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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 10 November 1849

Notice to Creditors. In the Estate of -Henry Williams, ' or Bathurst, Dealer. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that, the said Henry Willians having assigned to us till his instate and effects for the benefit of his Credi tors ; a Meeting of the Creditors of tho said Henry Williams will be holden at Mr. Bligh's Office, in Bathurst, on Monday next, the 12th instant, at Eleven o'clock, for the purpose of giving direc tions as to the disposal of the Stock-in-Trade, and generally as to the management of the estate. FREDERICK STRACHAN, 1 T e ? EDWARD AUSTIN, / Trustees. All persons having any claim on. the said Estate are requested to send in the same to the Trustees j' on or before the 26lh day of November instant,' otherwise they will be excluded from the benefit of the assignment. MR . M ' G U I G A N in. returning thanks for past favors, respectfully intimates that he has recommenced the Manufactory of Drays, Carts, &c, at his Old Establishment, where, he trusts, by civility and punctua...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 10 November 1849

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. ' ' '* ?'--?? ' : Tfe begyto'^efeK*' Oiio' to 'the ' 'Letter ^ofCer- ' ' oerus in our last' issue, which-he will perceive .\irehders' the appearance of his own unneces *, i tary , as the sentiments of both are pretty nearly , ±. , similar, -r : ' THe Letter from Brucedale, oh the duties of Pro- \:prietor.s of Land; is too much in the style of an ?issay for the columns of a newspaper. We were .obliged to curtail 'the communication of , ^owr-O'Connel- Plains, correspondent , for want of space. '

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 10 November 1849

An AinY-LODGiNG.-^-An individual named Gardiner was on Wednesday morning last, brought before the' police Magistrate under the following circumstances. He was found ' sleeping: in the chimney of a dilapidated building at Kelso, and on being taken into custody admitted being an absconder from the hired service of Mr. Sayer of Welling ton. He was at first suspected of being a Crown prisoner, illegally at large, but the account subsequently given of himself tended to relieve ..him from this suspicion. He was reminded of the risk he had incurred of being dealt with under the Vagrant Act, and remanded to afford time for communi cation with his master. Charge of. Absconding. — On Wednes day morning, the Police Magistrate, assisted by Mr. Rankin, proceeded to investigate a charge preferred by Mr. Thomas Pye, of Campbell's River, against his hired servant, Thomas Ford, for absconding, from his hired service. Mr. Mackintosh, who at* tended on behalf of defendant, applied at the same time for...

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Bathurst Police Office. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 10 November 1849

Satnurst Police Office. A . Real break. O'day Boy. — During what proved to be only a temporary suspen sion of busines, we took an opportunity to enquire last Monday morning, whether the ' exhibition' had terminated 1 — Oh no was the reply — that indefatigable naturalist, constable Finnerty has undertaken to pro duce a fine full grown specimen of the im bibing species ; he has him at present fast in his menagerie ; I don't know how he means to designate him. — Our informant had scarcely time to conclude the last sentence when the person indicated made his appear ance ushering in a tall, dark haired, hard featured, individual — of and belonging to the genus homo. Magistrate — Well con stable what's this 1 — What have yon brought now? Constable — This your worship is one of those animals foolishly supposed to be rational. It's true that it does not under particular circumstances exhibit all its worst characteristics, but I'll endeavour to show what are its general habits — It resides c...

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THE BATHURST FREE PRESS. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1849. THE NEW CONSTITUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 10 November 1849

TO:^ATHURST FREE PftESS- 'SATURDAY j NOVEMBER 10, 1849. THE NEW CONSTITUTION. Thbru is no portion 'of the new constitution of the Australian colobies of greater im portance to us than. that which concedes to the 'Governor and Council, with the consent of- Her Majesty, the power to alter the con stitution of the Legislative Council. This is a measure. of liberality we could hardly have looked for from u Government which ap pears ao veryjealous ofinyatternptVHdwever flight', tb'dlfer oVlitieraiise its own consti tution. We cannot account for this unex pected grant of self-rectifying power otherwise than as a work of political neces sity, the consciousness of which has been 'forced on the British Government by the able expositions of Sir Wiliam Molesworth and the Hon. Francis Scott. But not to their efforts alone is ascribable this great enlargement of political power, it is a measure of safety engendered by the revo lutionising spirit of the times, which renders it imc.umbent upon the...

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Country News, O'CONNELL PLAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 10 November 1849

,.,: ,.-\, ...,'.._ Country News, ....... , ' ?: O'CONNELL PLAINS. (From our own Cnrrespondent.) .,T« the lovers of 'natural scenery, we would say — make holiday, mount your steeds, rido to O'CoiinolI, and judge for yourselvoa whether the fancied de scriptions of fictitious writers can equal the simple grandour of our favoured locality as it appears this spring. But whilst wo thus freely advise, we must at. the same time be careful not to exaggerate! lest by inducing top great an expectation, wo create only. ,a disappointment.' For the information of strangers it must therefore be stated, thut O'Connell Plains makes nb pretension to much eithor of longth or breadth; in fact, our name itself is scarcely ap propriate. We are a valley indeed, because wo aro situate at the foot of mountain land ; but when wo think of such immense lowlands as the banks of the Hudson, and the Mississippi, we, u valley in miniature only — a plain, too, so called, aro not to suppose that we are the slightes...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 10 November 1849

Xiooal Xntellig-ence. . Intended Visit.— Wb understand that the Lord Bishop of Sydney is about to visit this part of his:extensivo dioceso. His Lordship is expected to leave Sydney on Monday the 12th instant, aud probably will arrivo at Mudgee by the end of the week, and be there on Sunday, the 18th, and at Bathurst about the 23rd or 24th, and atCarcoar, to consecrate tho church, on tho 2nd of De cember. Prom Carcoar, the Bishop will proceed to Wellington, and arrivo on tho 9th. On his return to this placo All Saint3 Church, in tin's town, will bo consecrated, and also, tho Burial Ground. Tub Old Nuisance. — We had hoped to havo boon spared tho trouble of again referring to tho nuisance occasioned1 by 'tho myriads of useless curs with which Bathurst is infestodV- - We'thought, after tho late ' demonstration ' at tho Police Office,' that tho whole 'Jrao6rof ?unregistered flogs' would shortly havo been annihilated, but it seems we 'reckoned -without pur host;' 'They appear* to bo just...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 17 November 1849

The Greatest Sale of any Medi cine In the World I Holloway's Pills and Ointment. To Mr. J. K. Heydon, v ; Goulhurn, August 29th, 1849. SIR,— I send you the following particu ? lara of « case that ha- just come to my knowledge, thinking it would be acceptable and tend trill further to establish the good repute of Holloway's Pills and Ointment. ' A Air. Thomas Clark, a settler at Ciirra wang, Lnke George, was for a considerable time' seriously afflicted1 with a complaint of his liver, together with the gravel. His medical attendants, after trying all their skill for a considerable time, candidly gave their opinion -.that his case was' hopeless, -ind declined any further effort as useless. In this situation, and when expecting every day; wouldt terminnte his earthly career, h friend, providenti'illy called on him, and in the course of conversation enquired if he had ever tried Holloway's Pills, which he assured him had' cured a friend of his simi larly situated ; he replied that he had...

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Sydney markets. FROM BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. LATEST PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 17 November 1849

Sydney Markets. ' FROM BELL'S LIFE IN 'SYDNEY. ? ;'! '' ' LATEST PRICES. ? ?' Hay, oaten, from £5 10s. to £6 ;- lucerne £4l0s.' per ton. ' '? Maize, 3s. 6d. to 4s. per bushel Oats, 3s. to 3s. Gd. per bushel Wheat, Colonial, 4s. ; imported, 4s. to 4s. 4d. Flour, fine, £10 10s. ; seconds, £9 10s. ; ration £8 per ton. Bran, Is. Id. per bushel. Butter, fresh, Is. Id. to Is. 3d.; .ditto, salt, IQd per pound Chees(j, 4Jd. to 5£d. wholesale ; and Is. retail, per pound Bacon, 4£d. wholesale ; 8d. retail, per pound Lard, 6d. per pound ' Beef, carcass, l^d. ; retail, 2d. to 2£d. per pound* salt, ditto, 3d. per pound - - ' ' ' Mutton, carcass, l£d. ; retail, 2£d.: per pound Pork, 5d. ; salt, ditto, Cd. per pound ' Veal, 5d. per pound Potatoes, imported, £7 per ton ; Colonial, ditto, £5 10s. per ton Eggs, 7d. to 8d. per dozen Sugar, £14 to £20 per ton Soap, 22s, to 24s. per cwt Wool, .washed, 12d. to I4d. per pound ; grease, 7d. to 8d. per pound Tallow, £25 to £28 per ton. Tobacco, imported, ' ...

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Poetry. THINGS THAT CHANGE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 17 November 1849

? „ Pdetary. o I^qazed ,ontthe;sun ja his,yestarp(Vpght,.v?0! t ?_. , :, . ^HednWitly gold arid ,TO^eii in light,* -,,;?. (^ci,.; ?l^jien/thel^ew^drops spnngledithe bttsh;and -thorn, SKitilirwreathof pearls tobedBck;tho:mprn,;.irf-I :? &hd,'&iory'strearaed o'er;th'eJsapphire skies,-; ;,.-: v.t . fjykofyh'e'o'pehing gates bif Paradise. '''t -?:.« .'?- -,^(; v^||wiligW;'!catnie witti^|hAdorws^rcjr, j ;^ 'f .^.',- ? ..pelting', this' ^iOTp^^c^aw^,:;^..;''''.';L-'. /.:V _ ';''; ;{W^^nWt^^dllk^aloneiyphali V ^ ,' .. .'After 'a princely fes'tiyalr^-. .,:,?:,: .??.'.- , r, , . ,-? . , ? .,- jThe^vusic husheaja^'th^gitodlsur'fled^;, : J^^;gloppa^d;«jenc? overspread. ;. ; .-.?.'? InjHe1 opening areign'of the bright Spring time l'Dathed?mv^ ? YpunffrfflbVers'spriiig. up, and young birds took And tiie'streamle^ And youth/: ^p'ei; the, fairy:scorie,, like deyr,. ,. Ifet^^d emotions ^ft,OTid;true.. Zz,,^,^/ '-. ''&'. :?'-'?. ';'Then gail/clancirig tfe'r airthc'earlh ;^- r...

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THE CHEMIST'S CAT. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 17 November 1849

THE. CHEMIST'S CAT. MB; UEtsDS Pripp9 was a chemitt, not oneipf your ordinary men, who, pqt their trust .in huge culoureJ. glass bottles, an4 drive a large trade in lozenges. No, Phipps was an 'experimental chemist, and, he ;ac? quajnted-the public with the fact by, mean* of an inscription to that eflfect over his, door* while he, confirmed h- neighbour^ in;- the belief by. occasional explosions more or 'less violent.: , On ;qne occasion he. wer|t: so ;far;Ha to blow the roof : of his hou^e, but thnt. he »aid, ' was an accident.' Moreover, Phippa was a licentiate of Apoihecaries' Hall,, and jobbed, the paupers at l^d. a head, including pills .and, plasters. Mri Phipps's establish ment was evidently, 'the home -for natural 'phi\osophy.. ? Experirneuta .abandoned - by every one else, were eagerly.*nught after by*. Phipps ; and be had a valuable auxiliary in his cat. '... ? . . When science slumbered, the cat .might be seen, comfortably dosing on. the door, step; but when anything new,...

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Died. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 17 November 1849

Died, At Keppel-street, Bathurst, on the 14 th instant, Eliza Jane, infant daughter of Mr. L. Murdoch. At the residence of Mr. James Boyd, Carcoar in the 27th year of his age, Mr. David Robertson, late of the firm of Roger and Robertson, Engineers, Windsor. He was much regretted by all to whom he was known.

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British Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 17 November 1849

Britista. Extracts. We have been informed that Messrs. Smith O'.BrieDKMeagher, M'Manus.Yand^O'Don-'J ohue; have; been sent out with directions to the Lieutenant-Governor. to issue, tickets of leave to them, provided they conduct them-, selves properly on the voyage,, and were willing to engage that they would not use the liberty thus granted them in order to make their escape. We;-under8tand,;that' Meagher and O'Dbnohue have agreed to: these terms,, and will accordingly be en titled to all the privileges of ticket of leave holders., ? .. . . . . ; . I Smith^O'Brien and M'Manus have re fused to enter into such an engagement, and will, therefore, be sent to some of the sta tions at Mafialsland, or ^ the Peninsula, and the^e be subjected', to subh an amount 'of coercion^as may' be necessary ' to prevent their escape; ;We; regret much that they should.be so extremely ill-advised as to re fuse tHe i only alleviation of their unfortunate condition which'vfrpuld leave them so great ?an amo...

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FACT AND FICTION. A TAVERN WAITER. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 17 November 1849

Fact And fiction. ' .a- tAVERN1 Waiter;; . **e ^ ^Djiyid ICopperfieW,; the. 'youngeru (vide DicKeris's ^neyt work,) iiv on, liis- way;; to school , lie^r ;Lonid6h. , The' coach stops at Yarmouth, allow n-r sufficient time for'' the passe tigers: to dine, David's dinner Had been ??preyi^sly^rdered'jaW^paid-fgr.v.. . .; , ,, ..;I;t;:was;a;rlarge room with some* large maps .iriUtiv -I-doubt ''if:Vi-.;.-c6uid have i felt,, much .stranger, if; the. maps ,had been real foreign countries and I cast uway in the: middle: of thein.J, ilfeltit; was taking h liberty to sit diHvri, w th my cap' in my hand, on the. end of a chair- nearest the ; dour ; and! w hen . the ' ? waiter laid, a cloth on purpose fur me, and put- ,a,.;set vof fcastors; on jt, I. think I; raust have turned red1 all over , with mo .,desty.'-!,;- ?, - ;??:-???-*? -.? ',' v ?.; 'l /:-? .'.' -? ?' ? '.? '?? ' . He brouht me some chops an'J vegetables,: arid took' the covers off in such a bouncing manner: that; I was afraid I in...

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THE STATE PRISONERS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 17 November 1849

In reference to the above; the, Launceston Examiner has the following ??:-^- ; ^ ^'?'.^ ;vT^STJ^'peKONEES.',. ...'.: ;; .' It isalready known, to our ? readers that tlio state prisoners : have ' amyed '';by7rH.-' M. : brig , Swift. Messrs.^ SmitH O'Brieh, Meagher, M'Manus, and O'Donohue are domiciled; in Van, Diemen's Land, nnd if a picturesque island, and salubrious climate qan^econcile, thetn to their fate, they M'ill be re Bigned.:, AlLbut ithe first have - accepted. ,tickets-of-. lea^eapn,). the : terms '.prescribedTr-that their local liberty, shall not be abused by- attempts to escape, and that\ they/shall not take part in public meetings. ^fr.iO'Biien'Sfrefusal to -ayail himself of- a generous bflfbr is ^ovusUnexplicable ;' it looks like stubbor dess'.V.Ijis compatriots have acted wisely in acceding to tho-condirioris^imposodi arid which are as few and iCTVif:'}ia'-hirr»iiifri'af;nnf»p!9'Hrn.rrjiTiif;.i ;- ' . . :' '.' , . - ??A 4We KavV given from time to' time, , and as even...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 17 November 1849

The Eldest Son of'' the Family. — Nine o'clock strikes,-as thejast arcana of ItheTbilet are completed,' land mamma and the daugh ters descend to the drawihgrboraito'supSr intend the final arrangements before- '^fie. guests arrived - At this precise period ,'-tHe eldestsoh of the family, who was-reque^te'd to be dressed- and have his room all tidy iby the appointed- time, throws the whole housed hold into .hysterics, by giving a thundering y- knock at the' door before any of the candle^ ' are lighted, as he'eomes home iu' kn'rextire\r mity of haste, rbut withal exceedingly jolly, from dining with some ' men in chamb^rs'i ' with'nbt: the least idea ' that- it' wasfsb late. ' Every ^bachelor knows the'bpefStibh ' which; wpmeh terra. .' puttings his; room ;', to rights,' implies hiding all ? hisjthiugs.with ?the., keenest; ingenuity , so . that ^,they* ..;can never be' found by any means. 'short -of/'' a divining-rod. This .; is the case;at;;present, and fresh confusion is created 'by' ...

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A SCENE IN THE HOUSE OF LORDS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 17 November 1849

' A SCENE IN THE 'HOTSE' OP XORiS. The London correspondent of the ^Liverpool Albion, after giying'a most iaipartta^opiniontupon the speech of. Lprd: Stanley .; .'upon, the .Navigation. Bill, -furnishes the following' - graphic- account of the concluding pbf tioh * of ? it.-* ? ' The passage;1'' ' he says, ' where he mourned over the Duke'^ seces sion from the Protectionists amounted to, decided pathos; though, undoubtedly^ much of the, effect it produced arose from the broken voice of the speaker the accents full of emotion, the frameuriderthe influence of strong1, sincere, and impromptu excite ment, and above all, the presence of the manfad dressed, rather than to say felicity either, of idea' or phraseology, for the words read tame. ;This*wa3 the ' scene' of the debate. Every eye, every. glass,' in 'that vast and unsurpassable . assembly— abound- ing, as it didi in all possible elements of .- inspiring1 ;hought,and enob'ling-a^ future— was coriceritratedia the ('.focus alone. of:...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 17 November 1849

: : -Shens|one.— -A- novel mode, pf^putting down ^an; intolerable nuisance' -has .'been 'adopted* at' the quiet' and picturesquV,yillage; pt^henstone^with complete' success.'' For a rconsiderable- time a' number of 'illiterate ybung^men^ssembled at ther principle. , en :trancejtovitfie- -'church, (a,'nd amused them - 'selVes^by^iil^king ^^inyiecorous remarks', on' the pWrspn^,'d,r^ss^&^ of, .each female . (irres pective bf social position)' as sKe entered 'Jthe church. ??;;, :no female escaped, their, 5 ? yalgar rudeness. - A^ fortnight ago, a handbill, of which- the following; is a copy, was postec throughout, the village-.— --(. Wanted, Vabout :-2^d'ybUngVmen;'of all shapes and sizes;^ from .the tall dandy.,/ with hair. enough on his upper works to stuff a barber's cushion, down to, the little hump-backed, freckled facedVtbo w-legged, carroty-headed upstart; The objectVis to form a gaping corps, to be in attendance.at the church doors on each Sabbathj before tlie cominence...

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A NEW OPENING FOR VALENTINES. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 17 November 1849

??ICOJ Ilt:1l1'i:i.i :\ ??:,??:' . .,.: .? ?: A^E^Pf Eljf II^G £O R VALENTINES. V AiiBNTiNEfifhave hitherto been sentimental. Tjiis^is a. sad mistake in a matter-of-fact age when^Love. :may- sknock at*a person's door longj i.enough - before .whe will be ; admitted, unless l he ,comes.,ihandsomely .'dressed, and his pockets full of money. The old- con- ventional ^ altar,, w.ith a couple of hearts on it ,,piferied ^thVough 'with a skewer, J' which postmen leave at house? wrapped up in pink covers, blithe 14th of February, is but sorry f-are for young ladies, who have been edu cated upon a hot luncheon' every day, and who, would sooner have a basin of turtle tKan^thVnrettiest pair of pigeons that were ever sefvedfup'.wifli pink ribbon on the best ; - ? ?. . - ? :?? ?'? '??? ;ji.. .'?;)??? ?a' ?:-e,r.',ir \ satin paper ! Lovers forget thet we are a. nation of shopkeepers, and should play their counters accordingly. How much better* instead of sending an immense tulip with;a gentleman si...

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THE WONDERFUL SIXPENCE. AN ANECDOTE OF REAL LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 17 November 1849

ifkk':^r6^DmFUL sixpence. .ffjj 4, AN.ANBCDOTB OF RBAL MPE. ?'aiif TcFrpmi tUe Manchester Spectator. J , . Otfn a^lpy ely morning in the month of May, as'! ^w'as1 travelling ia the neighbourhood of a^amalltown in theconnty of.Salop, I was byertaken?ibyV young man of' rather grave countenance/ rand probably about twenty five': years J'of-ageV '?Happening to be both travellings the same '- way, -we' soon 'fell' into cdnyersatibWaboutthe state of trade, money matters,'* and other subjects. After we had conversed? together a1 short time on these, he came but with the following words :—- a/4!?$v'eliV sir,' I will relate to you an anec dote!1 of '-;a* boy -who was well known to my father,1 to show' you what can' be done with but«a'- very; ' small -sum of money. The parents] of this boy were so poor.that they could-'' not 'afford' to take more than two scantys' meals 'each: day.'' The father, in fact, was. not 'able' to earn1 a livelihood for his family^ in consequence of a paralytic, stro...

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