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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 11 January 1851

/ Situation Wanted, ?TITANTED by a married man now in charge o- Vr a Sheep Establishment a situation as Over seer or Storekeeper. TI10 advertiser hns had many years' .colonial experience amongst Stock, and is able to produce satisfactory testimonials. He wiil be ready to enter into' an engagement in February. Applications addressed to this office for A.1 B.' will be attended to. . ,, ? To Settlers, Country Storelteepers, and Wholesale i Buyers generally. T-ULL0CK teams, drays, and, the inconveriierico j3 of bad roads, partly compensated for by pur chasing your future Store's at Edwin Campbell's Cylindrical Coffee Depot. Tho entirely new system of business throws aside all 'competition as regards - prico. v: ? - ? . . ^ ... 1 Now on sale— ? ' . 400 chests twankay tea ; 50 ditto congous, ex Arabia 300 bags Mauritius sugar \ :' 600 bags Parnpanga ditto 400 ditto ration sugar ; : 50 tons rock salt 50 ditto dairy ? j 20 ditto Liverpool . ,'. . 30 caroteels currants 20 barrels ditto' ' ' ...

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IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 11 January 1851

IRELAND. CFi'om the Manchester Examiner ond Times. J The Harvest.-— CThe ' cereal harvest is now nearly completed in most parts ol the country, and the result is universally satisfactory. Although the potato is seri ously affected in many parts, the propor tion remaining sound is so considerable, mai an aounuant supply tor me. winter ana spring is calculated upon. While the har vest work is plied with the utmost energy wherever landlord extermination, ramine, the workhouse, and emigration have left labourers for the execution of it, the pic turesque scenes of the south and west are swarming with excursionists equally dili gtnt in the pursuit of amusement. Salr of Encumbered Estates. — One of the finest properties that has yet come un der the operation of the Encumbered Ks tatea Act is now in the market, and, unless previously disposed of by private contract, will be offered for public sale in the month of January next. It consists of the Killy moon estates of Colonel Stewart, situat...

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Original [?] LOVE AND REASON. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 11 January 1851

;~-©r£s£wrt piretrj). , 'tC)YIS;AKI) KEAt&NV' ?Bbpect^jlit Inscribed ia. admiration of -thoirical-, -to tjio amiable iliss T7. and iho falcated Mr. TV. Jr. IJeggott, both of 'wioRB Bwect strains in defence , of tliat 'godlike pas-, isioa'— love — cpon Vliose '.' burning altar' they, it would appear,' hare founil' abundance of -flame, but ns yet, happj': piirJ— ao cinders!! we -had lately the pleasure of reading in the columns of the BATinraST Fbee I'reSs. - ? \ ' Lore,' mutual love, with' youth and health, ' , And bright anticipations,' - ' ?? ; Is wealth, surpassing worldly wealth, ? A state beyond all stations, r _., Then pledg'd the tow, by all unseen— : ? _. ,: Exchang'd the tender token ; Caresses too, may intervene, And sighs still sweet, though, broken. i .= But year3 on years come rolling on, '? ?.'.;- i ?.-.?? And though a world's before -us, ' ?-?.;?..'. Vire find, alas ! 'tis not the one, = ?'?-.- ? 'WTre'so stars once sparkl'd o'er us ; -.'??'? The fairest cloud ...

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THE EXHIBITION OF INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 11 January 1851

THE EXHIBITION OF INDUSfRY. (From the Manchester Examiner and Timet.J It is becoming evident that at least the French and Germane, probably some other foreign nations will spare no exertions or forethought to prepare such contributions of their products as shall vindicate their iu us trial reputation: and as the roval com* missioriers have now definitely announced that the 31st of October next U the latest duy on which they can receive any appli cations from the local committees for the allotment of space in the Exhibition, we hope all those manufacturers who intend to furnish anything for the honour of Eng land in this great rivalry of skill nod inge nuity will quickly decide to send in the statements of the character and size of their contemplated contributions to the local committee?, in order that the calcula tions of space required may be completed in time to report their consistent und satis factory demauds. With the view of stinculating the patri otic zaal of. those among our...

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TOTAL LOSS OF THE "INDIAN INDIAMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 11 January 1851

TOTAL LOSS OF THE ?? INDIAN ' INDIAMAN. (From the Sunday Times.) It is with considerable regret we an nounce the loss of this fine ladiaman, 500 tons burden, on1 her outward voyage from England to Bombay, on a reef of rocks named the Cargados Garayos or Narerett bank, with a melancholy loss of human life. The annexed narrative is from a gentleman who was a passenger on board :—- 'Nothing of any note occurred until the night of the 4lh of April last, when at eight o'clock the captain informed us that, if his, reckoning- was' correct, s we should either be clear. or, very nearly upon the Carf gados reef. Being rather taken aback at thecool way in whicbhe expressed himself, I ran forward to the forecastle, followed by the1 captain and one of/ the passengers. Twenty minutes had not elapsed before 1 distinctly saw breakers ahead, which I im mediately pointed out to the captain, who turned to one of the seamen standing near him at the time (named Peter Martin), and asked him if he thought...

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SUMMERHILL COPPER MINE. To the Editor of the Bathurst Free Press. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 11 January 1851

SUMMERHILL COPPER MINE. To the Editor of the Bathurst Free Press.' ~ Sir, — I was1 requested by the Sydney shareholders- oft the Bathurst Q.oppef,Min'ing Compariyto Vviait^ the Summ'erhill mine;f6r th e'_ pu r pose- pf ascer £ai n ing- if: th e, ore, ' cp uld be '^melted 1' at,, the ?, mine.;, to try if; the heat required could be nroduced bvj wood, and if the soap; stone; :'or steotite.swould stand the,' heat required tbK. reduce the.^cop^er.'.Qrfi tp a^ malleable state. . ,' ?'' \ i ,'.' A smali . rever,ber,ato ;y .f urjiace, .wa» erec ted, and; after calcining part-: of the- orej. tlie heat -was raised by degrees -till the o're Was reduced to .n'fluid^eitate !_;; and;; xvith/Ei^flux, ;suitablejo:;the o.per.atipn- the 'popper' hawed freely from the siag, and left. no. doubt as to the capability of the wood as fuel or' the4 stone in standing the heat required. \ The successful result of thiese. operations must .have , put the. shareholders in, a very different position from, that, ...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 11 January 1851

1 ^-Itocai. Zsitetlia-Qnoe. ' TJhte? CoNSTj^BwasHiEy — District Constable ?Shearman ^has Been Tappointpd Chief Constable of, 4he District' itei&o'placq^f-MfV^bhn Davies re-v signed. *Con6&bie'* Marsft^hai 'received the ap-, nointment of ^District ^Constable, to fill up the' hiatus thus made; ' ' ' Appointments. — -At a full meeting of the bench' on Monday last, Chief Constable 'Shearman was, appointed Inspector of/ Weights and Measures for ?the township- of ?Bathurst. There were toyo ap plicants, 'Messrs. Brady, find .Barsden, for the inspectorship of slaughter-houses, left vacant by the resignation 'of Mr; Davies; Mr. Brady ob tained the ^appointment, conditionally upon the refusal of government to allow the present Chief Constable to hold it, a matter of some doubt ac- . cording1 to the provisions of the new Police Act. \.'J Novel Mode o^1' Thrashing. — It will be seen upon reference to a communication from the ' Old Brewer,' that the scarcity .of labour, and tlie ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 11 January 1851

O' We do not idehiify ourselves with the opin ? ions of our Correspondents. ,,

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Local Intelligence. SALE OF TOWN AND SUBURBAN ALLOTMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 11 January 1851

Ziooal Xntelli^onoe. SALE OF TOWN AND' SUBURBAN . AL LOTMENTS. ..' A large concourse of town and country people assembled at the police office, on Wednesday last, on the occasion of the sale of town anil suburban allotments, with the intention to purchase, and others from mere motives of curiosity. About 11 o'dock the sale was commenced by Mr. Asbp, who officiated as auctioneer, and from the brisk spirit of competition aisjiliiyea. tue money maniec oi Bathurst -may bo adjudged in a healthy state. The total leccipts from the sales amounted to £930 6s. 4-d., but fi-oin some neglect or, irregularity in tho Survey Department, a. large number, of country lots surveyed contemporaneously with, some that were advertised and put up for sale, were kept back. Had the whole been brought forward, it was calculated that- the sale3 could not have pro duced less than some £2000. ... . E\LE3rOHU TOWN ALLOTMENTS. U'0. rnaOHABBB. A-IT. SOIB 70B1 5. EHzit Isabella Armstrong ? £4 ° 0 6. Ditto..;; ? 4 0 ...

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Country News. CARCOAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 11 January 1851

.; C6tmtr3r;28'owsi ''?;?[- /TvViOjkmvpf CORRESPONDENTS, j , : CARCOAR. f iNutJEST.-r-Ai]! inquest was held by S. North Esq. (j/o^pner, pti Pritlay the 3rd. of thia nYonth; ';-jaii the'bmly: of an old man na ^ef.^lexajMef: If 'Duff, by trade a carpen ters de^aieV occupied, a roo in an un fimahed cottage ot Mr. ijouaou s, ai wnicn -he had been working:; lie very often was in ?ifte habit of getting ' on! a spree' and hav ing caugiitcqlil, inflammation of the lungs set iujifpm vvhich li|0uffered severely before ?'ij»;e would haye; medical; assistance. A,bout the ;13th^;bf 'last ihonib,- Mr. and Mrs. TwaddelV requeBted Dr. Bell to visit him. 'wfcen lifter a few /Jays deceased rtfiised to r''';takeJ.anyi/me|iicinei.'a'nd.Dri,'Bell'discoutin ued attending:; him ; he was found on the .morning1' mentioned,. the 3rd; in one corner of the room 'in a half sitting posture quite .dead, with a wound on each arin, and marks of .blood on several parta, of his clothes ; -; there was.airazor beside h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 11 January 1851

' stewards. J ' Valuable 'Sown and Suburban Pro- HF W.H.SuttoWEsn-.M.p. , perties for Sale. J- C. Ii. Green, Esq. TI/TR* TRESS ha3 received instructions from J. Of I. 1*. Clements, Es-j. [yJL W. Bligh, Ksq., to sell by auction, at Mrs. ne 'K. MacUattie, Esq. Black's Hotel, Bathurst, on WEDNESDAY, the co 45. B. Sergeant, Esq. 15th day of January, 1851, in such lots as shall , JnDGE. then be determined on, all those highly impioyed - T. J. Hawkins, Esq. ana- valuable Properties situate in the town of T(lc.smpR Bathurst, consisting: of— T Mr! John Jogera. The newly erected DWELLING-HOUSE, now L £?-£????- ?::?' occupied as two dwellings by Mr. Sergeant,, soli- m Sio.vorart sEcnETART. . , . citor and Mr. Bligh, containing. nine rooms, with ro , Mr. W. Farrand. , , ? kitchen, cellar, store, and servants* rooms .under-. clerk or the coDRSis. ground, together with Mr. Thomas Wliitton. !; Five Acres of Land attached thereto, subdivided FIRST DAY mto two paddocks, and gardens. ? ?_ ':?::,,?.?...

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COMMUNICATION WITH AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 11 January 1851

COMMUMCATION- WITH AMERICA. From the Weekly Chronicle. Some influential persons connected with the State of Maine, U.S.. have laid before the local legislature a plan for shortening the time of passage between New York and London, which has so far met with the tap nrobation of that bodv. as to have secured the documents presented to them the ho nour of being printed at the state expense. The citizens who have cpme 'forward in this movement are of great respectability and influence. They request the legislature to cuuse a survey to be made of the most prac ticable route for a railway from the city of Bangor, U.S., to the eastern boundary of the State in the direction of St. John, New Brunswick, and to take such further action as may tend to favour the construction of a line fromthat city to some good harbour on the eastern shore of Nova Scotia or of Cape Breton, best fitted to bacome the ter minus for the most direct line of transat lantic navigation. ? The points which they indicate...

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Colonial Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 11 January 1851

;. '. Colonial .Extracts. B f:S'KBiiBTpN;;FouNo^-iThe^ ;?reraains^.of.',,.ii;, 'HViraanTbpdy.'.al'm'^'t a perfect 'sk^leior^j^ere jfquadpflfl ;- Fridayr .on-, the . beach .pear the % mouth of the first river, by one of thei'set-' | tiers in the neighbourhood. There v?aa' 'fiothfhg! ;td feaid 'tq'aa':identificatiori: of ihe! Tfybfiy-.'-r Portland'. Guardian. , r';,' : ?'?' ''„', *.v Wl ? ' ? Vi'T HB -Ex POSITION 'OF rl 85 1 -.—? Ho W (an - Untyped rtlve;'friynds':-:of'A'ustralia must feel, irtieh'/jhey .': fiWd;;'th)it;Ni!\v; !Sniith: Wdlea, {w^tph'wiis. expected ,','tq' contribute so.la'rgely Jtp,the general iejchibitioa of alLnatioris, will ?ini fact! send next to- nothing. -The! folldw- i'rtg ' a n ticip atlb tis - of '' a''cor r esporide nt: 'of the iSydhetfMotrnijiq^ l\;fw' ?we.'je'g ret ip say ',. are(.not to .be realised ! ; and, .deeVly-dd-we uepjore that; that which he^o1 truly, /-points' out 'to be'. 'of the most ?yitaj! inn port' jtq r'-ilh'e* .colonies should have been, j...

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Sydney and Country News. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 11 January 1851

' ?' Sydney and Country News. il- Thk LATE'BoATyAcciDENii.:-1-\Ve gather; :chiefly'':from\^dur!vc6lrite'mp'6jaj;yr'v'.thei ''Free'-] man'? ; Joyknal, it he ,f pi I o w i n g .p.a rtic ill a'ra '. of : the late .melartc.noly boat ? accident. ;The two :vounsr.- Palmers were sonsof -a 'widow; lady ,- and ' were' young gentlemen -generally I ; '^sft'e'rtife'd/ ''.The* twdysons of CdpVain..'jF*[iijV-i i kett , had ?een . . acq aai n t eTd with , Mr. ;M,k'c- \ 1 plieraon,; at Woollongong. where they, forr; I merly resided, and prevailed- on: him to acr j Company thteta ,m' tfieir fatal excursion''1 for \ the- purpose fo^ .boat/, which one of -these gentlemen. wished; to 'purchase.,' ilt appears that ' Mr. MacT ?'^herson/' could' fnot spare1 time' for this p'ur-i p6se, ^except ;bh- Sunday. , 'On'; last Sunday1 jWeek.'the^'p.afty.- of .five left Wopldornoolob .Bay, 1 in ihe \}1adfje Wildfire, between two: ?and three 'in:1 the afternoon; ; As they did not return- thatleyenihg, 'it ;was! thou...

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English News. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 11 January 1851

^Snffllali/IKWs^';'-'' :: (From the 'Argus.') ' Dangerous Position of Marshal Hay NAtr'iN;HANqvaR,— rPhe Zeitung fur Nord dekschhnd, of the 1.1th instant, announces the arrival of General Haynau at Hanover, and the outbreak of some petty disturbance I in consequence of a, mob wishing to attack \ the hoteL in which the marshal had taken \ his' quarters. Several arrests took place, \ and it was found necessary to dieperse the (crowd by mean3 of- the civic guird. The \ Palis correspondent of the Times slates that I a police force had to protect General Hay ! nau .'** from the violence of the democrats of j Cologne, who wished to imitate the dray I men of London. ' \ India.-— It is: reported that the Marquis | of DiiHiousie was about to return, from bad JheaUh, and Would be succeeded by the Earl iofOlarendpn. Lord Dalhousio has eanc Itioncd the formation of a road from Simlah ito Ladakh, which would open up an intei - Inal trade ..with China, at present tnono Ipolised by llussia, . Sir ...

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ON PHYSICAL EDUCATION. No. II.—INFANCY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 11 January 1851

.ON. PHYSICAL EDUCATlbfe' :N,o. II.t-Infancy'.^ m -. Tt 'may perhaps not be iuappropriate, bp fore commencing theisubject of the physi cal.educationof infants,. to say a little con cerning that vital principle, called life; a matter knoWnonly to us by its results, im perceptible to our senses, and likely to re main^ for ever incomprehensible. ; -? 1 Metaphysical speculations, conjectures, or references which fully and' clearly ex plain various other phenomena' in haiiife, giveius-no clue to, or elucidation of this most wonderful principle. It is;alone in organic.life it exists, reigning as an inherent, predominating power, and governing our material frame ? It is that force Which puts our bodies in: motion, for ^without it * all ?mattei- must remain at rest, except acted on by some external ; force. A tnan 'raises himself from the surface of the earth by clinging to arope or ascending a ladder,'biit exiitigiiish that vitalprinciple within him, and instantly his hands relax: their gr...

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SYDNEY MARKETS—FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 11 January 1851

SYDNEY MARKETS— IpainAY. -' Whkat, Eodr, &c. — Mr. Breillat, reports 'that .a fair supply of .wheat; has arrived to -market during t!.e week, but formerprices are still sustained ; 6s. to. 6s. 8d. per bushuly according to quality, being freely criven. The usual trade has deen done in flour, £17 per ton for iine and £15 for seconds. Bran,. Is. per bushel. Mr. Barker reports thatithe supply continues ,to improve in:its extent, chiefly from Hunter River district, and the price varies from 5s., for inferior, to 6s. 7d,, for prime sam ples. Flour is without further alteration ; fine, £17, seconds, £.16 per ton. Brau Is. 2d. to Is. 4d. per bushel, according to quality. Other Grain.— Maize, 2s. 9;l. to 3s.; oats, 3s. to 3s. 3d. ; batley, 3s. to 3s. 3d. per bushel. Biscuit.— Biscuit at Barker's mills is quoted at 20s. for cabin, and 15s. for ship, per cwt. At Wilkie's bakery, cabin biscuit 24s., pilot 20s., and ship 18s. per cwt. \ Botcher's iMeat.— The wholesale butchers sell beef ...

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PRODUCE CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 11 January 1851

. PRODUCE CIRCULAR. A largo business has been done in wool during, the ?past.weeknbut there has been less, animation in the market for;. clips of low to medium character, whilst those of a better class have^ brought full rates at auction. ! . ' V * '.' Sheepskins, tallow, and hides are without altera tion. ? ' ? ' We have now to notice with gratification in this our first circular in the hew year,' that the auction duty heretofore exacted has' been abolished in i e spect of the'piiblic'sales of colonial stock and pro duce; and1 we' trust that -this measure is merely a precursor -of further enactments' which will eftvet ually .remove alL present: trammel upon- commerce, arid.give to the colony itho;full advantages ofia free trade policy. ' . ? ? (f ;: : ;, -PRICES CURRENT. ' ' .' ??'?? -,wooi,.': ? '? ?-????-.- ; ?.'???? ' s. d. s. d. Superior, clips ? . 1 3 J to 0 0 ?- Fairto good. ........... -1 l| 1 3 ? Low to middling ? 0 10' 11 Grease ... . . . . . ...... 0 5j 0 6^ .'' Locks, sk...

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THE BATHURST TREE PRESS. SATURDAY, JANUARY 11, 1851. 'MAGNA EST VERITAS ET PREVALBIT." AN TI-TRANSPORTATION ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 11 January 1851

;; THE MTHURST TtiM PRESS^ SATURDAY, JANUARY 11, 1851. *' UAGNA E3I YKBITAS ET VRJEYA IB8IT.' A N T I-T a A N S P O R T A T I O N -& ???.,.??-??« ASSOCIATION. ; Sbteaax. attempts have recently been made to convene. a public meeting, by advertise ment, to consider the propriety of forming a Branch Association in Bathurst to co 'bperate with the Anti-Transportation. As Bcciation in Sydney, but hitherto .unsuc cessfully. ' This failure is not attributable to any reaction in the sentiments of the people, for we are convinced that if occa sion required it, the feelings and opinions of the colonists, which are now passively slumbering would gush forth in a tor Tent of such overwhelming power as would ...sweep aw ay lilce a web of gossamer texture ? 'the sternest opposition which could be mar- . shalled against them. The sentiments of the Anti-Transportationists are unques tionably the sentiments of the people, and where from deficient education or other in tellectual causes they h...

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SYDNEY Intelligence. COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 11 January 1851

, ,; ;lSy.dnejri.Sn,teUJlg-.er»,-?e. . ' ' CFrotnthe.. Sydney .Morning Herald. ) COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. The very brisk demand for supplies for the inte rior which is now experienced by the tiade, will have;* almost beneficial -effect upon our, market. Large quantities of, goods- have been taken off du ,ruig* the, week.causing a considerable reduction' of retailers' stocks. Were importers ;nuw to evince a little.; ? firmness^ good, rates: must be the result. There. aiie few articles of which there is an exces sive stock, but so long as merchants will continue to force the market, we.must look for no favoura ble, result.

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