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THE WHIGS.—IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 28 July 1849

THE WKZ6S.-m2EiZ.ANB. Speech of Mr. D' Israeli on the Bill for Continuing the Suspension of thi Huberts Corpus Act in Ireland. Mr. DTsraeli said : Sir, it was my intention to have given a silent vote in favour of the measure of Her Majesty's Government. When it was first introduced to our notice, I felt it was my duty to express my opinion why I supported it and I did so without reserve. But after the speech of the Chief Secretary, I felt that I might be under mis apprehension of the opinion under which I sup port the Government, if I remained silent on this occasion. Sir, the reason why I support the mea sure of the Government is, that I think it is de manded by the exigency of the case. (Hear, hear.) The circumstances since it was proposed to our consideration may have in some degree varied ; there may have been some features of an alarming character then very evident, which no longer are visible ; but I believe the general as pect of affairs is not so changed, that I for oiie can...

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CARCOAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 28 July 1849

CA21COAE. The friends of Education, residing at Carcoar, including the most respectable inhabitants of that town, have forwarded a requisition to the Police Magistrate, S. North, Esq., requesting him to convene a meeting, for the purpose of considering the best means of affording their children the blessings of a sound education. The Police Ma gistrate, doubtless with sincere and hearty good will, has signed the requisition., and the meeting will, accordingly, be held on the 2nd day of August next, at the Court House, Carcoar. We sincerely hope that the meeting may be numer ously and respectably attended, and that measures may be devised whereby the rising generation may be essentially benefitted. Our Carcoar friends have taken a step in the right direction. The mere establishment of a school, however, is not the only thing that they want — they want a suit able teacher, and a person of this description it is somewhat difficult to obtain. There are hundreds of men who can write a go...

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FOREIGN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 28 July 1849

I Canada. — The ferment in Canada still continues ; ;'j and, notwithstanding the pacific pledges of the \ new president on the subject of interference with ??? the affairs of other nations, it is held that — ?) ' If there were to be anything like a general j rising in the Canadas, and an offer of fraterniza | tion (to use the term of the day in France) with ; us, it would be all but impossible to prevent the j people from rushing to the contest.' i California. — The arrival of the Wet Season, j and the suspension of the gold digging, has a lit ! tie abated the excitement lately prevailing. Num I bers of vessels, however, proceeding to the coun '?? fry* generally carrying a superior class of emi ? grants. We extract the following from the New I lrork Courier : — I ' Acapulco, February 11, 1S4.8. 1 ' The general impression is, from the various \ reports, accounts, and information obtained along jl this coast, that we got all the good news from the j gold diggings, the bad being left f...

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Quarter Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 28 July 1849

Quarter Sessions. Tnis Court was opened on Thursday lnst, at clevon o'clock, a.m., bolbrc the Chairmnn, E. Park, Esq., J.P. J- B. Richards, Esq., .T.P., and C. W. Green, Esq., J.P. The following barristers and attornics were in attendance. Barristers : Mr. Cullighan, the Crown Prosecutor, and Mr. Holroyd ; Attorn ios : Messrs. Bligh, Wadeson, and M'Intosh. STKALINO A RETICULE. Cornelius M'Cauliffo was charged with having stolen from the premises of Mr. Sullivan, publican, in this town, on the 1st of last July, one reticule, along with one hook, nnd sundry small articlos contained therein. The Crown Prosecutor opened the case, after which — Mary Ann Sullivan deposed, I am a. married woman, and my husband's name is Timothy Sullivan. I reside at present in Bathtirst. I remombcr losing a reticule contain ing a hook, a small box, and pocket handkerchief. I lost it at Mr. Sullivan's public house. About two o'clock I saw the reticule lying on the parlour table. I saw the prisoner there on ...

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Wool Markets. BRITISH WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 28 July 1849

Wool SEarkets. {From the Mark Lane Express. J BRITISH WOOL. Leeds, April 5. — We have not any change to report this week cither in demand or prices. Transactions have been small ; prices stationary. .Liverpool, April 7. — Scotch. — We aro still without any increase of stocks of laid Highland Wool, and little to do with ; prices are well supported ; white is in fair de mand. In crossed and Cheviot the stock is also ligf'it ; but consumers being for the present supplied there is little doing. Laid Highland wool, per 2Hbs., 6s. 9d. to 7s. G-1.; white Highland ditto, 9s. Gd. to 10s.; laid crossed ditto, unwashed, Ss. 9d. to 10s. Gd.; ditto ditto, washed, Us. to 12s.; ditto Cheviot ditto, unwashed, 103. to 12s.; ditto ditto, washed, Ms. Gd. to IGs. 9d. Imports for the week ? 234 bags Previously this year ? 185 1 ' Foreign. — At the public sales here on the 4th and 5th, the former day the fine wools were sold. The Port Phillip wool, comprising the largest quantity, and consisting of fair ...

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Police Office. Saturday. Before the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 28 July 1849

Police omoe. ? n ? Saturday. Before the Police Magistrate. James M'Donuugli was charged with drunkenness, and was fined jEI, or seventy-two hours in the cells. Monday. Before the Police Magistrate. William Wilson, on suspicion of being concerned in the murder of Benjamin Fox, at the Turon, was discharged. The prisoner had been examined on a previous occasion and had been remanded. There was no ovidence against him. Thomas Collins was charged with drunkenness, and was fined 10s. or 24 hours in the cells. Ann Wilkinson was charged with robbery and with having been in a disorderly house. The prosecutor did not appear, and the prisoner was discharged. Messrs. Itobert Rae, Thomas Grovcr, John Quinn, Patrick Butler, D. Henley, F. Strachan, F. Huddleston, and J. Dargan, were severally charged with permitting their cattle to stray, in the town, contrary to the provisions of the Town's Police Act. ' They were all fined 5s. each and 7s. the cxpences, making 12s. each person. Wednesday. Before...

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

TO SAMUEL NORTH, ESQ., Police Magistrate, CA11COAR. ^aiJIR, — We, the Undersigned Inhabitants of the Town f^ of Carcoar, beg that you will convene a Public Meeting-. at your earliest convenience, for the purpose of considering the expediency of adopting some measures by which, we may ensure for our Children the blessing of .1 wholesome education. (Signed) S. Meyer H. J. Clarice ?;.,?./)? James Boyd Thomas M'GEoaGB .- *iv Robert Rogers J. Twaddel Alex. Cla..k James Kerr . ,.;,.-, o B. Stimpson Robert Lodge John Gorrinoe Robert T. Lodge ; Robert Wilson W. Miller In compliance with the above Requisition, I hereby give notice, that a Public Meeting of the Inhabitants will be holden at the Court House, Carcoar, on THURSDAY, the Second Day of August next, at Twelve o'C'lock, for the purpose named in the said Requisition. (Signed) S. NORTH, Polick Magistrate. Police Office. Carcoar,) 21st July, 1S49. / SHOEH&KBE'S fiS-KZETEJaSi'Sr. 'IgrOHN PAGE has purchased a large and well ©J? se...

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Horrible Murder. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 28 July 1849

Horrible Murder. The Bench of Magistrates were occupied the whole of this day, investigating a charge of wilful murder, preferred against a man of the name of Joseph Marsh, hut keeper to Francis Little, Esq. On Thursday morning Marsh, after partaking of break fast at Mr. Henry Smith's inn, Scone, went behind the bar, and told him he had murdered a man at the same sta tion (about three miles from Scone) with a tomahawk, and that ho had intended murdering two more had they como in his way, giving their names. Mr. Smith at first thought the man was was romancing, but as the man appeared per fectly sober, Mr. Smith sent a, constable, and the moment he arrived, Marsh held out his hands to be handcuffed, and related to the constable the manner in which he per petrated the deed with a tomahawk, the place in which he would find the instrument, and other particulars ; that ho gave the unfortunate man two blows, one across the nose, the other across the temple. The deceased man, on examinatio...

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Appalling Murders in Liverpool. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 28 July 1849

Appalling1 SEurders in Liverpool. CFrom the European Times. J It is our painful duty to record a horrible and revolting murder in this town. At noon-day, near one of our crowded thoroughfares, surrounded by houses on every side, a lady, far advanced in pregnancy, her two children, and waiting-maid have been murderously attacked. The two children are dead, of the recovery of the mother no hopes are entertained, and it is only barely pos- . sible that the girl may survive her injuries. The house in which the dreadful scenes oc curred is si.uated in Leveson-street (No. 20), four doors from Great George-street — a highly respec table part o: the town. The family consisted of Mrs. J. H. Iiinrichson, her two sons, Henry George, ab)iit live years of age, and John Alfred, a line little fellow in his third year, and Mary Parr, tin; servant 'girl, who is in her thirtieth year. Mr. Hinrichson is the commander of the ship Duncan, belonging to Messrs. James Aikin and Sons, of this port. He saile...

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Wellington. POLICE OFFICE.—JULY 21st, JULY, 1849. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 28 July 1849

Welling-ton. (FKC»r OUIl OWN COHRESPONDENT.) POLICE OFEICE.— JULY 21st, JULY, 1849. John Benson, charged with being a runaway from Black Heath. The prisoner had been convicted at the Autumn Assizes, in 1848, for horse stealing, and sentenced 3 years in irons. — Apprehended by the Wellington Police on the 19th instant. Forwarded to the gang to bo dealt with. John Wright, charged with having in his possession a pair of pistols, balls, caps, and five skeleton keys. The ap prehending constable proved tho charge — remanded. This is the notorious Wright who was tried some time ago at Batbui'st for murder and bushranging. James Kcnssic alias Dan Donnelly, a suspected runaway, also charged with being drunk and disorderly, acquitted on the fivst charge ; fined on the second, one pound, or twenty-four hours in the cells. ? William Brown, suspected to be a runaway from Black Heath. It appeared that he received a sentence of three years in irons in 184C, for horse stealing, but he proved that t...

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THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, JULY 28, 1849. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 28 July 1849

THE BATllURST ADVOCATE. - SATURDAY, JULY 28, 1849. Tiieuk can be no doubt as to the ultimate fate of British authority in Canada. England will most certainly lose her North American Colonies. The very proximity of those colonies to the Republi can States is alone sufficient to sow the seeds of disaffection and disloyalty among the British people, located on the monarchical side of the St. Lawrence. It is said by some of the American journals, that in case the Canadians were to exhi bit unanimously a desire for annexation, it would be morally impossible for the American Govern ment to prevent the people from rushing to the assistance of 'their insurgent neighbours. All this sounds very well, and would indeed be ex tremely pleasant, were it not suggestive of the idea that, before the Americans can lend their friends personal assistance, they must necessarily come in contact with a few British bayonets, and it is just possible that these bayonets might arrest their course. It is extrem...

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

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. ' GAMMA.' — The paper on "THE ALTERCATIONS OF JU- DICIAL PERSONAGES" is under consideration.

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TO MALACHI MANGLELAW, ESQUIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 28 July 1849

TO MALACHI MANGLELAW, ESQUIRE, Ah ! little did we think, that day We took our watery journey ; That hero we'd have a word to say, To Grim M'Growl's Attorney. Give up the author, ' quotha,' nay, We'll see some change their creed?, first, And your dear friends, a bright array, Give itp some evil deeds, first ! 'Tis not the goodness of tho cause, Which makes them all so valiant ; 'Tis not to vindicate the laws, Each spurs his pony talont. With some 'tis rivalry in trade, With somo 'tis spite and envy ; Hq cast ono Benovite in shade, While there is law in Ben vie ! 'Then passion up and banish, peace, And cry 'tis rub-and-drub-ago : Till every man his neighbour seize, And cut him up like cabbage ! I'll write a satire on the times, So fearlessly I'll treat of thorn ; That some may, trembling, read my rhymes, And own their truth, in spite of them. ' The harder they the lemon squeeze, The more tho juice will squirt : Then squeeze away, my ' gom-mon.' squeeze, Some drops may mako you smart. ...

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

Impounded, AT HARTLEY, on the 12th of July, 1849, from the Estate of Mr. Joseph Collits, Mount Vittoria :— One red bullock, small horns, meeting at the jaws, white near fore and hind foot, flank and top of the tail, small star on the face, ille- gible, brand on the near shoulder like W or N. Day of sale, the lOth of August, if not sooner released. James M'Cay, Poundkeeper.

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

TO ADVERTISERS. tfgp13 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 communications for this Journal must be accom panied with the name of the writer, or they will not be inserted. JOHN VTALKSE'S COACH, WHEELWRIGHT, A.ND BLACKSMITH ESTABLISHMENT, NEXT DOOR TO THE POST-OFFICE. THE UNDERSIGNED begs lo inform his friends, 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, lie 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. DItAYS 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 order. J. ...

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The Murders at Standfield Hall. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 4 August 1849

The Murders at StandSeld Stall. Trial and Conviction of Rush. — The trial of James Bloomfield Rush, charged with the mur der of Mr. Jermy, sen., at Stanlield Hall, on the 28th November, commenced on the 29th March, at the Norfolk Assizes, before Mr. Baron Rolfe. A great number of strangers were present to hear the trial, including the Marquis of Douro, the Earl of Leicester, and several other peers. The trial lasted six days, Mr. Sergeant Byles, Mr. Dendergast, and Mr. Evans, conducted the pro secution. The prisoner conducted his own de» fence, and cross-examined the witnesses severely, and at great length, particularly Emily Sandford, the unfortunate young woman who was living with Rush at the time of the murder. A great number of witnesses were called, and of the five persons who saw the murderer at the hall at the time of his firing the shots, four identified Rush as the assassin, although disguised, and one said she was too much alarmed to be able to say whe it was any person sh...

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Empounded [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 4 August 1849

Eaijpousaded, At Hartley, on the 17th of July, 1849, from John Maxwell, Esq., J.P. , from Littleton :— One red cow, cocked horns, EJ near rump and ribs, TCoiT rump, and male calf, brands not legible. One blue strawberry cow, like JWD rump, a hole through the right ear. Said to be the pro perty of Mr. Wilson, late of Coninblee. One brown cow, CD over CD off' rump and thigh. One red and white cow, CD ofif rump. Said to be the property of Major Druid. One red bullock, white foot, b^lly, tail, and star on the face, like ML oil' rump. One brindle hoop horned cow, left ear split, branded like JT near ribs and shoulder. Damages 3d. each. D.iy of sale, August the 16th. James M'Cay, Poundkeepcr.

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ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 4 August 1849

E5KT@EiSSSI KfKWS. Tiif, Victory, from Glasgow, which arrived at Port Phillip on the 19th of July brings English News to the_ 5th of April. The following sum mary will furnish our readers with intelligence of the principal events which have transpired. Parliament adjourned on the 4th of April for the Easter recess. Henry George Ward, Esq., M. P., Secretary to the Admiralty, had been appointed Lord Kigh Commissioner of the Ionian Islands. Sir George Grey, Bart., has heen appointed a Grand Cross of the Civil Order of the Bath; and Lieut. -Colonel Miller, lale one of the Deputy In spectors General of the Constabulary in Ireland, has been appointed a Companion of the Civil Order. Mr. Tuffnell, M. P., one of the Secretaries of the Treasury, was to succeed Mr. Ward, as Se to the Admiralty. Mr. Roebuck, who has some time been out of Parliament, was, it was said, likely to be elected member for Sheffield, in the room of Mr. Ward. The revenue of the quarter, ending 5th April, exhibited an ex...

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Poetry. LINES ON VISITING BRISBANE WATER IN 1813. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 4 August 1849

S»oetry. LINES ON VISITING BRISBANE WATER IN 1813. Were health, and strength, and length of clays, But granted to my wish, my prayer, 'Twould be on nature's face to gaze, 'Whose lineaments are ever fair, And feel no time could all destroy That love I bore her when a boy ! And here, in this all snnny clime, Could I rccal my youthful prime, Though fraught with peril, woe, and pain, 'Well known to all the tuneful train ; I'd quit the haunts of busy life, Nor mis again in human strife. But give my heart and soul to song, Australia's woods and wilds among ! Oil ! there is joy and pleasure wild, Which I've experienced from a child, In wandering unconfincd and freo As mountain breeze or summer bee, And feeling still, where'er I roam, With nature's children most at home. Flowers, birds, and bees, and butterflies, Have no strange passion in their eyes, No look to make suspicion start, But win at once the willing- heart, And make the field, the glen, the grove, One scene of confidence and lov...

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The Bathurst Markets. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 4 August 1849

Tsxe Batliurst rvSas-ltets« For the information of our numerous friends and subscribers in town and country, we publish the Bye-Laws and Regulations of the above Markets. BYE-LAWS l'OIt ItEGULATIXO THE SALE OF UAY, BTItAW, COIIK, AND OTHfill GRAIN, &e. V, '.' ' ^, I. That, after the 2 1st of April,. 1S49, tharmnrkets\be opened every day throughout tho year, except. Suijaays, Christmas Day, and Good Friday. ?''' '?; i et.!f:; II. That the markets shall commence at five dVilocktin the morning, from the 1st of September. to: , the, lust day. of Febrnnry, and at six o'clock during the rest of .the. vcarf, III. That tho markets shall be closed at ten o'clocic'at night during tho year, except on Saturday nights, when they shall be closed at eleven o'clock. ; '.» ' IV. That, after the 2 1st of April, 1849, the Market Place, on the Church Square, shall be appropriated to the sale of beef, mutton, and other butcher's meat, pork, bacon, hams, tallow, butter, cheese, milk, eggs, poultr...

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