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Settler's Wholesale Price Current. BATHURST. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 1 December 1849

Settier'aWliolesale Price Current. ??-'? ; ?? -v ii-^'^ii»-^..^THuasT:;;,J;;: :' ' ' '?' : ? ' ' . . vvWheaiifrpm.2sv69vt9:2s;'8dTfP'er'bushcl . .Barlej5,;3&dittp;/ y ? '\?^ .-^?^?'f-l 'J^''. ' '?' ' '/''^ .Mai*eK*from;3si1\'to,.3a.;9d.^pler/.bu\iliei/' , Fine Flou7,J-9 per Jon ..V^'^Z'.^f'^' '''''' '?''? Seconds, .£8. ' ' ? ' ''? ??? - Rations.^;;;^'/. -??- '!--: ??'?^??-????- ???? ? ? -:- '. Brands, peirewt;* -?' ??'?-?..?.??'?- '-'? ,-^x ??::;,?.: Butt5rJf8d.'f per pound , _: . -,,- , Chee''sp'J?2d.tto2Jd;-'per pound , : , .'. ,,, Bacrihy 3d. per; pound ' ?' ., ?? .-. ? Eggs1n8d..£er-do*en(x v/;- ^:. ^.h ._,.,. . '' - ... Pota'toesi' '£6 person :.v ??., . ;i ,:il ?', . .'.;.' Hay3,4E2;5s.rto'£2 lOs.per ton,,::. . ..,.' .,, Shee^-' SkVns,-2^'to 3d. perpound r-..:. ' . '.''.. 'Fowl, 132». per cwt, ,.,./,.

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British Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 1 December 1849

5f Ra[Rl'f a%§i^isli;BxtPaots.-r^;..'.;, *?? ?: fjrf^ DS;«S .v,r.»;f^.--. - ??:?? ??; -..-, . ,' -, -,,r :,^ ??.?(,, rr,;^oi-- -W.v:» ?J:.-V.!v-^:-f X.''-3fi J-U V ???'??.?- ft^^?Wpo^T~^he^^p.^^bHcv8ales,^-_-.have?;'???..been? brought; tp'.'Ja^clbjs,e...,.^i Upwards of; 42,000 ?bales 'were sold at, an advance, of^ quite Id.' per Ibi''' Privately the^demand .is-.firm. . ? '''TaiiLow^'— tOur ^ marke^ active i stated apd, prices,. afei the stiirniiin- favor' ;'6f;'! th^'^Duyers.^^ P.. Y.C., on jtlier spot^ isv ?selHng ap'S^s^'to' '39^)3di V^aridithere'iare' ^offers' ?^r.,%lwery;,at 39s., 3d; tOH39*^!6d^ ^^icwt.!^o^n?tajow,.37s.13d.;.toj378l^ yper',bwt,j'.hetjcash'i;f, ?i.:.4.\\ '?;\j^-^-h $Miw 'iH-fr^ sv^THB^CRp'pa.'^^othingjCan -.be^more'-indi-' '?'cative'of | an^abub^apt.hary.est; than\th'e-;yery^ prqrnisin'g, aVd ^ealthy,; :;_appearance,. ofc the' wheat ''an'd' otherlcrops.njtbroughouti' the;- .f'country.i.1-\Greatl./H,ppriehensio.n! wasfalione ?time^entertained ,.that.the^ heavy. s...

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THE CHAMPION OF THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 1 December 1849

.-?-THE CHAMPIQN.O£.jm~3KQRLD.. -^mom the Birmingham AfercMnuJ 9The- n\ore \ye. -jnze upon aspiring,-/ (toiling-, ?lw«'Og^|injar',.':and bleeding , Europe, the njore r fotlly are we persuaded that the, world's great ''fr'irht: is to be foueht in HunffrtPV— -that on the! succes3 awarded to the heirpiam of-.the 'ififtrigyers depeuds the mighty i advance |or,in-- tf definite ppstponement.of the triumphs :pf the '^good bid, pause. .; We sicken -at ; j jthej .hideous, *J8igtii of republican Home gloripusly^defead-. ing itself ttgainst the, degradeil^hp^ts of the loFreHcri llepdb'iic.'.; :, ;'We! ' turn; in ^dnessf froth ^France; 'invited 'to ?'tKeA;fiofifible~'J.banqae|^ of* '3insuVfecti6'n 'for ther noblest of caused, isutn^ moned to the horrors of, civil .wpr iii defence, oftthe (violated* constitution : aridj'forihe;rer. j-jdressiof the wrongs? of -Iloroe :^'anH while Vglad -thati ' the i'tiireTdfulv''8X«n'nQoH3f'.;'^KaV not, ? jebeen'obeyedv we; are'-cjoristraihed fto ackriqw kie'dge...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 8 December 1849

We :cann6i consenili'o:p^blishsd;.letierjso 'replete withi personality as Mr.' B.'s. communication. Should ?Mr^fc' consider himself ~'ah'~ injured individual, his.'rneans^of'^dress areobviougj out we, cannot allow the Free Press, tdke made ike Vehicle' of ill-teriper\arifr^ Oh : aformelwccasM 'our columns would be open' to contending parties, provided their views' were)' expressed rin^. decent and Aemperatela.ng%iage,andfreefrotnperso]iality.fi To that rule we mean-injlexibly to adhere. Wfi have no' personal consideration in' the matter, nor would we, in our' editorial career; suffer either^jj'iendship or. enmity: to draw vs. one, ? milli-metre from our course. We .must confess ? Ourselves at aloss.io understand, the nature of ?the. hardship suffered* by Mr. B. His license was' opposed, and' certain objections raised. The ^objections were iwl entertained, and, as a matter of course, the license was granted. The question then becomes 'a personal matter be tween Mr. B. 'and his oppone...

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Settler's Wholesale Price Current. BATHURST. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 8 December 1849

Settler's 'Wholes-ile Pjrioa Qurreni. BATIIURST. Wheat from 2s- Gd. to 2s. lOd, per bushel Barley, 3s. ditto ........ . , ,- ,, Maize, from 3 s. to 3s. Gil. per bushel Fine Flour, £9 p?r ton Seconds, £3 Rations. £7 Bran, 2s. 6'd. per cwt. Butter, 8d. per pound Cheese, 2d. to 2id: per pound Bacon, from I'd. to 4^d. per pound Eggs, from 6d. to 8d. per dozen Potatoes, £6 per ton Hay, £2 to £2 10s. per ton Sheep Skins, 2-\ to 3id. per pound

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REPEAL OF THE NAVIGATION LAWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 8 December 1849

REPEAL OF' THE NAVIGATION LAWS. (From Sidney's Emigrants' Journal. ) Australia will derive benefit from the re peal of the navigation laws, particularly Swan , River, and other minor ports. , The Americans frequently carrv on a -retail trade )(o,ot^heir .ships, quite different to. the proceed ings ( of j,pur merchant princes. A ship is b^lt,,. freighted, ,and manned by the joint cgntfibinions* of a seaport or river village. Sjorae find , labour — some have timber — the blacksmith, contributes his 'skill and his la Jiour,— the freight is made of .odds and ends, of 'superfluous produce, and ' Yankee no tion's^' or toys fit for savagss and backwoods women. .The crew muy not include more than ;tw'o able seamen. We met once at Bahiarthe captain of a most successful little ^chooner, engaged in whaling and sealing, Svho^aslnpt only captain but carpenter and doctor, and {first-rate, in all capacities, al though .he ..had, started, in life as school master, ,, and , never .ventured on salt w...

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English Extracts. GERMANY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 8 December 1849

English. Extracts. GERMANY. (From the Spectator.) The Allgemeine Zeitung lends authenticity to a remarkable document :which has al ready appeared in a Swiss paper, the Evolu tion. It purports to be a manifesto of ' the German Democrats abroad, in meeting as sembled j and to be a programme of -the policy which they will pursue. It sneers at the 'half revolutions' of France, Ger many, and Italy, now undisguisedly re sulting in a virtual return to the styles of government as they existed before February, 1848; it adopts the Red Republic as manifested in Paris during the days of June. The German Democrats denounce the sham Democrats of Frankfort, the Neu tralists of Switzerland, the Middleclass Re publicans of Europe, the Philosophical po liticians, and the smaller Socialists ; they declare for a complete system of Communism — abolition of landed- property,' state -care of industry and produce, universal educa tion, and extinction of religion ! Education must be stripped from all religi...

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CALIFORNIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 8 December 1849

CALiFdRNiA. I '-ft- ((From the Maitland Mercury .) ??'We -.have s been ? favoured by a Newcastle friend; with a San Francisco paper of the ,6th .September, and with Sandwich Island papers of the 29th September and 1st Octo ber, received by the Danish schooner Johanna O'Lajfa, which arrived at Newcastle yester day ?morningi! Nothing of moment is contained in the California paper, which is principally filled with advertisements of goods for sale from allquarters of the world. '.One of the Sandwich Islands papers con tains ah account of the release of some pri spners.frora Japan by the U.S. sloop Preble, Captain Glynn. It. appears that sometime since several white men (Americans) and several Sandwich ; Islanders absconded from ,avwhaler,;and, took refuge on the Japanese Islands ; here they were soon imprisoned, but made their escape, and got into the mountains, were again taken, forwarded to the capital, Nangasaki, and after an exami nation before the Emperor or his ministers were once...

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Sydney Markets. FROM BELL'S LIFE IS SYDNEY. LATEST PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 8 December 1849

Sydney Markets. . ; , FROM. DELL'S LIFE IS SVDXEt. LATEST PRICES. May, oaten, from £!? IOj. to £5 ; lucerne £1 lbs. per ton. , ..'.?. Maize, 4s. (Jd. to 5s. per bushel Oats, 3s. to 3s Gd. per bushel Wheat, Colonial, 4s. ; imported, 4s. to 4s. 4d. Flour, fine, £10 10s. ; seconds, £9 10s. ; ration. £8 per ton. Bran, Is. Id. per bushel. Butter, fresh, lOd. to Is. ; salt, ditto, %8d. per pound Cheese, 3d. to 4d. wholesale ; and Is. retail, per. ? pound -.-.,.. Bacon. 3d. wholesale; Sd. retail, per pound- '? Lard, Gd. per pound '? , -^ Beef, carcass, Id. ; retail, 21. to 2^-d. per pound; salt, ditto, 3d. per pound * Mutton, carcass, lid. ; retail, 2Jd. per pound Pork, 5d. ; salt, ditto, Gd. par pound 'Veal, 5d. per pound Potatoes, imported, £7 per ton ; Colonial, ditto, £5 10s. per ton Eggs, 7d. to 8d. per dozen Sugar, £11- to £20 per ton Soap, 22i, to 2 Is. per cwt ? .: Wool, washed, 15d. to 16 I. per pound ; grease. 8d. to 1 Oil. per pound . ... .'.',. Tallow, £25 to £23 per ton. Tobac...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 8 December 1849

The Lord Chief Baron intimated his opinion that the capital charge of intending to do murder was not made out. He was of opinion that the case ought to go to the jury upon the counts for, conspiracy anjdV assault. ?? ' ;'?'.;? : \-:r,, ?,?;:-': , \ Mr. Ryland addressed, the jury vfbr Price. Although an attempt had been^ade tp.cast a slur upon the character of ,,tn'e ,; prisoner., and to insinuate that there ^ad been,! some, immoral connexion between him and .the, woman at the bar/ not the slightest evidence had been given of the fact. Suppose, nbwv ever, that the jury should believe that an improper intimacy had existed between the , parties, he asked them whether the circum Btancea would supply a motive for the comv mission of so serious a crime as that which was imputed to the prisoner. The learned counsel then proceeded to comment upon the evidence, reminding the jury that the' prisoner Price was proved to have been at home at three o'clock at Woodham Ferrers* several miles from ...

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DESERTING AN INFANT.— EXTRAORDINARY CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 8 December 1849

DESEB/riiSTG ''? \ AN' I NFANT.—EXTRA. - '?? ??; ^ ??;. lbiibrisr ary' case. ' Ax/the; Home Circuit Court, Chelmsford, on^Tfrursday, before the/Chief Baron, , Jona- thanlHenry .Price, a middle-aged man, de scrib:cfd'in the calender as a dissenting min i8t*e^.j^|'..;Pii8iiJ^la;;iRafiell, a girl about twen't^.^jirreadered to take their trial upon anandictment, which charged them in some co'tttits'Hwith feloniously \deserting, an illi g'Hi'jaSff infant; born of the female defendant, to^ljigjlmslemency of the. weather, with in tenjti-.tOi murder it, .and .with a view to relieve themselves from .the burden of maintaining tlve^cHlldi and to cast it upon the parish, . anJdSnnan6ther set of counts the defendants wer^-generally charged with a conspiracy. MrwgalTantine ; and, Mr.. T. .Chambers con-, d'ucted!the prosecution. , Mr. Ryland and; MrFPartfell defended Price, and Mr. Edwin James;vappeared for the female prisoner. The coiirtcwas crowded during the trial. by members'of the male prison...

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Original Poetry. AN EVENING HOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 8 December 1849

??' ;^-fC#e^— ^;-eve^ ;' .('fc-'fTwiis'subh an' hour as fills tho.Jbreast £ j 4,v . . ? ^ Q&eartli from flaavjm above J. -?'' ' ? : ^- v jAnd whore I stood might woll havo been . . *'l3;'&io^;iootf^ t)V«»i '': . :. rgpWt.'T.'r ^^'^irit's8pfi;abi-ae.;' '?'? ^?.??.;;.'H^i.-4i:,7j: ' ? '??'?;eOO V7:7.'--'i':.iob-Yi.Ji/ ^:.'o\; j^.:'^' '?''? ; :) '? r --?--,- «jol- Now quivered on.thp brow of night . r ? ? ?? j- The star which^lovos to Bhrno^- ,; ' V'y-^^of^tte^SonB'of light,' '^ -t!; i5--^ f^^'vTho'Btarmost'doar't^moft'alsight^i. . :''v' --Siu. p&lt}$}jf,7 of res^tho woloomb Blgn^i] ; :, ; .. h.:,v ? .';.'?.. *'.t And^'iproj J 8$d, iifna'ugh't0could bring ''?- v ' ' '' ['?'? ™*: ^Th^f^ngs'bWto^mfe2 '^ ~'-\ '5-^I ' ^aw (S'uoh'iw'ln youth's'dbiiglitful spring— ?-5 1' ? V ' . ? 8^0i.:ifov-dtb-oW;;f joy'd'toBing;'- :-s-r ;.;; ' ,:iV feSd ?i.-)vArl'dB.trIlcb^holyreibr,«tee.liJfri!;( a?''. ..-,-: -'. ^^^feaijp^rthopoet'ttirougbV-n '?-? ' V./' .?5s *Mv! ''j^'^prld'mjgh...

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English and Foreign Intelligence. STATE OF TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 8 December 1849

English and E'preig'si Intellig-ence. STATE. OE TRADE. ., v: , The Funds, August 16. — -The English 'funds have been firm to-day at. an advance of;- an eight on yesterday's prices. The only quotations of Consols have been ,9 2|? to % for money, and 92| to ^ for the account. ' ' ' ; t ??'''?'?'? :.'f Trade. — -It is satisfactory to remark that in London, during the past week,' a decided increase af activity has beed observable in most departments of mercantile business, and that the foreign' advices generally' are such as to warrant an' expectation of. con tinued1 impi'bvement-^-Tiwwj Aug.- 16. - : '.Lbicester.t— We have1 riot^much' to' say : this 'week''' concerning trade' matters-; 'but that 'little1, is encouraging; Business ^cori-' tinues ' in.' 'a' very'1 ' satisfac't'ory state'.'7 ^ The1 workmen' are 'all5 employed. \ Wools' are' firm, and .'yarns slightly advancing. Harvest' prospects. are also good'; so' that there seems' every reason ' 'W Hop'e' that ' Svej shall . have ;a f...

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Original Correspondence. To the Editor of THE BATHURST FREE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 8 December 1849

gaF* Wt i do i not identify ourselves with the opin n-, ions of oiir Correspondents. i,*'. -..?,?...?? ? - . ? ''.(S&rCgtttirt Caccc^pcftftfcixce. To the-EditorofTHms Batiiurst Free Press. Sir,-1— Perhaps tlioreisno one subject that requires a morestrict and searching, investigation than the mode in' which the power placed in the hands of the Magistrates in Petty Sessions assembled, called Summary Jurisdiction, is administered. I have lately' been inclined to think the magistrates, fur the most part i appear entirely to have mistaken their duty both to the public and themselves, inasmuch as one'portion of the last New Licensing Act ap pears to have been rendered a mere nullity, and of no more avail than if the clause below recited had never been authorised by the Legislature. I allude to that clause which enacts — ' And whereas, informations or complaints are often laid for the mere sake of gain, and the of fences charged in such informations are not further prosecuted ; or ...

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Bathurst Police Office. "A little nonsense now and then "Is relished by the wisest men." HUDIBRAYS. ALAS POOR SCOTCHEY! [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 8 December 1849

Batlrurst Police Office/. 'i ,.'^: A iittle. nonsense jiowaad then 'Is relish' edwihe wisest men.' -'?' \ Oft uSatt!rday 'last, D?'C?;Sh¥armanv begged Yfl^iftrodue'e^tp^lh'e notice .of ; the bench, a fe^aVprejoiciiigl in^ttie name of ' Sarah BlafKe^^fKetter'- StiovVh^ under the ? familiar and endearing appellation of ' Scotchey.' ^f^^days^agpi'he.hadbeen given to un derstand.1^ acting on the luggestiori'-of her friends, had determined joWfavSuring- the ; inhabitants of Kelso with ^^i^v'ofKerattractibns, and that, induced |TrbUa!bry^by% ' the very flattering nature of ?n&°-receptibn, she - had subsequently re IdTve'dpupbn ? remaining permanently with tn%m£'c' In poiritof1 fact, he believed she. 'was ^influenced, by more reasons than one for the adoption of this latter course. In %e' first place, she had of late been much Shoclced^at'the apparent falling off in the 'mirfiber pf her admirers, a circumstance she cpuid not help attributing as much to their want 6£ taste, as to an...

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ASSAULT OF ARMS AT WILLIS'S ROOMS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 8 December 1849

ASSAULT OF AUVTS AT WILLIS'S 'ROOMS. i CFrom the Illustrated London News.J ; . On Saturday, a very, interesting perform ance of this kind took place at Willis's Rooms, under the patronage of Colonel John Hall and the officers of the 1st Regi ment of Life Guards. There was a 'large and highly respectable attendance of visitors present, who appeared to. take a warm in terest in the proceedings- The exhibition comprised sonvdsmanship, stickrplay, spar ring, and other amusements, and was com menced by Messrs. Arnold and Sherry taking the foils. They were followed by Messrs. Bushman, jun-, and Jackson, Ser geant Tuohy and Mr. A. Sherry, Sergeant Collins and Mr. Winterbottom', each pair of whom showed surprising mastery of their weapons, and the due combination of ele gance, with dexterity. This part of 'the performance, was succeeded by & sabre en jCountef.vjbetW-een^' Mr/ . Bushman ? and' Ser- jgeant'T jioiiyi1 in 'wKich the latter, notwith stajading rp!p'i^ jvaSp|)liged to succ...

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THE BATHURST FREE PRESS. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1849. SIX HUNDRED POUNDS A-YEAR VERSUS A SEAT IN COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 8 December 1849

THE JATHURST FREE PRESS. SATURDAY, DECEMBER S, 1849. SIX -HUNDRED POUNDS A- YEAR VERSUS A SEAT IN COUNCIL. Whatever may be the merits of the Rail way question; and however desirous its most ardent promoters may be to witness the successful completion of their proiect, they roust admit that the incipient proceedings of those to Avhom its management has been confided are not of nn encouraging or pro pitious character. No one can, for n mo ment, call in questiou the pains-taking1 ex ertions, of Mr. .Cowper and his co-mates to enlist the sympathies of Government, and to secure its pecuniary support. Not a stone was left unturned, no argument but whs raked up and arrayed, to strengthen their position, and to secure the success of the Railway scheme. Their point was gained ; and a very important one it was. Their subsequent proceedings, however, have tended to show that they were comparatively regardless, or if not regardless, most cul pably neglectful of another point of infinitely great...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 8 December 1849

^TO~M)VERTISEES... The cost of Advertisements must be paid previous to their in sertion.' Advertisements will be received until ,six 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 conimunications will be^pub lisiied in this Journal, unless ac companied by the name of the Correspondent. 'iATHUEST FREE PRESS GENERAL PRINT ING OFFICE, T)OSTERS, Hand Bills, Circulars, Cards, Bill X Heads, Labels, Law and Mercantile Forms, AS ALSO, EVERY DESCRIPTION OF J O 03 P RINTIN6 Executed with neatness, accuracy and despatch, and on Reasonable Terms. To be Sold at this Office, FORMS OF HHENDERS for a Lease of a New Run of Crown . 1 Lands. ;# APPLICATIONS fora Lease of Waste Lands oj ' the Crown, beyond the Settled districts of the . Colony of New- South Wales. TENDERS for a Lease of a Vacated or Forfeited ,, Run, of Lands, .Intermediate or Unsettle...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 8 December 1849

'So Publicans and Settlers.. ;.''' A GREAT SUPPLY of WINES and- SPIRITS h;is just been received by the undersigned,': which lie ptirpoiHs selling to Publicans and Settlers at a reduction upon his former prices. JOSEl'II SIMMON'S ' '?'' General Stores, Bathurst and Coreoar. v ON' FRIDAY nexf, tho 14th instant, All Saint Cliurclu Bathurst, will be consecrated, by. th- Lord Bishop of Sydney. The Service will 'com mence at, Eleven o'clock, at the conclusion of -.which, a Collection in aid of the Building Fund will hi made, 'and tho Bishop will then proceed, to the consecration of the Burial Ground. ' ?*H - Emportant STotico. TO (, THE,. INHABITANTS OF' THE GREAT WESTS .N DISTRICT. NEW CHEAP BOOT AND SHOE ESTABLISHMENT, CNear Mr. Read's Hotel, WUliam-st., Bathurst. W.H. ^FISffBURN begs to inform the in ? habitants of Bathurst and the sunounding district that he is carrying on business as Boor and Shoe Makes, in all its branches, on the pre mises now occupied by Mr. WILLIAM KEN YON, PROPR...

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Sydney and Country News. MULTUM IN PARVO. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 8 December 1849

Sydney; and Country; News. wo!\ -Jr ^muLTUM IN PARVO^ ? -:--' 0t ?-.' ?!.'£? '.'£'!-A .rev :- ::(':::-' ' ?,'-{.? ..1 :'? '?-?/ '': On - Wednesday , JasJ-, an! inquest , Was , held a * fParramatta. pnfttKe body of ; an infant^aged three f years and ; six ^months,- who came by, its death;under, the following; melancholy cir ...:cumstance8.^:His.-vuncle---.-with,*.who:.m he re 8idednhad jonjy beenHabsent ,a yfeyj .minutes in , the, garden, iwhen the child, went to the fir^aia^ignited his ^iipparel in ^attempting to TefaiclMa' s^Uck;! '.. f iHe '^as, pi course, jquickly enyeippe-ii in flames,, which liia uncle, '.aftp'r t^q.-b;r;/three,.jUnsuccesBfuL attempts to extinr guisbowit|j ;fhis hands, was fain to subdue by throwing ihimi on the ground.' Medical as si8tanc,e),was procureaVbutthe fire had done itSitwor^iand in the . pourse of a few hours ?thg^p^prsiinfant^expired. /i^Verdict/accpird'-' ?JngJy,^i^fl:iPS?^(recentlyrtnied atthe;Sycir nfey^pl|c4 flpffice,;, the magistrates awarded t...

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