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IN CHAMBERS. Before his Honor Mr. Justice MANNING. IN RE OATLEY, DECEASED. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 3 March 1849

IN CHAMBERS.     Before his Honor Mr. Justice Manning. IN Re OATLEY, DECEASED. This was a petition by the Curator of Intestate Estates, praying that Nicholas Hyeronimus might be ordered to deliver up to him certain cattle and horses in his possession, which he claimed as being given to him by Intestate. The petitioner alleging that they were the property of the Intestate. Mr. Holroyd appeared as counsel for the Curator, and Mr. Stephen. Solicitor. Mr. Bligh and Mr. Dowling, on behalf of Hyeronimus. On the part of the petitioner, affidavits and letters, made by Hyeronimus, were put in, to show that he had at one time claimed the cattle as his own, and at other times as the property of his sister-in-law. Several witnesses were examined, who swore, that in conversation with Intestate before his death, he spoke of the cattle as his own property, but stated that he intended to give them to Mrs. Hyeronimus and her sister. On behalf of Hyeronimus, several witnesse...

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Police Office. MONDAY. Before the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 3 March 1849

;[ .Police Office. ])/;;; - U.(i ??;.: MONDAY. Before the Police Magistrate. iElle_r|-jBartqniwas charged with vagrancy, and was sol\te,nc(-d,to;; one, month's imprisonment in Bathurst gaoi. ' ''??;. ; - : ? '''Amelia -NeVey7arid TK6Wa*-€ifwWt^w««d-taught. up on' a^ charge of drunkenness, ^pd Jineda^.n^ehil-j, lings each, or twenty-fourhours to the|Cejlls.(,j ,t. fl ^?f Wiliam Clarke was fined one, ppund,, or twenty-four ' liours'to the cells, for 'drunkenness, wij,~ ';??.'.: ,i a ? '-??-?? ? Tuesday; , ,.'?;?'?'_. ',,„ ': -: Before the Police Magistrate. ? '].;'. John Hartnett, ticket-of-leave 'holder, was, charged with being, absent from his district, and. wasadmon-,. ished and discharged. . , '-; ,h v : ; James Garvie was fined one pound, or twenty -four hours to the cells, for being drunk. Elizabeth Parkinson, insane, was given over to the care of her friends. ,-...- . ,. - ,-; , ;, ,. ,; .,'?? ; , Catherine Millar was charged ;wlth drunkenness and disorderly conduct, and was fi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 3 March 1849

VMOTH^*^^~' ????!?? i i -..,..— , ,, ._ - . .— . .. _ ? ? BATHURST RACES. 1849. - , . ,„ — ? o ? ? ? Stewards .— WM. LAWSON, Junr, Esq. WILLIAM HENRY SUTTOR, Esq., M.C. JOHN SAVORY RODD, Esq.. JOHN N. M'INTOSH, Esq. THOMAS ICELY, Esq. JOHN F. CLEMENTS, Esq. Judge t — FRANCIS LORD, Esq. Treasurer.' — RICHARD MACHATTIE, Esq. Clerk of the Course : — ; MR. THOMAS WHITTON. KiB8T Dat —Wednesday, March 21. FIRST RACE. rBNHE BATHURST TOWN PLATE of £50, for ? H all horses to be handicapped by the Stewards, oTwliom they may appoint. Heats, twice round. AnDli^ations for Entrances to be addressed to the Honorary Secretary, on or before the 28th February, 1849 ? ' Weights to be declared at the ' Black Bull' Inn, on Monday the 5th March, at 12, noon. The entrance money will be returned to those persons declining to accept who are requested to notify the same in writing:, addressed to the Honorary Secretary, at the ' Black Bull' Inn, on Tuesday 13th of March— three en trances or no race. Entrance ...

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THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, MARCH 3, 1849. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 3 March 1849

THE , MTIIUKST ADTOCATE, SATURDAY, MARCH 3; 1849. We learn from common report as well as from the despatches of Earl Grey, that the system of Transportation to New South Wales, is about to be revived, and that henceforth, Syd ney is to be,, what a contemporary quaintly ?calls, ' the dust hole of Great Britain.' A certain number of criminals are to be annually thrown upon our shores under cir cumstances which will render their services of little value to our colonial capitalists. The regulations! will be such as are regarded deserving of Tickets-of- Leave shortly after their arrival,' and hence cannot be assigned, as formerly,, in the capacity of domestic ser vants. Our men of capital, and employers generally, will have to pay such men the current -rate of wages, and therefore will obtain no ottier*; benefit from their services than/that' they 'would derive from the services of any other class of men. Further, the con victs ?ivfib' shall tliiis1 -obtain tickets-of- leave, will'b'd i-...

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MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 3 March 1849

MONDAY. His Honor Mr. Justice. Manning took his seat on   the Bench at 10 o'clock.   HORSE STEALING.           Thomas Edwards, labourer, late of Carcoar, was     charged with having stolen a mare and colt, the pro- perty of Mr. William Fitzsimmons, on the 10th of January 1848.                 The Attorney-General briefiy stated the case. Patrick Fitzsimmons : I had a brother named William Fitzsimmons, who died on the 11th of March,   he lost previous to his death, a chestnut mare and foal. The mare was running at Dunn's Plains ; she was missed out of Captain Brown's paddock ; the paddock was not secure ; she was not a mare likely to stray away ; we searched for her but could not find her ; I saw her again in charge of the police ; Sergeant Greaves had c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 10 March 1849

TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Are Six Shillings per Quarter, payable in advance. Single numbers, Sixpence. The Quarters end on the last Saturdays in March, June, September, and December, and on which dates only can resignations be received, which, must be accompanied by payment of all money's due. TERMS FOR ADVERTISEMENTS. For the first inch, one insertion, Three Shillings. For each additional inch, One Shilling. For future insertions. Half-price. The number of times to be published must be written on the face of the manuscript, or the advertisements will be continued till countermanded.. . No verbal communications can be attended to and all postages must be pre-paid. AGENTS. Mr. WALKER, O'Connell Plains. Mr. RALPH COHEN, Carcoar. Mr. J. MO RAN, Blarfcman's Sivamp 8c Molong. Mr. JOSEPH MATTHEWS, Wellington. Mr. JAMES H10RLEY, Stationer, Sydney. Mr. TOLANO, Canoivindra. Edited, Printed and Published by Benjamtn Isaacs, C Sole Proprietor ,J at 'The j3athurst Advocate' Office, William-street,...

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The " Unity of Race" Movement. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 10 March 1849

The ' Unity ofSace' Movemeat, To Mr. Punch. — ' Sir : I wish you would do some thing to put a stop to that ridiculous movement to wards 'unity of race' wherein half the peoplo of Eu rope are going to loggerheads. In Schleswig-Molstein there are the Scandinavian and Teutonic elements of the population, as they are called, quarrelling and cutting each others' throats. In another direction, tl»s Sclavonic breed is longing to be at the Teutons. The Austrian and Italian folks are at variance, and even the Neapolitans must needs fall out with the Sicilians. It is unnecessary to mention the wrong-headed Celts in Ireland, burning with envy, and hatred, and malice, and all uncharitableness towards the Saxons. Byand by, I suppose the fingers of Highland and Lowland Scotch will itch for internecine war. Why can't they fuse ? Why can't they mingle ? Why can't they put their horses together ? I declare, Mr. Punch, that this mania for asserting Unity of Race puts mo in bodily fear. When I examine...

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Scientific Memoranda. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 10 March 1849

Scientific Memoranda. Surface of the Human Lungs. — It is generally known that the branchial tubes of the human lungs terminate in cells ov vesicles which, on account of their number and arrangement, present a great extent of surface to the air. Dr. South wood Smith, in his ex cellent work, the ' Philosophy of Health,' informs us that Hales estimated these vesicles at 20,000, Ke.il, at 21,906, Xiicberkuhn at 150 cubic feet, and Monro at 30 times the surface of the body. In these air cells the oxygen of the atmosphere is separated from the azote and the aeration of the blood effected . Accord ing to the calculations of the celebrated Actuary Fin laison, and which were founded on data supplied by Dr. Southwood Smith, there are presented to the air in the pulmonary vessels, in one minute 144 oz. of blood ; in one hour, 540 lbs. ; in twenty -four hours 12,960 lbs. ; in one year, 4,730,400 lbs.=2,l 11 tons, 15 cwt., 2 quarters and 24 lbs ; and during a period of twenty years about 42,235...

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CRIME AND CRIMINALS. (Continued from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 10 March 1849

CRIME AND CRIMINALS. (Continued from our last.) I have seen men after they have been freed from every sort of imprisonment. I have seen hundreds, but have never known one who, during his captivity, had formed determi nations, or found inducements to reform or lead a better life. Did they propose to amend, it was always from other and more powerful reasons ; the remembrance of captivity only aroused a feeling of irritation, spite, and rage, a vague resentment, deep, and without repentance. They recalled to memory their sufferings, the gaolers, and the turnkeys ; they remembered the iniquities, the tyrannies, and tyrants. They became hardened and incor rigible. The freed prisoner who proposes to maintain himself by honesty, must have more than common virtue, he must have heroism, and even then what security has he, if he possess nothing, that the whole world will not shrink from him 1 He is a pestiferous being whicji society avoids and shuns. Since the liberated prisoner is irrevocabl...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 10 March 1849

STtijiptug: EittcIIitreitre. ARRIVALS. March 2. Thomas Fielden, barque, Capt. Huntress, from the Bay of Islands the 16th February. 2. Phcenix, steamer, Capt. Wiseman, from the Clarence River the 23rd February. 2. Tamar, steamer. Capt. Allen, from Moreton Bay. ' 3. William Alfred, schooner, Capt. Tinley, from Port Nicholson the 8th, and Nelsoh the. 15tli ultimo. 4. Canmore, British American barque, Capt. Cour tenay, from the whaling grounds. 4. Clarissa, schooner, Capt. Johnstone, from More ton Bay. 5. Ariel, schooner, Capt. Dobson. from Cape York. 6. A thai, British American ship, Capt. Coffin, from the Whaling1 Grounds. 6. Albion, schooner, Capt. Shaw, from the Fegec Islands. G. Ebenozer, schooner, Cant. Jones, from Moreton Bay. fi. Rose of Etlen, schooner, Capt. Barnett, from Moreton Bay. G. Terror, barque, Capt. Chace, from the Whaling: Ground. DEPARTURES. February 23. Elizabeth. Jane, schooner, Captain Sterieker, for Moreton Bay. March 1. Raymond, barque, Capt. Hart, for London....

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Original Poetry. OUR POULTRY (PALTRY?) MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 10 March 1849

Original Poetry. OUR POULTRY (PALTRY?) MARKET. Ye fowls of the bush, rejoice, rejoice, And cackle and crow at the top of your voice, In Bathurst, a ball room — a splendid hall, Our Market, Commissioners have built for you all, Oh ! what a beautiful edifice, Spare it, in pity, ye winds, Our Market Commissioners, all may soe, Are men of capacious minds. It squats, like a duck, at the Court-house door, .A nd looks as it long'd for wings to soar Beyond the reach of our hungry bench, Who might swallow't, fowls, feathers and all, for a lunch ; Oh ! what a beautiful edifice, Oh ! what a dear little skeilling. No emu. though young, need on tip-toe stand, To measure the height of the ceiling. Long, long for a Market we've wav'd to and fro, And shouted in public, yes, yes, and no, no, Petitioned ' the Governor,' held an election, And now, we've a market-shed, bless the erection ! Oh ! What a beautiful edifice, Crow, crow, all ye cocks in the praise Of the men who could meet and determine Such...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 10 March 1849

PTBI1ICKETS in the Second and FINAL DRAWING JL in the EQUITABLE PARTITION of Pio perties of the BANK OF AUSTRALIA, can be ob tained from the undersigned, with every information with regard to the Drawing, &c. Early application is necessary. ^^ R- ^^ Auctioneer and Agent. March 9, 1949. ? A TWO-STALL STABLE, at a very CHFAP RENT. Enquire at The ' Advocate'' Office. FffWE ABOVE INSTITUTION is now ready for Jfj_ PATIENTS. Parties applying can receive early information from J. J. CONNELL, Surgeon, Medical Hall, William Street. Eathurst, March 3, 1849. FORMS FOR PUBLICAN'S LICENSES are Said at THE 'ADVOCATE' OFFICE. Price Sixpence each. {SSTOLEN, OR STRAYED, from about seven IPI mile5 beyond Mr.. Smith's, on Campbell's River, A DARK BAY MARE, with black points, branded, CD on near shoulder. If stolen, the undersigned will give £5 reward on conviction of the offender ; and if strayed, £1 10s. upon rec^g^.R wmTE. Bathurst, March 9, 1813. Sale fey Ih-ixatian., ? Will Sell by Auction...

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CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 10 March 1849

Fatal Collision in Hongkong Harbour be tween twg Chinese Junks and the Police. — ? Another subject, which, has attracted much public attention, was an unfortunate collision between the crews of two small Chinese junks . . on the one side, and a party of police, backed in the end by the boats of the guard ship, on the other, in which three Chinese and one Indian policeman lost their lives. About seven o'clock in the evening of Sunday, the 15th instant, five Englishmen, passengers on board a Chinese boat, passed near the two junks, which were fastened together, as is not un- _ common for mutual protection. It was quite dark, and the junk men, seeing the boat ap proach, made a great noise. Some remarks in a loud tone of voice being made from' the boat, or as one witness terms it a shout or hurrah, stones were thrown from the junk, one or more of which struck the boat, but without doing any injury. After landing, a complaint was made to the police, and a party were sent under charge of ...

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Epitome of General News. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 10 March 1849

Epitome of General Hews. Substitute for Quinine. — A French Surgeon has found that, the bark of the Andansonia digitate is more a efficacious in fevers than sulphate of quinine. . .^alt Water v. Galvanism. — Mr Cross the cele brated galvanist, has patented a process by means of which, pure fresh water can be extracted from the sea The water is first distilled, and then submitted to a galvanic operation which removes all brackishncss and renders it pure. Cannibalism. — The Union, French paper, asserts positively that, during the attack upon Messina by the army of Naples, some of the Neapolitan soldiery ? were actually, roasted and eaten by the Sicilians. Jewish Synagogue, — In September last, Sir Moses Montefiore laid the foundation-stone of a new Jewish synagogue at Canterbury. It is stated in an English paper that the site selected was one which, in days of yore, was occupied by a house of the ' Knights Tem plars ,V,spmc remains of which still existed. It was thought a remarkable i...

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Epitome of Colonial News. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 10 March 1849

Epitome of Colonial Kews. Marine Insurance. — A scheme of Marine Insu rance, is about to be organised in Adelaide. We have heard that the amount paid by the colony for marine insurance, averages more than £30,000 annually. Grapes.— -A bunch of grapes, weighing 4$ lbs, was picked a few days ago in Mr. Green's garden: West Maitland; South Australia. — The Railway from Adelaide to the port is in a fair way of being commenced. Four thousand shares have been subscribed for and allotted, and the deposits on them amounting to £400 already been paid up. The Royalties. — The final abolition of the royal ties on minerals in South Australia, is announced by Mr. Hawes, in a letter to the Secretary of the Australian Mining Company, in the most explicit terms. Ecclesiastical. — A Clerical Society has been formed at Sydney amongst the clergy of the city, for the purpose of interchanging counsel on all matters of ministerial interest among themselves. The Arch deacon is the president, and the Rev. ...

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VARIETIES. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 10 March 1849

, \s . ? A coffin (said an Irishman) is the house a man Jives in when he is dead. Thei'e is a shop kept by an old maid in Southampton in the window of which appear these words in large letters :— No Reasonable Offer Refused.' It was pleasantly said of a man who was unable to surmount the difficulties of the French grammar, that like Napoleon in Russia, he had been, stopped by the elements. An Irishman, whohadjust landed, said, the first bit of meat he had ever ate in this country wjis a roasted potato— boiled yesterday ; ' and if you don't believe me,' added he ' I can show it to you, for I have it, in my pocket now.' A well-dressed young gentleman at a ball, in whisking about the room, ran his head against a young lady. He began to apologise. 'Not a word sir,' cried she, 'it is not hard enough to hurt anybody.' The Schoolmaster Abroad. — There is is a cobbler in London' over whose door is the following notice : — ' Shews Maid and Mendcadhere.' In a summer when the month of July was...

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Wreck of the Rarque Princess Royal. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 10 March 1849

Ws'ooS: of the Sar^ue Pe'Isicqss H-oyal. fFrom. the Melbourne News, February 26.) The barque Princess Royal, Captain Sinclair, from Hongkong, for this port, struck at three o'clock on Saturday morning, on Lonsdale Reef, outside the Heads, and became a total wreck. Fortunately no lives were lost, the crew having succeeded in getting on ?' shore in the longboat and cutter, which were the only things belonging to the vessel that were saved. From what we can 'gleam from the accounts that have reached town by the Bermonctssi/, the Captain of the unfortunate vessel was on the look out for the lighthouse at the Heads, but being unable to see it, imagined lie must be a considerable distance off, and retired to rest, giving instructions to his mate to heave to when it became visible, but before that took place the vessel struck on the rocks. She was consigned to Mr. Nankcville, in this town, connected with the house of Messrs. Griffiths, Fanning, and Co., of Sydney ; and as far as can be lea...

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Carcoar Races. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 10 March 1849

''.'-.' '' . Bareoar M^SSi^^^^^^ These races took place during the pres'ent-week.'arifl' afforded, as 'we anticipated they wouid',rd6,f a -rich treat to the lovers of the turf. The weather, w is ex tremely propitious, and the general arrangements of those who had the direction of the races, afforded much satisfaction. There were from six to seven hundred present, principally from Carcoar, Bathurst, and the surrounding bush. About five booths afforded a place of shelter from the sun, and a means of satisfying the pressing demands of hunger and thirst. Altogether these races allbrded a groat treat, to the., numerous, spectators. On Tuesday March Gth, two horses started for the Carcoar Town Plate of £50. These were Jorrocks, belonging to Mr. Healey, and Plover, belonging to Mr. Downcs. During the first part of the first heat, Plover took the lead, and won the heat by a nose. It was evident however that Jorrocks was not racing, in the second heat Jorrocks collared and passed his antagon...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 10 March 1849

Married,     At Macquarie Plains, Bathurst, on the 2nd instant, by the Rev. BENJAMIN HURST, Mr. HENRY KIDD HARPUR, to HENRIETTA ELIZABETH, eldest daughter     of the Rev. WILLIAM WALKER, of Brisbane Grove, Bathurst.

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Impounded, [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 10 March 1849

o             Impounded, At Hartley, on the 2.4th day of February 1849,   from Mr. James Morris, Mount Clarence :— Red cow,   white belly and tail, CR on the rump, illegible brand on the ribs milking side, a small b on tho off rump, a   yellow male calf by her side, CR left rump, MR on the   right rump. Red snub horned bull stag, left ear marked, an illegible brand on the rump like 966. Red   and white bullock, W an indescribable brand, oh the rump, illegible brand on shoulder like 44 right side,   illegible brand over 2 on the left rump ; damages 1s each. Impoundeded from the estate of William Lawson Esq., J.P., on the 25th of February : — White bull. PR right rump, two years old. Red and white strawberry bull, JP conjoined with R on the left rump, two years old. Red cow, white back, and belly, both ears marked, CR right rump, C...

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