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SYDNEY MARKETS. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1849. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 3 March 1849

SYDNEY MARKETS. FrIDAT, FEBRUARY 23, 1849. WncAT.-Prices this week show an advance on those of the previous one, and the general zl1e of disposal has been from 3s. to 3s. Rd. per bushel, and a penny higher for a few choice samples. Although the sales have oeeo large yet the supply has been a very extensive one, and much still remains on hand, as lthe growere within the last two or three days have been ask ing As., at which figure the millers deeline purchasiug in consequence of the state of the Van Diemen's Land grain markets. FLovn.-This market is firmer than it has been for weeks past, and the cash prices quoted to-day were-fine, £9 10s. per 20001bs.; se conds, £8 10s. per ditto, and ration, £7 10s. per ditto. BaRaD.--The price remains at 2(d. the 21b. loaf. MAIZE.--This article has declined to 4s. per bushel, and forom which rate it is likely to still farther decrease. Barley, (English) for malting, has beeu selling freely at 3s. to 3s. 6h., and Cape at 29. Sd., which chews an im...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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A FINANCIAL QUESTION ANSWERED BY MR. DUNUP. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 3 March 1849

A FINANCIAL QUESTION ANBWEIED NY MI. DUNUP. A has given a bill to B, and A fnds himself without a ahilling when the bill has only two days to run. Now what is A to do under such circumstances ? ANsw?n.-If the bill has two days to run, A has of course two days to run also, and he had better run accordingly.

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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Rommestic Intelligence [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 3 March 1849

NEW ATTORNEY.-We understand that a ta lented and respectable attorney is about to estab lish himself in Goulburn. PETTY THIEVING.-Early on Monday morn ing, one of the petty thieves who infest this town walked unobserved into the kitchen of Mr. Collins, of the Victoria Store, and abstracted therefrom a capital hog-skin saddle. COLONIAL ALE.- -During the past cold weal ther we often regaled ourselves with a glas,: or Mr. Bradley's excellent ale, which possesses the same body as the English beverage. To those whose business exposes them to cold or inclement weather, a draught of good ale is far more exhilarating than potations of brandy orgin; and Mr. Bradley's ale, containing all the virtues of the best imported " malt and hops" will be found a cheap and wholesome drink to those who require such. GOULBURN RAEBs.-The forthcoming Races will be run on a new course, marked out near the " Ship in Distress," on ;he Lansdowne Estate. DOMESTIC SERVANTs.-At present there is a great demand for ...

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Goulburn Market Prices. FLOUR AT THE MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 3 March 1849

Goulburn Ziarket Prices. FLOURI AT THE MILLS. First quality ......per ton.. £12 Seconds...................1] Ration ............ ... £10

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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Miscellaneous Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 3 March 1849

THE PUBLIO PRES--The moral power of the public press in this country is not the less abso lute from being unacknowledged. "What will tile newspapers say if we do so and so?" crushes in the bud many a promising job. The knave, tile swindler, the profligate, and the debauchee, ore all more or less held in check by a salutary fear of seeing themselves reported in the news papers. If the ambition of one-half the world is to keep out of the newspapers, the account is fairly balanced by the desperate efforts of the other half to get in. In fact, all people who court publicity through these, the great dispen sers of it in our day, work upon the newspaper's blind side; they wish the paper to have no eye for anything but their claimns, their abilities, and their virtues.--Bentley's Magazine. INcENIoUs SWINDLxo.-Thle " Oxford He- raid" gives an account of an ingenious swindle practised by a recent visitor to that city. On the 22nd of June last an elderly gentleman, who appeared to be nearly b...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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Police Incidents. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1849. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 3 March 1849

TUvESDAY, FEBRUAsrY 27, 1849. Before W. H. HOVELL, Esq. J.P. DRusta RD s .-RonERT RYAN, a ticket-of-leave holder, appeared to answer an information charging him with appearing drunk in the pub lie streets of Goulburn. Having pleaded guilty, the Bench adjudged him to pay a fine of ]Os. with ls. costs, or to go to the stocks for three hours. WILLIAM NEVIN, pleaded guilty to a similar charge. It being his first offence, he was sen tenced to pay 5s. with is. costs. MARGAARET SWAIN, whose appearance gave strong evidence of her fonduess for intoxicating drinks, was next charged with appearing drnuk in the streets on the 20th, it being her fourth offence. Captain ITovell:-Well Margaret Swain, how do you'plead? As you kept away from hIere so long I was in hopes that you had given over drinking, but I suppose you have been taking a drop on the sly, and the constables did not know anything about it. If you don't take care you'll lose your nose. Do you plead guilty P Mrs. Swain :-" I'm going t...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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NECESSITY THE MOTHER OF INVENTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 3 March 1849

NECESSITY TnHE MooTnHE O01 INVENTION.-TIn an inhospitable portion of one of the Austrllian colonies there resided tw~ young men of educea tion and respectability, who, with many, had left their country and their friends to seek their for tune in a land of strangers. The place which they selected for their new enterprizcs proved to be unsuited to their objects, and a very common lot befel them-they were reduced to poverry uand compelled to resort to untried expedients in order to procure ihe means of subsisteuce. One of them commenced a school, and the other re solved upon an undertaking which, considering the circumstances under which it was prosecuted, may be ranked amongst the wonders of colonial life. The want of a small coasting vessel to trade between the outports of the province had long been a source of inconvenience to the set ?lers; and this young man seized upon the chance of retrieving his lost foRtune by an at tempt to supply this desideratum. IHe had never before been e...

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

lEnidargement OF THE PAPER. O UR Subscribers and the Pub lic generally are respectfully informed that early next month the " GOULBURN HERALD" will be permanenlly 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 Souithern Counties will extend ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 3 March 1849

It is in our eyes a fiction cruel in its conse quences, tlhat which considers all men equal in capacity, in their interests for the public welfare, in acquired knowledge, in intensity of will, in virtue, and which in consequence claims for all persons an equal share in the direction of public affairs. * * * * It is sacrificing mind to indiffereice, knowledge to ignuorance, and the wisdom of deliberation to carelessness.-SlsMONDoI. IN our previous paper on the subject of Democracy, we acknowledged that we were favourable to the existence of the active principles of democracy in every government. The exalted position of Great Britain in the scale of nations, we attributed to the democratic principle which animnated her people, stepping beyond the confines of the Island of the West, we are prepared to affirm that this. principle is co-existent with the progress of Christianity, of letters, and of civiliza tion. We admit that the arts which administer to luxury, and that abstract and me...

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

TO CORRESPONDENTS. WE erttulnot answer the question of an "Inquisi ti'e Bachelor.'" If what he state$ is correct, we cry "shame"to the gentlemen of Goulburn. WE shall be happy to receive the promised prose communication from ELLA. A BaEEDER Or HOESEs.--We do not know any. thing about the Yass or Berrirnma Races; not hIaving had any official communication on the subject, we cannot say if there are going to be any races at these towns. It appears doubtful THE GOULBURN HERALD SATURDAY, MARCH 3, 1849.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 10 March 1849

TERMS. - Eight Shillings and Sixpence per quarter-if paid in advance, Seven Shillings and Sixpence per quarter. SNo receipt is genuine except on yellow pa. per and signed by the proprietor, WILLIAM JONuES. The qurters end on 81st March, 80th Jnne 23rd September and 23rd December, at which periods only can Subscribers decline by giv ing notice and paying the amount cdue to the end of the current quarter. ADVERTISEMIENTS are charged 2s. 6d. for the first inch of space, and Is. for each addi tional inch, each insertion; and all advertise mcnts that do not state on the face of them, the number of times they are to be inserted, will be continued until countermandd and charged to the parties concerned. No verbal communication can be attended to; and all letters snust be post-paid, or they will not be taken in. mn·r.mIYr~~~v~r-~z~~ -?,r-l r~n?, ..,-,--an Edited, printed, and published by WILLIAM[ JONES, (sole proprietor), at thu Priuduig Office, Auburn streaet, Goulburn.

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Miscellaneous Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 10 March 1849

ENGLItS ORPHAN InMMir .TnroN.-The Ade laide Journals coutain a despatch from Earl Grey, intimating his having authorised tile Land and Emigration Commissioners to make arrangements for extending to Englind the schemie for conveying female orphans from work houses in Ireland to the Australian Colonies. The Commissioners report that only forty-seven giils who had attained the age of seventeen, and eligible as emigrants, were found in thewiork houses of London and the surrounding counties, but a limited extent of girls of a less mature age are, it seems, procurable. The Coiinmis sioners say:-" It appears that, up to the age of fourteen or fifteen, the girls ii the woariiouses are brought .up, 'colnmparatively Speaking,, with care.t About. that age, they. usially go out to service, in'sittiiuaious of a very inferior hlind.- The'better claids geileral do not return: those who do are pliced il tlhe Womniýi's Ward, where I they 'ire.' exposed to unch n ;emlit'ation and balud company,ý whic...

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Select Poetry. MEMORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 10 March 1849

MEMORY. BY MISs. SIGOUtItINEY. The past she ruleth. At her touch Its temple-waves nfoldl, And from their gorgeous shrines descend The mIighlty men of old: At her deep voice the dead reply, Dry bonies are clothed and live, Long perislih'd garlantds bloom unew, And buried joys revive. When o'er the fulture many a shade Of saddening twilight steals, Or the dimm'd present to the soul Its emptiness reveals *She ope's her casket, and a cloud Of chleering perfume streams, " Till with a lifted hltirt we tread The pleasant lad of dreaxms. Make friends of potent Memoory, O, young man, in thy prime,1 - And with hel jewels b:ight aniiid rare Enrich the lhoand of l'ime; Yet if thou mokelest her witl weeds, 4 trieleY 'nmil her bowers, : She'll seil a poisot. through thy veins In life's disastrous houes; Makle friendi of potent Memory, O, maidcu, i thliy blooti, And bind her to thy iumost lIeai SBefore the. days of.gloomt;n For sorrow softeneth iilto joy Betieath her \wtand sublime, Ad, shite immo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 10 March 1849

IATANTED by a young man, without incum. SV brance,. a situation as Workiung Overseer; the advertiser has beeal from infancy accustomed to the farming business, and is competent to keep accounts, and would be found an acquisi tion to any one wanting such a person. Apply, if by letter, post paid, to XL at the Office of this paper. NOTICE, HE Members of the DrAMATIc CLUBn are . requested to meet at Mr. O'BRIEN'S, Harpl Inn, Auburn-street, on Monday Evening at 7 o'clock, P.r. WV. HOLLAND, STAGE MIANAGER . NOTICE. B EGS leave to return his most sincere thanks for the very liberal share of patronage he ius received since commencing business on his own account, and trusts by following the proper system of business, viz.:-Small profits and quick returns, to merit a still further share of public support. L. C. would also state, that he has no connec. tion with any other establishment in Goulburn, and he is well satisfied that by giving him a trial, his prices will defy competition. Goulburn ...

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THE SOFT ANSWER. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 10 March 1849

THIE SOFT ANSrWER. ' I'll give him law to hIis helirt's content, the scoundrel!' said Sigleioni, walisitg backward ianud forwanrd, in a state of great excitement. SDon't call harsh names, bMr. Singletbon,' said solicitor T'rueman, looking np,fto m the rnnss of papers befoe him, anil smililig in i quiet, oene volent way, that was peculliari to him. ' Ivery raun 3lhohld be ktlownii by hiis true name. itilli:mns is a sconudrel? ain sohe ouight to be callcd !' responded thie diuent, witls in creasing warntth. ' Did you everC do a reunsonable tiing in your life elicn you were angry ?' astked MrAi: Trueman,, whos e age nd respectaubility gaue himn the license to speak: thus freely to his young frienid, for Whomn lie was endeavoulritlg to arrlange sotle business diliculty with his former parter. SI can't say that I ever did, Mtr. Trueman, but inow I have good reason for being angry; and the language I use, it refereuce to Williams, is but the expression of a sober auil rational coin. victi...

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JOLLY YOUNG COLLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 10 March 1849

JOLLY YOUNG COLIY. There's jolly youung Colly, of HollyoodiFilall, lHas gallopped, and \whalloppedi, and trollopped through all The estate ofhis pater, till great is his fall S: Poor Colly! For gemmen, ain flhaslinen, an il others beside, Andl joskis in blieksiis, wh;o horseskins could strid,@ - Were ivelLome, if they'd corme and help him to ride T .hrough his fortune. And e ail'ledil:'eemt: bis:rn'IEnDs and he lent 'enr " his:pdun ls?" : - While they plnckeled him and sucked him so out of all bounds, . That the lneighbours all said he fed Two PACKs O HOUNDS. Hark forward ! Andl hence his expenses, and thence is the cnuse, As you'll guess, that distress and that pest of the laws A bailiff, one day left the mark of his claws On his shoulder. Now, though hunter himself, he was hunted full sore, Being suED and PURSUED the wnole country quite o'er, Till his creditors said it was aUSTIso A BOnE, A hard run. It was hark away, hark away, mark the way~ go But the game was soon ended, so Fri...

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STEAM NAVIGATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 10 March 1849

STEAM NAVIGATION. WVI?N the extent and almost unrivalled fertility of this country is considered, as well as the suitability of its climate for E nglislihmen, who can avoid viewing it as one of the most important possessions of thie Briish Crown. But its geogra Ih:ic:al posinon, its grernt distance frorm the Motlher-country, has operaled ma cri-ijv ?.?.lrlSt J!- Fitoady atlvanlce mnent. The readiost means to reduce this natt ral disadvantage to the smallest possible amount of inconvenience should excite the lnremittin .attenrion of the Govern ment at home as well as of this country. Tihe establishment of a rapid postal communication between Australia and England is a matter of primary and im measurable importance, and when ac complished, must be attended with the most beneficial results. Thie wait of this has hitherto, in a great measure, limited the amount and quality of emi grants to the Colony : thle long and ir regular period occupied in the transmis sion of correspondence betwe...

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MURDER AT CAMPBELLTOWN. CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT. TUESDAY, MARCH 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 10 March 1849

MURDER AT CAMPBELLTOWN,. CENTRAL CRIMINAL COURT. TUESDAY, MARCH 0. Before his Honor the Chief Justice. James Richardson, late of Campbelltown, was indicted for the wilful murder of his wife, Elizabeth Richardson, on the 80th day of January last. The prosecution was conducted by the Attor. ney-General. The prisoner was defended by Mr. Purefoy: attorney, Mr. Fryer. The Attorney General stated the case to the jury, and called Charles HIuckstep, who deposed that he re sided at Camtpbelltown, and that the prisoner bad frequently resided for a short timne with him on occasions of ditference arising between him (prisoner) and his wife; on the 19th of January last prisoner had been residing with witness (for the fifth time) for about a month; on the even inug of that day prisoner had tea with witness' famnily, after which hle went out and did not sleep that niighlt in the house; about four o'clocke the next morning (the morning of the day stated in the iudictment) he was called up by the pr...

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THE MURDER OF MR. KENNEDY AND FATE OF THE EXPEDITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 10 March 1849

THE MURDER OF MR. KENNEDY AND FATE OF THE EXPEDITION. IT is our painful duty this weelck .to an-. nounce the melancholy fate of tlhe ex ploring party which started to Cape York about ten months since under thle com mand of Mr. Kennedy. An official account of the progress of the explorers has not yet been published, but a statemnent of the fate of Mr. Ken nedy, made by an aboriginal native, who accompanied the expedition, having ap peared in tihe Sydney 1Mlorning Herald, we hasten to present our readers with such particulars as our limits will ad mit of. The sufferings endured by the gallant little band were dreadful in the extreme, and have terminated in the known deathI of six from starvation, and one (Mr. Kiennedy) by the murderous hands of the savages. The fate of the others, with the exception of Carron, Goddard, and Jackey, who have arrived in Sydney, is involved in doubt, although we may reasonably conclude they perished from Iwant. The expedition, cons'sting of Mr. E. B. Kenn...

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Police Incidents. TUESDAY, MARCH 6, 1849. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 10 March 1849

TUESDAY, MAICIH 6, 1849. Before W. H. HovEL.L. Esq. J.P. DRUNKAhDS.--WILLIAM CAr.BON was ohlarged on information with appearing drunk ini the public streets of Gonlburn, on the 2nd instant. Having been called three times in the usual manner, and not appearing, Constable Patter son was sworn, and stated, that he confined the *defendant for drunkenness on the 2nd inst. The Bench ordercd the bail of £1 is. to be forfeited, 10s. of which to be appropriated to the Goulburn Hospital. JAMEs MINSHULL, a sort of free and easy gentleman, who was evidently on terms of inti macy with the worthy magistrate who presided, was charged with a similar offence. Upon the information being read of course the defendant knew nothing about the charde, and staked his unimpeacbed veracity that he had never appeared at any court in the colony, although he had been twenty-eight years in it; but as ihe knew nothing on the subject, hlie inferred that he must have been exceedingly lushy, and therefore submitted t...

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