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Assize Intelligence. ASSAULT AND ATTEMPT AT RAPE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 7 September 1850

2Lsaize Intelligence. 'ASSAULT AND ATTEMPT AT RAPE. Lachlan Byrne, free by servitude, better known as Mallingar, was indicted for an attempt at rape accompanied with personal violence upon ; Catherine Lawler on May 1st., at Kelso. ' , The priso'ier pleaded not guilty and was undefended. : ....... It appeared from the evidence of Ca therine Lawler that she was a resident of Sydney, and had come to Bathurst in search of her husband. Hearing that he was work ing at Mr. Suitor's, she started for Bruce dale on the 1st. of May, and on her return to Kelso about half past six o'clock the same evening,, she met a team a short distance from the settlement, and a little further on, the prisoner who accosted her by saying th vt he was a 'slashing fine lump of a young Irishman, and his name wasMulliu gar. He then seized her end pushed her against a fence, where he bit her on the cheek and afterwards struck her, b-cause she resisted his attempts upon her person, j He furthermoi e threatened to ta...

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Government Gazette. CROWN LANDS WITHIN THE SETTLED DISTRICTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 7 September 1850

Government Gazette. ' : ; CROWN I^ANDS WITHIN THE SET TLED DISTRICTS. (Leases by Auction.) His Excellency, the Governor directs it to be notified, for the information of all parties concerned, that Leases of the hereunder de scribed portions of land which have been applied for under the :28th section of the Regulations of the 29th March, 1848. will be put up to auction at : 1 1 o'clock of. Wed nesday, the 18th day of September next, at the places respectively mentioned, and upon the conditions set forth in the Regulations in question. 2. Further information respecting the Innda can be obtained from the' Surveyor General, and respecting the conditions from the Colonial Treasurer, Sydney, and at the Police Offices of the districts. 3. The upBet price of each lot is 5s. per section of 640 acres, for the half year com mencing the 1st July last. 4. The fall price paid for each lot must be paid down. at the time of sale, in failure of which, or if not bid for, the lands will become open t...

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Court of Requests. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 7 September 1850

Court, of SfcequeatB. Thk husirirsfp of the Court of Requests was disposed of, on Mondav last, by C. IT. Green, J. S Rodd; J. 3. Richards, rind '(V J, Hawkins. Ksquires. There were 48 cases for (l^cisii-n, from which we select the folly wing fur publication : — STACK V, LA.11V. Plaintiff, by his attorney; Mr. Seijennt, informed the Court thnt ihii- net ion was brought for Use recovery of £10, the imlancp due to. plaintiff for six bullocks, a dray, har ness, .and plough, sold -by him to the defen dant, in the following manner : ???- On the 22 nd ;Marcb last the plaintiff) agreed to sell the defendant the .properly mentioned, for £15. and to take 90 sheep; at 3*. 4d. per head, in payment thereof, oil condition irnt the «-heep proved sound and. clean ; and, in order to test the condition of the sheep, the plaintiff was allowed to: drive them home, and to keep them 14 days on trial. If, at the end of 14 days, the sheep proved to be unsound, defendant was. to take them back, or such of t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 7 September 1850

* hoiin before the liglif'of 'civilisation broUo u.iOii t.'ie gloom of tho wilderness, stone' buailv of tbs must ?sxquisie workmanship au'd colouring, together with nt*iaed nu'.lls' of -the-porcupino, -wera-used ornara-'atally. f Prlsnnws of war were sometimes preserved from du itli, but retaiued us slaves.

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Original Poetry. SCENES IN THE ANCIENT TERRA INCOGNITA, SINCE CONVERTED INTO THE PROVINCE OF NEW BRUNSWICK BRITISH AMERICA. OR SKETCHES OF INDIAN LIFE. BY WILLIAM M. LEGGETT, M. A CANTO 11TH. Edooma discovers, her long lost Brother, whom she supposes to be dead. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 7 September 1850

Orig-iuaX cFbefcry. . 'PFOB.^IJE ?! BAfHOhST jiFBfeE pPEE^Si] . ??????;-? 's-eB'N'BS ,! ?? ??? ?'. . ? IN THE AVOIENT'tE&Ri hfCOtiSn'TA,' .&NJOE Ct)!fVERTET)'iNTO 'THE V.w/l.VUB 0? '.fJBW iBtttfNSW-IfltCj-'nlU*l!*li''AM'K'l«IOA'. '?'? ; Ob SKBT'CirES'6P ;3N$jArs£LliiB. ' , BY \VIL^TAM.M..'£iB'aWG^TT, ,'M.rrA. .,, , :. CANTO -lltir. ? ....' , , £doona discovers , her long Jost Brother,itohmnrihe\suppoiet to be dead. Oota and old Pec^blaVqiie From dienimy 'imd'iUsturVd'-rbpcfe'o' TTq great Ifcotvureaigcii and prefor ?''Euqtuirfes'at bld'JTaa^TO'3door . ! .? Concerninz tho wredk'd virtiiser. The horoino they thus uafclyinoUght ? . -Had. heard-of. them,. and also caught ?? ??? The spirit of their, anxious thought. Much p.il(?noss man'tlih] still lier cheek .. Whan. tum'U.the^utTerwto speak . Arid oft her faulteriun; lips wore dumb ' ?A A in^mGry grew m'oru vu:itiiresoin6. .- ' fs thy niuno Ootii ?': rj ucstioned'shu ' 'ViLh tearful sensibility — . ' ' ?' ' J1 Art thou.aA...

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ENIGMA.— No. III. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 7 September 1850

BwiaxrA.— No. m. O'bb mountain and desert, town, country, and lake, Z My course, with tho speed of an arrow, T take ; Ksteem'd',by tho:Qneon as'apefPbnaVfrlend To her ujv'uhrivallo'd attraction's lion d ; : l.seem in'hercpurt like an emblem of grace, ,;, 'Anil hold, e'erithan crowii'd heads, a loftier plaoB ; Tho hearsu I prce«do of the wealthy and bravo, ??And.Tnutely attend 'till it roiic.hes-tho arnye. ;? ?-yh:eh*biicU 'with' tiie' bier 1 'return 'whence' I catno, i Till sutinnon*'l oucpinOrp on an errand tbe same ; I've r.pbes pure'a's suow, and as colourless too, ' vWilh thousati'cls- of others dfevfry hue; The carrier pigeon beneath her fiii 'Ring, Has borno me for rnauy a mil« with n string ; , And. V.wect smiling b vbes on their pillovr t of down Press mo, wlv»n their spirits to Morp'icus h ive tlo-wn ; I'm worn bv the ' rel coat,' iho InJian, tmi telle, And sonip in the shipo of a fin like nu» well , I'm ufw 13 s couceal'rt in FOni''p ipiv of your lii'J, And whi n you're '-...

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Impounded. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 7 September 1850

: iAt Baihursti:on the 24th August, 1850 :— ,:?--:?:;,.? ::,.?;.'?- IX,- - , . , ... ' \: :. , / : ,One red bullock, IX off rump and thigh, 4 years old. '. /'...? , .?'.' . ' r'-'-1'' ? ; . - One red arid white stebr, like IM or H off thigh, top off off ear, 2 years old. - ; One brown and white bull, if branded not visible, top'off off ear, 2 years old. One red and white heifer, if branded not visible, top off off ear, 2 years old. One dark bay filly, WC off shoulder, short switch tail, 3 years old, 13 hands high, damages, 6d. por head. ?.. ' . If not released, they will be sold on Wednesday, the 18th of September, 1850. 103. 9d. R. YEO, Poundkeepnr

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Country News. MOLONG. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 7 September 1850

Country Vtexoa. [from our own correspondents.;] : molc-N(g: - Capture op thr Nofo.inpris. Bushranger Gollagher.— The. people of Bathurst will be happy to learnthat Peter Gollagher, the noted bushranger, is at length captured, and is, now lying' in the Molong watch house, in company with four young men who recently robbed Mr. Finch's afore. He was taken at Mr. Lord's Stringy , Bark Sriition, by the Chief Constable, of Molong and constable Duvies. on Tuesday last. His mate, Carrol, unfortunately escaped, during the snuffle winch occurred in securing Gollagher, but it is not probable that he will continue long at large, as tbp police are now on his track, in hot pursuit. The watches and other property taken from Mr. Lane, on the Bathurst lload, were found, in hie possession, as also several orders which were advertised in the Free Press, and drawn by S;,muel North, Esq. P.M., and his son. Mr. E. '.I. C. North. There were? likewise, several arti cles taken from him which are supposed to...

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Settlers Price Current. BATHURST. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 7 September 1850

Settlers' Price Current. BATHURST         Wheat, 2s. 4d. to 2s. 6d. Flour, Mill Prices — Fine, £10 per ton Ditto, Seconds, £9 Bran, 2s. 6d. per cwt. Hay, from £1 10s. to £2 per ton Corn, from 3s 6d to 4s per bushel Butter, fresh, 1s 4d to 1s 6d per lb. Ditto, salt, lOd to 1s per lb   Cheese, 3d. to 3 1/2d. per pound, wholesale Bacon, 3d to 3 1/2d per lb., wholesale Eggs, 9d. per dozen      

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 7 September 1850

We do not identify ourselves with the opin- ions of our correspondents.      

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 7 September 1850

PREVENTION OF FR AID). THE Undersigned has the sincerest plea sure in being able to apprise the public iof ; New South Wales; that the Right j Honorable -Earl Grey, her Majesty's Secre tary of State for the Colonies; has been pleased, at the instance of 'Professor Hollo way, to instruct the Local ? Government of this colony to take measures for protecting the inhabitants of the territory against 'the counterfeiting of Holloway's M'edjciries ; that,- in conformity with' such instructions, his Excellency the Governor has caused the BRITISH STAMPS BILL. to be introduced into the Legislative Coun cil ; and that the Representatives of the People, by passing the measure without a single dissentient voice, have adopted the views of the Imperial Government. Under the provisions, of this^ law- it, will n future be. : & FELONY to counterfeit the Stamps affixed to the va luable medicaments prepared' by. Professor Hplloway ; but, in order to make ' assurance doubly sure,' Mr. Holloway h...

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NEW VESSELS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 7 September 1850

NEW VESSELS. . ?i~ ''????'; CFrom the Daily News.) - A singular spectacle was presented to the: eye of the public in this city1 last week. Three large* steamers were launched at once from a single dockyard. One of them more than three thousand tone burden,' be- ; longs to the New ? York and 'Liverpool line, ' another of somewhat less dimensions is in tended for the coast trade,- -and a- third is designed forthe Bay' of San Francisco and the Sacramento River. -The latter left the ways fully equipped for sea, her engine was on board, her steam was up. and as soon as she was fairly afloat she paddled off at a very high velocity, recognising her ' native element,' as some have it, with the ap parent instinct of a seagull. Not the smallest derangement of the machinery was observed, and she was even then ready for her de parture. She sails in a few days for the Pacific. I believe this is the first attempt of the kind ever made, and it was perfectly successful. Gur ship yards, like those o...

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EXCLUSION OF EVIDENCE. (London Examiner.) [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 7 September 1850

EXCLUSION OF EVIDENCE. C/iOnfion Exapfinfr.'J Wb recently commented upon a case of ex-r elusion of evidence. Another has occurred) hardly leas remarkable in its way. . . A boy of fourteen years was put in the witness box at - Guildhall, in evidence of a savage assault on a police officer* The report states, ? -' |Ie looked I qujte astonished upon taking hold of the book. ' Alderman Hurophrey-rnWell, do. you know what you are about? Do yqu know what an oath is, ? 'Boy— No, 'Alderman Humphrey — Do yon know what a Testament is ? 'Boy— -No. ' Alderman Hurapfarey— Can you read ? ??Boy — No. Alderman Humphrey — Do you ever say your prayers? f Boyr^No; never. ' Alderman Humpbrey-rrrDo you know what prayers are ? . 'Boy-T-No. ' Alderman Humphrey-— Do you know what God is ? 'Boy— No. ' .*' Alderman Humphrey— Do you know what the Devil is ? ' No, I've heard of the D.evil, but I don't know him. '? Alderman Humphrey — What do you know my poor fellow ? -'?'? Boy: — I knows bow to sweep the CrOSS...

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THE BATHURST FREE PRESS. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1850 "MAGNA EST VERITAS ET PREVALEBIT." REVIVAL OF TRANSPORTATION. To be or not to be? That is the question. HAMLET. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 7 September 1850

Tlffi^ SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER. 7) 'i&Sb. ftl^iVAL . 5i? TTlA^py^T^^N. ?Tobo-ornottobB? fThati9 tboiqfaeBtidn.. ! ; The country is, at length /challenged. tt»igiye| its verdict upon this all important! question,, and say whether it is 'to be' or '?«? not to .be,' as if the people had not iagai'.i and againj thundered forth its veto;against it--as if ithe; most microscopic-sighted creature on this | side '/of idiocy could by,; any .possibility ; mistake the sentiments of the people. Very , well, leUittbe.giv.eo-, in a manner becoming; » free and Christian people. Let thems&y . vvliei her they can for a moment hesitate: liefvveeuTa; peaceful, ahappy, a virtuous, a: Christian state of 'society, which has for: 'yeaVs! pasty bee-h ..gradually improving, and: that state -, which must . be -:inchiced-by the; 'Introduction '?oi ? ihrel*gto»i- vied and 'crime ; iti a thousand shapes -whether the resilhip- 1 'titiii of't^anspartatibrris'woTlhy 'W'Be'con-j si :e!«d as an abstract q...

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ANOTHER DOCTRINE OF INSANITY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 7 September 1850

ANOTHER DOCTRINE OP INSANITY.. Mb. Wakley has, contributed his mite of confusion to this most coafused subject.. A. A drunken fellow died suddenly in Isling; ton, and his wife, complained at the inquest that she had tried. unsuccessfully to get him into the lunatic ward at the workhouse — the; surgeon would not certify his insanity.. ' Mr. Wakley seeing that gentleman; ini the court asked him why he did not give a certificate of the unsoundness of the raai^'k mind?— Mr. Pearce replied that he Bad! never noticed a deficiency of intellect,, al though he saw him almost daily daring: his: illness. Mr. Wakley : His wife has sworn that lie was a drunkard, and I hold that all such characters are mad,, and ought to be placed! iu' confinement. No one possessed of a ra tional mind will get intoxicated. Mi. Pearce - If I were called om to certify in such cases there would be a clearance-. o€ half the neighbourhood. Mr. Wakley : The evil is great, vndl sorely to be lamented. However, 1 have no-...

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DR. LANG. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 7 September 1850

DR. LANG. Ip notoriety be the rii'in'g passion of the Rev. Dr'hivng. he hus vevery reason to. be SHlrsiied with the 'pnimirieucy his ua^ie hat taken since his ifeturu to New South 'Wales. Our humble opinion is. that f^r too' much of the public time 'ha's been Wfs'sted both. in Council and out of it, ill discuasirig the merits and demerits of this gentleman's public career. Tlie acts 'and opinions of one tiian, no nl'atter what his position, can not surely !be of svuch consequence to a wlvbfe cbuh iry , that' they 'should become the ail -absorbing subject of agitation, contem- plation/ahdeven 0/ Jegisllitibo. Newr Sotith Wales appears 'latterly to have become Latig mad, aiiii there are, haeh at ttfe present tirrie, whdse enthusiasm in 'his favour would induce 'them almost 'to shi«re their purses with ' him, 'or^fepiil their blood for tbi i iUdl 'of jth'eir j^Olatryl jBttid tUefe i.art' alfeo 'Very 'Wauy^iwboselhb8ti^ lity to jhi8 coivddct 'anS I principles, has de 'getfer'ated ' iiil...

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TRAITOR-GOVERNORS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 7 September 1850

TRAITOR-GOVERNORS. fFroiriehe--Aj!atts.)J Although some' .days' \haye } how' 'elapsed 'fiiioe we were first' startled .by the revein ? tioh of the' - rfrasfin ofUSlr -GhaHes iFifz lti-y, we still ie.t] burael'Ves 'eckrcelv ia'')l!e' to refer to the .isupject ;\- if h ' Aii'y t hi iig- JTkV- jirojper control of our teinperr: tlespectful de,!er «ntee.'to 6ur pastors^and ^Vta^ters?-bei'ng-,plnrt o'f^thVdaty^f^gdqd-^ 8incere!«t grief ''th^t '^; fc^ ^he!a^6r''aho ther of thifi*'e-'gentlemeh!'pWlmed//6ff'uppri'us by their frien-ls at home, turning out so wrerchfdiy had bargain8.a*'tKe'yJd6.: Of course our;|Mrtgtf«ge ; towards so au gust a personage -as the, -Governor of New rfout h Wnles-— a . man of high family pr-- teussons, connect'tidiwithithe li)uke;of' Rich mood, and whose father -lib 'dBUbt ~«artte over with the Cbn'qu'eror-: 'of «sttc'hva' man H8 this we are f»f db'iiVse ' libtirfd1 l-o'lsjieak'!ia humble terms, and with bated hreafh. 'Si milar conduct in a baker or V'grrjfeer 'wo...

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Sydney and Country News. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 7 September 1850

Sydney and Country News. -Gro*W!N 'iMifpS. fOocvPATipN'^t-^SevefHl! ca8es.of proaecution havii^ been, . in^titatedj for 'illegally occupying;! lii't/d for rem^ny/J wood' frdin 'waste 'i-Vndvi^f ' .Wife . croWii; -:'A;ri'Ul the'rt! ?beiti^lrea^m to bei'iyvej.lh iitiii-' jif'.fv;i-! siona of-ithe aet-u'iider 'WnicU - he*jstp''T'ceeVl ? ings- have' been Jia:l,. are bu| iy»-per/*eat,l:y:i»f at. all .kdbVn iambn^''' |uer,sons , uf .the't'lHsSiofj flt'ose ^agaiVlat -:whorji Hh'e-.'^jVVde'ejfiihjfs '.iii! question ha'*?e (been ' t'a'-er»,; k riiiyXie'1 iisePul! to publish for their infoima; joh. an itbutraci | bf fh'e 2^dWPifetorra^No/i27. ^p^ecl by the' Council on ,tli«,22ri-i -Urch, ;l&39. ; Clause 1 . I-npuses penuliiea for, -uh'ak*i; Horiied occu-1 .pu'ioit within th'fliuVit* of id'ja'i'urasiollowfi:1 for^fii-ftt offeiice, imv. sum iiotexceedin,^ £20;- for the secoaJ r,£:i0 ; -for \hn third -«nd a*iy' subaequeVit oiff-;fii!tJ^,fe;iO.: vyuh it provisothrtt! noiM»fv)'rViifitin'n'...

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THE REJECTED ESSAYS ON CATARRH. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 7 September 1850

THE REJECTED ESSAYS ON CATARRH, -; f From the Ess iy by Mr. Robert- Damson.) ?In former days in this colony, when sheep ?were kept in small flocks, with- more fre quent changes of runs, and their folding [ground varied every night, and where we 'hnd unlimited back runs tor change, and toi feed them upon, we never heard of catarrh; and I am stiongly' impressed with the belief . that, if that system could, always have been adhered to, we never should have had it in its present fornij or suffered from, it as at present. . ? ? . i-; ....... Our feeding grounds, in many places, are; now occupied almost.; to their limits by swarming numbers of sheep, trampling over the ground eternally, and devouring the herbage, especially in dry, seasons, like locusts or caterpillars. .Many sheep owners have not now suffi -lent ground to change, properly their too numerous flacks, in case severe drought or disease overtake them. This state of things, and the results with regard to their wool, should sug...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 7 September 1850

TO ADVERTISERS. The cost of Advertisements must be paid previous to their iii sertibn. Advertisements 'Will be received until six o'clock in the evening of Friday, but cannot be withdrawn after Twelve o'clock on Tuesday. A liberal allowance^ will be made to parties desirous of advertising for three or six months. No communications will be pub lished in this Journal, unless ac companied by the name of the Correspondent. 3ATHUEST FBEE PRESS GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE. POSTERS, Hand Bills, Circulars, Cards, Bill Heads, Labels, Law and Mercantile Forms, ' AS ALSO, EVERY DESCRIPTION OF J OB PRINTING Executed with neatness, accuracy and despacth and on Reasonable Terms. To be Sold at tnis Office, FORMS OF npENDERS for a Lease of^a New Run of Crown X Land3. APPLICATIONS for a Lease of Waste Lands of the Crown, beyond the- Settled districts of the Colony of New South Wales. TENDERS' for a Lease of a Vacated or. Forfeited Run of Lands, Intermediate or Unsettled Districts. ? Doo! Foems, 8ec, &am...

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