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Insolvent Court. CHEAP LAW. UNPRECEDENTED LIBERALITY OF THE BAR In Re Coomber. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 24 November 1849

Ensolvent (Court. CHEAP LAW. UNPRECEDENTED LIBERALITY OF THE BAH ! In Re Coomber. Adjourned meeting for the proof of debts, examination of the insolvent, &c, &c. Solicitor for the insolvency, Mr. Bligh, Mr.' Macintosh on behalf of the estate. ? Mr. Davis, acting as agent for Mr. Forbes, proved a debt amounting to £18 12s. 2d.. Insolvent examined by Mr. Simmons : Has hot, sinde the date of last examination, dis bdvered any property omitted in the sche dule ; has expended no money since that time, except in the purchase of provisions necessary for the maintenance of self and family ; the money was derived from the sale. of spirits furnished by the liberality of Mr. ' Meyers ; obtained credit, for between £4 and £5 worth of spirits, and was -allowed to pay for it just as he could spare it ; is at present* in debt to Mr. Meyers between thirty and forty' shillings ; would swear that his. present liability to Meyers did not exceed s£3, and also that no other responsibiliti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 24 November 1849

TRY ERE YOU DSSPAZSt. You may be Cured Yet 11 WONDERFUL CURE EFFECTED BY HOLLO WAY'S PILLS AND OINT MENT! ! Copy of a letter from Captain E. F. Ferris, Com manding, Rampore Forces, Rohilcund, dated .^January 15th, 1849. SIR,— - As I deem so wonderful' a medicine asProfessbr Holloway's is, ought. to be well known, I take the liberty of reporting a miraculous cure here under my own eye. An old woman, aged 50 years, has for the last two years been quite bed-ridden, having entirely lost the use of her legs from the hip joints ;. the limbs had become quite hard, like horn (what the natives call ' Soonie.') All; feeling quite gone, so much so, that you might cut her, and she was unconscious of pain. When I prescribed Holloway's treat ment and Medicine, her limbs were to all appearance quite dead, and without the slightest feeling. After twelve days perse verance with the Ointment she complained of great pain in the limbs, 'like the prick ing of, pins.' I still continued the treat ment ; a...

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Poetry. THE PROTECTIONIST CATECHISM. TO BE SUNG OR SAID IN ALL PLACES WHERE THEY TALK NONSENSE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 24 November 1849

Poetry. ,TJHE -PROTECTIONIST CATECHISM. TO BE, t SUNG.- OR SAID IK ALL PLAGES WHEBE tl .:-.?- THEY TALK NONSENSE. - \ What is it makes provisions cheap, ' - Turns last year's corn, too soft to keep, --And breeds the rot in cows and sheep ? ??¥'?-' ' , Ereo Trade! ? ' What caused last summer's heavy rains ; What makes stiff clays insist on drains ? . ? What will have farmers use their brains ? Eree Trade ! ? ?What brought about potato blight ? \ What is the cause of Ireland's plight ? ' What won't let anything go right ? ? ' Eree Trade ! What caused two years' short cotton crop ? What made the funds to ninety drop ? What soon. will make the world shut shop ? Eree Trade ! -What drains our gold 'and silver out ? Makes quassia to bo used in stout, Puts foreign Monarchs tip the spout ? Eree Trade ! What makes poor tonants quite content To pay whatever's asked for rent, Though corn go down fifteen per cent. ? „, Ereo Trade! ,. . , ? What. soon will raise the labourer's hire ? To something...

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TACT AND TALENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 24 November 1849

TACT AND TALENT. ... Talent is something, but tact is^everthing. Talent is serious, sober, grave and respec table ; tact is all that, and more, too. It is not a seventh sense, but it is the life- of all the five. It is the openeye, the quick ear: the judgxng-taste; the keen smell, ; and .the lively touch; it is the interpreter, of all riddles— the surmounter , of all obstacles. It is useful in all places , and ; at all.-, times ; it is, useful in solitude ?; for it shews a man his way into the world ; it is useful in so ciety, for it shews him his way through the worlds Talent is power— -tact is skill ; talent is weight— tact is momentum ; talent knows what to do — tact knows how to do it ; talent Jmakes a man , respectable— tact will make him respected y talent is- wealth tact is ready money. For all; the practical purposes of life, tact-carries it against talent —ten to one. Take them to the Theatre) ,and talent; shall prpduce^ypu a tragedy that will scarcely live long enough to ~...

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ADVENTURE WITH A PIRATE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 24 November 1849

ADVENTURE WITH A PIRATE. ^HB^lStiiifch;--haa'got'Twithin,^ff'^uaffSr''''of' ivi-mile of the shore, before any open ing could be perceived,, when, as the officer thought he : must be 'mistaken 'as to the spot, he observed . ' a' narrow ,line ,,?'?' of blue water running '; up ; between ?ithek trees which lined ? the -? very margin bfdtKer:sea.' Give way, my boys, give wayi'(he shouted; and in a few minutes the boat was 'threading a narrow passage, with irocks and trees on either side/ leading into a broad lagoon. When, however,- Lieu- ? tenanV-Brookes looked round the lake-like expanse, and saw not the sign of a vessel, he began to suspect that the- American had deceived him; yet, before givingj up the search, he resolved to examine, the place, to discover if : there were any other inlets in which a vessel might be concealed. For this purpose they: skirted round the shores of; the lagoon; and had not pulled long, be fore they reached a thickly wooded head land, on doubling which, the...

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EXTRACT FROM THE LOG-BOOK OF THE OF 'EUROPA.' [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 24 November 1849

EXTRACT FROM THB LOG-BOOK OF THE * EUROPA.' ?'June 27, 1849. — Sea account. Com mences with moderate breezes, and a dense fog. Set starboard foretopmast studding sail. At 3 30 dense fog; could not see farther than the ship's length ahead. A sail was reported by the look-but ahead. The helm was put hard-a-port, and the en gine stopped, hut before we could clear, and in about four minutes from the time she was first seen she went down. ' ' Boats were immediately down. Al together forty-two persons were saved of the crew and passengers. She proved to be the 'Charles Bartlett',' of Plymouth, United States, Captain Bartlett, from London bound to New York, with 162 passengers and fourteen men. In sinking she took away our head knees and foretopmast j the boats pulled round the pieces of the wreck until* satisfied no more lives could be saved. ' 'At 4, thick weather. 'At 4 30, set on the engines. Latter-day Saints. — On /Tuesday last Swansea was quite enlivened in consequence of the arriva...

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DREADFUL CALAMITY IN THE SOW ATLANTIC. APPALLING LOSS OF LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 24 November 1849

^Ma^I^c^lAity on the APPALLING LOSS OF LIFE. Tub roval mail steam-ship ? Europa,' which arf ffe^at, t his^pprt yesterday morning from BoBtoti^andilalifaxJhas brought intelligence nf ftccfllamitv.xin theinroluclion of which,— ?without'the chance of any controlling power of preventionV!6h tbe.part of her officers and crew — she w.as^unfortunately a participator;: a calamity wliicHTwhen its sudden and fatal result9care^contemplated,- — no less than 134 human beings-Having, within the compass of two or three minutes, been overwhelmed by the waters oFthe' Atlantic Ocean,— -we are painfully compelled to regard as one of the mostrappaUing*marine;casualtie8 ever placed upon record. ' There was a gallant ship; loaftejd' with i emigrants, boldly careering ?\vitlva favourable' breeze towards the shores of,AhevN.ew-:World. She was in the midst of a dense fog, it is true, but, with plenty of s jaro'oifiV v those5 who guided her saw no cau*e to -apprehend danger. II er human freight. 'were employ...

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Latest from England. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 24 November 1849

„. ~p} Latest from England. Unl'2 fFrom the Sydney Morning Herald. J ?Bx'the Petrel, which arrived yesterday, we have English papers to the 11th August, 'and the Adelaide papers contain news to ?the' 17th 6i that month, the Constance having arrived there after tne most surpris ing passage of seventy-eight days. The Queen had been received in Ireland 'most enthusiastically. Her Majesty visited Cork, Dublin, and Belfast, whence she pro -ceeded to' Glasgow, and would, after visiting the Earl of Aberdeen and the Duke of Sutherland, pass a few weeks at her High land residence of Balmoral. The Mayors of Cork and Belfast were knighted by Her ?Majesty, and the Lord Mayor of Dublin, (Mr. T. O'Brien) was created a baronet. ?The crops were excellent everywhere, and the harvest had commenced under favour able auspices in the south of England. ? Trade was -brisk in every department. There was to be a sale of 7000 bales of wool the latter end of August. Consols wer quoted on the 1 6th at 92g. We ...

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Original Correspondence. THE CAT OUT OF THE BAG. To Charles Cowper, Esq., M.L.C. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 24 November 1849

^gf We do not identify ourselves wit?i the opin ions of our Correspondents. -&vi$innl &atzc-i$aitiicttcc- THE CAT OUT OF THE BAG. To Charles Cowper, Esq., M.L.C. Sib,— I should have addressed you through the medium of the organ of your own party, thfe Sydney Morning Herald, but from a con viction I feel, from past experience, that that Journal, although it professes to be 'sworn to no master,' shows a remarkable propensity, upon all occasions, 'to stick to its man.' However, Sir, upon the good old understanding, that ' praise undeserved is- censure in disguise,' allow me to con gratulate you upon the, the achievement of the one great object of your late patriotic labour8,'OT rather; /mjo' great objects, viz., the organization of your darling railroad scheme, and the securing to yourself a snug salary of £600 per annum. To one whose liberal mind is at all times so sensibly alive to the wants and wishes of every class of the colo nists, (except those who happen to be w...

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Bathurst Police Office. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 24 November 1849

SSatSMarsfc Police ©£Sce. .-,,. ' A little nonsonso now and then Is relished by tho wisest men.' ' HUDIBItAS. , Love versus Hymen. — On Monday last a middle-aged, middle-sized, buxomlook ing, female, styling herself Ellen Harriett, was called upon at the police office, to ex plain certain anomalous circumstances con nected with her recent career in Bathurst. It appears that some time ago the fair and susceptible damsel yielded her hand — alas, we cannot answer for her heart-- -to an'in dividual named Chambers.-'1. The : marriage was duly solemnised: at Sydney; and for awhile — nothing material occurred of a nature calculated to interfere with their connubial happiness. By and bye; how ever',) and in the total absence of those olive .branches, which are said to operate so effec tually- in keeping; together many who other wise make light of the silken bands of matri mony,* the' once' happy couple began to discover ithat they might probably both have done better. Under the influence of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 24 November 1849

SATSVBST FEES PRESS ' , GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE, I POSTERS, Hand Bills, Circulars, Cards.^Bill' ' Heads, Labels, Law and Mercantile Forms', ''' AS ALSO, EVERY* DESCRIPTION OF ' *'' l; JOB PEIJSTT llti,SiZ Executed with neatness, accuracy and: despatch,' I- 1 and on Reasonable Terms.,, puid/j^t . / Bathurst Cricket Club.'''''1*'-''' THE MEMBERS of the above Clubland all'whb '' are interested ia the Game of Cncketjt farei re-ln quested to meet at Mrs. Black's,;,on ,Monday, /No-, , vember 26th, to make arrangements Respecting ^he future days of meeting, and transact other1. business connected with the Club. ' ' '' '« *'' ' -' * Bathurst, Nov. 22nd, 1849. '' v r' ' Notice. ( THE undersigned begs to inform'his friends, and the public, that the sale of hisStock-in-Trade, Household Furniture, &c, (as advertised, , in,, the M Bathurst Free Press) has been postponed from' the 2nd December, until the beginning of March, ' and that the business will be carried on as usual.' ' JOHN TAIT...

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ONE HOPE FOR IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 24 November 1849

. QUE.HOPE.F.QB. IRELAND. \(From the Weekly1 Chronicle.)'^ lNEVEUpdid a Parliamen'ary session pass, 'Jduring'which so much of the public time 'Ja'nd 'public money have been devoted to the r!sister'cdnntry as that session which is now approacniiig iu us ciusl*. r' 'We' 'would not regret the expenditure of 'Ibe'time — no, nor even the expenditure of rthe money — cnuld we console ourselves with the reflection that one or both resulted in corresponding good to the people of that country, or had even hid the foundation for their social advancement and political ele vation.' When, however, we look to the 'magnitnde of the efforts submitted to by the English public, and contrast them with the almost homoeopathic results, we cannot but feel that much of this expenditure has been iitter waste. If we are to believe the ac counts which daily reach us from Ireland, the large sums appropriated from the Im perial Exchequer either boar no proportion to the amount of destitution and squalid poverty...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 24 November 1849

bm ys^vTO ADVERTISERS. ,*«j-iw '?*-!% 'rhfih I ^??^..'?'???.?- ' '????V,.;' '-.?'':-; '.! \: : '., jitii^ft'i -»/?.? . v-?-^~^'^ * '/f/:^ ???-??' ; ^.^.-pDh(e;,,: cost :ofrt- Advertisements li intist foe -paid*previbiisr to_ their in- ?* : ser tiftn^.1' f^£ffier tiseinents jv^.^Jbe ^^^ed^ux^tj^-^^0. M the «!eyeniiig'' of Eriday, but cannot be r:%ithdrawn* aftpr Twelve o'clock ^pn*^Tiiesday.i ??; A Hberal allowance '^if^he macle to parties desirous of v advertising for three or six months. ilia, 'i.u »?,.; !^:,i ???-,. ? \~ ~ ??-. . ?' . ? / ? '.''. '~N b commnnicalioiis will Tbe pixlb - Mislied'-in' ^ tliis Journal, unless ac /vcompanied by the name' 01 the 5 Correspondent. . ... . . . ^^-;^ovbe;Sold::attMs::.Olficer v !; ?iV^r'.r -?;'.??? ' ':' : ' FOttJis*OF^ ' ? ';??'? . ? ?-.;/?.' ?J.v-. ? f- ... , ^FENDERS ? for a Lease of a New .Run of Crown : vJLf. ??„.?, /;:y .r,r-.- .??., -, Lands.- ;. ?,?.-:?'?::,-? y-;. ?-'?'*?', ^(APPLICATIONS for a Lease- of Waste Lands of= ^j'tlie1 Cro...

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INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 24 November 1849

vODNTERMcYTIONvL AIII31TLIAT1ON. ,', ,Vii - I fry 6m the Wtielthj Chronicle.) Tuts debite on .VI r.. CwbJen's motion up-n ImeriK.i.tipna), ArbitratiOii, although ic c«n.e to 'nothing ns.ftiras Uie House whs con cerned, will l-e likely to exercise very con siderable irifliiencV upm pu'ilic opinion out of aobrst' All those who opposed l he motion carefully guarded thenvelves against beinu supposed to ubet war in the slightest degree. 4- , ? The spirit. of Mr. Cobden's motion was ex cellent, the' only fault they could find with it was that it could not be put in practice. Come, this nt least is no slight advance upon the old. belligerent spirit w^ch pre vailed in the House some twenty' or thirty years ago. Whether thi9 change is owing to an improved, state of feeling-, or. whether vve owe it .to the conviction of . the Protec tionist party ; that they have ..no longer any thin»;to gain ..by strife —no Corn Bill,: as in 1815, to lull bnck upon, and that in case of a war, property must p...

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English Intelligence. ITALY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 24 November 1849

?« English Intelligence. *:*:&-.: Italy.- ? Wb ^hdave,reb'eiyed accounts from Rome of the 27tn:uitini6, but they contain very little ?newB.of'any interest. Accounts from Bo logna of the 30th state that the municipal council of;, that city had pronounced iteelf unan}pQOU8ly^.,in favour of the maintenance of the .constitution of the Roman States. In consequence' of this act, the Papal and , JB'r.ench^ut.hprities had resolved to dissolve .'the. council.,... The;' Concordia of Turin states that Gari baldi^crpssed the Tiber on the 27th ultimo, and stopped .under the Citta di Castello and in thevviciniry of St. Sepolero; a position commanding the high road to Urbino and Pessarb' ; ' 1 500 Auatrians; with one piece of .cannonV'^ha'd arrived at- Citta dtXDastello. ,Others*Austrian8 had arrived at Urbino, who wouldosprobably -attack Garibaldi in front. \Garft^ldii;|;it'w:^^ ieadilgf^ l^rencb'^u'rsuers . a pretty dance, At L\pjO?1'oA)) isdconfusion. - The Pope, and hiB friendaitheiFre...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 24 November 1849

?;?:r '?q«H»rHii-s iNOTICE. ? ? ?? -? ? ??? '?-?.???' : _^-:-,,iUOJ aid -r;n i\ ,;?..-.. - ? - - ' -? -__-??? ?:,?. TO ^TH.OSEvmWHOM MR. . NlCHOI/S AcfM^^RElDEREp Infamous ! ;! ! —Evcirp ill-started individual of, orl5e]^^mg|to,^ither :the expi ree o'f-iremancij-ist class, who may cha^ceM^Y^ ';seryed his time' in an^1 'other- colony than New Soi^^Males, and who may be now^resident . in Bathurst— is de sired 'to -take- noti^ from and after;, Mpnday next, he may be trieSJ withoutjudge or jury, and if convicted of the heinous offence involved' in the non-registration of h^:,name, residence, &c, in a boofeic^pt at the Police Office for ;thel,puip6se^ be liable to a sentence of , imprisonment, or hard labour on tesroads,; for any term not ex ceeding two years. And let the moi€fo^tuiiate ' emancipists ' and ' expire'es'' of iftew South Wales, never !;-bease; to remember that on thejprinciple of' sauce for the gpq|ejiis ' sauce for , 'the \ gander, ' sixrdiax^blessings were in the ...

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To the Editor of The BATHURST Free Press. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 24 November 1849

To the Editor of The Bathorst Free Press. Sin, — Any person unaccustomed to the vagaries of Botany Bay Legislation, might feel disposed to wonder at the rabid infatuation lately exhibited by moro than one 'of its ' pillars ' to seize npon the ' riorhts. nrivileires. anil immunities ' of their fellow citizens. Bat, sir, to those, who like myself,- have for the lust eighteen years, been called upon to wit- ? ness their ' fantastic tricks,' the circumstance, di vested of the charm of novelty, has ceased to crcato. any other feeling than that of unmitigated disgust. Talk of representative Legislation, indeed ; why I fearlessly venture to affirm that a certain Act, ini- . tinted and passed during the late Session, outdoes altogether in absurdity, the proceedings of any nom inee Council, throughout the whole of tho British possessions. On the principle, too, of taking the will for the deed, tho public of Now South Wales have abundant reasoifto bo thankful to tho gentlemen who so liberally...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 24 November 1849

Colonial Secretary's Visit.— -This gentleman returned to town, on Wednesday last, from his tour in the interior, accompanied/- we' Klieve^fryl^T.' Q. Icely, Esq. Being joined by, the Police MagjSf,. . trate and two or three other gehtlemen,,''the''f-artyl '* proceeded to the residence of.Mrt ;Lawson,\ atMai;-!^—. quarie Plains, where, notwithstanding^thfj accidental; absence of , the hospitable proprietor .it-is1 needless' Ho' ** add, the entertainment was altogether^, such; as the ao occasion demanded. ( The, following day .the Jjonor- '? able gentlemaritook occasion to inspect some bf'our&i* public buildings, and amongst them-.the) ne,w Gourjt House. We undersutnd it to be his iiitention ,to '', suggest certain 'improvemerits in th'econstructioaOiM of the last mentioned edifice'jj and indeed,' there* isv .-s ample room to do so. Amongst other cliahgW for v the better, it is reported that the1 ol'd.ygabKis to; 'i be forthwith couverted into a barracksj for, there- ,-; cepti...

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BATHURST RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 24 November 1849

BATHURST RACJES. It was our intention, in. to-day s.issue, to tax the leading members of our sporting frater nity ,with supinerie'ssi '''Whatever excuse, the present depression in business, and the apparent gloom.' which overspread the, pros- : perity of the colony,-rnight, have furnished them with, it is now no longer available. The last accounts frPra England are most; cheering. The melancholy engendered by small profits and slow returns will speedily be dispelled, and gradually yield before the generous influence of full purses and a pro mising future. There are ' good times coining,' and we hope our sporting friends will imbibe a portion of the spirit of- enthu siasm, - which the fluttering prospective is calculated .to inspire. Lassitude and inde cision appeared, for a time, to have usurped the place of energy and promptitude. . r One great drawback to colonial life, in our estimation, appears to be, that it is not suffi ciently chequered by the practice of the good old English...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 24 November 1849

Xsocal Zntelllg^eace. Negligently Riding. — Last Friday week, David Howard pleaded guilty to an' information charging him with furiously riding, and in consideration of his expressed regret, no Jess than of his good cha racter, was fined only in the mitigated penalty of forty shillings, and costs. i The Lord Bishop of Sydney arrived in Bathurst yesterday morning, and took up his temporary abode at.the Parsonage, with the Rev. Mr. Sharpe. The inhabitants of Kelso will learn with satisfac faction that it is the intention of his Lordship to preach to?morrow morning, at Trinity Church. Service to commence at eleven. o'clock precisely.1 ? i We understand that an x accident, happened last week to; Mr. Rhodes, Chief Constable at Welling io'ri , , a'rid'; formerly' holding the same situation in Batliurst'.*'' 'It 'apfje'ars!thiit when ' a bullock intended for slaughter was beings, roped, by , somo accident the animal iinanaged; to extricate himself from the rope, and running at Mr. Rhodes, ...

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