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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 7 April 1849

RICHARD MALLYON, (LATE CHIEF CONSTABLE OF YASS,) M OST respectfully begs leave to intimate to the Gentlemen, Tradesmei, and other Inha hitants of the District of Yass, and the surrounding Districts that he has taken that OLD ESTABLISHED INN, IN COMAR-STREET, YASS, OPPOSITE THE POST OFFICE, CALLED THE FITZ ROY INN, Atdl trtsts that by great attention to the comfort of thlose parties who may honour himtn with their sup port, combined with good order and strict punctnuality it business, he will merit a proportionate share of the Public Patronage. R. M. does not hesitate to add, that he has most EXCELLENT ACCOiMMODATIONS FOR TRAVELLERS AND UP-COUNTRY SETTLERS. TIlE WINES AND SPIRITS, &c., &c., Also are of the very first character, and only require a TRIAL to ensure satisfactioti. THE STABLING AND COACHI-HOUSE Attached to these Premises are well secured, AND THE BEST HAY AND CORN PROVIDED FOR HORSES. The ROYAL MRAIL leaves this Znn Three (3) timnes a week for SYDNEY, and ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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Police Intelligence. TUESDAY, MARCH 27 1849. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 7 April 1849

TUESDAY, MARCH 27 1849. Before W. H. HoVELL, Esq., J.P. " DlUNaK&ARDS.-BENJAMIN WADDINGTON, a tioket of-leave hiolder, was brought up charged with having beei (drunikin: the publie-streets of Goulburn, on the previousday.: MHaving pleaded guilty to the ipresent being his second olfeice. Oaptaiu lovell cautioned him ns to his future coitduciit, and told him thiit .i hie was brol)n1 t up a thirdl:time he (Ciaptain H.) should recommend that his tlicket be suspuilded. . Delendant was then fined 10ls., or in default two hours in thle sticks. WILLIAM RuoenTS, was charged with a similar offence. Having pleadedt guilty, a finle of five shli liugs was inflicted upon him. Hle was remanded on another lcharge. ManoAnlarneT SwarN, a stout middle aged lady, who showed more of the rose tihan the lilly on her fsoe, and whose head was bedecked with a wreath of cheap artilicial flowers and silver, made her sixth appearance upon a charge of drunkenness. agptain livell immnedliately recognised ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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WHAT WILL THE COUNCIL DO ? [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 7 April 1849

WLHAT WILL THE COUNCIL DO? •THE excitemen of tlhe Cumberland Election ,ovei, the topic of the day is-" What will the' Council do?.." We ivillinot become pro phets,:but We will throw out certain thoughts wheieon those, who iwill, may arrive at con clusionis. -:, ::; S:In:the fir'st session of a new Council every Smembei is the victim of a St. Vitus' dance of activity. He is in an eternal fidget to render himself 'the; greatest man in the :Council ih' the eyes of his constituents. SNotices of inminmer'able bills are given-vo lhiminous rieturns of papers are moved for and tliere is" no end to the questions put to the government officials, to say nothing of select committees.-This, by a happy hallu "cination, 'is considered work. .It moreover haplpens that every member is possessed with some particular crotchet, which, after due gestation, comes forth in the shape of a Bill. The Bill is the panacea .of every thing-on it the safety, the wel 'fare, the prosperity,--even the very salva tio...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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ARRIVALS AT SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 7 April 1849

ARRIVALS AT SYFDEY. :The Beulah, Captain Sidonber, from London 14th December.' Passelgers-Mr. antd Mrs. Parsons, Mr. and Mrs. Parker, Dr. Biretenhall, Mr. and Mrs. Barluowi nd family, Mrs. Brnudead, .Mr. and Mrs. Nillolon, MI r. J. "Nachell, Mr. W Nacholl, Mr. I-iwlhinS; Mr. William?s, Mr.. Wright, Mrs. Read, Mliss Read; 180 Gern'nn ald 20 English Immigrants. ..The In.linda witl l210 nImmigrants, from England 28th .D??eminb"er PaisSinugers--Dri and Mrs. Coult butrst. The Digby, from London 8th December, with Irimiigrants, and: 'fThe Chilco, from China.

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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HAWKING IMPOSTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 7 April 1849

HAWKING IMIPOSTERS. TIIs species of low traffic has become very general throughout the country towns of this territory, and incurs a heavy tax on the public and a serious injury to the legitimate store or shopkeeper; it therefore becomes our duty, as public Journalists and guardians of the general weal, to expose their practices, in order to prevent a recurrence of further imposition as much as we possibly can. It has come to our knowledge that these itinerant impostors manage to procure the re fuse stock of declining tradesmen in Sydney, or damaged goods sold there by auction, and thus. equipped they proceed into the inte rior to practice their profession and dupe the unwary, and in too many instances, by dint of sheer impudence, they succeed. Their practice is usually to intrude them selves into the most respectable inns and stations in the country, and there open their bundle of damaged or imperfect articles, sometimes patched up so as to escape the eye of the observer, and try b...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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A FEW WORDS ON A LATE DECISION. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 7 April 1849

A FEW WORDS oN A LATE DECISION. THE very name of Patriotism is seductive. Men are to be found who will willingly em brace obliquy and contempt in order " to slhew themselves off" in the eye of the mil lion, as lovers of freedom and justice. We do not pretend to be so learned as to be able to account for this gratuitous passion for notoriety, but that it does exist is past dispute. A Mr. Morgan has stepped from out the routine of his humble every-day Vocation to beard a constable in his strong hold; and he has met with the usual bitter condemnation which a successful antagonist has the power to bestow. But although he has signally failed in the object of his movement, he has succeeded in setting at rest a question which has disturbed the public mind of Goulburn for some time past. The history of Mr.Morgan's case is rather a curious one. It was initiated some four teen days since, and the magistrate who pre sided (Mr. M'Arthur) exhibited at the time considerable indignation at the all...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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MELBOURNE MARKET.—APRIL 7. [From the "M. M. Herald."] [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 14 April 1849

MELBOURNE MARKET?'.-AePItL 7. [From the " M. M. Herald."] FAT CATTLE.-The-demand this week has been more than equal to the supply. Fat bullocks of 'air quality sold at from 50s. to 63s. each, oi about 8s. (3d. per 100 lbs., and fat cows and heifers fabin 82s. to 52s. 6d. eich; fat caittle, of prinmeq·qblity, would sell at from 9s. to 9s. Od. per 100 lbs. There is little or no demand for store cattle, dnd sales can only be effected at very low prices. SHEEP.-.The supply of fat wethers in the mtarket this week has been very small, 'and a lot of i!ferior quality sold readily at about 14d. per lb. Stute wethers are worth about 4s. per head. HOnSE STOCK.---Owing to the Races there have not been many sales effected this week; the, ma.rket is very dull, anud purchasers scarce.; a superior first rate hack changed hands at £26, but very useful hacks sold at from 8 to 12 guineas. WOrtIcNG BULLOCwS are not mcuch.enquired for..; good teams are worth frumi £7 to £8 perr pair, bows and yokes give...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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SYDNEY MARKETS.—SATURDAY, APRIL 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 14 April 1849

SYDNEY MARKETS.-SATURDAY, APRIL 7. TuH, meecautile transactions of this week haivebeen very trifling-few h-aving liad any desire to negotiite business till the termination of the holidays. There "has been a heavy arrival of shipping; but importa tions of British goods fall very short of the demand. For many articles there is a considerable inquiry, and marketable good realises a long per centage on invoice. A disinclination to consign to tile Colony is very manifest on the part of the British mer chants. Whether the more favourable appearance of the home market for our produce may induce them to act more liberally towards ns,.remains to be proved; it is evident the supply of winter goods will fall far short of our wants ; indeed we look for but few, goods .except those especially indented for, and even those only to parties of undoubted respectability. Salt has been offered at a reduced rate owing to an arri val from Liverpool. .Emigrant ships were prohi. bited bringing salt; .but ....

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 — 14 April 1849

Commercial Intelligence. GOULBURN MARKET PRICES.. FLOUR AT THE MILLS. : First quality. i ............per ton. .??! Seconds...................... £IO Rationi................ WHEAT.--Best samples 2s. d.i i

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To the Editor of the "Goulburn Herald." [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 14 April 1849

To the Editor of the " Goulburn Herald." Stn,-Observing in your's of 31 ulto., the result of a proceeding (which all must confess praiseworthy) against a Constable by a Mr. Morgan, 'for brutal and'inhuman conduct to two infants, and reading tM r. Morgan's statement, which is "a plain unvarnished tale," and seems substantiated,- lam bound to say that I feel -most indignant, and trebly now confirmed in my former published opinion of the unequalled conduct of these worthy paragons of peace, and in common with the generality of the inhabitants of the towd and neighbourhood, wonder beyond mea sure why- some salutary steps are not adopted to remedy-this crying evil, -so long and so deservedly, but unavailingly, held up to just odium by youir im partial publication. Any sensible person reading your report and Mr. Morgan's letter, must be ready to exclaim, " It is not possible that any Bench could, with even handed justice, conie to such a conclusion, or pa tronage - is most palpably upheld...

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To the Editor of the "Goulburn Herald." [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 14 April 1849

To the Editor of the" Goulburn Herald." Quid estenim, per deos! optabiluis sapientia? .quid prestantius ? quid homini meluis? quid homine -dignius? haino igitur qui expetunt, plilosophi nominautur; nec quidquam aliuftl est philosopia, si interpretari velis, quamstudium sapientia.- -Caloso. Sln,-There can.-be nothing more.. desirable for man than such an amount .of useful. knowledge as will enable him tb decide wisely upon the course which will tend most to promote his~moral and po litical interests. We can, however, conceive no way in which man can be made a reflective and a rea soning being-no way in which the powers of- his, mtind can be directed aright, and.his judgment ma tured so as to decide upon consequencesmaterially dffeitin~g his circumstances, tliaif? by tiaiiin'ig his mental faculties to habits of attention and reflection. Education alone tends to give the mental powers their proper tendency, i.e. education works upon the original materials, and transforms them into both...

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DEATH OF VISCOUNT MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 14 April 1849

DEATH OF VISCOUNT MELBOURNE. [From the Times, December 25.] WE received at a late hour last night, by electric telegraph, the intelligence of Lord Melbourne's death. For more than seven years the deceased peer was first Lord of the Treasury-a tenure of office much beyond the average' duration of Ministers in the nineteenth century; for the Addington, the C ranville, the Portland, the Percival, the Canning, the Goderich, the Wellington, the Grey, and the Peel governments-thoughl apparently based on broad foundations were in fact composed of less durable mate rials than was that of Viscount Melbourne. Apart, however, from the fact that he was at the head of the Administration during a certain number of years, there are connected with his name and character a vast variety of traits, incidents, and occurrences, greatly calculated to diversify that which may be called-without any great. violation of pro priety-the ." life and adventures" of Wil liam Lamb-a man who in spite of grave faili...

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Original Correspondence. To the Editor of the "Goulburn Herald." [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 14 April 1849

' O the, Editor of the ' Gsu'lburn Herald.;" Sea,-The statement which .appears in your paper of the 7th instant, in reference to the flight of Pope Pius the IX, and the alleged cause of that flight is not, so far as I can judge,.borne out by the procedure of his Holiness in either denying or granting fur ther reforms to the subjects of'the Roman States; but his flight has been caused by that restless and dangerous spirit of change and revolution which has of late seized most of.the .nations of Europe, and which has already shaken and overthrown thrones and dynasties. in.an extraordinary manner. Many persons otherwise well informed, seem to be of opin id n'that ~ince: the Pope has been driven from Rome there is an end to the reign of the Popes as chief pastoresof the Catholic Church; those Persons do nbt"disiinguish' between the Italian 'Poenthiate and the head of the Catholic Church. 'Catholics behold in the Pope, as POPE, the Supreme Pontiff of'Chris tendomn,:the-successor of St. '...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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DREADFUL FATALITY ON BOARD THE STEAMER "LONDONDERRY." [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 14 April 1849

DREADFUL FATALITY ON BOARD THE STEAMER "LONDONDERRY." [From the "Liverpool Telegraph."] We yesterday furnished such particulars of the loss of life on board of the London derry as could be ascertained at the time; and the principal statements of which had been furnished by a respectable gentleman of Londonderry to his relative here, as the then current belief of the inhabitants of that town. As the magisterial enquiry had but com menced shortly before he despatched his letter, he properly stated twice " it is said" that such, and such occurred, not vouching for the truth of the allegations. A second letter from him on the subject enables us now to state, that there was one great inac curacy in the rumour then prevalent-viz., that there was no murder, but that it turned out that the loss of life was greater than was at first supposed, and was caused by the suf focation of the passengers in the steerage during a gale of wind, when they were either sent by order, or preferred going be ...

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THE LAND OF THE SOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 14 April 1849

THE* LAND OF THE SOUTH. Oh I come to the South, 'tis the land.of my-choice, To those calm peaceful vales, where the wild birds rejoice ; Come to Australia, " the wide and the free," Come then inyloved one, Oh come then to me;; Here the sun, ever smiles, on this southern clime, As warm, and-as bright, as that pure love of thine; And balmy its air, and tranquil its skies, As the soft looks that beam, from thy beautiful eyes. Together we'll wander, o'er hill.and. o'er dell, And those silent spots- seek, where thou lovest to dwell; I'll cull thee awr'eath, for that fair brow' of thine, Of those sweet, simple flowers, which with wild : shrubs entwine; But though, far from cities, 'thou oanet not share, Those pleasures of wealth,-which are alloyed with care; :.... .. Yet in my bark eovered cottage, thou'lt find, A joy beyond all; in that sweet peace of mind. But you tell me, you oaiinotforget those dear ties, Which. still bind .you,. to home, and :your..own. native skies; Oh I come but to...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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WOOL. London, 2nd December, 1848. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 14 April 1849

, . OOL. ," , '.? n ` ... .':L'ondon, 2nd Decembr, 1848. ?Ifourth and last series of public sales of colonial~vool: for this year commenced on Tflhiday, the 16th ultimno, and closed, yes teiday afteinoon.. The Catalogue comprised the following, viz.: .... S" istraliaha. ........ 8,078: Bales 'bith~`'Australia..::... .786 , ,: Port Phillip.. ........ 5,249,, ,, : Swan River. ... 41 ,,1: a ""Vai. 'Die~iin'slaind. 2,743 " ;"; . '' Neii ,Nw Zealand....... :. , .i 9:,, ,;, .? m oast India.... ... ,604 , .ýI'i vw4,R6 q f i',, i,. __?_._ " ? 'J,?, ', Ham'a1'i :tr .,i l Forei?gnandSundiles, 1535,,53 i5 ,'t: `:' ' ,i'.. ti:l? : .i' .. ..... . .. C'.' - . , , . ) , ý ; . .) ,. 1 .. ,rb t: , r':' Total':22,254` ,.: t,'::It is most, 'gratifying: to:have it in our power to communicate a faviuinable result to thliese important sales, which were looked forward -o with considerable anxiety. The attendance throughout has been unusually numerous, from'i ll parts, with the additioni of sev;eral foieig...

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Original Poetry. THE CHANGED ONE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 14 April 1849

-0-- ..THE CHANGED ONE. AND once again, I lookn upon, That spotless brow of thine ; : Thliybeauty's bright, as ever now; Undimmed by passing time.. But thou art changed, since last we met, In vain I seek to trace; The\idnoceuce, and.trutbh, which once, Beamed in thy angel face.. .. .Tlie sunny smile; hath fled thine eye, The blush seeks not thy cheek; : . .'Thy feelings guide no morethe words. W-:' hich now thy cold lips speak. The costly diamond's sparkling rays, Are beaming in thy hair; But fairer far, the simple flowers, That thou wert wont to wear. ... .And.rank, its flat'tring homage pays;."': But, ah! can it.restore. The feelings'of that happy youth, The bloom thy heart then wore ?. :;.::Apd thou hast madly barteredall,- Thy happiness, for gold; . And disappointment now has made, That once warm heart so cold. And can this be, the heartless girl, Whose.inmost thoughts would rush.... -Into her eyes, whose ev'ry word, W,. as, sincere as her blush ... i;:..:I cannot bear, to look ...

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THE TALLOW TRADE. Monday, December 18, 1848. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 14 April 1849

S?. ITHE., TALLOW TRADE. li??dr ,,c;Eq[From-the Mark Lane Express.] ,:1 , ,lo .?,} ,? ' Nlonday, bcember 18, 1848. A very'-large; quantity of tallow having ar fHind' from: New South Wales: and; South Smerica;, our inarket has continued `to rule ixcessively heavy, since, our l'ast ;epdrt, and the deliveries. have fallen ,.off iconsiderably: Prices aire quite '6d. per cwt. lower than on 1\ondaylast; anid the stock exceeds 36;000 8asK'P. Y.C.,n the spot, is selling at 44s: tboA3s d. %per cwt. Scarcely anything is doing fo, forward delivery., Town tallow; 44§' per 8 'ct:, iet 'cash; rough` fats 2 ,d: per 8.bs.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 14 April 1849

H Hats! Hats ! Hats ! SUST RECEIVED, and on SALE at the STORES of the undersigned. One case of SUPERIOR VELVET NAPPED PATENT VENTILATING PARIS HATS. One case of fine CABBAGE-TREE HATS. D. DABVXS, Old Commercial Store. - Flour ! Flour! Flour! SOOD SECONDS FLOUR, WARRANTED, 'ý. 9s. 6. per 100 Ibs, Cash. A small qifantity of HOOP IRON, suitable for Hogsheads and Puncheons, at a very low price. Old Commercial Store Absconded. QWQ HEREAS, THOMAS BLAND, formerly in our employ at our Station, known as Tuena, absconded on the 16th February last, leaving his sheep in the bush, WE hereby offer a REWARD of ONE POUND, for his apprehension. He is a short man, about 50 years of age, and was formerly in the employ of Mr. Thomas M'Guenuis, Bigga. BENJAMIN AND MOSES. Goulburn, April 12, 1849. Three Pounds Reward. T THE Undersigned, offer a REWARD of Q3 to any one who will re-capture JAMES MUR RAY, alias Patrick Shea, he having escaped from custody, at Marulan. DESCRIPTION :-Age 45, height 5 feet 8-,...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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Sydney News. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 14 April 1849

Sydney : News. , . HOUSE ROBBERY.--Between one and two o'clock on Sunday morning,. the. residence of Mr. Francis Adam was entered by two 'mei, who succeeded in effecting their purpose by, taking advaitage of .the,:drawing-room win-; dow on the first:floor ,having been left .open.: Not being able however to: succeed 'in the manceuvre without ' making 'a giea?i n"oise.: they alarmed the trustees of the house, who, when one of the servants came down :stairs' to see what was the'matter, upon finding themselves discovered, the thieves lost no time in making good thein escape by lowei-r ing themselves, from the window with a rope and decamping, rope and all, in the direction; of the Government domain. The only pro perty missed was a chiid's money, bQx, con taining a few shillings. :Both of these men wore dressed .in .dark clothes and -wore: cab bage tree hats.-Atlas. HORSES IN INDIA. -- We have seen an account sale of nineteen New South Wales horses, sold at Calcutta oii the 27th.Decem he...

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