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SUMMER HILL MINE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 18 January 1851

SUMMER HILL MINE. The half yearly meeting of the ' share holders of' the above mine took place at Mr. Arthur's Inn. on Wednesday laBt, Dr. Machattie in the chair.' The particular business of the meeting was to receive ihe Directors* report far the past six months ; to appoint two directors in place of Messrs. M 'In tosh and Sloman, whose term of office had expired by efflux of time ; and to dis cuss the present, position and prospects of the mine. There was a very good attend ance, and, we are glad to say, considerate interest taken in the proceedings of the day. From the report which was read and the various speeches which were made, we col lect the following items of intelligence Re specting the past management and piesent position of the mine. It appears that water has been the great difficulty with which the Company has had to contend. A contract was entered into with! a number of miners to sink a shaft, known as Clymo'B shaft, at a certain rate, the contract to be come vatd sho...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 18 January 1851

Married     On Monday, the 13th January, 1851, at the Scotch Church, Bowensfel, District of Hartley, by the Rev. Colin Stewart, W. A. Montague Clarence Leggett, Esquire, M.A., to Charlotte Flora Mac- donald, second daughter of Thomas Crawford,   Esquire, of Drumcar, County of Louth, Ireland. Bards and muses do not faulter       From the rites of Hymen's altar !    

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 18 January 1851

We do not identify ourselves with the opin-   ions of our Correspondents.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 18 January 1851

'.^V^.K 'j £.^Grera;':£Jsq? —;;' ; =: -';':? '^T . ' ? . . ?? ? -^- --^ ^^blete^ntvlisqi;' , ,:: ' ' ...... ,. It. Machattie, Esqi ' ; ' ' ' ' . .K .-.. !: ,'JSI ' B; 'Sergeant, Esq. ,^-ST.CJ ? JUDGE, ' . ?? . ' ''C-'M' ???- r '''-T. J^Hawkfns, Esq, '? .;??—??-?- ? ;.; ;;4'x1ea surer. -V W' ? T , ' ! '*' Mr: John. Rogers. ''' -..?I-',- ? . . , uoxpaAjiV s'epretary^ ? ? .?;;'.;'V.;'.:' ? ?, ? -;Mr. W.rFarraria. -.';? . i .:??:' ?:?'; ?: i-.r; ?.?! CLERK; OS1' THE .COURSE. ;';;?--.- . /Mr: Thomas Whitton. ; . _; ? Wedhesday, February 26th^ V ?fipHE: 'BATHURST TOWN- PLATE; of. £40, ;*il ! with^a Sweepstake of i£3.y for allhPrses ; weight1 -{ -for, age 1 heats/ twice' rourfd ' the course ; three ' 'entrances' br no race. :' ?? Entrance;, j£4. ..?ii-ir-!f v- :??.'. .' ?:. :- second race: ??? :: ????????? . ? ?' -THE' MAIDEN PLATE, of '£40,; with as swiep .^' stake -'of '£3 ; for horses that have, never won » -an advertised /prize above, v£iOV weighVfor 'age ; *r cheats; once -round the c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 18 January 1851

See Hive Store, , .. CARCOAR. RAPHAEL TOtANO begs' to , acquaint /his I ? friends and the public g-enprally that he lms purchased the extensive stock in trade of the above store from Mr. Simmons on very advantageous terms, and will consequently be. enabled to sell the various articles , comprised therein at greatly re duced rates'. If T. wishes further to state that he is about to visit Sydney for the purpose of providing ; himself ' .with an extensive assortment of merchandise cal- : culated for bush people, and from, the peculiar facilities he possesses, he flutters himself that he will be enabled to pur.chase at such rates, as will enable him to sell at prices so moderate as to defy competition. ? ;, ' . N. B.— The proprietor of the Carcoar Bee Hire bent upon doing a large business, has adopted the popular motto of trade— ?? Small profits and quick returns.'' .?; Stolen; or Strayed. FROM the Bald Hills, on the 26th ult.,ono dark browa HORSE, little white oa hiu'd heels, branded: ...

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[?]AYNAU, AND THE DRAYMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 18 January 1851

TmmmmAusms: (Fr-mMe»3iinday MvWd tk JgffoMtiyridi:'p$Wie6*tB. 'Ba'rclay - and Vwj$[»l£\X&$%l$\fii good/seVvjce to' the c«i*Pcs«ff Mm*Ui'ty,,; hav'e;- rendered , themj; sdireaiiotorious'pver .-Eurdpej' ; It may with trilth be'stnd that there^S'tttfrdly atown'Od [thtf'CofcliderWwKSre1 ae'weVtiflers af^ redd irt which, tW ignti^i^iqus-r^rX^'of , $»e. Att3 tritrofwomanrflogger before a body of Lon dotStwofkcoea, jwbom his barbttrous and1 brutal' crrtelties'- had justfy1 exasperated against, hl^,)ia9J)tit, eincethe fp?elligence of /the .occurrence' was, first received, formed the staple topic of conversations The Hun g^'fians'e's^ecJaHy' will rejoice at .this act of retributive', justice., J The' inhabitants' of c^efy*? o,ijfiji in Europe- where the irpn hoof'of detp'otistrHhas^nofr completely (trodden out I evWrr 'feeling 1 of chivalry orraarihood from tn^ir'toin'ds' will likewise rejoice at so noble1 ^manifestation -of , public feeling ^against' lone^whoie ^cowardly atrocities'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 18 January 1851

SEVERAL PARTIES fidvd'&eA !nHh-iaMt-'6P I passing through my pad-fodk! arid neglecting I to put up the s!ip,-mla';_tl-is is taffiya«tto^ci»^th»t I my person found trespassin.^, qn the land after , I tliis notite, will b6 'prosecuted to tW iltm^'rigod^ I of tli'elaw.' ' '.. ', ., . ', -*-M N.B.— Tblsr Notice' Will not bb'repealMli .' ,1VS, \ ' ,' J ' 'r ' / , ' ROBERT11 $#&$? \ , Carcoar, Jan. 15th, 1851. - t THE BOARD appointed by his-ETcellencys th«^ Governor to inquire into'tho management of tlie General Post Office, now hold( their meetings, oil Wednesday ahd Friday Iti each wbek? attnor, Post'OificeJ'm Geargi?-street.lv(h6rtf ahy ctfnihiutil-* catibrrs' (ndt htlonyilnous) Svill Ko rd^eiVed.' v CD. EIDDELLi Sydney. 3rd January, 1851. , ut ' ' ? Public Zfo'tioe. f , - ALL 'PARTIES are hereby; cautioned agftimtt TRESPASSING' on my rented.* and jitt*' emptive I.inds, recently in the occupation of \Vm, Luwsun, Esq , as after 'this notice, apy stoclc fount! depasturing...

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California. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 18 January 1851

California. {From the Launceston Examiner.) The news of the bill admitting California into .the Union having passed, elicited an expression of public joy only comparable to the recent 'separation rejoicings' of Victo ria. . We auote from ihe Dailu Alta. Call' forma of Gctober 19 : 'At once the Ame rican flag went up from every possible place in the city. One gallant fellow worked his ,way ,up the slippery flag-staff on the square, and rove, the pennant halyards amid ihe cheers of the crowd. Then the stars and stripes went floating aloft, and every hat swung round and every voice was brought into requisition to welcome the first public flag ever raised there in honor of -the 'Thir- ty-first State of the Union, 'Three times three* were given in token of pride and pleasure; as many more for Harry Clay for having 'assisted in putting it there;' the same for Mr. Benton, for the same rea son ; and many cheers for others. Then the people contributed between two and three hundred dollars fo...

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Miscellaneous Extracts. NINEVEH AND ITS REMAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 18 January 1851

-; XKi&oollazieoua Elx tracts. -'? JliNEYEH^AJNjD ITS REMAINS. . ?''. Mr.Lnyard pivesthVfollowing summary -{f iia:diBCOvenes at Nimroud which may ; furni»h lome idea of their nature and va lue:— ;';.-?'.' ''' ':'?'?;'?'?.' ? 'We will descend into the principal trench by a flight of steps rudely cut into the '/earth,' near the western face :of the , mound. As we approach it, we find a party of Arabs bending on their knees,' and intently, frazingiat something beneath them. .Each holds his Jong spear, tufted with os trich .feathers, inonehand; and^in. the; other, the lialter'of his mare, Which stands patiently behind hina. The party consists of a Bedouin sheikh from the desert, and hii' followers ; who; having heard strange reports of the wondera of Nimroud, have made Beverttl, days'; journey to remove their Vdoubta and satisfy their curiosity. .' He rises ?-as ihe'hearajuB approach ?; and if we wish to escape the embrace of a very dirty stran ger, we had better at, once hurry....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 18 January 1851

.'? : r,.':-\- ?'?? .' -; J-: i:.,') *:;.'' Vv '.' ? ?' '?' ? . - IMPORTANT, TO SETTLERS, COUNTRY STORE ikBBPERS,. BLACKSMITHS, AND OTHERS. 1-;VVxkbdA'S;E:..a;n'd CO., '....'.. .'J-'.'..': ?'?;: Iron Stores, - '?-, ? .- . . ,'. .'.,-, '-?','; f ESTABLISHED 1820. ; TREDAliE. AND. CO.. respectfully inform their JL 'qld customers, j\nd,otliers. that they have lately received large additions to tlieir already extensive aiid' varied' stock of IRON'MONG-EilY. . And ' whilst' confident they have ' for many years past enjoyed the ; highest reputation for furnishing a.really., good. article^ they arev also sensible that, coupled with this' reputation, their House lias been considered high in proportion. ? * They would now wish to impress upori the minds of the public, that in consequence of the. advan tage&us arrangements they have made with the Homo Merchants, to be supplied with the same quality! article as , heretofore, direct, from the Manufactories, they are placed in a position...

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PUNCH'S GUIDE TO THE SCIENCE OF THINGS FAMILIAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 18 January 1851

PUNCH'S GUIDE TO THE SCIENCE OF THINGS FAMILIAR. The Rev. Dr. Brewer, who evidently does nothing by half-and-half, has lately pub lished a very useful little work, asking in a familiar way some thousands of very fami liar questions, and answering them in a very 'pleasant; though rather round-about manner. Araoug other things he asks. 'Why do you black-lead a flue?' aDd though we should have thought it wa9 in order to give the flue a polish ,' Dr, Brewer 'tells us we do so ' in order that the heat of tbe flue may be more .readily diffused about the room; because black lead radi ates heat more freely than any other cub - stance.' We are then asked. ' Why does a saucepan- that has been used boil in a shorter time than a new one V \ Our an swer would have been, ' Because the old un's used to it ?' but the Doctor tells us in much finer phraseology, though perhaps coming to the same thing, that it is, 'Be- cause the bottom and back are covered with soot, and the black soot rapidly absorbs...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 18 January 1851

1 ' ???? ? .. ' ? JtggS^ 1 . , Wanted, to Pilr«lia»«,\ 4'.-'-\Jr ONE .or TWO' FLOCKS.. of. tbra» .y«r 'M - WKfUERS. eUaa nod sound. ' Apply.^.W [^jjffc tyapejy, Haherd.rt9hary, Lace Bonnets Sjiop , -,Vij./ ,, and, Blanket Warehouse, -,,i ; stt,' #44, ^Geohob- street South, Stowax* ?? - 1 ?ft* fc&DK'8c COMPANY,^ mak'ingtheir'grate; X ? i fill acknowledgment1* (o their friends Ihrougli )uttho colony; for tho liberal patronage conferred -n their establishment' durifrg the past year, burf ,o 'acquVuiV tihdin, that in order to meet the de nand of their rapid Ijr increasing tudc, they are flaking great additions to their stock, and have to Dffefrair assortment of '' - ' ' ' n ', -XC' ' , \ DRESSES * DeLaine, Barege, lialzoiinc, Muslin, and other kinds of such extensive yurjety, npvel and elegant iasigrij and above all, low price«, as will eclipse the competition of ALL SYDNEY. ? ^ '' SHAWLS AND SC\RF3. uJialimorc, Barege, supprb Litrone, Paisley, and . ? 'Edinbuigh, &c &am...

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Colonial Extracts. DR. LEICHHARDT. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 18 January 1851

Dr Leichhardt       (From the Argus.) ,- As one means of forming an opinion, upon the probable fate of the doctor, and of his present position if alive, we applied to   his old companion, Mr. Bunce; laying the notice of the herald before him, and re- questing him to favour the public with his opinions upon a subject upon which he   perhaps more than any man in Port Phillip is calculated to form a correct impression of. An intimate knowledge of the doctor's character,long practical experience of the difficulties he would have to encounter, and the very fact of his having been one of the last white men, who saw Dr. Leichhardt, all seem to stamp the views of Mr Bunce with no ordinary value ; and deeply do we re- gret to find his impressions taking aso sombre a hue. ,   -Mr.Bunce says,   'WHERE IS DR. LEICHHARDT?' "Such is the heading of a 'very ably   written leading Article in the S...

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Colonial Extracts. ON THE COLONIAL DISEASE TERMED BLACK-LEG. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 25 January 1851

,ic.f^lo*tellaactf*m.^r'- ON^-tHk1 COLONIAL' DISEASE ' '., f'TJE#^p''?tACK-LEG. - . I it: '^f Correspondent \of the Press. J [This disease or aome! maladies analogous, bj however in' various parts of Britain town by the name of leg-murrain, quarter il; blood-sbofc. and in Australia by the rm oi^lack-leg ; so demonstrated from e darkly Voloured appearance which one other of the quarters exhibits after death. jis1 dreadful malady, from numerous uses, in various regions, presents varied' pects,1 and' assumes different types, but 1 resolvable to one cause. ' ' ' In some of its appearances, the whole idy is affected with intense inflammation, hich in a day or two becomes a mass of itridity.^The disease, indeed, is, from e first,' entirely of an inflammatory cha cter, which may run its course in various ay8, and affect one, -several, or all the ?gans of the animal system/ When the intensity of inflammation con intratea in' a single leg or quarter, it then ssolVes the name into the epithet...

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Sydney Intelligence. COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 25 January 1851

Sydney SnteHig-ence. COMMERCIAL ESTTELUGENCE. fFrast the Sidney Morning Herald. J TIireagltQKfc tie \re*k -tre have experienced more animation than ira hare JaHvarn for 'some time. Eastern produce especially has been is. request, and has in most instances got into very -few hands. \ — Tea is h«ld In cjuantiity, only by trvo parties j and the larger psrtioa 'has been -svitlidrawn from the markeJ, Many sales Larc been effected «.t 5s. and 7s. pcr-cnest adssnee on last week's prices, bat even this price will not -cover the cost of Tea, of the present season : StocBs are lower than lliej have been for rsRay years. — ^Xolwiuistandlngr tbe aliirm evtEce«l by; severs! Sagar Iioldsrs, a fetr weeks jiesdi prises crc again ituproviEg-; oar mar ket inay hz szsl te fcavc recovered from tkz shock gnrea to it by the waat of confiderce of those par ties whose experience of oar market should hxsa preTeatcd then aaaking a, sacriScc. — Tiuere is an Mtcessive importation of British Goods, and many art...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 25 January 1851

Will wlLrJby; auction, at the residence of J. W, i-BHgfi, Esq.^ on WEDNESDAY NEXT, 29th ?t - instant, to commence at 12 o'clock, ? *if VARIETY of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, JnL consisting of horsehair and cane seated chairs, ?easy chair, dining, loo, and card- tables, 3 chcf foniers, side table, bedroom furniture, toilet glasses iron and French bedsteads, horsehair mattresses, Jfeatheir pillpws.hahdsome stone and gold break*, fast set, '-new China matting in piece, chest of drawersVpigeoa hole for: papers, kitchen utensils, gig. and tandem harness, a quantity of valuablo bookstand a variety of other articles. ?'..' . Terms at sale. ' Also, at the same time, a NEW GIG, with child's seat behind, to shut iip ; and a second-hand' . ;doublo-seated Gig, with patent axles and out-; trigger complete. ?? ? Valuable SSouselxold Furniture, .?Two upright Pianofortes, Pier Glasses, and. other „»? ?effects, from the residence of \V. Lawson, Esq., . ( ?i^Macqu.arie Plains, who is leaving the district.. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 25 January 1851

Monday's Weekly Sal«|. ;: I TN consequence of Monday, 27sh being a holiday I JL {to commemorate the anniversary of the colony) I the usual Weekly Sale will be held on the follow- I ing day, Tuesday, at Read's Inn, at 12 o'clockV ;; I ' - J- Xashe, ?}[ Auctioneer; Boiling' Z-own. THE undersigned begs to notify that the Pots are ready for the reception of Stock at any moment, and; that he is a purchaser at soiUbla prices. ' ? .. . . ..... ? . . 1 J. J. ASHE,. I ?. ? Proprietor. | ? . - ? '? C- y. SuaBford _ .^ I HAS great pleasure in announcing to the -n-|| habitants of Bathurst and the surrounding E district, that in addition to his present stock, he I has just .received a FRESH ASSORTMENT OF I &O0DS, that have been recently selected from the I latest arrivals, consisting of Cameo and 'other I brooches, also ear drops, in colored nnd bright I gold in. great variety, lockets, chains, shawl pins, I &c, children's coral and silver bells, handsome I cut silver mounted sme...

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Original Contribution. ON PHYSICAL EDUCATION. No.—II.—INFANCY. (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 25 January 1851

Original Contribution. ON PHYSTCJAi-EIHJGATION. No.' fL— :ifc#AKCY. ?''v ?'-'' (Continued^) Foop.— For the first six months of th life ; of *an infant,' its sugpoVt sh'bul'd' be de-{ rived from. thVnioth.'et's.breasit ;r btit;whethier air mothers are capable of discharging this duty during such.' a p eriod, is bf course an other question, and also wbrether 'siicb bus-! tenance is adapted to the requirements of the child. All, however, mu3t allow, that in obedience to an obviously 'designed law of nature, mothers who possibly can, ought to suckle their offspring. By the performance of such an office, not only is the bodily health of both mother and child much improved, but the pleasurable feeling Df maternal solicitude is called daily into operation, whilst fostering and supporting the being she has -brought into existence. What a strongly marked difference exists in the appearance and constitution of infants who have been carefully nursed by the robust, young, and healthy mothers, o...

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British Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 25 January 1851

British ESattracts. A ' California' at Lisnagttnague,' Antrim. ! — A correspondent, on whose ve-y racity we can rely, writes us' the following, account of a novel discovery at the village ' of Lisnagunague, near Bushmills :— ' On ' Saturday last, while travelling on' the' road'' ' from' Bushmills to Ballintdy, I had occasion to stop opposite a small, miserable-looking' grocery shop, at Lisnagunague. Seeing a number of people assembled at the door, I inquired the cause, and was told' that' the owner of the cottage ' was digging 'for r money. To satisfy my curiosity I walked' in, and found a man busily engaged at digging up the earthen floor with a crow bar ; he was stripped to the Bhirt and ap parently working with might ,and main.* When he had excavated a considerable quantity of dirt, the digger culled for a' ' plate, and, to my astonishment; commenced picking out from the clay a great1 quantity of silver corns. ' He then srot'a tub of wa ter and commenced washing the precious, met...

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Country News. DISTRICT OF HARTLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 25 January 1851

Country Zffews. [ff'aOM OUR CORRESPONDENT.} DISTRICT OF HARTLEY'. . Pursuant to notice a public uieetiug was held at the Court House, on Thursday, the 16th instant, for- the purpose of presenting a testimonial to H. Atkins, Esq., police magistrate and coroner, on the occasion ef his removal from Hartley to Moreton Bay. Thomas Brown, Esq., J;P., in the chair. Several appropriate speeches were de livered, among which we were particularly delighted with an animated address from Jeremiah Granr, Esq. On no former occasion, since the election, has the Court House been so . densely crowded. The Chairman announced the sum of £50 a3 having been collected for the purchase of a suitable 'gold watch and appendages, and a committee was appointed to procure the same and have thexnia. readiness for presentation on that day fortnight. - . The removal of few government officers frottr^Ssy^ district would excite .so much heart-felt regret in the parties left behind them. --x. Mr. Atkins carries'- wit...

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