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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 19 October 1850

Birth.                   At Brucedale, on Thursday, the 17th instant, Mrs. W. H. Suttor, of a son.

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PETITIONS AGAINST. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 19 October 1850

] PETITIONS AGAINST. Certain clergymen of the united i church of England and Ireland 13 Aug. 30. Inhabitants, town and district of { Parramatta ? 300 Aug. 30. 'Minister and membeis, Scots i| Church, Pitt-stieet ? 151 Sep. 6. Jfole and femalo teachers of Sunday I School Union, comprising the i Wesloyan, 'Independent, .and ,..-. ... ., ,,: : ? ;r I' Baptist ;denioiriinati6hs^ in Syd- . .- ,T I neyahd Us' suburbs. p.\:.'.Y;..?:' 232 Sep; '21. inhabitants,'' -towiv of .Wollongong ??'? ?' ' ' ; I ?and.district.v.^.. !;.-. -...;.!. .;.. 431 Sep. .25. Inhabitants ofShoalhayen ,u '.. .- , .,, ,51 Sep.. 25. Inhabitants .'of Windsor; district .V. 485 Sep. 25. Inhabitants of Murruruhdrdistrici . ' 93 Sep. 25. Inhabitants* town and' district of . -: ? : ' '-;;; 1 Dungpg ;.;..;:...:. ....;... . . : 518 Sep. 25. Inhabitants, town and . district of . ? ? ?, , ?'?- ? ? .it f Miidgee1'. .' '.'!'. .' S£....\ .'...'.'.',.'.: . , . ; 157 Sep. .25. inhabitants of Muswellbrobk and ' [.Mertpn v-:./U; ?;??...

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British Extracts. PROSPECTS OF THE FRENCH REPUBLIC TO THE PEOPLE OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 19 October 1850

British flxtraots. : ??(' :;TO.XHJE PEOPLE' OP;: VNGiAJifP.;;';-'' ' ' fStmcffxyTjmesti^^ .Fejip.w |Coaqtrymen,-r--The recent misun* derstaadiog between the Frenclvaad, Engr lisH'' governments /has ^directed '.;a -large am6unt-'of,at:teritibn:'to:''thV;4o™^8.|ti9i::|J%?^ of our neighbours. In ^hJ3 ^way; tepa ;6f thousands ureyiouslv doubtful and. perplexed have come to a final decision on the subject of the president/ -Thoiigh he has not served ; out' his T three years'; the trial1 of hia characr ter has been complete,; and he; ha$ ., bjj'eri ?, found wanting. In no one particular: has he answered the expectations of thoae who said he would Drove .much' /wiser than bis' ene mies gave birif credit for . On th'e contrary , he has, proved much more foolish :, because while it was in his powerto render himself popularr— .not so much''-Sy\'';dbinrgv tiorisas 'by ;':abstaioi^jiroro;'..b'ad''onM~h'e' has chosen to fly, in the face of pufrlic ppi nion, and to degrade himself to the level of...

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Sydney and Country News. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 19 October 1850

W^m^^^^m^m, A'tBUBT.rr':MR!tP1?R5~ A,( most ,cold * ana.; aeli&^e ..,1;,1 murier'/, .Jjyas, V committed , on Ttuiwwjf. last'^i'tB'e^tatioa of. Mr. Withers, : nepif^t|e | jBlaicic !' JDbg' Qreek. /' It appears , froni' '' tpV.eyidence taken, pefpre, .Captain , Ba&r, J. TP^^fiat the parties had,, :!been: drinking together, although not to. excess, on the .previous evening, and' that- some words of an angry nature passed between tb)wn» respecting the words of a song. Qn th£ following morning the, murderer, whose uaiiie is Madden, had a fight, with sticks with his victim, in which the. latter had the adv an tage : it wouid seem probable that tlife prisoner brooded [over his .defeat, and after an interval of two hours he went into, tlje ^ liut,-^ipd found a pair, of '.shears which; he broke ; ' he then chased . the deceased, : whose name was John Morrison, for about' tHreeKquarters of an hour, the latter endear vpiiring to save himself, by flight ; on coniirig^up,, tohim ...

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Colonial, Extracts. PORT PHILLIP. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 19 October 1850

.Colonial Extracts. PORT PHILLIP: A 'Man- from California.— Marble was iff Boston the other day, and strolling along the; wharf i» when he met a tall, gaunt look ing figure, whose sunburnt countenance and tattered parti - coloured- garments— ori- ginally of lthe mbst outlandishfashibn—had' that.Vpictures^ueness about them derived Qiilytftomr long.cpntinueid exposure to the atmosphere* which- fancy -. sketcher s; delight to paint bn^canvass. .-;J3an'j* who never . perm its' th'erlack of an intiod^cjio^ to inter|-r^;whenVhe desires to, mafce^ari.' acquaintance, hailed the manrr '-Hallo'! -myv friend j where are you from:'?' ,;? ' Jest' from I Calerforhy, strangeri' . '^Ahj indeed .! and you can. tell' us, then, whetHer: it's all true 1 about that ?.' some what anxiously interrogated Dan in reply. 'Trew.as' you live, and a'darned sight n^QXerrfpr'_np man out of. Calerforny raally doealiye,!^'; - .': . ?/'/'?.? - .'?'. . ' ? . ...' ?'. : V,Then:why:did you come back1?'1 '?Back!; why- to...

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THE PERSONALITIES OF TRANSPORTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 19 October 1850

THE PERSONALITIES OF TRANS 1 - ? ,. PORT ATI ON. It has very foolishly been urged by some that the. press has been incited to a deter mined opposition to transportation by a feel ing of disrespect towards the emancipist, or expiree .portion of the inhabitants of this colony. Nothing could be more remote from the truth than this idea. From the very commencement or the agitation to its close, we have put forth as an argument against the recurrence to transportation, that one of its bad effects would be, to re vive old class prejudices, and that the dis tinctions which existed in the penal times of the colony, and often produced unkind and uncharitable. feelings, were gradually disap pearing before a more healthy tone of so ciety. No one would more' readily and more happily than ourselves, bear testimony to the instances of private and public worth and respectability, amongst the class alluded to, with which not only the country at large, but our own district in particular, abounds. In...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 19 October 1850

To Xiet on Building* Xi8a3O3, npHE LAND fronting William-street, between the J. Wesleyan Chapel and the New : Bank. . For particulars apply to , .?:- : - , : / ; »Mh.J. PARKER. Building, Wheelwright, and Black- smith Establishment,     CARCOAR.                 JOHN KIRKPATRICK-begs to inform the in- habitants of Carcoar and surrounding country that he has re-commenced business in the premises recently occupted by his brother, Mr. Thomas Kirkpatrick, as Wheelwright and Blacksmith, and hopes by strict attention to the orders which may be intrusted to. him, punctuality, and, despatch, and by supplying a superior article, which he will be enabled to do, as he purposes keeping the very best material, and employing none but the best trades men, to merit a continuance of the patronage he formerly enjoyed.       &nbs...

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India. THE THUGS OF INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 19 October 1850

Sndia. THE THUGS OF INDIA. A curious and mournful, narrative ap pears in a late DelliV Gazette announcing the' death of a British briicer by the hands of Thuggees in India ; a: race of barbavia/ris1 whose crimes; we hbried. had; becoriie' tra-; ditibhary':-^— ' '; : ' ; ???' ;; -'?''?':'? '','''?' ?''? v; ;-/v '?' Some ' months ago we' ;anribunced:, the discovery' of ...the ^remaiiis 1 of a'hum^n body near the village of Bus'seean;' and the cirr' cumstances which led .' to 'the '.supposition that they we're the remains of the' late Lieii' tenant Brbckriian , of her Majesty 's 5 Otti Kegirnent'. Recent enquiries have con-' firmed the supposition, arid there now re mains but little doubt but the body found is that of the unfortunate young officer. It appears that a Thug had been seized by the authorities at Loodiariah with a view to undergoing the punishment of his crimps, and, after much cross-questibning' and de nial'.'pf his guilt, the man was threatened with transportation ', but ...

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STRANGE SCENE IN THE HOUSE OF LORDS—(JUNE 17.) [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 19 October 1850

STRANGE SCENE IN TflE'HOUSE OF LORDS— (Junk 17.) Lord Campbell officiated as Speaker. The gallery allotted to peeresses and their daughters was occupied at five o'clock by about fifty ladies, among whom the Che valier Bansen, the, Prussian , Ambassador, was discovered to be Bitting1 by the eagle glance of Lord Brougham. There were also a number of other ladies seated in the ?different boxes assigned to them below the bar. There was likewise a full attendance of peers at an early hour. Lord Brougham : My Lords, I have given notice, — yes, I have given notice to the party on whose conduct I am now about to make some comments. I believe that it is well known to your Lordships that no peer or commoner has any right in the gallery of 'the peeresses, and that any nobleman or gentleman being there infringes on the rules of the House. There is one gentleman (the -Chevalier Bansen) there now, and he has no righj^to be there. (Laughter among the peeresses,) .If he does not come down I must mo...

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

;- 5dalift»ipni&;M:''':'''!'';' S bppiujijti ^ on t n b. ^P^ains.-— We j-ubv lish ^ow^a i letter addressed to the editors of _..the ^^Rh^nto Transcript, which we find iti tKelcoIamns of that paper:6f yester [day. , vTbe^writer. has very, recently arrived [ini (hie ^Sicramento.-ryailey from' the United iStatea overland, land was an eye-witness of Iraany^ ofV/ltHe circumstances narrated : ['Messrs. Editors — Siuce my arrival in this I city frortii th'e ' PI Bins, J have seen ' to my Igreatijoyiandi satiafaction, that the citizens I Me, in some : 'reeasurei acquainted : with the |B«fi«rjng-{that ipreyails^ among . th'ejimmi lgrantsnpwcrpssingitlie plains.- -The nuna IW now on 'the plains is variously estimated ? from 50,000 to 100,000. souls, destined far ? this Eldorado'; th£ 'dne^ha'lf of whom will loot reach here without Buffering, and one I quarter without subsisting on their animals, I or enduring starvation. I have seen hun« j^reds, niore.tiftin 150 miles on the other I'i...

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THE BATHURST TREE PRESS. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1850. "MAGNA EST VERITAS ET PREVALEDIT." DEATH OF SIR ROBERT PEEL. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 19 October 1850

TffE BATHURST ¥ME PRESS. ^TURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1850. ?-.. 'srACJNA.EST TJBRITAS ET PK/ErALEBIT.' . .DEATH OE SIR ROBERT PEEL.. [ ? .England has lost one of her greatest— if not her. greatest— statesmen, and, the con servative party their ablest leaJer, in the ?death of Sir Robert Peel. Possessing ta lents of a very high order, both as a debater end a tactician, possessing also that inti mate knowledge of the English character. combined with an acquaintance equally in timate .of the political constitution of his country, and a statesman-like sagacity equalled by none of his contemporaries, he acquired a power and influence over the Tpry party of England, never possessed by any other man. Under his , leadership, so long as circumstarices permitted, that party ruled the djestinies of England ; but when, political knowledge became' disseminated through the middle and lower ranks of so ciety, and was accompanied by its unvarying .attendant— -political power, Sir Robert Peel -was the only ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 19 October 1850

TO ADVEETISERS. . SMITH'S 'I : j ? ' ?-— Saddle and Harness Manufactory, The cost of Advertisements ' J: ' william-street, tjathurst; v } 1 must lif» nflid nrpvimiq fn tlipiv in (.Next, door t0 *Ae Queen's Arms, and exactly i musr pe paia previous 10 tneir in- opposite the Haymdricet.y I sertidn. Advertisements will1 be - - — - — ? 1 rpcpived until div nVlnplr in Hip : —THOMAS SMITH ,; I reCdVea Unm SIX OC1OCK m tne TN returning his sincere acknowledgments to his I evening 0t Jbrida^', but Cannot be -L numerous friends and [customers for the very I wifhrlrflwn afrpi* TotaIva ci'n\t\n\e liber?l support with which they have hitherto I Wltnarawn alter ±WeiVe OC1OC& favored him, begs to inform them that he has made p On Tuesday. A liberal allowance considerable alterations and improvements in his H wrill 'hp rnswta +r» niovfi'oa rloat'vrino nf Premises, and that— although he has not been to M Will Oe made tO parties QeSllOUS Ot the Metropolis^-he has, in addition to his, former ...

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Miscellaneous Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 19 October 1850

BZiscellaxieous Extracts. A Rencontre with Arabs. — The fol lowing interesting narrative from a corres pondent at Constantine is published in the Conslilulionel:—''M. Mane, a merchant of Philippeville, was proceeding on the 16th of this month to Setif, in company with his servant, their vehicle being a small carriage drawn by one horse. _; On approaching Oued Temenia,.a village eight leagues from Constantine, they observed.with some anx iety that they were followed by seven Arabs- monnted on mules, who appeared to be seeking to surround' them. /They soon reached a stream which it was necessary to ford. M. Mane .alighted, left horse and carriage to the care of his companion, and drew ne«r the edge of the Wdt^r to ermine its ;ideptK.;3 MeanwfiileyiltniBg Arabs ha|) alighted 'f from their mules',* arid 'dividing themselves into Jtwq [separate, parties, three, of them rushed upon the sefvant, wHd'was' killed almost; on thej instant, being struck with two bullets, and pierced with twelve...

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[?]JAM COMMUNICATION BETWEEN [?] WEST OF IRELAND AND AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 19 October 1850

?eam communication between ^he west of ireland and ^Herica. (From the Adelaide Observer.) ^K-nd only m importance to the present ^^dght movement is the projected ^^^Mununication between the West- of ^^^HH^oerica. It is proposed by ^^^^^^^^^to start from. Gal way, ^^^^^^^^^?fcind some of the other seaports,ito ^shorteti wfep^rioilv-bf f 'iwssage*- fromithe;J[Jnitea Mngdom~to America. ^jAt present the undertaking is limited to afsiri'- gle steamer and a single port. 'Ih^ Viceroy was appointed to start from Galway on the 1st of June for New ;Yorki calling at.- Bait* fax en route, so that ifie next British advices may. bring us intelligence, of ; ;her departure. As on the tenant-right question, soon this steam' communication project, a re markable unanimity, auguring well for the ultimate; success of the enterprise, prevails amongst the Irish, press. ' ' '' . The immediate effects of the undertaking will be, by shortening the period of passage to America some 48 hours (the circumna viga...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 19 October 1850

: ? Black Bull Inn, Bathurat. Q AMUEL JENNER begs to intimate to the in i^ habitants of Bathurst and the neighbouring districts that lie has commenced business in the above-named Establishment, an d trusts that by strict attention to the wants and wishes of his guests, and by the care he shall ever make it his duty to exercise in the selection of his, Liquors, to merit a share of the public patronage. ' 'S. J. is conscious that in undertaking the man agement of his present Establishment, it will be incumbent upon him to use every exertion to maintain tho character it has hitherto borne, whilst in charge of the late proprietor, Mr. Tait ; but a long acquaintance with the details of the business, and a knowledge of its requirements, render him pretty confident of success. .His claims for support will be founded upon a well supplied Larder, Ales, Wines, and Spirits of the very best quality, civility, promptitude, and moderate charges. Just Arrived I ! I AN ELEGANT ASSORTMENT OF FASHION...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 19 October 1850

Local Intelligence.   FATAL ACCIDENT.— George Draper, coachman   to William Lawson, Esq., of Macquarie Plains, met with an accident on Saturday last, which caused his death on the following day. It appears that   he had been assisting to rope a young colt, and in endeavouring to get him into a stable, approached too near his heels, when the enraged animal kicked him in the abdomen with both feet. He was conveyed to his hut in a dreadful state of agony, and Dr. Busby was immediately sent for, who did all that medical skill could prompt, but without avail. The unfortunate man died in the afternoon of the following day. An inquest was   held over his remains on Monday, by Captain Sutherland, and a verdict in accordance with the above circumstances returned. Deceased was one     of a number of men hired in England by Mr. Icely for Mr. Lawson, and had been in his       &am...

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Miscellaneous Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 26 October 1850

IMCiscellaneous ESxtracts. The Prince Consort and the Turf. —The Sunday Times, a sporting paper, says 'It is a well known fact that the Prince Consort entertains a most decided aversion to that good old sport of horse racing, in accordance w ith notions ,of German growth, and has been more than once heard to express himself very strongly on the subject.' Settlement of the Dispute between England ani» France.— The last accounts from Paris inform us that the dispute re specting the affairs of Greece has been brought to an end. On Friday, ' General Lahitte made an announcement to. that effect to the Assembly. The English Cabinet has consented to go' back to the treaty of Lon don, and to substitute for such conditions of the arrangement concluded, at Athens on April 27, as have not been executed, the corresponding stipulations of the convention agreed to at London on April 19.- -Bell's Messenger, June 24 . Sydney Smith on the Faculties op Beasts.— -I confess I treat on this subject with...

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THE BAR OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 26 October 1850

THE ^MOP^NrtSLA^b; * f From the British Quarterly Repiew.j We feel -a great difficulty in! speaking of the actual practilionerB now, at the bar of England. Never at any period within a century and a half was the profession at 90 low an intellectual ebb as at this moment. It is not that there is any deficiency of the day labonrers— the plodding forraalist9 of the profession. These exist in greater numbers, and are probably as competent and -well read in the lore of books and practice cases as any of their predecessors. Bat superior intellects and brilliant talentB are, in our day, altogether wanting. There 5s no T5rskine, no Murray, no Law, no Homily, no Brougham, no Copley, no Den man, no Follett, we have not even in our time a Best, a Garrow, or a Scarlett. It ?will scarely be believed — but the feet is not the less deplorably true — that with the ex ception of half a dozen men, we can scarcely name a barrister who can now ad dress a^jury in an important cause with average abiJitv....

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REPEAL OF THE ADVERTISEMENT DUTY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 26 October 1850

REPEAL OF THE ADVERTISEMENT DUTY. fFrom PuncJi.) Yesterday, an enormous meeting of Ad vertisers of all denominations, took place in Palace Yard. Mr. Jenkins, as representing a class (the large class of domestic servants) was unanimously bellowed to the chair. From what we could gather of the senti ments of the speakers, they were (in frag ments) as follows : — . ' A Wet Nurse, a Respectable Young Woman,' thought it was like their impu dence that she couldn't offer in the news papers to take a precious baby for the month, without paying Eighteen Pence duty to that Lord Russell. ' A Lady's Maid turned 20' who under stands hair-dressing and millinery, gave it upon her honour and word that the Eigh teen Pence was shameful — abominable — and if the Queen only knew it — it was her (the Lady's Maid's) opinion— her Majesty would'nt permit it, that she wouldn't. «' A Hoaatkeepec to a ?ingk gentleaao. or, tradesman' said they had only to be unanimous to put down the eighteen pence for ever i....

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THE NEW YORK AND EUROPEAN TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 26 October 1850

THE NSW YORK AND EUROPEAN TELEGRAPH. In the New York Journal of Commerce there is a communication from Mr. John Wilkins, detailing his views of the means to be adopted for successfully establishing the use of the submarine electric tele graph, to connect New York with Europe at the nearest point in Ireland. He pro poses to lay a strong and well insulated wire on the bed of the ocean, between the east coast of Newfoundland and the west coast of Ireland. A repeating station may be erected at the last practicable mooring ground, 500 miles from the coast of. the former place, which would diminish the submarine stoge of the telegraph to 1 600 miles, little more than half the distance from Ireland to New York. Whatever the depth of the Atlantic may be, he proposes to lay the wire at the bottom ; but from all the evidence the writer can arrive at, he concludes that nowhere does the depth exceed two miles — in fact he thinks it more than probable that it is less than one mile deep all acros...

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