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PORT PHILLIP ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 10 March 1849

PORT PI-IILLIP ELECTION. Tan last over-land mail has brought us only one Melbourne paper, and that the Argus, (a non-election paper) of the 2nd instant. We are not therefore in a po sition to give our readers a detailed account of the return of Mr. WtLLIAM, MAcAhnTuuR, as one of the members for Port Phillip. However, we can gather from the editorial remarks, which we give below, thlat the DUKEc OF WELLINGTON's sup porters met with a defeat, although their organ wants to make it appear that a victory of principle was gained. "The result of Tuesday's election determines beyond dispute, the fact that the non-election principle is the political faith of Port Phillip, and that however a few sycophantic adherents of the Government (like the soul-less slaves at Geelong who sold their birth right for Mr. La Trobe's paltry mess of pottage) may strugJle and strive, the voice of the great body of the people, and of nearly three-fourths of the elec tors is for spurning the cheat which impo upon...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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SYDNEY MARKETS. FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1849. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 10 March 1849

SYDNEY MAR'KETS. FRIDaY, MAnca 2, 18409. WetEAT.-Prices have again advanced during the last six days, but the rate of 4s. per bushel demanded by the growers at the close of last week has not been obtained, as the highest given, and then but in a few instauces, has bees 3s. lid., between which and 3s. Gd. has been the range. A considerable quantity left on hand at the close of last week. together with an aver. age receipt during thle present one, rendered the supply an extensive one, and there being a great improvement in the quality, all for disposal met with a ready sale. Froun.--Flour keeps firm at the prices last quoted. Fine, per 2000 lbs, £9 10. cash; se conds, per ditto, £8 10s. ditto; ration, per ditto, £7 10s. ditto. BREAD.-The general price charged by the bakers is 2(d. per 21b. loaf. GnIAN. - Continued arrivals of maize hias bronught this grain down to s. 6d. anid Os. 9J1., according to quality, per bushel; and as there is a very large supply hourly expected coastwise, thi...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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Original Correspondence. To the Editor of the Goulburn Herald. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 10 March 1849

------! To the Editor of the Goulbutrn Herald. Sn,--I will thankl you to inform me how it is that no attempt is made on the part of the po. lice to put down the dreadful nuisance of bur. chiers killing sheep at the back of their premises in the very heart of Goulburn. -laving often occasion to pass down Auburn-street, my nose has been violently annoyed by most dreadful smells escaping from the back premises of. a butcher living somewhere about the middle of the street. Not being very learned in the dif. ferent kinds of smells, I made inquiry, and learnt that the butcher I allude to slaughtered sheep in his back.yard, and allows the offal to remain. until such time as a moderate heap of it is col. lected, when he sets it on fire: hence a compli. cated smell, which is more uuique haln agree able. I am, Sir, Yours, obediently, A. B. 0.. [We have no doubt that the nuisance com plained of would be done away with if the Towns'. Police Act were in force.--E. G. H.]

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Goulburn Market Prices. FLOUR AT THE MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 10 March 1849

Qoulburn lVtarket Prices. FLOUR AT THE MILLS. First qnality ......per ton.. 12 Seconds...................l] Ration ..................£10

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

-Peei ?¢!'igctr FATA~L ACCIDENT. --A shoemnaker; named. Frederick Pithouse, and his daughter, a child about nine years of age, met with their death on. Sunday night last, 'it is slpposed, in the fol ows.? ing melancholy mnnner:--The deceased, his. wife, and child alluded to, arrived lately inI Gunlburn from Braidwood, and tihe husband* having agreed to work for a master-shloemakler ~named Warn, vho resides in Auburn-streeet, started with his little girl in the morning of the day above mentioned in a cart for Braidwood, for the purpose of fetching one of hIis children whom he had left behind. On his way hie called at tile Bore Inn, and after partaking of some re freshlment, enquired the road to where hie was going. On thie samne evening he was seen by a, shepberd in the employ of Mr. THyland, who, observing that Pithouse was rather intoxicated, recommended him to come to his hut anti stop that nighlt. ilthouse declined tiled offer, saying that he had paid six shiillings for the horse...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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COOL CUSTOMERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 10 March 1849

COOL CUSTOMERS. As we sat chatting together last night, the dan ;geof a fire at sea was talked of. The loss of the SKent" Indiainan, and the remarkable coolnes of Col. M' Grigor on that occusion, were discuss ed and various anecdotes related of calmness, presence of mind, and coolness, under every possible form of peril. " There is a good deal of erbellishment in all these stories," said Mr. Slick. " There is always a fact to build a story on; or a peg to hang it on-; and this miakes it probable; so that the story and its fictions get so.tmixed up you. cani't tell at last what is truth and what is fancy. A good story is never spiled in the telliu', except by a crittnr that don't know hown to tell it; Battles, shipwredikis, hiih way-robberies,.blowed up steamers, vessels a fire. and so on, lay a foundation asfacts.- Some people are saved-that's another tact to build on ;-some captain or passenger, or wonan haint fainted, and .that's enough to' make a grand affair of it. Yon can't har...

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 — 10 March 1849

OF THE PAPER. O UR Subscribers and the Pub lic generally are respectfully informed that on the 24th of this 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 enlarge:l edition the Colonial Markiet Prices, Arrival and I)ep-arture of Vessels, Im pounding Notices, List of un c'aimed Letters c. will regularly appear, together with a mass of intelligenceu equal to any paper publishe- in Sydney or elsewhere. Althougha the alteration in the -ize f:: the Paper .will entail a :coisiderabi. eiti.a; expense on the poprietili. , he does not urpose to' raise the -price f thie ubiScrip tion, whih:ivwill i-emain a" it is ait Spresent.: . It :i to be hopedt tiat tihe resi den'is i, th n -% tnerin Couaties i...

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

THE COMING DANCGER. WIIArT has become of the friends of transportation that they have not held public .raethogs throughout the colony to express to 1arl Grey their satisfaction at New South Wales being again se lected as one of the penal settlements of Great Britain? Why are they dumb when a minister of the British Crown .ha stooped so low as.to break his word with countless thousands, in order to supply them with convict labour? Have thev no feelings to give vent to, or is their force so numerically insignificant that they dread exposing its weakness before the eves of an indignant people ? Are they willing then to let thetime go by in whicb it would be tit and proper for them to express their principles and entab:lish their party ? It would be need less:.to pause for a reply-f?or the friends of transportation, those to whom felon labor presented so many charms, are ready to stand up against the new con vict systern of Earl Grey. To them it presents none of the enticing features of...

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 — 10 March 1849

TO CORRESPONDENTS. To Oon AssnTs.-We tshall feel obliged by our C(outry Agents remittingt us nt their earliest convenience such monies ns they hold on n. ounot of Subsocriptions. &,. to thisi ,onrnal. Some of the bills have been outstanding too :long. T. W. N.--Under consideration. THE GOULBURN IHEALD SATURDAY, MARCR 10, 18-40.

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THE EXPEDITION OF MR. KENNEDY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 17 March 1849

THE EXPEDITION OF MR. KENNEDY. A JUDICIAL investigation into the circumstances attendant on the death of the late Mr..Kennedy and those who perished in his ill-fated expedi tion to explore the interior of tropical Australia, took place before Captains Innes and Brown on the 6th instant. The report, as published in the Sydney Morning Herald, is too lengthy for our columns, but the following extracts from the journal of Mr. Carron, Botanist to the Expedi tion, and Doctor Vallack's evidence, will afford a good idea of the dangers and privations of the party. The expedition of Mr. Kennedy proceeded to Rockingham Bay by water, and on the 5th of June last the party consisted of Mr. E. B. Ken nedy, Mr. W. Carron, Mr. C. Niblett, Mr. T. Wall, James Laff, Edward Taylor, William Cos tigan, William Goddard, Thomas Mitchell, Ed ward Carpenter, John Douglass, - Dunn, and Jackey Jackey, an aboriginal native. Mr. Ken nedy's instructions were to proceed from Rock ingham Bay to Port Albany at Cape Y...

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IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 17 March 1849

IRELAND. Tipperary will pay heavily for the late Com. mission. There were 200 witnesses summoned by the Crown, many of whom were paid five guineas a-day, all of which must be levied off Tipperary. It cost at least £500 a-day. Mr. Whiteside, the eminent counsel who de fended Smith O'Brien, and whose speech at Clonmel has been universally applauded as one of the finest forensic displays recent years have witnessed, was the first editor of the Dublin University Magazine, and author of a recent work, "Italy in the Nineteenth Century." A new work, from his pen, to be entitled " Vicissi tudes of the Eternal City," is announced. It is stated that the Government have it in contemplation to augment, at an early date, the constabulary force in Ireland to 80,000 of all ranks. This formidable body are to be employed, in addition to present constabulary duties, in all descriptions of service for which the regular military are now required; and the whole or greater part of the latter force will b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 17 March 1849

Royal Amateur Theatre. FOR THE BENEFLr OF MRRL& PTU@VI7BI & Q RR aME. ON TUESDAY, March 20th., will be per formed a FARCE, in one act, entitled THU DISAPPF-CTED 'LOVERS. AFTER WHICH, SoNGs--B MESSRS. TOMLINSON & HOLLAND. To conclude with a Domestic Drama, called THE GOLDEN FARMER. For characters, &c. see small Bills. Adimttance. One Shilling.. Piano Forte to be Sold, A T a very moderate price, in perfect repair,, and recently pts in good tat?e.,. Apply to B.Y. Office of this Paper. FINAL DRAWING iN THE EqUITABLE PARTITION OF T?E VALUABLE PROPERTIES OF THE BANK OF AUSTRALIA. TO BE DRAWN FOR ON THE OTIt OF APRIL, TECRETS, £5 Ss. EACH. T HE number of Tickets in the FINAL DRAWING is limited to 62-4, of which only 2812 are reserved for the Middle District of New South Wales, Van Diemen's Land and New Zealand. The greater portion of these Tickets are already disposed of, so thatt early application is necessary to secure any of the remaining few. It will be ...

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MELBOURNE MARKETS. MARCH 8, 1849. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 17 March 1849

MELBOURNE MARKETS. MARnc 8, 1849. GnAIN.-Wheat since our last report has been declining in price, and has now reached as low as from 3s. to 3s. 3d. per bushel. Too large quantities are being sent to market, the effect of which will certainly be to lower the rate still farther. During last week several of the most extensive farmers in the neighbourhood not re lishing the state of the market here, were in treaty with a mercantile firm in town for the freighting of a vessel with wheat for the British market, and could have obtained an advance on their shipments equal to the prices above quoted, but unanimity in the design not prevailing among the projectors of the. enterprise, it is at present in abeyance. Oats are very plentiful, and have fallen in price to from 2s. to 3s. per bushel. There is no Maize in the market. FLoua.-The disparity between the prices of flour and wheat has for some time been great, the former article rating as high as £10 per ton. for first quality, and £9 for s...

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LATER EUROPEAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 17 March 1849

LATER EUROPEAN NEWS. BY the arrival of the "Joseph Albino" at Port Phillip we are placed in possession of news down to 24th November. The following summary is taken from the " Melbourne Morning Herald:" Consols, at the latest. dated, were quoted at 87: to 87J. Lord John Russell and Earl Grey are said to be about to retire from the Ministry. This may probably have the effect of delaying the bill for granting Representative Institutions to the Aus tralian colonies. Sir Charles Wood, the Chancellor of the Ex chequer, was likely to retire from the Ministry, as he was not in favor of the new Premier, said to be Lord Clarendon. The Attdrney-General had allowed the writ of error in Smith O'Brien's case, and it was likely he would escape punishment altogether. The Bank of England has reduced the rate of interest to three per cent, The Government intend to take 150 pupils annually from the ragged schools, and send them to the colonies, with certificates of good conduct, which will certainly ...

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Select Poetry. THE BOSOM SANCTUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 17 March 1849

THE BOSOM SANCTUARY. BY HOnACE SMITH. Each bosom is a temple; when its altar, The living heart, is unprofaned and pure, Its verge is hallowed; none need fear or falter Who thither fly; it is an ark secure, Winning, above a world o'erwhelmed with wrath, Its peaceful path. 0 bower of bliss ! 0 sanctuary holy! Terrestrial antepast of heavenly joy; Never ! oh, never may misdeed or folly My claim to thy beatitudes destroy ! Still may I keep this Paradise unlost; Where'er I am toss'd. How sweet to turn from anguish, guilt, and mad ness, From scenes where strife and tumult niever cease, To that Elysian world of bosom'd gladness, Where all is silence, charity, and peace; And slhelter'd from the storm, the soul maiy rest On its own niest! When, spleenful as the sensitive mimosa, We shrink from winter's touch and nature's gloom, There may we conjure up a Vallambrossa, Where groves and bowers in summer beauty bloom, And the heart dances in the sdnny glade Fancy has made. But, would we dedicate...

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THE MAURITIUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 17 March 1849

THE MAURITIUS. LoRD GREY's Circular Petition to the Colonies to embrace his new scheme of Ticket-of-Leave Transportation had reached Mauritius, and is thus reported on : " A Despatch from the Secretary of State was presented to the Legislative Council on Monday last by his Excellency, inquiring how far it would be desirable to send convicts to this Colony who have passed a certain time of probation else whete. " Everything depends on the nature of the discipline to be adopted with regard to these convicts, and whether at the expiration of their time they will have a right of residence here. If so, the influence these individuals are likely to exercise on our lower classes, will be very pernicious. "At the Cape a Petition has been numerously signed by the colonists there against their being sent to that Colony. In Manritins there is great room for steady, intelligent European workmen who may turn their time to advantage either in town or conntry, but we are far better without the cri...

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YASS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 17 March 1849

y A S S. [FRost OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] POLICE OFFICE, THURBSDAY, MARCH 15. The Bench assembled this morning at the usual hour; the business, which was trifling, was dispatched with alacrity. The new chief con stable (Mr. Chapman) was then introduced to the Bench, and formally inducted as chief con stable of Yass. Mr. Chapman has for many years been resident in Berrima, and from the indefatigable manner he discharged his duties, obtained the respect his meritorious conduct was deserving of from the surrounding inhabi tants. It is to be hoped he will be equally useful in the Yass district, and from the recep tion he has met with this morning, there is little doubt but he will prove a valuable and ser viceable acquisition to ourlittle community here.

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LATEST FROM INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 17 March 1849

LATEST FROM INDIA. THE Mauritius papers, brought by the Joseph Albino, contain Indian news up to the 22nd of December, but the fol lowing are the only paragraphs worth ex tractig : ATTACK OF TItr SESUR?s AT THE PUNJAUI. Lord Gough arrived on the 21st November at the seat of war, and on the arrival of the troops at Ratmnugger, ordered an attack. The following graphic account of the late engagement of the British troops with the Seikhs is from Ia corres pondent of the " Mofussilite." Itamnngger is situate in the interior of the Punjaub some dis tance to the N.E. of Lahore. R sAMNUGcoun, 22nd November, 18.18.-Lord Gough and his staff arrived yesterday at the camp near Alipore, and about 2 a.m., a portion of the force received a verbal order to march without the slund of trumpet at ;3 a. m. 'he troops arrived at ltannueggur at about 7 a.m., when the entire force of Shere Singh, consisting of artillery, cavalry, and infantry, from fifteen to ?revnty thousand men, were seen stretching in ...

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Police Incidents. TUESDAY, MARCH 13, 1849. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 17 March 1849

TUESDAY, MAtRCH 13, 1S49. Before W. H. HOVEL. Esq. J.P. MiICHA.EL CULLAY, was brought before the Bench under the following circumstances: Theaprisoner held a ticket of-leave for the dis trict of .Goulburn, but instead of confining his perambulations within the limits prescribed, he had wandered through the Maneroo and Qnean beyan districts, and subsequently hired with a Mr. Ryan, near Yass. A warrant had been issued for his apprehension by the Queanbeysn Bench on a charge of hsrse stealing and de frauding a person out of the sum of five pounds, upon which he was taken, but the charge not being legally substantiated against him, he was acquitted of it, but ordered to be forwarded to his-proper district. Captain Hovell upon looking over a copy of the depositions taken in the case, said it was evident the prisoner was not worthy of the in dulgence he held from the Crown; he was evi dently'a man of bad character, and had only escaped being committed for horse-stealing by a trifling flaw...

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CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 17 March 1849

:CAPE -OF.;GOO D. D HOPE. Tuir following is an extract from a letter dated Natal, November 8, to a friend in Cape Town : " We are itn a dreadful state of excitement. Rumours have been busy for the last week, but now certain news have arrived, that Panda has killed EvERYT':lite' iman ill his country, and several powerftil chiefs. All the Caffres in the directio' of the Zul' country, have fled to the bash. The obuntry is entirely deserted, and all agricultural pursuits put a stop to. The whole of the " Cajie Cottoi Company's" people came in yesterday evening together with all the Mis siotiaries anil other itihabitants in that direction. I rode out to tihe other side of Umguni last even ing, and foungd the Caffre men gone to fight. 'lThe women in -that neighbourhood were coming in droves to the Bay for protection. It is now 3 p.m., and.I am. sitting up lest we should be taken by surprise, for it is thought that the ' Bloody Devils" will overrun the country. The accounts that came in la...

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