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Original Poetry. I NEVER LOV'D. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 21 December 1850

ORIGINAL POETRY           I NEVER LOV'D. [FOR THE BATHURST FREE PRESS.] I never Iov'd — I never lov'd—   No eye of Beauty ever mov'd         My spirit to the childish ways   Which other Bards are wont to praise In melting lays !         Nor will I ever love while sense Retains its proud pre-eminence : My harp and muse have nobler things To guide them in their wanderings   Than Cupid's wings!             T. H.

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THE NEPAULESE EMBASSY IN BIRMINGHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 21 December 1850

THS --NEPAULE3E EMBASSY IN BIRMINGHAM. His excellency the NVpaulese ambassa dor, accompanied by his two royal brothers, suite, and interpreters, who are on a tour through the countrvt arrived in Birming ham by the half-past seven express train from Bristol on Thursday, evening. The mayor received the party on their arrival at the station, and accompanied them to the .residence of Mr. G. R. Collis. On Friday morning his excellency and suite, who were desirous of witness-ing some of the many artistic and clever manipulative operations which are carried on in the town, were con .-ducted to a few of the leading manufacto ries in various departments of industry. The party, which consists of the ambassa dor, Prince Regent of Nepaul, two brothers, and six of his suite, were driven in three carriages and pairs to the glassworks of Messrs. Rice, Harris, and Co. escorted by ths mayor, the high bailiff, Mr. Collis, and Mr. Superintendent Stephens. The inter esting 'process there carried on see...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 21 December 1850

-' '?-''?*'' ' fy1'1'™^ Jj ? r- it ? '--, i iln mil ?' ? i Ti ? lTi ^Oftrcoar.— XHCodfleal. DIt. BELL -will giye gratuitous advice to all classes of patieuts, at his residence. Future charges for professional attendance on individuals or families will be found extremely moderate. ? Carcoar, 17th Dec, 1890. . ... ,£6 Steward. THE above reward will be [-aid to any person who will give such information as will lead to the apprehension of my hired servant, Patrick Barrett, who has recently absconded from my ser vice, if apprehended by tho 31st instant; or a re-' ward of £2 if taken any time during the following year. . Description. — Height, about 5 feet 5 inches ; complexion, ruddy ; hair, brown. .. He was a short time ago tried in Bathnrst for a forgery. A warrant has been issued by the Car coar Bench for his apprehension. JOHN GRANT. Mount Macquarie, Dec. 20. Sasit IVSolong' Annual Slaces. rpO COMK OFF ON THURSDAY, the 26xu 1 DECEMBER, 1850. . '. . . . STEWARDS. Messrs. Adam Murray, ...

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Colonial News. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 21 December 1850

Colonial Xffews. Fatal and Singular. — On a recent occac sion Mr. Pattison, of the Edwards River, was out in company with his stockman and observed a large bird hovering over a nest, light on a branch contiguous to it, and ex hibit such extraordinary symptoms of irre solution, trepidation, and weakness, that the stockman dismounted, and climbed the tree to catch the bird. On looking into the nest a snake suddenly sprung out and bit the man in the eye. The unfortunate fellow died within eight-and-forty hours.— Mel- bourne Daily News. The Clip.- — The shearing will soon be over; several teams are leaving for the shipping ports this week with wool ; gene rally speaking the Clip is good, and it is to be hoped will reward the untiring industry of the growers with an sample end speedy return. — Maitland Mercury. .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 21 December 1850

32o Settlers and ©tiers. LEOPOLD MORGAN AND GO., No. 97, PITT STREET, REDPERN, respectfully; call the attention of their friends in the interior, at this most' interesting season, when the well-washed flocks white as the driven snow, produco feelings of exultation and pleasure to. their worthy owners with whom L. M. and .Co. desire to sympathise most cordially ; and would submit to their pasto ral and agricultural friends a taste of their unri valled GINGER 'WINES of Portugal and Spairf, together with CORDIALS of the most luscious and exquisite quality, flavour, and variety, unequalled in Europe, matchless in Australia, gratifying the palate of the aged, the mature, and the juvenile — refused by none — as they give a zest to festivity, dispelling ennui, and. proving perfect renovators after toil and labour, and are offered at such prices ? — so low in comparison with. other vendors— that no one will observe thqy can't afford to buy. L. M. and Co. offer their superior JET BLACK ING, ...

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MOLONG. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 21 December 1850

MOLONGL - Race Meeting. — A meeting of the people of TVlolong took place at Mr. Cob croft's, King's Arras Inn, to. adopt the ne cessary steps towards getting up races at East Molong for the 26th instant. Mr. Cobden was called to the chair, and the business of the meeting gone through in a spirited manner. The following appoint ments were made : — Mr. Henry Blunden, judge ; Messrs. A. Murray, D.Bowie, and .Jj Cobcroft, stewards ; Mr. H. Cobden, treasurer ; and Mr. P. G-ledhill, hon. sec. ..._ ...... 1 . - - ? - ? There w»s a very good ^nd-ii'efpl'fetSbie at tendance) and unanimity-and harmony were the predominant characteristics of the meet ing. At the conclusion of the proceedings an excellent spread was provided (gratis) by the worthy host, Mr. Cobcroft, to which all were invited who were ' favourable to the object of the meeting. A few hours were spent in social communion, ; and the party separuted fully determined upon carrying out the sports with vigour. '. Much disap probation ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 21 December 1850

?-J&OA - Wb'oiffirowflira! s 'JSottlerB,, ' ;' and Wholesale buyers of Slops. DAVID JONES AND COMPANY re spectfully call the attention of WOOL , GROWERS. 'SETTLERS, and OTHERS, purchasing supplies for theiBush, to the ex tensive alterations effected in their estab lishment, by which they are enabled to afford increased facilities for the inspection of their VARIED and EXTENSIVE ?STOCK of SLOPS. READY MADE '?CLOTHING;' and EVERY REQUISITE for UP-COUNTRY USE. WOOLGRO WERS, SETTLERS, AND 'OTHERS, who have not visited the estab lishment, are respectfully urged to do bo, when they will not fail to observe the many ? and especial claims ifi has upon them, the (proprietors having spared no effort to con tinue it, what it has always been, PRE EMINENTLY the WOOLGRO WERS, and SETTLERS* DEPOT. Extracted from r^Ddvid Jones and Company's - published Trade List:- — BLANKETS, -8-4, 9-4, and 10-4 stout bush blankets „ -,, ?- array and navy ditto ,, ?„ ?„ . super ditto ditto ??8-4 to 14-4 re...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 28 December 1850

' ; Wttole*tt« tmytra of Sl«p». '\ * DAVID JONES .'AND COMPANY re spectfully call the attention of WOOL GROWERS. SETTLERS, ? and OTH ERS, purchasing supplies for the Bush, to the ex tensive alterations effected in their estab lishment, by which they are enabled to afford increased facilities for the inspection of their VARIED and EXTENSIVE 'STOCK of SLOPS, READY MADE CLOTHING, and EVERY REQUISITE for UP-COUNTRY USE. WOOLGROWERS, SETTLERS, AND OTHERS, who have not visited the estab ' Hshrnent, are respectfully urged to do go, when they will not fail to observe the many and especial .claims it has upon them, the proprietors having spared no effort to con tinue it, what it has always been, PRE EMINENTLY the WOOLGROWERS, and SETTLERS* DEPOT. Extracted from David Jones and Company's published Trade List : — ^ BLANKETS. S-4, 9*4, and 10-4 stout bush blankets „ ,, ,, army and navv ditto ,, „ „ Buper ditto ditto 8-4 to 14-4 real Witney ditto „ „ scarlet ditto „ „ blue and green JMt - 8-4 to...

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Miscellenous Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 28 December 1850

MOBB fitXCtc' OOTRAOBS AND MUBDBB. — Tooracul.,' Burnett District, Sunday nightj 24th Nov.; 1850^ Sir — I have to inform you of a sad' catastrophe which lias occur-1 red on this establishment on. Friday last, the ?2nd instciDt : — Yesterday morning early, Coot, the hulkeeper, came to the head station with intelligence that Dixon and flock had not returned on the previous night. As I had my horse ready saddled at the door, I Went immediately on the run, accompanied by the blackfellow ' Keam bio,' in search, and coutinued the same du ring the whole of the day, but without Fuccess until dm»k, when we came on the track of sheep in the direction of the scrub, ..i ? ,,. n tviilfl from Cttbontro station. This morn'iDg early 1 proceeded, nccomptinied by Richard Linn end the blackfellow, on horse back, all u*veU 'armed, to the track found last.pfgnt, aVid almost immediately on pur arrival we' discovered Dixon's dog, and' on ,--, coming ' up to hint found his unfortunate owner (iuite naked bi...

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Miscellaneous Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 28 December 1850

Miscellaneous .Jbxtractts. Tub Fate of' Gbni03.-w.A Bo'stdnfpftper says1 1 ' There is 'in this'city ah^ tifd mtfn jot sixty, who graduated at -th'e^Univdreityof Dublin: Ireland.; sat thefnere of twtfntviapo was t*da»!ttea ^is »«. eurgeon^rntlfe^BntUh artoyy-and in that 'capacity^ visited, tKti country with the English ; was present it the destruction . of .the public buildings, atoreB, &c, at Washington (city ; hut been in India with the British army ; -baa been ptesentduringhis services asVsurgeon, at over 'four thousand amputations, and fifteen severe battles; ►waa .shot. twice, performed surgical - operations on ^three hundred wounded 'general*, -Beven- cnlo^lsi 'twenty; oiprairis.'a'nd dvet, eleven' thauaancl officers of smaller grade,- &c. Has dined Vith two kings; one empress^obe -emperor,' the T»rf itao, « pope: 'and ^nntfrtfei^fthle ?great1 gfeWe* Ir'als, &c. i ^as.heTd the; latest diamond in this k-hand -'known yin the worid,* except on*. Has, had th...

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 28 December 1850

' iNpusTarXjc exhibition. * ? .The^rticles intended, to be sent hpine to the 'Industrial Inhibition areinow on? yjew in the t Ball r room/ ntj j3overnraent 'fiouse,^ which^haa been lent' by' his Excellency Mfor i the purpose of showing *themf ;The aVticles are arranged partly raund'the, r/Vonira'tid on two long tables, which extend ^from/one end of the room to the other. ,Many things in tended^ to be forwarded ' have nt-t yet been sent in, and vie. cannot- therefore, Jully do justice ito the exhibition! Among^the 'ar ticles we - examined we may mention as worthy'of praise a chair madej by, Mr. Ham ilton, of solid Itgh'twoba. The legs and back are very, beautifully carved; and on the back the arras and motto of Tasmania are cut, the same as at the head of our pa per. It is -rtn 'excellent specimen of colonial art. Astar'table -made-of Huon pine and lightwood, and a -sideboard made, it ap peared to us of lightwood, the work of Mr. Brown, of Launceston^were^beautiful spe cimens of'^woT...

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"TO THE QUEEN'S MOST EXCELLENT MAJESTY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 28 December 1850

The .humble petition of- the jnbabitantspf *Jjbe. Australian Colonies ^of ,New ^Squjh. ?Jvfyjes, Victoria,-, V*u' Diemen'a Land, - ' . JSouth Austialw,, -find New .Zsajand. , , *«SHKWETUr— '' , - ' * ,'' That* it is. the .glory and* happiness of your Majesty's, petitioners to* for hi a part*of your Majesty's empire, united to Great . Britain by mutual tie^qf , .interest, affection, and, duty; possessing the domestic and moral', habits, the literature, the laws, and thVreligious faith, of ,the lfyartrious Nation which gave'thetn birth. ' V'Tbat the past 'belongs to ,the Parent State, the future' alone. toryoat. petitioners ; and among the brightVisions of the future, there is not one -mpro peering 'than, that which exhibits* these .Colonies las, the' grate ful refuge and' pleasant ,home of , millions of 'honest, and industrious^men, the^redun'dunt -pppu1ajtioa/of Great BritViii-nd Ireland. '?'JThat the .rhagVrfieent - capabilities of these Colonies, as'.fields for Emigration, are gre...

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To the Editor of the Bathurst Free Press. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 28 December 1850

T\-t1a 'Editor itf the Balhurst Free Press. - ? SinpiHaving more leisure at present than m I knowwfiH'how to dispose' of, I propo.se ' ^thto-nfenHhe medium of yoiir journal to pub ' l liiln^meessaysfbr public information which 'lma'y afford a little instruction to residents in 'uh* tush. The subjects I intend at present to ' confinemyself to, will be Physical Educa tion arid Dietetics, or the means of pre 'f serving Health ; in other words' the Philo ^ aojrtiy of Living. Information npon those r subjects;* amV ' the different books which Mreatofs. them rare for the mo'st part in the hands of medical men, and but little ac cessible to thepublic. '.w ' I therefortf think the diffusion of some informatiori on1 a- matter' which is of para mount' importance to all,~the mode of living,1 and 'preserviri'g'*health,— will notjbe ' nnifcVMabreHo many of your readers, when publiihecf in a popular form, i and divested of ttthTtfedUtti, With your leave i tbere 1 t^wtn takeithisfrpportumtyofmehti...

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PHYSICAL EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 28 December 1850

PHYSICAL 'EDUCATION. Physical education may be defined to be the means which are! necessary for preserving and strengthening the constitution ffof the body, and keeping the bodily frame in the full and vigorous exercise of all iits func tions. It therefore embraces a period from the dawn of our existence, through adole scence and puberty, to the thiee score and Len years, when decrepitude has set in, or when , ' We shun to know ,i That life protracted, is protracted woe.' What can be more useful, or interesting than the knowledge- of the application of those principles which regulate the ma nagement of the. young, and which aid in developing the corporeal faculties through the progressive stages of yduth and man hood ? for even in childhood have the evil effects of ignorance , and prejudice taken, root, and^ implanted the seeds of disease?, either consigning the sufferer to a premature grave, or rendering him the miserable ob ject of afflictions, which not unfrequently make life its...

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ENGLISH COPPER MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 28 December 1850

ENGLISH COPPER .MARKETS. The price .of copper had been reduced £t 10s. per ton' on tough cake and titles, and £i. per lb., on manufactured, business notwithstanding continuing on a very limi ted scale. Latest quotations of, copper, tough cake ^79 10s., and title £78 10s. The exports of copper to all India for foa fir9t seven months of 1849 were 3,574 tons, and for the first seven months th 1850, they were 3,325 tons, or a decrease of 222 ton?. - During the second week of August 1492 bags of capper ore were entered in London from Port Adelaide, and 1 160 cwts. of cop per in Liverpool from Valparaiso. At a sale of. copper ore at Swansea fixed for the 22nd August, there was to be sold 385 tons of Burra Burra, and 209 tons of Kapunda ore. ' :,?:.. The advices from Hamburg this after noon state the suspension of the house of Mr. J. F. Hiuck, of that city, with liabili ties to the amount: of about £65,000.

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VER MONT—UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 28 December 1850

VERMONT— UNITED STATES. CFrom Caiman's Agriculture and Rural Econo my of France, Belgium, Holland, and Swit zerland. J Let me speak of a district or country with which t have been many years fami liar : it is a purely agricultural district ; it contains nearly a million of inhabitants; its climate is cold and severe ; its soil, with some exceptions, of moderate fertility, and requiring the brave and strong hand of toil to make it productive. It has public and free schools in every town and parish, and several seminaries of learning of a higher character, and where the branches of a use ful and literary education are taught at an expense so moderate, that it is placed with-, in the reach of persons even of the most humble means. It has every places of re ligious worship of such variety that every man may follow the dictates of his own conscience, where religious services are al ways maintained with intelligence and de corum, sustained wholly by voluntary con tributions ; and sects of...

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Miscellaneous Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 28 December 1850

Miscellaneous SSztraota. ' ' Enormous Fossil Eggs brought from. Madagascar by Captaim Abadijj:. — The. great island of Madagascar although already explored at many points by distinguished na turalists, has not yet exhibited to science. ' all its natural curiosities ; and of all those which have been made known hitherto, none, assuredly can excite, in a higher degree^ the attention of the lovers of Natural History, than the fossil eggs collected by Captain Abadie. These eggs, whose shells are more than the eighth of an inch in thickness, are two feet eight inches (French)- in. circum- ference, in their.largest diameter, andtwentyr,- six and a half (French) in their. smallest... . Their shape is that of -an elongated ellipsis.' The shell is as hard as marble ; one would, take it to be petrified. OneJof them having , long been employed for domestic' purpose*; - by- the Malagese, is of the weight of marble, * and of a dirty white colour ; the other, more ' recently found iu the bed ofta...

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SOUTH AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 28 December 1850

#KBH9iflRP A? the Introdaction of the Alp.c. iato this^colany is a subject which is at present exciting considerable interest, we place be fore our readers the following article upon its habits, peculiarities, &c. ' , It was origi- . nally published in No,- 752 of the Penny Magazine, December 2ad, 1843 :— There are inSouth America four kinds of sheep or of animals somewhat midway be tween' the sheep and the goat, .viz., the Llama, the Alpaca, the Guariaco, and the Vicuua. 'The .South Americans , possess also the common Spanish sheep, which were' introduced there after the conquest by the bpaniards,' but these unimals present no re markable features/ anil are distinct from the four kinds which belong especially to these regions.1 The Vicuih and Guanaco exist only'in the wild state except when taken prisoners; but the Llama, and Alpaca are 6een domesticated in Peru. Nine-tenths of the wool of the Alpaca is black, the residue partly' white, led, and grizzled. It is' of Very lon...

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THE BATHURST FREE PRESS. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 28 1850. "MAGNA EST VERITAS ET PREVALEBIT." LATE ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 28 December 1850

THE ?BATflOliST YaEE PRESS. , SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1850. ~' MAONA; EST VE1UTAS VX. PIUEVALEB1T.' LATE ENGLISH NEWS. C^rom the Sydney Morning Herald. j The; news' by the direct arrivals of yesterday was forestalled by the arrival of the Emma, from Ho bart Town, bringing -news to the 1 9th September, which had reached Van Diemen's Land by the Hy derabad, The Queen and Royal Family were°AV,ell, and were enjoying ?themselves in Scotland. All the principal officers were .at' their country seats, so that v there was no political news of im portance. The wool sales were progressing favourably. Notwithstanding the large quantity (70,000 bales) of fered, there was a brisk demand, and an evident tendency upwards. Tallow was looking up. The only foreign news of im portance was, that England, France, and Russia, had intimated that they would not allow the peace of Europe to be disturbed by the Danish and Schleswig Holstein war, and that they would settle the question themselves, unless the in...

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