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Original Correspondence. To the Editor of THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. Bathurst, May 11, 1848. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 13 May 1848

(©usurfll (!T£rrrc£Jp0n'tfcjicc, To the Editor of The Bathvrst Advocate. Bathurst, May II, 184-8. Sir, — I beg leave to trespass shortly on your pages, to acknowledge the communication of ' A Grazier.' ' Minlo supports the twenty shillings per aero system.' 1 do so on the simple ground of hop'1.. thar. the impracticability of such a wrong system may work its own cure. 'I can get land at five pounds per G'10 acres, per annum.' I have known opposing parties run one another up to £40, and, in one instance to £75 per section ! lam 'one of the favoured and fortunate few who obtained grants under the old system,' and I see no good reason — no sound national policy — and no good that can accrue to the colony — by charging a recent emigrant for land he is qualified to render productive. ' I am desirous of purchasing 040 acres at five shillings per acre.' I am glad 'A Grazier' is in this condition. Let him keep his money. If matters do not alter, there is reason to fear he will have many opp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 13 May 1848

THE ANNUAL MEETING of the s BATHURST HOSPITAL will be held on TUESDAY NEXT, the 16th Instant, at Mrs. Black's Innj at One o' Clock. . The Subscribers and Friends of the Institution are respectfully invited to attend. Bathurst, May 13, 1848. ' ' IIORSS ERSiUtSNG-, .,. ; ' Z'&Z&S&ZISSt-ir and TRAIN IN G. TAMES KELLY (formerly farrier and ' Rider in the Honorable East India Company's Service for five years/ and for several years Horse Breaker and Training- Groom to the Messrs. Scott, of Glendon, Hunter's River),. respectfully begs to acquaint the Settlers of Bathurst and the surround ing Districts, that he is making arrangements for opening a Livery Establishment, where he will be ready to receive any horses given to, his charge to be broken in to Saddle or Harness, or to be cured of any Disease, or undergo any. operation in the Veterinary line. ' . ' . For ability in the discharge of his duty, he begs to refer to George Russell, Esq., of the Leigh, and John Tho...

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MARKET. To the Editor of THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. Bathurst, May 10, 1848. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 13 May 1848

MARKET. To the Editor of The Bathurst Advocate. Bathurst, May 10, 1348. Sir, — A letter purporting to be signed by ' An Old Resident,' appeared in your paper of Saturday last, animadverting very strongly, and I may as well add, most unfoundedly upon the conduct of the Commissioners at their late Meeting. In making use of the term unfounded let me be . clearly understood to mean that many assertions are made in that letter without the slightest founda tion in truth, and although I fully concur in the generally established proposition, that the Acts of all Public Men in their Public Capacity, are fair game for Public Criticism, yet the Criticiscr should never be allowed to substitute for truth the ridicu lous inventions of his own ltttlc brain, which I confidently assert has been the case in the present instance. Many miserable falsehoods have from time to time appeared in your columns, evidently eminating from the same pen, but their very barefaced grossness, as regards both matter a...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 13 May 1848

ARRIVALS. May 3. — fflauMn, brigjflQS tons, Capt. Hughes, from Auckland the 13th, arid Kawan the, 19th ult. : , 5.— Lowfsa,, brig,... 182. tons, Captain . JMillton, , from Auckland- the -20tli ultimo. - - '-?'??— 5.— Cheerful, schooner, 123 tons, Captain' Jones, from Auckland! the 13th. ultimo. 5.— Emma, brig ,..,121 .jtqns, . Captain^Osborne, from Adelaide the 20thLultimo. : ?''?'?'? 5. — Queen, barque, 428' tons, Captain! Main, from Glasgow the 8th January, arid Port Phillip the 28th ultimo. , „ , ??. -. _. . , .-. ; 5. — Deborah, schooner, 121 tons, Capt/Nagle, : from Aucklahd.the'6th, and the, Great' Barrier the 14th. ultimo. .. ,.- .--.-, ,-',^';;i- . ,,' . ; 5'.— Dorset, brig,'82 tons, doptainv;Walsh,'from ; Adelaide the 22nd ultimo.'' ? ?-?..,- \-5.—Rosetta, Schooner, .73 tons, .Captain^Vih- ? Chester, from Adelaide the 19th ultimo. 5. — Hyderabad, ship, 815 ton's, Captain'Casfles, ; ?from Auckland the 22nd ultimo! ? 6'; — Champion, schooner, 54- tons,Capt.'CollaE, from Moret...

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Impounded [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 13 May 1848

Impounded At HARTLEY, on the 15th of April:— One aged bay mare, black points, mane and short tail, blind off the left epe, like TE conjoined near side under the saddle, A A on the off shoulder like 257 off shoulder, said to be 16 years old, 14 hands 3 inches high, damages £1. 9s. James M'Cay;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 13 May 1848

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. , The letter, signed " PETER GREEN," will appear in our next. We feel great interest in it , and sorry our space would not allow us to insert the production in the present publication. "ALL SAINTS' CHURCH." — Upon this subject we have had a satisfactory explanation. The writer should furnish us with his name.

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To the Editor of THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. Bathurst, May 12, 1848. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 13 May 1848

To the Editor of The Bathurst Advocate. Bathurst, May 12, 1848. Sir,— To the questions of " An Enquire"' I briefly reply — 1. "What is Science?" Simple knowledge.     2. " Is Religion a Science ?" It is— the know- ledge of God. 3. "Is every religious man a scientific man, although he maybe an ignoramus in other mat- ters ?'' He is. , Sir, yours, &c. LACON.  

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Police Office. SATURDAY, MAY 6. Before the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 13 May 1848

Police Ofiice. Saturday, May 6. - Before the Police Magistrate. Rowland IJandcock was apprehended on sus picion of being absent from his District and was discharged. ' ' '. Charles Mills and George Snill were brought up on a charge of larceny, but were discharged on trivins- bail to the amount of £50' each, to appear at the Police Office, when called on. ' Monday, May 8. John Cotton pleaded guilty to the charge of drunkenness, and it being a repeated offence, he was fined £2, or seventy-two hours, in the cells. On leaving the dock, John muttered to himself, ' being short of tin, I must sweat it out.' John Burns pleaded guilty to the charge of having taken a drop of the cratur, and was mulcted in ten shillings, or 24 hours cogitation. Bridgct.M' Court was charged With robbery and committed to take her trial for the offence. Tuesday, May 9.. Eliza Grant was found guilty of a misdemeanour, and remanded in order to procure bail for her good behaviour, either by two sureties in £10 each,...

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THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, MAY 13, 1848. PRISON DISCIPLINE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 13 May 1848

THE MTHU11ST ADVOCATE, SATURDAY, MAY 13, 1S4S. S»ES,ES©£T JBISCIFJ&SaffB. In the Convict discipline of Great Britain we are likely to become much interested if the recent initiatory 'measures are fully carried out. The solitary and silent system of prison discipline is about -to be fairly tested. What the results mavbe no human being can determine. We. can calcu late on no effects being produced on our own prisoners, cither for better or 'for -worse, from the effects said to have been produced in North Amc- ' rica. The American and the Briton dilfer in a world' of circumstances, and; will require a modifi cation of any particular, principle, of discipline.1 The results of American discipline r.re highly ex tolled by some writers,- while others as much' 'depre ciate the system. The following remarks on'the general question, and drawn immediately from a visit to Charleston prison arc worthy of considera tion .? — 'The prisoners are allowed, to hold no in tercourse of any kind ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 13 May 1848

ANYiproposUiOnfor the circulation and sale ,of this Paper will be thankfully received, remem bering that all quarterly subscriptions must be ?'paid' in advance'; and also ,?- that all letters mu^st be post-paid, or they willnot be received. G-C)p: SAVE THE QUEEN !! ! Xf E R M A J ESTY ' S BIRTH-DAY JKiE 'being close at hand, ALL LOYAL SUBJECTS are hereby informed, that CHINESE CRACKERS I jARE SELLING AT SIMMONS'S STORE Zy] -AT HALF THE USUAL PRICE. *. A Reduction of 40 per cent, to the Trade. A few packages of Splendid Young1 EETTSON TEA, /, IN QUARTER CHESTS. CHEAP AND EXPEDITIOUS TRAVELLING, BY THE ROYAL MAILS. A FOUR- HORSE COACH, from and to Sydney, Penrith, Hartley and Bathurst, thiee times a week. A TWO-HORSE COACH, from and to Bathurst, Molong and Wellington, once a week. . A TWO-HORSE COACH, from and to Bathurst, King(s Plains and Carcoar, three times a week. A ONE-HORSE MAIL CART, from and to Bathurst and O'Connell, twice a week. The Booking Offices are at Mr. Titterton's, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 20 May 1848

TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Are Six Shilling's per Quarter, payable in advance. Single numbers, Sixpence. V 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 mizst 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, OConnell Plains. Mr. S. MEYER, Carcoar. Mr...

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MARIA MILDRED; OR, THE IRISH ORPHAN. (Continued from Number XV.) [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 20 May 1848

MBIA'MILBRED; or, THE IRISH ORPHAN. -BY A KESIIENT OF THE BUSH. {'Continued from .Number XV.) When the insulted M'Osley arrived at This .lodgings, he retired ; having a desire that the violence of, his excitement would subside. His passion had. been driven into a temnest: but it was the ternnest of a squall ; it was violent ; but it was co mpa ratively short. His very intellect was blown, was buffitted, was tossed, was nigh to swamping ;. but no sooner did that violence begin to abate than like some noble barque emerging from the tumultuous and foaming waves, and which now rides safely under the guidance of the helmsman, the partially restored and powerful mind of M'Osley became capable of being steered. It was highly expedient he should act wisely ; and ?though by no means deficient in natural courage,; he saw ??'- what madness , it would be to contend with -the * boisterous pwind of; Dowd's unjust rage, arid he ?tbblc^advantage of the subsiding ::character;,of::his own pas sions. ...

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Impounded [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 20 May 1848

Impounded At O'CONNELL PLAINS, the 27th of April, 1848, by Mr. Michael Murray : — One bay draft horse, like H, not very visible, saddle, marked, aged, about sixteen hands high. 9s. .I.Roberts. At MUDGEE, the 4th of May, 1848, from the estate of George' Cox, Esq. :— One red and white poley cow, JT oif rump, aged. One red and white snail horned cow, ear marked near ear, branded apparently Pg off rump, aged ; damages 6d. each. 9s. W. Sampson. At HARTLEY, the 5th of May, 1848, from Mr. Murray, Porter's Retreat.— One black mare, star on the forehead, bang tail, MC near shoulder, four years old, about 14| hands high, damages 10s. 9s. James M'Cay.

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THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, MAY 20, 1848. LATEST ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 20 May 1848

^HymffllRST: ACTUATE. ,L' ^SATOTDkY^ MAY 20, 1S48. St.ATSS'X1 'ESNG&XSR KS¥S. , TThb JCourt left Windsor Castle onthe 1 lth January, (and took up its residence in the pleasant. retreat' of Claremont; There the Royal party remained for a week, and had -since; been domiciled at Windsor! Castle. ' '? 'Tlie yener,able,;,a'uthqr -off the Curiosities of Literature, of Amenities of Literature, of the quarrels of Authors, and of, the Il lustrations of the Literary'.': .Character, had ' gone to his account.. 'The best .defender of the.'.best of kings,' afteVflife^s- fitfu}: fever sleeps. ,;-Mr. Isaac, jD 'Israeli :diedi at Braden ham House, Buckingharashire.-oh the 19th January, in- the 86th year of his age. : . Sir, .St;.:, John Mildmays Barty destroyed himselfiOn the, mprning of ,the 23rd; at his residence in London. The deceased gentle man's health was stated to have beentoler ably good, but for. ; several days had been depressed in spirits.— On -the evening. before the catastroph...

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POSTAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 20 May 1848

PolTJaL^ii..,,, , Tut. J Gazette contains a warrant directing, certain1 reductions and ; '-alteration's :;in the rates of postage -between .this country and its,' colonies, establishing a, local post at Hong .Konir; &c.. It is ordered that on every letter not exceeding half an ouribe in weignt, transmitted by packed betw_e^n.,the islands of Martinique and Guadaloupe, and also between those islands arid British North America and the West Indies (not forwarded through the United. Kingdom), there shall be charged a uniform rate ,pf fourpence. A local rate of the penny is also order on letters transmitted through the post between any two places in the island of Hong Kong, in the; Chinese. sea. Progressive rates to be charged on such letters as exceed the above- named -weight. ' The local rates al ready fixed for letters passing between the various British dependencies east of the. Red Sea, the Cape of Good ' 'Hope, the Mauri tius,' the New Moluccas, Australia, and New Zealand if...

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Original Correspondence. To the Editor of THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. O'Connell Plains, May 18, 1848. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 20 May 1848

(ghrtsuictl GErrcrc&'pmttfencc. To the Editor of The Batiujrst Advocate. . O'Connell Plaiiis^aylSHS'lS. Sir,— I should, feel .obliged if, any. of your readers would give a satisfactory answer to a question at issue respecting1 Right of Back Run, under the New Land Orders. Suppose a case, A. B. ,is the. purchaser or, grantee of.. -2000 acres of land, A. B. lets and demises, the whole and every part of 1000 acres to C. D., is CD. admissible to make application for his proportion of. Back Run ; or can A; B. claim the pre-emptive right to'C. D.'s Back Run ? Hoping to see an answer to the above question in your next number, .aui- i: ? ????-?? ? I remain,1 yours respectfully, '' '; :%.' . '' A GRAZIER. '

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POETRY. FLOWERS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 20 May 1848

m :wbmimith v'4#$^ FCOWEES! -\. : What speak ye of m your wondrous birth, Sparkling eyes of the teeming earth, /' ?%,- As ye operibesprent with the morning's dew, And with radiant light our path bestrew ; Oh, ye tite of the world in its early. prime ; Ye tite of the glories of !Eden-thne ; Ye tite oif the loveliness all things wore, Ere sin had infected the earth's core. And .whatis the perfume around you spread, The spicy breath on thewings ye shed ! The odour to which all your pores give vent, . Embalming the earth by the tempest rent ? 'Tis the incense ye send to the throne above, And should teach erring man that His name is Love, ' -.-? ? Who to you hath such beauty and fragrance given As render the earth a glad path to heaven. Gems of .delight by the Godhead sent, Stars of our own green firmament, . Spangles that glisten on Nature's rest When in bridal garmentsof spring time dressed, Oh ! what is your language but grateful praise, To Him who enkindlesyour gladdening rays ? You ...

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CARCOAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 20 May 1848

CAK.COA3R. Amputation of a Leg under the Influence of Chloroform. — On Sunday last, Dr; Machattie performed an operation on a patient while under the influence of the Chloroform; the case was a severe compound comminuted fracture of the leg. The person had received the injury by a heavy log falling on his leg ten days before ; he was placed under the care of Mr. Clarke, an apo thecary, at Carcoar, who tried to save the leg, but gangrene commenced, and the person was sinking very fast — when Mr. Clarke determined to send, for Dr. Machattie, who, on his arrival, saw that no time was to be lost, andthat it was necessary to amputate the leg above the knee- — he immedi ately put his patient under the influence of the Chloroform, and performed the operation. The patient did not evince the slightest pain, nor could he believe that the operation had been per formed when he first recovered, the- effect of the Chloroform, passed off very quickly ; the patient slept well all night and continue...

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THE FAMILY VISITER. II [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 20 May 1848

THE FAMILY VISITES. NO. II. ' Awake ! the morning shines, and the fr.esh field Calls us; we lose the prime to mark how spring . Our: tender plants, how -blows the citron' grove; What, drops the myrrh, and what the balmy reed, How nature paints her colours, how the bee Sits bn; the bloom, extracting liquid sweet.' We wish to call the attention of, pur young readers to the subject of a Flower Garden, arid to present some striking illustrations of the influence which Flowers have produced on themind; and heart of some of, the great est niiiids with which we are acquinted. Arid \?e engage in this pleasing and, .de lightful, labour in the hope of inspiring a passion for Flower Gardening in our juve nile readers especially. T,o bring, to the remembrance of a few— to please and, in form the rest shall be our aim. , ; ' The first and most ancient account we have.' of a Garden is that in the second chapter of Genesis, 'The Paradise alloted to our first parents, as their first residence, has,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 20 May 1848

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS.     " THE CONSTABULARY"- We have this week re-   ceived another letter from "An Observer" on the same subject, he is too severe. We would advise him to take his observations in another course.

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