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A Young Baronet and His Pals. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 19 May 1849
?A. Young- Baronet and I£i3 Pals. Skittler entered the parlour of Nick Mawley, in P. R. phrase, the Pluckley Crusher, and looked round for well known faces. It was perfectly lined with pictures of races, fights, coaching, pugilists, and game cocks ; and in which a large company was assembled, as well as could he made out through the crowd of smoke that filled the room. ' How d'ye do, Skittler,' said a youthful voice through the obscurity, in a tone very different to what might have heen expected from the assembled company. ' Ah, Sir Frederick, my service to you,1' replied Skittler, apparently recognising the sound, ' Have a drink,' repeated the voice. And then Skittler advanced to tho end of the room, where the speaker was sitting, on a kind of elevated division of the covered benches that ran around the public-house parlour. He was a mere boy — fourteen or fifteen years of ngc, but dressed in as manly a style as could be contrived ; his slim proportions being swelled out by a varie...
Police Office. SATURDAY, Before the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 19 May 1849
Police Office. ? ? U ' Saturday. Before the- Police Magistrate. ?Robert Hamilton was charged with drunkenness, mid was fined 5s. or 2-1 hours imprisonment in the culls. Mury Ann Rowley, commonly known l-y the cognomen of ' The Queen of the Tillers,' was charged with drunken ness by one of tho night watchmen. The, ilelbudant had been found on the previous night in a stale of intoxica tion. As shu lm I not br.cn noisy nor riotous, nor solicit ing the bachelorhood of Bathurst, site wns severely repri manded' and discharged. The Chief Constable, Mr. Divvies, appeared to answer certain charges preferred against him by several persons residing in the town of Bathurst. The only case examined on Saturday was that preferred by Mr. .1. Donnelly, the holder of a wine and buer license. The charge Wits to this C(foot :— that Mr. Davies- hud received a bribe from Mr. 11 mnellv on the 10th of April, and that the said bribe was givon by deponent for the purpose of getting rid of tho annoyance to wh...
Original Correspondence. To?the Editor of THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. May 17th, 1849. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 19 May 1849
©cttftnal (tLavtaSpanTJente, To the Editor o/Tiie Batiiurst Advocate. May 17th, 18-19. Sin, — Our Chief Constable has been very busy this week going from house to house to get signatures to a petition, and it is supposed that the tenor of it is to let his Excel lency the Governor understand that he is a very efficient officer. As all the proceedings in his case will bo brought under the immediate notice of his excellency, he will best judge, for if Davics' case was a good one, he need not have recourse to such a mode of procccdurc to gloss over the charges preferred agnint him, which, if correct, are highly injurious to the administration of good government, which every British subject expects, and not very creditable to those persons whose signatures are attached, who care not for the oppression of the poor, and who cannot know much of the proceedings, until your next paper appears. JUSTITIA.
MU. DAVIES'S DEFENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 19 May 1849
11R. DAVIES'S DEFENCE. In entering on my defence to tho charge preferred against mo by Donnally of receiving ;C2 from him as a bribe, on the lOtli April last, I fli'Stly, solemnly assure your worships, that the wholo of that charge is a gross fabrication — an invention of an organised cliciuo, who arc anxious to deprive rne of my situation, because, since the commencement of my career here, up to tho present moment, I havo done my duty iti ii straight-forward manner, — acting alike, inde pendently to all parties, and showing favour nor affection to none. And tho persons composing this clique, consisting of tho worst description of persons in tho town, havi! themselves stated that they had felt tho weight of my impartial conduct in rooting out from their houses their best customers, thus depriving' such as Donnally of their principal moans of support. Their customers, your worships know, were composed of the most reckless characters in tin) district, and the safety of tho town demand...
SUICIDE OF MR. DOWLING. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 19 May 1849
On Wednesday last a Coroner's Inquest was hold on view of the body of Mr. Dowling, solicitor, who shot himself in n temporary fit of insanity on the previous evening. After tlie jury had been sworn, the following depositions were taken. Henry Hockcn Bligh. Yesterday afternoon, about four o'clock,. I went with a note from my brother to Mr. Dowling requesting him to come down to the house. I met him just opposite the Bank, and I told him, before he r«ad the note, the purport of it. He at once replied, that ho had two or three places to go to, and mentioned Mr. Arthur's, Mr. Simmons', and Mr. Smellic's ; and said, that if I would go with him, he would come down to the house. I assented, and went with him to Mr. Arthur's. Ho called Mr. Arthur out under the verandah, and then wont into the parlour. He said, never mind waiting now, go down and fetch the gig up. I fetched the gig up, and then I saw him outside Mr. Arthur's talking to the rev. Mr. Sharpc. I waited five or ten minutes for hi...
Impounded. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 19 May 1849
impounded, At Kelso, on the 20th day of April : — One bay mare, black points, JG or G and like ITC conjoined over W near shoulder, 14 hands high. One black filly, black points, ^ off shoulder, IS months old. One black horse, near hind foot white, white spot on nose, and star on face, ille gible brand like LE near shoulder. One chesnut horse, white stripe on face, and saddle marks, like JW over JC or G near shoulder, illegible brand off shoulder, and like fD offside the neck. One bay mare, black points, switch tail, no visible brand, 14 hands high. One bay filly foal, small star on face, bl-ick points, no visible brand, 7 or 8 months old. One red and white cow, blind off eye, WTB off rump. One red sided bull calf, no visble brand. One brown sided cow, illegible brands near hip and shoulder. One brindle sided bull calf, no visible brand. If not released on or before Frulaay, 1st June nest, they will be sold at Arthur's Inn, Batiiurst. At Mudgee, on the 30th ultimo, from Bassel Dickens...
Settlers' Wholesale Price Current. SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 19 May 1849
Settlers' 'Wholesale Price Current. SYDNEY. Wheat has slightly improved in prices, entirely owing -, to the late contrary winds experienced by the eoasteis' preventing their arrival in this market j sales effected have been from 3s. Gd. to 4s. per bushel. Flour continues steady at £10 10s. per ton for fine, and £9 seconds, Maize has been very scarce ; several cargoes havn arrived ; 5s. per bushel is about the price asked for good samples. Enolisii Bauley will sell, if prime samples, at from 3s. to 3s. Gd. per bushel. Cave Barley is worth about 2s. Gd. per bushel. Hay varies, according to qinlity, from £5 to £G per ton ; lucerne hay is in demand. Butter, is very scarce, and in demand. Cheese from 3£-L to 14d. per lb. Bacon and Hams are very scarce, and in great demand. Eaos are worth about Is. per dozen. Fat Pios arc improving in price, and very saleable. Fat Calves. — Nominal; prices entirely regulated by quality and not size. Fat Sheep. — Very plentiful ; sales effected have been f...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 19 May 1849
ASTONISHING CURBS EFFECTED BY iiOLLOWAY'S PILLS AND OINTMENT, ARB NOW OCCURRING In New South 'Wales I CURE OF. SCROFULA. , , . , ( (copy.) January 1, 1849. THIS is id certify, that my daughter; Matilda Alcorn, aged 7 years, has been afflicted for the last 3 years with Scrofula, arid after having been attended by several respectable practitioners, without success, I was induced to try Holloway's Medicines, which, after a continuance of a'bout three months,, completely restored her to health. This can be verified 'by numerous persons in this vicinity, where '.I have been fe'siding for the last 22 years. -'.... It. ALCO11N, Jerry's Plains. Mr. Pjnhey, Chemist, West Maitland; RECENT CURE OF DISEASED LIVER. To Mr. J. K. Heydon; Sir, — Ahout eighteen months since, I was dangerously attacked with a liver complaint, for which I consulted the two medical men of, the district, but derived no benefit from either of them j in fact, I was so bad that one of them told me ' he could see no hopes o...
WEDNESDAY. Before the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 19 May 1849
Wednesday. Before the Police Magistrate. Ellen Carr, charged with drunkenness, was remanded. Thomas Wagstaff, charged with drunkenness and riotous conduct, was fined ton shillings, or twenty-four hours to ihe cells. Emelia Board, charged with drunkenness, was fined twenty shillings, or forty-eight hours imprisonment. Frederick Whittack, charged witli forgery on the pre vious day, and remanded, was again remanded. Thursday. Before the Police Magistrate. Jane M' Donald was charged with drunkenness, and was fined ten shillings, or twenty-four hours to the cells. Frederick Whittack, brought up on remand, was com mitted to take his trial for forgery. Pjsiday. Before the Police Magistrate. Margaret Noax was charged with drunkenness, and tins being her third offence, she was fined twenty shillings, or seventy-two hours imprisonment in the cells. Mining. — Specimens of lead ore have been left at our office. They have been found at the mine on Gros venor Farm, belonging to the Ebenezer Minin...
NEW ZEALAND. AUCKLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 19 May 1849
HEW ZEALAND. AUCKLAND. Wjafhave Auckland papers to the 31st of March, but nothing of particular interest has occurred in the north since our former arrivals. The Gover nor-in-Chief and a party had returned from a visit to the Waikato district, with which they were much pleased. The sale of live stock is again dull in Auckland ; at recent sales the average price of cattle was only £2 9s., horses £1 7, and sheep 10s. each. Continued complaints are made of the waste of the public money, on what by courtesy is called road-making, which means, making bad roads worse. A number of mechanics and otheis* have lately arrived in Auckland from Hobart Town, and it is probable that many more will follow, as there is a great want of employment in Van Diemen's Land, causing much distress. The statistice of the population of Auckland and its vicinity show that, including the pensioners, it numbers 7003 souls, and adding to this the mili tary and their families, 'which numbers 935, gives a total popu...
THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, MAY 19, 1849. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 19 May 1849
THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, MAY 19, 1849. ? -^3» ? \V}k may expect that a cargo of evil will shortly be landed on our shores. The exiles despatched 'by Earl Grey, in despite of the wishes of the majority of our colonists, will soon nrrive, and will be dispersed among the sheep-walks of the interior. The Press, with the exception of a few mendacious prints, have sufficiently expounded public opinion on this important topic, and there fore little need be said on the impolicy of trans forming our free country into a penal settlement. There is one matter, however, which cannot be passed over in silence, nnd which tends to awaken sentiments of the deepest shame and most profound ?regret. It is asserted by a Sydney journal that the employers of labour — meaning of course n few ?of the class— are willing to receive from 10 to £'15,000 exiles. We believe the statement to be either an unfounded falsehood, or an emanation from a brain greatly influenced by the fumes of Whiskey-toddy. No ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 19 May 1849
TO ADVERTISERS. t^gjf3 The amount must be paid previous to the insertion of an advertisement, which must he sent before twelve o'clock on Friday, and all orders to withdraw, not later than four o'clock on Wednesday afternoon. All communications for tJiis Journal must be accom pdnied with the name of the writer, or they will not be inserted. FW1HE PUBLIC ARE RESPECTFULLY M. INFORMED, THAT 0o6 Printing OF ALL KINDS, AND BOOK WORK WILL BE EXECUTED At THE 'ADVOCATE' Office, With Neatness, Accuracy, and Despatch. ? o ? BTBTiHE following, and a variety of other articles of Jo. STATIONERY are always on hand at THE 'ADVOCATE' OFFICE: — PAPER. Pst, Foolscap, Demy, and Imperial Letter and Note Paper Brown and White Wrapping Paper Coloured Demy and Double Crown Gold Bordered Note and Letter Paper Tinted Letter Paper Superfine Large Thin Blue Wove Post Black Bordered Letter and Note Paper Tissue Paper, colored Drawing Paper Music Paper ACCOUNT BOOKS, Ledgers, Cash Books, Account Current Books, ...
THE TRESS SHALL BE FREE ! [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 20 May 1849
THE TRESS SHALL BE FREE ! You may talk of your glorious freedom, Your laws and your charters of right ; But whore are they now when we need 'em, Alas ! have they all ta'en to flight P Shall we suffer the tyrants to drive us, Who call ourselves Britons and free ; Shall we sutler them now to deprive us Of the standard of true liberty ? What ! shall the Republic of letters By the chains of oppression be bound j Shall opinion be galled by their fetters, And sink into darkness profound ! Arise ! if there's spirit among us, Shall we turn from the contest and flee ; Arise against those who would wrong us, Hurrah ! for the Preas shall be fiec. The'Press shall be free, for we prize it — We are not afraid of a frown. The truth ! we shall never disguise it, Hurrah ! we will not be put down.
" A MAN BRIBED." [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 20 May 1849
' A MAN BRIBED.' Jack Bevis take a bribo, oh fie ! ' Straight forward, acting' Bovis, When charged with such, let him deny, Or say it was Bcncvis. Who saw him spurn a bribo ! the nioou, He managed that, the wilhiin, And spurned it as a beggar loon Would spurn an offered shilling. st The worst characters. The worst description of persons in the town. The most reckless characters in the dis trict. Not one respcctablo person,' &c. When Satan's heard reproving sin, Iict housewives take their linen in ; Secure all under lock and key, For sheets and shirts take wings and flee. 'Tis always best in civil actions, To stick to facts, and shun reflections. Respectability from Jack, forsooth, Is Jack so nobly soul'cl, so well connected, That wo should take from such a Mentor's mouth, Men's characters so shamefully dissected? Laird 01? Logie.
LATE ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 20 May 1849
&AT3 S£TaX.XSZ£ MBWS. The arrival of the Pemberton at Port Phillip has put us in possession of English news to the 29th of January. For the following summary and extracts we are indebted to the Daily News and Melbourne Herald. The principal items of importance are, that the progress in improvement is unchecked, and the most cheering anticipations are everywhere preva lent. On the 18th of January, a day for the com mencement of the February sales was fixed upon ; it was generally believed the 1st February was to be the date. Larger prices in low priced wools were confidently expected ; a brisk demand for all staples is confidently calculated upon,,, as also, a considerable advance in price. Tallow was flat, owing to the heavy importations that had taken place from all quarters, and no improvement was counted on in this article. The prices realized on tallow shipped by the Posthumous ranged from 40s. 3d.— 40s. 6d.— 40s. 9d. to 41s. 6d. All descriptions of produce were in deman...
New Zealand. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 20 May 1849
New Zealand. Execution.- On Thursday morning, Mnroro, convicted of the murder of John Branks, near Wellington, underwent the extreme penalty of the law. The prisoner, who since liis conviction has been attended by the M. Lc Comtc, the ltoman Catholic clergyman, in some letters written to his relatives at his dictation, and at his express request, on the day previous to his execution, and also in a letter addressed to his Excellency the Lieutenant Governor, fully confessed his guilt, and declared that ho alone was concerned in these murders, the chief motive which induced him to com mit so dreadful a crime being the desire of revenging him ? self, or of obtaining utu or satisfaction for his previous im prisonment. He also executed some rude drawings, four in number, of the murders, which, from their accuracy in describing the locality, and the relative position of his vic tims after the commission of the crime, could leave no doubt of his guilt. The fatal scaffold had been erected on...
.Settlers' Wholesale Price Current. SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 20 May 1849
Settlers' Wholesale Price Current. SYDNEY. Wheat. — In this market, prices have slightly improved ; sales effected have been from 3s. lOd. to 4s. 3d. per bushel. Flouu still continues at £10 10s. per ton. for fine, and £9 seconds. Maize has declined ; the present prices being 4s. to 4s. Gd. per bushel, and sales limited. English Barley, if prime, wil realise from 2s. 10d, to 3s. Gd. per bushel. Cape Barley is rather more in demand. Hay is realising -from £5 to £6 per ton. Butter. — Scarce, and in good demand at improved prices. Cheese, if good, is also in demand. Bacon and Hams. — Very scarce, and much enquire! after. Eggs arc lower and more plentiful. Fat Pigs sell readily at last week's prices. Fat Calves. — Nominal. Fat Sheep arc plentiful, and prices about the same as last week. Fat Bullocks have realized from 35s. upwards. Tallow may be quoted at last week's prices, viz., £30 per ton for beef, and £31 mutton. Hides have realised from 3s. 9d. to 4s. each. Tobacco. — Very scarce,...