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Prison Discipline, Offenders, Offences, Punishment, Prevention of Crime, and Reformation of Criminals. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 10 March 1849

Prison discipline, Offenders, Offences, Punishment, Prevention of Crime, and Reformation of Criminals. By Henry Abel Pasley, 1848. 'Society makes it's own Criminals, and then, at prodigious loss of time, money, and morals, punishes it's own work.' — Maria Childs.

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MY FOREST QUEEN. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 10 March 1849

MY FOREST QUEEN. Within the woods, all sunny bright, So deeply, darkly, green, She walks in beauty's loveliest light, My own, my Forest Queen. Her heart in trembling tenderness, So fondly talks to mine, That every feature of her face, Beams with a ray divine ! LEWIS.

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EUGENE AND ISABEL. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 10 March 1849

EUGENE AND ISABELL. They love, Eugene and Isabell, And yet they live apart ; In thought they each on other dwell, As heart were pressed to heart ! And yet, ah ! why should it be so, They live as hearts were wreathed in snow. G. S.

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

The amount must be paid previous; to   the insertion of an advertisement, which must be sent before twelve o'clock on Friday, and all orders to withdraw, not later than four o'clock on Wednesday afternoon.

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Marriage Ceremony in Russia. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 10 March 1849

ESai's'lago Ceremony- £r& Sstaissla. The marriage ceremony, however solemn it may be accounted, as one of the -offices of the, church, is so cloaked Avith theatrical effect as. to lose much of its spiritual sanctity. .It would seem that tlie external senses .rather tiiantne;. feelings of the heart or mind we're- to be wrought upon ; or perhaps it is considered that' the feelings are only impressed by the agency of the senses. Be this as it may, marriage is a drawing-room scene, under priestly aus pices ; lay frivolities are intermingled with ecclesiastical pageantry ; and the theatrical effect is enhanced by its being an evening performance. The exterior 'of the church is illuminated; but the brilliancy outside is eclipsed by the blaze of the interior, which, studded with candles and chandeliers, looks . more like a saloon of pleasure than a' temple of worship. The guests and friends invited td^ be present appear in full dress, and 'are marshalled to tho respective sides of ...

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The Murder of Mr. Kennedy. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 10 March 1849

The Murder of Mr. Kennedy.   Since the receipt of the intelligence respecting the mur- der of this unfortunate gentleman which is given in another column, we have been enabled to ascertain that Mr. Kennedy was the only person who was murdered by the blacks, the rest of the deceased having died from starvation. The party consisted of Mr. E. B. Kennedy, Mr. T. Wall, Mr. W. Carron, Mr. C. Niblett, James Luff, Edward Taylor, William Costigan, William Goddart, Thomas Mitchell, Edward Carpenter, John Douglass, —— Dunn, and Jackey an   aboriginal native. Of these Mr. Kennedy was murdered by the blacks, Costigan accidentally shot himself, Carron and Goddard were found alive, and the rest died from distress and starvation. The expedition left Sydney about ten months since, and after stopping a few days at Rockingham Bay, started from the coast on the 2nd of June. Shortly after their departure, circumstances rendered it neces- sary for the men to separate, and Mr. Kennedy, ac- co...

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Court of Requests. Before their Worships W. H. Suttor, Esq., J.P., J. W. Lowe,Esq., J.P.,and J. B. Richards, Esq., J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 10 March 1849

, Court of Requests. Before their Worships W. H. Suttor, Esq., J.P., J. W.Lowe. Esq., J.P. , and J. B. Richards, Esq., J.P. The usual sitting of this Court took place at the Police Office on Monday and Tuesday last. There were about seventy or eighty plaints for hearing', but several of them were settled out of court. Tlie majority of the causes were devoid of public interest. The fol lowing- were the most important : — Buckley v . Dillon. — Mr. Dowling appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr. M'lntosh for the defendant. The plaintiff in this case had a horse which was lost under the following circumstances. In December last, plaintiff asked a person of the name of English tn let his horse run along with English's mare, which English consented to do on condition that he should not be considered as having- charge of the said horse. It was contended by the plaintiff' that the said horse had, been taken away from English's premises, by the defendant without any authority from the owner of t...

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Melancholy Information. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 10 March 1849

Melancholy Information.   It is with the most sincere regret that we perform the melancholy duty of informing our readers of the murder of Mr. KENNEDY and all his party, except two men. We are not in possession of the particulars of this sad event, but of the fact itself there is unfor- tunately no doubt. The schooner Clarissa, which arrived, yesterday from Moreton Bay, was driven by stress of weather into Trial Bay, and she was their joined by the schooner Ariel, which it will be remembered was char- tered by Government to proceed to Cape York with stores for Kennedy's expedition. Long after the time when the party ought to have arrived at the appointed rendezvous, a native was observed who had a belt which had evidently belonged to a white man: this induced the persons in the Ariel to suspect that some of the party must be in the neigh- bourhood, and detaining the black as a hostage, they commenced a search, which ended in their finding two of Kennedy's men in great d...

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

j XiAysns & co.'s j(MELEBR ATED CORDIALS, and LIQUIEURS, W j consisting of — . ^^: NORFOLK PUNCH GINGER WINE .CHERRY BRANDY RICH RUM SHRUB ? BRANDY BITTERS GIN BITTERS , J ANNISEED. CORDIAL 1 ' CLOVE CORDIAL J PEPPERMINT CORDIaL LEMON SYRUP . May be obtained of the Undersigned, or of any, Wine Merchant in Sydney, either in draught, or in cases, containing one dozen each. The celebrity these Cordials have obtained, renders any recommenda iion on the part of the makers superfluous. -' J. .V. LAVERS St CO., 335, George Street, Sydney. ] ~~~' Sff'QTXCEi. VS3T0LEN, from my Paddock, on the n;ght of the £5$ ,13th '.of February Instant, A BLACK HORSE, bran Jed TE on the near shoulder, the off hind leg -blemished from being fired. I hereby offer a Reward pi £5 to any person or persons who will give such Information as will lead to the detection and convic ftion of the parly or parties who stole the Horse. 1 THOMAS EAGERS, I Feb.S23, 1849 Clear Creek. | Stolen, or Strayed, I m CHESNUT...

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Settlors' Wholesale Price Current. SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 10 March 1849

Settlers' Wholesale Price Current. SYDNEY. WHEAT is in demand at from 3s. 6d. to 3s. 9d. per bushel. FLOUR is quoted at £9 10s. per ton for fine. MAIZE, 3s. 9d. per bushel. . . BARLEY, of good samples, 2s. 6d. per bushel. HAY from £4 to £5 per ton. BUTTER is rather scarce, and enquired for. CHEESE is in demand. BACON AND HAMS.— In demand, and scarce, at 4d. to 5d. per lb. EGGS are worth 1s. per dozen. FAT PIGS average about 2d. per lb. by the carcass. FAT CALVES. — -Nominal. Fat Sheep. — Sales have been effected at from 4s. to 6s. each. ' ; FAT BULLOCKS have realised from 35s. to 45s. per head.     TALLOW. — Sales are brisk, and in demand. HIDES. — Dull in sale, and prices low.     TOBACCO. — Scarce, the best brands being in de- :.-.l mand, and prices improving.

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FRIDAY Before the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 10 March 1849

FRIDAY           Before the Police Magistrate. Solomon Penrith was charged with drunkennes ; he   pleaded guilty, and was fined ten shillings, or twenty - four hours to the cells.     Jane Evans was charged with a similar offence, and   was fined one pound, or forty-eight hours to the cells. BATHURST RACES. — These Races are looked for-   ward to with considerable interest by the lovers of the turf and the people generally. We understand that there is every reason to expect first-rate sport on the forthcoming occasion. The following are the weights to be carried for the Bathurst Town Plate, and the Publican's Purse as declared by the Stewards: — forrocks, Mr. E. Healy, 9st. 91bs. ; Sam Weller, Mr. Healy 9st. ; Plover, Mr. Downes, 9st. 121bs. ; Sir Frederick, Mr. Downes, 9st. 6lbs. ; Wentworth, Mr. Lowes, 9st. 9lbs. ; Whalebone, Mr. Tait, 8st. 5lbs. ; Empe...

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Police Office. SATURDAY, MARCH 3, 1849. Before the Police Magistiate. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 10 March 1849

Police Office. Saturday, March 3, 1849.     Before the Police Magistrate.         Mary Dillon was charged with being drunk and   disorderly. Constable Finnerty deposed, that the     prisoner had been drunk, and had given him a great   deal of abuse; he also proved three former convictions, during the present year, against the prisoner. His   Worship sentenced the delinquent to twenty-one days imprisonment with hard labour.     William Clarke, a poor fellow who stood shaking like a man in an ague fit owing to the previous night's debauch, was charged with being drunk on the previ- ous day. It being his first offence he was fined ten shillings, or twenty-four hours to the cells. MONDAY. Before J. B. Richards, Esq., J.P. John Clarke was brought before his Worship, on a charge of drunkenness. The prisoner had been out on...

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THE BATHURST ADVOCATE, SATURDAY, MARCH 10, 1849. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 10 March 1849

THE MTHURST ADVOCATE, SATURDAY, MARCH 10, 1849. ? «$- ? We have no right to govern ourselves — no right to enact laws for the regulation of our territorial domain — no right to change laws which are inimical to the prosperity of the ?colony, Such appears to he the stereotyped opinion of our lords in Downing-street. The great majority of the colonists are desirous of changing the law which regulates the sale of land, but the Colonial Office will not con sent to any such innovation. It would he dangerous, fraught with evil, disastrous to the colony, and injurious to the mother country. What would become of society if the waste lands of the colony were sold at 5s. per acre, instead of ! one pound, and what would be the use '.of keeping up a large establishment in Downing-street, if the Colonial possessions of Great Britain could make their own laws, subject merely to the veto of the crown ? There cannot exist a more stupid and op pressive law than that which prevents us from having a v...

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CRIME AND CRIMINALS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 17 March 1849

CRIME AND CRIMINALS. {Concluded from otir last.) To prevent crime we must begin with the Schoolmaster — and not with the Jailer. The laws of England have made many transports, who might have been emigrants. The question is, how arc we to deal with oirenders. Any person who studies mankind — who studies nature, will find that kindness prevail?, where coercion fails : even in tbe brute creation this ia the case. Crime is a disease which punishment cannot cure. To prevent this malady we must begin with the child ; it is in infancy that moral training must take place ; and commence its education at its first dawn of reason, by instilling into the young mind a horror for lies, pilfering, cursing, smoking, and drinking : and im plant the principles of morality and religion, which will grow into virtue. The child so educated will grow a moral and virtuous youth, and become a good man. '? Trnin up u child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not depart from it.' But with of f...

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THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 1849. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 17 March 1849

THE BATHURST AIJVQGATE. SATURDAY, MAB.CH 17, 1849. The Press of New South Wales has unani mously condemned Earl Grey's scheme for the Revival of Transportation. Every pure and unselfisli mind owes our newspapers a debt of gratitude for the noble stand they have taken in regard to this subject. We may congratulate ourselves that there exists amongst us a power more powerful than even the mis governors of Downing-street, and that, that power has, in this instance, espoused the cause of truth, humanity, and virtue. We object to the Renewal of Transporta tion for many and obvious, reasons. We think,, nay, we are certain, it would be disastrous to the peace and prosperity of the colony. We do not wish to see our beautiful province de graded by being again made a penal settle ment — a receptacle for the moral pollution of the Mother Oountry. We have no desire to witness the horrors of the cat, in the hands of the scourger, under the direction of those humane personages, the remaining magi...

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Scientific Memoranda. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 17 March 1849

Scientific BEemorasada. The Cossus. — Lyonnet counted in the caterpillar of the cosus, 236 longtitudinal. 1336 transverse, and 232 detached tracheal branchlets, making altogether 1S04- air tubes large enough to be seen with a good glass. It is supposed by some naturalists, that the number of air tubes in the same caterpillar which are invisible on account of their mi nuteness, is very great, if not equal to those which are visible. The same indefatigible observer discovered in the Cossus 4061 muscles, 223 of which belong to the head, 1647. to the body, and 21 36 to the intestines. Each of these muscles is formed of bundles of fibres, enwrapped in a general covering of membrane. If to the foregoing, we add the number of glands, ramifying nervous filaments, gangli Dnic centres, and other curious pieces of mechanism contained in the body of the cossus, we shall find the number of the whole to be many thousands. The display of mechanical skill exhibited in the organization of the eossus...

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IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 17 March 1849

SSSS.£SB. Sharp Practice. — On Saturday last, the 28th ult., the poor-rate collector of the Longford Union had oc casion to lay a distress for non-payment of his rate on some stacks of oats, the property of a Mr. Farroll. of Tarmonbarry. The coadjutor of the parish, the Rev. Mr. Farrell, and brother to the defaulter, on hearing of the allair went to the lands to remonstrate with the collector. Having alighted from his horse to visit his family, it was immediately seized upon by the collector and sold for the poor rates. The Rev. gentleman en deavoured to prevent the sale, but lie was told that lie hud no redress, as all the property found on the pre mises wa3 subject to the poor rates. — Westmcath Guardian, November 2. All the police lately engaged in conflict with the in surgents in Tipperary and Kilkenny, during the last outbreak, have been advanced a step in promotion. Thk Patriot John Mitchel.— A correspondent in Burntisland on Tuesday : — I have just had a con versation with a ...

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THE POET'S WELL. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 17 March 1849

THE POET'S WELL. The Poet's Well is never dry, His springs of genius still are gushing, And fools and rogues still meet his eye, Who well deserve, and get, a lashing.

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Shipping Intellgence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 17 March 1849

SluiUihtcj. 3sitt*lltcrnrre. ARRIVALS. March 7. Nimrod, barque, Capt. Espinasse, returned to port. 7. Essington, brig, Capt. Mills, from Port Fairy. 7. Susan, schooner, Capt. Steele. fiotn Moreton Bay. 7. Velocity, schooner, Capt. M'Veigli, from Portland ±Say. 8. Cape Horn, barque, Capt. Wells, from Bristol. 8. Will Watch, schooner, Capt. Stanes, from Port land Bay. 8. John Williams, Missionary barque, Capt. Morgan, from Anatam. 9. Subraon, ship, Capt Nicol, from Manila. 9. Emma, brig, Capt. Poekley, from HobartTown. 10. Terror, schooner, Capt. Dunning, from Shan ghai. 10. Opalia, schooner, Capt. Easton, from Moreton Bay. 10. Ann Mary, schooner, Capt. Brown, from More ton Bay. J 1. Columbus, barque, (P.O.P.), Capt. Short, from London. 11. Spencer, brig, Capt. Bel], from Honolula. 11. Swift, schooner, Capt. Thompson, from Moreton Bay. 11. St. Vincent, ship, Capt. Young, from London. 11. George, barque, Capt. M' Vicar, from London, 11. Diamond, ship, Capt. Stuart, from London. 11. Pho...

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LINES EXTRACTED FROM A MANUSCRIPT POEM WRITTEN SOME YEARS AGO. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 17 March 1849

LINES EXTRACTED FROM A MANUSCRIPT POEM WRITTEN SOME YEARS AGO. Some seek through life, but seek in vain, for fame, !By various methods, and in various ways ; At public meetings, municipal boards, In name-surmounted palaces — a sort Of brand for houses stolen or strayed — in sweets Of Matrimonial bliss without the ties, In shewing off in parks, and public places, Their marriageable daughters, lovely, but whoso eyes, Large, languishing, and dark, aad full of love, Flash the beholder blind, so that their charms, Their many artless charms, remain unseen. Some seek for fame in sonnets, songs, and odes, And lines expressly made for music — so They say, but music thinks it all a hoax, That nothing more is meant than meets the eye. The sugar canes of song should all be sweet, And succulent, and have theit juice express'd So purely, and so clearly crystallized, That beauty's lips may give the sparkling thoughts The soul of music, breathing from her own, And harmony so perfect, make the heart...

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