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Execution of George Waters Ward. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 31 March 1849

Execution of George Waters Ward. (From the Maitland Mercury, March 21.) On Monday morning George Waters Ward, convicted at the late Maitland Circuit Court of the murder of Richard Connolly, was exe— cuted inside the walls of Maitland gaol, in the presence of several hundred persons, including a great number of children, and some women. About five minutes past nine o'clock Ward was brought out from the gaol into the yard, accompanied by the Rev. Mr. Rusden (who had been with him since six o'clock that morning,) C. Prout, Esq., the Under Sheriff, E. D. Day, Esq., Dr. Wilton, Mr. Tristem, and others. The Rev. Mr. Rusden read prayers, in which Ward joined with apparent fervour. Having reached the scaffold, Mr. Rusden knelt down with the unfortunate man, and passed some minutes in prayer, Ward audibly joining in the responses. About twelve minutes past nine Ward mounted the scaffold, Mr. Rusden still accom— panying him, and the executioner following. On reaching the platform Ward called ...

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Atrocious Murder of a Female at Hunslet, near Leeds. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 31 March 1849

Atrocious Murder of a Female at Hunslet, near Leeds. The perpetrator of this cold-blooded deed, is a young man, or rather youth, named Thomas Malkin,for it seems he is but seventeen years of age. He is charged with the wilful murder of Esther Inman, his sweetheart, on Sunday night last, by cutting her throat. The culprit was not apprehended till the following evening, when he was discovered in an eating house in Vicar-lane, Leeds. On Tuesday he underwent an examination before the magis— trates, and was remanded to a future day pending the Coroner's inquisition, which was commenced on the same afternoon at the Court-house, Leeds, before the Deputy Coroner. The jury having taken a view of the body. at Hunslet, the following witnesses were examined - Mr. T. Inman, the step— father of the deceased Esther Inman, who re— sides in Varley's-yard, Hunslet, identified the body. She died about five minutes past 10 o'clock on Sunday night. He had fetched her into his house from his garden a few...

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Resumption of Transportation. PUBLIC MEETING IN BATHURST [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 31 March 1849

Ele»winpfito»' of.-TranBpo»tatl-Ji».,3 t,EUBLiG MEETING, IN-i-BATHU-RSTv.-ioj) QsiTlHosdnyviftsti.a public meeting^vas* holileii' a6 Mf 1 ^atHpU,\y|\ite1s;H,9tel,-.Jn;thi3 tow.n.'for-tihejp.urpflao of ^olisiijor/jigj/lSarl-.-'Grpy's .deBpatches,-, relative i toathe ?r!ene%yal :pf,, tran,spor.tntio,n.' n,; The.-, .roqueting wnavhold pursuant,, toiia-reoiiisition laddressed-. to vther; Police Mngistrato, requestinghim to conyenef.0, meeting, 'and ? which said meeting, wag by him conyeriod,.1, Acebrdjng, to announcemont, tho meeting should hav.e..tal;eri'plabe: at 1 o'clock, but, as ig. usually; tho.:;CasQi;inv3nthurst,- tho auditory; did not,. .assemblo/.untili nearly,, au hour after the appointed time:; «,,.,;.; t'^h'o S( n: JY.-Ytx-yifU^ Mr. Heatuosn atated that thoPolicojlIagistrate had;., attended at lrn'olockj but.wasl.pre.yen^d.^by business from waiting, ;and thatjho had .been?, dopiited. to an nounce tlio fact to.tho;meeting, ;in.;Order that? they might at once, elect : a ChaJr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 31 March 1849

? ! ? ®an2£ of Australia Siottery. -.';..'' ?,.1.i''-(-f pm^H E D.R A-WIiSrG takes ;place oh .the'; 9 tlx APRJIj,, - .. ,, , '_SL n-xt.. .Parties ;requiring^TICKETS;therefbre,l,., ;^ should Jose no time iu applying1 to the untlersighed, -.',,,!, ??.;..... ? .'.' ?;..;?;, ;;T;.vM.::sLQMAN,:.;;i.;;':,'; .:'?] ../..,-. .'...'.... VCpmitiisslpn.' Acreht.',..','. 'i-. '. ..,,'-; ?:SikTKIIH,SS,T.mAa3S2SiaISi :;'; &*-? » ?.ra*^7TE; the UndersJg-nedCommissioners, for thft'f ^ ^ -WW^ r regulation and management of the Markets* :^;- in the. Town of Bathurst, Colony; of New South Wales, ! ?; hereby giyeriotice, that the undermentioned placet have; - % 'keen appropriated .and' set' apart for' public use, and : iixedand establishedas Market- Phces in Hie saidTown. ,???'? of Bathurst;:and that from and- after. the expiration of' Ten Days, from the publication hereof , the same will be ?'??? ppen.:to, the public, ; ; : -. ;. ?..;.;;.', l; Dated this twenty- sixth day of March, 181:9: ; „ T...

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Police Office. SATURDAY. Before the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 31 March 1849

Police Office. SATURDAY.             Before the Police Magistrate.     Patrick Loftus, charged with having been drunk       on the previous day — pleaded guilty, and was fined     10s. or 24 hours to the cells. Thomas Burns was brought before the Bench on a similar charge, and was fined 10s., or 24 hours to the cells.                                         Walter Norbery was charged with being an idle and disorderly person, was reprimanded and discharged.   Edward Kilduff was discharged. The prisoner had been pointed out by a man named Paterson as ...

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CARCOAR POLICE OFFICE.—MARCH 26. Before S. North E[?] J.P. W. M. Rothery, [?] P[?] [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 31 March 1849

I OAne8A¥¥Jft56^^i4TB!2.3ftftoir^rroVA Bofopo^M«Wfll*|u*t*»^'i.^,';Wir M^JlpthsUj-i -Kki., ntE-iiMHttf. !rt The flujea^-B^MjijeE-^^BBjij^sfEHj,— FrAaijthojcrMence- : u; 5 tfor the proEecution it appeared that thedefofnd_ant_mana.gedLor.^.V ... c6ndueteSS^£5lie:St''Carcdar,1l-'eldhgmg to StrrJdsesh-iJImmonbr pf.tliis town,'fPn the!l9tjiof last DecpmberJthedefendauipH^W,' chased a load 6f cheese frpinj a person of the name of Stainmsrar The Jattoii^65fvecl£7 'or '£8;'in- cash,' '? and '£18 :in-prop'erty*'O3 ™'- ipaymont. Tho .transacUpn ^ad ; never- bean onteriedt ^ , tho books, nor haft tKe cheeso'ever been delivered to Mr.J Simmons. Jrhp;cheeso bad been forwarded to Sydney in chargo of acwrier named Murphy, who could not be found. This .was. Jhe giflt-Qf „ x. j the ovfflehbefas detailed by Mr.' M'lntosS'/ who1 conducted-. tH6 -'??' *. prosecution. tVr: %'?' rur :-?'? ''::: '.??.-?.'??.???? ' ;t '''?'-': 'i\vi :- ;'???;?: '.??'.'?' . -Mr. Bligh.: contended, that, as, the , defendants...

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To the Editor of THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. Bathurst, March 29th, 1849. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 31 March 1849

Tothe Editor p/Thb Bathukst Advocate. '.'.'.?'.' '''..'' Bathurst, March 20th,; 1S49. ' 8ib,— I read n. letter in last wo3k's Bathurst Advocate, signed .T. 'B. Rioharda, 'Concerning' tho unfortunate man Vaughoja, whereinho say3,.''Tho man never appllod for admit -.tasce into 'th'a Bathurat Hospital, consequently could never have been rofusecl.'' I do not wish to Impugn Mr. Richard's assortioni but thi3 mush lean say, that tho man Vaughan waa loft at, my door one dayj in a dcstltutostate, whoh I sont him to a lodging hqua?)1 and paid 10s., for his week's board ; that I got up a petition for him, to induce the humano to contrlbuto towDjrds'uofr'ayihg His 'osponsos to tho Bonbvbloht Asylum ; in .'tho mean tlrriptho^maawa3 attackbrl by paralyala, when-1 r-S , quost^d -of Dr. .Busby to-,830 him, which tha Dootor kindly did, .and jo know if ho was fit to prooood on tho.ioumoy to Sy;lnoy,;; but at the same tiino,, I asked' tha Dootor If, ha would roseiyp; ?him into thohosnita', when tho Do...

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Who is a Gentleman? [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 31 March 1849

Who is a Gentleman? Some persons imagine that fine clothes will make the Gentleman, and that all they have to do is to put the tailor's craft into requisition for the purpose of esta blishing their claims to that distinction. But Stultz himself, though most learned in the confection of a coat, cannot possibly manufac ture a Gentleman. The prize-fighter may amass a fortune and enter Parliament ; but neither his wealth nor his social position will make him a Gentleman, unless his mind and his manners contribute to the formation of society's paragon. In a- very clever work, entitled the ' Curi' osities of Heraldry,' we find the following passage : — ' The term Gentleman is, perhaps, one of the most indefinite in the English language. George IV. prided himself in being the finest gentleman in Europe ; every peer of the realm is a gentleman; every judge, member of par liament, magistrate, is a gentleman ; every clergyman, lawyer, and doctor, is a gentleman; every merchant and tradesman i...

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THE BATHURST ADVOCATE SATURDAY, MARCH 31, 1819. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 31 March 1849

The ]&iebrn.t-5(V.'' Despatch 'of Earl .' Grey,' announcing, tho roMumpcion of transportation to this C-.l-ny, con tinues to bo tho 'staple articlb of p'olitionl^speculatidti. Tcio jJtarrio Act of a bvsronu acre, hai'dlv ?nroduced a grcatdiv,ijftect on thu sturdy coloniste of North America, than h«3/tha Despatch/of tho present Colonial Minister on oafScattoreU populatip!). , The meetings which luivo been 'h'oji)^ tho''s'paeche3 which have been delivered, nnd'tli5/«-auly,petitions;\vhich bavu bean addressed to tiio Iiftpariiil-n legislature in regard to this subject, must cp^viaea. the.. Homo .Government that our colo nists afo'fairly rpu^iid; ' that .they, ario'men' who will iios tnmoly. submit to'be stamped with moral infamy and sbthd 'dognidatiori ;' and that, under 6ucb circum staueas/ic Would ''bo 'dangerous and impolitic to tamper with their 'privileges or. treat tham as slavos. B.whurss.ha3 not been behind tho rest of our towns in giving expression to tho ^sentiments o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 7 April 1849

TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Are Six Shilling's per Quarter, payable in advance, j Single numbers, Sixpence. j The Quarters end on the last Saturdays in March, |. June, September, and December, and on which dates only can resignations be received, Avhich must be accompanied by payment of all money's due. TE11MS FOR ADVERTISEMENTS. For the first inch, one insertion, Three Shillings. j 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, O1 Council Plains. Mr. RALPH C011EN, Carcoar. Mr. JOSEPH MATTHEWS, Wellington. Mr. JAMES MORLEY, Stationer, Sydney. Mr. TOLANO, Canowindra. Edited, Printed and Published by Benjamin Isaacs, \ C Sole Proprietor ,J at 'The .Jathurst Advocate' j Office, William-street, Bathurst, New South Wales...

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Police Office. MONDAY. Before the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 7 April 1849

S»olio© Offio3. Monday. Before the Police Magistrate. John Danger was charged with bjing drunk in tho public streets of Kelso, and was fined 10s., or 24 hours to tho cells. TCESDXT. Before the Police Magistrate. ; James Moore was chargod with 1 o'ng drank on the previous day. The defendant was fined 10s., or 24 hours to the cells. James Clare, was charged with he'n? illegally on tho promises of Thomas Moore. Mr. Alooro deposed that on his coming home yesterday evening, he fonnd the defendant in the room' with his wife. He had heard seve ral times that tho defendant had h»d communicarion with his wife, and hence he asked iho defendant what business he had thero. The dclendai t said Mrs. Moore belonged to him, and that he would not leave the pre mises. Afterwards he locked the door and walked off with Mrs. Moore, and kept her out until near ten o'clock. Tho complainant further deposed that' the defendant had frequently annoyed him, and that he feared he would annoy him in lutiiro. The...

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CROWN LANDS WITHIN THE SETTLED DISTRICTS. (From the Government Gazette, April 3.) [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 7 April 1849

u _ I,; CROWN LANDS WITHIN THE SETTLE!^ | DISTRICTS. '' ' . ''V^.r^l (Fromthe Governmetit Gazette, April S[)'j'l: 7 I Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 3farch'3l, 184^.—- ' [ His Excellency the Governor directs it to be1 notified,:' ' [\ for the information of all persons concerned, that. : leases of the' hereunder described portions of land will !' bo put up to auction, at 11 o'clock on Thursday, the )? 10th day of May next. ; , . At the Police Office, Bailmrst. — County of Bathurst. — 1 — 3. 640 acres each, near the Mac quaric. 4-. 640 acres, parish of Freemantle, on Lewis Ponds. 5. 880 acres, same place. 6. 1240 r acres, same place. 7. 960 acres, same place; 8. '.';. 680 acres, parish of Worcester, on Lewis Ponds; '9. ! 960 acres, same place. 10. 900 acres, same place. 11. 640 acres, parish of Byng. 12. 640 acres, same place. '..'.'.' ' At the Police Office, Carcoar.— l. 640 acres,. ; prrish of Shaw and Osborne, near Belubula River. 2, . , 3, 640 acres each, parish of Osborno,...

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IRELAND. THE STATE PRISONERS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 7 April 1849

saa 2i &. aar ». the state prisoners. Dubinin. — The Court of Queen's Bench was crowded at an early hour yesterday, in consequence of its having been very generally known that the prisoners convicted at the lute special commission in Clonmel for higli treason, would be brought up at the sitting of thuir Lordships, by virtue of writs of' habeas corpus issued a few days since, to assign error. Long before the usual hour for the court to sit, every available seat' whs occupied, both by the members of tho bar and casual spectators, amongst whom we observed n, great number of ladies. The hall and passages to the court were also thronged, but not perhaps to so great an extent as might have been expected under the circumstances. The Attorney-General, the Solicitor-General, Messrs. Baldwin, Q.C., Sm3rloy, and David Lynch, appeared ns counsel lor the crown ; and Messrs. Whiteside.Q.C, Butt, Q.C., F. Mnhcr, Sir Cohnnn O'Loughlen, lsnnc O'Callagluni, Holmes, and T. II. Barton, for the ...

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Original Correspondence. To the Editor of THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. Cornish Town, March 16, 1849. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 7 April 1849

tiDvtsmttl Ctrtc«5prjn'tf«n«, To the Editor of The Bathurst Advocate. Cornish Town, March 16, 1849. Sir, — Those extremely hard times are really enough to suggest to the inhabitants of the colony some means to prevent in future such calamities from dis-i tressing the colony as the present low state of the market does, when every kind of stock involves the - owner in difficulties, from which he cannot extricate himself unless there speedily tako a rise in the priceof wool, and wages become a little more moderate: :: ?.! !;?-??? Thero have been times when every, description ofv'f stock more than paid their expenses by a very hand- , some per ccnlngc ; if in these flourishing ?. times^the. 0 inhabitants of Bathurst, Wellington, MudgcV, CarcpaTf,'- , and the Lar.hlan districts, were to establish^' bank^in'1' BatJi^Mb ,B9Jaikifidofareservo fund against such de preciated time'B'a's the present, I think it would not only be'{lielTnea'n3'of preventing the necessary sacrifice of a large' qua...

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Empounded [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 7 April 1849

Smpounded, At Mudoee, on tho 16th day of March, from the estate of George Cox, Esq., of Burrinulalla : — Bay filly, black points, small white star on forehead, brand illegible on near shoulder, rising two years old ; damages 2s. If not. released ou or before the 13th of April, they will be sold. . At HAitTLEY, on tho 16th March, from George Shoemack's :— Very dark brown filly, small star on forehead, WD on tho near shoulder, RA on the off shoulder, about 16. months old; damages 10s. The property of William Dimpsey, wheelwright, whose ad dress is not', known. .: At O'Conneli/PeaijTb, on the 14th March, ' 1849, from Edward Maun d us :— Black cow, EM with 2 under near rump, black bull calf by her side. If not released they will be sold on the 9th April.

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English News. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 7 April 1849

KngiisSi itfeiTB. By the Stcdjast, we have received a few English papers. The New President of the United States. — The election for the President of the United States took place on the. 7th instant. The Europa, which brings' the result, as far as it could he ascertained, left New York' on the 8th, eighteen hours after the closing of tho-polkr. : By means of the electric telegraph it was known that General Taylor 4ki'r46is^{%HV%}lMky{ against General Cas's 2o;iin'tKel State&;nearest!'£oW^e York. As 146 votes would ; place 'the fohtier-'iri'^an'' absolute majority, there was no doubt of'a'triuirfplr beyond even the anticipation of his irieiids: : 'Tt is' true that his interest lay chiefly in the mercantile and manu facturing parts of the Union; so that the returns from' the States not yet reported will reduce General Cas's minority to a less insignificant figure.-. When the Europa left, however, it was deemed impossible that those states could turn the scale. — Times, Nov. 21...

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Settlers' Wholesale Price Current. SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 7 April 1849

Settlers' Wholesale Price Current. SYDNEY. Wheat is in demand at from 4s. to 4s. 3d. per bushel. Flour is quoted at £10 10s. per ton for fine. Se conds, £9. Maize, 3s. 6d. to 3s. 9d. per bushel. Barley, of good samples, 3s. to 3s. 6d. per bushel. Hay is in demahd for shipping. Butter is rather scarce, and realising good prices. Cheese from 3d. to 4d. per 1b. Bacon and Hams.— In demand, and scarce. Eggs are fetching from 7d. to 8d. per dozen. Fat Pigs average about 2d. per lb. by the carcass. Fat Calves. — Nominal. Fat Suisf.p are plentiful. ' Fat Bullocks realise, from 35s. to 45s. per head. Tallow. — In demand, and many purchasers in the market for shipment. Hides. — Prices low. Tobacco.— Scarce, and in demand.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 7 April 1849

TO ADVERTISERS. J^^° 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. ? o ? All communications for this Journal must be accom panied with the name of the writer, or they will not be inserted. ~~ IMPORTANT. S. MElfER 'TgTll E G S to notify, that he has commenced jfgj^ . weighing out TEA of the Best Brands at ?One Shilling per Pound. Also, a Fine Sample of ?COUNTER SUGAR, warranted free from grit and ^sand, at Two-pence Half-penny by the Pound. ? ;, „ . AUSTRALIAN STORE. ., .Carcoar, March 17, 1819. yigpHE PUBLIC ARE RESPECTFULLY ??'m. informed, that JPoti $)rtnttng OF ALL KINDS, AND BOOK W0B.K WILL BE EXECUTED At THE 'ADVOCATE' Office, With Neatness, Accuracy, and Despatch. ? o ? FBB^HE following, and a variety of other articles of J§f_ STATIONERY arc always on hand at THE 'ADVOCATE' OFFICE:-— PAPER. Pst, Foolscap, Demy, and Imperia...

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THE BATHURST ADVOCATE SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 1849. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 7 April 1849

?',',* SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 1849. ' ? At the present time, when the Home Govern ment seems desirous of transforming New South Wales into a penal colony, it may not be uninteresting or uninstructive to take a hasty glance at the political and commercial importance of our adopted country. We shall then be able to estimate the soundness of any policy which might, by untoward and infeli citous acts, estrange the feelings of our colo nists, and shake their natural and customary loyalty. Great Britain has a deep interest in the pre servation of Australia as a dependency of her empire. That interest is founded on the pre sent commercial and future political impor tance of this quarter of the world. That we are the nucleus of a mighty people, and that our country i3 destined to be the seat of a free, a powerful, and an independent govern ment there can be no doubt. That day, however, may, or may not be, far distant, and therefore it behoves Great Britain to cherish our loyalty instead of estr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 7 April 1849

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

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