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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 22 July 1848
TERMS.--Eighlt Shillings and Sixpence per quarter-if paid in advance, Seven Shillings and Sixpence per quarter. tE" No receipt is genuine except on yellow pa. per and signed by the proprietor, WILLIAM JONES. ADVERTI EMENTS are charged 2s, 6d. for the first inch of space, and Is. for each addi tional inch, each insertion; and all advertise ments 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 he post-paid, or they will not be talen in. The quarter's end on 31st March, 30th June, 23rd September and 23rd Deceniber, at which periods only can Subscribers decline by giv ing notice and paying the amount due to the end of the current quurter. d1lited, printed, and published, by WILLIAM 'JONES, (sole proprietor), at the Printing 'Ofice, Auburn stroet,Goulburn.
AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 22 July 1848
AMERICA. We have received New York Papers to the 20th ultimo inclusive. The following are ex tracts from the New York HI-erald of that date The intelligence from Washington, respecting tihe treaty with Mexico, renders the prospect of the ratification of that instrument, in its present shape, by the American authorities, more doubt ful than ever. Much of the favour with which it was at the first blush regarded, has disrppear ed upon a consideration of its provisions, and, to judge from our latest information from the seat of government, peace wittl Mexico may yet be more distant than many suppose. We have since received New York papers to the 5th instant. five days later than those by tile Sarah Sands. The Ivanhoe has had another of her very rapid passages, being only seventeen days making the run from New York to Liver pool. The Royal Mail steam ship, Britannia, had arrived out, after a very stormy passage of twenty-one days. Her news Ifad given an im petus to the prices of bread st...
TRANSPORTATION & EXILISM. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 22 July 1848
'TRANSPORTATION & EXILISMI. IN a recent number of this Journal, when considering the subject of immigration, we incidentally adverted to the evils to be apprehended from the wholesale im portation of emancipated persons of .the prison class, with which it is contem plated to inundate the labor market,.un der the euphonious appellation of exiles; and endeavoured to impress upon every, well-wisher of the colony the necessity of discouraging, by every constitutional means in their power, the accomplish ment of a scheme so suicidal to our fu ture prosperity. Great, indeed, was our astonishment, when those wise and patriotic lawgivers and statesmen of the late Council, who formerly denounced the transportation system as a demoralising and dangerous one, and who recently deprecated its re sumption under its original form, should have accepted it, without a murmur, un der the alluring title of Exilism. Nor were we less amazed at thecom placency with which our venerable name sake th...
LATEST FROM HOLLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 22 July 1848
LATEST FROM HOLLAND. TnI HAGUrE, MARCH 20. -In the sitting of States Chamber to-day, the President commu nicated to the Assembly a Royal Message, an nouncing the decease of his Royal Highness Prince Alexander of the Netherlands, in the island of Madeira, whether he had gone for the establishment of his health. He also had a Royal Message, announcing that his Majesty accepted the resignation of M. de Jonge de Cam pens Neiuweland, thanking that gentleman for the numerous and important services which he had rendered to the State, and informing the Chamber that he had committed ele port-folio of the Department of Justice to MI. D. Donker Durtis, pro temrn. The' Court of the Netherlands han gone into mourning' for three months for Prince Alexander.
OUR REPRESENTATIVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 22 July 1848
OUR REPRESENTATIVE. Tims beingthe' day upon which the elec tors of Argyle are to meet their chosen relpresentative for the first time, to hear the expression of his public opinionis,.ywe regret that the crowded state; of our co luriin? 'ireclude, us from saying more than to refer our readers-to the letter of Alpha,. under the head of Correspon dence, which enters upon an elaborate exposition of existing abuses, and will serve as a guide to the electors in the nature of the questions they propose putting to Dr. NicuoLsoN to day. I-? We do not hold ourselves responsible for the opinions or sentiments of Correspondentis.
TURKEY AND GREECE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 22 July 1848
TUVK1EY AND G'1tECE. We learn by advices from our correspondents of Constantinople, under date of Feb. 7, that the Ottoman-Ambassador had met with a' most cor. dial reception At Athens, but the sincerity and durability of the ' entente' was much doubted. Sarim Pacha, the tlinister of Finance, had been appointed President of the Council, in the place of Rifat Pacha. The finances of the state were announced as being in a most prosperous con dition. The Pope's nuncio had been entertained and feted with much magnifcence, and to his content. A dreadful fire, which occurred at Keula, in the province of Kutiah, on the 10th of February, consumed the bazaar and the mner cantile part of the town, as well as a depot of grain. A force, consisting of 28,936 men (ex elusive of militia) was to be stationed at Bagdad under the command of Abdr Pacha.
Original Correspondence. To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald. THE ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 22 July 1848
To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald. THE ELECTION. " Iopenly disclaim All personal.. orprivate aim If any, notw'ithstanding, will Take a mere general lesson ill, Because it suits THEMSELVES.-I say, Let THECM digest it.as THEY may." Srn--1 cannot let this opportunity slip of say ing a few words to my fellow-townsmenu and electors generally, on the subject of the coming Election-to do so would be to neglect a duty; for I fear the apathy exhibited arises from. a want of arjust estimate of the importance of the subject of the eledtion of a representative, and the ultimate.ruinous' results to which an impro. 'per or careless exercise of the elective franuchise may lead,-not perhlaps to ourselves individu ally, but to our childien and the colony at large. Carelessness-on our~part is crime, and may en tail on children -yet unborn evils which, grown by timne,:may.rise to:elormities, not.easily to be overcome; and when these children rise to ma turity aud.reviewour,"conduct-review the wick ...
REFORM MOVEMENT IN DENMARK. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 22 July 1848
REFORM MOVEMENT IN DENMARK. A numerous' popular meeting took place on the 13th March, at Copenhagen, for tile adop tion of a petition calling for electoral' reforms. This petition, fwith 2006 sigilatures; will' be im mediately presented to the King, by a special deputation. The Constitutionnel contains the following apocryphal pat'agraph :-Lettels from Copenlia gen to the 14th sttue that a Russian fleet beint about to pass through the Sound, in order to proceed to the Mediterranean, to assist thle King of Nalples - the Danish people were actively en gaged in plantin'g' cannon, so as tb oppose their passage. An English fleet was hourly expected at Elsinore, a' fortified portat the narrowest' part of the Straits, where it is probably tit this mo ment, with the' intention of preventing the. pasn sage of the' ;ussian fleet."
RUMOURED INSURRECTION IN RUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 22 July 1848
lOiMOUiRED INSUt1iRECTION IN' RUSSIA. The Courrier Francais slys:.-,-" An exiraor dinary courier arrived oni Monday night' at the Russian Legation Mt' Parisi It is said-thitt lie brought d;spatches of the highest gravity. It appears that the provinces of the south of the empire are in full insurrection. The nobles and the army are at the head of the movenieilt. UEASE OF THE EMPERtOR' OF RUSSIA. ThetEmperor has issued the following ukase to the Ministar of War:- " In the west of' Enu rope: events have transpired' which manifest t~he sinful design of subverting legal authorities. The alliance of friendship and the treaties by which Russia is connected to the neighbouring powers, impose upon us the sacred duty to take timely measures for placing a portion of our troops upon a war footing, that in case circuml. stances should demand' it, a firm front may be opposed to the direful spread of anarchy. In pursuance of this we command':-L. Immedi. ately to reorganise reserves belonging to th...
Police Incidents. TUESDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 22 July 1848
TUESDAY. Before CAPt. ITOVELL.' CAUTIcON TO CONSTABLES.?Mr. `Ogle appeared as solicitor for: Mr. Jamrnes. Thorne, of the Fish River, to plead to'an information filed agitifst the latter individual, for. drnunkenness in the streets- of Goulburn, between one and. two' this morning (Tuesday 18th inst).. Mr. Ogle said, that lei was instructed by his client to plead guilty to the charge Bot, at the same time, he. had to complain of the constabulary in exposing respectable: persons to unnecessary inoconveni ence and annoyance by dragging them:ito the lock-up on suspicion of being drunk, -instead of sufferitlg them to proceed quietly home Captain I-oviell replied, that Mr. Ogle must have been himself aware how repeatedly he (Capt. -I;) had givehnorders to the constables not to interfere with ony miin p:iroceeding along the streetswlho 'might giveindications.of intoxication by merely staggering; atid calledonu-the chief constable to explain the reason why • those orders had been disobeyed i...
PERSIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 22 July 1848
PERSIA. TiuthAtn , Fii3. 1.-All the military operations in the Kthorasan have been interrupted by ihe Wintei; the Shah's troops retired to the towns, leaving the confitry to the insurgents; it is little tenable itow, owing to the quantity of snow which has fallen. It has been officially an noutnCed to the Divan that the Shah will, in the spring, direct the military operations in person. The winter is extremely severe ; since the com mencement of the year the snow has never ceased falling. The roads are impassable; caravans and couiriers no lodnger arrive, and we are in a manner blocked up in the city,'without being ablo to got out.
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS AT SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 22 July 1848
ý,ýjpflpfl ng niterUl ?cni e. A.RRIVALS AT SYDNEY. J3UL 14.- Louisa, brig, 182 tons, Milton' from Auckland. 15.- Victoria, Government brig, 200 tons, Burress, from Taranaki, New Zealand. 15.-Terror, barque, 257 tons, Captain Long, from the whaling grounds. 15:-Ann Mary, schooner, 54 tons, Captain Brown, from Moreton Bay. 16.-Equestrian, barque, 810 tons, Captain Spence, from London. S17..-Lady Blackwood,barque, 354 tons, Cap tain Cooper, from the whaling grounds. 17.- Effort, schooner, 47 tons, Captain T]ompson, from Wide Bay. 18.-William, schooner, 62 tons, Steel, from Moreton Bay. DEPARTURES. JULY 15.-Secret, schooner, 38 tons, Hunter, for Moreton Bay. 14.-William, barque, 334 tons, Johnson, for Port Nicholson. .1d4.-Palmyra, brig, 145 tons, Lindsay, for Port Phillip. 14.--Dorset, brig, 82 tons. Walsh, resumed her voyage for Adelaide. 15.-Elizabeth Jane, schooner, 43 tons, Cap tain Stericker, for Moreton Bay. 16.-Spec, schooner, 175 tons, Captain Burns, for the Bay of Islands. 16....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 22 July 1848
PUB LIC NOTICE. * HIS' Journal will be published every Saturday Morning and dispatched, by Mail to Sydney and to all parts of the interior. Sunbsc?ibers' Names' andAdver tisements, will be received at the Printing Office, Auburn - street, ?Goulburn, and by the following Agents : SYDNEY .......Mr. J. EDWARDS,. Bookseller, (late Magee) Pitt street, near IHunter-street. QUTEENBEYAN . M·r. S. NUTTer? BUNGONIA .... Mr. TRIMBLE. BERRIMA...... Mr: NoE CHAPMAN. 'ASS .......M...r. MALLYON, Ch.Constable. GUNDAGAI• .... Mr HUNT, Sadler. BRAID WOOD, .. Mr. WiLLAMS, Storekeeper. LAKE GEORGE, Mr. SAM. CROWTtIa. MARULAN, ....Mr. FULLJAMES. BUNGENDORE, Mr. O. BYRNE. (All letters must be post-paid.)` NEWLY-ESTAEILISIIED PRINTING OFFICE AND Stationery Warehouse, GOULBURN. W/TILLIAM JONES takes the liberty to in SV form the inhabitants of Yass, Queenbeyan, Bungonia, Berrima, Gundagia,. and the sur rounding districts, that he has commenced Bu siness in Auburn-street, Goulburn, near Messrs. Benjamin and...
"PALMAM QUI MERUIT FERAT." General War IN EUROPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 22 July 1848
" PALMAM QUI MEIIUIT P~EAT." O General War IN EUROPE. IN our last number we alluded to what we ithen considered to be a vague and unfounded rumour of war between Eng land, France, Austria, Russia and Prus sia; but which the Port Phillip mail of Friday (yesterday) week tends,.in a great measure, to confirm. It brought the startling, but not unexpected intelligence, that war had been declared by England and France, in concert, against the other powers, in consequence, it was said, of the invasion of the Papal States by Aus tria, whose aggression was supported by Russia and Prussia. There was also a rumour that Sir Charles Napier had been dispatched with a powerful squad ron to blockade the Russian ports. The information was obtained by the captain of the Mlahomed Schah, who spoke on the 29th April. off Madeira, the French brig Benares, bound from Marseilles to MVlonte Video, first by means of signals, indicating that war had broken out in Europe; but, doubting the accuracy of the inte...
COLLISION AND MASSACRE AT BERLIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 22 July 1848
COLLISION AND MASSACRE AT BERLIN. THe " Cologne Gazette" contains tlhe follow ing particulars of the disturbances at Berlin: March 17.-In spite of the influence of the committee of safety, some misfortunes happened last evening. It is' stated that' the students of Halle, Breslau, and Leipsic have arrived here. March 18th, 7 p.m.-Tranquility has been' somewhat re-established' during the last half liour.-Nine p.tit:-The disorders are not' yet' over. A violent fire has just liroke out in the Qhartier Louise. The city is so encumbered with soldiers that the couriers cannot leave. We redeive nb-journald. 1 havejust' learnt that' the gatrison of Berlin are about to withdraw. The Landwehr is nalled out; to db the duty. A' t-rrific collision took place, under' circumstances which seem to have been accidental, on the fol lowing acCoont;.-The liberty of the press, granted by the King, and" the Convocation of lie Diet for the 2nd of April, having caused gene ril joy, it was wished to illuminat...
REVOLUTION IN PRUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 22 July 1848
REVOLUTION- IN PRUSSIA. Wn have received the following accotlt'f of ti'e disturbances which took place dt Berlin on the [Ith and 16th of March, We take it from the " Prussian Gazette :"--" During the day of the 18th numerous gatherings in all tfl streUets at sembled about noon on the Schlossplats. The crowd was imnmense. As evening closed in the people began to throw stones from the pavement at the soldiery stationed :at the castle gates. The requests to the crowd to disperse were of no avail, and the stone throwing continued. It was necessary to call out the cavalry to clear the place. The crowd, in their flight, ran into the Brit Strasse, where they endeavoured to make a stand, as well as in other neigbouring streets, and attempted to impede the motions of the troops by breaking up the streets and bridges. The soldiery who ent to resist these movements were again assailed with stones, and it was only by hltving redourse to arms that they could in ducd the people to disperse. The r...
EXECUTION AT CLONMEL, OF PHILIP CODY, HENRY CODY, AND JOHN LONERGAN, FOR MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 22 July 1848
EXECUTION AT CLONM.L,, OF PHILIP CODY, HENRY CODY, AND JOHN LO NERGAN, FOR MURDER. March the 1st being tihe'day.fixed for the ex secution of John Lonergan, for the murder of the 'late W. Roe, JP. 'and of Heury:and PhilipCody,. for the murder of Edward Madden, who were convicted at the late Special Commission, all the' streets leading to the county gaol were at an early hour thronged with people. It being the fair-day of the town, there Wvere immense onm hers of the couniry people present:. At hilfpast ten A.M. a large detacliment of the 47tli regiinent and a squadron of the 4th Light Dragoons took lip their position in front of the gaol, at bothasides of the drop, and had much difficlthy in keeping back the crowds of people assembled to witness ,the execution. At about half past 11 o'clock, the wietched culprits nmade their appearance. Henry Cody camne out on the drop and address ed the people for about a minute-and a half, and requested the prayers of the people, but milde'no -decl...
INFORMATION AGAINST THE LEADERS OF THE CONFEDERATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 22 July 1848
INFOBSTrATION AGAINST THE LEADERS OF THE CONFEDERATION. ON Tuesday iifol?ination was sworn before the magistrates of the head office of police, by Mr. Hodges, short-haid writer, and others, upon w:hich warrants were issued for the arrdst of Mr. W. S. O'Brierii M.P., and Mr. T. F. Mengher, who weie charged with uttering seditious speeches on the 15th of March instant, at the Music Hall. A warrant was also issued against Mir Mitchell, .in which he is charged with publishing, in the " United Irishman," of which paper he is pro 'prie'tor, several articlds of a seditious and in '$ammatory chtiractdr. ARREST OF Msr. S. O'BRIEN, M.P. and Mn. AMrITCHIEL.-Mr. O'Brien was arrested at five o'clock on Tuesday, while in the adt of packing up for France, where he is deputed by two meet ings to present addresses of c6ngratulation to the Provisional Govertmneist. Mr. Mitchell has likeewise been arrested. Messrs.Smith O'Brien,Meaglher, anti Mitchell, attended at the Dublin police office, on Wedues d...
EXCITEMENT IN GERMANY. RIOTS AT KONIGSBERG. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 22 July 1848
EXCITEMENT IN GERMANY. RIOTS AT KONIOSBEOG. THec 'Borsenhalle' of the 18th has letters from Konigsberg to the 14th inst., which report great disturbances in that city on the preceding dlay. An imuience concourse assembled around the bilitig ii ihidli thei Miinicipiil " Re source" was sitting, and refused to disperse when the meeting broke up uiahoughi implored to do so by M. Walesrode, a great p.,pulr fa. vourite. The enraged multitude proceeded to the police station, where they lore up the pave menr, broke all the windows, hewed the shutters in pieces with axes, and vowed vengeance against the Police President, Lauterbach, a man universally detested. The gendarmerie and police could not arrest the violence of the crowd and the soldiery were equally impotent. At length a furious charge was made upon the peo. pie by the Curassiers, who displayed the same brutal ferocity as at Colonge. Many peaceable citizens were seriously wounded and two killed. Several were arrested and senlt to pr...