 January 1849

REPLY TO "FLOWERS" BY PERCEVAL. I. I may not come near thee, love, to cull Sweet Flora's choicest gifts for thee; Nor list the notes of the sad Bulbul,* As she chaunts her plaints from the garden tree. II. Thou knowest the flower+ that she loves best, Gather it, dearest, and send it me, And altho' it may be of sorrow the test, I'll receive it as joy and love from thee. III. Oh ! could I but reach thy blest abode, And linger with thee alone in thy bowers, i'd pen for thee, of bright honor the code, And tell thee my heart's fondest wish in flowers. Iv. But since the unsparing Fates combine To keep those who love, perhaps ever apart; In colors my soul shall commune with thine, And clearly unfold the deep faith of my heart. V. 'Tis said of yore, that ere death had sealed The eye of Athena's ' wisest, best !" Faint o'er his passing spirit revealed, The Trinity's mystery stood confessed, VI. In three bright colours of rainbow hues, They were red, white, blue, and they'll aye endure, And t...

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Original Poetry. LINES. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 20 January 1849

LINES. When I beneath the cold red earth am sleeping, Life's fever o'er, Will there for me, be any bright eye weeping That I'm no more ' Wilt there be any heart still memory keeping Of heretofore ? When the great winds thro'leafless forests rushing, Like full hearts break ! When the swoll'n streams o'er crag and gully gushing, Sad music make! Will there be one whose heart despair is crushing, Mourn for my sake ? When the bright sun upon that spot is shining With purest ray, Andl the small flowers their buds and blossoms twining, Burst thro' that clay; Will there be one still on that spot repining Lost hopes all day? When no star twinkles with its eye of glory, On that low mound, And wintry storms, have with their ruins hoary, Its loneness crown'd ; Will there be then one versed in misery's story, Pacing it round ? It may be so-but this is selfish sorrow To ask such meed; A weakness and a wickedness, to borrow From hearts which bleed, The wailings of to-day for what to-morrow Shall n...

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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS, 1849 [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 20 January 1849

ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE of MAILS, 18,40 WE publish for general information the arri vals and departures of Mails for the under mentioned places: DEPARTURES TO SYvn'.s. .............. Monday, 1 A.M. - ......... .. Tuesday 9 A.M. - ......... Thursday, 1 A.M. - ..... ........ Saturday, 9 A.M. YAss .......S.... Sunday, I A.M. - .... ..... . Tuesday, 6 A.M. - • ::.....- ... ; Thursday, 1 A.M. GOnsanoo & COLLECTOR Sunday, 1 A.M. Thursday, I A.M. QuI'sARi·EYA N .. Suiday, 3 A.M. . ,; Tuesday. 3 A.M. - .;.;....:...;.. Thursday, 3 A.M. :ARRiVALS F ROM SYDNFY' Monday, 2 P.Mr. -- ......'... Wednesday 8 P.Mr S ... .. . Friday 2 .p.'m. -- .. . .. Saturday, 8 P.M. YAss S.... itluday, 8 p.a. --: . ' ... Tuesday, 8 r.M. .....i. . ...i::"-.. Thursdaiy, 6 P.M. GUNPDAioo&dCoiTOR Mn koilonday, 6 r.M. -. Friday, 6 P.M. QUEANBEYAN ........;. Monday, 8 pair. - . :..W~wednesday 8 P.a. - Friday, S P.M.

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Police Incidents. TUESDAY, JANUARY 16, 1849. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 20 January 1849

TUESDAY, JANUARY 10, 1849Z Before W. H. I-IovEr.L, Esq. J.P. and J. F. MA.o ARTHURn, Esq. J.P. DRUNKARnDS-JOHN CLARKE appeared to answer the information of the chief constable for being Sdrunk in the public streets of Goulburn, and was fined Os. with Is. costs and discharged. MAItA KELLY, a respectably-dressed woman, was next charged with a like offence. Having pleaded guilty to the present being her second offence against sobriety, the bench expressed surprise that so decent a looking woman should be charged with so beastly an offence. Captain l-lovell ordered her to pay a fine of is. and warned her never to appear before the courtagain. Tas BATuINo NUISANCE. - Mr. McAlister, the chief constable, wished to ask the advice of the bench respecting a nuisance, against which many respectable inhabitants of the town had complained to him. He alluded to the indecent conduct of a number of grown boys in bathing in the Mulwarree Ponds, in sight of the public street. The nuisance was so freq...

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 — 20 January 1849

TO CORRESPONDENTS. " THE H.ANDSOMIE MAN" is not worth the penny which we had to paid for his description in verse. .. MT. is refused. i':QUIrEn will be answered as soon as possible. THE GOULBURN HERALD SATURDAY, JANUARY 20, 1849.

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Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 20 January 1849

RonnEnY.-On Sunday evening last, during the temporary absence of the family at chapel, some thieves managed to effect an entrance into the house of M'r. Goldsmith, boot and shoe maker, near the race-course, and carried off ei quantity of wearing apparel and blankets. THUNDER STontt.-A little before day break on Sunday morning, the town of Goulburn was visited with a dreadful storm of thunder and lightning. A very few drops of rain fell during its continuance. A man who was benighted between Shelly's Flats and Towrang, had a nar row escape from death by the electric fluid, it having struck a large tree close to where he was encamped, scattering the heavy branches around for many yards. Two bullocks belonging to the team of a carrier named Merton, were killed on the road to Yass near the Gundaroo Gap. NEw CounT-HOUsE.--The fittings up of the New Court-I-House are nearly completed. The accommodations are apparently very small. We hope that a proper place will be set aside for the repor...

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LATER European News [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 20 January 1849

LATER Eropean News TI?E arrival of the Duke of Richmond, barque, from London, at Sydney, has placed us in possession of news a few days later than our last advices. This vessel left the Downs on the 25th Sep tember, and the latest papers on board are dated the 23rd of that month. No startling occurrences have taken place in Europe, but there is every pros pect of the Continent being again con vulsed by civil wars. The State Trials had commenced at Clonmel on the 21st., Lord Chief Justice Blackburne, Lord ChiefJustice Doherty, and Mr. Justice Moore opened the Spe cial Commission on that day, having been escorted into the town from the station at Thurles on the previous after noon by a company of Dragoons and a body of the Mounted Police. The Grand Jury having been sworn, Vis count Suirdale, foreman, Lord Chief Justice Blackburne addressed them with great precision on the duties they.were called upon to discharge. Having given a general outline of the nature of the cases, founded upon...

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PICTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 20 January 1849

PICTON. Early in December last, a person styling him self Mr.'J. P. Fisher, arrived here by the mail from Miarulan or Port Phillip, and put up at Mr. Crisp's, well-known " George Inn," whose hearty welcome and extreme politeness worked so for. cibly on the traveller, that he determined, much to the gratification of ' mine host,' to become his guest during his sojourn in that vicinity; of course Mr. C. smiled affably, and rubbing his hands, gracefully led the way to the best parlour where we will lease him regaling on the best the house afforded. In the course of a little pleasing conversation in the evening, the stiranger stated that his object in visiting that district was to purchase a numerous stud of horses to take over land to Melbourne: he said that his horse had become unable to proceed further than Mr. Pe ters's, at Marulan, when he had, in consequence, to take the mail. Mr. Crisp, rejoicing in the op portunity, introduced his friends and neighbours Messrs. Blackwell and Tem...

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