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THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, MARCH 18, 1848. NEW CONSTITUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 18 March 1848

: TO BATHUfeT;;- ADVOCATE. ; SATURDAY, MAUCH 18, 1S48. SEW C O N S TJT-UI I ON. ?We publish the following letter to the Hon. Fruncis. Scott, M. P., .from the Chairman of the public meeting held at Bathurst, on the 11th ult., with reference to Earl Grey's Despatch on the New Constitution-: — ';'a '?'? Bathukst, New South Wales, ??-;- ?: ' ?..:... March 1,1848. To The Honorable Francis Scott, M. P., /.'.?: ..-,;? ? &C. . &C. . Sir, — The accompanying Petition of. the residents of this District was adopted at a public meeting, Jield in the town of Bathurst, on the 11th of Fe bruary, 1848, and as Chairman at that meeting, I ?ft'as 'directed to request you' would undertake its presentation to the House of Commons/ . I have therefore, the honor of soliciting your valuable iniluence in carrying out the objects of the Petitioners, in such manner as you may deem most conducive to their interests. As the recognized Parliamentary Agent of the Colony, the subject matter of the P...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 18 March 1848

ANY} proposition 'forthe circulation, and Male- 'ofc this I*aperr will be, thankfully, received, reaietnr, . beringthat all quarterly subscriptions must be paid in advajtce ; and also, that all letters mrtst be post-paid, or they willnot be received; '? B AT If V RST RACES, 21st, 22njv AND '23rd MARCH, .1848. ' STEWARDS. WILLIAM HENRY1 SUTTOR, Esq., M.C. THOMAS ICELY,: Esq., M.C. WILLIAM LA WSON, Junior, Esq. JOHN SAVERY RODD.Esq* caStain xaux; ?; ?,;;;? .;. . :„'???:?--':-,. judge; .;'?'. CHARLES HENRY GREEN, Esq. TREASURER. ? .'. Mr. JOHN DARGIN. . CLERK OF THE COURSE. MR. JAMES BRADY. T V E S D A Y, MA ,R.C II 21, VM&. FIRST RACE. n|vHE BATH U RST TOWN PLATE of; . . £50; for all horses ; weight for age ; heats twice round the course ; three entrances or no race. Entrance, £5. SECOND RACK THE MAIDEN PLATE of £50 ; for horses that never won an advertised prize above £10 ; weight for age; heats, once round the course; three entrances or no race. Entrance, £S. THIRD RACK THE ...

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PRICKS CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 18 March 1848

PRICES CURRENT. Australian— s. d. s. d. Superior clothing 1 9 to 2 0       (A few bales from' 2s. 2d. to 2s. 5d.) Gbodditto .................. I 6 I 8 Fair ditto... ........... ? .. I 1 15 Inferior ditto ? 0 9 10 Scoured ditto ? 1 3 2 01 Fair lambs'- ........ ; ? L 12 17 Inferior ditto ? 0 8 i 0 Locks and pieces . , ? , 0 5 '1 0 In grease .:.......» ? 05: 09 Skin ......,....:....: ? 0 9 12 Tasmania —   Scoured clothing.:. ? 14 1 .9. Fair combing and clothing. .... 11 1. 2J v Inferior ditto ditto... ? 0 8 10 Fairlambs' ? 13 17 Inferior ditto ? ? i. . . 0 9 1. 1 Locks and pieces ? 0 6 0 8 In grease.... ? 0 7 0 9 Skin ? 0 7^ 0 10 Port Phillip— Scoured clothing ....:..? ? 14 19 Fair and good ?'. combing 'and clothing ? 1 2 I 6 (A few bales Is. 8d. to Is. 9jd.) Inferior ditto ditto ... . . .- . . . . ...-08 10 Fairlambs' ? 1 2. 16 Inferiorditto ? ,.-.. 0 9 1 0 Locks and pieces.. ............ 0 5J 1 0. In grease ? ..,.........;.. 0 5- 0 ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 18 March 1848

SALE BY AUCTION.             BATHURST MONTHLY SALE.   At Arthur's inn, at Twelve o'Clock precisely, On FRIDAY, March 31, 1848.       TRESS AND ASHE     Will submit to competition, on the above Day, ABOUT SEVENTY HEAD of MIXED       CATTLE, being the whole of the CATTLE     STOCK of a deceased person.   Also,— A number of Valuable MARES with their increase.         AFTER 'WHICH,         To the highest bidder, THE TEN FARMS, of One Hundred Acres each, advertised for Sale on the 15th instant, which from unavoidable circum-   stances has been postponed to the 31st instant.   Particulars ascertained on application to the &...

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FRIDAY, March 17. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 18 March 1848

FRIDAY, March 17.   Before the Chairman, assisted during the day by   Messrs. Boswell, Morisset, Murray, Steel, and   Lowe, J.P.'s.       Patrick Charles Boswell and Edward Murray, Esquires, were sworn in this day as Magistrates of the Territory.           There was an addition to the strength of the Bar in the appearance of Mr. Holroyd, who had been delayed from appearing yesterday by his horse giving up on the road to Bathurst.     John Sullivan was indicted for stealings a knife value 1s., the property of Joseph Simmons, at Car- coar, on the 2nd February. It appeared by the evidence of Mr. S. Meyer, that on the day named the prisoner went into Mr. Simmon's store, and reached his right hand over the counter to shake hands with him (Mr. Meyer,) and with his left took up a knife and put it in his pocket. The jury fou...

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POETRY. WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 25 March 1848

^p;@^RW W OIMA'NV ??o-.i l: i^iju iJ^B6iiiia'fide;puayi.d6:puole, '// , ,' , : f EtjJianpe gJandoputileS' '_;;/ /.': . / ? AScfiangmg asth'e stair which flife, , .?Ere youican point its place,' - ' .! Aiidliericourse, tlio' bright aadbrilliant, ' -.As'diffieult'to trace. ,;. ; ./...' .A= .thing-: of, thought and feeling, in- .- - ; n : ?. xJgy,eryi/ancy!s .willing slave, » , ? ,. . ;-, ; ? . : j^oiy gliding.-sjnooth. down pleasure's stream,;: ., 'l?dw toss'd on passion's wave; ;: ? y.s 'I! . ? '.-.'..?., ' ?With a smile for every, mischief,: ' V ' / Li vlknd'a fear for' every ; wo'e,'' ''' ' : : ' ' Her ;li ri'ght' eyes ~fla ^^shing ldugflitdr ' ' 'Ere her 'tears haVe ceased,' to' fidwv . . As ardent in her friendship . , . :j As.implacable iii hate;; : . , And her love; tho'- false arid fickle,-: - - ;?; Deep1 and .teriible.as fate..1' :.. ?? . ;? - '0 fly her when the wine cup ?1 And the: music arid the; song ? .Are high, and merry dancers Seem borne on wings along. For there's de...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 25 March 1848

*lfBy^ . ?;^^kPARTUREs: : ; ; ;; . ;: - , ,JIMarcn IS*. John Pirie, i scHooner, 106 tons, Capt. : ^MvfeiPlfyoJTort ; Phillip. Passengers— Messrs. -^1'Honias«T3ill6fhi,aHamilton, John Davis, Alexander, ^?atidl JohnrjTaylor, Mr. and Mrs. Smith. ??' sj'Jtf-'SAnne, {American barque, 223 tons, Captain: Moore, for the South Sea Fishery. 17. Newburyport , American barque, 341 tons, Captain Lester, for the South Sea Fishery. s bjciftsj JHebprahi . schooner ,, - 1 2 1 tons „ ;,Capt.. Nagle , for Auckland. Passengers— Mr. and Mrs. Or msby , two children, and servant, Mrs. Asher, child, and servant, Mr. . Kelsh and ,twtf children1? Mrs. Jones aqd-ciiildj, Mrs. Macintosh, .Mr;, and Mrs. Chap man, jMri aud Mrs. Haycock and -three children. : , .ji.-li?,,; Despatch, schooner ,,,138 Jons, ... Capt,. Plant,, -' for -Auck'landl.' ' Passengers'— Mr/ P. Abef crbmbie, ^^a{Mr^H?Eweri^; «»™ uli -^ ';n; [' nK '?- - .-?.'. .-si] 8;.'J Matffdretibilg^lS^ tonsYCaptain Jamieson, i for the South Fishery. hss^r...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 25 March 1848

TO BE S O L D BY A UC Tl ON, 1 ' ' ? ? BY MR. :SLOMAN,. ' ';i^'^. On WEDNESDA Y, March 29, at One o'dlocl;, ON THE GROUND, ''.; '.'; '/'.; ''^', At the Corner of Piper and' BmtiiiW Streets? ri\w o allotments' ;dF':''i!%U p, subdivided into Eight Portions, viz. :— Six having frontage of 40 feet each to Piper Street, and extending .132 fe/eit'Tihs;'thVi-feari !? --? M fiTt';.' Lot No. 7. has, a frontage; of v,74c-feetn tp;^ Piper Street and 66 feet facing toBentinck'.|^reet. Lot No. 8 has frontage bf'(36 'feet81to''Bentinck Street; and extends V74 f ect ? to;'the fear ; ? :-:?;h . slii The Terms for: these- Allotments will bo/for-'/all purchases under £20, cash; above .that. 3u'm,J:2S per cent, deposit; and. the remainder by approved bills at three months, '?'.,? . ', ' ; ? viu.;'/ ...sM AN ALLOTMMTtif^afdtfacr^g^iril^ Miare Allotment, situate at;: the 'cM£efi of '^iTi^elr^Ka Stewart Streets, beinB-;Allotmentl9:offSedtioftaieB :::-?:?''?, . ,' ? ?? , Terms ,at.-Sale.;^?.i :;,n:cffj 'b...

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LATE ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 25 March 1848

1ATE ENGLISH NEWS. Prom the .latest English news at appears that .. the .monetary pressure in 'the city was the all engrossing topic, and it was feared would continue to be so for a consi derable period, neither was it easy to ascer tain what would be the best means to devise for the purpose of remedying' the evil. It is, nevertheless, a most gratifying circum stance, that not one of the leading banks had been compelled to suspend its payments — that is to say, not a;single bank that con fined itself exclusively to banking business. The directors of the Bank of England appear to have given, great satisfaction, by affording an extended accommodation to the commercial public, but the high rate of in terest charged by them has been a ground of complaint ; it is stated, that the terms are hardly fair to the public, as .the Bank of England enjoys too many privileges and favors from the public to be allowed to in crease their profits too much out of the public calamity, and it is argued t...

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CHINA NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 25 March 1848

: C ''W&Vf-fe rN: fE ''Wi^y -.i} 1 ~Wrcmi t he' ;C'hxjs A. .Mai l,'; pee'emie'r '2; 1 $&?7.) „.-,,...»,... ? -_..,.. ... . ?-'?..- 2, ;,,'J \j\JUJtw jV5^-j learn ,fro.m s.Ganton,; . that ;an.^xtensiye fire.broke oqt amongst :tbe China hous.es , to the north of the Factories, :up wards of two hundred of which were burnt to the ground. It commenced at 10 p.m., and was not;ex tinguished till 5 on the following .morning. The wind fortunately was not blowing in the direction of the Factories. Our Canton Correspondent reports ano ther large fire as having occurred on the 8th ultimo : — On the 10th .moon, 1st day, 8 o'clock p.m., a fire broke out in Soen-hoO lane in the, old city , which destroyed 405 dwelling-houses ; and ! six or, seven houses adjacent were' pulled do\Vn In brder to have ample space for .the people engaged in extinguish ing the fire. . Taukwang, 27th year, 10th moon, 11th day* From our Manilla correspondent we learn that the ship Ann and Jane, of London, ...

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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 25 March 1848

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. We have this week been obligated to omit several articles , which will appear in our next.  

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 25 March 1848

'TERMS OB1 SUBSCRIPTION. ; )'?.. ? Are. Seven Shillings per Quarter, i.payable in advance.' Single. numbers, nine-pence. ; The Quarters end on the last Saturday s'jn: March , June, September /and December, anbV.on; which dates only can resignations, -be r.eQeiyec)-, and which must be accompanied by .payment : of all money's due. .' ': - .'?''', '' , TERMS FOR :-A-DVIJRTISESfENTS.: ' ?'',',- For the first inch of space, -one insertion, Three Shillings. ?' ' ;:r; '? , ', .' '' For each additional inch, One Shilling. For future insertions, Half-price. ... 'The number of -times to bb -published 'must be written on the face of the. manuscript, Or the advertisements will be, continued till 'counter- manded. Theamount;must.:be,paid.previousto the insertion' of an advertisement, whicti must'be' sent before two o'clock on Friday afternoon, and all orders to withdraw, not later than 'twoo'cloclion Thursday-' after noon, or they : canriot.be'atteride'd to. No verbal communications1 $an T)e att...

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MARIA MILDRED; OR, THE IRISH ORPHAN. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 25 March 1848

MARIA MILDRED; or, THE IRISH ORPHAN. (Bi A RESIDENT OF THE BUSH. CHAPTER I., 'What ^peak'I more' than I' this moment feel ?'*— ?:;;r--': ' ?? ; ' — ?' - : :; =?;:???? ?? Young. The day had been fixed for the departure of Henry-' Elvertori to the continent, for the purpose of benefiting bv a two year's tour, Had already arrived, and the family were assembled to bid him good bye. JVliss Elvertoh, his sister, observed ' We had better have a1 parting tune I think,?' arid turning to Mr. Elvertoh said ' with your ?.leave, papa, I'll play something.' ' With pleasure/' replied her lather — 'but my d£ar you must take care what you play, or you will have us in tears.*' ' Oh ! yes, pifpa, it' shall not be Lord Byron's ?? Adieu,'' ?rgjdihefl the young lady, ''on account of the' .doubt it contains in the first stanza.' *4'rNor 'Forget me not/ ' saidHenry, 'on 'account',of. the unnecessary advice, which in Xhje'prresent case it woul J suggest/' ' Well jwe.sK'alf.se'e/' said the. father-^-' but yo...

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SECOND DAY, WEDNESDAY MARCH, 22, 1848. FIRST RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 25 March 1848

V: , 'SECOND DAY, WEDNESDAY MAiLCJJH -'Mtl 1 848jV % ?Li ?''?..- \t -Jl. ?'??-. ?-.?-?; ? ?-?? - ??...-?_?. FIRiST R ACE.: : \* 'THE 'FARMERS' PURSE OF £30; for all horses; heats, twice round; 'Homebuah' -?-- ''Welter ^eights ; Gentlemen riders ; three entrances or no race.- Entraheesi£3. ; Mr. Matthews' .bay gelding, Bennelong, aged ; tartan .jacket and black cap. . ',,. v7. '-*tj:.'l*'v .*dr jrl 3 ? Mr. Aukin'.s chesnut, Johnny. Heki, aged ; bluejacket and black cap .', . ..„,..... j|....'.f^,rv,'. -I,' ---'I ...:? Mr. DowNES1 bay gelding, Banker, aged ; black jacket and red cap.-. ....... l'.11.7.!.1^;.:i/.t.'' ;'d Cr-, .. , Bennelong, and Banker having been drawn, all that Johnny 'Heki -hiaid;to! ^o' was to ?walk round the course and win. ' '?['''' r..':'\l :^^ .!''''?'? ^!'%y! .^':. I ;,:;.:.- _ .. ' , SECOND '.R A€E. .. ?'?.- -'? '^C'^l ?:'?; !£V-''^.; ; PONY RACE for £20; for all- horses 14 hands and under; heatsVonce round j ; catch ?'..;,' weight ; three entrances or no rac...

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COURT OF QUARTER SESSIONS. FRIDAY, March 17.—(Continued from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 25 March 1848

COURT OF QUARTER SESSIONS. Friday, March 17 .—( Continued from ouriost.J : Before the Chairman;.assisted. during. the'day by Messrs'. -B'oswell, Morisseti'- Murray,, ; Steil, -and Lowe, J;P.'s. ' .? ',.'- !;:'':':''Ji'.''} '''.:/?'']'. :';;:;i' .'!__--^ '' ' MargaretLHarwood was indicted 1tilorj-,stealiri& ;at Mudgee^jiiJuly;last,;,tw^''£ip^n^^l^he' propei'ty bFrTh6ma's;iBlack*niahL; ''''???'' ''1ji-'Ji,ciiJ 7' ?:i''' ''' ? r'-D'efenaed^y-MrV^lmym;^ -™ £™^J?,\ ' flt _ap'pe.ared/f'f6m'theJv|JencGpre that'in- April, ' 'iBiT^tfie 'pro'secato'r^&d'glycn ;fjer two £10 n'Otes ^ib^WcSrfarjm^^y^hai^pp July ? followin g '; _-'sh'e /hayrng. Itad'' ;sonie'? fi ifl^rtnce with her husbandi-'lefth'is-^ousej;an^:we:h^ with the prisoner anfl t^^dsband-}:'tiiat''DT?'an evening in 'the ^laitey'mbrith^ before 'goYrfg tb'bpd, she had let dowh!lier 'halt,' apcl;fiadTpll3d'^p Injit, a purse coritaining.two £10 tio'tesV' and ? theii'^ut a' night cap on.;- in the' m'ornhig,:she: discovered ...

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THIRD, DAY, THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1848. FIRST RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 25 March 1848

UTHERD; DAY, THURSDAY, MARCH 23. 1848. f FIRST RACE. ^HE^lpJCANS'^URSE of £50 ; for aU horses ; weight for ,age, The^inlr ,- °f the Bathurat Town Plate to carry 71bs. extra at the discretion of the Stewards Heats, twice round -three entrances or no race. Entrance, £5. For this race .,;? three horses were. entered. .. : : ;. Mb. ^Down^s' bay^JorroiTfe, aged, 9st. 91bs., black jacket, and blue cap, rode by Steady^ =1^1:'' ?Mx: :TAiT's.black-M^o;efione,4ryrs.,old, 9st., tartan jacket and black cap i'r ^\a, r Mb. Arkin's chesnut, Johnny. Heki, aged, 9st. 9.1b., blue jacket and blue cap' ??' ' ' '?' ' ;'','- | J' 2 -,'? ;^ At starting. Whalebone took the lead, closely, followed by Jorrocks, and tKesevtwo'the '»rrt,rounjd.-pf thiB heat were nearly neck-and-tieck ; on 'passing tHewiri^iug:&: this .^un.d;.Whalebone was about halfa.length a-head of the old horse ; th^seponcirtutJevthis beati.both hprses were very close to each other,»when within about half a.distance'voPthe .wmnipgTp...

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THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, MARCH 25, 1848. SETTLERS AND PETTY SQUATTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 25 March 1848

SMKi' ?BATHURST ; ABVOGATE.: Settlers and- ^etty; squatters. -The generosity and forbearance of the ^'pptoiiml GoYernmentr is strangely exercised jv^tqwiByclSLpne. class of the colonists, for which ?nm&i bav.e: soften been ,.at.a loss to find a rea Bon ; for whilst thc^principlea- which we uftW^attributentoiOuiJ/laiKrina^rajiihayBiJndE merely been exerted- occasionallyi but W^es uc t ual Iy ; ibecome^: th^ir a common^ ecoDomy ; we -are certainjyiof- opinionithat !o«eey jtnuqh injustice is, notwithstandiogiiidoneictp^ the §Sttlejr«v Ifcvwi.ll.'lJ^seeDnhat-oucyalIuaian is tp the .wJUaliblin^nesfeoigthed' powers that; bet','x£o thei a.udaciouBlvpractic&ojE^quattipg/ oftjGjoxerqment landi withpufclinensei #Ter^ Itijisjplassiof: peraons:even'.torpbta1naaYlicenfe i £or; thpinn' dccHpation'id.accordihgjijQ.cthe' gpyerntnent: regulationsi iwe^fStilH^hiaU1 it inequitable. He,, who chooses, can equat ' right bang'ilp'' to; itheJ aide-line of n re spectable settler, and occupy ...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 25 March 1848

^r^WsetoKv^telUjifncie,^ :i ,m ?ARRIVALS. ' ' ??? ; March; 15.5 Josephine, barque, &10 toQ3,! Captain Smith, from Hongkong ,1% Manila ;,left,:the. latter port on the 3rd of January. . , ,.-? , 15. Champion, schooner, 52 tons, Capt.' Steele,., front Morefori Bay ? the^l'Ith; instr 'Passenger1!?— ?Miss' Gallaghah,'5MT!.'-' Osmond, l'Mfi'SCurtidi WcV .Vickers, and'Mc.; Stubley..-;/j 5v.«:c- ?iSi.w. -fiuhn I(,,15t .Elizabeth Janf, schooner, 43 -tons, C^ahv, Ster icfcer , from ' Mor'eton Bay .the, i.l th .inst. ,„ Pas- , Serigers— Messrs. A. aWdJJ.Andersbn;*'J.;Hill,.p:-^^; Stewart, and J. Splash. . \~r'v?, ?r-^-s* j.' 15. AnwMary, schooner, 49 tons, CapL Brown, from Moreton Bay the 11th, inst. Passengers Mr^ Parkinson and son, and two in the steerage.., 16. Lfmdon, barque, 388 tons, Captain Wil liamson, from Hongkong via Manila ; left the latter port on the 6th January. Passengers— Mrs. Williamson, andseven Chinamen. 16. Blair; ' barque, 331 tons, Captain Mordy, from Hongkong th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 25 March 1848

ANY proposition for the circulation and sale of ,.j,tJiis-Paper will betliarikfully received, remem ,v :Hef£n'g that all quarterly subscriptions must be '[['paid in advance; and' also, tliat all letters /must be post-paid, or they will not be received. NOTICE. ALL parties found trespassing on ray run ?'-— l 'at Winburndale and Stony Creek, or driving Cattle t therefrom, without permission, after this Notice, shall, be. prosecuted ; and all Cattle found thereon will be Impounded. ° '?' ' : c W. H. SUTTOR. Bruhjdale^ March ,3, 18481 :-:;^^|ppfSSTv'.R.]EGiSTRY OFFICE. «€TTLERS and others are informed that i ^?'?'^heyjicanbe supplied with Servants of any description oh application to - ??.--. ;.- r: - /'TRESS AND ASHE, ? .;*- ?'.' Auctioneers and Commission Agents. ,,vi,N.B.J— -Agreements furnished. ?GEORfflv FLOWER & CO.'S GENERAL STORES, NEXT DOOR TO MRS. BLACK'S INN, DURHAM. STREET. ,;:m;;\!,V;\\.;;.\v'6n;Bale. ,' ! .',.. j GENERAL DEPARTMENT. ^EA— Hyson-Skin and Black, of be...

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Sporting Intelligence. BATHURST RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 25 March 1848

?-'?.????-';.'?-??:? '??-?? ?-?-?--?? ^vu;-..o-iii. ?:? ??;...?'? ??.: -//??.;Y?v.i'-il .,'jiIb , nsfoia EJri* ; ' ''? *' ? ??- - - ' ? * ?*? — ?? ? ? ? ' ? --—.-- ? ? ? ?» ..-I—. ?.,...:?,..,,-.,.,,„ ,. A-rJihe-E^ pccasiton, natoely,-rentertng:the:hbrsesj in .whispers, to, (be r}S,ec^tary,l-;4ndI4|;;tw^4p,0^)i5tii' 'dffee1^ .'the* '6htrikncescweFe;;fclosedJthat if became known what horses twerestOitcohtest for the dittet'eHt'TinzesV ' This-; is rather an injudicious arrangement;.;-'' as it might lehd; to 'i-reve!nt t^etentfanbepif'some torses. ' }The i horse? Centered will appear, in the' account5 of^hje'r^S T?he ? ? course was in excellent-condition, and the attendance very, numerous ; 'there; weye nine publicans' booths and all appeared tofhave plenty of customers. ^'R^the^ia Jiiovelty ?oh the 'occasion, was- the selliug of printed bills, with the names of the horses;: &c; '-??:'- '?'-£'-*? ' :-_ '?'?????? ? : * TIRST DAY, TUESDAY, MARCH 21,1 :isisifu^':^%''rj%$: iUV'h'' ...

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