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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 11 March 1848

ANY' proposition for the circulation and* sale -of ? this Paper will be thankfully received, renietti* baring thttt all' quarterly subscriptions must be' ^pafd in advance ; and also, that all letters must be post-paid, or they will not be received. , GEORGE FLOWER & CO.'S GENERAL STORES, NE#T DOOR TO MRS. BLACK'S INN, DURHAM-STREET. ON SALE. GENERAL DEPARTMENT. HPEA— Hyson-Skin and Black, of best ?* brands. * l Sugar —Pampaugua and Zebu, finest qualities. Do. — Company's Loaf, Crushed Lump, and fine pieces; Tobacco — Best Keg1 Negrbhead 8c Barrett's Twist. Do, — Walthall's Colonial. Sai/t — -Liverpool, Dairy, and Rock. Table Rice, Pearl Barley and Sago, Fine Scotch Oatmeal Raisins and Currants, Spices and Can died Peel, Champion's Vinegar, Castor and Salad Oil, Pickles, Sauces, and Durham Mustard, Bottled Fruits, Jams and Jellies, Fine Yarmouth Herrings, Prepared Table Salt, Coffee, Chocolate and Cocoa, Sperm Candles, Scented and Common ' ; Soap, Cblman's .best Starch and Bl...

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SURVEY OF BOTANY BAY.—Lieutenant. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 11 March 1848

SURVEY OF BOTANY BAY - Lieutenant, Simpson, of H.M.S. Rattlesnake, has been en- gaged for the last month in surveying. Botany. Bay. In the ketch Asp, tender to the above vessel. The survey was ???????ed on Saturday Iast and the Asp returned to Sydney on Monday.- S.M. Herald.                    

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 11 March 1848

try* ji:. f wps :f-!';T,. ?' :;H£ .'a, V H &ki$^ins '''3EnteXUfl-nce.| ' . :V ,,._;..;?;;. 'ARRIVALS.- : ?;:;.:f^;^-'' .... March 1. Marmion, ship, 308 tons, Capt. Fletcher, from Hongkong the 3rd December,,. .,,... ,,,,- ;..u. 1. Pandora, barque, 297 tons, Capt. Cobb, from HongkongJ|he 3rd December. Passenger — Mr. Joim'Wheip^f. . .-.???.'? 'S0. P/tc?»||^steanier, 108 tons,. Capt. Wiseman, fi||if the (Spice River the 1st instant; ? Passen-1 gars— - Mr. ^Gardener, Mr. Ryan, Mr. and Mrs. Mackenzie, M^. Harvey; Mr. Wilkin, 'Mrs. M'Don ald , and thirteen steerage. ? i ? Y ? - -; ? 3. Bee, brig,, 134; tons, Captain. Addams; from Port1 Nicholson ^ the' 17th' February. ; '.' ...''' ;.: ' ' ' -'3; ' Loiiisa, brig^'182 tons, '.Capt. Mill ton, from HobartToWn the' 24th' February. Passengers Captain Dennisspn, Mr. B. Messer, and Mr. John M'Clellan. \V;;^ '-';;'f';r :.;:- ?''?'' . ;.; 4v Thistle, steamer/' 1 '21 tons7 Captain Mulhall, from Mpr'etori Bay the 2nd instant. Passengers — Mes...

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POERTY. A MIRROR FOR EVERYBODY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 18 March 1848

'?Wmm^1' , , A MIRROR JSOBL EVERyBOpC C Mourning tHe^tordstipa, of ou? lot, Delighting jlb'tprppfeipjl \? j A 'MlssingrtKe joys tha.t round ;uf springs. ,: 1 -1 Because%e close ovxiyeap :i ' ' - 'Some ri'eWer'bliss stilMancying-, V -? -:' :-? - Yet gainingjnot' the prize;; r ; U?.\:' -iSuspecting^riendshipiof deceit. .:,;' .:: - V And taking love to task,o ,;:;): -ft .-?.'.-'. -.;?; I Converting- each reward we.:meet; .? * , .?- ., ? '?: , :\ -'.- —Into a borrowed mask. ... , Despising Time's most hallowed truth, r. because 'Us'taught in schools* v * ;AndjJest;we: might be:duped,;fdrsooth,i' ., K; \\ -r: 13isdaining:iyi^«Jtom?3 rules, jr. ';,;? ,., ' , Refusing every, offered joy ;,Sutnou^ishjngVeach grief ;,. _ (,Wishuig! for /gopdl without ,a}loy,. . , . '', ., .IXet making good' more Brief ;s * . Envying, delights we. don^ possess, Rejectihgfoose we do, ' ? And of the means we have to bless f ' , . Making the source more few. r' Sneering at good we have hot done, ?-.-_ :: j /Thou...

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REPLY TO "A WESLEYAN." [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 18 March 1848

-. REPLY TO' A WESLEYAN.'' , Sir,— -I cannot help expressing my surprise at your unwarrantable attack on me,, as the editor of The, Bathuust Advocate. Iri our issue of March 11 I have indulged you by the insertion of your letter;, which is by :rio means ? a' very creditable produc tion, particularly from the shepherd of a flock: ? You say I was aware of the report of the Wesleyan Annual Meeting being a misrepresentation. .-:,. Now, Sir, I can assure you, -I was not aware of any such thing ; 1 inserted the report, relying on the ?accu-i racy of my reporter/ which I have no ' doubt he gave to the- best of his abilities, and I.havesince. been'infiormed, by gentlemen, whose .words li^n^ not doubt, that the report was 'a correct one* You also say, that it- gave offence to seyeral mem bers of-'tjie ' congregation,- and that 'you i' wanted yourhope-indulged; by a suitable atonement being made. AtJoncment ;!; for what P. I consider-, whert- you called', at my office, and every necessary, ex...

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To the Editor, of THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. Bathurst, March 17, 1848. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 18 March 1848

? To the Editor of The i, Bathurst ADVooAfB/1 '_'.'. '.- .', , r V - -;*Bathurst,r March 17, 1848;^ [''[ Sir,— ^In your columns of last' number I.perceiyeif/ through my binocles,' a most unmerited attack-' uporlf my, humble self, by one behind the screen of ariony- ' moiis- signature: Now,uSir , ?'. if th.is party had been ? content by levelling his remarks; at my . public - character, I; would .have ; remained satisfied, arid probably would not ? have noticed 'ii:;-' .b'u't; having overstepped this bound— -having invaded the niost' sacred privilege 'of an Englishmati^-his Hearth— his private 'character ! I feel it ;my:)bo'unden duty to. step forward and rebut this sacrilege: v^ -:?'.. , Sir j I did not think that in the enlightend era of the nineteenth century, in this smiling colony, and ,in the -thriving .and peaceable, -town of BatAwr^, ' ,' a Wesley an,' a follower,1 a leader ofthepeople assuming the name arid character of the eloquent, mild, benevolent John Wesley, (one whose:...

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CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 18 March 1848

CAPE OF GOOD1 HOPE. Journals! from the Cape to the 1 Oth No vember says, Sandilla, the most powerful and determined of the Kaffir chiefs, had rurrendered, which was considered as a great step towards terminating a long, tedious and expensive war. He was es corted into Graham's town by a detach ment of I Dragoons/ ! . S,- 'To this chief, and his evil counsellors,' says the SouthAfrican Advertiser, 'may justly be ascribed all the miseries that have accompanied this absurd contest. The Go vernor of this colony is now the. paramount chief of Cafferland. He assumes the ma nagement of a wide extent of country very much in a state of nature—- open fields and tangled. forest; without roads, without mills, schools, or churches, or. any. of those contris vances that give government or magistracy a command of its surface or recesses.;— ?td* gether \yith the1 education a'nd: training^ of a 'people only recently; as it were, cut out of the clay, yet with fully developed passions, inveterate supe...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 18 March 1848

? , V DEPARTURES. ?March' 8.- — Hudson, ship, 511 tons. Capt. Pines, for London. Passengers— Mrs. . Pines,, son, and;, three daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Johnson, and two children, Captain Shuring, Mr. and Mrs. Hart, Mr. M. Morris;' ' ? - ' . 8. Sir Edward Parry, barque, 575 tons, Capt. Freeman, for Hongkong. Passenger — Mr., Bennett. ? : '. J '12. .'Christina, brig, 125 tons, Captain Saunders, for Port; Phillip. Passengers — Mr. and^Mrs'. Row land and three children, Mr. and Mrs. M'Grogor, Mrs. Reid, Mr. and Mrs. Webb, Mr. and Mrs, Mills, Mr. and Mrs. Nugent, Mr. and Mrs. Hat kiss and three children, Mr. and Mrs. Griffin, Mrs. 'Wilson, Mrs. M'Gregor, Messrs. A; Harris, J. Kirk.'J. M'CafTrae, W. Boyce, and J. WheelerJ '12. Emma, bv\g, 121 tons, Capt. Osborne, for Adelaide. Passengers — Mr. and Mrs. Pugh, Mr. and Mrs. Harding, Mr. John Barnes, Mr. J. Wal fdrd, Mr. and Mrs. Macnamara and two children, James Shingleton and Patrick Mullins. ? 12. Brougham, barque, 238 tons, Capt. Bunker, for...

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OF THE COUNTESS OF GOERLITZ. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 18 March 1848

MjMjbr Q^ the countess of ? ':!::::'i '/;?-: goerlitz. .??;??,- Thb following report of an atrocity, which is -regarded as, in some respects, similar to the Praslin crime, is taken from a recent number of the Spectator, a German journal. jThe crime seema to have been kept quiet, :as the. intelligence has not appeared in any of the chief German papers. In the not very cleiir or coherent report of the 5)j(?c/a/or, comparisons are made between the publicity given to the proceedings: in such cases by ?constitutional governments and the very different ^system; pursued in .Germany, after ^hi(cli it proceeds, as follows :~. ' ';/,'. .. '.. ? ; ' ' The tragical death of the Countess of Goerlitz, burned to death at Darmstadt, has recently thrown all the higher classes of the German aristpcracy into deep consternation This event; has , given rise to the strangest as well as the most contradictory conjec tures; many persons were of opinion that the Countess had committed suicide, but this was ...

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Police Office. FRIDAY, March 10. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 18 March 1848

f;tyiftiU2i@ftfr-ti-r *;:: , ; ''FiiibAY, March 10: ; *'-! ?'?'?;' Thomas Asht bN.'fbr drunkenness, ' secon-3 ' offence, 203. and 4s. costs, of * forty-eight' hours; cells. ../,*.:- ','.''' L '.'~ ?'''...' -'r: '.' ' '? lienry Cheslnre;acb'arged yyith an assault unmeritiohable^Cornrortt^d for trial. _ ' ?j'6'iifte Brovyn^arid Thomas 'Carr, ' both charged with cattle stealing— Committed.* Lawson ,y. M'KENNy.-^-pcfenciant was brought up ori warrant, charged' with ? ab sconding from hi^hi^^^^ guilty and. was sentence.d'..twjp'_''m6iith3' in Jiathurst gaol with hard labour.' \ ,C h auk k y A itch ison .'--An assaul t' case, . — no appearance., ,V ' ' . . . ? , Saturday, March 11. , ; .,:.... Richard Parl.yplieuiled; guilty to a charge, of, drunkenness— Fined ,1,0s. or twenty-four, h' urs cells. , :;.,., .; ,; * , ;-.'»...,' ..... .. Mondav, March 13. .' ;. ' ; Amelia, anil.&le of France black Woman, was fined ,10a. for di uiikenness, or twenty^ four hours cells. ^ ,' .'?'... X [...

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PUBLIC SALES OF COLONIAL WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 18 March 1848

PUBLIC SALES OF' COLONIAL WOOL. Ths fourth, aeries of Sales of Colonial Wool of this season commenced on the 21st ultimo, and concluded this- day. They comprised — . , 10,129 Bales-Australiaw 6,450 „ Port Phillip 1,189 „ Van' Dieman'S' Land ,-20& ,i- South'. Australian :'?-!.,.'... 4sO85(l ,y Cape of Good Hope ?'?'? 18Jt ,',- Swan River i1 74 „ New; Zealand '-'.' 22,314 ? - '-. , 842 „. East Indian-. 23,156 The extreme pressure on the Money Market which' which has prevailed so long, continued with increased severity during the course of the early sales, but it was in some degree mitigated by the relaxation of the Bank Charter Act; as there was no prospect of any material abatement, the importers of colonial wool had little in ducement to postpone selling. In addition to these very unfavourable circumstances, it was, unfortunate that the arrivals had accu mulated to a larger quantity than ever be fore known at. this season of the year, viz. : — 30,000 bales, with a certainty ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 18 March 1848

MARRIED.             ON the 1st instant, by special license, by the Rev.   Dr. McGarvie, Mr. Walter Craigie, of Sydney, to   Miss Elizabeth McManus, of Pyrmont.

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 18 March 1848

ARRIVALS.         March 8. — Tasmania, barque, 502 tons, Captain Tucker from Hobart Town the 27th February. Passengers— Mr. and Mrs. Hardwick, Mrs. Tucker, and Mr Blackett. 8. Statesman, barque, 345 tons Captain Dewar, from Hongkong the 6th December. Passengers — Mr. A. L. Inglis and Captain G. Banks. 9. Jane bar 9. Jane basque, 360 tons, Captain Pallett, from London; left the Downs 28th October. Passen gers - Mrs. Pallott, Mr. Hebbett, Mr. Giles, Mr.           Jaques, and Miss Foster.   9. Tam o' Shanter, barque, 270 tons, Captain Marlenberg, from London ; left the Downs 16th Novembers, Passengers— Mr. Chapman, Mr. Par-         tridge.Mrs. Mewburn, and Mr. Smith,                 9, HMS , Rattlesnake, ...

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ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 18 March 1848

ENGLISH' NEWS. Trtn Tarn o' Shanter h&i brought English jafevwrtdi the 13th November, three idayB later than had previously come to the ' feo'loiiyv -?.' ? \ - ?-.??- '?..;.. Parliament was prorogued on the ilth of November to the 18th, when it would meet. The election of a Speaker and other busi ness at the opening of a new Parliament would occupy two or tbree days, so that the speech .from the Throne would not be delivered until Tuesday, the 22nd of No vember. It was not expected that there jwould be any opposition to the re-election of the old Speaker, Mr; C. S. Lefevre. The Bills intended to be introduced by by Government was not known, but a strin gent; Arms' Act, it was understood, would he proposed for Ireland. There was improvement in the money market. Consols were up to 84^; and mo ney could be obtained &t 5 per cen. readily. 'It may be noticed, as a sign of the times, that not one notice had be'en for a railway Bill for the ensuing session. ? The Pope's den...

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Original Correspondence. TOM AND JERRY SHOPS; OR, WINE AND BEER LICENCES. To the Editor of THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. Bathurst, March 15, 1848. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 18 March 1848

Original Correspondence TOM AND JERRY SHOPS; OR, WINE AND   BEER LICENCES.           To the Editor of THE BATHURST ADVOCATE.   Bathurst,March 15, 1848.             SIR,—For many years past repeated applications   have been made to the Bench of Magistrates to   sanction the issuing of Wine and Beer Licences; to these, applications the' Magistrates'have' invari - ably- and very properly, turned a deaf ear, consi^ dering most probably,, that ? the opening -of such houses or shops was uncalled for , and would not tend ?to improve ;tlie morals of 'society. . They have this' year departed from their long pursued course, and have 'sanctioned the issuing of a AVihe and Beer Licence-to Sir/ Dunally, for, premises held- by him in George-street ;tp this :indiyidual, there can be nonobjection ; since he...

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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 18 March 1848

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. We return thanks to our FISH RIVER CORRE- SPONDENT for his Contributions ; they will be inserted in our next.       "THE BUSHMAN"will appear in our next. .    

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MISERIES OF A NEWSPAPER EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 18 March 1848

MISERIES OF A NEWSPAPER '. ..;?.. EDITOR. ??''.-. ;'---:.;/; ? What a life w that cfii newspaper editor ! How numerous, how varied, how onerous his duties! :- He must have under his eyes all events; of all different kinds, that have passed, that are passing/ and that are ex pected to pass, in every quarter of the globe. He must have his attention concentrated, at one and the ^q^ tirMiei, dii the weathet, on thq. crops, on agriculture* on markets, acci dents, offences, crimes, shipwrecks, railways, births, deaths, marriages, courts of law, police offices, the state of the church and the state of1 the1 stocks; the proceedings of' poli ticians and the proceedings : of the * swell mob,'; the .blowing; up of steam- boats and thfeWpwfn^ down: of i chimneys. : There is nothing, in short, too great to come under his notice, or too small to elude his grasp. J^egularly, and day' by day. is he under the ueeeasity; of ferretting :/but aiidchroniclihg; for the-, benefit; (?) of, his fellow being...

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COURT CP QUARTER SESSIONS. THURSDAY, March 16. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 18 March 1848

COURT CP QUARTER SESSIONS, Thursday, jMaech 16. . ? :... Before the Chairman, assisted during the: day by Messrs. J. T. Mbrisset, G. Kankiu, W. A Steel, and W. llane, J.P.'a;; V The court was opened at ten o'clock, a.M; On calling over the jury list, Mr. Daniel Roberts claimed ..exemption, being1 post^ m«ster at O'Connell Plains ; the Chairman told him he must apply to the JVlagislrates when they . met .to correct Ihe jury lists in January next, to have his name struck off the. list.' '.'?' . v.' _ ? '''':; ;; .;; ' '; James Mead was indicted for stealing tvyb one pcund notes, on the 30th January last, the property of Amos Field, at Storiey Ridge, near the Green Swamp. . It nppeared the prosecutor -vas a. sawyer, living at .the place above named; in January the prisoner went there, stating he was out of employ ;' he remained at ihe prosecutor's hut thiee weeks out of charity; prosecutor- had occa sion to leave I'.ome on fcunday,. 3Otli Jan. last, and some lime after his wife left th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 18 March 1848

TERMS O* SUBSCRIPTION.; ;,; Are Seven Shillings per Quarter, payable in advance. Single.'numbers, nine.-.pence.' . The Quarters end on. the last Saturdays in March, June, September, and December, 'and: oh whichi dates, only. can resignations be: received, and- which must; be accompanied by -payment i of: alt money's due. ..'. . ;-, ;; ' ^ TERMS- FOR- ADVERTISEMENTS. V ^ . For the, first inch oE-'space,, one' insertion, Three-. : ' Shiliingsi: '': ? ; ; - ?'?'?'?'??: : ' ,'- ???? ' -: ' -.'?'? .r---:-y:,i For eich additional inch* One Shilling^ ' j For. future insertions^ .Half-price. ??'', : I The number of 'times to' be published l must be. WTitten ' on the face of the -manuscript,- or the advertisements will be continued till counter | manded'. The amount must be paid previous to. the 'insertion- of ; ah 'advertisement,':which';mu'st .be sent before two o'clock on 'Friday aftemoohj, andall orders to withdraw, not later, than two o'clock on Thursday-afternoon, or they cannot be att...

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SCENE AT A MILITARY EXECUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 18 March 1848

SCENE a*; i MILITARY EXECUTION. A death-like silence succeeded this touching ; scene, and: as the general body of the pri soners were now marched back from beside their condemned companions, the multitude, in compassionate excitement, waited the final' event. The three young men were now placed on. their knees on their re spective coffins, all refusing to have their; eyes bandaged. The provost-martial, mea suring twelve paces in front, the execution party took their station, and^ eyerything; seemed to be ready. A movement be^tn^ the military at the last, moment, among at crowd so excited, is no, uncommon circum stance in cases like the present. But the hawk's, eye of the Colonel; in cpmiioancl,; thia morning, had been frequently, cait round him on the gloomy countenances of the prisoners of the watch, ae well as on the mi merous spectators/ for he khe w, that their feelings! were noW; Wound up t« such a pitch, that every thing rwas. to Ibe. apprehend- ed from the least accident ; an...

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