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Country News. MOLONG. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 25 January 1851

Country Hews. , [from our correspondent/} MOLONG. Savage Assault. — On Sunday last two men 'if the respective names, Purderer and Jones), took coach at Orange to proceed to Molotg. When about half way between the tpo places, Purderer became quarrel - iragged him off the 'vehicle 'to ttie- ground; V where he beat him. about the Head and face - -r n a dreadful manner. Having satisfied hilt ''. arutal and savage disposition for a time her returned to the mail, and threw -the mail bags and a number of parcels upon the road, ind whilst the driver occupied himself in ' sollecting them together, he commenced 'a V second attack' upon poor- Jones, 'who it api ' ' pears was in a weakly state from the effects '7 }f a fall from a horse, and had been under ' medical treatment. r But for the interpoai- -' 'ion of the mailman who had great diffi culty in restraining him, the ruffian would * undoubtedly have beaten him ' to ? death. - Having assisted -Jones into the coach, he drove off, leaving Pur...

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

CARCOAR. Inquest.-— On Wedaesday evening, the ;15th in8tant,.an inquest was held by S. North,. .Esq., ; coroner, at the.: house on Kind's 'Plains known as ' Dovle'a Old Pub lic House,' on the body or a female named. Mary Lacey, who died there rather sud denly that morning.. It appears, that de ceased in company with a man, with whom she had been living for some time past, came to this house on the preceding even ing, and obtained permission to put up, there for the night, and after taking some food, she went to bed, merely complaining of being tired. .. About 10 o'clock she was seized with pains or cramp of the stomach and bowels, which continued: . severe all night, and for the relief of which ;hbt fomen- , tations were applied by the inmates of , tliei house; she continued in this state until, 9 a.,m.,: the Tollowing morning, when she. suddenly expired. As .there were no marks, of violence on the. body, .the j ury . requested , the coroner would order dt post mortem exr. amination...

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Country News. MOLONG. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 25 January 1851

Country Sews. :£feom our correspondent.] . MOLONG. On Monday, the 20th instant, a paClic meeting was held at the iloloug Inn, at Moiong, pursuant to advertisement, to con sider the propriety of forming a branch as sociation in connection with, the New South Wales Association for preventing the re vival of transportation. Mr. -John Murray in the -chair. The chairman havisg read the adver tisement convening the meeting, briefly stated the objects of the parent association. Mr. Passmore proposed and Mr. Clymo seconded a resolstion to the effect, that no corresponding good can accrue to compen sate for the evils that will attend a renewal of transportation ; that this meeting- recog nises with pleasure the Moiong committee appointed by the parent association, and that it is the wish of the present meeting to become an auxiliary branch, of the New South Wales Association. Mr. Passmore, ttiio had been long resi- ! dent in the colony, entered fully and feel ingly into ths evils inseparable...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 25 January 1851

Xocal Sntelligence. The Notorious Peter Gollaghes. — - This noted bushranger waa again commit ted on Monday last to take his trial at the ensuing assizes for shooting at Conatabley Maher, when endeavouring to appreheay him on the day -he robbed Pleffer on. tne Wellington road. / Attempt at Arson. — Ia our advertising columns, it-will be seen that a reward of £10 has been offered for the apareheusioR and conviction of the person wKo on Wed nesday last attempted to setfifife to the pre mises lately occupied by MryMaher, Cabi net Maker, and n.ow^By M-r.iDm.HUcg also 8 Cabinet Maker. The attempt was -happily frustrated by Chief Coastals Shearman, who happening to pass at therms (between 12 and 1 o'clock), was attracted to the spot by the- smell' of- something^mrning, and: upon examination found the^ee?© of aahlrt / atufied wiih cedar and deal shavings - in a state of ignition, and deposited on the shin gles at the back of the bouse. The hei nousness of this fiendish, act can only.be und...

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

1 Sydney Intelligence. Death from Lightning.—- There was a very, heavy thunderstorm in Sydney yester day afternoon ; about five o'clock it ap peared to be exactly over the town, the' lightning being followed by the thunder al most instantaneously. We are sorry to have to report one fatal accident. . The wife of a boatman named Sutton, residing in, Phillip street North, was struck by the elec trick fluid and killed as she was sitting at a table. There was noone else in the house at the time, and when the unfortunate wo man's husband returned home about two hours afterwards he found his wife sitting with her head on the table quite dead.— Herald. Miraculous Escape from Lightning. — During the thunderstorm of yesterday afternoon, the lightning struck the western gable end and chimney of - the residence of Mr. Thomas Smith, of Fyrraont, entered in at a window near to it, breaking four panes w g?i?«fu_and set on fire the ribbon on which hung a pictumuv? the apartment. Two of Mr. Smith's ...

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

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

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THE IRISH IN THE UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 25 January 1851

THE IRISH IN THE UNITED STATES. From the rapid increase of the Irish population of the United States, and the increasing swarms of emigrants that are yearly pouring over into that country from Ireland, one would be almost disposed to infer that before long the Irish people would become bodilv transported from their native soil. The Irish themselves would unques tionably be the' greatest gainers by the migration. In the States and the., colonies they invariably thrive ; in their own land they are weighed down', as if by a curse. Get an Irishman out of his, own country, and he seems atlBlBMtq have got a.' pass port to success^^Be most thriving and the most indust^^K immigrants in all the culonies are Irisl^^ Stigmatised at home as indolent and slovenly* you have only to get them moved out of Ireland to see what a different nature they are at bottom. How busyi industrious, thrifty, and foreseeing the Irishman then becomes, !— 7H0W steady, laborious, and patient ! His very nature seems ...

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Local Intelligence. BATHURST QUARTER SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 25 January 1851

- : 'vCv^j^oal;;;Siitieliig'eacei ' ^-'' . ..... - ' ? ' '3^(^pu*t/p£;$u^ tth'e Police Offipe^ja^Wfedneiaday'^aat'be ?ore Samuel Raymond .Esq.. assisted in the .iOUraB.rof,nthe;day by -Gleorge Ruabyi Thos. Brown y. T. J. Hawkins.;'!). M. Irving and *Geof ge r Rankin Esqs ..-.:? The' attorneys . pre ^seht; 'Wefey^M^^ 'Serjeant. There were five cases for adjudication, iwhich were all disposed of by 4 o'clock in ?the afternoon. , STKALINGi WKAMNG APPAREL. Mary Ann Lynch; a young girl, about; 15 years of age was indicted for stealing a quantity of wearing . apparel, the property; of Mr. J. L. Freeman. ; . The- ^prisoner pleaded guilty, and the: -Chairman ihad' remanded her for sentence,; when the Crown Prosecutor addressed the Cqur,t, asking permission for her to recall her; plea and plead: not guilty, as upon reference tbtdepositions he- found that on her exami nation :at the poli^ had stated; that she was ''imt.up' to purloin the arti- ' ,qle». .He was therefore anxioustp go. into; th...

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PRODUCE CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 25 January 1851

PRODUCE CIRCULAR. , : : t, There have been large transactions in wool du ring- the past week, both by public and private sale. The result of our auction yesterday will be seen by the. annexed catalogue. There was some what less animation in th3 biddings, and our last quotations were with difficulty maintained— the ? tempting rates of discount at which bills oh JEnfr land may be purchased, operating1 considerably against the market. . *. :. For tallow there was brisk competition, and & parcel of about ten toas of ordinary beef metwith ready sale at £28 — the market being ^ vety buoyant. ? - . ? . ?/-..'. 'We have no alteration to. notice in hidet or sheepskins. . PRICES CURRENT. ,. WOOL. - k-j 9. d. . ». d.\ Superior clips ? 1 4 to 0 0 Pair to good ? ? 1 2 13+ Xow to middling ...... 0 10i I 1 J ' Grease ? 0 5j 0 6J Scoured... ? 1 2 , 16 TALLOW. Beef.... ? ....£23 0 0 Mutton ? 29 0 .0 Station Tallow ? 24.. 0 . 0 to £25. MORT AND BROWN/' Auctioneer!. Sydney January 17.

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

Drapery, Slops, Woollens, &.c. 'IMPORTANT TO ALL, REQUIRING SUPPLIES OF THB A BOVB ARTICLES vrpHE undersigned beg to notify : to their nume JL rous friends in town and country, that they are in receipt* and have now for sale one of the largest, -cheapest, and best assorted stocks ever offered in -the colony, consisting not only of their usual sea sonable supplies, but of every article required ei ther -for domestic- and family use, or for station supplies, and which they are determined to sell at prices which will ensure satisfaction. JOSEPH THOMPSON AND SON, 566, Pitt-street. December 21. , To Xiet, Ff the ' best business part' of Bathurst, TWO HOUSES and SHOPS, lately occupied as the Bathurst Bee Hive. They will be let together or separate. Apply to ' MR. THOMAS JONES, Bathurst. ; - Xiate Bee Hive Stores. HH. CURTIS begs to acquaint the inhabit ? ants of Bathurst and its vicinity, that he -intends commencing business as WATCH and CLOCK MAKER, at the late ' Bee Hive Stores,...

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THE BATHURST FREE PRESS. SATURDAY, JANUARY 25, 1851. "MAGNA EST VERITAS ET PREVALEBIT." THE SYDNEY MAYORALTY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 25 January 1851

rP^-i. SATURDAY^ JANUARY. 2?, 1351. ; * ' ''?'??? '**Sci.GHA. KSTVEIlITAS.ET.PBiEVA.tKBIT/' ?'':?'«. Sr THE SYDNEY MAYORALTY. THE elevation of Mr. Alderman Thurlbw1 td'tKe civic chair of the Sydney Corpora tionvby.a mere techhicaHty of the law and in ' opposition to the obvious wishes of the Sydney electoral body, proves one or both of. two things very 'distinctly— either that be possesses more pertinacity than prudence, or that he is afflicted with an itching palm, or both. If the 600 reasons to he found in the £600j have charms sufficiently power ^. iul ' to counterbalance all the reasons why . ? he should immediately resign, we are led to the conclusion that 'all Mr. Thurlow's re gard for the rights of the people, .which.. he- *o very ostentatiously puts forth at public meetings is mere ad captandum vulgus.- The first opportunity of testing the sincerity of 'his noisy professions which haa presented 'itself, he turns tail upon the people, and ^tellathem as plainly as if spoken in...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 25 January 1851

Ziccal intelligence. Accident from Lightning. — The wea- ther on Sunday last was exceedingly op- pressive and sultry, from which and atmo- spheric appearances, we appeared to be on in the evening, the distant rumble of " heaven's artillery', was heard to the west- ward, and in a short space of time the moving mass of electricity approached the town. Flashes.of lightning succeeded each   other with great rapidity, and the thunder was truly terrific, so much so were two or three of the peals, that for a few moments the senses of the listener were completely stunned and bewildered. A few moments after the commencement of the storm the streets were flooded with rain which streamed down in torrents, and, the River Jordan (a dry creek known by that name) overflowed its banks, and was impassable for half an hour or more. The storm travelled in the direction of the Stony Range, where a great quantity of rain ap- peared to fall. After one particularly vivid flash, we observed, i...

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Original Correspondence. LAMENTATION OF BATHURST. To the Editor of the Bathurst Free Press. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 25 January 1851

©irttjCusl 6a'cr-3pp'titfeit«» '. LAMENTATION OF BATliCJRST. To the Editor of the Bathurst Free Press. Sia, — It is now matter of serious re'-' flection that the previously flourishing township of Bathurst, has in the short space'1 of two years lost a -great -part of its inh'-i-1 bitauts. '-.' Large stores have declined trade! and sold off by auction; A great number of houses' are^ vacant, and parties who 'Oa fore that period used to provide' themselves^ with requisites from the v stores, have from some real or iin^gihary cause declined to make their appearance in the township, but' provide themselves from hawkerB and other sources with what they require, rather than come to the town as before. A'mongst the recent departures is that of the indefatigable; intelligent, and praise- worthy late Chief Constable, Mr. Davies, who with his family have left for the metropolis.-— -gone, absor lutely gone— gone altogether !— the citi zens of Sydney, should an opportunity pre sent itself, will ...

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Miscellaneous Extracts. A DINNER PARTY AT WINDSOR PALACE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 25 January 1851

^Misceilanobua Extract ».. - A'iblNipJR' PARTY AT WINDSOR -:?=: ':- s --palace. — . For .the accuracy^ of the following we em* confidently answer ;-'it may be interest ing;Ito those.' who ,never,saw,~.and and are never, likely to see, majesty eating, drink ingv living, and moving in the interior of a palace :?— ? -«M ' , an officer of great intelligence, end- associated in a work of much interest connected with the ancient Scripture His tory of India, arrived a' short time since in this, country, and his arrival, together with «ome observations on. the work in .which he was 'engaged, appeared in the London pa pers.' .A few, days after, he was surprised to receive at his hotel', through the Lord Chamberlain, -an invitation, i or perhaps we «hould-rather call it a command, to dine, at the. Palace at Windsor— an honour which surprised him', aB.he^was only just arrived from /India, and had never, been presented at 'Court. He determined, of course, to comply with the august and agreeable...

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

- CAEOOAB RACES. ,. . ' STEWARDS. . t ' x Samuel North, Esq., P.M., , ' ' W. M. Rothery, Esq.., J.P. E. J- C North, Esq. H.H. Bligh.Esq. «? , W. Bell, Esq. E. Murray, Esq. . , JUDGE. Thomas Icely, Esq., M,C, ! TRSASURBR. Samuel C. V. North, Esq. ' 'CLERK OF THB OOURSB. Mr. John Kirkpatrick. FIRST DAY. ' Wednesday, March 12rH, 1851. FIRST RACE. '. -pHE CARCOAR TOWN PLATE of £30 ; for 1 ' all horses ; weight for age ; heats twice round the course. Entrance JE3. SECOND IRAOB. rHE MAIDEN PLATE of £20 ; for horses that have never won an advertised prize above £10 ; weight for age-; heats once round. Entrance £2 THIRD RACE. THE1 LADIES' PURSE of £15, .with a sweep stake of £1 each added ; for two'year olds ; once round : to carry seven stone. Entrance £1 10s. SECOND DAY, ? Thursday, March -13th. ' first racb. ' A HURDLE RACE of £15, with a sweepstake of £1 each added. For all horses 4iyears old and 'under, 10 stone ; 6 years and upwards, 11 stone. Three r times- round, over nine leaps 3 f...

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

- CAEOOAB RACES. ,. . ' STEWARDS. . t ' x Samuel North, Esq., P.M., , ' ' W. M. Rothery, Esq.., J.P. E. J- C North, Esq. H.H. Bligh.Esq. «? , W. Bell, Esq. E. Murray, Esq. . , JUDGE. Thomas Icely, Esq., M,C, ! TRSASURBR. Samuel C. V. North, Esq. ' 'CLERK OF THB OOURSB. Mr. John Kirkpatrick. FIRST DAY. ' Wednesday, March 12rH, 1851. FIRST RACE. '. -pHE CARCOAR TOWN PLATE of £30 ; for 1 ' all horses ; weight for age ; heats twice round the course. Entrance JE3. SECOND IRAOB. rHE MAIDEN PLATE of £20 ; for horses that have never won an advertised prize above £10 ; weight for age-; heats once round. Entrance £2 THIRD RACE. THE1 LADIES' PURSE of £15, .with a sweep stake of £1 each added ; for two'year olds ; once round : to carry seven stone. Entrance £1 10s. SECOND DAY, ? Thursday, March -13th. ' first racb. ' A HURDLE RACE of £15, with a sweepstake of £1 each added. For all horses 4iyears old and 'under, 10 stone ; 6 years and upwards, 11 stone. Three r times- round, over nine leaps 3 f...

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A LEGACY TO FLUNKIES. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 25 January 1851

A LEGACY TO FLUNKIES. ('From Punch,J ' Flunkey is m is not expatriated by the destruction of its outward shoulder-knots, plush and gold lace. If you would anni hilate it, attack it in spirit and principle— its inward vanity and baseness. The stroke which I congratulate you on its having had, was thus aimed at its vitals. I allude to the hit inflicted on flunkeyism, posthum ously, by Sir Robert Peel, in the request that none of Jhis family should accept of any distinction for services which he may be considered to have rendered to the State. ' Sir Robert Peel ? was a .wise man,, a great statesman.. -To find one as great, we shall have^to gtj back 'very 'far in English' history, and I. wish -you .could tell me where 1 to stop before'we'Come to 'King-Lawgiver 1 Alfred. -I. don't mean to .compare the two. [ only mean to say that Peel was better . than a Wjalpole'or a Cecil *, and has he not i been a greater benefactor at least, to us, ; than Pitt'? ?, * i - ' Now, this * wise man declar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 1 February 1851

r : ? BATMUE9T 8ikOE9. 'r^' ', V ,' - * W.H.Suttor,Esq.:,M.C. - , C. H. Green, Esq. ' J. v3jV, Clements, Esq^ ' ' ' H.'Maclkttie, Esq. JS. B: Sergeant, Esq. '' ?„ '; jujdqe. 1\ J. Han kins, Esq - ? TREASURER. * ! Mr. Joha Rogers. honorary*' Secretary. Mr. W. Farrand. CLEETt Or THE COUaSE. Mr. Thomas Whitton. , - FIRST DAY. Wednesday, FBB&uAax 26th. FIRST RACE. THE BATHURST;TO\VN PLATE, of £40, With a Sweepstake of £3 ; for all horses ; weight for age jMieats. twice round the course-; three entrances or no race. Entrance, £4. SECOND RACE. THE MA [DEN PLATE, of £40, with a s sweep ' stake of £3 ; for horses that have never won , an advertised prize above £10 -, weight for age $, heats, once round the1 course ; three entrances or no race ; the second horso to leceire his sweep stake. Entiance, £4. - ' ' THIRD RACK. 'GALLON AY RACE, of £15, with a sweepstakes of £l added ; for all horses 14 hands high and, under; to he handicapped by the Stewards, or \ ' whom they may appoint ; ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 1 February 1851

? . -W : ? ??? ;?? -. phoap'-^reikdV'^:' 'J.:i'' -''-? pHOMAS BROWN be^s; to 'inform the inhabi X, tants of Bathiirst/thafcho ?has-a gqodStpck :of ?lou'r oh hatiti; andis now :selling tlie 21b. loaf at W. ?;??'?'??.???. ;';; -?;': :v'J::': ;.-y,V:''. .';.:;; ?;_' ):r' -Vr- Vl- '.'?' ?He purposes to reduce the' pride- brie . halfpenny ler loaf- whenever the bakers reiiucetheirsi as it is ^determination to supply;tlio toivn with.CHEA.P bread. ^ : : ;;'/-.%;!. :.:,;;;'; ::.;T ..;:',;., ;..;. :,. .,' ;^ ? ?;? ?? :.';/ v,.::. Vfanted ??-?':-. ::- ; ;;'; '--?:: ' ? -:' A COOK,, or general libiis'e ? servant, willing to O. make himself useful. ..Apply to ' - . v . ' '?'?''I JT. B. RICHARDS, Car-Jfinyan, January. 24th. 1851.. , ;; ^;ff ?=: ;;» ' ,. '. ;,;,.'-..Tp.-POToiitS'iaadiQua^ii^^ \hf A 1TTE D a ' respectable . lad 'as : an 'apprentice Yf ' to learn the - WATCH. AND CLOCK, ipa king' business. Applr to * ' slj:! ,: ????.; '??'? '?'/? ' J : ?William-street, ;B»th&^ One from the ...

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Sydney Intelligence. MEANS RECOMMEND FOR PREVENTION OF BLACK LEG. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 1 February 1851

|^^ii|!ie|ii '?i ifjFronil the :Fress.J.k:' V3|^rrio3t^vfefys disease Vb'whtclv cattle Me liable iaBntaiu^a^ Subject to in jALU9tralta, asJsu'aieaSpartiaHy a naw character ': ia; this colony; i'-Stich changaW although at first-;. siorHt. rather sarDrisihfr.cah'i'easily:' 6e ac counted fqr : on natural 'pririciplesi = ,The cli« matev quality of food; bi?? -vater, : mode of treatment, soil, /manner of depastruirig ;Jire so different m New South ^Wules^and G^eat; Britain jthat such 'results*; diii?ht' tb-be ex pectedt witliout ! any mark of!:.. If- we are exempt frqiin ; sorne Ecir,opean diseases, ' we WgHt; not* tobe -surprised if 'any ' new dis temper.'peculiarto; the country: should visit usu which, ; if ! reducible 'to '„- European ', types, yet assume a'degree of virulence or change bfrcircunastance^that render the disease al most of a different -nature, as arising from wholly different causes. Several' might be . mentioned, but the one under consideration isfcivi remarkable insta...

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