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Original Correspondence. To the Edition of THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. Bathurst, April 12, 1848. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 29 April 1848

C ' ii©yisft«al^C*nxeSffia«'Beiwtj;i j To the Edit on loffi T«e BAniuRsr' Any ocate. ;';P':i'i,!:'' I .9/nBJi,;9-j;BathurstMpril-12y '1.848. r SiRi— Inj.yeuYl Jtlurnai^iof tKe' 8th ^^ instant;: there1 is atet^^l'signed^'VM into;'': which, treats on1theKN^W'ti^nd; 'Regulations ^vari ous .',? assertions ; are there'; made without a: fact Recorded, or an . argument: adverted to* to i puppprtith.emUiiJ('jMiNTO-' assumes, thai nejth|^i;|;:aTg«meht nor.istatementv; of ; fact8: afe^quired.to.jniR^e ]??'' anyrintelligent stock holderj3.u^d^f^r^.ft^ein:f'; ^He:;, also.; says,! ttik$l*$$6rty^gfaUQinfe'dtfnqn rwill feel, thei i-:^)i;J£'ji5(f Though' I have, been a stockholder irii^hisVi.district for nearly twenty years,? /I; must ffconfessV that -I am'^ not intelligent enough* to understand manyof; bis 'asser tions, hbr ismy^mind in thatjState.tOi'Vife'/; its 4ruih.'i . Perhaps, for the satisfaction of - an old settler, he will state his ireasons for i some pf his opinions, i-1' do ;not'urider...

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Police Office. SATURDAY, APRIL 22. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 29 April 1848

Police OflBLce. s SaVhriiay. April 22. Before J. Street, Esq., J. P. ' . ( ????-?? ????????. ?: Charles Edgar .was found; guilty, of -having been drunk in tlie streets, contrary^ to the. statute in that case tnade^and provided, and 'mulcted in the. sum 'of-ten sliiiiitigs. ??? ' ??'? A:iW^J 'J'^Uv ?iifr.:.-..j :-iv;.;k; ,. Monday, Aj?rii. , 24^ ;t ...a. „? „;...? ;..; ?Before -tlie Pplice .Magistrate Gedrge1 RanKen, Esq. ,!E. 'Park; Esq.,;and^tM.JIrViilL'. ^Vr [ '.' '???- ! Thomas Bendall wasibronght befareithe Bench ? ort'a change1 of drun^ennessi andf asihe rwasf.sup-; posed to 'be^'a runaway'-ihV Vas r prjdered.: Ibo^- be..ftir-. ?warded' to Sydney to be identified.''1;';1 ' '' * .'^',1 '', John Byhurst was 'charged'^witJi iminoral'cpn duct, and the Bench- decided 'to recommend the cancellation of his ticket. , Alber Harrold had been arrested on suspicions of being a runaway, but having proved to the satis faction of the Bench that he was legally at large, he was discharged. -vf,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 29 April 1848

???TERMS' OP. SUBSCtt'lPTfidN^AV1-'''1--' ? :'?'?-? ? ? ??}?'??? '-]:!-:;g os; j{j!V'i'-^.iv.- Are Six Shillings pe* Quarter, p^yabl^n. advance^ Single number^ Stfxpence/,,1.; ^^ ' */i,^?V, :'';':, ; The Quarters end on^theiiast' ^uVjliy^' in' March ^ .June, September, and^ecfeiriber^'Khfl oh which dates only' can'resigriatioiisj be!K received, and : which must' be accoi^pianiedjby payment pf all -money's due.- . :..;?;. ;?f \]:k WtvmriU^rf'l ?'? : ?:':r;:' 'iTERMS FOR .ADyERTIs'EMENlrS.: ]?or the first inch of ' space,; one' ^in'sertibn,: THree .. Shilling's. ?', , ,. ? ;:.: : :'; ?..^ '?;.,' ',' .; .'? ? For each additional inch, 0ne Shilling., , ; ; Eor future insertions, Half-Tprice/i,:^ h :,i: '_'..;?' .'?'-,-' \ ?The .number of tiniesV^ to y,)^: published mqst be written on. the faceAof fthev maiiiiacripti/}or ?the advertisements wjll beYcohtmiiedf itill^cpdri!t^r- ; hiandedi The amount must be paid' prdvic»u'B1-fc?the insertiori of, an advertisement,: :wlfichfiiiV3tj?e?sont b...

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To the Editor of THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. Bathurst, April 25, 1848. POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 29 April 1848

To the, Editor, of 'inn Batuubst.; Advocate. -? isH .n't ^HiirsiJ A^ril;25;;1848.^ pBst' office. ??^??\--^ ?VSiuv^.Having^Tead^aS paper of the 22n^: .ipsta,nt,-t:heade,d(.I?ost Office, j in : whiclti ybut-,sayi that'from. the; numerous complaints ^hicli'^ ing1 you;/youiiyr'e? cbm^e'lled^t^.s'Syisprae thing about .,!ther..!lrajanagernent-. of ;. , this establishrnent ,in these ^XHstricts-^-aB regards ?the Kmany ' complaints, you say a few might be mistaken, but I beg to inform1 you th'atf they are .all mistaken, for I can ex tell;' ^^them.(Jt6fat .fneither/ntheydnbrf you cani ? ? .pbiht,-;buti;a! single -ihstanceiwherein your* ^ : ^Hpef wasriwaeliver^^hetfyilea^fbr^a , ^daS^nieVjf Thie ^TljliiDlg.tp^aper *».. jlp :,:f C ' FHiufi !sKy-ihpwev^rirAhat?I!.fefelTaTi:in^e^^ ?-? -; - ^8;^'^ circulation^ of ^buj^f^e^^^wfjciv.fJ-t ^tf^J^th^q^ ^triiy^iyfeV. 'and . ^uld,' therei|grq,, beg;,^,;) .,,j, jiuggfest v- that ??i the ?vissuei ith^rebf^takeflpiacfeHiHt;; ? iori^edriesday morning, instea...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 29 April 1848

?'llEccLK%i^8Tic^ stunt, '; bejp'g! . jthe 'Tuesday ' after: faster; the'' usual ''A -hfaual'^ Meeting; of the 'Members, of the ^ Church^ of* Ehgjlihd/ Wa^ 'held^ in 'the Room',- in'^Durham-'s^reel i- at ' .present ; used for- Divine ^Service.- ' 'The Rev. Thomas' Sharpe having, been called tS'the'Chair the'1 (JI»urchwaVden'8'''a6ooHhfs;l'f6r'ithe i past : year' were i examined 'ftrvd ^^iri^Oye'drand/itKe follow i ng 'gentlemen'' were] re- ejected; ,,a.9 ; Ghurch watdens ? f!oy,^ihe'1;.i^ylear:::.ensiiing.,i'';tvizi'':;sii-'- 3V1 essrs. Hansard,'!! brrieV' ?arid'Syer ? ' M iiclv ; s'atisfactionci'wa's i ^xjVre^Bed .?at|t,he,'annbunceir inent'\y ^f.^(ifpe^ hopes the:jGnuYc fi^oujd ' be'sufficiently com-; pleted tb- adfniti of * service beitij^ performed' there in 'fabout1'three -week's.^; -;It 'was'1 'pro1-' |)qsd(l''-ohd'\uiia'hrm:o\Vs)yya'ijreedi-'. tha't: 'tlie MH'nthiy* Suif^acrijitioh1 J Jst'-' should be. again opened ?- to -assist 'in .raising funds' for' the* completion «'of-t...

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EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 29 April 1848

? EGYP*:^-C*NftL ? TH ROUGH- THE -1 8THM US oP'iSuB2S:'t*^TherffolloW:ingc. report ^ofrthe; prbgress of ; the surveys and preliminafy wdrks » aj-pearainp the tfjourtiahtfea Debats. The letter' is'f dated- *Nov.f i \ ^j^* There fare ten (bperatpTsigePmeters*'. and ' levellers;?'! r A first levelling -htts^ taken place at Cairo and in its vicinity;; as well as at 'the1 Pyramids/ and- it has been joined to that of the Mekias of the Island ol Rouda. After this preli minary work, the expedition camped at Demerdace, opposite the camp of the pil grims. His Highness the Viceroy has placed , at the disposal of the chief engineer a- company^ofijsoldiers -of . artillery, - about 3OtentB;i : aTady-ti2O-f'camelB;»J ^The central united withctBefi^st^division; immediately rejpaifed t0fth^«L«ke:;jofrTimsah. ?'The lake arid; its efnviron^have been. levt lied withthe cbinpass an^d the : theodolite, rfv In the. mean timethe-secoqd diviaioniwhichhad^remained atitbe ^ gateC;a^CairOi radvanced towards !t...

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To the Editor of THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. Macquarie Plains, 26th April, 1848. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 29 April 1848

To the Editor of Tuk^ATHmsT^^ocAT^^ Macquarie VlMii^iMiJ^mi^'iMC^ Sir,— Your correspondent MAfjhto!'11 apjpear.sjB^;' ' the sentiments of his, writing, so confirmed ajikte-^' matist, so pregnant with assurance ,{ thatv iiristfoU' of counterfeiting thef title of one ofourVhobMse',?'' he had followed that family'smotto (''^?waviier^et^ former1' J ana suDstituteu MiNiTo.it wbuid have, ' been more in accordance, with; . the/i tone .pf , Wis!:. '? epistle. At one fell swoop, he.denounces ' the ;fiye shilling an acce system, one of double distilled; damnation.' Beautiful metaphor;',! !r Surely', tli^'' like;could never be heard, unless from the rostrum ravings, of -the conventicle^ or 'f.the'^stilV ^ more ' lildp-' ' bus exhibitions of ?: Papistical , alk^thfeateningSJ'i!- ?'? It is a trite saying,; .that,;';, Xje veritc^lfiemeritepestxi s\ \ toil jours accompagne d'lionelte^e', ef$e 'modesttejj''^ , . , i '-. whether ' Minto '; has , evjlnced ,.;eifiil»r:^ ; ojj ..those ? ' ?endearing 'q...

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IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 29 April 1848

IRELAND. Town Councillor Sheridan presided ;at Conciliation Hall on Monday, January 3. Mr. John Q'Connell read a letter from the Archbishop of Armagh, containing £69 ; and from Dr. IVlaginn, with the last disposa ble £5 The Rev. M. Mulligin spoke at great length against the English rule . in Ireland, ancient and modern, and was im-, mensely cheered. He was no less warm on the Irish landlords, as a class, and denounced as traitors the men who, on the last debate in Parliament, had supported the Coercion; Bill. Mr. John O'Connell then gave an account of a visit he had paid to Limerick, and the splendid reception he had met from the citizens. He returned, he said, with hope of a reconciliation between the old and young Irelatiders; but would not,. as a con dition, give up Conciliation Hall. The rent amounted to £157. Mr. John O'Connell was received in Limerick last week by a grand procession, headed by the Mayor, and entertained at a public dinner; this being the first occasion of his ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 29 April 1848

A'ifX'i ^prgpoaitipV'-ffiX the circulation #nd sale of ? thisBaper iifiU:be:tf^^ully received, rentem ,beringiJiaiyail;quarterly subscriptions must be paid iip advance ; and. also, ,)fhat all letters . must be post-paid, or'they will hot be received. ' -'- ?V/?/*---i---- ????-..;. ? k.-m ? ?--.- '\jp ' ixii t. x kg- ? p rpic e .., / JJOB ^RJNTING.; including Pamphlets. :;j Catoibgjuqv 'Circulars, Carils, Law Forms, BiHtHea[da-:.!-&!c!i;:&c.||1'.v9Vwiuted m a neat and ?expeditious manner^..^ « ; ' --? - i^llliil&^J«iinBV*.^::ia.-:;y«rieiy'' of other ''.?: article'soif SfiCionery are always on hand at iMOBi^of'Ms^&peT.'vh. :— :; '? PAPEa^PostV Foolscap- Demy an-fr Double Crown Iietter'and NotePdper - ? ??''? : ?'? /' ?- '?? ?' Brown 'andTWhite; Wrapping Paper ???:??? ?; Coloured Demy anil ?Double Crown Tinted Letter Paper. ;- -? ' ' ';:i ? ? ' Superfine Thin Blue Wove Post ;?? Black Bordered Letter iind Note 'Paper Tissue Paperi coloured- ? ? ? Drawing ...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 29 April 1848

?ms&mmm&* ARRIVALS. -' ?Aprii.. 18.— Calypso... Wig-. I.4PK%as,; Lbjira,' 20— Bee-, brig ,'' 134' tons,.- lA^roS.i'inaster. 'frorii.' ?20. ?^Jane^Cattiertfyfy^yj^e,,, ^ppna^Wn^oji,. ?master, .fitSm^Ebridon, liavingicft, jl^e'-|!)p\vns~ojjL. from Adeline the 13th instant,:,.,,!,, »0.,ii« «m't f«u Jennings, from-.-La^ttfcdsttiaYtHe^^1' H&tenj.y.j s . t; ,,2L— s-.3/m«r«fl, ..schooner, 110, tons, Captain jlpsp-; VearV from ' Adelaide )£he: 1 \ th ,:; and:. Portland Bay* ttee l®fiiiifistaiitf! ;;'1' Jf'* ;' '' \ ^i ??''' ''';'''; T\ ' ii~2te— Sydney; -barqne; 345 tons'r'Capiaiiv'.TWiite/ frorfi Londorii- Jiavirigi lefb tiier;iDoWn'4 1 0 i&e 6thr Jawax.y..\;iioiJ:,-KiffU' 'Vti hv^p^M^'1^- ;-^- ?21.— Thetis* schooner;- 94iiqns|,vCaptain Goll^iis,' from Port HiilHp'the i'Sth^in'stautl -pM ''»' f^Vv' ; .; ^l;^^A«-iPir^ ^cl^h^lt)5;5fen^!'Gaptain M^eigl^4?frpm;I^M^.PhiilipHhO?tonstant: ? . . f22.—.Kel?o, I ship; 567. tonsj C'aptaifj ^Roxburgh,' ifrom Port Nichol...

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POETRY. THE LIFE-CLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 6 May 1848

?^©gTPK^ — ??♦ THE LIFE- CLOCK. f&rom the German. J There is a little mystic clock, No human eye hath seen ; That beatheth on — and beatheth on, From morning1 until e'en. And when the soul is wrapp'd in sleep, And heareth not a sound, It ticks and ticks the live long night, And never runneth down. Oh ! wondrous is that work of art , . Which knells the passing hour ;' ! But heart ne'er form'd nor mind conceived ; The life clock's magic power. \ Nor set in gold — nor deck'd with gems, ; By wealth and pride possess' d : But rich or poor, or high or low — ; Each bears it in his breast., When life's deep stream, 'mid beds of flowers, ' All still and softly glide ; Like the Wavelet's step, with a gentle beat, It warns of passing tides. When passion nerves the warrior's arm ???? For deeds of hate and wrong1', Though heeded not the fearful sound, The knell is deep and strong1, When eyes to eyes are gazing soft, And tender words are spoken, Then fast and wild it rattles on, As if wit...

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CARCOAR RACES. List of Subscribers and Amount of Money Disbursed. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 6 May 1848

CARCOAR RACES. List of Subscribers and Amount of Money Disbursed. 3d. S. U. Amount received per Mr. Davis ...... 14 8 0 JamesTwaddle ? 3 0 0 JohnGrant ? 2 0 0 J. Tait ? 2 0 0 RichardHow ? 2 0 0 Archibald M'Diarmid ? 2 0 0. J. G. Wood ? 2 2 0 J. P. Wood ? 1 0 0 W.R.Watt ? 1 0 0 JamesWatt ? 1 1 0 H. J. Clarke ? 1 0 0 Mr. Norman ? 1 0 0 Mr. Andrekin ? 10 0 Mr. Markh.am ? 1 C 0 Robert Lodge ? 1 1 0 William Stott ? 1 1 0 Thomas Rowland ? 1 0 0 S.Meyer ? 1,0 0 Joseph Simmons ? 1 0 0 John Corse, Senr ? 1 0 0 TimSullivan ? 0 10 0 Joseph Haywood ? 0 10 0 George Luck ? 0 10 0 - J.evi Stone Street ? 0 10 0 Peter Dwyer ? 0 10 0 Per Collection at Davis' ? 0 10, 0 Sundry Minor Subscriptions ? 1 2 6 Amount received for Booths ? 35 0 0 Ditto for Fruit Stalls ? 1 0 0 Ditto for Entrances ? 25 0 0 Total ? £95 15 G Disbursements. Paid Prizes ? 80 10 0 Making Course ? 12 0 0 Advertisement ? 1 10 0 Balance in hand ? 1 15-6 Total Amount ? £95 15 6 EDWARD J. S. NORTH, Honorary Secretary and Treasurer , Kin...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 6 May 1848

Roman Catholic Church in Ireland. —There are in Ireland at this moment 2,735 Roman Catholic priests, 2,205 Roman Catholic churches, 25 colleges, 59 convents, 93 nunneries, and 42 monasteries. American Methodism. — The decrease of Methodists within the bounds of the New York conference has been so great that a 'day of fasting and prayer' has been ap pointed on account of it. One of their bishops stated, in a recent address, that there had been a falling off of two thousand memr bers in the New York conference in one Year ; and in the ' whole connection,'' a falling off of 50,000.— Christian Witness. '

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To the Editor of THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. Bathurst, May 2, 1848. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 6 May 1848

To the Editor of The Bathurst Advocate Bathurst, May 2, 1848. Sik, — As I have lately had the word Science I Science ! ! Science ! ! ! sounded in my ears, will you allow me to ask, through the medium of your powerful engine, the three, following questions ? — First, What is Science ? Second, Is Religion a ? Science ? Third, if so, is every religious man a Scientific man, although he may be an ignoramus in other matters ? If any of your Correspondents will reply to the above they will greatly oblige, ' Sir, yours, &c, AN ENQUIRER.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 6 May 1848

TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. Are Six Shillings per Quarter, payable in advance. Single numbers, Sixpence. The Quarters end on the last Saturdays in March, June, September, and December, and on which dates only can resignations be received, and which must be accompanied by payment of all money's due. TERMS FOR ADVERTISEMENTS. For the first inch of space, one insertion, Three Shillings. For each additional inch, One Shilling. For future insertions, Half-price. The number of times to be published must be written on the face of the manuscript, or the advertisements will be continued till counter manded. The amount must be paid previous to the insertion of an advertisement, which must be sent before two o'clock on Friday afternoon, and all orders to withdraw, not later than two o'clock on Thursday afternoon, or they cannot be attended to. No verbal communications can be attended to and all-postages must be pre-paid. AGENTS. Mr. WALKER, O'Connell Plains. Mr. S. MEYER, Carcoar. Mr. JOSEPH MATTHE...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 6 May 1848

Sfcfesfffff *nt«Mge«ce. ARRIVALS. / 27, — Fame? barque, 203 tons, Captain Kerne, from the Whaling Grounds. . i 28.— Phcenix, steamer, 108 tons, Captain wse man, from the Clarence River the 26th instants 29.— Tamar, steamer, 130 tons, Captain Alen, from Moreton Bay, the 26th ultimo. ; Mat 1.— Gazelle, brig, 292 tons, Capt. Wiod, from Calcutta the 6th February, Madras the 9th February, and Hobart Town the 23rd ultimo. I 1. — William, schooner, 62 tons,' Captain Style, from Moreton Bay the 24th ultimo. ! 2. — Phantom, brig, 158 tons, Captain Fox, torn Adelaide, the 21st ultimo. 2. — Emma, brig, 139 tons, Captain Pocley, from Hobart Town, the 23rd ultimo. ! 2. — Branhenmoor, ship, 402 tons, Captain Era, from London, having left the DownsManuary th. 2. — Mary Ann, schooner, 60 tons, Capt. Staes, from Adelaide the 16th, and Portland Bay, the 1st ultimo. DEPARTURES. April 26. — H.M.S. Bramble, 126 tons, Liu jtcnant Yule, on a surveying voyage. ? ^&.-r-Wil§iam, barque, 324 tons, Cap...

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To the Editor of THE BATHURIST ADVOCATE. Bathurst, May 2, 1848. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 6 May 1848

To the Editor of The Blthuist Advocate. BatWst May 2, 1848. Sir' — By your paper of the 2&h ultimo, I per ceive that my note of the 8th h\s attracted the notice of your Correspondents. Think the public are obliged to them : at all events 1 am so myself, and should consider it discourteousto allow your next publication to appear without my acknow ledgment, as well as my promise' to give your Cor- , respondents every reasonabb satisfaction they can require. At present I am too much engaged to give my views of the subject that explanation which it deservedly \jught to obtain. The 'proper station' «f competition, and of such competition as has beei exhibited at our Land Sales, is answered by G. E. jn the following words ; ' I am confident that after every gentleman who holds 640 acres of land and upwards, has selected the land that he is entitled to at ten shillings per , section, not one section in all that district will be open for competition, which of itself will bo worth te...

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Settlers' Wholesale Price Current. SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 6 May 1848

Settlers' Wholesale Price Current. SYDNEY. ?Wheat.— From 3s. 6d. to 4s. per bushel, for best quality. Flour. — Fine, 11s. ; seconds, 9s. Maize.— Worth Is. 6d. for good samples. Hay.— Market hay, from £3 to £4. Oat hay, compressed, £G to. £7. Van Diemen's Land, from £7 to £7 10s. Barley. — Good malting barley is in demand, at from 3s. fid. to 4s. per bushel. Oats. — Colonial, 4s. ; V. D. Land, 5s. whole sale, of 401bs. per bushel. Butter.— Very plentiful, from 5d. to 7d for best tub butter. Eggs. — Worth from lOd. to Is., per, -dozen for mixed duck and hen eggs. Cheese.— Market full of inferior cheese, selling at from 2d. to 2Jd. per lb. Prime counter cheese, 4d. per lb. wholesale. Bacon and Hams are very scarce of good quality, worth fid. per lb. on the whole. - Inferior quality, 3d. to 4d., and not saleable, too much in the market already. Fat Pigs.— Saleable at this time of the year, if of about 60 to 80 lb. weight; 2$ per lb. on the , whole. 7 Fat Cattle and Sheep. — Still plenti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 6 May 1848

©SffCS ESOSSE ?fcSSS3 'VU& BEG TO REMIND OUR' *£» V W . SUBSCRIBERS, that the present No. (XIV.) is the first of the Second Quarter, to -those who have taken our Journal from its com mencement. 'We must again call upon them for, the Sum of Four Shillings in advance (which willj square their accounts) up to the end of June. Inj our limited List, there are a few who have not yet; .paid, but we trust that they will shortly come for ward with Their Ready Cash, to assist us in ADVOCATING the District. NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. ?' Constabulary' in our next. ' The Back-biter.' We decline its insertion, being too personal.

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Police Office. Before the Police Magistrate. MONDAY, MAY 1. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 6 May 1848

Police Office. Before the Police Magistrate. Monday, May 1. William Buckley and John Cotton pleaded guilty to a charge of drunkenness and were sen tenced to pay a tine of 12s. each, or 48 hours con finement in the cells. / David Thompson was found guilty of being drunk in the streets, and fined 20s. or 24 hours in the cells. Michael Scullion and James Calliford were chai'ged with the same offence, and being found guilty were fined 10s. each or 24 hours in the cells. . Martha Brothers, was brought up on the same charge, and as this was the second offence she was fined 10s. or 24 hours in the cells. Owen Shannon had been arrested on suspicion of being a .ranaway, but was discharged. Tuesday, May 2. William Hunter, John Doyle, Mary Ann Young, Isaac Barnes, Walter Eayner, William Earle, and Henry Collingbourne, were severally charged with drunkenness and fined 10s. each or 24 Junus in the cells. James Matthews was charged with a misde meanour, and was discharged by the bench. Wednesday,...

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