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Original Contribution. ON PHYSICAL EDUCATION. (Continued.) No. III.—CHILDHOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 15 February 1851

Original Contribution. , ON PHYSICAL EDUCATION. (Continued.) No. III.— 'Childhood. Chiidhood. — A great many of the remarks I have made on the period of infancy, are 3trictly applicable to the stage of childhood; however, for the sake of regularity, I will pursue the same plan I have adopted, when treating1 of the former state. Tho' children are better enabled to bear the alternations from heat to cold than infants, still their clothing should possess similar, properties, — should be sufficient to furnish necessary warmth, and be of such texture, or materials, as will not abrade or irritate the skin ; a due regard being neces sary that no tightness or constriction is suffered in any part. With respect to diet, no preconceived or popular notions must be entertained, founded as they are, too often, upon the sayings and doings of other people. All the indications, to be fulfilled are to see that wholesome food is given — to furnish sufficient sustenance fur the natural growth of the bo...

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Local Intelligence. COURT OF REQUESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 15 February 1851

Hocal Intelligence. COURT OP REQUESTS. This Court commenced its sittings on Monday last with upwards of seventy cases, for decision. As usual, there were not more than two or. three cases possessing any general interest. The magistrates present were H. Heathorn, T. J. Hawkins, and W. Lane, Esquires. PYE V. STEEL Case op Trespass.— This was an action for £10, the damages laid by the plaintiff for injuries sustained by the defendant's horses, cattle, sheep, pigs, and geese tres passing upon a cultivation paddock, and trampling down and destroying about five seres of wheat., Mr. Serjeant conducted the prosecution and Mr. Macintosh the defence. It appeared from the evidence of Mr. Pye, that between December 1st and Janu ary 24th, the defendant's cattle, sheep, horses, pigs, and geese had repeatedly tres passed on a thirty acre paddock, containing wheat, barley, and oats, and that during that time the cattle had been not less than a dozen times in the paddock. Inconse quence of the manne...

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Sydney Intelligence [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 15 February 1851

SbB&nee SnteWgtnce -r.- Mo(o)rts Chinamen. — The Duke of Rox burgh, which arrived yesterday from Amoy, has brought a cargo of 242 yellow human animals. The patriotic speculation, we are informed, 'belongs to; bur spirited fellow citizen, Mr.' Henry Moore, who has already secured a market for the greater portion of his living chattels. — Empire. The Horses per Salacia.— We regret to lean that a mortality broke out among the horses shipped oh board the Salacia for the Canterbury Settlement, and that so xapid was its progress that before the assist ance of Veterinary Surgeon Armstrong could be called in, no fewer than four deaths had occurred. By the prompt application of decisive measures by Mr. Armstrong, however, the disease has been arrested ; and, four others having been put on board in. lieu of the deceased, we trust that Mr. Sidey 'will be successful in the: transporta tion of his unusually fine shipment of horse stock.— -Herald, Feb. 5. Shooting.— A boy named White, was...

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INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 15 February 1851

INDIA. (From the Melbourne Argus.') 'British India is profoundly tranquil ; and even Peshawur has become as quiet and as safe as the average of Indian stations. A new pass ia being surveyed toKohat, which if found practicable for guns, will, it is stated, render our communications with that post independent of the Affreedies. Lord Dalhousie is still enjoying himself at i Chenee, a mountain vilkge situated amongst the Himalays, about 120 miles north-west of Simla. Sir C. Napier is ex pected to arrive at Bombay in November, (via the Punjaub and Scinde, on his way to Europe. .Civil war still rages in the Nizam's ter ritory with varying fortune. The defeat of the Nawaub of Elichpore, reported by last mail, was not so decisive as was at first anticipated. By - the last accounts the Nawaub had rallied his forces, and on the 9th of August gained a considerable victory over the Nizam's troops. The Nizam's household troops have again mutinied on account of their long arrears of pay. His High...

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PRODUCE CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 15 February 1851

PRODUCE CIRCULAR. ' ('From the Sydney Morning Herald. J There has been a large business done in Wool since our last, the biddings at our auction being extremely animated, and the prices obtained ra ther in favour of the seller. Tallow continues in good demand, a parcel of boef of Tozer's brand, having sold at 281. 10s., and Hides aro oagerly sought after at extreme quotations. Alotof.24- tons superior Yatala ingot copper brought 751. ,10s. per ton, whilst a small quantity from Mr. Glasson's mines near Bathurst, was sold, after a spirited competition, at 751. I5s.,butthis may to some extent be; considered a fancy price, conse quent upon the interest taken in the sale of the first lot of Australian ingot copper. PRICES CURRENT. ?'? . WOOL. s. d. s. d. Superior clips ? 14 to 0 0 Fair to' good ? 12 1 Si- Low to Middling ? 0 10-i 1 2| Grease.... ? 0 5§- 0 6$ TALLOW. Beef....... ? £28 0 0 to £23 10s. Mutton ? 29 0 0 Station tallow .' ? 24 0 0 to £26 s. d, s. d. Hides each ? 5 0 to 7 0 ,-....

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THE WOOL TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 15 February 1851

THE WOOL TRADE. (From Bell's Messenyer, Oct, 14.) London.— Last week's imports of wool into London, were 475 hales from Bom bay; 398 from Wellington; 621 from Algoa Bay ; 141 from Hamburg ; 646 from Berdianski ; 35 from Shanghae ; 201 from Adelaide; 886 from Sydney ; 7 from Ant werp; and 21 packages from Irealand. Although the private contract market is well supplied, the demand, continues firm, and prices are well supported. Halifax.— The demand for worsted goods continues languid, and the manufac turers produce cautiously, except to order. A little inquiry begins to be made for fancy goods for the next season. The yarn trade is pretty much as it was. The spinners are fully^ employed on old orders, and the ship ping ^houses will not enter into any new contracts, except at a reduction. Much dependsjon the result of the Leipsicfair, the prospects of which are at present favourable. Thereis not much doing in wool, and no alteration in prices. Leeds, Oct 1 1 .-—The demand for foreign w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 15 February 1851

Stolen or Strayed THRO1I MortPiy in September last a light bay X1 draught HORSE, branded OM off shoulder, and J\V near shoulder. A reward of £2 will be paid to any person upon delivery of the said HORSE to Mr. John Neville, Csircoar, or to Mr- ? J. White, Canowindra. £5 will bo paid upon con viction of the thiiif, to any person giving the ne cessary information. ALEXANDER LAW. Bathurst, January 2uth, 1851. A CA.K.D. WILLIAM KENYON'S BATHURST TAN NERY, LEATHER AND GRINDKP,!' STORE, SADDLERY AND HARNESS DEl'0 1-. next dnor to Mr. Read's Inn, opposite the Now Court House, William-street.

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MORT AND BROWN'S PRODUCE SALE, FEBRUARY [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 15 February 1851

Mort and Brown's Produce Sale, February 6.— Wool-— WR conjoined, grease, 8 at 6£d ; FM, grease, 2 at 6jd ; T&Co. grease, 21 at 64-d ; JT 6 at ll£d; FWL, Barker's handwashed, 38 at I5|d, locks, 1 at lO£d ; IN, 3 at 13£d; WH, handwashed, 18 at 14d ; JL, 20 at 13£, grease, 5 at 7|d ; TS, locks and thirds, l at 9 Jd, locks and greasy, 1 at 9d, locks, 2 at 9id; IBW, locks, 1 at 9d; NMA.42 at 14d ; Z, locks, 1 at 8±&, grease' 1 at 6fd ; ArB, locks and pieces, 2 ato^d, branch and skirting, 4 at 11 ; CW H under, 10 at lSid; M8bY, grease, 2 at 6£d ; WeG, grease, G at 6|d ; Pav under, locks, 1 at 8id ; T&S, mixed, 1 at 9Jd ; S, mixed, 7 at 6§ d ; AH, 3 at I2£d ; S, 8 at 12jd ; W, 4 at 12Ad ; MR, 2 at 12£d 5 TfC, hand washed, 4 at I3£d ?' CVS, scoured, 1 at I4^d ; FA, skin, lambs', 1 at lOJd, locks, 2 at 9id ; WBy, clippings, 1 at 7£d ; H, 1 at l2£d ; ' GT&AL, grease, 1 at GJd ; AMD, locks and black, 1 at 9d ; Ph P, skin, 1 at 10£d ; S, damaged, 1 at 7d ; A, 2 a...

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THE BATHURST TREE PRESS. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1851. "MAGNA. EST VERITAS ET PREVALEBIT." TALE OF A TUB. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 15 February 1851

THE BATHURST FREE PRESS. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1851. 'MAGNA. E8T V-EUITAS ET THiEVALEBlT.' TALE OP A TUB. ' What's sauce for the Ckioso is sauce for the Gander.' — Old Proverb. In reply to an observation from one of the learned gentlemen practising at the last Court of Requests,' touching some slight inconsistency between two 'decisions of the ? Court, his ^Worship, Mr. 'Heathorn, re marked, in rather elegant phraseology, that ' every tub should stand on its own bottom.' Whether this- metaphorical allusion is a quotation from the colonial classics, or .whether it has been imported from that ino3t salubrious of all colloquial localities '?the Billingsgate fish-market, we pretend not ?to determine ; but we believe, if rendered into plain English, it signifies, and was then intended to signify, that every case should rest upon its own merits. The reasonableness of this axiom, (proposition we will not term it), no person in his senses will dispute, and if acted upon by our country benc...

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CROWS LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 15 February 1851

CROWtf LAITDS. A t Eleven o'clock of Wednesday, the 26fch day of February next, tho following Town, Surburban; anil Country I/Ots of Lauds will bo ?oSbrad for sale by Public Auction, nfc- tho several places hereunder mentioned, and at tho upset pricu afflxod to each lot respectively, ou tho terms and conditions aud under the provisions of the ubo~o recited Act. {At the Police Office, BatKurst.) (TOWN LOTS. , I. B'ltburst, 2 roods, county of Bathurst, parish of liathurst, allotment No. 11 of saction 28. 'I. iJ.'itlmrst, 2 roods, county of Bathurat, parish of BatUurpt, allotment No. 12 of soction 28. ? 3. Bathurst, 2 roncls, county of H::thurst, parish of Bathurst, allotment No. 13 of section 28. ? 4. it&thurst, 2 roeds, county of JJathurst, parish or Bathurat, allotment ITo. 11 of section 28. : 5. Bathurst;, 2 roods, county of Bathuwt, parish of Bathurst, allotment No. la of section 23. (3. Butlnirst, 2 roods, county of Bilthurst, parish of Bathurst, allotment No. 1G of ssuti...

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Colonial News MAITLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 15 February 1851

(Bohnlul JJefos MAITLAND. Cotton. — We have information from some of the growers that the early part of this season was not so favorable to its growth as the last year, and from the very heavy rains that fell soon after the first planting a great part cf the seed that our worthy member for Durham got direct from the Sea Islands became rotten in the ground, and had to be replanted, from which second planting there are now some excellent plants that are succeeding extremely well, and we learn that one of Mr. Bucknell's tenants, on the.Paterson, has a piece at this present time in the most luxuriant state of blossom. We also learn that some of the plants from which the cotton was picked that the Man chester Chamber of Commerce made their report' on, as stated in the Mercury of the 14th of January, are now three years old, and that the crop from those this year will be most abundant, so that it is very satis factory to learn that' the chance of losing young plants from any unfavorable s...

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Original Poetry. ON THE LATE EARLY DEATHS. "Whom the Gods love die young." [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 15 February 1851

©rigtnal ^oetrg. ON THE I1A.TE E.UILY DEATHS. ' Whom the Gods love die young.' It Is not in th' Almighty's ivrath, hut love, (That earth's young pilgrims, tlnia are snatoU'd above ; ?Xi8 meaat, our souls mora powerfully to weau ? 'From earth's dolusivo, all-engrossing scono ; ffhey serve as beacon-lights; that shina afur, Guiding us onward to our dostiaod shore, ffhan. moderate your grief sad mourners ; -vreop KofTas bereft of hope ; Your lov'd ones' sleep 'Will soon be broken by the trump of Cxoi, To riso in brighter forms from out the sod ; Tho' silent, yet they eloquently spei'.r, 'Warning us all th' Almighty's graco to ssoi. But thoso alivo, at tho great Judgment Day, Aro saved from miagllng with their kindred clay. ' When o'er such early blighted flow'rs tire sigh; ' Lst us resolve like Christians to die; * ' Firm In our faith, on wing3 of raptura borno, Meetly prepared to follow thpso-we mourn; Extacy divine ! -whan angels meet, Then earthy kindred, at Jlessiah's foet, 'Unfadi...

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English Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 15 February 1851

Entfitb InttJliytnti. '{From the Sydney Morning Herald. J News^ from England to the 26th October (two days ,later than we have in Sydney) ar rived at Port Phillip by the Geelong. It appears that France and Russia had determined to interfere in the Danish Hol stein quarrel without England, relying how-' ever that England would endeavour by remonstrances, to prevent the absolute neces sity of force being used. This had caused a slight fall in the funds, but they rallied im mediately, and closed on the 25th at 97£, which showed that it was not expected there would be anythiug serious. Indeed it is clear that the disparity of the forces i3 so great that as soon as an actual demonstra tion is made, Prussia and Denmark must come to terms. Trade, was brisk and prices were good. The November wool sales were expected to be quite as high as those of September.

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English Extracts. CHURCH REFORM. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 15 February 1851

(SngHsf) Extracts. CHURCH REFORM. fFrom the Daily Neios.J If we look back thirty years, -we shall find the Church of England undoubtedly the wealthiest and the ' worst -governed church in Christendom. Its spiritual bead enjoyed an income of £30,000 a-year, and the four next sees averaged £15,000 a-year; while the chancellors of the provinces of Canterbury and York, and a host of sine cnrist3 and holders of nominal offices in the gift of either archbishop, enjoyed incomes eo enormous that it was well worth while to nominate archiepiscopai infants to the rever sions of such appointments ; the fortunate reveraioner being. bred up in idleness, as a means of qualifying him for the due per formance of his office ; pluralists, reverend and right reverend, abounded ; a million of money amassed by a prelate excited admi ration rather than disgust; archdeacons meekly declined bishopricka, possessing al ready more than episcopal revenues ; while golden rectories, and golden stalls, and charity...

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"ONE OF THE WEDDINGS." [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 15 February 1851

.-' ; ^QNB OF TH E WEDDINGS.'' ^ .-'* {'From the 'Polynesian.' J , . . Not long ago there arrived in Boston a couple from Rhode Island, who came,to,get joined, quietly in the bonds of matrimony. As soon as they were fairly domiciled, the would-be bridegroom, who was a rough, but apparently honest specimen of the country Yankee, sent for the proprietor of the hotel, who quickly answered his sum mons. ' Say, lan'lord,' interposed the stranger, pointing to his modest Dulcinea in the cor ner of the parlor, ' this .is my young woman. Now we've cum all the way from Rhode Island, and wan't to be spliced. Send for a minister, will yer ? Want it done up right straight off.' The landlord smiled and went out, and half an hour afterwards a licensed minister made his appearance, and the obliging host, with one or two waggish friends, were called in to witness the scene. ' Naow, Mr. Stiggins,' said the Yankee, ' du it up brown, and yer money's ready ;' and forthwith the rev. gentleman com menced ...

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BARON ROTHSCHILD AND BARON HAYNAU (Weekly Chronicle.) [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 15 February 1851

BARON ROTHSCHILD AND BARON HAYNAU C 'Weekly Chronicle .) As we were foremost in declaring ^hat the ' friend' of Haynau could not' continue to represent the City of London: it is but just that we should notice as prominently Baron Rothschild's denial of having per sonally given that monster an introduction to Messrs. Barclay and Perkins. It appears that M. de 'Rothschild was not in town, that Haynau presented a letter of credit to his firm, and that some gentleman' in' his house, as an act of ordinary courtesy, wrote a letter requesting Messrs. Barclay and Co, to allow Haynau and his companions to see their establishment. So far, Baron Roths child's disclaimer is satisfactory, aud he is entitled to its full benefit. He avoids expressing any opinion on the transaction, and his reserve is intelligible. The A^s trism Consul -General cannot approve; the Liberal ? member for the City of London does.not venture to condemu. It may pos siblv occur to' some minds that an Austrian Consul-gener...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 15 February 1851

Died, At his residence, Russell-street, Bathurst, on Thursday, February 6, of malignant scarlatina Mr. George James Sutherland, of the Union Bank of Australia, aged 24 years. He is much regretted by a large circle of friends and acquaintances, "In the midst of life we are in death."

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Counting Intelligence. DISTRICT OF HARTLEY. PRESENTATION OF TESTIMONIALS TO H. [?] RSQ., LATE POLICE MAGISTRATE AND CORONER FOR THIS DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 15 February 1851

GDountrg Intelligence. DISTRICT OF HARTLEY. Presentation uf Testimonials to H. At kins, usq:, la-tk Police Magistrate and ?CoROIIEil FOR THIS DISTRICT. Pursuant to notice a public meeting was held in the Court House on Tuesday, the 3rd instant. Thomas Brown, Esq., J.P., ia the chair, who opened the business of the meeting with the following address :— - 'Gentlemen— I very much regret that the absence of the worthy Warden of this District, James Walker, Esq.. (who is on a visit to Sydney.) has deprived this meeting of the powerful influence lie might other wise have exercised in the chair. It is not my intention to attempt to say much, as no utterauce of mine could adequately speafc the well-earned fame of the universally be-v loved and respected Mr. Atkins. As I look around me I may safely ask of this intelli gent assembly— who amongst us have not more or less benefilled by his generous friendship or judicious counsel? And yet strong as were his personal attachments, the lo\e. of ju...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 15 February 1851

Hoed Intelligence. Larceny. — A. Meftzics was brought up, on Monday, to answer the charge of Mr. Rotton, of the Victoria-Hotel, for purloining three trusses of imy and three bags of mixed provender, sometime before the 4th instant, during his (Mr. R's.) absence in Sydney. The prisoner was defended by Mr. Serjeant. It appeared, from ' Mr. Rotton'a evidence, that yesterday week he went into the prisoner's ^stable, accompanied by the pri soner, and' whilst there observed 'some pro vender of the' same description used by him in feeding hi3 horses, in the manger. At the same instant he remarked that the prisoner, in a hurried manner, took up a handful of hay as if to shew it to him, remarking upon it3good quality, and im mediately threw it into the manger appa rently to conceal the provender. Bis suspicions were immediately excited, and he resolved to institute an investigation. On the following day he entered the prisoner's stable alone, nnd there discovered three bags containing proven...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 15 February 1851

BATHURST RACES. Howards' Btftiopian Sexencders MESSRS. C. V. and G. B. HOWARD beg re spectfully to iaform their old patrons and friends in Bathurst,tlutf; they will givo a scries of Popular Entertainments there during tho RACE WEEK, commencing on WEDNESDAY, February 26th, in Mrs. BLACK'S Large Room. ? Admission, 2s. ; front scats, 3s. ; children, half price. ? _ ? ?? Doors open at half-past 7, to commence at S o'clock. To 2set, THE STOCKMAN'S INN, in Geovge-street.. '?Bathurst. ' Apply to Mr. Peter White, or to 1 MR. KENNETT PRICE. ??; Vtt- Bono F«bloo. , ? ' ' '^ MR. MATTHEWS begs to tender his sincere thanks to ths inhabitants pf Bathurst and its surrounding districts for the very liberal patronage bestowed upon him for the last twelve months, ami being- about io leave the district in consequence of the continued ill health of his family, is determined to sell the remainder of his stock off, at cost price. Any goods remaining unsold, will be cleared ,out by public auction, on Mond...

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