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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 12 October 1850

? TO ADVERTISERS. The cost of Advertisements must be paid previous to their in sertion. Adverfcujements will be received until six o'clock in the evening of Friday, but. cannot be tvithdrawn after Twelve o'clock on Tuesday. A liberal allowance #ill be made to parties desirous of advertising for three or six months. !Nb communicafions will be pub lished in this Journal, unless ac companied by the name of the Correspondent. BAT&traST FBCE FEESS GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE, POSTERS, Hand Bilb, Circulars, Cards, Bill ' Heads, Labels, Law and Mercantile Forms, AS ALSO, EVESY DESCRIPTION OF JOB PR I NT IN G Executed with neatness, accuracy and despatch and on Reasonable Terms. -? v To be Sold. at this Office, : FORMS OF fPENDERS for a Leas 2 of a New Run of Crown X Lauds. APPLICATIONS for a Lease of Waste Land3 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. ....

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THE WOOL TRADE, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 12 October 1850

?- TH E WOOL TRADE; &c. fFrom Bell's Messenger, June il.J London. — By private contract very little is doing, and the quotations are almost no minal. The imports last week were— 9 bales from Hamburgh, .5665 from Port Phillip. 228 from Charleston, 1800 from Hobart Town, and 25 bags from Ireland. Bradford. — There is more disposition to buy wools, and the new clips that have come to market have been very good, and have commanded a better price than was expected. The -supply here is also good, but prices cannot be realised to' meet the opening price of new wools. Hudoersfikld. — There has been nothing doing either in plain or fancy goods. Most of the manufacturers are working for stock, whilst some are working up back orders. ' ; Halifax.— The quantity of wool that is changing hands just now is not large, as purchasers are waiting now for the new clip ; but it is expected to come into the market with the late rates fully main tained. Rochdale.— The wool . market has been more u...

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MILLERS' PRICE CURRENT. BATHURST. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 12 October 1850

MILLERS' PRICE CURRENT. BATHURST. Wheat, 2s. 9d. to 3s. per bushel. Fine flour £10 per ton.     Seconds, ditto, £8 10s. ditto. Bran. 2s. 6d. per cwt.    

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Colental Extracts. MR. T.F. O'MEAGHER. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 12 October 1850

' tMouiml Mxtrmotm. ^MRIsT; -F/ GrME AGHER. /Front the Launceatoti ; Examiner. J Tns stibj oio^ extracts are f ro tn ; a let ter ad dressed by this gentleman to Mr. Duffy, the editor-, 61 the Dublin Nation. It is dated «» V^an piemen's Land, Ross, District of Cacnptiell ToWn,' February 10, '185Q,'. and conveys Mr. O*Meagher'8 ;first, iaopres sions :— - . ? . ? ;??-?. .-?/???i :;k,: , .' . ?fiFrom that day, September the 12th until Saturday, October the27tb, we saw no land. ' . ''.-'%'?:'.. But for. all the dreari ness of this six week's sailing, in our pas sage up the Derwent, we enjoyed a delight ful -'Compensation.' Nothing I have seen in . -other ?'cb'u'ntriesrrrnot even in our own— ex- ceeds, the; stateliness and beauty of the sce nery, through^ which we glided up from TasmanVHead to Hobart Town. On the left were bold cliffs, compact and straight built as the finest masonry, springing up full eighty feet and more above the surface of the water, bearing on their broad and level s...

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British Extracts. SLAVERY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 12 October 1850

?'?'';Btti^i^p«rwJ|a^^ ?v slavery; :; ; (From the\ Economist.) ,;! r '? -Frorrr what'' is. rioTy,,1 happening in Cuba,' urirj i^f rom j What^l(as h^pperie^'itvpu^owiii coiohi'es1. ^we regret, to. /see' ;in ;.the.; iatter,, a: stTong/hankering after new' importations of Africans, and. a .strong.; disposition, to .pre serve all that they can. of the old institu tions of slavery : ' We have had' says the Colonist of British Guiana, of April 12, 'another, gratifying accession, pf. '. labour force ' to- . day \by ' the arrival of the.Glentenang, in : ;twenty, days, from St.; -Helena with1 404 capturicd Afkican3 on board-^all, , we understand in a healthy state, althpiigh' fiye '. deaths . occured . during the; passagei''.' At , the same time we read in the San Fernando ' Gazette of April 24, published in the neighbouring 'island of Trinidad :-^-'. The greatest pvil, in1 bur opinion,, xyhiich: the lower classes suffer under in Trinidad 'is the denial of land ; they ought to have the optio...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 12 October 1850

DIED,                   At his residence, at Carcoar, on Monday, the 7th instant, after a protracted, illness, Mr. Robert Lodge, late Chief Constable of that district, aged 38 years, deeply regretted by his numerous friends by whom he was highly respected.       On Thursday evening last, after a painful sick-   ness, Frances Harriet, the infant daughter of Mr. B. F. Hughes, of the " Woolpack Inn," William- street, Bathurst, aged two years.      

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 12 October 1850

' ' ' (From the MaUlqnd Mercury.) 1 Menacing, Notes from the Russian Go vernment:— The Russian Government ha? a.d'dressed.a pointed note to the English : Cabinet, repudiating -the notion that British ..subjects living in :Tuscany. orNaples. during 1 the late revolts-have any just right to claim indemnity for ? -the. ,r losses ' they sustained during those' disturbances.' Should such unjust demaridsjbe. enforced by arms (the note- adds) 'Russia will: find itself com pelled to indicate.1 in; the most precise man ner possible, the, conditions; alone upon ivbich it will grant to British subjects the right of residence and of property within the Emperor's dominions. It is said that Russia .has addressed another note to; the JBnglish' 'governmenti :coiiched in strong terms, protesting, against the. settlement of the Greek' question ! as arranged by Mr. Wyse.— -Bell's Messenger, June 17.' '_,? .,', ??' .' ; ' '''Attempted Insurrection at/Palermo.-^ The- Constitutionals oi Florence* quotes ...

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Colonial News. MORETON BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 12 October 1850

Colonial -37 ews. . MORjETON-BAY. ThbTamakind-Trke.— We are informed that on the Tweed Riyer-.magnificent spe-j citnens of the tamarinda palpa, -the real tamarind .? of1 commerce, are to be -found. : Mr. W. Wilson, of Brisbane, .during his sojourn in that neighbqurhodd in ??1844:5, discovered ^several , laden with ? ripe fruit,: of u richiyellow colour. He. describes it asia tall branching; tree, with a thick erect trunk, and rough grey bark. 'The fruit hangs in the most graceful clusters, ; with slender tendrils, aud consist of roundiah.nn^- .?*-— ^ tUicc; iu rive inches- long, containing- several seeds lodged in pulpy fmatter: The blacks do riot appear to prize the fruit as an ar ticle of food, oh .account of the strongacid flavour it .possesses. Mr. Wilson states that he used it mixed with sugar, the usual method of preparing tamarinds, arid f oundj them an excellent addition' to the bush fare.. Several ; other descriptions of fruit trees were also discovered on the banks of the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 12 October 1850

«ew -Spring and -Summer ttoftd*. i*t C. FORBES begs io inform his customers and \j» 'the inhabitants of Bathurst that ,herhas lately » returned from Sydney,, where he.has purchased a large and well selected Stock of LINEN DK APERY, HOSIERY, HABER DASHERY, &c, suitable to the approaching season ; .also, GROCERIES, consisting ef HYSON SKIN AND CONGOU TEA, COM ' PANY'S SUGAR, Pampanga. and Ration ditto, -Raisins, Currants, Dhrifop's Negrbhead 'Tobacco; Colonial ditto, ?American and Kent ;Hops, .^Liverpool Salt*. and EVERY ARTICLE ^REQUIRED FOR A COUNTRY STORE, .the whole;of which ho .is determined, to.cle.ar.off AT; SYDNEY PRICES. General Store, Howick-street, Bathurst. / Just in Time for Shearing:. PATENT. Sheep Shears.'frptn Is., per pair : Woolpaeks, 9J lb., lO:lb;,.and lp£_lb. Seaming. Twine, Packing Needles, &c., &c. On'SaVeby ? C. C. FORBES. General Stores, Howick-street, Bathurst. . ; Wines and Spirits. ON SALE BY THE UNDERSIGNED— Hunt's Port Wine, 4s. 6d...

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Country Slews. ORANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 12 October 1850

Country News. FATAL ACCIDENT.— Richard Viccars, formerly overseer to Dr. Gammack, met with an accident on Friday last, which terminated fatally about four hours afterwards. In riding from Staunton's inn to the pound, he was thrown from his horse against a tree with great violence. A concussion of the brain was the consequence, and although he was immediately attended to by Dr. Favell, who hap- pened to be convenient to the spot at the time, medical aid was of no avail. An inquest was held on his remains on the following day, and a verdict of accidental death returned. Deceased has left a wife and several children to mourn over him. SERIOUS ACCIDENT. — Mr. Johnson, a relative of the Messrs. Murray, was thrown from his horse a few days ago, when on his way towards Molong. The force of the fall was such that his leg was bro- ken and his collar bone fractured. NATIONAL SCHOOL. — About ten days ago, the foundation stone of the Orange National School was laid by A.Kerr, Esq., in the prese...

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THE CUBA PIRATICAL EXPEDITION. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 12 October 1850

THE: CUBA PIRATICAL EXPEDITION. - : . (fVow *ft-? Times.) -? - .. The rapid failure and ignominious retreat of the first detachment of American buc caniers in their late attempt on the island of Cuba is a very fortunate termination of that audacious and absurd enterprise for all parties concerned. It. has saved the island fronvthe horrors ; of a conflict with a band of ferocious' marauders, who showed in the 16 hours during which they occupied Car 'denaY that plunder and arson formed no inconsiderable part of their objects. , It has proved thatif the adventurers relied on any support from the colonial or the negro po pulation of Cuba, they had b^en deceived, for all parties in the island testified their, readiness to support the lawful authority of the crown of Spain. It has covered Lopez and his followers with disgrace and ridicule, while it has relieved the Spanish Government from the terrible necessity of making a—wholesale example of a large band of prisoners ; and in the prevai...

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Sydney and Country Mows. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 12 October 1850

gji^ii^^di0wiitrr-«ew»-;' it1kIii.;IiWnab*8J reply jdn the jtrsapoKtarion; ques Vt'ion'. that gentleman tread 'some quotations; from an old Pennsylvania!) gazette, relative \;t0';the/p,yfttiefn^r»d-th!e;evils-ofjtran!if)or.tariont C.'wbichHhen-existed ih: AinericHi.f'''!Ev-?rv one. ?!i e.^rx:,par.tjdular.;iin8vfancer .tOj.ciur; qvyu -?,x- ' ^erience.';pf:8irnj)yr^ evils.. fTjie^roost; r.e Umaricable extract of the whole,,- however, : '- Was'one in' whieh.'the.old gazetteer 9et forth -^tte'opinibns of the, Aixiericrin cyJonist'H.^a.-to ^.itk'effecta :pnjjthe patiye population, who by I being .fronai their infancy', familiarized; with ?'^brimeV'ha'd thfiir feelings perfectly -J^a J^oed ?-;--f6; itis ieriprrnity, arid to the, cruelties of which ;;!i^he^mpo)rVatlph of, conviet* into A-n-*ric-i ?' ' iiM ibeen '.; the , .consequence. M ??. AVf ut H^rth^did hot favour us whh-his ? opinion of ^ ?tbe^olclf gazetteer, but he put his'. 'hat on his -.lieaBj and' walked. p'ut-; apparently ..an w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 12 October 1850

To be Sold by Auction, BY MR. TRESS, at Mr'. J. Flanagan's ' Stock man's Inn,' on Friday next, 18th instant, at 12 o'clock. : , The whole: of tho Household Furniture, and Stock-in-Trado of Mr. J. Flanagan, retiring from this line of business, consisting of Bedsteads and Hangings, Horsehair and Wool Matresses, Toilet Glasses, Bedroom Furniture, cane seated Chairs, Sofas, Dining Table in three pieces, bedroom and other Furniture, bar Furniture and Measures, Kitchen Utensils Crockeryware,' fee. . With the remaining stock of Wines and Spirits, Cordials, &c. ? ??.??' . ? ? No reserve. — Terms, cash. . ; ? N.B.— The whole oi' the above Furniture is quite new, and of excellent quality, having been recently purchased in Sydney. Stolen oa* Strayed, - FROM NUBRYGYN'; Molong, a Bay Mare; switch tail, branded FC on the near' shoulder; JW on the off shoulder, and JW on the back.: £1 reward will be paid upon securing the ^said. mare and communicating' to Mr. Martin Horan, Bathurst, if str...

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Local Intelligence. COURT OF REQUESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 12 October 1850

X*osal Intelligence. COURT OP REQUESTS. The business of this Court was disposed of on Monday last by H. Heathom and William Lee, Esqrs. There were sixty cases on the list, not more than half of which came under the notice of the magistrates, the remainder being settled out side- As usual, very few possessed any interest and we were therefore enabled to select the follow ing only for publication. ? DYSON V. REEVES. . ' The defendant was sued for 19s., the amount of an order drawn upon Mr. White, who refused to pay the sum when he presented the order, oh the ground that he had already settled the transaction, out of which the order arose. ' ; It, appeared that the plaintiff and defendant Lad formerly lived under the same .roof, when accord ngto.ihc statement of the former, he supported \ :-- ? ?? ? ? _ Reeves for a length of time. .This Beeyes/stoutly denied,- reminding his opponent '''that a transposi tion of the . circumstances of the case had :taken place in his memory, as it, was ...

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Council Peper. TRANSPORTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 19 October 1850

C!fctto«U mmUvSA. '*? ' TtfiNStTORTATf LOU. . PETITIONS FOR 8 5 ^2g- L; From whom presented. go °q(S -.' ' - ' ' £ bo S'eJrS '— — ? ' 1850. Ticonscd occupants of Crown Lands 34 Aug. 30. f Ditto ? 43 Aug.30. rfcleetors and other inhabitants of f Goulbourn . . . ?...'. v..; ? 35 Sep.'24. Inhabitants, counties Roxburgh, ;j an4 'Wellington ? 34 Sap. 26. Inhabitants, town and district of , ' - Parroinatta, ? 1 17 Sep. 26. inhabitants, district of Balhurst . . 200 Sep. 26. ' janded proprietors, Illatvarra .... 33 Sep. 27. i' jnded proprietors, &c. Singleton 23 Sop. 27. : , i 525

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SYDNEY MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 19 October 1850

. SYDNEY MARKETS. Wheat.— Prices rule from 4s. 4d. to 4s. 6A., according to quality, for either imported or colo nial. -The former, however, must advance, as im portations have ceased at these prices. Other Grain.— Maize, 3s. to 3s. 3d. ; bats, 3s. 3d. ; barley, 2s. Gd. per bushel. Flour.— The millers quote fine flour at £l I per ton , but sales have been at lower rates. Bran.-^— 8d.1 to 9d. per bushel. Biscdit.— No. I (cabin), 17s. ; No. 2 .(ship), 13s. per cwt. ... . : cu PorATOEs.— Colonial £3, and imported £5 per ton, at first Iiand. . The dealers sell colonial at from £3 10s. to £i, and Dor went at £5 103. per ton. ?I* FoiAQis.— Hay £2 15s/ to £3 15s. ; straw £1 ?4-0.3. to £2 ,10a.; according to the quality; green, fodder 5d. to Gd. per dozen bundles, by the load. Cattle, &o., for Slaughter.— In this market there is 'no material alteration from last week's ?report.; ?. . ? .- ' ; ? ? . .?..:?'; ?-'??'' '?? :- ?.????? ? ;; ,;, Poultry.— Fowls, 2s. 3d. to 2s. 6d. ; 3ucks,...

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Sydney Intelligence. PRODUCE CIRCULAR. (From the S. M. Herald.) [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 19 October 1850

Ililii^iSiWIii^i : : PRpDiJ,(^:piRCUrJA|i.,; , (From the :S.;M.Heraid^j] Our produce market has been very dull during the last week for bothVw'ool and tallow, buyers being unwilling to enter the market at former quo tations. -Some good samples of beef and mutton tallow have, however, brought extreme rates. .; -,??:; Hides and sheepskins meet with, ready pur chasers. . ' . . ' ', ' - PRICES CURRENT. ' ' ' . ? . .'-? '. ??.'? :- .wool. ' * ' ':'''.' ' .?/ ??''' ;? ? Superior clips. ......:.. 0 0 to 0 0 Fair to good .......... 1 1 1 2^ ; Low to middling;. /... 0 11^ .1 1 Locks, pieces, &c. ..... 0 6 0 9J ' TALLOW. Beef .'...;..... ..'......£25 10 0 to £26 5 0 Mutton.. ......;.. ...... 26 10 0 23 0 0 Mutton— brand, Sharp and Co....... ...;........ 28 0 0 0 0 0 Beef, Robinson and White 25 10 0 0 0 0 Beef— H. Tozer..... ? 26 5 0 0 0 0 Mutton, in paunches.;.... 28 0 0 0 ' 0 0 Beef, dittos. ............ 24 O 0 O 0 0 ''' Sheepskins...... ......... 0 3J to 0 5 Hides ...... .w. ..........

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Original Paetrp. ENIGMA NO. V. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 19 October 1850

Wrtslnttl I&attrv, ?TXXIQlitX-Xo. V.' lAko Paohna,.! havo hoads and tails, But chlofly on tho bead am worn — Adorned with .flowers, plumes, and veils, Itosplondont jewels, gold, and horn. I'm valued at sorao thousand pounds — (Yot fact is truth, however strange) , ? A sportsman would not give his hounds ? -?'? i ? 3Tor mo, if offered in oxcliango. ?'?,. : . ,; : . As trophies of thoirdiro rovongo, '.- .'?. ? . ??..': Columbia's Indians treasaro me ; . i And fiercely thns their, wrongs avongo, , . ; .. Unmoved.atBoauty's agony. , ? \. Inhalfif severed, I am still,' '?' : ' ? To look at,: almost quito the' Baino; f ? '? '?'? And smaller (if such bo your will) . J ' I.ohango,,bufc change alsomy name' . ; : When lovors on a moonlit night, ; ; . ; , ? :.. Prepare to take itho evening air, ... .. '. .. .Thoy.oaca choo'so something vory light '? , . , ; 'To hido mo with especial care! . ' ' . ' ' '' No'doubt you know me well era now, ' ' ?- ? ; I'm yours for lifo— wo niay not part;...

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Country News. BOWEN'S FELL. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 19 October 1850

©otmtry 2£e-57S.. BO WEN'S FELL. -? ?. National School.— On ' Monday, the 14th Oct.; 1850, the foundation stone. for a National School, opposite the residence of Mr. Thomas Miller, and near the Wcsleyan Chapel at Bowen's Fell, on the Bathurst Road, was laid in due form by James Walker, Esq., J.P., who addressed the persons congregated to witness the ceremony ,.iri the toilowing ' short, but pithy ana appropriate, speech : 'Friends — -I regret that I am not more' competent to explain tho nature and design of the institution to be raised on the fouridatiohnow laid. Taking the will for the deed, you will allow me simply to remind you of the fact that while our contemplated school is to be based on Christian principles, it will be wholly exempt from sectarian , prejudice. By its ' instrumentality the sublime truths of the Bible will.be inculcated in that beau tiful simplicity which embraces the grand essentials of salvation, without prejudice to any denomina tional creed! I look forward...

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THE ENGLISH ARISTOCRACY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 19 October 1850

yTHE 'EN'GEiS ft 'A RJESTQCRACY. ^^TFromftAe! MtmUeiif^dii Soir,J X£ If there is in the world a -clas3 of which itapride may-be^if -not j qst_ified,: at least ex^ plained, by its power, it is assuredly Eng lish Aristocracy. Noble births large for tune, superiority of information, and prac tical' knotfiedije 'of business—all would seem unitedto inspire ttiii old aristocracy with a love of dominion audra spirit of exclusion, not suffering any' share and inth'e enjoyment of' social 'advantages. ?What, howeyer* do the English aristocracy ? Are they, as formerly the French nobility, 1 ike those circles of bronzs which human force may ;break but cannot extend ? or like thos.e -liqqits - of stone which the sea' may ?wash o.ver,;but not. drive back.. No; the English aristocracy, more equitable and more prudent, open 'their ranks to those ?whose influence has raised them to their level, no matter if they issue from the lowest classes: of society. The aristocracy give freely. arid^with a good...

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