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

We do not identify ourselves with the opin-   ions of our Correspondents .

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

i '''. rlRKUALBft Co/ilRiO^STORES; '». ', !'/. I ' * '(ESTABLISHED 1820.) i ' - ' -TRE10ALE AiND Co., respectfully inform thoir JL; old.customcrs.'that they have lately received jjarge additions .to their, already* extensive- £nd varj^rStcick x-f Ironmongery.' ?«, f- 'J .And whilst, confident they have for many years past enjoyed the highest reputation for furnishing ra really good article, they are also sensible, that ^coupled with that 'reputation, their house has been , cpnsidered high in proportion, ; » , , v,*j , ' ' TheyKwopl4 now wjbh to impress upon the mipd of ihV public, that in eonsequenre of the advanta geous arrangements' thep have made with the home :$Ierckants, 'to be 'supplied. with the same quality article qs , heretofore, dtrert from .the 'manufactories, they are placed, in a position f a,nd 'are determined to.compet^with any otherjiouse in - Sydney'; and th-y 'feel assured that the' present price. and quality of their Stock is Such as cannot fail to give^satisfnet...

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

NEW ZEALAND. ^TJ&^people of Auckland/ are stated to be gteutlx diBcbnterited by a report which has liten circulated .there, that Governor Grey '^Jfe^lu^2^ii&viS|£|j JjUtitS, Jt*3JLj|UJ?3££i^^§j£iyjj|^^Q^3 hto;to%efiitiirtoiv«^to^ Katire'iristttatibns to the' southern province^ but not to the northern. The report is founded, it appears, on a reply of Lord John Russell, in Parliament, to some ques tion by Mr. Aglionviv, although 'the reply, hs published in the papers, does not con tain a word of thes-irt..- A memorial to the House of Commons had been prepared, setting forth the claim -of thfr colonists to ^a representative government.' and deprecating the removal1 of the seat of govern nent. Among the'works'of art i itended for ex hihirion at the grand displav of nations in 1851. is the model of a fortified p-th, beau tifully an J faithfully executed Ijy-Lieutenant Bulneavis, of the 58th Regiment. This model which 13 on a scale of half an inch to six feet, striking ill...

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British Extracts. THE DUKE OF WELLINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 7 December 1850

Britien Extracts. THE DUKE OF WELLINGTON. , * ('From the BomfCNews, June 2i'.J ' *' A reumr aile story- has been incircula tion in private circles, for some days past, which, we. think1, is to good to be lost to the ' general^ public,' particularly as it numbers sman^sf its* dramatis persona no less.'per »niagos'than Fiel-l-MarBball' his Grace the CdrninRiidar-iri-ChieJv the- 'Metropolitan Bishop, and anacpomplished authoress... It i* only, 'necessary to ^mention the name of VI r?.' Loudon/to' recall' to theJ1renfder*a memory' the clever writings of th.it lady tio? horticulture., S^e was lately! ,ia the heigh* bmrljood of .fcitt at hfi^ldsaye, ,eand , being anxious to'vi«it the ep -ts remarkable for fine specimens of the vegetable worW,,^Bbe wrfitt; t - the1 Dukp, conveying tier 'desire to seo «O'ii»' beei lies tor which theigardenaof hH G ace were c- ('b.uted,^ Thevlettec.was 'linv rJMiv^re'd, and the Duke1 ' raising 'tiisv -r\ it^e** nu«l t;)anci'ig at ' its- contents', bis er cni...

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VERY CUBA AND TEXAS— THE CROPS, &c,&c. PHILADELPHIA, JULY 8TH, 1850. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 7 December 1850

''? * ^{'JUtiAdfj'effcr Epambier an&, Tunes J . i '-(' ' '^h^a'de^hia, Ju'Ly 8th. 1850. Secret r.but? active measures are afoot for procuring 'a- revision ^for the present ? tariff, and to substitute specific for Kad-valoretn du ties ; ' Jiut ao far' as I ,ara able to judge, there will be no 'alteration made during the pre sent 'Besaion of congress. ' ' Possibly you' might hear or read of the gre*at 'distress' wh'ich the tailore'sses, (and other needle workers pf .this city ? were in during: the past, winter. Much sympathy was 'expressed through the public prints for their7 deplorable condition, but very ' little heIp~'W|jff extended to them. As I thought it waa-tf fituopportuaity to' say a few fearless and, honest 'words' in favour 'of free-trade, 1 - addressed 'three letters to them, and got th'elaa * ^published in 'two weekly papers of large 'circulation ; and I have the pleasure1 of Knowing jthat they did good lol the' cause. Slavery,' 'Cuba, and Texas, 'conjointly, may^...

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Colonial News. PORT PHILLIP. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 7 December 1850

Colonial Hewi. PORT PHILLIP. Snakes. ---The Portland Guardian states, thit ' the season, so far in its progress, has been singularly marked by the abundance of the appearance of snakes : not less than seven were seen on Sunday last, be; ween the Captain Cook Bay and town, a distance of not more than four miles ; one gentle man* killed two .on the Double. Corner Hill, only a day or two siu^e, -within the dis tance of a few yards ; Mr. Wade lost a fine bitch, about a week ago. by a snake biting her in the lip, after the reptile had been cut in two by a stroke of a spade. — Argus. Inquests.— John Jones fell from the steamer Diamond on the 4th and was drownfd; James Nicholls, of Richmond. was killed by a fall and died ; Charles Wil liamson- one of the Kiings, as they are termed, .died from exhaustion. Inquests were held, and verdicts returned b accord ance with the facts, of the cases.— Argus.

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

£1 Reward.   THE above reward will be paid, for the appre-   hension of JOHN CHEW, who absconded   from my hired service on the 4th instant. He stands about 5 feet 8 inches high, is sandy com- plexioned. stout, round shouldered, and was em- ployed by me as shepherd. THOMAS LAWS0N. Clear Creek.     Bathurst, Dec. ,4th, 1850. TO OUR COUNTRY FRIENDS. To you who far from towns and cities dwell ' Accept and road those lines from. It. and Ti I. .Tor, 'all and sundry' aro they writ and meant, ?Honest our -motive— good is our Intent; 'And to commence with, wo would say to fill, ' By our own merits let ws stand or fall I' To you, yo Settlers, by whose powerful aid *' Australia chiefly owes her teeming trado ; To you, bold squatters, who tho wild bush roam, And in' the desert form; your lonely home— Whether in townships' rural stores you keep, Or in a hut, as shepherd, tend your sheep ; To 'all alike the samo— *-r high.br low, W...

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

DIED,                   At Bowenfels, on Wednesday, the 20th Novem- ber, the wife of Mr. George McGrath, formerly of H. M. 39th regiment, deeply lamented by a large family and numerous circle of friends and ac- quaintances. The deceased was a native of France, and had just completed her 50th year. Her re- mains were followed to the graveyard in Hartley, by the largest funeral procession ever known on these mountains. May she rest in peace !

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 7 December 1850

£*, The -House1 of %mnioiis Wet on -Wed- nesday, 31st , July, at noon,' in the new Chamber, in 'order to'teU* the effect5 of a\ lowers temporary .roof upon its acoustic propeVties;- The experiment appeared to ty&Jn a, certain. decree, succe#sfi^lfA^_^ . . ' „ After a three, days, ^debate* the Court of Common, Council; has lesolv'ed to, adopt the report of the '.Market Committee in favour {o£ retaining Smith field jlVJjirket, on its pre., sent site, or placing it. somewhat improved, ?on -a site closely adjacent *to--the present one. The majority in favour of ^retaining the -.market was - 89 to L3. A proposition negociate with the government in a spirit' of compromise :was negatived without a 'division. ?- i t,' ' ii ' l ^he centre -,arch of s^Bldckfriars Bridge( iias'sunk su.inuchVt^ai ttie stones at the, crown1 of the arch nave loosened, and the breastwork has cracked. Divers have «ss 'certained that, the, foundations are affected. '(1At Birmingham, a man, .who ,gave his nam...

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

' The cosjt of ' A,dvertiseinents must' be paid previous to. tlieir in sertion. .Advertisements,' will be received until' six o'clock' in :£h£ evening of Friday,', but cannot' be withdrawn after Twelve, o'clock on Tuesday. * A liberal, allowance will lbe made to' parties desirous of advertising'for three tir six months.1 No communications will be pub lished in this 'Journal, unless ac companied' by the name of ' the Correspondent. ' B&VSTfaST FAttS PB.S33 GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE. POSTERS, Hand Bilh, Cuculars. Cards, Bill Heads, Labels, Law and Mercantile Forms, '? AS A*SO, BVBaT DKSCRIP11ON OF ii3B PRINTING Executed with neatness, accuracy and despatch * , and on Reasonable Terms. To, be Sold at this Office, ^ v foems or mENDERSfor a Lease, of a New Run of Crown X. - ' 'Lands. ? APPLICATIONS for a Lease of Waste Lands of -?* the Crown, beyond, the Settled districts of the Colony 'of New South; \Vales. ^TERDERSfor'aJLease of a Vacated or Forfeited ,Run ,of Lands, intermediate...

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Foreign Intelligence. CIRCASSIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 7 December 1850

Foreign Intelligence. - . CIRCASsIA. ' General Doigorouky, the Ru«BMn general Has been surprised and completely routed by Shamil Bey* ; the Russian arniv lo«»i'»t? a general, an aide-de-camp, seventy officer*, fou- gun*, and -most of their higt^ge. — Atlas. Juh 27. ' LetVers* from Trebizond, of the, 3 d Ju»v, supply the following report :— 7 We have rp ceived !-v .recent Hrrivala most importunr intelligence fiom D-'ghistHti ; and the re ports of further looses by the Russians, in thHr warfare with' Shamil Bey, are now en extensively circulated, and so genernllv credited, that, compared with accounts which have reached us, they take a form, of au'henticity fully to be relied upon. It will appear that bh«mil Bey, who re.ullv deserves credit as a military commander, hits crossed the frontier at the head of a large force, and carried devastation and pillatre among the Tartar villages south ot Azderlmn. Gene ral Dolgorouky. who command* the ftu* sian arniv, had not time to concentrate hi...

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

kartell's Brandy, 6 years old, T)INE APPLE RUM, SCOTCH WHISKEY, . GIN, PORT and SHERRY' WINES, BOT TLED ALE AND PORTER. - J. MILLAR has just received, at his NEW STORES, William-street, Bathurst, a supply of besb Martell'Sj Brandy, warranted 6 years old.finp Jamaica Pine Apple Rum, Scotch Whiskey, and Case .Gin, Port and Sherry Wine3, Bottled Ale and Porter, selected by a first-rate judge, and which he is determined to dispose of at tho very lowest pos sible prices for Cash. He has also received part of a general slock of Bar, Round, and Bundle IRON,' Scythes, Reiping Hoots, and Nails in sorts. The remainder is expected in a few days, topetheer with a stock oF Raisins, Currants, Spices, Orange and Lamon Peel, &c, for Christmas. J. M. again begs to solicit tho attention of his friends and the public generally to his extpnsive Stock of Goods, consisting of almost every article required for domestic use, or bush purposes. The Tailoring department carried on as usual. Colonial P...

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

-®rfjr£iTixI -&avveg$aix$eixct, ? To the Editor of the Bathurst Free Press. Si&-f-I have hitherto understood that person9 battling in the Macquarie River within the pre cincts of the town, rendered themselves liable to a smart fine, especially if such bathing occurred be tween 'sunrise and sunset. Can you inform me whether such is the law, and whose duty it is to see* 'the' law carried into effect ? The foregoing question is asked in consequence of the following circumstance;1 N ' Last Sunday afternoon between the hours of two and five o'clock', the river in the immediate neigh bourhood'of, the ferry-boat and alongside the high road where persons are continually passing and Tepassing, was alive with men and boys, who, laying, aside everything pertaining to decency, we're, like so many porpoises, revelling in all the pleasures of aquatic sports. At one time there were more than twenty per sons in the Water, the majority of whom had not the plea of childhood- for an ex...

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

COUNTRY NEWS (From our Bowenfels Correspondent.)           Two of our constables, well armed; are in the hopeful pursuit of a couple of bushrangers who re- cently made their appearance in this neighbour- hood, and committed some dastardly robberies. They are supposed to be disbanded soldiers. A toll-bar is shortly to be established at Bowen- fels, on the road leading from Bathurst to       Sydney.                 The principal part of the drays from Bathurst   formerly came by the way of Piper's Flat to avoid Mount Lambey on the new line but the roads     across that mountain are now so much improved that both horse and bullock teams very generally come direct, which course we recommend. A similar proposal to that set forth by your cor- res...

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THE BATHURST FREE PRESS. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1850. "MAGNA EST VERITAS ET PREVALEBIT." STEAM COMMUNICATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 7 December 1850

THE MTHMST TREE PRESS. , ' SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1850. ?'MA'GSA. EST VEMTAS ET PRiEVALEBIT.' STEAM COMMUNICATION. Likb the ill -fated Tantalus of classic lore, to whose hungry stomach and parched lips' the. golden apples and limpid stream were ever present, yet ever receding, have the good people of these1 colonies1 been doomed to alternate hope and .despair. No sooner is the cup of success raised .to our lips than it ib dashed to earth by some sudden and unexpected interposition-,} and we are left to deplore, the untoward fatality, which con demns to perpetual failure the best efforts of the- true friends of the colony for its ad vancement, i ' Hope deferred maketh the heart sick,' and if disposed to be particu larly sensitive, the repeated and multiplied* disappointments which they have had to bear in reference to the long cherished pro ject of steam communication with England, would render them sick almost to death. Win or lose, however, we cannot afford to ' pines away and, die....

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

Sa-ocal Intelligence. The Weather.-— More miserable weatlier tlinn we have had during1 the past few weeks it would be hard to conceive. Hot winds and showers of dust, almost producing suffocation,' have given the town of Bathuist and the vegetation about it a patched, sunburnt, and withered appearance. Everything looks thirsty but the brandy kegs and ginger beer bottles of the publicans, which still re« tain their moisture in a degree altogether unsatis factory to their owners. The accounts from the in terior are bad as they can lie. The spring in the grass caused by the late rains has been cut off by frost and hot winds, and the country about the Macquarie, Lachlan, and Bogan appears Weak, avid, and desolate. Dsad and dying cattle lie on every side, and many Herds are so scattered, the poor brutes wandering in nil directions in search of food and water, that it will be a work of im mense labour to draft and collect together tho sur-' vivors when practicable. It would be folly, to a...

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SYDNEY MARKETS.—FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 14 December 1850

SYDNEY MARKETS.— FaiDAY. Wheat and Floor. — But a small quantity of wheat has been.. received 'from. the country at iMessrSi -Barker and Co.'s mill this week— to. be ac jcounted for by.the fact that,g'rowersare fully eh 1 gaged harvesting. The purchases at this mill have varied in pricefrom 3s. 6d. to 4s. 9d., according to quality. Flour at last quotation,' 12?. for fine and 111. for seconds, per ton of 2000lbs. Bran, lOd. to Is. per bushel. The report from Mr. Breillat's mill is as follows. — A few small samples of wheat have come to market during the week, which ware eagerly purchased at about 5s. per ? BisoDiT.—Merers. Barker quoJe^caiW^scnit^ ' Ids., and ship, at 13s. &&. per cwh Mr. lWilkie1s ^ prices are— cabin, 22s. ; , pilot, 18a. ; and ship' bis« *' cuit, 16s. per cwt. .- , ,,' , - ,ri „.*(., . PpTATOis.— New {colonial are f quoted in ,tha, market at 11. to'81. per ton. ' , '.;; , l '^tl' Botcher's MB4x.r-Beef is 'sold wholesale a)'fl*4.!,v lid., and l£&...

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Sydney Intelligence. PRODUCE CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 14 December 1850

Sydney t^dltlWencb. PkoDUCE CIRCULAR. / Thb deliveries of wool, so long procrastinated from causes iwhtch we have heretofore, alluded to, are now rppid!)/., augmenting', ,an'd the transactions of tberpast w'ce^. Lave been, considerable., , t ' 'The prices obtained for ,,ihe wools, landed from , the .Taim'ania at our action last Monday, aa ^vell as tjie rate's given at our, weekly sale on Thursday, must be .satisfactory to growers., A catalogue showing the figures realized, we annex^in addition to our usual quotations of prices current. In (allow, operations have been insignificant, and the higb/jate obtained for the smaM parcel^ of inferjor quality af , our jiuBfic sale is eptirely attf^ botable tp, the wants, of ,the chandlers and sp^p' boilerk consequent .upon1 their present insufficient supply. ?'/ ' ' ' Sheepskin* are eagerly bought up at our qudta tiojQ9, and hides ace saleable atfull iprices* there being a considerable demand for shipment to the neighbouring colonies.^ j „ (. ...

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To the Editor of the Bathurst Free Press. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 14 December 1850

To the Editor of the Bathurst Free Press. SrR,~rJn reply to a letter in ,your last publication, headed ' Impounding Extor tions at Wellington*' &c, 8tc., &c,, I beg leave in reply 'thereto to stat#, that A., Z. misleads both, you and the public by stating that, *£ #», Cornish., Esq. ^charged £1 9's.' 9d, damages on the sheep, he (Mr. Cornish not G. B. Cornish) having notified previous to the sheep haying been released that no damages would be required, consequently I required norie.- I also beg to refer A. Z. to the Impounding Act, as the only infor mation, L(iu my opinion) necessary for his guidance. '?-,,' , A. Z? also miscalculates when h,e reckons from the 27th. of August to the 6th of Sep tember nine clear days, I learnt arithmetic differently. I Am.' Sir. ' * Your obedient humble servant, ( t ^Hti[iiiA§ ifojtfE^, Poundkeeper. Montefiorej, 6th December, 1850. [We have taken the liberty to suppress the, paragraph referring' to the £18 order, fijrjst^ because.it d...

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IMPOUNDED. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 14 December 1850

IMPOUNDED. At Bathurst, on the 28th November,' 1850:— One roan horso, W with 1 undor near, shoulder, switch tail, about 4 years old, 15 hands high, damages i2s. 6d. ; one chesnut pony, H near shoulder, switch tail, aged, 14 hands high, damages 2s. 6d. ; one chesnut mare, BOYD, 33 near sido, bang tail, three white feet, 5 years old, 15 hands high, damages 6d. ; ono block filly, MO near shoulder, like SM with DM over off shoulder, long tail, 3 years old. 15 hinds high, damagos 2s. 6d. : one bay filly, uf off shoulder, hind feet white, star, long tail, 3 years old, 14 hands high, damages 2s. 6d. ; ono black horse, blaze face, four whito &et- switch tail, aged, fifteen hands, branded IM near and D off shoulder. If not released will be sold on Tuesday, the 24th December. [12s. 6d.]— R. Yeo, Founkeeper. *? - At Carcoab, 21st iVovembor, 1850: — One black entiro rolt, hind foot white, blazo down the face, no brand visible, damages £5 ; one bay entiro colt, black points, branded JA o...

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