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ANTI-TRANSPORTATION MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 14 September 1850

ANTI-TRANSPORTATION MEETING. The agitation of the question of Transporta tion to thi3 colony has created a feverish excitement in pur District. Never ia our colonial experience have we witnessed such manifestations of political feeling 'either in public or private, as have been elicited by the discussion of this vexed subject. The excitement has not been exclusively con fined to the town of Bathurst. The home steads in the bush— from the shepherd's hut to the stock-holder's mansion — have re echoed to the upraised voices of disputants urging with considerable vehemence the the pros and cons on the subject of Trans portation. Many people arrived in town on Thursday evening to witness the issue of the forthcoming trial. Yesteiday, at One o'clock, the time ap pointed by advertisement, the people began to assemble in Mrs. Black's large room. In a quarter of an hour after the com mencement of the proceedings the room was filled, when we should suppose that there could not be less than 30...

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NEWSPAPER POSTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 14 September 1850

NEWSPAPER POSTAGE. Ma, Wkntworth has added another to the many claims he has lately established upon the indignation and contempt of the people, in the part he took during the recent dis cussion upon the Newspaper Postuge Bill. Ue appears to have resolved to do all the mischief he can, in the few short years which will be allotted to Him to live. The people,, he: says, must pay for their reading. It would be an. unfortunate 'CircuragUnce if the rate at which payment had to he fixed, were left to the patriot of pust yeart*. Mr. Wentworth is at daggers drawn with the people : and because they detest hia abo minable principles, and have outlived the age of Australian. barbarism, when hits ijise dixit was mobi-law-^ because they have be gun to think for -themselves, and having discovered that instead of being their friend, he would lead .them to destruction, they have cast him and his patriotism to the winds, he would very willingly debar them of their enjoyments, and vrould,no doubt, g...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 14 September 1850

DIED,                     At the Parsonage, Kelso, on Thursday, the 12th instant, Rebecca Ann, the beloved wife of the Rev. W. Lisle, aged 36 years.    

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 14 September 1850

TO THOMAS ICELY, ESQ may be that the, Middle Distric M.C., J.B. DARVALL, ESQ., will cease to be the chief seat'o M. C, AND W. H. S'UTTOR, Government, and that in any fed F^O Mr' e constitution we shall not oc ^*- cupy that position to which we ar Government House, now entitled. The ImperialTa! Sydney, 29 August, 1850. liainent, in' considering how the; GENTLEMENV--I request you may relieve the people of; Grrea to convey to the Magistrates, Britain from the pressure of star Settlers, and other' inhabitants 6 vation1 and criirie, will ^ not conside: the Bathurst and Wellington dis themselves in any way restrained tricts who have signed the Ad- from overwhelming us indirectly dress which you have done me with all the disadvantages of trans the honor to present to nie, my portation, and we shall be lef sincere thanks for the expression without the means of increasing of their confidence hi my adminis- our free popidation, and with the tration of this Government. additional charge of coe...

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miscellaneous Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 14 September 1850

miscellaneous Extracts. Greece. — ''Athenian papers of the 9th instant allege that Karon Gros and Mr. Wyse have come to a stand-still in their negociations, with no hope of renewing progress. They say that Baron Gros looks on the Bums demanded of the Gretk go vernment as indemnity to tue Ionian?, ana the indemnity for the affair of our own ship the Fttnt6me. in the light of penalties which ought not to be demanded of an indepen dent government. At first Mr. Wyse would not in the least modify his claims : but at an interview on the 3rd instant he yielded somewhat, and Baron Gros then proposed that all the claims should be massed together and presented under the collective bead of indemnities to British and Ionian subjects. On the 6th, Mr. Wyse seemed favourable to entertaining this pro* position, but on the 9th it was Baid that an v understanding had become hopeless.— Spectator,. Demerara. — Serious Loss op Lifb.— A dreadful accident, accompanied by seri ous loss of life, occurred in...

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ARRIVAL OF THE ASIA AT HALIFAX! [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 14 September 1850

A REU VAL O F TH E ASIA AT HALIFAX ! By Telegraph from Halifax to Portland, th elide by Winslow's Express to Boston, and thence by Bain*B Merchants' Tele graph to New York Halifax Telegraph Office, . Monday, May 27 — 6 a.m. The steamship Asia, Captain Judkin, ar rived at 5-34 this morning. The Cambria had not arrived at Liverpool. - The Atlantic was to sail on the 29th, and the Niceroy on the 1st June. ? The Asia left the harbour soon after 7 a,m. Wind S.W. with fog. ; , ? ENGLAND. TROUBI/E IN THE WIliD. Matters here in relation to our foreign policy are every day assuming a more Beri ous aspect. The Greek affair is settled, but not in, a way that is likely to lead to peace. 'The French and Russian govern ments appear to be greatly dissatisfied at the turn which affairs have taken, and the Ministers from both Powers have left Eng land precipitately. This . has given rise to a variety of speculations, but us far as the fccts can be made, out they appear to be these: Pending M. Gros's...

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HOW TO EDUCATE FOR A COLONIST. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 14 September 1850

how to, educate for a; v colonist! : ' .' \ {From the Domestic Economist.) ? Of late years, emigration has become almost as much a source for the sons of the middle classes as the learned professions, the army or the navy ; but fathers too often learnt by expensive experience, that the mere act of dispatching a youth to a. popular, colony, supplied wun a magnmcent outnt, an ar moury of guns, and heavy cash credit on ai colonial bank, is not sufficient to ensure him from having hjs sou. returned on his hands beggared and usele.ss.^The.establ^hed road to the learned prpfe|si6nsr is through the universities ; the time :is past since the fool of the family waar thrust, in^to. the church ; lucky hiti no, longer- majce great' lawyers of idle men ; tha greatest, tale ntsr are compelled to hard work or dry reading ; the Augean labour of the hospital is the indispensable task of modern physicians. a.s well as surgeons ; and even aspira.nts for the army— so long the refuge of moneyed or well ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 14 September 1850

TO Ai)¥ERTISElRBi OTITH^S _,, ,.- J,. i -. ?.-::' !.;:??? .??. ?.: : ?? : Saddle and Harness Manufactory, Ine cost ot Advertisements1 - ^ ^^ ^ to DlUSt be paid previous tO their HI- ('N^Tdbflr to the Queen?s Armsi, and, exactly sertibn; Advertisements' will be ?_?. opposite ifcHaytwfat,):^ ? j/ received until six o'clock in the THOMAS SMITES evening, of Friday, but cannot be p**returning^s; sincere acknqwie^mewto hfe witlldrawn after Twelve O'clock A1 nu,meroas ^r»enas. arid' customers for* tne'veijr rv j * vi r n -liberal support with whiohrtHe^ have : hitheKto Oil Tuesday. A Jlberai allowance favored him-, begs. to. inform them 'that. he has made' will. be made to parties. desirous of ^S^^/ifT^u,^ ^P^rne^in his , ..'. (, ,-f~ . , premises, arid tait— although , he, has not been to advertising tor three Or SIX months. tJi#Mm4pdUs^-K.v has, in addition' tbhis? former .. . ~- Stdclc, laid; ini an entirely ner and- extensive __ . . ;--?_ ? assortment' of the very: best; materials! for...

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THE BATHURST TREE PRESS. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1850. "MAGNA EST VERITAS ET PERVALEDIT." POLICE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 14 September 1850

TflK EATHURST TREK PRESS. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1850. 'MAGNA EST TEJUTA8 ET PEiEVAtKBIT.' POLICE REPORT. ' Thk Legislative Council has adopted the Police Report of the Select Committee without any alteration cr amendment-, and considering the great importance of the sub ject, have decided with very indecent haste. As the report was a lengthy one, and em braced a variety of subjects, reasonable time ought to have been allowed to digest its contents, and give them that degree of consideration which their importance de manded. This was due, not only to the house itself, but to the country and the press. But in this particular our Legislature dis plays a remarkable perversity. The time allotted for the consideration of a question is often in the inverse ratio of its admitted consequence. It is so in this case. Before the colonists could well glance over the re sult of the Committee's, labours, much less weigh and measure its'.. various provisions and recommendations,; the. report is ....

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THE KADAGANAWA PASS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 14 September 1850

THE KADAGANAWA PASS; A series of views of the most magnificent end varied character open forth as -the mountain is ascended ; on either Bide of whfch appear ? cultivated lands, bounded, by dense forests, and rocks, whilst the clear ness of the atmosphere enables the traveller to see the undulating lowlands stretching far into the distance. : As the steep sides of the mountains, are climbed, ravines and fissures are wound round, and often a per pendicular mountain rears its lofty crest on one side, and descends in the same manner on the opposite. Sometimes a brawling ?waterfall appears over the traveller's head, as if threatening^ instant annihilation by hurling him into the deep abyss below; then the road will become so narrow that there appears to be scarcely room sufficient for the vehicle to stand on, and the strong est nerves may be shaken, as the eye glances below at the steep precipice, down -which some crumbling earth is rolling, loosened by the coach-wheeis. To this cir -cur...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 14 September 1850

TKe following Petition; in favor of : the resumption of Transporta tion, lies at Mr. Rotton's,; ' Queen Victoria Hotel,' for signature. TO THE HONORABLE 1*HE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL OF NEW SOUTH WALES, IN COUNCIL ASSEMBLED. The Petition of the Under signed, Inhabitants of the District of Bathurst, Sheweth :— - - That the prosperity of the Colony depends upon the impor tation of Labour adequate to its increasing demand; and that if; a well regulated supply of Labour' cannot be obtained; all classes of the community ihust suffer, and pastoral pursuits be rendered ruinous. That your Petitioners have ever been opposed to the introduction, directly or indirectlv. of convict. labour into the colony, so long as a supply of labour could be ob tained by free emigration. That your Petitioners view with alarm the disadvantages and diffi culties with which this Colony will; have to contend when separated from Port Phillip and Moreton Bay (two branches from which the Land Fund is mainly derived), ch...

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SUBURBAN LOTS. UPSET PRICE £2 10s. PER ACRE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 14 September 1850

SUBURBAN LOTS. . (At the Police Office Bathurst.) Upset Price t'2 10s. per acre. 1. Geojgiana, 10 acres, parish unnamed, at the Village Reserve, Pepper's Creek, Dunn's Plains. Cambell's River, allot ment No. 1. 2. Greorgirna, 10 acres, parish unnamed, at the Village Reserve. Pepper's Creek Dunn's Plains, Cambell's River, allot ment No: 2. (At the Police Office Carcoar.) , SUBURBAN LOTS. Upset Price £2 10s. 1. Geoxgiana, Ten acres, parish unnamed, at Bombah Reserve, Abercombie River, near its confluence with Bur*ngylong Creek, allotment No. 1. 2. Georgiana, Ten acres, parish unnamed, at Bombah Reserve, Abercrombie River, near its confluence with Burangylong Creek, allotment No. 2. 3. Georgiana, Ten acres, parish unnamed, at Bombah Reserve, Abercrombie River, near its confluence with Burangylong Creek, allotment No. 3» 4; Georgiana, Ten acres, parish u n named at Bombah Reserve, Abercrombie River, near its confluence with Burangylong Creek allotment No. 4. SPECIAL COUNTRY LOTS. Upset ...

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ADJUSTED NEW RUNS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 21 September 1850

?.ADJUSTED.: NEW RUNS. Ir is hereby notified, that Tenders having 'been, received, for the undermentioned, New Runs of Crown Land, the boundaries- of which require to be adjusted so as to ex cludelands already under lease, or promise of lease, or applied for 'by other/ parties sealed -Tenders, in the prescribed printed form, will be received at this office, until, the noon of Monday, the 2nd day of De cember next, from the previous applicants, and from any other persons desirous to enter into competition with them, for the pur chase of the lease of any one of the said Runs) according to the amended descrip tions hereto annexed. 2. Every such Tender must state the term of years, (not exceeding fourteen if in an unsettled district, or eight if an interme diate district,) for which it is proposed to take the Run; and whether in addition to the minimum rent required by Her Ma jesty's Order in Council* it is intended to offer any, and if any, what amount' of yearly premium per thousand s...

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Government Gazette. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 21 September 1850

' -Octvernnient Oazette. ASp.iiUTS.~His Excellency 'the Governor directs it to be notified i . that 'in pursuance of tTie'pb.wers vested in. him, by the Act of the ;Goverri6r, and Legislative - Cou ncil, 13, Victoria,- -No. 29, ihehasheen pleased to declare the townships' of Montefiores and Warwick, to come vvithin- the!operatioh of the;3rd clause of that- Act, so as to consti tute them places at which; any fermented or spirituous liquor; or any/ mixed liquor,; part of which is fermented .or spirituous, may be sold in quantities not less than two gallons at any one time. — Government Gazette, Sept. 10. i - ;

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CANTO 15TH. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 21 September 1850

OAN^Q15tik Affair tctween Oola ana Qo«*v The d»y-,^4Joraym,-.$he obtwa. yfasspont, And Ooia, on deep musings bent, Sat down benoath'aTboflohen trea And lean'd thereod aU tfearilvv \; tOpta apprpacli'd m'inprry;inoeia,. Boeing iilmseif.ia solitude;.. , fi&t1 when tie; a^w tjip Milioote^ . ' . . , :H»feiga'dto:pa3S,witb.reckleBife«*1 - AndtinoJbserTanVpje^Bo.ncari, .- He brnali'd hip belt* with inaincero 'Apology andsidolonglccr 1. , ,-. Oola drew not; but stood ?nprlgpt,' As one prapar'd for talk or. light 1 Ho felt too bravely eloquent Tor war of words, and while he sent THo light'nlng of his iro id looks V _ That shot through Oota's soul,—.' Who WOOW ' , He sternly. ask'd 'the studied pneer ' Of awkward insult dallying near ?' His gallant eye and goodly mien, In such array, had never been. Before presented, to the eye Of Oota's Jilohnwk bravery I Either stood firmly, as if both . To break the neutral ground wero lotn, Until th'pHender's lip of prldo , ' CurVd for expression...

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Original Poetry. SCENES [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 21 September 1850

Original1 Poetry. [Fob th» BATRiraaJ ^bes Tmsb.] S8OHtfW:S-;' .: to* Asonare «bju- nrcoaKKAj who? ijQinnsRtm towkths; On SKETCHES (OS1 INDIAN LIBEL, BY WILLIAM MV ^l/|J'OCpBTTi M. AI' '

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ENIGMA.—No. IV. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 21 September 1850

ENIGMA.— No. IV. I liave a dear partner for life, Whoso Cilice is a series of squeaks ;.. Our hounuhoM is one scenp of strifo, ' Whera each have Ihoir own queer froaka. I own I'm not (iver polite, :But passion oft makesa man mad ; I cudypU my spouse morn and night, Anil to break her poor bead &houlu be glai X often am joined to a bowl, From which I'pbpln'ahd pop out ; And glibly I pierco- through a solo. Though never harm, salmon. or trout. A ereaturo of spirit and mirth, I'm welcomo wherever I go ; And oft at a glad Christmas hoarth Cause genius a grand overthrow I ^ M. ,8. Jathurs*, Sept. 12tb, 185^_ Answer to Enigma No. 3— A Pbathbe.

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Impounded. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 21 September 1850

Impounded. AT Uatnurst, on -the .5th September, 1850': — Qne brown and white poley bullock, illegible brand, star, ears torn, ageil. ^ i ? ! - One red and white cow. yearling calf,; illegible brand off Irump, 4 years old.- : :?,:?. i ;^;.-7;- : . One yellow heifer, if branded ? not ? legible, 2 years old. ??'??? One^y#wo heifer;^ if ^branded: not visible, 2 yeiirsold.^' ^- ? ?-??;? ;-~ ; --; - '; '??? .'? -???'?'??'?' '' ''?- ? ; One ^redf.and: white, ?heifer, like DS off rump 2 years old- ;.^ ??,', . - ?'???. ..?'.'? ?'.?-'??'' - ,' ??;' ;: - One red,; and white heifer,: TR near rump, 2 years old ; damages 6d each. ? One- black, mare, WF; off shoulder, DM nrar shoulder, ,3 years old, 15 hands high ; damages Is; One chesnut. filly, like SB near shoulder, star, 2 years old; ',14 hands high ; damages Is. . If not released will be sold on Wednesday, 2nd October ,-: 1850. ! '?'' ':' . Us. 6d. ??'? : ' ; ? : ' R. Yeo. At Canowindra. on the 27th day of August, 1850; from the estate of T. ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 21 September 1850

Hungarian Women.-— And here I must pay a tribute to the personal charms of those women who devote their lives and fortunes to the moral and intellectual elevation of their country. When beauty fires patriot ism, we may indeed be prepared to witness, deeds of heroic valour. And what beauty is that which acts as a talisman on a brave people in arms for their dearest rights ! No fading moonlight countenances, blanched by privation and sorrow— no warning cheeks lit up with the paroxysm of despair — no polished marble with its cold repulsive in difference — no figure of the drawing room, tortured into shape by some heathen milli ner — no withered relics of conventional endurance. There is a wild daring, piercing beauty about these, women, sprung directly from the Caucasian mountains, by the side of which your soft, blue-eyed, flaxen haired Saxon maids 'look's like a faint lithograph by the side of Corregb's incarnations.-— E. J. Grand. A witty rogue, brought before a Parisian tribunal fo...

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LABOUR AND TRANSPORTATION QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 21 September 1850

LABOUR AND TllANSEOR TATIQN . QUESTION. ; \M ort on Bay Courier, \ r . ' It 13 a common assertion that the question of the introduction of convicts is merely a question of labour'; but this we utterly deny. If such were the edse, there could not be two opinions upon the subject amongst reflective men. for labour, as lW primary implement of wealth, is essentially necessary to the prosperity of any cotintry ; but besides the question of labour, we have to consider the duties that are imposed upon the founders of a new colony, and amongst these- may \ fairly be reckoned' the duty of providing for the moral and political in fluence of the earliest inhabitants upon the ultimate destiny of a nation. . Thus we find that, from the earliest ages, the pro gress of nations is dated from the diffusion of moral principles, and the commencement of political freedom. The establishment of the Christian faith will illustrate one part of this proposition j the abolition of the feudal system in Englan...

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