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PRESBYTERIAN ORDINATION. REV. JAMES B. LAUGHTON. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 28 September 1850

PRESBYTERIAN ORDINATION.     REV. JAMES B. LAUGHTON. The Presbytery of Windsor, consisting of   the Rev. G. Macfie, the Rev. K. D. Smythe, and the Rev. Mr. Adam, together with the Rev. Dr. McGarvie, Sydney, met at Carcoar,     on Fnday, the 20th instant, at 11 o'clock a.m., with a view to the ordination of the Rev. J. B. Laughton, B.A., who has officiated there and in the adjoining districts, under the Synod of Australia, with much acceptance for the last six months. A nu- merous and attentive congregation attended, and the proceedings were conducted with great propriety and solemnity, according to the formula of the Established Church of Scotland.       V The Rev. Dr. M'Garvie, at the request of the Pieabytery, preached the ordination ser mon from Matthew 28th and xviii. — ?? Go ye. therefore, and teach all nations,' &c. The Rev. K. D. Snijythe, who has been greatly instr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 28 September 1850

' ''V 'Colonel Secret^syOj^e;.^^ '.V,,, - ''.-, ,,,,.V: -.;.,?' - ,.(.,«rPtlcev;.;,:. , :~: ,.'..; .. ,.. i si^^-^i^^^ TtrW^tVFI?.1'''^ -r';^i^Esq/,^ to notify to the publiCjthat' * vrNA^iG^A^IQN;P|V:THBfR.Ly(bftf^.-T they have disbused of the Interest and Stocknn-! : '?'-,- ^v.;,,ri ? .». iMURBiA^^* ?1^----- --v. -s^VI Trade, ofrltherold established IRONMONGERY ,. S ?' '' .^' 'Cn .,,.-«?-?«»'?'*. qrt,,«h' BUSINESS, No. 371, George-street, Sydaey, to .,. ;. ipTVthe* instance of; thep Government of- South- ME33RS r IREDaLe. FLETCHER, AND -s -- jflt ^ustralia^His VExcellehcvjthe Gov^oahas ^&^#-]SssETTER, 'v ^!f-i :: ''ui been ipleaseditp^irecfcthe^ubli^iim^t^^^ wh6m jt$y Would ^^respectfully ^recommend; for & ;q lowing nptice^oflennff.a, bonus ; for;;the,f Buqce^Sful continuan^ of that paUnage'hitherto;sp: liberally; Navigation ,of Vthe .River :;;Murray, by means, of bestowed upon this^ostablishment. , i( , ( :-\, !] Sfeamera,^^;;.^^' ';V'T'.'/ * _'r . '? - ; They .'.....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 28 September 1850

[-;:\ TO MWEBTIBEES. -r.i ?;? ? ? ' r SMITH'S,: ::::^^tS: - — ~'''TV ? Saddle and Harness iffianiafactory,r The cost of Aavemsements j wjlliam-street, bathurst, JJlilSt he paid pre¥IOHS tO their 1H- ; (-Next -rfoor to ifte Queerfs Arms, arid 'exactly] Stirtion. Amercements will bet opposite. the Haymarket.y .-: ^;;ir received until si# o'clock In tlie | T H o MA s SMI T H evening Of Friday, bllt Cannot be TN returning his sincere acknowledgments to his withdrawn after Twelve o'clock! £ nferau5 -«na« ami customers for ;«»*«/ —^ t * ft. in j liberal support wjth which they have, hitherto OBL JLueSClaj. A Jlberal aliOWanee | fayorfd Mm, Kegs to inform them that'll? has made Will be made tO parties deSirOUS Of I considerable ^alterations^ and^ improvements rin his ,iui mvum. _ r''1 . I premises, and that— although he has not been' to advertising tor tittee Or SIX. niOntnS. j the Metropolis— he has, in additibnvtohis former' - Stock, laid in an entirely, new anil ;estensiye' / .. - assor...

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Original Correspondence. THE TRANSPORTATION QUESTION. To the Editor of the Bathurst Free Press. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 28 September 1850

©irwrinal HZdcztSiiaiitietiU, THE TRANSPORTATION QUESTION. 7b the Editor of the Bat hurst Free Preis. Sia^— rcbngralulatetbeinha^itaTits of th'i3 large and important district, m having amongst them the acknowledged mainstay 'of English freedom-ran independent 'press ;— for, continued' as. lam of the. general feeling against the resumption of .trans tMiTiafiori. were it not for -your journal, 'that feeling would. no'tlmyeb&n evinced, in, so i decided la man ner. Again, I congratulate them.o'n. the noble, stand they hsv6 riiad^ agamst the renewal of ..that accursed syefern, wbicii, li.¥e .&?. upas tree, sheds a blighting and deadly influence all around. We bare experience* -the bitters of convictisna; we: have tasted of the sweets of freedom/arid Have, finally, declared our choice. The appeal of the ' Vancluse Mercury' his. been most distinctly re sponded to, bnt in a mariner, doubtless, little' to his liking. In the language of the poetess, we have said*-— - — - — ? ....

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 28 September 1850

r- Ziooal Intelligence. A FiiBtn Day.-— Report has reached town that Messrs. Hood, Bolton, and Kay, accompanied by three men, all armed to the teeth, started out a few davsWo in quest of Carrol, the bushranger. They proceeded to Burrowang, Mr. Lords station, and procured the serviced of a, man who resided there, as a guide, who undertook to show them Carroll'^ whereabouts. Having proceeded a short distance from the hut to the top of a stringy bark ridge, followed by the cavalcade, ho pointed to a iar«re hollow log- as his sleeping place. The party made' a circuit of the log, '? and levelling their pieces, cried simultaneously to the invisible bush ranger to stand. Presently the feet and legs of a human being apparently awoke from his slumbers, by the noise of the onset, protruded from the log, and by degrees the full-grown proportions of the dreaded Carrol presented themselves to the gaze of the troop. Giving 'a hasty glance at his oppo nents, he drew a pistol from his pocket, and f...

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TO J. B. DARVALL, ESQ., MEMBER OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL FOR THE COUNTRY OF BATHURST. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 28 September 1850

;'^MBER-OF THE- LE(HS %WtVE GOUM& FORi T1IE €0UKTY OFV BA.TH Sm,-^lii accordance: TvitH your; retiuest, as ' cbi^aihed: i^ ^pur ; Address to i£e Constituency of Ba;tiliurst, of tKe 2nd: Septejcnber,, instant, on the Transp oration1 Ouestioh,: wnicli is to l&e. disbuss0d 9n the 27th instant. We, the Undersigned, Electors of tlie Gouiity of; Bathurst^ having ma turely considered your Address, desire to- record our deliberate opinion, That the Order in Coun cil!, constituting this Colony as a place to which Prisoners may lie s: sent, should be revoked ; and that an humble Address to that effect should' be transmitted with out delay, by the Legislative Council, to Her Most G-racibus Majfesty ; and that no ^Persons under sentence of Banishment, vyhether as Exiles or under any denomination^ whatever, should be: permitted to land in this Colony. We reiterate our solemn cojivictiolii .-'$0: iio ^P^W' advantagesV either affecting indi Vjftulall V;Oii*; ,; ilhli cominunity gen...

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Miscellaneous Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 5 October 1850

SSiscellaneduia ExtraotB. ., Extraordinary Running Match.— -It iis ; not'often that our old friend, Mr. Dunup, enters the sporting world ; but he: waB-a; few days ago one of the principals in a match of a very exciting character^ The contest was between Mr. Dunup and: Bar- ney Aaron, an officer ^ attached to the de partment of the sheriff of Middlesex^ The whole affair was got up almost imprumptu, . and consisted of a running match from. the corner of Chancery-lane to the other ' side of the river Thames, the bridge selected being optional. Barney; Aaron 'made. 'his appearance 'suddenly, which Mr. '::i)unup took as a signal for stat ting, as there had already been a match of; a similar kind be tween the parties, in which the latter had come off victorious; 'and he i;.knew ^ J;he for mer was desirous of trying another experi ment. Barney 1 carried weight, consisting of a stick and: a slip i of ' parchment ; uut Dunup was burdened with nothing but- ah empty purse ; and it had been whi...

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Foreign Intelligence. PARIS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 5 October 1850

Foreign Intelligence. PARIS. The Assembly hus approved, by a very large majority, the first article of the law against the , meeting of the cluba. The Globe's correspondent understands that the Austrian Charge d' Affaires in Paris has received orders to give no encourage ment to. the party who have been endea vouring to bring about a rupture between Frauce and England. ROMS. Letters speak of movements of the Au8r trian army in Italy, and of the march of re inforcements. It i9 said that positive infor mation of an intended ri^Rg has been re ceived at Vienna, and it is intended to nip the movement in the l)ud. POiAND. The state of France had been discussed in the Congress of Princes, and a cotnraU' nication had been addressed to that Govern ment. PERSIA. Erzkuum, Mat I 1th.— An Armenian under British protection had offended the Russian Consul and was upon his demand cruelly bastinadoed by the Vizier. Colonel Sheil, the British Envoy at Te heran, protested.. Th« Russian Minister menace...

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English News. HOUSE OK LORDS. INVASION OF CUBA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 5 October 1850

Slng-lisli News. HOUSE OIT LORDS. INVASION ?: OR CUBA. v In reply to a question , from L^rd Brougham, the Marquis of Lansdowne said thtt piratical expedition to, Cuba had been undertaken not only without the sanction but against the strict prohibition of the American Government, and he had not the least doubt they had done all in their power to prevent it. ...- \\fl The Earl of Aberdeen was quite satisfied of the sincerity of the Government of the United States, but. he resetted that when he himself had proposed 20 years ago th*t Enirland. France.- and America should guarantee the possession of Cuba to Spain, the United States refused their consent to the proposal. ? Lord Brougham was of opinion that by the law of nations every Uritish cruizar wus bound to assist the authorities of uuba in ? lestroying the eight thousand execrable pirates vvh - formed the expedition. Lord Stanley asked what course her Majesty's Government had. taken in refer ence to the expedition whiclvthey knew wa...

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Colonial Extract. AUCKLAND ISLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 5 October 1850

-Colonial SSxtraci. jrX: AUCKLA N O-' ISLAND. - ? fFrom the New Zealand Spectator. J The- -settlement formed nt these islands under'the- dire'eion of C. ICritJerby, Esq., for the prosecution of the whale fisheries in th'eaev set's, has now been established nine months, M r. En derby , the ; » overnor, having arrived there with the first settlers, 4tli December, 1 849. Ths group known as the' Auckland Islands consists of six is lands; the largest, -.Auckland Island, on which the settlement ia established at Port Ross, the principal harbour, is thirty miles long by fifteen miles broad, and contains about 120,000 acres. . Ada riV Island, the riextin importance, lies to the southward of - 'Auckland' Island, ;fro'm ;w!.ich it is .sefi Brate^., by ,'Adaih'^l Straits. This island is wbout fifteen niiies long* ,' Enderby Island, at ?it be'' entrance -bf: Port' Ross; is a small islaridi! nearly' free from' woik)^ tihbut two miles'and three '?quartera. long by one. riiile ?yvide,, and ,the la...

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Sydney Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 5 October 1850

Sydney XtttelUyeopo: , Twbntt-fivb ' Pounds Reward, or a Conditional' Pardon — vVhereas it has been .represented to the government, that llenrv Carroll, wlime description is here unto annexed, hi-* recen'lv committed a rape and'a hur'iwav ro')l-eiv with violence, ii the district of Moiong ; his Excellency the Governor, directs it to be notified, thfit o reward of twenty-five pounds .will be paid to fmy - free person, who may, within six months of: the .present dnte, give such information as shall : lend to the apprehen sion and conviction of the above ..party ; or if the person giving such information l-e a prisoner' of the crown, application will be made to her . Majesty for the allowance to him of a. conditional pardon. Description : Henry .Carroll^ a native of the colony, about 20 years of age, very dark hair, no whiskers, light eyes, :J- feel 9 or 1 0 inches in height, has a inark across his nose as if caused .by ' a bTow.^- Government Gazette.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 5 October 1850

(From the Sydney Morning Eerdl&j The Australian Colonies Bill, appears to have been as warmly contested in the House of Lords as it was in the. House of Com mons. It was debited ion two occasions. On the second ni*ht (Lard Stanley haying gone to the races), , Lord Monteagle advocated the necessity of a double representation, and moved the following amendment:— *' That there shall . be within each of the said cjlonies of New .South Wales and Victoria a . Legislative Couucil and .a, Representative Assembly.' Earl Grey replied, that a double repre sentation, was suitable to England,; but not for the colonies. He; hoped, therefore, that their Lordships would support the Govern ment in carrying out a plain and simple principle, and would not disturb existing in stitutions. :?..;- Alter some observations from Lords, Abin^er, Lyttleton, and VVodehouae ia fav.nur of the amendment, and from the Earl of- St. Germans in its favour, , their Lord ships divided, when the numbers were— - F...

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impounded. On the 13th instant, at Carcoar:— [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 5 October 1850

Smpounded: On the 1 3th instant, at Ciircdar :— One black and white bullock, ?. branded like JX ioffrump. One red heifer, no brand visible, bit off ;off ear. One brown cow. back, ilhgiblu branel near rump and ribs, halfpenny off ear, slit near ear. One red bullock, FY off slnmldcr, illegible brand oti' rump. One straw betry stag, like I'M near rump. One. red heifer, IK nearriunp and ribs. One red and white steer. HP. off rum -. One brindle cow, branded GR off rump, nose brand One black and white bullock, Gil oif rump-nose brand. One steer, bald face. Til oil rump, DM oil1 ribs. One blue slrawbeny bullock, branded like T8 near ribs, tl off ribs. One red bullock, whi'o. J\V with AC under near rump, tops-iwu off horns. One red bullock. J W with AC under, top sa'« n otf horns. One black bulh.ck, JW. with AO n.ul.-r near rump. One red ..poky bjllock, bntmh-d .PD off rump. FP off ribs. One white poley stci;r, like WC plf rump. One yellow and white bullock, Lb near ribs. WC with OT under -...

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To the Editor of THE BATHURST FREE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 5 October 1850

To the Editor of Thb Bathukst Tree Press. Sir— I have frequently heard that it is the duty of/' the inspector of slaughter houses to examine the hides and keep a registry of the brands of all the cattle slaughtered in the district of which he is inspector; perhaps you can inform me if such really is the case. May I also ask if it 13 true that the in speetor for Bathurst is now in Sydney, aud that no person has been appointed to act in his'-absence. . If it be true, 1 think those who have the authority should appoint an / inspector pro tei».t that the public may be satisfied that some person has the right to ? examine cattle slaughtered ; for it should ? be borne in -min# that the cattle stealers are not all dead yet. m ' ?? ' I am suy&c, * '?? -.' : '''''.' O- v Tin Veply to. O.'s first query, we have to state, that it if tneauty^of the Inspector of Slaughter Houses to Examine the hides and keep a registry of \\ie brands i'bf slaughtered cattle. We' believe, that! the' inspe...

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To the Editor of the Bathurst Free Press. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 5 October 1850

To the Editor of the Balhurst Free Press. gm(— Having observed in your paper of last week an account of an attempt made by myself and two other gentlemen to cap ture Carroll the bushranger, I have to in form you that the whole of the circum stances mentioned in that report are per fectly false. I am,. Sir, Your obedient servant, A. CHARLES HOOD. Eurimbola, Molong, October 1, 1850.

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Original Correspondent. To the Editor of the Bathurst Free Press. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 5 October 1850

,! (©HsCirtSl &atcc3tffjw«f -w«&? '.',.', To the Editor of the Bathurst Free Press. Sin, — It seerns bur Honorable 'Legislature cannot afford to let us Have newspapers free of postage. Blessings ? on them, they are excellent ecdnbiijists in small matters ! They probably think we have quite enough of in formation already, and; we have great reason to be' :tharikful= that they' do toot suppress newspnpers altogether. ',''.''''':'' Mr. Editor, you and other gentlemen of Bathurst wiio have so laudably exerted your selyes to avert, if possible, '.our country's disgrace, deserve the sincere, thanks of the people generally, and. of the working classes particularly:. The transportation question appears to have created a general excitement through the whole colony, which has pene trated far into the wilds; of the unsettled dis tricts» and sorhe of our wealthy and influential squatters have been busying themselves not a little, in getting up loyal addresses to his Ekbellericy ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 5 October 1850

eg* Wedondt'identify'piirselveit with the bpin ?'^ ions of our Cor respondents. '? '? - -

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 5 October 1850

. . . Ran Wanted,o - ? ??- Fi- tho' Undersigned!' capable of depasturing about 3,000 Slieop. An abundant supply of water is indispensable. Apply to GEORGE PALMER, Queen Charlotte's 'Yale. Or to. Mr. E. COUSENS, 1 Kelso. FACTS ARE STUBBORN THItfGS.—PUFF INGfc AND HIGH PRICES QUITE OUT OF ... 'DATE!!!/ r ?? ?-. - : .... - -, -.- .-- . .-; J. MILLER, of Durham-Street, Bathurst, grate t ful for the, support received from a liberal 'public,' since he first advertised the tailoring depart ment -of ?ufs'Estabiishrhenti feels it necessary to call the attention of those who have' not yet favored ? him; with their orders,': to the' fact that he is still .charging the same; prices as hitherto, for fashiona 1 blegannents, and as a proof that there is. no puff ; ing' i'ri'this invitation' to those who may honor him -with' their' commands j he- herewith annexes his. former list of prices, and pledges himself that every article shall, be of first-rate quality, cut, and work manship. «-..;,.,?; ? -...

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miscellaneous Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 5 October 1850

BXiscollaneous Extracts. New Line of Business.— We understand that ' medical students j instead . of ^walking the hospitils, intend tp 'apply for permis sion to -..walkj/lhe;1' difitrent -raiiwa^s, as, from the uumb^ of accidents that occur on each . lin'e,: they expect tp finish ^ itheirsur gical educaiipn in .pne( half of .the usual peripd.— -jP^wc/i. ,;Vsr--.'.^.'.7,v^'''^,';.:^ '/' :? A DisTRBssEpt; : Agriculturist. ^— The Western Timps tells a s'ory pf a 'distressed agriculturist::V^H A farrrierJ dropped? in here pb; Wednesday last vtp;pay(hisjcent, putting on a ulbng face to correspond .with the tiiiies. On ehteVing the1 hbuse^he1 told his landlord that; times being so bacl he couldn't raise , the, money at all, ; and dash ing a bundle of bank notes on the table, 4 There,' said ;he- :;'« 'that's^ all 1; tkn^ay'1 The money was takeh;up, artd cpunied'by Mr. - — ? , the lahdlbrd.^ho saidT/Vi;hy, t hi s is t w i ce as m u ch/as y bu b we .' « Dahg'ee give it me. aga'n. ' said, the...

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THE AUSTRALIAN COLONIES BILL. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 5 October 1850

', , {From tfre Morning Chronicle.') , The questi m whether the Australian colo nies should start with a Single or with a Doable Chamber— a question so important in the opinion of the Government, th.it they staked their: existence on it in the ? House of Commons-— wia decided: on : Tuesday last in the House of Lords in'; favour- of Minis ters, by a bate majority of two. The leader of the Opposition wiis absent. Lord Stanley; who, as the loriginator of the New South Wales Single Chamber, lately nvo wed that he had adopted it only as a preparation for the dual form proposed by Lord Mcmteagle —and who might therefore have been ex-: pected to feel a- special interest in seeing the object for which he had founded that constitution fulfilled— Lord Stanley was at Ascot* seeing ??'.'. Olympian' lose. This Btrange defaulting has, indeed, been va riously accounted for. It has been; whis pered that personal pique at the criticism to which, the constitution in question has lately been subjected...

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