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To the Editor of the Bathurst Free press. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 30 November 1850

'-'. :? To the. 'Editor 'of 'tie BaUmrti'PrxPrus^fj, '', A: little Jcaming'isibdhn&ivoixsi thing, :-ih '--.lu -v?,^ , ? Drink deep, or tnsto uot, tlKfl'ierinn spring;:, --.-:,-, ' ' .TFov'scanty draiiglifs intp'xkatc' the 'h'raiii, ''; v' ,.;- W'L Biit clnhlciiig largely sobers' us ^'agaiti;' - .-f V' :-;/;' r;J'.' , Sir— Although, in your Isstic'fof 'the'vlOthrinitJin^yeffli,'' ' professed ; toi hayo extracted a portion of the. yin^sarifrppi' ,* '?? my. ink, yet it appears, the comnjunicution. naflf od Jfrom. - your ' hands so' 'e*m;aiiigly fsdur f and)-unValVta»lfe;* tffit '' 'Custbs Oviuin;»v«ho..ovidenUy ^^ roidii-wlih' 'atl^iO.ofr^^-v cuuld not. retain' it.^but'after swalldwirig waa^biigea^ r/ i disgorge it,., and; there, crnno forth i .amosti'uxtraordinorjr--^'' flow/of bile,-1' bitter as gall '? and. ''green'dti 1a'Kai!5.T''!Lt ;.4*-'i': ?-,' '?? I could not repress a Teeling of regret wlieti J.Tbaai'tHe;';'' production of l- Gusto's Ovium,??; that my. .dose had-prpve...

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To the Editor of the Bathurst Free Press. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 30 November 1850

'HWiho^itbrx^th^Mthurk'Frie Prat. - ; - ' ^rivr-In* studying' the-hiBt6ry tit fe, country at differen ' e*pbcliB -Wf 'Its' 6xisten6e- ' wh'en we ^^ -contraiit1 aflqioiit ?? aiid modeni3 vtiiiai, iiri siM'twrarjrthinit ^^ «ci-und .xuadergolni' » ampngat itrangera Inia1 foreign l*nd : frequently thia p«|ff ? ?.-. ?a away; aHra'dofis e'stabliSKa; &ad;MH2paa8(fe^ -acp,i»nd,.being;bn^fejv,jall :allke incc^4 Ijbutjt^p^radedsnv destroyoSi' for tKe^valttalilo *vad«T are'nbtf vitjtafeltf^iant'r^ of^capital,^cflaBqu.on%V^ttej:gOJ0hi^nosti^Ml^ sons to leave ; ftheirf pativeihoines,: offured.;large tractsfofo ;; ; land' to aUy :ofi6?'thdtwuTd^grvo^'^robflt^iai^-tliv#* ? JdfesMl&tt^- i * ,08jto'n; ;amp,u,ntVof ' specie |to.. inveslb;Mpon 'stocit,t4ici-By,;f -11 sthls moans lar^p'po'jtjotfaorviu^ralld'^ve'^ v of; and.ifho Ba«/n6w;'Becpme/efi8bntfiiUyy tljf;;hp-)aet 5f 5»'b¥^. j» ' ' tered ? pepple-^at'country': capablb flnly, of -yielding?1 ii -limft'eirV*' produccls^ ^^ But,' lot...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 30 November 1850

1 :'' ?;;;jQ:^i-^BfisEiRs. ' - ' The - cost ' Jof ? 'Advertisements mu§t he .paid .previous , to' their in: serfcipp. ,k ^Advertisements^ tytII :be received ;until /six o'clock' in tlje evening of .Friday, but cannot be withdra^ after, .Twelve , o'clock on';'tu£S-jay. A liberal allowance Tnil'Tbesmade to ;parties desirous of advertising for» three or six months. , JNTp communications! will be pub lished in this Journal, unless ac companied by the name of the CorrespoHLdenjt. ', BA.THTTRST PBBB PEE3S GENER'A&J PRINTING OFFICE. T)OSTERS, 'Hand. BilLi, Circulars, Cards, Bill X ' 'Heads,1 tfabels, Lator and Mercantile -Forms, ' AS ALSO, EVEar DESCRIPTION OF JOB P. Jft JPH6 Executed with meatness, accuracy and despatch' and on Reasonable Terms. ' To be Sold at tbls Office, '. Ji ' ' FORMS OF npENDERS for a Lease of a New Run of Crown X t- j ' - ' Lands. ' ALLOCATIONS, for, a Lease of Waste Lands of the Crowu, beyond the Settled districts of the !; Colony of New South Wales. TENDE...

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To the Editor of the Bathurst Free Press. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 30 November 1850

-,myielEdiiw'ofth$ ? Sir,1— A' correspondent rejoicing' iin'.the name 'p(. Mr. Timothy [Swishtail /(query ;3witchtail P) 'liaiir thoughti.pfQper^to ['.reflect; pn^tlie.peopj.e :\pf:;-Qrfifigey, with::refere,nc.erto theirvprpqeedinga i 6n(the ;pccasioii'..i of the ^ receTit ''visit iof, Mr ;Dar!vfTill. to their,' -listript. ; XfterjsrielBring1 Uijtbeiinsigriificarice of the district,;' (which iafter alllriiay con tuioJasmany wealthy arid intenigentagehtlemeni;as; any/ other portion pf the ; county, of,,' ^Batljursti.XJier^as thought ; proper to i. make 'a .most urijustifiabh? ^^and little-minded attack, ? brirMiViWilii^rn-tancV'^' ,'.:^u .^-i-, .;'...-. : ?... --.'..,} :??? Mr .: Swishtail;caririot '? allow ^ M.r.(tnne to express , his approval » of' MrS-DaiVall'sV-gpneral- conduct' while in ^the .: Council,n'twith(-.ut t-Attributihg motives tohi'm, so-jelfgdhtly. and .cjassically .eX|-ress^U by the terms 'blai-riey, and soap.' , ', I . am confident , that nP' one that knows; Mr; Lun...

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COURT OF REQUESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 30 November 1850

: reUinedy;and the prpc^edin83;in rRbnse^u^hpeiWBte; :; ^fe?i4e&pjm;aj ;?; ; / '/ This j«rais an; action* |6r^$|h!e/ Mi^ed ^lu-£pf ! certain rSurgicaV instrumenti^in x^nectioh; With certehi interestirtg' Sliirgical' opetation8'.performed ; by Dr.Bayra;:fof;;urfttiiral^M per- Bon of the qubndai^ap'ostle DffSydneyiteetotaliam, and*, jlate 'h host! ^^th'6 Australian ^ihotel^Mr^' M'Guigan w . :';i.Th'ifc)£tettttetf geriilemarifs' ^ioasa was ' ohampioned;by ;Mr.;MBcinto8b,r whilat.Mr; ^ade ; «oni under took to , ,pi1p:y«;rtbat -, amongst all in j urpd j and; .long-suiFering nien. Dr. ;, Bayes .stood rfore-; - :XjilQ5t ;?;.'.; ;-?; A'f:-^(;'V;s ?*i-».1';;-:s':Vfri'f?iVv'';i'-Vj';. -'V.-; ;.- : ' ???'.i '???;? ; :/H;It-nppear?d .:fcoml^e;o.yidenpe:Qf:^r;iB4y-$*irthat- MF.-M'Guigan ?was.the! yictimfof. an organic i coin-; piaintjwhichi'xldomad. f.the ^^.ancien.t.jaud, .illustrious rjBC^;of.4he 'j^ffoigaiiisi^^periflh^ in; the person of, its preserit^repfeseritative; arid' aatjhe; ha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 30 November 1850

Smportant to Settlers, Storol_eep~ ors, Blac2s:s:x_it_i3, and others. »s ' IREDALE & Co.'s IRON STORES, (USTABLIBHED 1820.) ' TREDALE AND Co., respectfully inform their X old customers, that they have lately received arge additions to their already extensive and varied Stock of Ironmongeryi And whilst confident they have for many years past enjoyed the highest reputation for furnishing1 a really good article, they are also sensible, that coupled with that reputation, tlieir house has been considered high in proportion. They would now wish to impress upon tho mind of the public, that in aonsequenre of the advanta geous arrangements they have made with the home Merchants, to be supplied with the same quality artitle as heretofore, direct from the manufactories, they are placed in a position, and are determined to compete with any other house in Sydney j and they feel assured that the present price and quality of their stock is such as cannot fail to give satNfnctiwn. .Settlers...

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Original Correspondence. EDUCATION. To the Editor of tile Bathurst Free Press. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 30 November 1850

&& Jbtht Editor of ttie liathwsi Free Press. , '?:-: I SfiR^rPertfiit one through the rinedidm of .theiprefent ii*it of JedacitibnEin the interior #terM$ti^ifitfti^ a, ^^H^^^it^|^:i^iQDa^S|qh^,;l'ain; ^^^^?tty.apDly: generally; and it is ^^^^^^Beja Anted tnat this, important ^^^^^KitoHteo wholly uucared for ^^^^JHb«coloniBU. ^^^^^^?lUefac^ that education M^andfpu^lhto^iraiBU^ Gd^pw^rit^ay^fiflbr^jR^^e^ ^^tini^tb^ir|bMliar(B^fti^^^ pbf^tWfi-;|ii$^^^ mw^TO^theiattdM^ crb^ferrittlf ^redte#pbmic^^ daily assuming a |igft;i-iw^xjm por taint ^lia-j rafejteir ^^ih^the^- mem * influentiM?;qiiarterfl!^riY Blllan^^^^^^^ifticfyi-it3 ^eed^^gte^t* stretch of imaginatibn^jf ore^ oat '??? adcjpted'r ^nd^; is'^destined^o ? be-ioin,e: ^reat; in Mfuiur^^istbry^-and^ and commaDdiri^poiBition:^ dfj^e;earth^: iJuch^ th^D^b^gt^^asej.it b'ecoraeVour'^iW^ei'ktl^^ selves to tra^^th^jpr^ tioa m sucB na?manner;a3-' will Enable thera' tS-ir^p%rtIto^tbfeir';^ Lriyaiuabie blessings' bi^ a ;%6u-id'...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 30 November 1850

Eiocal Intelligence. Scientific Tour.— As soon ai his, prespne en gagements will permit, Mr. Grayling intends making a tour of the mineral districts, passing through Molongto Wellington, at which places, if sufficient encouragement be given, he will 'deliver lectures upon subjects of local interest, comprising chemistry, geology, -&c, and their connection- with mining. We doubt not but. he will bo able, to ob^ tain an audience at both places, as there are many Individuals, particularly in the neighbourhood, of Molong, who take an active interest in such matters'. ? ' # .' ' v- ' Melancholy 'Accident. — Two /boya,' ,na.mtd John- Griffins and Matthew Ryan, the former about fourteen years of age and the hitter floine- ' thing younger, left Mr. Charles Parker's residonce, at Popper's C'reek, on Sunday morning last witffa fowling pieco, -and after an absence of a'ffe* minutes, the boy Ryan returned to the house in great trepidation, and called to h'a companion's mother, ' Oh ! co...

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THE BATHURST FREE PRESS. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1850. "MAGNA EST VERITAS ET PEVALEBIT." THE FRANCHISE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 30 November 1850

tjik BrVTuansr me pkkss. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 30^ 1850. ?*MAONA E9T VBRITAS ET P1UBVAIEBIT.' THE FRANCHISE. Just at the time when that roost sapient of all deliberative assemblies—the 'Sydney Corporation — had declared that no man who did not pay a vearly rent of £20 had brains enough to guide him ia.his selection of a Common Councillor, news arrived that the moat conservative body in the universe — the British House of Lords — had adjudged the people of the Australian colonies who paid half the amount of rental, as possessed of information and discernment sufficient to elect their, representatives in the colonial ^Legislatures. We are, therefore, ted to ask the question— who are right — the gentle men of the , Sydney Corporation or the Peers of the ,, British realm? Thia is a question fraught ^with euch immense im portance to, the future interests pf this land, that we cannot arrogate that quantum of dogmatism which would urge us to the delivery of a verdict. . This is a new country....

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Miscellaneous Extracts. OPINIONS OF THE AMERICAN PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 7 December 1850

miscellaneous Extracts. OPINIONS OF THE AMERICAN / PRESS. A man who would cheat a printer would steal at a meeting-house and rob a church yard. If be had a soul, ten thousand of its size would have wore .'room' in a mosquito's eye than a building in -the Pacific Ocean He ought to be winked at by blind people, and kicked to death across logs by cripples. —Ann Arbor Wolverine. . Amen I/Such a being would steal the molasses out of a sick nigger's ginger cake ; take from a drunken roan' his last chew of tobacco ; 'walk' at night through the rain to ^deprive; a blind sheep of its fodder ; travel .fifty; miles on a. fasting* stomach to cheat a idying woman out of her coffin, and steal wax out or a dead dog's ear. Such .a. man ought to be tied to a sheep's tail and butted to death.: — Florence Enquirer. Exactly so ; and that isn't all. He would ] break a 'Surveyor's level to get out the al cohol, and his wife's watch for the mock jewels ; bid against a woman at her dead husband's auction ;...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 7 December 1850

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Smelting Operations. — A few days ago we^tisited: the Yatala Smelting Works, which are now again in fu'.l operation. We were.{surprised to see the progress made since our/ last; visit,' and 'the excellent ar rangement of - the ?- whole. There are now 'completed two blast furnaces— one of which is not: used^ and three reverbatory furnaces, one not completed. Our readers may not be generally, aware that the Yatala Smelt ing Works were built for^the purposeof operating on invention of our townsman. Dr. Davy, which consists in th- application of the hot blast to the smelting of copper ores, has now ascertained this invention is entirely successful. It riot only produces the very finest quality of copper, but is pe culiarly adapted for the smelting the poorest ores ; and another distinguishing peculiarity, is the complete peparatiqri of thV'meUl ; according ; td i the 'j(ei^b'nical'p°hr^^'tKe 'slags are perfectly cleart.; TKe cho-l ' blast . per fectly dissipates arsenic...

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Country News. MOLONG. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 7 December 1850

Oountry News. , .,,£ , MOLONG. l ' , ? ' Our infant village was the scene of sport' and,feativity on Monday, the 18th,ult..'- Its having having been announced that 'a 'new' saddle was to-b&run for at Captain Clymo*a,' a goodly muster of ,the lovers of ! sport as sembled to witness the conte8t,andthere was no lack of quadrupedal specimens of ' blood, bone, x and beauty' to struggle for the prize and' the , pa]m of superiority. After arranging preliminaries, -and paying an entrance ojf 10s., the. following horses came to the? post': — Mr. Miller'B 'Billy OJRourke, Mr. -Whitley's- Emerald.'Captairi' J Hood's Jack's the Man, Mr. Beadle's Wait' a While, Mr. Looney's Tell' a' Lie, and Mr. \ ? n~-s Cornstalk.' Cornstalk took' the \ lead in the first heat, which he maintained . to the .winning post. -i The secoifd'and third i heats were won with Case by Billy O'Rourke.' At the conclusion of\.this race, a^purae of' £3 was subscribed to be run for by alKthe beaten horses. - iMr. Whi^l...

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[?] [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 7 December 1850

AM« Miwwa.--ipof fffqi^f «*Hy last week an elderly,, man named Benjamin Cott, a settler residing'*' at' Bloomfield'* Flats.'lfcfthia hut to etffdva neighbour's to borrow, a teairtfoMhe following dav. H-* is, .stated *to have reached, his , neigh hour's honse, tobave obtained readilythe perrais ?ion to use the team, and .after remaining ?ptne little time, to 'have left to, return home, alone. From that hour nothing' has been heard of him, although search ' has been made.- Cott was a single man, possessing some means; having left a gocd deal' of' to- bacco, &c. in his hut, and some money lodged in town. — M ait land Mercury. Dr Lang - was making a tower of the country districts, where he was delivering lectures on the 'means of promoting an ex tensive, /emigration of a superior character to this colony. He was to give a lecture at Maitland on the 7th, at Singleton on the 8th, and afterwards at Muswell Brook. His ultimate object was a visit to the north ern districts for the sa...

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FRAGMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 7 December 1850

' 'FRAGMENT.' ' '' HT ?wriilASI M^MQOETT. M.A'' 'WhJrSs it thit tlio Christian .Cliurolii-by Hoav'a designed \ to bo' s .',--'.» * ' V 'J Ono universal temple fbr the afoocla of charity— ? ^ lls la rent jn couutLess ftaginonts by the vrltle sectarian strife, TChatclouds the eye of faith, and calls tys blindness light '» andllfo! How puzzling t'o tho Pagan', 'Wen our controversies rear Such mountainous rofififementa where no real mountains are ! - ^ Y .' , . . ^ I am weary of divisio^als and of opposing flamca 'Whloh1 blazo, la brilliancy that man may -rea4— iheir 'founders' navies t , Denominational conceits have had their Iron reign ; But now I burst tho complex bond and cast away( its v chain I1'' * ?* ' ' ' And still I mourn unhappy fouls by which tho Chn'rch is ~* rent' - i ? ' ? ' ?. And made unto h'er foes tho themo cf gibe and merriment I How.oaa she be unto tho world the minister of poaeo Until unnatural wars within hersolf for over cease 1

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TO A FRIEND. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 7 December 1850

TO A EMEND. In days gone by I climb'd tho mount that men ascribe to J*amo, * ' '~^ I drank of inspiration's fount, and many blest my name ! The laurel faded from my brow— tho myrtlo wa^ unbound, I wear tho cypress now — all olso is mystory profound 1 Thou knowest me not, nor half the talo this tongue of mino could tell— My( sorrows aro enshrln'd within this lonoly heart I Farewell! ' ' ' ' 1 , * The 'WANDERiya Baud. 'Bowoniolfl. t ,

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IRELAND. THE TENANT CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 7 December 1850

IRELAND. fFrom (he Tttnes^ Correspondent. J t THK TENANT CONFKRKNCK. I r* \ . Dublin.. Tuesday morning,1 August Q.-L. The semi« Parliamentary 'conference' which has undertaken the settlement of the rela tions between landlord and tenant, ,com; mences its very solemn sittings this day in the City Assembly- H mse, the town-council having kindly granted the use of that build ing for the performances. A great number of persons have already arrived in town .with a view of taking part in the delibera tions ; - amongst others several Roman Catholic Bishops, deputations from the pro vinces, the leading orators of the Presbv terian forces, including the Rev. Mr. Rutherford. &c. The ad Mission is by ticket only,, for which the curious must pay a p»etty high price. Up' to this moment it seems uncertain whether the first day's proceedings will be publialy reported. nUNQANNON ; EIjKCTION. Lord Northland h«s been quietly^ re elected by his constituents, who were deter mined that his lords...

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To the Editor of the Bathurst Free Press. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 7 December 1850

r TOj the Editor of the Bathurst Free Press. Sir,4— Will you have the goodness to inform me if the magistrates who adjudicate in the town of Carcoar,are warranted in issuing a license for the safe; of spirituous liquors, in quantities not less ,than twoga.]\ons,,on,the opposite side of the creek, viz i{ in the district of Carcoar, and upon the land belonging, to jMr, Icely P 'Some one of your legal correspondent* will perhaps answer the above query.r , . n ?, » „ . ? - ' - Yours, &c, , A SUBSCRIBER. Nov. 28, 1850. '

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THE GREAT EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 7 December 1850

THE GREAT EXHIBITION.' In' a former notice 'of this subject we ex pressed a hope that samples of all our colo nial productions would be forwarded to the great exhibition of the industry of all na tions. It is with regret we observe that so little effort has been made by the colonists, to bring under the notice of ,the assembled merchants and traders l of Europe and America our resources and productive capa bilities. New South 'Wales is, as yet, only known to European nations a3 a half reclaimed penal settlement of England, and a great wool and tallow producing country. Even in the mother country itself the real wealth of the colony as to lesources and productiveness is but very impeifectly understood. How much ignorance mu3t therefore prevail in these particulars, amongst foreigners, who obtain their infor mation second-hand ? It was obviously to the interest of these colonies to correct erroneuus impressions or remove t!he, pre- vailing ignorance of our position, by laying before t...

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Original Correspondence. MINING. To the Editor of the Bathurst Free Press. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 7 December 1850

®i'i$innl €avvc4jpaitfimttt , ' ; MINING. '7b the Editor of the Bathurst Free Press. Ska—Knowing ,the great interest you take in the welfare of the district, aud the successful working of mining operations, I make no .apology ,for troubling you with a few observations. By- far the most promising mine I have yet seen in the colony is the Summerhill MirfeVat Campbell's River, and any dispa ragement ,that may have been made respect ing it, is owing entirely to the deficiency in practical , -knowledge of those who .speak in any way to its detriment. \. - . The tardiness in the success of this mine is owiogt to,, the same cause in those who have*'superin tended the^ works; for had there been, an acquaintance with the practical part of mining], displayed by them, I am fully confident that not only would the company have .been sonae, hundreds, of pounds better off' than ,,tney\ -now are, by means of .less wasteful expenditure on unprofitable works, but-larger piles of ore would this day ha...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 7 December 1850

Married,   On the 5th instant, at All Saints' Church, Bathurst, by the Rev. Thomas Sharpe, the Rev. Henry Tingcombe, of Armidale, New England, to Lydia Jane, eldest daughter of the late Lieutenant Clements, R.N.

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