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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 19 April 1851

Birth. On Thursday, the 10th inst, at the Wool Pack Inn, William-Street Bathurst, Mrs. Hughes of a daughter.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 19 April 1851

TO ADVERTISEKS. The cost of Advertisements must be paid previous to their in sertion. Advertisements will be received until four o'clock in the evening of Friday, but cannot be ?withdrawn after Twelve o'clock on Tuesday. A liberal allowance will b© made to parties desirous of advertising for three or six months. No communications will be pub lished in this Journal, unless ac companied by the name of the Correspondent. BATHURST obneral pBisrexsra omen, j§ WILLIAM-STREET. POSTERS, Hand Bills. Circulars, Cards, Bill Heads, Labels, Law and Mercantile Forms, M also every description of J©3B PI&ESlTOif © iSxecuted with neatness, accuracy, and despatch, and on Reasonable Terms. Just Published, AND may bo had at this office, FORD'S SYD NEY DIRECTORY for the year 1851. April 14th, 1651. To be Sold at this Office, TORMS OP npENDERS for a Lease of a New Run of Crowu X Land3. APPLICATIONS for a Lease of Waste Lands of the Crown, beyond the Settled districts of the Colony of New South Wa...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 26 April 1851

New South Wales and Victoria. ? It is remarkable, that as compared with the first quarter of 1850, the first quaner's re venue of New South Wales for 1851 shows an increase of £15,468, while the increase for the same period, of the Port Phillip re venue, is £15,313 — only £150 behind the whole colony. But it is still more remark able, that while the total decrease of various branches of revenue in New South Wales, is £7^951, the decrease at Port Phillip is only £874, or £7,000 less than the falling off at our side of the country. The fees of Commissioners of disputed boundaries in this colony are on the wane,. there being a falling off no less than £1,597. The greatest comparative quarterly increase here is in the article of imported spirits, viz., £3,097; and the greatest decrease in im ported tobacco, which has been rather scarce viz., £2,830. In Port Phillip, the increase in spirits is £2,884; but they have also an increase where we have a decrease, viz., in tobacco, of £1,032. —...

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PRICKS CURRENT. WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 26 April 1851

PRICKS CURRENT. WOOL. s. d. s. d. Superior clips ? ...15 to I 6-*- Fair to good ? 1 3 1 4£ /' * , . Low to middling ? 1 0 l 2i Grease ? 0 6-f 0 8 Locks, pieces, &c ? 0 7| 1 2 Handwashed and scoured 1 2 16 TALLOW. Beef ? £30 0 0 to £31. Mutton ? 32 0 0 33 Station tallow ? 26 0 0 s. d. to s. d. Hides, each ? 5 0 8 O Sheepskins, per lb ? 0 3£ 0 6 MORT AND BROWN, Auctioneers, Circular Quay, Sydney, April 18.

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[?] Intelligence PRODUCE CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 26 April 1851

gMitmcy Intelligence PRODUCE CIRCULAR. _^ 'We have, in the absence of later accounts from England, no material alteration to notice in our export pvodiice market ; but prices for Wool con tinue to have a decidedly upward tendency, as high as Is. GJcl. having been given for a good New England clip in superior condition. Hides, Skins, and Tallow continue also to com' mand extreme quotations. Freights to London — Wool £ths per lb. fallow, £2 5s. per ton. Hides, £1 to £1 2s. 6d ditto. Exchange on London — Private bills against pro duce 1J per cent, discount. Bank bills — par.

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English Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 26 April 1851

Icnglfefj Intelligence. {From tke Empire.) We.cppy the following1 summary princi pally from the Home News of the 7th and 124th :— . Queen Victoria, called . away from those domestic scenes which happily 'for herself and her subjects, outweigh, in her estima tion, the pomp and grandeur of her high position, has been compelled by the efforts of her enemies, and still more by the loyalty of her subjects, to undertake the cares of state, and to go through the high ceremo nies of a court, which must have contrasted strongly with the' delightful retirement in which it is her pleasure to pass the time of holiday. Her Majesty, seated on the throne and surrounded by ber peers and council lors, received the addresses of the metropo lis and the universities^and has since given audience to noble deputations and the re presentatives of other grave bodies and masses of men of various ranks and locali ties, anxious to lay at the' feet of Royalty the assurance of their de potion to her State, and t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 26 April 1851

, Carcoar Steam Mill. THE undersigned having purchased the above Mill, are prepared to take in any quantity of wheat for grinding, and hope by a steady attention to business, punctuality, and despatch, to give every satisfaction to the public. ' 'Wheat deliverable at the Mill, will be purchased for cash in any quantities. N.B.— No charge made for grinding bags, the ftett weight only being calculated and charged. LOUDON AND SUTHERLAND. To Xaetg Ff\EE premises at present occupied by Mr. P. B J. Wilde, as a bakery. Possession will.be given on the 12th pvox. Apply to ' ' R. Y. COUSENS, Kelso, April 4th, 1851. Diseases of tne Sieetum, Bladder, trice 5s., by rosx 6s. MEMORANDA— On diseases of the rectum, bladder, &c, hemmorhoids, fistula, strictures, _.'c. by T. BAYES, M.D., late Surgeon to the West End London Dispensary, St. Paul's Hospital, and Member of the Adelaide and Sydney Medica Board. Next door to the Albion Brewery, March 12. ? A CARD. WILLIAM KENYON'S BATHURST TAN NERY,...

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WESLEY AN SABBATH SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 26 April 1851

WESLEY AN SABBATH SCHOOL. On Monday last the. anniversary of the Sabbath School in connexion with the Wesleyan Methodist Society in this town was held in the Wesleyan Chapel. The children, upwards of 100 in number, para ded the town in the early part of the day and returned about .noon, when the annual examination took place, and the children were rewarded with books according to their good conduct during the past year, after which they were regaled with cakes and tea. In the evening there was a public tea meeting in the school room, at which about 120 persons were present, and from the the large supply of creature comforts under which the tables groaned, consisting of great variety, and the beverage which ' cheers but not inebrates,' no stranger would have dreamed of being assailed with complaints of a scarcity of the staff of life. On the contrary, he would have supposed that the harvest had been unusually abundant. After tea a public meeting was held in the chapel, over which the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 26 April 1851

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS.: The gentleman who has been kind enough to fur nish us with the ?particulars of Mr. Cobcrnft's ?case, will accept our warmest thanks. As the . principle involved in the mode of procedure and decision of the Molong Bench , in reference to Mr. Cobcroft's license is of considerable im portance to the publicans as a body, we pro pose to enter fully into the question, and to do so would require more time and space than we have at our disposal at the end oftheweej;. We sJiall endeavour to do justice , to the subject in our next. In the meantime we beg to state our firm conviction that the Molong Magistracy have dealt not only illegally and unjustly but harshly with Mr. Cobcroft, and shall do our ,? best to show how.

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CLEAR CREEK RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 26 April 1851

CLEAR CREEK RA.CE8. On Monday last from 200 to 300 people — the inhabitants of Clear Creek and the sur rounding country assembled together to witness the rural sports which were got up at great pains and labour by a few of the residents in and about the Village of Peel. A course had been cleared for the occasion on the farm occupied by Mr. George Scho field, and considering the means at com mand, find the nature of the land which is both scrubby and heavily timbered, a very respectable ' convincing ground' of about three fourths of a mile long had been pre pared, which with a little more labour could be easily extended to a mile. From the numbers assembled, and the interest they appeared to take in the proceedings, it was evident that' the pepple of the locality re garded this their first attempt in the sport ing line with no little pride and satisfac tion. From the most active protaotera of the sports we learn they are intended to be held anuually on Easter Monday, and judg ing by ...

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CALIFORNIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 26 April 1851

CALIFORNIA. fFrom the Maitland Mercury.) We have made the following extracts from California papers of the 10th Feb. A gold placer had been discovered within 50 miles of Monterey, and had caused great excitement in that citv. The Squatter Movement. —The squat ters are rapidly taking advantage of the recent decision of Judge Benaett, in regard to the illegality of alcaldes' grants and town council sales. On the extension of Kearny street, on Bu3h-street, and on the Mission road, lots in every variety of location, on road-side, hill -side, and hill-top, are being fenced in. Even the almost inaccessable heights of Telegraph hill are being cut up and parcelled out. The squatters are wide awake, particularly during the night-time, and a piece of ground over which one passes in the afternoon, free of all incurn brance, he finds the following morning fenced in, if not very substantially, at least strong enough to 'hold law.' We under stand the squatters are about effecting an organization ...

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Country Intelligence. ORANGE. DINNER TO JOHN ARKING ESQ. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 26 April 1851

(Eountrg Intelligence. ORANGE. DINNER TO JOHN ARKINS ESQ. Monday evening last presented a scene in our little township, which has only once before been enacted, in the shape of a pub lic dinner, and which on this occasion was called for in. order to testify to Mr. Arkins on bis resignation of his office as clerk of Petty Sessions, the esteem and respect in j which be is held by the intelligent and res* ipectable class of people, who comprise our community. But whilst such were the characteristics of the company who met to gether on thiB festive and happv occasion, it must not be supposed that with them alone are; Mr. Arkins good qualities, duly appre ciated, for I believe with the poorest and humblest man in the district, there is but one feeling prevalent, and that of admira tion and esteem. The number who sat down to. dinner was about twenty, as many as could be comfortably accommodated, and everything was done by Mr. Peisley, on the occasion to render the affair worthy the honour...

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THE SWELL MOB. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 26 April 1851

THE SWELL MOB. ('From Murray's World of London.) Who would suppose, for example, that these young men at the corner, dressed in the height of cockney fashion, bedizened with mosaic jewellery, and puffing their cigars, are members of the swell mob thieves, in short, are pickpockets 1 They are exchanging cards : truly ss they are; but, if you observe, the cards are pawnbroker's duplicates of the plunder of the preceding day. Yet, you say it is im possible: they are young, of genteel ad dress, and look like gentlemen — how is it that you can at once detect their dishonest calling'? At this moment a policeman is turning the corner. Mark with what in terest of self preservation the crumpled duplicates are crammed into their respective pockets, how they huddle together into a little knot like chickens when the sparrow hawk hovers in the air. Although they are not yet ' wanted,' that is to say, although no warrant may have been issued for the apprehension of any one, yet the officer of jus...

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Original Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 26 April 1851

(Original dCovrcspon&cnce. [To the Editor of tlie' Bathurst Free Press.'] Sir, — Will you oblige myself and others interested by informing us -whether the Go vernment Gazette is not kept at the Police Office for the convenience of the public, and whether any of the officers connected therewith are privileged to insult people who go thither to obtain such information therefrom as they may require ? Yours truly, GEORGE LARNACH, Our Correspondent is in error in suppo sing that the Government Gazette is kept at the Police Office for public convenience, al though we are aware such an idea exten sively prevails. It is furnished by Govern ment for the use of the bench and the offi cers of the Court. Formerly it was ex posed on the Police Office table for public use, but on one or two occasions leaves con taining advertisements of land sales were abstracted by unprincipled persons, and, on that account, it was afterwards kept private! As to the right to insult applicants, we are not...

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STARTLING EFFECTS OF LORD JOHN RUSSEL'S LETTER IN IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 26 April 1851

STARTLING- EFFECTS OF LORD JOHN RUSSEL'S LETTER IN IRE LAND. CFrom the Catholic Standard.J (We beg to call the attention of our readers to the following extract of a letter we have received from a gentleman of high standing, distinguished talent, and exten sive territorial possessions in Ireland, inas much as, from our personal knowledge of him, we are disposed to attach unusually high importance, to his words. He and his friends were the most zealous pro- college men, and we hail the change in their opin ions as some of the substantially good ef fects which from the first we expected would be the result of the little unmanly Presbvterian Premier's insidious clap -trap popularity courting electioneering squint. We should like to know if the sentiments of our late respected correspondent, Mr. Corballis and other conscientious Catholics have also undergone any change on this important question, since Lord John has thrown off the mask of liberalism he so long wore, and directly placed ...

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LORD BEAUMONT AND THE POPE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 26 April 1851

LORD BEAUMONT AND THE P(OPE\ fFrom the Weekly News.J In our recent notice of Cardinal Wise man's Manifesto,' we adverted to the differ ence between the Epispocal Hierarchy which the English Roman Catholics had lesired, and that which the Pope has at tempted to establish. They wish for Pre lates to be nominated by themselves, sub ject to ratification by the Roman Pontiff. The Pope sends a batch of his own crea tion, without the least pretence Jo any pre cedent or concurrent choice by those whom they are to govern. The English Catho lics wished to have Bishops for the English Catholics. The Pope replies by parcelling out England into sees of his own ; as if he were Innocent III., and as if the present Sovereign of England were of the abject character of King John. It has been truly remarked that such Papal doings as these would not have been tolerated by the Eng lish nation, even when universally Catholic in its creed. Without invoking the spirit of the great chief of the Reformation,...

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THE BATHURSt "FREE PRESS. SATURDAY, APRIL 26, 1851. "MAGNA EST VERITAS ET PREVALEBIT" ELECTORAL DISTRICTS [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 26 April 1851

TUT: BATHUltST 'FREE PIIESS^ SATURDAY, APRIL 26, 1851. 'JIAGNA. KST VEUITAS ET PKiEVALEBlT.' ELECTORAtf DISTRICTS ^The reply of the Honorable the Colonial Secretary on the Electoral Districts Bill, may perhaps be ranked amongst the most masterly pieces of oratory .of which our ..colonial legislature can boast, and the ex traordinary array of arguments, facts, .autho- rities and figures, afford evidence sufficient to show that as the proposed measure was ?the offspring of his brain, he had taken no ordinary pains to defend it from attack on almost every assailable quarter. The lead ing feature in bis eloquent and elaborate ;address, was a determination to abide by 5the principles of the British constitution as amended by the Reform Bill, and quota tions from the speeches of Lord John Rus sell and Mr. Macauley and from the corres pondence of Lieutenant Drumraond, were given in abundance, to prove what were the intentions of .the British ministry in carrying out that measure. De Lolme ...

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Miscellaneous Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 26 April 1851

r Jttfecdlaneous Extracts. Hope for England Yet. — ' Sir Roger passeth away !' Yes ! the country gentleman living in the midst of his tenantry as a fa ther and a friend, beloved by the poor, ad ministering justice with a heart ever alive to mercy, not learned, perhaps, but full of noble qualities and warm affections, surroun ided by old servants whose forefathers lived an the service of his ancestors, is a type almost effaced ! Where should he now find e place in these days of railways and lectrict telegraphs, and ' thoughts that shake mankind ?' in days of instantaneous communication, of universal education ; when ' right divine' has become a myth, loyalty a conclusion of prudence, ignorance a disgrace, war a costly delusion ; politics no more a juggle of parties, but a sphynx race who buy their ancestors of a picture dealer, ready made j the middle class a force of government, the ' Jower orders' a rising power* Let us nyt sit down to whine over the dead past. Nations have their s...

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THE CRYSTAL PALACE IN HYDE PARK. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 26 April 1851

THE CRYSTAL PALAC E IN HYDE PARK. (From the Weekly Chronicle J Since our last notice of this great build -ing the progress made in its construction has really been wonderful. Only a fort night ago. though extraordinary progress had then been made, little more had been done than arranging the bones and vertebrae, so to speak, of the vast skeleton ; but now the details have beenfilled up over a large portion of *be edifice, and the realization of Mr. Paxton's design ia brought within the limits of a few days. .There remains io room for doubt that before the close of the year the Crystal Palace will be com pleted, and that what Messrs. Fox and ?Henderson, the contractors, have under taken, they will fully perform. It -is but right, now, while the undertaking is in .progress of completion, while the busy hands of more .than 2,000 mechanics and artisans are engaged in the actual labours of construction, to stamp with its true character that energetic execution which has here . been so re...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 26 April 1851

; TO ADVE&TISEBS. The cost of Advertisements must be paid previous to their in sertion. . Advertisements will be received until four o'clock in the evening of Friday, but cannot be withdrawn after Twelve o'clock on Tuesday. A liberal allowance will be made to parties desirous of advertising for three or six months. No communications will be pub lished in this Journal, unless ac companied by the name of the Correspondent. BATHURST ^ESETERAE. 2?'RXIfTS3-JG ®FF£CS, WILLIAM-STREET. POSTERS, Hand Bills, Circulars, Cards, Bill Heads, Labels, Law and Mercantile Forms, as also every description of Executed with neatness, accuracy, and despatch, and on Reasonable Terms. Just SPublisned, AND may be had at this office, FORD'S SYD NEY DIRECTORY for the year 1851. April 14th, 1851. To be Sold at t&is Office, FORMS OF TENDERS for a Lease of a New Run of Crown Lands. APPLICATIONS for a Lease of Waste Lands of the Crown, beyond the Settled districts of the Colony of New South Wales....

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