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Police Incidents. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1849. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 24 February 1849

TUESDAY, vEBnuARY 20, 1849. Before J. F. M'AarnusR, Etsq., J.P'., and W. Ii. IIOVELL, Esq. J.P. ?)RUNKAERDB. - THOMAS M'KELLTGAN Was charged on the information of the Chief Consta ble with having been drunk in the public streets of Goulburn on the 17th instant. The do. fendant not appearing, constable Jones deposed to the necessary facts. The Bench ordered the bail of £1 Is. to be forfeited, and appropriated in the usual manner. PATRICK DOGHERTY, pleaded guilty to an in formation exhibited in the usual way, charging him with a like offence. The Bench said, that taking into considera tion the defendant's position, (ticket-of-leave), they would sentence him to pay a fine of 10s. with is. costs, or in default to go to the stocks for two hours. GEORGE D. MuaRRa was charged with a similar offence. Mr. Ogle, the Attorney, said he had been in structed to plead guilty to the charge. The Bench fined the defendant in the penalty of 5s. with is. costs. HRnED SERVANTS ACT.--LEWIs CnInn was brou...

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 — 24 February 1849

Td CORRESPONDENTS. Quiz.-I-f onr correspondent will undertake to cure a bar of pig-iron, and make a nice well fhlivored ham of it, we will answer his question. ".A YOUNG L.DY IN DISruerIS" wants to know how long a gentleman may visit her uithout dcelaring his intentions ? There's a puzzler ! BI31an.N.-W. 11. 1 . received. Our. YAss Correspondent will observe that a portion of his comnnluication has been anti eipated. The paper was duly forwarded. :THE GOULBURN HERiALD SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1849.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 24 February 1849

OF THE PAPER. OUR Subscribers and the Pub. lic generally are respectfully informed that early next month the " GOULBURN HERALD" will be permanently enlarged to nearly DOUBLE ITS PRESENT SIZE!!! The increased dimensions will afford ample room for the publi cation of much useful and inter esting information connected with the Mother country, as well as the Colonies, which we are com pelled to omit at present, owing to our limited space. In the enlarged edition the Colonial Market Prices, Arrival and Departure of Vessels, Im pounding Notices, List of un claimed Letters &c. will regularly appear, together with a mass of intelligence equal to any paper published in Sydney or elsewhere. Although the alteration in the size of the Paper will entail a considerable extra expense on the proprietor, he does not purpose to raise the price of the Subscrip tion, which will remain as it is at present. It is to be hoped that the resi dents in the Southern Counties will extend to the enlarged...

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A MOOLAMEIN SENTENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 24 February 1849

A MO.OLAMEIN SENTENCE. IFr has been our duty on more occasions than one to make some rather severe re marks on the conduct of gentlemen who act under the Commission of the, Peace, and we fear from appearances that the time is far distant when we can abandon the subject of magisterial inefficiency, with anything like satisfaction to our sclves or the public. >: ery week brings to our knowledge some flagrant instance of the wilful abuse of power, or, what is nearly as bad, some lamentable example of un pardonable ignorance on the part of the colonial magistracy, and however dis agreeable to us be the task of constantly recurring to a subject which absolutely nauseates from its staleness, we cannot without compromising our character as ever-watchful guardians of the liberties of the people, shrink from exposing the errors of men who are invested with so much power. A few days since we received a letter from a highly respectable gentleman living in the neighbourhood of the Mur ray Ri...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 24 February 1849

---0 As in human society every class and condition of life, nay, every individual by the peculia rights and advantages which each exclusively enjoys, still serves the community, and con tributes to the weal of others, unconsciously and withuut precisely wishing it; so in the ]history of the world, and in the progress of nations, all things are closely interli?ked, and one serves as the instrument, auxiliary, or bond of union to the other.-ScrL?xoEL. PERHAPS there has been no age or period of the World, that human vanity has not considered that it was the most momen tous, and big with the most important consequences, to the interests of hu manity. Reflective minds perceiving the intimate connection between the past and the present, and how much they stand in the relation of cause and effect, and perceiving in fact that whole ages of historical events are linked as it were by a necessary connexion, cannot resist the natural desire of man to pene trate into futurity, and to remove the ...

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Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 24 February 1849

FATAL ACCIDENT-On Tuesday last two boys one 10 and the other 12 years of age, sons of a person named Menzies, living at Bunnaby, were sent with a saddle-horse and two kegs to a creek for the purpose of bringing water to the hut: not returning in reasonable time, serious apprehen- sions of their fate were entertained, and several persons started for the purpose of seeking them. That night the search was without avail, but the next morning the water-hole at which the kegs were filled having been dragged, the bodies of the two unfortunate boys were found. FORGERIES.-Several cheques, signed by Mr. J. White of Burrowa, but with the proper amount   altered, have been endeavoured to be passed in town during the last few days. THE LOCAL BENCH.-Considerable difficulty is often experienced in procuring the presence of two magistrates at the Police Court. It is by no means uncommon for cases to lapse owing to the non-attendance of a second Justice; and the parties concerned are th...

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BUNGENDORE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 24 February 1849

[FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT]. ExPLosloN OF GUNeOWER.-Yesterday after noon (20th instant) about three o'clock, there was a very severe storm here of thunder, light ning, wind, rain, and hail, from the westward, which lasted about half an hour. The lightning struck the house of Mr. John Whaley, store keeper. It is supposed the electric fluid came in at the door, when Mr. Whaley was in the store just in the act of picking up a pair of sois sors; there were about twenty or more cannisters of gunpowder standing close by him, .when in an instant the powder took fire, and the whole of the soft goods were in a blaze. A great part of the house was torn asunder, and very much shook, the north, hip being completely torn off and thrown down. Mr. Whaley was. severely burnt on both hands and arms, head and face. A servant girl, named Elizabeth Short, about 12 years of age, was also severely burnt; she was at the time holding the infant daughter of: Mrs. Thomas Whaley, about 8 months old, who was ...

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THIRD AUSTRALIAN TALE THE NOBLEMAN. [CONTINUED FROM OUR LAST.] [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 24 February 1849

THIRD AUSTRALIAN TALE   THE NOBLEMAN. [CONTINUED FROM OUR LAST.] " Prisons expect the wicked and were built To bind the lawless, and to punish guilt." THE week's absence being protracted to a fortnight, and the wedding trousseux prepared, Miss Palmer became anxious for the return of his lordship: at length she received an affectionate letter, stating that the company of some kind friends was detaining him, but that he purposed flying on the wings of love to her during the ensuing week, also urging that the ceremony of marriage might be performed on the day after his arrival, and wishing it for especial reasons to be as private as possible, as immediately after the rite he purposed proceeding to Sydney in order to the arrangement of some pecuniary affairs. This letter was conveyed by his man Tom, who seemed very particular in his enqui ries as to the departure and proceedings of the gentleman from Van Dieman's Land; and when informed that Mr. Curtis was gone, he seemed m...

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THE SOCIAL AND MORAL POSITION OF WOMEN IN CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 3 March 1849

THE SOCIAL AND MIORAL POSITION OF WOMEN IN CHINA. (From the " Dublin University Magazine" for August.) WOMAN is in 8 more degraded position in China, than in any other part of the globe, and her humiliation is rendered more conspiouous by the extent to which civilization and education have been carried in the empire. In no rank is sihe regarded as the companion of man, but is treated solely as the slave of his caprice and passions. Even amongst the females of the highest ranks, few are foun'd who read and write; their education is confined to the art of embroidery, playing on a horrid three-stringed guitar, and singing; but the obligation ofd obedience to man is early in ouloated, and the greater portion of their time is spent in smoking and playing at cards. The women of the poorer classes have no education, and can be considered little better than beasts of burden. A man of that rank will walk delibe rately by his wife's side, while she totters under a heavy load, and frequently m...

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POLITICAL APHORISMS OF NAPOLEON. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 3 March 1849

POLITICAL APHORISMS OF NAPOLEON. The followving thoughts and aphorisms of the greatest mIan that modern times has given to the world, will be read with extraordinary interest at the present monient, bearing as they do in a re markable manner upon the events that have re cenutly disturbed the tranquillity of Europe. Napoleon Iuonaparto rose from the obscure rank of a sous-lieutenant of artillery to the imperial throne of Fiance, upon the surges of the first revolution ; btt his advancement was not a tuat ter of chance-it was the inevitable consequence of the promptitude anil vigour with which he acted upon the most momentous occasions. No man know better thIan he did how to read hearts of men, and to shape his course to fortune by events which he aliways foresaw, andil of which hle was preparedl to take advantage. The political maxims of suoh i man must therefore be re ceivedl with more tthan ordinary respect; indeed, tie perusal of the few we have selected will prove that his was a ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 3 March 1849

A. IMACDONALD, SURGEON, &c., &e., &c. ]iESPECTFULLY informs his extensive ., circle of Friends and the Publie geuerallv that he may in future be consulted at the SALUTATION INN, Goulburn. CAUTION. -WTE hereby caution certain parties connected Swith the Amateur Club, to be more pru dent in promulgating Reports, well-known to be palpable falsehoods. If these worthies do not be advised by this civil caution, immediate pro. ceedings will be taken to compel them. TELL & CLARK. NOTICE. THE Undersigned are in no way connected with the business of the GOULBURN STORE, situate in Clinton Street, Goulburn. BENJAMIN & MOSES. March 8, 1849. TO LET, For a Term of Two Years, FeOse THE FIrST JULY NExT, HAT WELL- ESTABLISHED INN, THE GOLDEN FLEECE, COOMER STREET, YASS, (Now OCCUPIED BY siR. JAMES GROVENOR.) The house contains eleven rooms, has all the necessary out-offices, with stabling for nine horses, a large dry shed for gigs, carts, and other vehicles, a ...

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MELBOURNE MARKETS. 26th FEBRUARY, 1849. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 3 March 1849

MELBOURNE IMIARKETS. 20th FEBnuARY, 1849. Gnaisn.-The new crop is coming in fast, and in good order. The grain is generally plump and sound, and has turned out very excellent flour. The demand is steady, and prices are firm, although a downward tendency may be looked for. Old wheat is a shade higher, as it is becoming scarce. The prices realized are from 3s. 3d. to 3s. 6d. Oats, 3s. 21. to Os. 4d. per bushel. Maize, 2s. 6d. per bushel, with no likelihood of a further fall. Blay, £2 to £2 5s. a ton. FAT CATTLE.-There is a good deal doing for the trying down, and 33s. to 40s. are the prices given for such a purpose. STonE CATTLE.--Holders are shy, and little is doing. The last sales shew no improvement. 15s..all roundl is the figure. SUEEP.-Wethers fit for thle butcher rule at the same mark as last week. We are pretty well supplied. The prices may be quoted at is. 3d. to 5s. Gd., but more change hands at the lowet than the higher price. TonsEs.--Good hacks fit for town use, always fet...

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THE FUTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 3 March 1849

THE FUTURE. "It was good, it was kind, in the Wise One above, To throw Destiny's veil o'er the face of our years; That we dread not the blow that may strike at our love, And know not the hand that may dry up our tears." How many, who languish'd in silent despair, Have been rais'd in a day to distinction and wealth! How many, whose morning was sickness and care, Ere night closed around them, found comfort and health! How many, who cradled in Luxury's lap, Have sought (as their only employment) for years New pleasures each day, till some sudden mishap I-Ias plung'd them, at once, in affliotion and tears! How many, who rose from a bed of unrest, Where Poverty pillow'd the half-madden'd thought, Have discover'd, ere noon, that some dying be quest Has all-unexpectedly affluence brought! How many, whose last clinging hope appear'd crush'd, And Death been invok'd as their beacon of rest,. Have been suddenly obeer'd, by glad-tidings that rush'd Like a whirlwind upon them, and left them all....

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Original Poetry. TO [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 3 March 1849

TO Yes, I can say farewell at last, A !ong farewell belov'd to thee; For I have drain'd the cup of grief, And life hath now no charms for me. This sad heart must in silence break Without a tear, without a sigh; For pride hath taught me how to hide Its bitter grief from ev'ry eye. Though wither'd hope, and blighted love, And sorrow that may ne'er be told Lies hidden there, upon my lips A smile I wear, and calm and cold. And passionless, this fever'd brow Appears, noas if the hand of care H-lad touehed it not; alas! 'tis but The apaeihy of chill despair. E'en frlom the first too well I knew That inhie a hopeless love must be; Yet recklessly I still lov'd on, Forgetting ev'rything-but rthee. And now repentance comes too late, I cannot ii I would, be free; Vainly I strive, I cannot break The spaell that binds my heart to thee. I hear thee speakirg gentle words, But not to me.-I see thee smile On others, anld I turn away In bitterness of heart the while. For I would give the world to win...

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REVIVAL OF TRANSPORTATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 3 March 1849

REVIVAL OF TRANSPORTATION. ON the 17th of last month we wrote against what we feared was the intention of the Hone Government with respect to the disposal of the accumulated pau perism of the United Kingdom, but little did we think when we penned that article that on the 3rd of March, only three weeks afterwards we should be called upon to denounce another vile scheme of the British minister, namely, the renewal of transportation to New South Wales. But such is the case. Mr. Jackson, the London agent of the colonists of Van Diemen's Land. has ad dressed a letter to his constituents, dated the 6th of October, in which hlie says " Some convicts have already been sent to New South Wales, and an Order in Council would again render that co lony a place to which convicts miglit by law be transported. But the Govern ment would not, now, have it in their power to send out at its -own expense free emigrants in proportion to any num ber of convicts sent to New South Wales. It had formerly pro...

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YASS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 3 March 1849

YaS S. [FnOM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) POLICE CounRT, FEnBaUY 22.-A joulrneyman shoemaker, by the name of John O'Neil, was brought up under a warrant for abscondilng from Mr. John Kelly, boot maker, of this town. It appeared from evidence, that O'Neil had been boarding and lodging wilh one Mr. Higgins, for which he forgot to pay, and ]eft; Mr. Kelly agreed to pay Mr. Higgins, providing O'Neil would work it out, which he consented, but in a few days absconded. HIe was sentenced to one month in the House of Correction, on which Mr Kelly said O'Neil could perhaps get a friend that would advance him the money, which would satisfy him. The Bench said they could not disturb the sentence.

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Original Correspondence. To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 3 March 1849

To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald. Sln,-You may recollect a few weeks ago having published a circumstance shewing to the public tlhe absurd conduct of some of the con stables in tiPs township in taking advantage of an unoffeuding person under the pretence of charlging him with drunkenness. I must say I felt miuchl disappointed on looking over your last issue, in not finding any allusion made to a transaction which took place last week, and of which I am credibly informed one of the magis trates (and not one of the junior class) was partly cognisant, which ledl me to hope such conduct would be investigated. It seems that two of these most veritable class, called or known as Traps, had a man in custody, but whether for drunkenness or riotous conduct, or both, I can not say with certainty; however, be that as it may, the two paragons of Peace (?) had the poor fellow in charge, literally beating him with their batons, and dragging him as they might a dead dog for his tail, through th...

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MARULAN. POLICE OFFICE, FEB. 26, 1840. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 3 March 1849

~IB~AaULA: EFRoM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT'. PoLoCE OrFIrc, FE1 . 20, 18-40. Before Major Lockyer, J.P., and Frederick and Charles Locker, Esqrs., J.P. John O'Neil, blacksmith, appeared to answer the complaint of Jacob Halls, publican, for vio. lently assaulting him by strilking him, the said J. Halls, in the face, and breaking two squares of glass, his property. O'Neil pleaded guilty, and was fined 10s. and costs. Halls requested that, to prevent a recurrence of this violent conduct (from which he had been a sufferer before) on the part of O'Neil, he defendant might be bound over to keep the peace, representing that the present was not a case of ordinary assault, but one which might have terminated fatally. Major Lokler said it would be necessary to lodge a fresh information, as the one before the Court had been dtlisposed of. Halls proceeded at once to file the information required. Major Lockyer inquired whether Halls considered his life in danger; to w!hich:.he having replied in the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 3 March 1849

TERMS.--Eight Shillings and Sixpence per quarter-if paid in advance, Seven Shillings and Sixpence per quarter. I No receipt is genuine except on yellow pa per and signed by the proprietor, WILLI.A JONEB. The quarters end on 3]st March, 30th June 23rd September and 23rd December, at which periods only can Subscribers decline by giv ing notice and paying the amount due to the end of the current quarter. ADVERTISEMENTS are charged 2s. Gd. for the first inch of space, and Is. for each addi tional inch, each insertion; and all advertise mnents that do not state on the face of them, the number of times they are to be inserted, will be continued until countermanded and charged to the parties concerned. No verbal communication can be attended to; and all letters must be post.paid, or they will not be taken in. Edited, printed, and published by W1]LIAM JONES, (sole proprietor), at the Pl'rinting Office, Auburn street, Goulburn,

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To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 3 March 1849

To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald. "Sin,-The independent and impartial manner n which through the columns of )our little val uable publication, you have held up to public :ensure injustice wheresoever found, induces a lope, that you will favour me with the insertion of the following comments on the case of Halls 'ersus O'Neil, as decided at the Police Office, Iarulan, on the 26th instant, when Major Lockyer, as senior magistrate, refused me, as ome of her Majesty's subjects, that protection, to which, if I read correctly, all have an equal and indisputable right. The case was one of most violent and mali cious ass!iult, and not the first committed on iue by the same person, this I was fully prepared to prove on oath, and yet Major Lockyer, in the plenitude (of what I consider his injustice), re used to secure me from similar aggression, al hough it was pretty clearly shown to him that hteconsequences of such assault might lead to nurder or manslaughter. . Now, if as I before said...

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