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The Queen Fired at. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 15 September 1849

TSie Queen Fired at. Sun Office, Eight o'Clock. — ' Shortly after sis o'clock this evening, May 26, her Majesty and Prince Albert, whilst returning in an open landau from Hyde Park, down Constitution Hill, to Buckingham Palace, a labouring man, wearing a white flannel jacket, and bearing all the appear: ance of a mechanic, levelled a pistol at the Queen from within the railings of the-Grcen Park, whilst the carriage was passing the curvs on the hill close to the Triumphal Arch. The Queen and the Prince did not appear much alarmed, and the carriage, on the order of the Queen, pro ceeded to the palace. Both wen; uninjured. The miscre ant, who is an Irishman, named John Hamilton, was im mediately seized by one of the park-keepers and by a sol dier who jumped over the rails. The pistol, it is believed, was loaded with ball, lie was immediately taken to the King-street station, where, at the time our reporter left, the scoundrel was under examination. The greatest ex citement prevails in...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 15 September 1849

We do not identify ourselves with the opinions of   our Correspondents.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 15 September 1849

NOTICE AGAIN. Our Friends are respectfully requested to bear in mind, that there are many of them who have their accounts standing on our books for a con siderable time. We trust they will shortly give us a call, in order that their accounts may be favourably balanced. We cannot do more than furnish parties with their bill, and this we have done to some several times. Should this notice not be attended to, we must empower our agents to try another remedy, commonly called ' The Little -Go.' NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. ' An Enquirer.' — Your letter cannot be Inserted. We can give you an outline of his abilities, viz.: — He has been recognised as a local preacher ! — He has been at Love Feasts.!! He has held forth at tea.parties !!!     And he has acted the part of an hypocrite in various ways!!!. We shall shortly furnish the public with a full account, as far as our memory will allow us, of this ' Piccadilly Butcher's' career.

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Ireland. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 15 September 1849

Ireland. THE CHOLERA IN THE WEST. — The accounts from this unfortunate province of Connaught prove that the apprehension of the desolating effects of the cholera were but too well founded. The epidemic has broken out with fearful mortality in Ballina- sloe, where the deaths in the workhouse have pre- viously exceeded one hundred a week. — Ballin- asloe Star. EMIGRATION. — The Clonmel and Waterford papers have further accounts of the wholesale emigration, chiefly of the farming classes. The emigrants by the Countess of Durham, from Water- ford, carried out £7,000 amongst them. They proceed to Quebec. Cork workhouse is closed against the admission of paupers by order of the Poor Law Commis- sioners. Ballinnahone-house, near Shannon-bridge for- merly the magnificent mansion of the Malone family, but now the property of Mr. Ennis, has been taken for 600 paupers, to be transferred from the Athlone workhouse. There is no trade, says the Limerick Chronicle,   so profitable in ...

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T H A M E S . Horrid Treatment of a Boy by his own Father. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 15 September 1849

T H A M E S. Horrible Treatment of a Boy by his own Father. Mr. B. V. Lego, master of the barque Helen Mary, was re-examined, charged with a series of cruel assaults on his own son, twelve years old. He was represented to be as fine a boy as ever was seen on board ship when he joined the Helen Mary, and on the first day, as she was going down the river, his father inflicted a severe flogging with a rope's end because he was not smart enough in pulling and hauling up the ropes. The subse— quent inflictions on the outward voyage were very severe and frequent, but on the homeward voyage the cruelty exercised towards the boy was most excessive and unmanly. While the ship was at the Mauritius, the lad was in the lower hold, picking up the rubbish, and all hands were called to dinner. The boy was making his best of his way towards the deck, and stepping from beam to beam, when he took hold of a water cast on the break of the forecastle-deck to steady himself. The cask tilted and he was pr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 15 September 1849

[Advertisement,] — A Diseased Elbow cured by Holloway's Ointment and Pills. — Mrs. Durham, of   Strubby, near Alford, was dreadfully afflicted with an en- largement of the elbow joint ; for several months she lost the use of her arm ; she was under the treatment of the   faculty in Lincoln, Nottingham, and other places, but ob- tained no relief, and from the intense pain she constantly endured, it was considered that nothing but amputation could relieve her sufferings. In this state, Holloway's Ointment and Pills were resorted to, which truly valuable medicines soon effected a permanent cure, by restoring the complete use of her arm. Mr. Hurton, bookseller, Louth, will testify as to the truth of this. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Are Six Shillings per Quarter, payable in advances 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...

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THE CONVICT MITCHELL. Copy of a Letter from Commander Wingrove to Vice-Admiral the Earl of Dundonald, G.C.B. H.M. Steam-sloop, Scourge, Halifax, Nov. 6, 1849. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 15 September 1849

WHB CONVICT, aZZHCSESX.Xi. Copy of a Letter from Commander Wingrove to Vice-Admiral the Earl of Dundonald, G.C.B. II. M. Steam-sloop, Scourge, Halifax, Nov. 6, 1849. My Lord, — I have the honour to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of this day's date, di recting me to furnish your Lordship, for the in formation of my Lords' Commissioners of the Admiraltv. with a detailed report of the line of conduct pursued by me towards the convict John Mitchell, on his passage to Bermuda ; and in most respectfully stating my reasons for adopting such line of conduct, &c, it will also be my duty to enclose the duplicate of a letter on the subject I received from Mr. Redington, the Under Secretary of State for Ireland. The Scourge arrived at Cork on the morning of the 31st of May, and on the following morning, at six o'clock, the prisoner was embarked, and the vessel sailed for her destination. There was no senior officer present to whom I could apply for that advice I was so anxious t...

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Police Office. MONDAY. Before J. R. Wilton. Esq. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 15 September 1849

Police Office. MONDAY. Before J. E. Wilton. Esa. Mary Ann Cranfield. appeared before his worship to an swer for a breach of good manners, she having amusod herself by visiting the different public houses to get shelter from the rain, and Mary Ann considering it nothing but right to shout for grog at every visit she paid, and having expended all her rino thought it was time to be moving nome, due as soon as iviary ivnn nau inustoreu courage to leave the good things she had been regaling herself with in the shape of balls of rum, made a start for home, but was no sooner in the street than she commenced, rolling like a ship in a heavy sea, and Mary Ann's legs failing her she tumbled down and was wallowing in the mud unable to rise, until a friendly trap came to her assistance, when she began singing the drunkard's favorite song ' Wo w'ont go home till morning,' but her friendly guardian thought it better to furnish her with dry lodgings, and accordingly took her to the receptacle for l...

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Government Gazette. Tuesday. Sep. 11. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 15 September 1849

Government Gazette. Tuesdauy. Sept-. 11. The undermentioned Prisoners of the Crown have   received Tickets of Leave since last publication : — COUNTY OF BATHURST. Bathurst.- — Henry Kent, Hashemy; John Southill, Hashetny ; Valentine Ganley, Hashemy ; Edward Gale, Hashemy j.James Kerry, Hashemy ; William Gooch, alias Deptford Will, Hashemy ; Thomas Knight, Hashemy ; Benjamin Ryall, Hashemy; Richard Letts, Hashemy ; Charles Johnson, Hashemy ; Ronald Gordon, Hashemy. . .COUNTY OF WELLINGTON. M.unGEE.Trr-Hpnry Webber, Hashemy ; John Hicks, Hasherny; Robert Warden, Hashemy; Alexander Ram say, Hasherny ; George Johnson, Hashemy ; Joseph Good lifle, Hashemy ; Joseph Jebson, Hashemy ; Henry Taylor, Hashemy ; William Harrington, Hashemy ; James Mul grave, Hashemy; Richard RefFcl, Hashemy; William Knight, Hashemy ; William Purse, Hashemy ; Thomas Samuel Foakes, Hashemy ; William Johnson, Hashemy ; Israel Myers, Hashemy ; Ellis Higson, Hashemy ; James Simpson, Hashemy ; William Ke...

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THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1849. ENGLISH NEW. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 15 September 1849

TO.BATHPttST ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1849. Bsraaucssc news. (From the Hobart Town Advertiser, August 23.) The William Jardinc. with emigrants, arrived on Sunday morning, bringing papers to the 29th of May. Our own files extend only to the 25th, but by the kindness of the chief officer we have been favoured with a Times of the 29th. We have by this vessel news from America to the 16th of iVluy six days later than that brought by the Montauk. The William Jardine has had a very fine passuge of only 87 days.' The Hyderabad from Dublin two days before the Will-am Jardine left Gravesend. Both ships have had very fine passages. Her Majesty; Prince Albert, and the Royal Family, were at Osborne House, and all in perfect health. -They were to leave Osborne House on the 30th, for London. Mr. Mitchell left Bermuda in the Neptune on the 22nd April.. The steward's pantry was lilted up rb a separate berth for him, in consequence of his failing health. The writ of error in the case of Mr....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 15 September 1849

TO ADVERTISERS. Jtjgip 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. All communications for this Journal must be accom panied with the name of the writer, or they will not be inserted. COACH, WHEELWRIGHT, AND BLACKSMITH ESTABLISHMENT, NEXT DOOR TO THE POST-OFFICE. FjSJlHE UNDEUSIGNED begs to inform his friends, Hi, 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 SPUING CARTS of a, superior model. CARTS, PLOUGHS, HARROWS, SCARIFIERS, 'WHEELBARROWS, CHAFF-CUTTERS, And every description of Farmer's Implements made to order. J. W. lias engag...

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Philpotts of Exetor, and Mr. Shore. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 22 September 1849

PhilpottB of Ssetor, and JXXr. Shore. The following is reported as the true statement by the Rev. Dr. Smyth of the case of Mr. Shore. It is worth reading, as illustrative of the canses of I the rapid increase of dissent throughout England. Philpots and his followers are finishing, with in conceivable rapidity, the Church Establishment in England. Mr. Shore was fifteen years an or dained minister of the Church of England. He was curate of Berry Panery, when the Bishop of Exeter entered upon his diocese in the year 1830. Mr. Shore discharged the duties of his curacy for two years thereafter, having been transferred to a chapel in the same parish, erected by the Duke of Somerset, which, however, although licensed ac cording to the due ecclesiastical order, was never consecrated, or formally and exclusively set apart to religious worship, in connection with the Church of England. The vicar of the parish, Mr. Edwards, nominated Mr. Shore to his new living, and he commenced his duties wit...

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Original Correspondence. To the Editor of THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. Cornish Settlement 20th September 1849. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 22 September 1849

(Sctjrtjrfil Eatvctyaix'aenct, ?Tothe Editor of Tub Bathubst Advocate. '?;.'.' Cornish Settlement, ?''...... H., ...... ? -- 20th September, 1849. Sir,1 — In reply to the letter of Mr; Serjeant, in hist week's Bathurst Advocate, tho miners employed herb beg to state that, so,far/;as.tho short time they havobcen on the ground, (not '! above-.; a month) has enabled them to judge;— the. general direbtion of the lodes is nearly north find south, with.slantihgveins, and cross lodes. The' killas' soft ; the;walls ot thc.Ioue,- where they are at work, well denned. ; width of lode, two to three feet ; underlie/ one' to twoYcet pcrfathom (two in one shaft, and ono in another about a hundred and fifty paces distant) some1'' sugar,'' but ho 'fluorspar. ?., .. ? . ? . ? ... '.?;?' '?' '? ?'; .- There';aro streams of water near ;? but the wbrks'.aro1 not likely t.o ba helped nor hindered by water^ifor'some tirne'^ Xnogenpral result of the work so far iS'Satis'factdBj1,' and theyhope it will prov...

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Poetry. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 22 September 1849

Poetry. ?The following is translated and intimated .from apoom by Joan Koboul, tha baker of Niames, the Burna of France :— ' One evening when both plain and wood Were trackless in the snow, A beggar at tbo portal stood, Who little seemed to know That oastle and its evil fame, Ab if from distant shoras he came. Iiiko channeled granite wag his front ; llis hair was crisp with rima ; He asked admittance, as was wont In that froe-heartecl time : Tor who could loavo to dio in tho cold A lonely man and awful old. At first his prayer had no reply ; Perchanco the wild winds chook It But when it roso into a cry, No more tho inmates reck it ; Till, whore tho cheorful firn light Ebone, A voice out-thundered, ' Wretch, begono !' ? Thora 5s no path, I havo no strength j What oan I do alono ? Grant shelter, or I lay my length, And perish on tho stono. I orave not much : I should bo blott In kennel or barn .to rest.' What matters thy vilo hoad to mo ? Dare not to touch tho door.' ' Alas, and shall...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 22 September 1849

A Wonderful Core of Wounds and a Debilitated Constitution Renovated by Hollow ay's Ointment and Pills. — Mr. Mate, storekeeper, of Gnndagai, New South Wales, states, that these medicines have effected a most astonishing cure on a settler in that vicinity, who had dreadful ulcers on various parts of his body, by which his constitution was so debilitated that his death was'considered certain, but by the use of Holloway'd Ointment and Pills,, such wonders have been performed, that this young man has been completely cured, and so extraordinary is the case, that' the Editor of the Sydney Morning Herald has has given publicity to it in his paper of Jan. 4, 1848. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Are 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. TKRMS FOR ADVERTISEMENTS. For the first i...

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Coroner's Inquest. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 22 September 1849

Coroner's Znquest. ?On Wednesday lnst, an inquest was held at Mrs. Black's, the Commercial Hotel, on the body of John Alexander Aitcheson, a cabinet maker, in the employ of Mr. Lentz, of this town, who oxpircd suddenly on Tuesday afternoon ; it appeared Mr. L. had sent deceased to Mrs. Black's to do a small iob which took deceased about an hour, having com pleted the same, ho returned to the shop, the front door being closed deceased rapped, when Mr. L. opened it, and deceased complained very much of his head being very had, and said, he feared:it was all up with him, that he was . done, he was immediately1 placed on the sofa, and Dr. Machattie was sent, for, who attended ;audpaid the greatest attention to decased. he remained .with him nearly an hour and, took some blood from him, stating at the same time, that lie feared that nothing could save deceased, as lie had previous to this, to his knowledge had two fits of apoplexy, andi this being the third, ho entertained no hopes of hi...

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LATEST FROM CALIFORNIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 22 September 1849

. LATEST rSlOSE GA&SFGi&NX&f'.!' '('From the Hohart Town Courier ? j)\w (^ Th& schoohej; Qsprey, Griggs, of tHis pdrf,'r,tHe property of Messrs. Burns, White, and Co., arrived ?at Auckland, froiri Honolulu and : San Francisco, on the! Oth instant. ?'. ' '? : '\, ? ? ; ;: ...We. have been favoured with a Polynesian of the 23f3 June, and; two numbers of the Alia Cah forjua, extending to the 31 %t May. ?'The latest intelligence from San Francisco is contained in the Polynesian, and extends to the 2nd of June, from which we quote. ?'? California Movements. — From a list of clear ances for California direct, from all the ports of the United States, kept at the Philladelphi Bulle tin Office, it is ascerteined that the number re ported from Novemher 14, 184S, to March 2nd il'849, is as follows :— Steam ships 3, ships 48, 'barques 53, brigs 34, schooners 36, — Total, 174. ';!,' Collector AX; San Franscio. — Charles Lee. Jones/ of 'Washington City, has receive...

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Lord Dudley's Absence of Mind. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 22 September 1849

Xiord Dudley's Absence of Blind. Op his extraordinary absence of mind, and his un fortunate habit of ' thinking aloud,' many amus ing anecdotes have been in circulation. 't is a fact that, when he was in the Foreign Office, he directed a letter, intended for the French, to the Russian ambassador, shortly before the affair of Navarino ; and, strange as it may appear, it at tained him the highest honor. Prince Lieven, who never made any mistake of the kind, set it down as one of the cleverest ruses ever attempted to be played off, and gave himself immense credit for not falling into the trap laid for him by the sinister ingenuity of the English Secretary, lie returned the letter with a most polite note, in which he vowed, of course, that he had not read a line of it, after he had ascertained that it was in tended for Prince Polignac, but could not help telling Lord Dudley, at an evening party, that he was ' trop fin,' but diplomatists of bis (Prince Lieven's) standing were not so easi...

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Tuesday, September 17th, 1849. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 22 September 1849

; (aOVSII&HKIESJT G&ZBTfS, Tuesday, September. 17 tA, 1819. His 'Excellency the Govrnor directs it to be notified, for the information of all persons concerned, that Leases of the hereunder described portions of Land which have been applied for under the 2Sth section of the Regulations of the 29th of March, 1818, will be put up to auction at 11 o'clock \ of. Thursday, the 11th day of October next at Carcoar, county of Bathurst: — ,1, Six;hundred and forty acres', parish unnamed, near Rocky Bridge Creek; bounded on the nortli by the first section line south of W. H: Krrr's 832 acres, at Grubben bunpreek ; on the west by the fourth section line east of that land ; and on the south and on the cast by section lines,:. (46-1521.) 2;:'.Six1Uundred and forty acres, parish unnamed, near Rocky' Bridge .Creek j .bounded on the north by the second section! line south of W. H. Kerr's 832 acres at Grubben hun 'Creek ; on the west by the fourth section line east of that land ; and...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 22 September 1849

e» TO OUR SUSCRIBEKS, &c. Those who have their names mariynionths on our books, must be awafer'-'tliaiy at this critica|.J;irne,- it- wiH'ifte- an'iim'Sorta^ . accounts,^' ,bs settled.nnAs 'our ;next; number ^will finishj 'th!e'pfesentr quarter,' we trust- pur friend's ?will nptiibeiisatisfied with merely reading' The BatiiuWt;' AWocate. and laying it on- the; table; but that they will call.at the office of ' '.CHS ST&.V&&SmTL&& P&X&TZSR and pay off their arrears without delay. ;: The public know the position in which we are placed, so that we will not, at present, repeat the subject which has been published. NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. ' A Mar of Feelino.' — Our Correspondent1 '* double ?meaning letter has been carefully deposited in the waste chest, and, in a short time, will be committed to the ?fiame$'ioiik other trash of a similar nature.

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