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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 31 March 1849

·"~i i~. -) : : dEb 0onRRsPONPEN'rs. The letter of " An Emigrant" is in type and will appear lu onr next. The subject of XYZ's letter will meet with our early atten tion. .THE GOULBURN HERALD. SATUBD.AY, MAnnCII 31, 1849.

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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Impoundings. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 31 March 1849

JhnpoulJtting0. AT Wagga Wagga, on the 12th day of March, 1849, from Cunningdon:--1 strawberry cow, JSJ near rump; 1 white red heifer, TK near rump; 1 white and red poley cow, like C with 5 under near rump; 1 brindle bullock, IRK off rump, T OO under, near ribs, illegible near rump; 1 bluesided heifer, ille gible brand near rump; 1 blue-sided cow, M in circle off rump; 1 red heifer, JH conjoined near rump, ear marked; 1 red poley steer, TW 43 under near rump, short tail; 1 red and white steer, R off ruomp, C on slhe.lder off side; 1 red spotted steer, R off rump; 1 red heifer, T with 00 under off ribs, T reversed near ribs, white back; 1 red cow, CC JSJ under near ribs, S near neck, 6 nrear thigh; 1 brin die heifer, IT near ribs; I brown-sided cow, JSJ near runmp: 1 strawberry cow, like IO near rump; 1 black and white snail-horned bullock, IM off rump, ear marked; 1 spottedl steer, illegible brand off rump and ribs; 1 red steer, IN off rump, BY off shoulder; ] brindle bullock, like ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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THE GOVERNOR ON TRANSPORTATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 31 March 1849

THE GOVERNOR ON TRANS PORTATION. THE attention of the reader is directed to the Colonial Secretary's letter to Mr.Gilbert Wright which appears ii another column. The prompt manner in' which his Excel Slency the Governor has taken. notice of the expression of public opidion . oni the vital question of transportation or no transpor •-tation, must excite the approbation of the right-thinking portion of the community. The deference which is thus p.aid to the .:sentiments of a people is but another proof that the just principles of government are gaining ground in the colonies, and that the old method of ruling a people by coercion is passing away with the days which gave it birth. Sir Harry Smith is reported to have said;, in withdrawing the militia bill, which .'prov~ d obnoxious to the Cape Colonists, that :ii'Las.it .was evidently opposed to the views ;and wishes of the Colonists, he would not ' press it upon them; his object was and ever "would be, to govern the people by themselves...

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MELBOURNE MARKETS.—MARCH 23, 1849. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 31 March 1849

MELBOURNE MARKETS.-MaRcnA 23, 1849.. GnaAs.--'l'hc upward tendency of the Sydney market, and the prudencee of tile farmers hIere itn not stupplying the market too largely for the existing demiand, have p evenled a fall ill thle price of wheat taking place, and giveni a firmness to tile market which it has not had for sme weeks past. Every species of grain is plentiful, The followilng are the prices current :--Wheat, 3?. to 8s. 3d. per bu'shel; English barley, 3s. to 3s. (id.; oats, 2s. 3d. to 3s.; masize, none. FLoOn.-During last week the seconds of Ihis article fell 10s. per ton, and is now £8 iO. First quality is selling at £10. FAT CATTLE.-Eighty seven head of cows and bullocks, interior, sold at auction at from 80s. to 86s. each. WORKINo B3ULLOCKs.-Four, bows and yokes given in, sodlit at £7 per pair. SHEEP.-400 fat wethers sold at is. 6d. and 5s. 9d. each, or nearly lId. per lb. HonsEs.-About seventeen were offered at the weekly sale on Thursday, out of which eleven fonud purch...

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Cumberland Election. SYDNEY, Wednesday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 31 March 1849

Oumberlanad Election. SYDNEY, Wednesday Afternoon. WE hasten to present our readers with the latest state of the Polling for the Election of a Member for the county of Cumberland. Our correspondent was able only to send us the closing state of the Sydney poll and the one o'clock report from the North Shore. Closing state of the Poll Sydney, 4 o'clock FITZGERALD.............233 M~Ia. . E ..................205 North Shore, 1 o'clock. MICHIE ............ ....22': S, FITZGER?ALDT . ?....:... ...20. Our Correspondent writes -" During the last weelk we have been in a conti riued stat;e: of excitement, ' east, west, north and~soQlfth,'? : ithrough the electioneering for the Metropolitan County. To day in parti cular 'all business has been at a perfect stand still. I have therefore no particular altera tion Ito report on the markets, as the prices quioted 'last Saturday remain nearly the stame. There is a very great demand fdr cattle. This morning Fitzgerald entirely changed his tactics, an...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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Commercial Intelligence. GOULBURN MARKET PRICES. FLOUR AT THE MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 31 March 1849

Commercial Intelligence. GOULBURN MARKET PRICES. TLOUR AT THE MILLS. First quality ............per ton.. £12 Seconds ........................£10 Ration .........................£11 Wi?EAT.--BeSt samples 2s. 6d. BAnLEY.-English the same as last quotation. TALLOW is in great demand here. £10,000 would be readily iuvested in the purchase of this article, but the great dlrawbeack is the want ot teams for conveyance to Sydney. SHEEPS' PELTs are fetching 24d., to 3d. No demand among the butchers for stock: the Boiling-down Establishment is full for the next month. Good fat cattle and sheep would meet with purchasers for Sydney: butchers have come our length on the look out, but they won't buy middling and inferior, the market being glutted. SYDNEY MARKETS..-SATUBDAY, MARaC 24 A fair amount of business has been done this week, principally in the execution of orders for Auckland and other out-ports. San Francisco has also taken off a large quantity of goods of a very varied description; but...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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Sydney News. NOMINATION OF A MEMBER FOR THE COUNTRY OF CUMBERLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 31 March 1849

Sydney News., ROMINATION OF A MEMB3ER FOR THIE COUNTY OF CUMIBERLAND. [Abridged from the " S. M. H-erald."] YESTERDAY (March 22,) the nomination of candidates for the honor of re msenting the County of Cumberland in Legislative Council took place at Parr; L. The Warden of the Di presided on the occasion. Mr. W. C. Wentworth (member for Syd ney) said he was sure that there wasnot one among the meeting that was gathered round him who did not regret the event that brought them together that day. Per haps Mr. Nelson Lawson might not have made one of the first lights of the Council. He might not have astonished that assembly with his oratory, or beguiled it with his sophistry. But he would in tlhe path of truth and of patriotism have trodden in the steps of his vencerable father. He would have been fouud ever ready to vote on the side of the people; and those who had followed to his early grave the bier of that young man, could best appreciate the loss that they, the electors of the coun...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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ROMANCE OF REAL LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 31 March 1849

iROMANCE OF IREAL LIFE. [From "The Times."] A1 ROMANCE of real life in its incidents and eata~trophe, far beyond the wonders of an :average novel, has just been closed in the Court of Queen's Bench by a verdict which appears to have been as gratifying to every listener as it must needs have been to the parties immediately concerned. There was no very great conflict of evidence in the mat ter, as the case turned entirely upon a sc lection between one of two probable stories, and we shall be best enabled to present the reader with an intelligible digest of the three days' trial by assuming, as the jury did, that the tale of the plaintiffs was strictly true, and by relating it in the shape of such a continuous whole as may be constructed from the minutes of the proceedings. SIn the year 1763 there was born, at Bad well Ash, in the county of Suffolk, Theophi nlus, the son of John and Elizabeth Turner, who were people in a humble rank of life, the husband being gardener to the Rev. Dr. O...

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RENEWAL OF TRANSPORTATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 31 March 1849

RENEWAL OF TRANSPORTATION. THE Colonial Secretary has addressed the following letter to Mr. Gilbert Wright, the Secretary to the Anti-Transportation Com mittee: Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 26th March,.1840 Ssu.-I have the honor to state for the informnt Lion of the gentlemen who took a part in the pro. ceedings at the recent public meeting in Sydney against the revival of transportatiott, and any other partliee who have signed the petition on that oaec sion, that the Governor seeing the impossibility of the copy of the resolutions ittended to be prcsentted to His Excellency being received by hiin until Itis return to Sydney, atd being nowilling that any de lay shoslti occur in making known to Iter Miajesty's Governmettt the setotiments of the petitioners on this imitortant question, hls forwardad to the Se. cretarv of State a copy of the " Sydney Moruing Herald" of the 10th instant, which contains a full acconnt of the proceedings of the public meeting, and of the resolhtto...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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WRECK OF THE BRIG SCAMANDER, AND LOSS OF SEVENTEEN LIVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 31 March 1849

WRECK OF THE BRIG SCAIMANDER, AND LOSS OF SEVENTEEN LIVES. [From the " S. M. Herald."] BY the Marian Watson, from the Isle of Pines, intelligence has been received of the wreck of the brig Scanmander, 192 tons, Captain Rule, from Sydney the 27 January (bound for the Isle of Pines on a sandal wood voyage) with the loss, we regret to say, of a passenger named Hallet, and all the crew, excepting the captain and three others (sixteen in number). Captain Rule having arrived by the Marian Watson, from him we have obtained the following statement: On the 15th February, at three A.M., it commenced blowing a heavy gale from the eastward, which by eleven A.iI. had increased ' to a hurricane, and veered to the southward. At noon the ship was hove to, with her head to the southward, lat. 23-38 S., lon. 167"40 E., Isle of Pines bearing north north-west, distant about fifty-eight miles. At ten P.nM. the south reef of New Caledonia was observed on the port quarter, and within two minutes afterward...

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Goulburn Quarter Sessions. MARCH 21, 1849. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 31 March 1849

MARCH 21, 1849. Before S. RAYMOID, Esq., Chairman, Henry M. Oxley, Esq., of Wiugeotrribbe, and W. A. Brodribh, Esq., of Manoroo, were sworn in as Magistrates of the Terrriiory.

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Police Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 31 March 1849

TUESDAY, MARCH 27 1840. •Before.:J.F.1 AnTn on,. Esq., J.P., W. A. BnoD a ise1, Esq.; J.P., F. GARDINER, E'q, J.P., and . : POWELL, Esq., J.P. DRUNKArDs.--AIne Connolly' was charged on informnation with having appeared drunk in the public streets of Goulburn on the 23rd instant. The defendant not appearing, the confining con stable swore to the necessary facts, and the Bench ordered the deposit of £1 Is. to be forfeited, and appropriated in the usual manner. W. MI'GREnon, a sort of easy, swaggering blade, was next introdnuced, charsed with a similar olfence. H iaving thrown down his hat with the air of a very determined man, he stood with his arms crossed, in the careless attitude of one who had suflfeed a com plicrtion of injuries, and was prepared to suffer mnore. The information having been read, and the de .;fendant told to plead, hlie extracted a moist and com. pressed piece ot soojee from his mouth, and chuck ing it on. the floor, said, in a voice hoarse with vising indignatio...

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GUNDAGAI. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 31 March 1849

GUNDAGAZ, [FROM OUlt CORRESPONDENT.] Dn. NeonoLsoN, M.L.C., and one of the Commis. sioners of the National School, paid a visit to our little Township to explain the views and objects of the Board, which appear to be exceedingly liberal tile Board agreeing to advance double the amount of any sum tile inhabitants will subscribe to build a school-house and residence for schoolmaster, &0. Our little community are quite unanimous in:the utility of this very desirable undertaking, sand no doubt £100 will shortly be subscribed-a sum quite equal to carry out the object with effect for a small community like ours. On the same day was launched a commodious and well-built punt, the property of Mr. Spencer, of the Family Hotel. His Grace Archbishop Polding, accompanied by the Vicar General, Dr. Gregory, en route to the Murray, arrived here and performed divine service; on his return he remained a day, and administered the rites and ceremonies of the Church to a number of its communican...

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Original Poetry. SOLITUDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 31 March 1849

SOLITUDE. :" No longer weep-no more repine, For man's neglect, or womau's scorn, But wed thee to an exile's lot; For if the world have loved thee not its absence may be borne." CAM PunLL. Yea-if the world have loved thee not, No kitidred soul thy thoughts to share, Fly to the desert's dreariest spot Thou canst not feel more lonely there. Though piercing be the wintry winds, That o'er thy living grave hath rolled, Man's bitter scorn is more unkind, And womau's heart is far more cold. SFor soon will end the mortal strife, Turn to the dust with death the blest; .For though existence cease with life, Thy grave at least can give thee rest. And in thy last long dreamless eleep, What though no tongue thy name may breathe; No friend above thy ashes weep, Little thou'lt reck that thought in death, The sighing breeze, the groaning wood, The tearful streamlet's murmuring tread, Companions of thy solitude, Small moan around thy lonely bed. Then heed not, wretched as thou art, The withered leaf'...

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To the Editor of the " Goulburn Herald." [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 31 March 1849

To the Editor of the " Goulburn.Herald." Sin--May I through the medium of your valuable Journal draw the attention of the public to the fol lowing facts: Hearing a great noise at the lock-up some eight days since, I went over with others to ascertain tile cause, when I found that coistable Floyd and ano. ther were confining a woman for drunkenness; her children were crying outside, thie door'being locked. After tbe woman was secured, constable Floyd came out, and seeing two of the children (infants I may call them) in his way, he kicked themt from the dloor. I mnade use of these words-" for God's sake do not kick themu like that;" hlie turned round, and, uttering, a curse, threatened to confinte me. I told him to be cautious, as I should report him; lie re plied, I don't care a d-t-n for what any one in the disttict can do. I accordingly laid an infiormartion against Floyd, and after repeated putting off,.the case came on for hearing to-day with closed doors. Now, Sir, after fully s...

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Original Correspondence. To the Editor of the "Goulburn Herald." [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 31 March 1849

To the Editor of thie " Goulburn Herald." Si--In these times when all the horrors of a con vict population are about to be forced upon the country, you may perhaps be pleased to hear of the efforts of a class (which has hitherto withll great jus tice borne rather a bad character) to obtain a local habitation and a namne. I allude to the unlicensed occupiers of Crown Launds within the boundaries. My professional pursuits for the last two months have thrown me greatly amongst this class, and in no instance have I known an individual amonigst them that does not hail as a boon the clause in the Colonial Secretary's auswer to the petition fromn Goulburn against the recent Land Regulations which apprises theni that so small a portion o crown lands in the collnutry as twenty acres can be purcihased, attd also concedes the right of commuon uge to the remainder of the section. Ifeel most firmly conivinced that the ciroumstance of these uien becoming the purchasers of their little farms, will...

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Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 31 March 1849

YAss RACEs,-Mr. W. W. H. Broughton has written a letter to the editor of " Bell's Life in Sydney," complaining that since the resolutions respecting thle Yass R~aces were passed on the 8th of January, (and at wYhich meeting hlie was appointed Secretary,) a meeting of a trio of publicans and others had taken place, which materially altered the same. MIr. Broughton is an old and very valuable supporter of the Races in question, and appears to be justly in dignant at the condtuct this pursued. We must confess that we are greatly in the dark on thle ins and outs of the question, as we have not been fa vored with the usual advertisementt. CounT or IREQUESTS.-A Bench of Magistrates will sit in Petty Session on Monday next at ten o'clock, to dispose of plaints brought under the Sinall Debts' Act. The number of litigants is larger than usual, 53 eases having been filed. LEGAL.-A gentleman of the legal profession of great respeotability, who is represented as being very clever in Polioe-olli...

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To the Editor of the "Goulburn Herald." [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 31 March 1849

To the Editor of the." "Goulunrn Heiald." Sin,-I beg to trespass on the columns'of your valuable paper for.the insertion of a few words on our little locality.-The beautitul valley of Jujyong, sitiate on the Port Phillip road and the banks of the'Mtirrumbidgee river, lies htid iun obscurity. I am s:urprised that some of our colonial tourists has not ere now described the picturesque beauties of this elichanting vale; for it presents mountain sce nery as romantic, wild, and almost as magnificent as any to be found in the colony.-' O'er hung by mountains high and wild, SAnd shaded by the stately oak. The open forest country and wooded hills-the neat Imn of our hospitable Momonian (Mr. Sheahant) the tranquility around being disturbed only by the son of Vulcan at his toil, the lowing of cattle, bleat ing of sheep, or the gay and blithsome notes of the feathered tribe.* Those golden birds that in the spicy time, About tile gardens drop with that sweet good, Whose scent hath lurd'd them o...

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STEALING FROM THE PERSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 31 March 1849

STEALIxNO FROM THE PERSON. Patrick Murray, late of Goulburn, laborer was in dicted for stealing a £1 note from the person of Daniel Elridge, on the 14th of February last at Goulburn. •Mr. Callaghan, the Crown Prosecutor, stated the ease to the Jury, and called Daniel Elridge, who deposed that he was a saw yer, and lived at FanniLill.; was at Long's tavern, in Goulburn, on the d14th of las. month, and on coming out of tile house drew from his pocket a otre pound note which was snatched from his hIand by some person who ran away up the yard by the side of the premises; could not say who it was; the per son was dressed in a blue shirt; witness followed him as quickly as he could, but could not long keep him in view; did not see the prisoner until ihe next morning, he was then in the watchhouse; his dress was different to tlhat of thle man who snaustched the note from him. John Williame was next sworn, and deposed that be was a hired servant of Mr. Thorn, and lived a; Bolong. Recollecte...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 31 March 1849

ABSCONDED. H'$THEREAS, on Wednesday last, RICTIARD SV THACKWAY, a Compositor, in the employ of the underaigned, absconded from his service; and it is expected he is on the road for Sydney, on foot. The said RICHARD TI-IACKWAY, is about 40 years of age, about 5 feet 6 inches in height, suifaock faced, anti had on a short dark coat, anrd cord trowsers; he lately emigrated to this country from England, and has been some time a drummer in thi Anglo-Spanish Legion. SPersons are hereby cautioned from employing the said R. TIIACKWAY, he having broken hIis engage ment, after having borrowed various sums ofmoney from me. WILLIAM JONES. Goulburn Herald Office, March 29, 1849. P. MANGrAN ESPECTFULLY informs his Friends and the SPublic, that hlie hats OPENED those commo dious premises in CL1FFORD STREET, lately oe copied by Mr. BUn ERr, where good accommodations will be provided for Man and H-lorse. Five Pounds Reward. 1 lOLEN, on the night of Friday, 23rd March, from my Farm of Castlesteads, a...

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