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

GoULBauIr HosPITAI..-We have been requested to correct an error mihich appears in the advertise ment of the. Meeting of Subscribers to. this Institu tion ' The day appointed for the saene is Monday ti"i 10th instant, being "the third:Monday in the month. REsvLT or S?LE---On Thursday last Mr 3lzmanuel disposed of by public" auction a mixed lot of. heep, amounting to 700,Oconsisting of wetliers, ewes, and lambs, at Pd. a head, not warranted. Buno?anLAr.-Ou Sunday night last, the store at tached to 1r. Jrames Sinclair's residence in Sloane street, was broken into, and a quantity of tea, to bacco, and bottled aic extracted therefrom. An en trance was evidently.effected by removing the vwooden bars which had been temporarily placed across.an aperture in the wall left for the purpose of admittinig the air. CONVICTS YON NEw SOOTH W`ALES.-The Heash mey, convict ship, arrived at Portsmouth from the river on the 19th December, with 280 convicts on board. I]er destination is New South Wales. O...

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 — 21 April 1849

NEW BOOKS Just arrived and on ale at the 'GOULBURN HERALD" OFFICE,' AUBURN BTREET, GOULBURN, COMPRISING Chronicle of Crime, or the New Newgate Calendar, 2 vols. Johnson's Lives of the Poets Robertson's History of Scotland -- History of America Travels in Mexico and California _- Sicily and Malta - Egypt and the Holy Land ------ Russia, Tartary, &c. Bulwer's Rienzi Paul Clifford Dickens' Pickwick Papers - Nicholas Nickleby Cooper's Red Rover Lionel Lincoln * Pioneers Hunchback of Notre Dame The Hungarian Brothers Scott's Fortunes of Nigel, 3 vols. Rob Roy Domestic Scenes, 3 vols. The Heretic, by F. B. Shaw, B.A., a vols, Betrothed Lovers, 3 vols. Forget-me-Not, gilt, with numerous Plates Life of Napoleon Buonaparte Cook's Voyages Life and Advelntres of Robinson Crusoe Tales of the East Arabian Nights Entertainments, Svo. Romance of Real Life History of the United States Smollett's Humphrey Clinker Sterne's Tristram Shandy Life on the Ocean Cioomwell, by Herbert Life of Tom Jo...

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 — 21 April 1849

Impouu iut g,. AT Albury, on the 31st day of March, 1849, from Mr. Highland's station: - 1 brown mare, branded 2R on shoulder, 6 years old, 161 hands high; da mages 5s. Supposed to be stolen. . Impounded from Cumbroona: 1 bay mare and filly foal, illegible brand on near shoulder, aged 142hands high. If not released on before the 24th April, they will be sold according to Act of Council. J. SOMER, Poundkeeper. At Gunning, on the 27th, 29th, and 30th days of March, 1849 :-1 red cow, WD rump and ribs off side, with brown heifer calf unbranded; 1 white cow, red spots on head and neck, WD off rump, off ear marked, with red and white heifer calf, unbranded. 1 red and white steer, apparently DD off rump; damages 2s. each; 1 brindle steer, Mg ribs off side; 1 strawberry heifer, JTP rump and shoulder off side ; 1 brindle ox, SC ribs, X thigh offside; I black ox, WS rump, apparently JT thigh off side; 0O 1 brown and white poley cow, S rump IW with 22, under ribs off side; damages 3d. each; 1 ...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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SYDNEY MARKETS.—FRIDAY, APRIL 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 21 April 1849

SYDNEY MARKETS.-FRIDAY, APRIL 14. WHEAT.-There has been no importation of foreign this week, and the price of colonial has ranged from 3s. 6d. to 3s. lid.; only prime samples have real ised the latter price. OTHER GRAIN.-Maize, 3s. 9d., Oats, 3s. 6d. to 4s., English barley, 2s. 6d. to 3s., and Cape ditto, 2s. 6d. per bushel. FLOUR.--No alteration has taken place in this article. Flour in merchants' hands is sold at £10, but the price at the mills is £10 10s. for fine, £9 10s. for seconds, and £8 10s. for ration. BtsculT.-The current rate for No. 1 quality (cabin) is 17s., and for No, 2. (ship), 13s. 6d. per cwt. BRAN continues in demand, at Is. to is. id. whole sale. POTAToEs.-The demand is fully equal to the supply, which goes off readily at from 50s. to 70s. according to quality. TA.-HYsoN SKIsN-The sales during the week past have been very trifling, and principally of inferior brands. Prices remain as quoted last week. CoNoou.-No sales of any importance have oo. curred. The trade...

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GOULBURN MARKET PRICES. FLOUR AT THE MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 21 April 1849

GOULBURN MARKET PRICES. FLOUR AT THE MILLS. First quality.; ............per ton. .£l.1 Seconds.......................... 0 Ration........................... £9 WHEAT.-Best samples 2s. 6d.

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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CHARGE OF PERSONATING AN ELECTOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 21 April 1849

CHARGE OF PERSONATING AN ELECTOR. -Mr. John Stirling, grocer, of George street, Sydney, was brought before the Po lice Bench on Thursday, charged, under the 54th section of 6th Vie., No. 16, with having at the late election for a representa tive of the County of Cumberland, persona ted John Stirling, Inspector of Distilleries, residing at North Shore, he, the said de fendant, not being on the electoral roll. Mr. Gilbert Wright, who conducted the case for the prosecution, called witnesses, who clearly proved that the defendant did, on the 28th March last, at the Court House, at Darling hurst, hand in a voting paper in favour of Mr. Fitzgerald, on which was written 'John Stirling, householder, North Shore;' that those words were read aloud by Dr. Hill, the returning officer; and that the vote was re gistered and returned to the proper office. It was also proved that the defendant's name was not on the electoral list. Mr. Martin, who appeared for the defence, took a variety of objectio...

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FURTHER PARTICULARS. THE PRISONER RUSH. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 21 April 1849

' FURTHER PARTICULARS. [From the Norfolk Chronicle.] THE PRISONER RUSH. James Bloomfield Rush has long been well-known in this part of the country, hav ing been, for many years, a farmer and land agent; to which he added, till within the last four or five years, the business of an auc tioneer. He was a natural son,-his reputed father being a gentleman near Weymondham, and his mother subsequently married Mr. Rush, of Felmingham,-who died only a few years ago. He was found dead in his kitchen, his gun being near him, and a coroner's inquest returned a verdict of acci dental death orfelo-de-se; we cannot exactly remember which. James Bloomfield, after his mother's mar riage, always went by the name of Rush. He married ekly in life, a lady of Aylsham, and occupied a farm in that parish under Mr. Pitman. Thence he removed to Wood Dalling, where he rented a farm, belonging we believe to Sir Richard Paul Joddrell. A fire took place on his farm during his occu pation, which he was suspected...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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QUIT-RENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 21 April 1849

QUIT-RENTS. WE understand that a petition is in the course of signature to be presented to the Executive Council, praying that no coercive measures may be taken for the enforcement of quit-rents, previously to an answer being received from the Home Government to the address of the Legislative Council agreed to during the last session. We believe that the petition has been got up in consequence of an intimation that it is the intention of the local government to make levies upon those who are in arrear. We confess we can scarcely credit such a rumour. Setting aside all other argument, it surely,may be considered a sufficient reason with the Ex ecutive to abstain from all coercive proceed ings-that a petition from the Legislature has been forwarded to Her Majesty, and that a reply to it may be expected within a very few weeks from the present time. We are much mistaken in the character of Sir Charles Fitz Roy, as well as in that of his responsible advisers, should we find them adoptin...

Publication Title: Goulburn Herald And County Of Argyle Advertiser, The
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Colonial News. TRANSFER OF RIGHT TO STATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 21 April 1849

Colonial News. TRANSFER OF RIGHT TO STATION. AMONGST the recent judgments of the Re sident Judge, is one headed " Livingstone v. Purcell and another," to which we wish to draw particular attention. The substantial facts and merits of the case are briefly these :-The defendant offers to purchase a certain amount of stock(sheep) at 10s. a-headt with a right to the station on which they are depasturing, or as we commonly say, " the station given in ;" the plaintiff closes with the offer, and is prepared to fulfil his part of the agreement, by deli very of stock and station; defendant how ever " cries off," on the plea that the other could not assure to him the right of station, having no power to transfer without leave of the Crown, and had failed to procure the Queen's consent. Plaintiff " takes the law of him," to make him complete his purchase, and both go to the Supreme Court, where the Judge is called upon to decide the novel and important point, of what is a Right to a Station in...

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SUPREME COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 21 April 1849

SUPREME COURT. Before the three Judges. EXPARTE GOODMAN HART. The defendant was tried and found guilty during the criminal sittings holden in Syd ney in the month of December last, of the misdemeanour of having filed a fraudulent inventory at his second meeting of creditors in the Insolvent Court. At the same sit tings he was sentenced. Afterwards, in the same month, an attempt was made to move the Court for a new trial, on the grounds then, and now taken. The Attorney-General then objected to this course being adopted, and the Court recommended that a petition be drawn up, and sent to the Governor for a pardon. His Excellency referred the matter in the petition mentioned to the decision of the Court; and to-day the matter came on as a special case. The Attorney-General, it was understood, did not raise any objection to the case being argued, and did not appear to oppose. Mr. Lowe, for the defendant, now accord ingly moved the Court to intercede with the Governor for a pardon, first...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 21 April 1849

TO CORRESPONDENTS. YAss-We are very much surprised at not receiving the promised report of the Yatss thaces. What is our correspondent doing ? Its he not recovered from the fatigues of the sport?

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Sydney News. WESTERN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 21 April 1849

Sydney News. [From the S. M. Herald, April 14.] WESTERN AUSTRALIA. A TER a struggle of twenty years the settle ment of Western Australia appears to have arrived at the conclusion, that without ex traneous aid the colony cannot support it self, and they have therefore determined to apply to the home government to form a penal establishment there. The following is from a late number of the Swan River Inquirer : Several gentlemen interested in this co lony, some having property in it to a large amount, met together at Adelaide, and passed the following resolutions. We may mention that only one of the assembly (Mr. Stockley) was until lately an advocate for penal labour. The meeting was held at the Bank of Australasia on the 23rd December last: Present-Messrs. W. J. Stockley (chair man); M. Macdermott, W. Samson, P. Belches, W. J. Lawrence, C. Hinds, and F. C. Singleton. It was moved by Mr. Belches, seconded by Mr. Samson, and carried unanimously That after an experiment of many years (...

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Important to Settlers. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 21 April 1849

Important to Settlers. As a great number of persons who are " sit ting down" on Government land are wholly unaware of the law which affects the occupation of the same, we purpose nest week to reprint in the columns of this paper the " Act to amend an Act for regulating the sale of Waste Land belong ing to the Crown in the Australian Colo nies," dated Aug. 28, 1846 ; as well as the Order in Council, dated 29th March, 1848, containing the Rules for the Occu pation of Crown Lands; as also the Order in Council, 9th March, 1847, relative to the same. THE GOULBURN HER1ALD. SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 1849.

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LOVE'S EARLY DREAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 21 April 1849

LOVE'S EARLY DRE kM. Love's early dream has music In the tale it loves to tell; Love's early dream has roses Where it delights to dwell. It has beauty in its landscape, And verdure in its trees, Unshadow'd by a passing cloud, Unruffled by a breeze. Love's early dream has moonlight Upon its crystal lake, Where stormy tempests never blow, Nor angry billows break. It has splendour in its sunshine, And freshness in its dew, And all its dreams of happiness Are beautiful and "T TUI t Love's early dream has kindness In every look and tone; Love's early dream has tenderness For " ONE,' and " ONE ALONE." It has melody of languatge, And harmony of thought, And knows no sound of dissonance By ruder service taught. Oh, early dream of happiness, Where is thy waking bliss ? What are thy golden -promises To such a world as this ? Perchance thou art some shadow Of that which is to come The fluttering of an angel's wing, To lead the wanderer home. W. J. M. S.

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Original Poetry. TO [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 21 April 1849

TO - LINGOa not long-home is not home without thee, Its dearest tokens only make me mourn; Oh! let its memory, like a chain about thee, Gently compel and hasten thy return. Linger not long. Linger not long-though crowds should woo thy staying, Bethiuk thee-can the worth of friends though dear Compensate for the grief thy long delaying Costs the poor heart that sighs to have thee here ? Linger not long. Linger not long-how shall I watch thy coming, As evening's shadowsstretch o'er moor and dell; o When the wild bee hath ceased her weary humming, And silence haugs on all things like a spell ? Linger not long. How shall I watch for thee when fears grow stronger, As night grows dark and darker on the hill ? How shall I weep when I can watch no longer! Oh ! art thou absent-art thou absent still ? Linger not long. Yet I should grieve not, though the eye thatseeth me Gazeth through tears that make its splendour dull, For oh ! I sometimes fear when thou art near me, My cup of happiness is a...

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ARCHDEACON SINCLAIR ON PARISH COLONISATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 21 April 1849

ARCHDEACON SINCLAIR oN PARISH COLONISATION. [From Sidney's Emigrants' Journal.] Archdeacon Sinclair, the much respected chairman of the Kensington Union, has fa vored us with the heads of a plan (printed for private circulation) of parish colonisation. The archdeacon proposes that the following clause be inserted in the next act of parlia ment relating either to pauperism or emi gration : "Be it further enacted, that in case the legislature of any of her Majesty's colonies or dependencies shall see fit, at its own cost, to establish schools of industry, in which boys and girls from their eleventh or twelfth to their fourteenth year shall receive reli gious and moral. training, and be instructed in the arts best adapted to make them useful colonists, under regulations satisfactory to the governor of the colony and the bishop of the diocese, it shall be lawful for the Lords Commissioners of her Majesty's Trea sury to contribute, from the Consolidated Fund, the sums required for the re...

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THE POPE AND HIS GOVERNMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 21 April 1849

THE POPE AND HIS GOVERNMENT. Giovanni Maria Mastai Ferretti is the name of Pius the Ninth. He is of a good family, his father being the Count Mastai Ferretti, of Sinagaglia, a small town within the Papal dominions, near Ancona; and here he was born in the year 1792. After passing his youth at school and college with out any remarkable distinction, he wished to enter the Guarda Nobile, the select body of troops that attend the person of the Pope, and composed wholly of young persons of noble family. He was then about eighteen years of age; but having attracted the at tention and won the affection of the then existing Pope, Pius the Seventh, he was pre vailed upon by him to change this resolution, and to enter the Church; a change which, according to some, was the more readily em braced, from a disappointment in love, oc casioned by the death of a lady to whom, at that early age, he had become strongly at tached. Passing through the usual course of pre paration, he entered on the duti...

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FRIGHTFUL MURDERS IN NORFOLK [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 21 April 1849

FRIGHTFUL MURDERS IN NORFOLK [From Bell's Weekly Messenger, December 2.] ON Tuesday evening, soon after eight o'clock, the town of Wymondham was thrown into a state of consternation by the news that Mr. Recorder Jermy and his son had been shot dead. A telegraphic message to that effect was sent to Norwich police station, with a request that a Mr. Rush should be appre hended. In consequence, Superintendent Yarrington went by the next train in quest of Mr. Rush, and Inspectors Minns, Thomp son, and Amiss, and four constables, pro ceeded in post chaises to Stanfield Hall. They arrived about one in the morning, and found the inmates in a state of overwhelming grief and terror. Constable Pout, of the rural force, was already in attendance. They saw the bodies of Mr. Jermy and his son, and ascertained that Mrs. Jermy and her maid, Elizabeth Chestny, had been shot at, and severeljr wounded. Before giving the particulars of this horrible affair, it will be necessary to state the constructio...

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THE NEW PRESIDENT OF FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 21 April 1849

THE NEW PRESIDENT OF FRANCE. [From the Atlas, December 10.] Louis Napoleon Buonaparte, the first Proe sident of the French Republic, was born in Paris in the month of April, 1808. His father was Louis Buonaparte, afterwards King of Holland, who, on the fall of Napo leon, assumed the title of Comte de Leu. HIis mother was the beautiful, the accom plished, the affectionate, the beloved Queen Hortense-the daughter of Josephine, the sister of Eugene Beauharnais. The Emperor Napoleon and the Empress Josephine were his godfather and godmother. Louis Napo leon was the second son of Louis and IHor tense; their eldest son, Napoleon, who was a great favourite with the Emperor, was killed in an emeute in Rome, in the year 1831, in which emeute Prince Louis Napo leon also took part. The Emperor, before his marriage with Marie Louise, had de clared that in the event of his dying without issue, it was his desire that the Imperial Crown should descend to the eldest son of his brother Louis; and it...

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Domestic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Goulburn Herald and County of Argyle Advertiser — 21 April 1849

POLICE CLOTHINo.-Since the first of the year the allowance to our constables in lieu of clothing has been stopped, owing to an intimation from head quarters that an uniform suit for each man had been received from home. Whether or not such has come to hand in Sydney we cannot say; but the police here have not received it up to the present time. We think this is a case of great hardship. A MOULAMEIN RECOMPENSE.-It will be within the recollection of the reader that a constable named Edward Murphy was illegally sentenced by two ma gistrates at lloulamein to three months' imprison ment in Goulburn Gaol, and that he was released from confinement by an order from head quarters. We have since been given to understand that tile proper authorities put themselves in dommunication with Messrs. Gwynne and Brougham, and intimated that Government would not hold them harmless should any legal proceedings be commenced against them. The upshot of the affair has been, that the two .J.P.'s in question...

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