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Original Poetry. THE DISGUSTED WIFE TO HER HUSBAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 17 March 1849

Original Poetry. THE DISGUSTED WIFE TO HER HUSBAND. Yon promised to leave ofFyour smoking The day I consented to wed '; How little I thought you were joking'. How fondly believed what you said ; Then alas ! how completely you sold me With blandishments, artful, and vain, When you emptied your snuff-box and told me You never would fill it again ! Those fumes' so oppressive from puffing, Say what is the solace that flows. And whence the enjoyment of snuffing A parcel of dust in your nose. By the habits you thus are pursuing There can be no pleasure conferred ; How irrational then in so doing, Now is it not very absurd ? ' Cigars come to threepence each, nearly, And sixpence an ounce is your snuff; Consider how much you then yearly Must waste on that horrible stuff: Why the sums in tobacco you spend love, The wealth in your snuff-box you sink Would procure me of dresses no end love, And dress me in gloves only think !' ' What's worse for your person I tremble, 'Tis going as fast as it ...

Publication Title: Bathurst Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 17 March 1849

'Wfg|TTIEREAS, on the night of the 6th, or early If W on the morning of the 7th instant, some evil-disposed person broke open my Stable and drove away an Entire Colt, whilst in training for the Bathurst Races. I hereby olfer the above Reward to any per son who will give me information that will lead to the discovery and conviction of the offender or offenders. JOSEPH MATTHEWS. Monteficrs, March 10th, 1849. M LL THE CATTLE, &c, found trespassing at _£3$*L; Marawine, or Stoney Creek, County of Rox burgh, after Fourteen Days from this date, will bo Impounded, and any person or persons found driving nway Cattle or Horses therefrom, without the permis sion of the undersigned will be prosecuted. JOHN TREWREN. Kel'so, 17th March, 1849. JJ0TR. FIN LEY. begs to return bis sincere thanks jH_ to his Neighbours and Friends, and to a!! whoso kindly assisted in EXTINGUISH I KG THIC FIRE on bis premises at O'Connell Plains, on Sunday last. Willow Bank, March 13, 1849. Stfotlce to my (Sreda...

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TALLOW, Hides, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 17 March 1849

Tz-llo~j, SEMes,' &c. fFrom Goad and Rigg's Circular, October 31. J The Tallow Market has been in a dull inactive state all the month. The arrivals from St. Petersburg have been large, amounting to 20,008 casks, from which the consumers have been principally supplied : — besides this, the market has been forced by sales on specu lators' account, and tho value of Russian has gradually declined from 4/s. to 4DS. per cwt. as quoted, though 44s. 6d. is probably the nearest value to-day. From the accounts received from St. Petersburgh it is now generally believed that 14,000 casks (in addition to what was expected) will come forward ; and though this quantity is in itself unimportant, yet, when coupled with the uncertainly of what may be received from the River Plate and Australia, it was certain to produce an unfavourable effect upon the market, which is generally excited and always fluctuating. 'We there fore do not look for any stability or firmness in prices until northern po...

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Crown Lands within tHe Settled Districts. LEASES BY AUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 17 March 1849

CirovFn E»ajids within tHe Settled SJistriots. ('From a Supplement to the Government Gazette. J- LEASKS BY AUCTION. Colonial Secretary's Office, 2nd March, 1849.— His Excellency the Governor directs it to be notified for the information of all persons concerned, that Leases of the hereunder described portions of land which have been applied for under the 28th section of the regu lations of 29lh March, 3.81-8, will be put up to auction at the time and place hereunder mentioned, and upon the conditions set forth in the Regulations in question. 2. Further information respecting the lands can be obtained from tile Surveyor-General, and respecting tho conditions from the Colonial Treasurer, Sydney, and at the Police Ollice of the districts. 3. The upset price of each lot is ten shillings per section of 040 acres, in the lease for one year, commencing 1st Jan uary, 18-19. 4. The full price bid for each lot must be paid down at the time of sale ; in failure of which, or if not bid for, tin...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 17 March 1849

Death. On Saturday, the 10th instant, at her residence, Keppel Street, Bathurst, Mrs. ROBERT RAE, aged 29 years, leaving her husband and four children to lament their loss.

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A GENERAL COMPLAINT. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 17 March 1849

A GENERAL COMPLAINT. Some servants of the public here, Would fain become our masters ; Yes, tyrannise and domineer, Like bed-posts over castors.  

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Prison discipline, Offenders, Offences, Punishment, Prevention of Crime, and Reformation of Criminals. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 17 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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OUR BULL DOG. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 17 March 1849

OUR BULL DOG. Benevis, Sirs, has got the mange. Then hoot the mangy dog, He rubs his shoulder 'gainst a post, His rump against a log. LAIRD OF LOGIE.

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Poetical Crumbs [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 17 March 1849

Poetical Crumbs ; OR, A LITTLE WARIETY AS THAT GREAT GRAMMARIAN AND HUGE CRITIC, OUR LECHEROUS-LOOKING HEAD BATON MAN WOULD SAY. GIGANTIC BEARDS. Exclamation of a City Miss on receiving a visit from her up-country, or Squatterland, admirer : LA ! what a lip, cheek, chin, and throat, A bush, and not a beard, I took you for a billy goat, I did, upon my word. We love, replied the man of hair, However hot the sun, To sport a beard, in magnitude, Proportioned to our ' run.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 17 March 1849

TO ADVERTISERS. 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. We do not identify ourselves with the opinions   of our Correspondents.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 17 March 1849

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. All communications for this Journal must be accom- panied with the name of the writer, or they will not be inserted. W.R.W., OF THE LACHLAN. — Our two last num-     bers have been refused by this gentleman without any reason being assigned. We think that it would have been more courteous and gentlemanly on the part of W. R. W. to have paid up his long arrears before he refused the paper.

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Late English News. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 17 March 1849

Siate Snglisli Slews. By the ' Melbourne Daily News' we have received European News to the 25th of No vember. Nothing of immediate political or domestic interest had occurred— saving that the rumoured retirement of Lord John Hussell, Earl Guey, and Sir Charles Wood, from the Ministry, may have, the effect of again post poning the boon of liberal constitutions to these colonies. Lord Clarendon is spoken of as the new Premier. Orders have been issued to all departments under the control of the Treasury, that whenever a vacancy occurs, no promotion or new appointment is to take place until special enquiry has been made whether the office cannot be reduced. Consols have advanced, and at the latest dates were quoted at 87£ to 87f . A rt-port was current in London, that the Emperor of Russia had heen assassinated bj;. the Polish Count Kaseowisky, one of the officers of the Imperial House hold. Mr. Rossi was stabbed by tho hand of an assassin at Rome, as lie was going to the Council. Egypt...

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Police Office. MONDAY. Before the Police Magistrate [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 17 March 1849

Police Office. Monday. Before the Police Magistrate. John Cooney was charged with being drunk in the public streets of Bathurst, and was fined ten shillings, or twenty-four hours to the cells. Ellen Clarke was charged with a similar offence, and was also fined ten shillings, or twenty-four hours' imprisonment. John 'Whitlon was found guilty of drunkenness, and was fined ten shillings. Benjamin Pearton was obliged to acknowledge that he had taken a drop too much, and was forced to contribute ten shillings to the Colonial Exchequer, or undergo imprisonment for twenty-four hours; Tuesday. Before C. H. Green, Esq., J.P. Charles Stewart was charged with being found drunk on the previous day, and was fined ten shillings, or twenty-four hours to the cells. John Cotton was brought before tho Bench as a vagrant. Constable Shore deposed that lie found the prisoner oirihe previous night, about half-past twelve o'clock, lying fast asleep in Hnncock-street, and that lie was drunken and riotous. ...

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

ViLS,SS1E'E!3S. I:u-;dited Anecdote of the Duke op Welliktok at Waterloo. — Tuesday afternoon found us moving Jeir.nvj'iy nlnna- TfpTivmiat.nYi.Jrv the side of an agree able coachman. At- the ' Horns' ' anowier uuu.iue passenger ascended the roof, who told the following story. ° He said : — 'A traveller to an ironmongery (inn in Ilolnorn was on business near Waterloo at the time of the battle, so -what does he do, but trots np, on a worn-out pony that went all crooked, as near the battle ns he could, and didn't the caunon halls whiz about all round him. Now, who should come np but the Duke of Wellington ? 'You take an interest in the battle,' says he. 'In course, I does,' says my friend, 'What's yoviu. name?' says the Duke. 'George Tomlins,' 'says he. 'Will you do a service for your country ?' says the Duke. Twill,' says he. ' Then,' say's the Duke, lugging out. a scrap of papc, 'carry this ere to my stair',' right through the field of battle.' Tomlins seized it, and had just starte...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 17 March 1849

BATHURST RACES.   1849.   - o -     Stewards .-     M. LAWSON, June, Esq.   WILLIAM HENRY SUTTOR, Esq., M.C.   JOHN SAVORY RODD, Esq. JOHN N. M'INTOSH, Esq.   THOMAS ICELY, Esq. JOHN F. CLEMENTS, Esq. Judge : —   FRANCIS LORD, Esq.   Treasurer .- —   RICHARD MACHATTIE, Esq. Clerk of the Course.- —   MR. THOMAS WHITTON.   First Day — Wednesday, March 21.   FIRST RACE.   THE BATHURST TOWNPLATE of £50, for   all horses to be handicapped by the Stewards,     or whom they may appoint. Heats, twice round.   IApplications for Entrances to be addressed to the   Honorary Secretary, on or before the 28th February,   Weights to be declared at the ' Black Bull' Inn, on Monday the 5th March, at 12, noon. The entran...

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Foreign News. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 17 March 1849

r'oreig-n Slews. Prussia.— Berlin, November 14. — In consequence of the state of seige which has been declared, the utmost excitement continues to prevail in every part of the city yesterday and to-day. An order issued by General Von Wrangle, who is commissioned to adopt all measures necessary for the maintenance of general order, decrees that all clubs and political societies are dissolved. Assemblages in -the streets of more than twenty people in the day time, and more than ten by night, are not allowed. All public houses are to be closed at ten o'clock in the evening. Newspapers and placards cannot be printed and publicly sold without the permission of the police. All strangers who can not state the object of their stay in this city are to be required to leave in the course of twenty-four hours. Strangers who arrive here with weapons will not bo allowed to enter the city without delivering up their arms. The greatest agitation is visible throughout the city. The dispersion of the...

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Original Correspondence. To the Editor of The BATHURST ADVOCATE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 17 March 1849

©?astiTttl CtfiTcdiiinrticiire. To the Editor of The Bathurst Advocate. Sin,— I beg to acknowledge the receipt of your com- - munication per 'reflected sunbeam,' and shall be happy to comply with your request. In answer to your inquiries I have to state that my optics are much clearer than those possessed by tho inhabitants of your world, and that I have at command, as an assistant when space is dark, a fine telescope, weighing about1 2,000 tons, which father gave mo the other day as a toy. My auditory organ is sufficiently acute to enable me to hear what you earthly folks say ; and, I assure* you, your conversation is often as strange as the stuff your dreams arc made of. As you are a civil fellow, and have sent mo up some news, I shall let you know what is passing hv tho town. I need hardly remind you of the process— you have only to spread 'out your photographic plate, and I'll print the intelligence on. it with a stellar beam, and then you can write it off by means of the micros...

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THE MONSTER MEETING IN BATHURST. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 17 March 1849

THE- MONSTER MEETING IN BATIIURST. A. rew days .ago, a great public meeting was held in Mar ket House Square, for the purpose of taking into con deration the present condition of tho Market plaeo,-, The audience- numbered from 4 to 5,000, and seemed verv attentive, orderly and well conducted. In short, it was as decent a mob as was ever collected in thestreets of Bathurst. On the motion of Mr. Dunderhead, se conded by Mr. Wildgoose, and carried nem. con. Sir Marmaduke Martingale was called to the chair. 'Phr- ( Jhairnian— It affords me much pleasure, ladies and gentlemen, to preside over such an important meeting as the present. Gentlemen, I say, most em phatically, it is a very important meeting.— (Cheers.) We arc met for an important object, the gentlemen on the platform are, as you well know, important men, and though it does not become mo to say much of my 'sclf, permit me to add, your chairman is not altoge ther an unimportant personage. Gentlemen, the ob iect of the present me...

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Original Poetry STANZAS. Written chiefly during our last Monetary and Commercial Eclipse, in 1813. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 24 March 1849

Original Poetry, STANZAS. \VrHtcti-chiejly during our last Monetary anil Com mercial Eclipse, in 18i3. Australia oh ! Australia, thou to me Art all the world, homo, country, parent, friend, For I like-some lone bird, o'er passed the sea, And sprung all friendless to thy forest strand Where none received mo with an open hand, And where I've none to share, with thee my heart ! Ah I thus it is I daily o'er thee bend, And fondly gazing, feel how dear thou art, lrv many a tear drop shed in paths from man apart ! Five clever men, as one could wish to see, T^— , W ? , W ? , N ? , and B ? , Have laboured zealousy, in vain, to free Australia from tho grasp of ruin's hand, Whose fingers pincli her so, to that degree, That she with much difficulty can stand Upright upon her legs : she pours her. plaint, And rocks from side to side, as she would faint. It is indeed a lamentable sight To see Australia at the tender age Of fifty-five in such an awkard plight, With none who can, or will, her woes ...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 24 March 1849

ARRIVALS. March J.4., Maukin, brig, Capt. Hughes, from Auck fvlan'drv '?* ':'' '' ''' ''J 15. Susan, brig, Capt. Wood, from Auckland. -.? - ! 15. Christina, brig, Capt. Saunders, from., Port ,, Fairy. ; ; '.''.'.' 15. Emma, barque, Capt. Knight, from Auckland.' 16. Minerva, schooner, f.'ant. T*irWi-nsha\v. from ' Geelong the 9th instant. : ; ?.? ; 1G. Helen, schooner, Capt. Wilson, from Moretoa . Bay the 1 ]th instant. t 16. Star of China, schooner, Capt. Dowker, from Port Nicholson the 25th February, and Taranaki the ' 4th instant. 17. Tamar, steamer, Capt. Allon, from Moreton . Bay the 14th instant. 17. Proteus, barque, Capt. Elliott, from the Whal ing Grounds. - ,- ?..-?? ?-.?-?? 18. Secret, schooner, Capt. Hunter, from Moreton Bay the 14th instant. 18. Champion, schooner, Capt. Collas, from More ton Bay the 14th instant. DEPARTURES. March 15. Artemisia, barque, Capt. Ridley, for Lon don. 15. Inchinnan, barque, Capt. Pearce, for Auckland. 15. Johnstone, ship, Capt. Harrison, for ...

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