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To Captain CARGILL, Resident Agent, N. Z. C. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 21 July 1849

To Captain Cargill, Resident Agent, N. Z. C. Sir, — Several statements made in your letter of the 6th instant, need a longer explanation than can be given in writing; I shall therefore feel obliged by your permitting a copy of your letter of that date to appear in the next number of the Otago News. Allow me, at the same time, to observe, that the charge of 'misrepresentation,' as mentioned in your letter, as well as in the body of some petition at present before the public, will apply equally well to one side as to the other. Proofs may be readily obtained, and facts are de monstrative — words frequently but empty air. However much in a pecuniary point of view I may regret your decision, and your efforts to sup press the Otago News, I am confident that your own heart will hereafter condemn you for this act of injustice, and that you will deeply regret hav ing thrown down ' the gage of battle' against public opinion. A copy of your letter will be sent to Mr. Fox, the New Zealand Comp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 21 July 1849

[Advertisement.]— Cure of 'Dropsy by Holloway's Pill. — Mrs. Langley, residing at Castle-court, 'Dublin, had been suffering from dropsy for the last two years,, during which period she had been tapped several times ; no one thought she would ever get over it ; however, by living upon solids, eating plenty of animal food, abstain from tho use of all vegetables, and by taking a course of Holloway's celebrated Pills, for about seven weeks, she is perfectly cured. Females at the turn of life, who fre quently become dropsical, would do well to take from time to time a little of this regenerating medicine, thereby speedily removing all dangerous symptoms attending this critical period. TERMS FOB. ADVERTISEMENTS. For the first inch, one insertion, Three Shillings. For each additional inch, One Shilling. For future insertions, Half-price. The number of times to be published mustbc written on the face of the manuscript, or the advertisements will be continued till countermanded.. No verbal c...

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Wellington. THE SMALL DEBTS' COURT. Before S. Curtis, Esq., J.P., and—Cornish, Esq., J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 21 July 1849

Wellington. (jTKOM OUU OWN CCItRESrONDENT.) THE SMALL DEBTS' COURT. Before S. Curtis, Esq., J.P., and ? Cornish, Esq., J.P. Pannon v. Close. — This was an action to recover ,£10,. for a horse borrowed by the defendant from the plaintiff. The defendant put in no set off, and a verdict was given for the plaintiff. Stenson v. Harris. — This was an action for eight day's services of plaintiff and team, on account and benefit of defendant, at seven shillings per diem. Verdict for plaintiff. The district has been visited with several refreshing showers during tho last fortnight, but tho sharp frosts that, follow rather retard vegetation.

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Poetry. THE TRESS SUPPRESSOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 21 July 1849

Poetry. THE FRESS SUPPRESSOR. Axr- who is he, the Tress Suppressor ? Sour Simon's Sam of Melbourne ; Both hate that mighty wrong redvessor, Beth burn to do't an ill turn : And why ? ask truth, truth tells no lies ; 'Tis history, sir, their history ; What's present is before all eyes, 'What's wast is not a mystery. j Then by my good steel pen and ink, .' If truth's said aught in reason ; ' The more they stir, the more they'll stink,' As hotter grows the season. In freedom's battles we have fought, Where freedom's foes were stronger ; And here we'll not bo sold and bought, By power nor perjurymonger ! We love no Solons with a squint, Purblind upon occasion ; Nor liberty to write and print, At any man's dictation ! We'll here in no one's shadow walk — As streams that flow, or run, shino ; So wo, howe'er embank'd, will talk, And claim our share of sunshine. What we assert, we'll re-assert, Truth stoops to no retraction : If launch' d nt public wrong, the dart, Eight views, well pleased,...

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New Zealand. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 21 July 1849

New Zealand. ('From the Nexo Zealander.J It is with feelings of the deepest regret that we have to an nounce the commission of another dreadful crime. A year has barely elapsed since ono monster expiated his atroci ties with his life ; and wo had fondly hoped that it would have been long ere such another miscreant could be found to appal the hearts of our peaceful community. ^Such however, unfortunately, has not been tho case, and wo pro ceed to relate the particulars, as far as they have trans pired, of as barbarous a murder as can well bo conceived : On Monday morning, June 18, a pensioner named Edward Jones, carrying on the business of a butcher at Panmure,. left the village to purchase pigs, as it is believed, for Auck land. On leaving home, Jones had his watch and about £S in cash in his pockets. Yesterday morning, as a brother pensioner was proceeding by the short cut round Mount Wellington to Auckland — the same path by which Jones was going home — ho was alarmed on perceivin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 21 July 1849

Settlers' Wholesale Price Current. SYDNEY. 'Wheat is realising 4s. to 4s. fid. per bushel. Flour is quoted at £11 per ton, fine; and £10 seconds. Maize is worth from 3s. Sd. to 3s. lOd. per bushel. English Barley of the very best samples only is saleable. Cape Barley is very plentiful, and dull in sale. Hay from £'1 to .£4 10s. per ton. . Butter is saleable, if good, in demand. Cheese, scarce, and enquired after, Bacon and Hams, very saleable, if prime; in good demand. Egos are scarce. Fat Pigs, prime and in good condition, are saleable. Fat Calves. — Nominal. Fat Sheep.— Prime ones are in demand, at 7s. upwards. Tobacco. — Very scarce, and in great demand. Caution to the Public. PTSJ^HE Public are cautioned not to receive the under JH mentioned Cheque and Order, viz. : — One Cheque, £($ 4s. 9d., drawn by George Tova, Esq., on the Union Bank, Sydney, in favor of Henry Hewitt, dated April 27th, 1848. And one Order drawn by Mr. James Cal laghan on Mr. Charles M'Philemy, in favor of Ti...

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Sir Charles Napier. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 21 July 1849

Sir Charles Xffapier. CFrom the Times, March the 2Qlh.) It Avants only a few weeks to complete the period of half a century since Colonel Arthur Wellesley made that successful attack which enabled Gene ral Harris to establish his out-posts within a mile of the citadel of Seringapatam. The recollection of the brief disaster that preceded that .success, and of the unbroken continuity of glorious achievements which followed it, will help to dis pel all fears for the career of the General who sets forth this day to the field of Eastern conflict under the auspices of the Vicar of Assaye. There perhaps has been only one other instance, within the last half-century, of a commander de signated by the popular voice to take the manage ment of an important expedition. Nelson was summoned from his rural cottage at Merlon by the concurrent voice of the nation, to sail on the memorable cruise which ended with victory and death at Trafalgar. Sir C. Napier sets forth, in deed, under circumstances, ...

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The Rosident Agent at Otago, and the Editor of the "News." [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 21 July 1849

The S&esiclezaS iLg-esit at Otag-o, and tho SSditor of the ' BJews.' fFrom the Nelson Examiner, May 19.) We have seen, with surprise a letter from Captain Cargill, the Otago Resident -Agent, to thepropuic tor of the newpaper in that settlement, withdraw ing all support from his journal because of a cer tain article in one of the numbers, which did not, in the Captain's eyes, give quite so glowing a de scription of the country as he would like to have seen, and which was calculated to lead intending emigrants to so far moderate their expectation of the Otago block, as not to expect to find it a per fect paradise. This was certainly a grave offence, and one which was but little relished by the Otago Resident Agent, who, we can clearly perceive, is a gentleman who likes other people to think after his own fashion, and is little disposed to tolerate the expression of opinions that are in any way opposed to what he fancies to be his interest.' If Captain Cargill is an advocate fo...

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GRMENACRE OUTDONE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 21 July 1849

GKMSNACK3 OUTDONS. Under this title we have given particulars which have been very meagre, from the French papers, concerning the body of n woman found 'floating on the Seine, the limbs having been severed and corded to the trunk. We translate the following details from La Democratic Pacifique : — The wo man's name was Huet; she has had three chil dren, one of whom, a girl of thirteen, survives and lives at Auvergne. This woman's husband, from whom she had been separated many years, came to Paris a short time back, and found his place occupied by a young gardener who lived with the woman Huet as her husband. The true husband seemed in no wise scandalised at this arrangement, and his successor without any irri tation having' been manifested by any party, offer ed to the newly-found husband the restitution of his wife. The offer was accepted, and Huet was installed into his wife's domicile, addressing no re proach either to her or her gallant. A few days after Huet sought out the youn...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 21 July 1849

Our facetious and spirited contemporary, Bell's Life in Sydney has the following remarks on the J.P.'s of New South Wales. The article is levelled at the Magistracy of Sydney, but will apply to other Benches. The press is the only power which can expose abuses of this sort, and induce the Executive Government to strike off the master roll of our magistracy those who never attend to their duties except on certain occasions. Let it not be supposed that we allude to our magistracy generally, for the majority of them we have the highest respect — ?but we hate to see men who seldom attend to their duties prostituting the dignity of magisterial authority, by being punctual in their attendance when cer tain cases are to be tried. '? There are few official situations in the coun try of higher importance, or which more mate rially affect the interests of the community than those of the Magistracy. The duties of P.M. or J.P. well administered, carry with them the most, valuable influences, bu...

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Prison Discipline. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 21 July 1849

Prison ^Discipline. Extracts in the London Daily Naws, 12th March, from the annual report of the llev. Mr. Davies, Chaplain of Newgate, London, as presented to the Mayor and Aldermen of the Great Metropolis for 1847-S:— . Summary- Convictions,-— I have for the last year, or two been strongly impressed by a number of facts, that the first step to destruction has, in many cases, been a summary conviction. This is ?a'resiilt very different from what I state above, .but it is just as true.' r While I am assure as I ,can be that many an honest man has been thoroughly frightened out of his guilty habits by mere apprehension, with or without conviction, I am' as certain that many a poor boy and girl has become a hardened and inveterate thief by a thoughtless and hasty summary conviction. This has been one out of many causes of crime that have escaped observation, when recent acts of par liament have been made to multiply convictions and put down petty offences. Every endeavour should be ma...

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Miss Emma makes a Dog in a Blanket. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 21 July 1849

KEiss ESirnna makes a EPog' in a blanket. rVrom the Greatest Plague in Life.) Not one day went over our heads without some dreadful blunder or other being committed by the ninny. Now, for instance, Mi\ Edward had been savine, in his nasty mean way, as he never had a pudding or pie for dinner, he supposed ribbon had got so dear the housekeeper couldn't afford pastry -t so I thought I would put a stop to his shabby satire, and let him have a nice ' dog in a blan ket,' as a treat for dinner one day — especially as he's very partial to it; and certainly, if it's made with a nice thin crust, and plenty of good straw berry — or even don't mind if it's raspberry — -jam, I do think it is as nice a dish as can well be put on table — only the worst of it is, one's apt to eat too much of it ; and I don't know whether my fair readers And ifc oo vvil.li Clicui Ol HOC, OUt 10 me it's rather indigestible, or, I must say, I should let dear Edward have it oftener. Accordingly, as of course, I fancie...

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THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, JULY 21, 1849. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 21 July 1849

THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, JULY 21, 1849. The Police Office at Bathurst has this week been the scene of a most memorable event — an event unparalleled in the recent history of police affairs. The proprietor of this paper has again been com mitted to take his trial at the next circuit court, for re-publishing,' in a police report, dated June the 16th,[the verses contained in. the number dated 26th of May of The Bathurst Advocate, ? and which were published under the title of ?(?'Poetical Crumbs.' The committal itself was ?an insignificant and ordinary event, and such as , might occur in any place or before any bench ; ? but the mode in which the said committal took place gave to that committal a degree of interest, and stamped it with an amount of importance, which, under any other circumstances, it could never have obtained. Two of the magistrates, J. S. Rodd, Esq., J.P., and H. Heathorn, Esq., J. P., were of opinion that the case should be dismissed, but the third part of the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 21 July 1849

TO ADVERTISERS. Iggg15 The amount must be paid previous to the insertion of an advertisement, which must be sent before twelve o'clock on Friday, and all orders to withdraw, not later than four o'clock on Wednesday afternoon. ? o ? ;- All commu?iications for t?iis Journal must be accom panied with the name of the toriter, or they will not be inserted. JOZSX? WA£iUE'S COACH, WHEELWRIGHT, AND BLACKSMITH ESTABLISHMENT, NEXT DOOR TO THE POST-OFFICE. pgpiIE UNDERSIGNED begs lo inform his friends, §|L and the public generally, that he is prepared to execute orders in any of the above branches ; and from his thorough knowledge of the business, he is able to finish all orders in a proper and substantial manner, and to turn out work far superior to any done yet in Bathurst. GIGS and SPRINGS made or repaired. DRAYS of every description. LIGHT SPRING CARTS of a superior model. CARTS, PLOUGHS, HARROWS, SCARIFIERS, WHEELBARROWS, CHAFF-CUTTERS, And every description of Farmer's Implements made to...

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Police Office. MONDAY. Before D. M. Irving, Esq., J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 21 July 1849

Police Office. M.OXDAV. Before D. M. Irvine, Esq., J.P. William Orchard was charged with drunkenness, anil was fined 10s., or :M hours impriso..ment in the cells. This was the only csisc on the list. Tuesdav. Before the Police Magistrate. Dennis Day was charged with dninkciuuss, and was fined 7s. Gd., or 24 hours in tho celis. WEDNESDAY. Summons List. — Before tho Police Magistrate, and J. S. Rodd, Esq., J.P Taskev v. Cnmniings. — Mr. Bligh appeared for Mr. Cummings, and applied to the Bench to postpone the ense until Wednesday week, on the ground that his client was summoned to attend at Sydney, in an Equity suit. Mr. Wadeson, for the complainant, opposed the application. The hearing of the wise was postponed until tho 1st of August, on condition that the defendant should pay one pound to the complninant for loss of time incurred through the postponement. ? .Lord v. Foster. Tho (lefumlmifs woro -fiery-ants -to Mr. ? Lord, and were charged' with neglect of duty. 'Mi1.' Bligh applied...

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTEE. TUESDAY, JULY 16. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 21 July 1849

TUESDAY, JULY 1G. Commutation of Sente\cb. — His Excellency the Governor directs it to be notified, that the Right Hon. tho Secretary of State for the Colonies, has signified in his despatch of the 27th January last, No. II, her Majesty's gracious commands, that tho sentence passed on George Newman, by the ship Hashemy, be commuted from four teen to seven years transportation, to be computed from the date of conviction. Twenty-Five Pounds Reward, oa a Conditional Pardon.' — Whereas it has been represented to the Govern ment, that, on the lGth of last month, a shepherd, named Benjamin Fox, residing at the Turin, about forty miles from Bathurst, was murdered by some person or persons unknown, a reward of twenty-five pounds will be paid to any free person who may, within six months from the present date, give such information as shall load to the ap prehension and conviction of the guilty party or parties ; and if the person giving such information be a prisoner of the Crown, applicati...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 28 July 1849

TKRMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Aro Six Shillings per Quarter, payable in advance. Single numbers, Sixpence. The Quarters end on the last Saturdays in March, June, September, and December, and on which dates only can resignations be received, which must be accompanied by payment of all money's due. TERMS FOB ADVERTISEMENTS. For the first inch, one insertion, Three Shillings, For each additional inch, One Shilling. For future insertions, Half-price. The number of times to be published must be written on the face of the manuscript, or the advertisements will bo continued till countermanded.. No verbal communications can be attended to and al] postages must be prc-paid. AGENTS. Mr. J. W. WHITE, Schoolmaster, Kelso. Mr. WALKER, O'Connell Plains. Mr. RALPH COHEN, Carcoar. Mr. JAMES MORLEY, Stationer, Sydney. Mr. TOLANO, Canowindra. Mr. E. W. EVANS, Schoolmaster, Montefiores, Wei' linyton. Edited, Printed and Published BY BENJAMIN ISAACS, fSole Proprietor^ At ' The ^athurst Advocate'' Office, Will...

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTS. TUESDAY, JULY 29. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 28 July 1849

Q-OVSj&NJfflEXST G-ii-ZSTrS. TUESDAY, JULY 29. At eleven o'clock on Thursday, the 23rd day of August next, the following Town Allotments will be offered for sale by public auction, at the Old Military Barracks, George-street, Sydney, at the upset price affied to each lot respectively, on the terms and conditions, and under the provision of the Act. (Deposit 10 per cent.) TOWN ALLOTMENTS. Upset price £8 per acre. Wellington, 2 roods, allotment No. 1 1 of sec tion 13. 97. Wellington, 2 roods, allotment No 12 of section 13. Note. — This allotment is subject to inundation. 98. Wellington, 2 roods, allotment No. 13 of section 13. Note. — This allotment is subject to inundation. 99. Wellington, 2 roods, allotment No. 14 of section 13. NotRi — This allotment is subject to inundation. 100. Carcoar, 2 roods, allotment No. 10 of section 16. 101. Carcoar, 2 roods, allotment No. 6 of section 14. 102. Carcoar, 2 roods, allotment No. 7 of section 14. 103. Carcoar, 2 roods, allotment No. 8...

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Poetry. SONG. TUNE :—"ROY'S "WIFE." [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 28 July 1849

Poetry. SONG. TONE :— ' ROT'S 'WIFE.' Woixongong, and- Illawarra, Wollongong,' and Illawarra 'j '???_ Hoy's wife was ne'er so fju'r, As Wollongong and Illnwarra. The times may take a sulky fit, Li'kb any honest married woman, Whoso husband is — what sho is not, 3?or she's a mind above the common. . Wollougong, &c. But nature here for ever smiles, Her mountain paths lead up to Heaven ; Where sights and sounds the soul beguiles, Of every ounce of earthly leaven ! Wollongong, &c. As I went up to Jamberoo, I met so many pleasant people,, 'Twos still good day, and howd'you do ? And how are all around tho steeple ? Wollongong, &c. I thank'd thorn, asking how are yon. And how are little Tom and Katy ? And that sweet infant,. well, I vow, I never saw a child so pretty ? Wollongong, &c. And then the pigs would gracious grunt, The dog would sot his tail a shaking ; And wives would smiling say, now won't You just step in and taste our bacon ? Wollongong, &am...

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IRELAND. THE RATE-IN-AID AGITATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 28 July 1849

lEBLAH!). THE RATE-1N-A1D AGITATION Dublin, Thursday Evening. — A board of guar dians in the. King's, County wind up a series of resolutions against the sixpenny rate, by calling on the other unions throughout Ireland to unite 'unanimously, with the view of firmly resisting the payment of the impost in the event of its be coming the law of the land. The proposal of Sir R. Peel to colonise the west of Ireland with a new race of proprietors — for it amounts to that — has been the subject of absorbing conversation among all classes, and opinions are very much divided as to the feasibility of his plan. CAPITAL CONVICTION. James and Hector Reilly were found guilty at the Leitrim Assizes of the murder, by' poison, of the Rev. Father Maguire. who also met his death under similar circumstances. Mary Reynolds, the housekeeper of the rev. gentleman, was put upon her trial for the murder of his relative, but was a second time acquitted. The two Reillys were ordered for execution THE ARMY IN IR...

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