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To the Editor of the Bathurst Free Press. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 4 January 1851

To the^Edit^rqf th&Bakurst Free Press. ' Sib.— Observing in'yput : paper of , the 21st, inBtant; a remark, tending; to; ca^,U renectibn^upon me in rnypublic; capacity^ I bee to inform you that; although niy juris diction as Coroner extends to , the colony generally, I am directed by the Government to' confine, the duties of that office within the i Police i District of Wellingtbn. ^ .;. -The ewe alluded to occurred in the Pb licW District of Molpng,:arid I -received a communication f rom: the Ch »f ', Constable of that' placed to ^ 'whicb Host iao time;in\rc«. l)ly«ogi stating the fact of its being beyond ^injr jurisdiction. ? , ^ I^prisume therefore, under the circum ?tances, that it becanae the duty of the neat fist Justice ;of 'the.Peace toehold an en^iiify. M ;h.';-' ''^?':'^'\ ', \ ? :-: i ?-:-, r-^.r: ??? ?'^'Wy^r ?'''.??'- ? !?? ' ?-' 1' am, 'Sir, \. ; 4 - -, ,.???' ? -& r Your obedient Servant,. . .'?. tf ? rv;;.a^';sA]!^EL;t:uBTi^^ ;p,^: ? ^''??'.'?'''?':-:-...

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[?] Intelligence. [?]STATION MOVEMENT [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 4 January 1851

^^^^^?[ Intelligence. BWHBffw^TATION MOVEMENT. A meeting was heM at Mrs. Black'sfCoro raercial Hotel, on Thursday last, to consider the propriety of ^ establishing an Anti Transportation Association in Bathurst, to co-operate with thev parent society in Syd ney. Mr. Connolly was{ called to the chair, and haviogJ briefly, stated\the objects ofr which the meeting was convened, the busi ness wa3 commenced by Mr. Farrand reading, a communication from\the Secre tary of the Sydney AspociationAenjoiaing; upon the people the necesbil} of joint ac tion in refeience to the subject oPtjrans .portntion to the neighbouring colonies,' aud urging the adoption of the petition framed by the Sydney Committee. Having made a few obaervations relative to the moral in fluence of as3ociationssiu carrying out great political objects, itv was moved by Mr. Farrand, seconded by Mr. Lord, and carried unanimously : — ' That a Branch' Anti-TransportfiUon Associa tion be formed in Bathurst to co-ojiarate with the...

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KELSO RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 4 January 1851

KELSO RACES. » \ A superior hog skin saddle, provided by Mr. ,T. Riley of the Cottage, of .Content, and valued at. Fivo Guineas, was run for on boxing day in Mr. Ford's piddock, Kelso. About' 200 peopV as sembled to witness the- contest. - Tho -? following * horses wero entered—' r . , ? - -. Mr. J. Ford's, Mouse, (Jas. Ford) t 2V 1 S. Jenner's Cantab,. ; ^ ?,i2^3~cOi J. DeClouctt's Srce-ltrnp, ' * 2 ' I T 2. J. Barnes's Sovereign,,, . - - s n 0 « Tho first he.it -wasNbar6ly Tjron -bjr'Mouse^'* Tho second was a well contested 'one, and was mprely taken by Steeltrap. In tho last Mouse'put lift best foot foremost, and came in an easy winner by throe or four lengths. lie was loudly cheered' by- (h» * spectators as he rushed by th'o winning-post. A Hurry Skurry'was got up, and won by Mr. Lee'a pony. A variety of other sports terminated a very pleasant day. v „ . . - * -3 -.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 4 January 1851

To* Woolgrowera, Settlers, antl Wholesale buyers of Slops. DAVID JONTES AND* COMPANY re spectfully call the Rttentson of WOOL -GROWERS, 'SETTLERS, nml OTHERS, ?purchasing supplies for the Bush, to the ex pensive alterations effected in their estab lishment, by which they are enabled to k^brd increased facilities for the inspection of their VARIED and EXTENSIVE STOCK of SLOPS, READY MADE CLOTHING, and EVERY REQUISITE for UP-COUNTRY USE. WOOLG ROWERS, SETTLERS. AND OTHERS, who have not visited the estab lishment, are respectfully urged to do bo, wlpeo they will hot fail to observe the many ?and especinl claims it has upon them, the proprietors haying spared no effort to con tinue it. what it has always been. PRE EMINENTLY the WOOLGROWGRS, and SETTLERS VDEPOT. Extracted from David Jones and Company's published Trade List ;- ? .; ? : ... . - BLANKETS. ? ?. . : ?fi-4, 9-4/and 10-4 stout bush blankets ' f; „ ,,: army and navy ditto ? -.' ,, *p „ super ditto ditto 8-4 to' 14-4 real Witney ...

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PHYSICAL EDUCATION. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 4 January 1851

^PHYSICAL' EDUCATION. tCcmtiriuU.) 'The term UsSianlatioo. iri'riftfetite'^o1 di gestion; comprises the following steps J— the bruising or tna'stication of the -food in the mouth, and its admixture with' saliva; ita swallowing, arid entrance iuto' the stomach, where it becomes - a ''pulpy* mass, termed chyme; its passage Ho Ihs intestines, where mixed with bile andother fluids, the' 'chyle or recremcntitory part' is separated from it, taken up by a set of ves'sels termed the lac teals, and passed by the venous system into the general circulation of the blood— more properly, in the first instance through the' lungs, for the purposes of being aerated, or fitted for the due and healthy support of the body. ? . Many distinguished men, and among them the celebrated Mr. Aberriethy, restrict the term digestion to that alteration which the food undergoes in the stomach — its conversion into chyme — the other processes being merely mechanical, and mechanical means having been found as substi...

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RESIGNATION OF THE COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF IN INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 4 January 1851

RESIGNATION OF THE COMMW DjEll-IISr-CIIIEFNItf INDIA. f From the Weekly News. ) Major-General W. Napier has addressed a letter to the Times respecting his brother's resignation of his command in India.. The gallant Major enumerates a' few of the causes which have been assigned, and savs: lhese mixtures of a little truth with great falsehood have been commented upon with all paid-for malignancy in certain journals whose vulgar enmity to Sir Charles Napier on rormer .occasions has been ex posed and rebuked. Wherefore, knowing how true the Chinese proverb is, that thouf-h lies have no* legs to stand upon, they have wingo, and fly a great way, I, in defence of an absent brother, beg, through the, medium of your universal journal, to state — . 'That it is true, Sir Charles Napier has tendered his resignation ,on account of a difference 'between him and Lord Dalhousie,, but it is not irue that this difference arose about barrack building,— or-from any desire to make wart—or because he, di...

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JENNY LIND'S DEPARTURE FOR AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 4 January 1851

JEtfN V LIND'S1' D^UVT&lfc Ftftt AMERICA. ? ' (From the Weakly 'Despatch.} - We doubt whether Jenny Iiittd/in the whole course of her unparalleled -career,1 ever met with a manifestation of public' feeling so grand as that which accompanied her de parture on Wednesday morning for the United 'States. 'No Sovereign, however popular — no conqueror, however renowned k — no person in anyfBense the idoLof the A people — could have-been attended with more A significant honours -):han those which have ^| been accorded to thi/gifted artist— honours^H the mere valuable because so, purely und^^| entirely spontaneous, _„. ' ' ~ ^^^^k , The head' of the police at Liverpool h^^^H 'ing officially intimated that if Madlle.^^^^H took- her .departure- from- the hotebt^^^^H steam- boat at the hour that had beej^^^^^H Honed in the newspapers, he cou1d^^^^H^| dcrtake to be answerable that thjj^^^^^^^M not be some accident, in consequ^^^^^^^^H pressure of the crowd, iUbecan^^^^^^^^H at a late hou...

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Miscellaneous Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 4 January 1851

BKiscollaneous Sxtrao^^. -Military Heroism not ^Dependent ;;ow the goodness of 'the CA'usEi-^Som'e' men* of ' our light company;., started/ by.. .irnpulse,f without orders or suggestion, to bring the horse.. One;before .. the others .was ..in theV act of laying hpld of ? it ;vhe /was.shot dead - by the Garlists ; a second was wounded, the i others retreated to their 'place at thebpttoha7 of the orchard: . Sonie ' mpre Carl^ts trieid. for. it ; they f el I , shot frpni our ^ide. ]Tvv,o or three of our Chapelgpri'issJofferedito fetcjh ??', it ; the colonel said.rioi he could -ridt per- ? mil men ;'lp lose their liveseveh for his fa vourite horse. One of our men (already named more than once) seeing the Chapei gorris offer to 'go. said; '-No Spaniard shall have it said, that he would do what anEo-i glishman cannot; I shall fetch :- it, or if I~ don't. I am \ ? '«:»? &b; l&c; ';Db 'foig see Qakley^'! said ^omje,, ;; ?; .?« ^qp^ ,(a,^(Pa.fc-^ ley !'? criedolhers, 'fUJi^iJ...

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Impounded. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 4 January 1851

.;? - -: ' ; Smpbaadejfl. ? At Oarcoar, on tlio 14Hl.DacomT)or, lSSO^:— ? , One yellow heifer, white head.TrZNo. 5 under. , One yellow heifer, 'W off rump; W^tUteU. off rump, piece off One red /heifer, EH near rump, EH off ribs, slit near ear, ?. piece off oar. v: ?? ;: ' ;:''v_ ' ;?' . :.. . ? '??':'' ; One yellow' and -whito , heifer, CI? near nbs, strap ,rouna. Ono°light straw'Wrry hoifor, ltkoOWD off ribs.. Ouo red and whito cow, like OW offrump, W near rump,. -, ?:?;???!.-?,;?!:( ? '':?;??:. -v'O: ^??-'?'?????'- ..??-..??? ? :?: ..'?'.,' .;.\'. ?'?' ? 5- , .- ' ?? ' ? '--v-.^. : One dark brown cow, T'W,r.uiap and thigh near side, V. off Bbouiaerj'slit'near.car. ' . ' ' ? '.' - ?'- - t. ~ ' One red cow, white back; SM near ribs,- SM off rump, D ott rib3. indescribablobrand .near rump, slitnear ear. ???? One bald faijed, steer, OW, off rump, \y near nba.r ? Ono red steer, N5t rump '-and shoulder off side, slit off ear, , Ono red bull, 'WO with indescribable brandundcr. off ribs;'...

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DEATH OF LOULS PHILIPPE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 4 January 1851

DEATH OF? LOUIS PHILIPPE. {Worn the Manchester Examiner and Times, :%;i August. 28, ^SoOj , The death of Louis Philippe a few years .?ago would have been deeired an event of ?startling interest throughout Europe. Now, he passes from the scene without ?' perplex ing nations with the fear of change, por mts of danger to Crowns or Cabinets. - 'ie vicissitudes of his career will form the Bsing subject of much temporary criticism °t\riosity ; but so far as the political re latKg of the world are concerned, his dis ,aPPi(\nce 'from the stage is calculated only to gHa more impressive moral to the grand|iths which history has already il lustrat&L Such striking telief throughout the laterals of the House of Bourbon. The reiiAof Louis Philippe will furnish to the tutuijWtorian but another chapter, in addition \J\ieiongan(iPic!tiUres-lue nar rative of nat\|Vi vicissitudes and catastro phes which ha)^fpr nearly two-thirds of a century kept Fi^L in revolutionary com motion. France;^ SUpp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 4 January 1851

. ZROKBSONG-BR-ST. , IMPORTANT TO SETTLERS, COUNTRY. STORE KEEPERS, BLACKSMITHS, AND OTHERS. IREDALE AND CO., . Zron Stores, ESTABLISHED. 1820. TREDALE AND CO. respectfully inform their X old customers and others, that they have lately received large additions to their already extensive and varied stock of IRONMONGERY. And whilst confident they have for many years past enjoyed the highest reputation for furnishing a really good article, they are also sensible that, coupled with this reputation, their House has been considered high in proportion. They would now wish to impress npon the minds of the public, that in consequence of the advan tageous arrangements they have made with the Home Merchants, to be supplied with the same quality article as heretofore, direct from the Manufactories ?, they are placed in a position, and are determined to compete with any other House, in Sydney. And they flatter themselves that SETTLERS and others would consult their own interests by favouring the...

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THE CANTERBURY SETTLEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 4 January 1851

THE CANTERBURY SETTLEMENTS C From the Weekly News.) The 'working-class portion' of the Canterbury colonists, as they are termed, received an entertainment of roast-beef and plum-pudding at Gravesend on Monday, at the instance of the friends and promoters of :he scheme. A. spacious tent was erected - an the green adjoining the Fort known as the ' Captains'-neld ;' the number that sat ' down, men,; women, and children, was ! about 600. They all 'appeared to be of ' the labouring class and of staid and orderly demeanour.' After the long tables hud be n cleared, they were addressed by- the Rev. Dr. Jackson 'their future bishop, Lord Lyttelton, Mr. Shewell, deputy-chairman, and Mr. Forsyth, counsel to the Associa tion. The Rev. Dr. Jackson in his address said, that arrangements' had been made for the education of the children of the peasantry on the voyage; and he could, testify that there, was not a peasant school in the coun try better than those which had been estab .lished on board t...

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RECEPTION OF MARSHALL HAYNAU IN LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 4 January 1851

RECEPTION OF MARSHALL HAY NAU IN LONDON. ('From the Weekly News.) ' . Marshal Haynau probably repenta his bold attempt to become a lion in English society. Even draymen and coalheavers show their abhorrence of the whipper of women, and by acts of deplorable violence show.,,in theit way. the hatred wnicn,.&ng-r lishmen always.fe'el for cruel and unscrupu- j loua tyranny. , On Wednesday morning General Haynau ' with his aid-de-camp and an interpreter, - visited the brewery of Messrs. Barclay and j Co. Their names were at once discovered by their autographs in the visitors' book. I In a few minutes it became known over the '? v jrewery, and before the general and his 1 |k»rapanions had crossed the yard nearly all ' th labourers and draymen ran out with ' bro ms and dirt, shouting out ' Down with ( the Austrian butcher,' and other epithet of a Similar character. What followed^ thus toA by the Daily News: — r /-' ?'A'nNnber of the men s^rfered round the Marai|jl as 'he was Mewing...

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Government Gazette. LAND SALES. (At the Police Office Bathurst, January 9th.) SUBURBAN LOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 4 January 1851

'?; :'-3fpYeriasnenit .©azette, ??'??'-, ;LAND SALES. (At the Police Office Battiurst, January $th.) ?- '??.'?-'''*.''' .?'.-rSaijURBAN.-1£bts. ???'.?/?''?. ':'.-', K^S^-^Sl-yg^^jSncre and 3 roods each, Par^^?SgCTttii of PeiixNPS ^TSfTsasiion 8 ?' 'np^igRc'e^ ve4;'pret rdcre?^b. 33' acres,^ ^UnSJQMflL 8 percne3#.at th'o' head of Cunnning ™5fWB; Creek, near, the. Cberryfifee! Hill.- Upset rice JEL'per ,acr?;; .. v r\--\-', -.-:??- \'^A ?;?%'. r .?? ' M^ESXMoaBt.A;Ni-,--r35;: 23 acres, 2 jopds and: 8 percl-e3, parish of Kendale, N.o;; l'dfthe rbservefat Mutton'-S; J?'alis:: upset pricerj62 peri acre. !36; 35: acres and 17 perches, same place- jNoI . 2 : upset p-ice £8 per acr(e.f ,3^7. 32, acres, 2 roods and 32 jercheSj same place, No. 3. 218.' 3 2 acres, same place No, 4 ;?': jupset pri-io,£.i per acre. 39. 27 acres, 2 Toods'i'and 1!6 rperclies, samo 'place, No. 5. . 40. [27:acresi Siobds^and'^ perciies'i same place, No. . ^ff; 3i 23 acres,' 3'roo4s, arid'12 perches, same place, ?No....

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local Intelligence. COURT OF REQUESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 4 January 1851

' . ' Ijosal Intelllseacp. . : ? ,, ; '. ^doURT 'OR REQUESTS. /This 'court Opened ^^on Monday last. Ma gistratieaii present during ; the progress of the business Were H. Heathorn, J. Bowler, J. S. iloaii,^I«anei^andW. Lee, Esquires. The BittinZB were -prolonged until late on Tuesday, owjng^ to the abundance ;of ; business f lir- niahejiby; the :gentlemen i of the^ legal : fra^ ^ernji^. 'We select a few of the mostimi jpdrtant cases for puMication. . ^ - ! ? '??'?? ':-:':^ -;-' HAYES V.*' JE0- '?' ' ; '?!:????-;??:?'' The defendant Mr. Yeo was sued for the Bum of £5 theiamoiunt alleged tobe due by a third party in the manner hereinafter de scribed, and for yhjchtheplaintiff held him responsible., , ^l^!t.dSerge«nt appeared Afor | t^plMnt^f71^^|^^^ach de^ fe^e^if It app^red-irarat ^person named Jbseph|^Sebrgej- above :-al-i iu^dtoifprmeriypyrev^tlie plaintiff upwards pfi^lSjanda^V^^urjtpfQr^jtUe-pay^ thereof Ha1adipcisMa^tH6^ allotment of land and' a hpuse in his hands; THy.defendanV^...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 4 January 1851

,-. /'?*,.^«ji )^wB««:Htar««.' *. ??.«?'. ^ '- \. '! jnpHE' SALE ^ BY- AUCTION, at' the above Stores ,,1 t .„£_- Btt Mil., TRESS,'.' * ?-': » - ' On MOtiDAfri- TUESDAY;. and WEDNESDAY' next of the remainder of tfio Stock joa. hand, will '^commence cacli day at ,11 o'clock, ? ' - - $&&* N° reserve, antMe'rma liboraT. ^ Floor ClotliB. ' '- HARE'S, Patent Floor-cloths, which are celebra ' ted' for superiority to any other in the colony, in great variety aad'of superb designs suitable fur -? rooms, halls, stairs, gigs', &c, on sale at s ?? ? *? ' '* LENEHAN'S. i '' ' -' Upholstery and Floor-cloth establishment, 1 287, Castlereagh-streot * ' Sprlngf Vans on Hire for the removal of Furni ture, &c. .' - ? ' ' ? . V 4 Notice. , ', . , , I HEREBY 'authorise Michael Quinn to furnish and collect' my accounts, his receipts being valid, for any money paid lo him, on my ac count. - _..,, C. J?. DUNSFORD. .Tannarv1 1st 1851. ' i 'Drapery, Slops, 'Woollens, &...

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Original Correspondent. We do not identify ourselves with the opinions of our Correspondents. To the Editor of the Bathurst Free Press. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 4 January 1851

:K *3b fft'e Editor of the ^athiirstFree Presto ^iSiit^r-t believe it^-^tKe^duty 6f ^every ?individual tc(:«3ppose; every? ibrbad . upon Ij.^ i¥eiE^y^bether religious or pbliHcal. Under; this impression, I feel bound tamakekritmn: -tbvthe public some of the i sayingakfind goings of the Rev;; Thorn as Sharped Episcopalian minister; and would1 feel obliged by your publishing the' following statement of fact's : —On vtbe: 1 1 th ? uitv;;ih*the evening Mra. Parker selected attb^Emrgranta' Barracks one of the orphan girls '.for a servant. The ; following' -morning :Ij applied- to lthe Rev.' Thomas Sharpe-for a recommendation in : accordance witH the rules; ? Mrv Sharpe replied Ithat he would be at the' ? Barracka in, iishort tirne^ and'^eenie thefei; Upon his; arrival; at the -jBarracks he went into ; the room wherethe ?girls were assembled, and .^nterfed-ijftto^nyersatioh for about a; quar-- : ~ter vpf ah lidurf with ; :the one Mrsi. Parker ; ; toad} engaged^ /I ^h.:;-,ppV :'-h:h-'\- ^'...

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BATHURST FREE PRESS. [?] JANUARY 4, 1851. "MAGNA EST VERITAS ET PREVALEBIT." [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 4 January 1851

?fcATHURST TREE PUESS.' ^^AY, JANUARY 4,. 1 851. V ^^^^LviSIUTAS. ET J»JR,EVALHBIT.'!, ' ^^B^OAD'bi COPPER. ' ^^^^^^^L the new year tjie first ^^^^^^^wighed andC packed at ^^^^^^^^LCornish ? Settlement, ^^^^^^^^^rough Bathurston ^^^^^^^^^^^ load consists ofi ^^^^^^^^^^^Kbout . two tons, ^^^^^^^^^^^^ked within our ^^^^^^^^^^^^^f such trans~ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^Mtts as. this. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^Btat we pos ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^M^eana and ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^pst caa ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^Kn the ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^B^, are District has arrived at its height, and as there is uo -such thing in existence as a stationary condition of society, if unable to advance we must retrograde. The towns and villages will be the tirst to suffer. Ba« thurst itself- supplies an illustration of this principle* - Its .trade is year by year de clining Carcoar, * Cowra, Conowindra. Orange;Mol6n?, Wellington and even the Village, of- Peel -deprive it of a consider able portion of the commercial -nourish- raent upon- which «il formerly grew an...

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NEW, YEAR'S DAY RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 4 January 1851

NEW YEAR'S DAY 11A.CES: It has been the custom for several years past to l signalise the first day of the new year by getting up bye races and otiier sports at the West End. At first they wore tho appearance rather of private matches than nublic amusements, but latterly thov have increased in importance and interest, and have now nssumedlthe shape of a respectable meet. On Wednesday last from three to four hundred people, and amongst them a large number from the bush, assembled in the Poor Man's Hollow to witness the sports which the liberality of a fow in defatigable townsmen ^had provided for them. Amongst the number were many of the better classes, and, as usual upon such occasions, tho sons of the soil were particularly active in pro moting the day's hilarity. A substantial lunch having' been prepared by the worthy and hos pitable host of the Sportsman's Arms, and the duties of trencher-men very respectably performed by tho young gent3 of the town and country, a general movement...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 4 January 1851

B JL T B 'HT-aa ST. ' . . Valuable Towza and Suburban Pro perties for Sale. MR. TRESS has received instructions from J. W. Bligh, Esq., to sell by auction, at Mrs. Black's Hotel, Balhurst, on WEDNESDAY, tho 15th day of. January, 1851, in such lots as shall then be determined on, all those highly improved and valuable Properties situate in the town of Bathurst, consisting of — The newly erected DWELLING-HOUSE, now occupied as two dwellings by Mr. Sergeant, soli citor and Mr. Bligh, containing nine rooms, with kitchen, cellar, store, and servants' rooms under ground, together with Five Acres of Land attached thereto, subdivided into two paddocks, and gardens. The rental of the above property is as follows : — £ s. d. Mr. Sergeant, ten years' leasedf dwell]       ling, 1 acre of land ? ..?}? /U U U Dwelling, .and two acres of land and ) Garden occupied by Mr. Bligh. -- 30~ 0 0 . Estimated rental ? .......,..) Two acres of land, let on lease for^ '...

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