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Miscellaneous Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 15 December 1849

BEiscellaneous - Extracts. ???i1 Advice TO; WivEs.r-7-A- wife must learnj how to form her husband's happiness ;.in- what direction the secret of his comfort lies ;? she .mustMnot cherish this1 weaknesses; by. working, upon 'them,, she must' not rashly, run counter to his prejudices. Her motto must be never to irritate, , ;She must study never -to, draw largely: upon the ;small stock of patience in man's nature ; not to increase his obstinacy by trying to i drive himij; never ,if possible to ? have.,' scenes. ' . ? I-idoubtt' much, if a real quarrel, even; if made -up;/: does not loosen the bond between ,man!arfd wife, and sometimes, unless the affection :of both be very sincere,.: lastingly. ; If- irrita tion should occur-, a womari must expect to ? hear from - must men.a 'Strength, and; vehe mence of language far more than tbe'occa,-; sion requires. v;,(Mild, as well: as stern meii ave prone to this exaggeration of language.' Let not ai woman'ibe tempted -ever -to say anything sarc...

Publication Title: Bathurst Free Press
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Bathurst Police Office. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 15 December 1849

Batburst 'Police Office. iDi'j s?.' rAilittle nonsense now and then i.'jv -&,li: relished by -the wisest/men.' ??.?,;? ?! ' 7; ?: -iUt-tiir .- ','?????? : ????'? 'HaDiBaXs. '^IThb' (' Anti-Teetota lis?.— Monday morn - ing/is -i-at'j the '' Police i Office^ usually! signalised iTy.the a'ppearahce of sundry Bacchanalians ^Hd; ! unable ; to ^ conclude their orgies on :Sa^rday rnight,,', are fain . to \bbrrow ,a ,few -iJcmrs jfrom: the iorthcoming -Sabbath for the 'unhallowed purpose. 'Such would -seemto 'hays .been1'' th'e '/case with Pierce , . Boy- jan^it;who ? atVan early ^hoiir the'^prececliog jmorntng^ was *', found ;stretched;at full length iia^tfieiyery 'centre i of 'the -road. Of course, «ommon^ebencynp?les8tihan;'huinanityTe quiredihis1 removal,. and (the ^police conveyed iiimftq,the ?watch house.; ' You, .found him fas t asieepV ' then '. ' observed the .Magistrate , ; ''? it's^really ;w6n'derful how some of these in fatuated beings. escape without broken bones. Didly...

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Latest from England. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 15 December 1849

Latest from En-land. ;'' ?' f'Frovi'ttie 'So^t7ilAustrUliqnij: ; ' ',.. ^H%,Ascendahtn spoke ithe, sPrince fi/.-Wvles bound for Calcuttay and obtained from her a (fileof !English^ '[ papers ;;to' the /Sist^A'ugusti ' ifrpm' -vyhi ch the Gazette and * 'fyining* Journal p;ubiishes 'extracts. ' 'V^e subjoin, a summary, not having room to copy the whole. ? Consols, Aug. 30th, 92^; ' /The, , Queen was still, at Balmoral, and would! stay, till the end of September. She was!aboutvto;stay ? a -few 3days at -a small shooting box oh the banks of Lake Muick. On', leaving ,Balmpralc,.itt.,waSf;repqrte,d ,she would visit Lord Aberdeen, at'Haddo House; or.the Duke of .Sunderland, atDunrol5in,of 'both:;; ?'-, ;;:; -;; ;; -\Vrj£^iV\ }' .. . ;; ' ? ..LiThe:chbiera^ returns, for the 30th' August, ?shdw^S^defith'^out'of^o'SS-attacksi - ? ? ? ;';;-! Thefne^ 1Jf?oW^i!en;^fe tlve;-5th ,A^.; ' WfitbjtKe/. efe^ct'|tiaVJi^ .Greprge'yi: 'w.aSi.beat.en by^ the' Russians— -had' : surrendered* ?with his1 army/a...

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DEBTOR AND CREDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 15 December 1849

DEBXQft AND CREDITOR., .„., iJkiii A.-Ji* -^.--.% *-? ???*?.?? siiictzWrom'tliesMorninff Chronicle. J ; Thb timpuriity^hich^the ? English/ law hS9 longf'exten^ed^o^tlie^criine' of abusing cbrn merxwl^redit— $?, 'stiaraefully. unprotected condition iriiwhicn it - has left property ex istirigMn^the shape :bf money due! arid' owing — ^a^^oiduced^its^natiiral 5 consequences!' It is'infp'osBiblei'indeedi ?in ;the? absence of regular1 statistics (a 'deficiency; 'by the way, which1 is 'much-to be1 lamented); ^tb arrive at anyiprecise 'conclusion on a matter of this kin'd^but it'; seera.3 so universally acknow ledged that insolvency in its various forms is deplorably oh the increase in this country; and:that itsiricreaae has been'in proportion to the*growing laxity of the law with respect to defaulting -arid fraudulent debtors. Even the* astounding sum of £50,000,000 sterling is ^deemed by sthe best authorities on the subject a safe arid unexaggerated estimate of the''araount now annually l...

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THE BATHURST FREE PRESS. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1849. BATHURST HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 15 December 1849

THE BATffiH§f%EE PRESS'. ? , . . - ~$ J .' ??' s-r r- gr ? ; - SATlJRtf&Y, T$E~£ EM B Eft 15, . l 849. B ATHURST HOSPIT AL'.™ -^ ^jA^ciRCUMSTANCE in connection with the Ba thurst Hospital has recently been cotnmuni ^atfed!;to'usr which is; well* worthy tHe serious ^$jj$enjipn .#£, the' public!; ; Tfte, .fact is ; gene- )(rallv known that this institution depends for £ itsqsupport upon elemosynary -. aid in -the ) shape of 'contributions from the benevolent ^and; 'to .th'e^fines ' ira ?^ nrh' ich..! .are hatided ; vb.'yer j to ! !,'. 'tne ^jTrpasurer ^ofj.theiHospital/i towards^defcayinguits.uex penses. The destitute/ from1 all. the surround - ^iBJS^ffifliftdfs^are1^ _bjtne.§ts.^yetf^^ ?Tceptioh of Bathurst ^tself,:;'notjVorie''ofi them contributes a single penny towards its mainj » jitc.ns(Qcei:f ;i; There.) fis I'something^pbyipn^lyi .^w,rongr'ad'dvunjustlih!.tnis,-an'dweTare ciSfiai -' :^elle'd'to ^givfc' 'the ? inhabitants tfff^ ''great^c^^^ i^hus^^p^ri$ng'£hejsi&...

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DECLARATION OF IRISH REPRESENTATIVES ON THE CHURCH QUESTION. TO THE PEOPLE OF GREAT BRITAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 15 December 1849

DECL^AR'ATT0N';0FwlRISEr^REPR'E-' .iSENT&TtfVES -ON - TH«CHURCH QUESTIONS -' ::* ??*?? v' W:'v -^ i :T0;T£CEkPEOPIlE! OF GKEA.T BRITAIN. It having '^be'eri recently stated in Parlia ment and !ih' the press that ' the people of Ireland had ceased to' take any interest in the -Settlement ' ^ of the ? Irish church ques tibn'y'we feel bound to declare our conviction that the-Irish1 people havenotceiased. to re gard;' as - 'they ??'never can cease to feel, the continuance of the established church in Ireland, on its present footing, to be a symbol pf conquest, a perpetration of reli gious 'inequality, and a most potent cause of th'esP'cial'depression of the great body of the people of that kingdom. We also de sire to add our belief that so long as secta rian' ascendancy is maintained in Ireland, permanent tranquillity cannot, be expected to prevail, nor can we hope' foi; a, oooootion of thtfse religious feuds which alike obstruct the prosperity of that country, and the es tablish...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 15 December 1849

CJaarles S&eeee ITS - A ? CASH BUYER OF WOOL AND I ' . SHEEP SKINS, /I NEAR THE -RED LION INN, DURHAM STREET, 3AT1-IUJRST. -SBXiXbIN@ O2'F. IN consequence of tlie termination of 'partnership between Messrs. SYER BROTHERS by effluxion of time, they intend disposing of the whole of their extensive and well selected Stock-in-Tradc by the 3 1st of March next, they therefore , beg to _ call the attention of SETTLERS AND STOREKEEPERS to the fact that they will Sell Off at, and even under Sydney prices, so that the annoyance and ' expense of a journey to Sydney can be avoided. They now offer TEAS. Hyson Skin (best brands) Young Hyson and Twankay, Souchong, Caper and Fine Congou. SUGARS. : ??'? Loaf, Company's Pieces, Taal, Zebu, and Pampanga SALT. Liverpool, Dairy, Rock and Basket. TOBACCO. Barrett's best Negrohead. Colonial and Cigars. OILMAN'S STORES. Pickles, (pints and quarts), Mustards, Sauces, Oils, . Starch, Blue, Herrings, Annatto, Pepper, Sago, ' Rice, Kent Hops, &...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 15 December 1849

' TO ADVEETISERS. ? 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 Ihree or six. months. '.JNb communications will be pub lished in this Journal, unless ac companied by the name of the Correspondent. GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE, POSTERS, Hand Bills, Circulars, Cards, Bill Heads, Labels, Law and Mercantile Forms, AS ALSO, EVERY DESCRIPTION 01? JOB PRINTING Executed with neatness, accuracy and despatch, and on Reasonable Terms. ~ To toe Sold at this Office, FORMS OF ? mENDERS for a Lease of a New Run of Crown X Lands. APPLICATIONS for a Lease of Waste Lands oj ' the' Crown, beyond the Settled districts of the Colony of .New South Wales. TENDERS for a Lease of a Vaeated or Forfeited ' ' Run ' of Lands, Intermediate or Unsettled ''? ' -' Districts. Dog Forms, &...

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AUTUMNAL FLOWERS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 22 December 1849

AUTXJM^AIj FLOWERS. . \ ? Ijr vaia, oh bright autumnal flowers, Ye lavish on the dying year Huoa caught from summer's glowing hours— ' * Ye can but wlthorherc Ye give'nb pleasure to the heart, Iiiko thWpale^Duds of early spring; That' from) the lap of winter start, ' ? '' ;'?'''? ? A'nd' joyful promise bring. .Yo have no perfumes, such as dwell In the ripo roso and jasmine pale ; Or as the lily's snowy bell Flings to the ovening gale. But ovory gorgeous tint that lends A glory to the western Heaven, Whoa jthoro tho radiant sua descends ' To you is freely given. And as each velvet leaf unfolds, ' 'lislfraught-withlossonsbricf and sage, IJko th*6so's6mp*antiquo volume holds 'Oirits illumined page. ' Teaching that all earth's loveliest things Afo' prone to wither and decay ; Or_olso, liko'angol guests^havo.wings^ ?';?''?' ??'-.'? Spruadbuttoflcoa'jjay.t : H.6.0.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 22 December 1849

CHOICE WINES ; FOR CHRISTM^ Messrs. Sloman and Trosa Will submit to Auction, ,';''? ; ON MONDAY NEXT. 24th INSTANT, at 12 VClock, ?'' ;.' '';',';f; ' k VERY superior lot of Choice. Wines in JA. packages suitable for family use, CONSISTING OF — . 2 Cases, 3 dozen each, Choice Old Sherrv f „. ;1,. „ ;,: Hock 2 ,/ 1 „ Choice Madeira 6 i, 1 „ ' Rich Brown Sherry 4 „. 1 „ Crusty Port 6' „ 1 i- ? Claret AFTER WHICH, About 200 volumes Books, and other property.' Terms at Sale. Messrs. Sloman and. 'Tress,' Are instructed to sell by.Auction, On THURSDAY, the 27th ; of DECEMBER, At Twelve o'clock, in Russell-street, (Opposite the Residence of Mr. J. C. Stanger,) FURNITURE, . ' ? The property of a lady leaving Bathurst, : v. CONSISTING OF — . ' LOO AND OTHER TABLES, Horse hair' Chairs, Cheffionier, Carpets, Fenders and Fire1 Irons, Wool beds and Bedding, Clothes Press, Washstand and Furniture, Stretchers, Three School-room Forms,. China Matting, Kitchen Utensils, Crockeryware, Set of Garden 'T...

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THE SYDNEY CANDIDATES. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 22 December 1849

THE SYDNEY CANDIDATES. The Herald in its leader of Wednesday in descanting upon the qualifications of the various Candidates for Legislative honours, says'bf Alderman Wilshire 'that his pri vate affairs are well known to be in that state that it will not be creditable to a mer cantile community to be represented by such , a man'' And so, our Colonial Times mea sures men's intellectual and political quali fications by their success in life, as if the very meanest and most despicable traits in the human character were not in many cases, and particularly in this colony, the very ground- work of their prosperity. We mean not by any means to assert this as a general principle, but we are well aware that its application would, in very many in stances, be justifiable. The possession of in tellect does not, by any means, argue the possession of wealth, neither is the acquisi tion of wealth indicative of mental acquire ments, of political honesty, or of any other species of talent than that ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 22 December 1849

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. ,^,Humamtx' appears not* to recollect the very -? .necessary rule of Newspaper Correspondence, set forth in the second paragraph of Vie Jirsf column of our first page. This rule is indisjwi sible,\upon ^general gYouiidsjbut in^the'easefof ^l? i I , ('' --?* ill I S1 - 'i'1 - ' * ? ?- ?' ' Humanity' it is particularly so. He brings a charge 'against a public officer, which may, or may not be true. Upon whose veracity or cre dibility are we to depend', for the correctness of ' the statement ? ' Humanity's !' Who is ' Hu manity P' We are not acquainted with any in dividual in Bathurst addressed by the name of Mr: 'Humanity.' Suppose, then, we. insert Ids letter, and that the allegations contained therein should prove false or groundless ; and ?^suppose that- in such a case the individual in question should commence an action against us , for defamation of character as a public officer would 'Humanity' indemnify us for the con sequences ? We very mucJi question...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 22 December 1849

^^AXRniwi«rHoBPiTAL;r^Wo*bbg^tb^coff4oiii*ati-'' error *«f information which appeared in our, leadings articleof last week', beaded ;' Bathurst Hospital/' the- assertion that no assistance is obtained from the outer districts, we have since discovered to be in correct, as we have been informed. .UDon unoiics tionaijle authority, that there arc many gentlemen not resident in the district, who regularly contri bute to the Hospital. As such a statement would be a positive act of injustice to those who have been in the habit of subscribing, we take the earliest opportunity of correcting the mistake, and hope that this explanation will be a sufficient apology. Inspection of Weights and Measures.— Tho yearly inspection of weights and measures will take place on. -January first. All parties desirous «f avoiding the; disagreeable consequences of an in fringement of tho Weights and Measures Act, would do well to see to their adjustment before that period. The standard weights and mensnres ar...

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Original Correspondence. To the Editor of THE BATHURST FAEE PRESS [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 22 December 1849

(gj* We do not identify ourselves with the opin ions of our Correspondents. ©t'fjjtnal &avve£))ai?BeiTCe. 7\- the Editor of Tiia BATHimsr Fass Press. SJRj—^r beg leave through ^the' medium of your columns to . lajr^b'e|)|e:the public a case, of extreme haci^shi-ifl^i'nU injustice. Early in . September, last, I wrote to an agent in Sydney to engage for me a violin play.e'r.' I siibseiiuently wrote to him two other. letters, .the, last on the 7lh of October, pn-the^ubject, and not receiving any reply. I concluded: that the person he had written about had- declined to come to my terms, viz,, that .1 would- not ^forward money down to bear his expenses up to Bathurst, conse quently I engaged one here On Tuesday, the 8th of October, the plaintiff in the case I al'ude to, No. 2iJ, Campaign? v. Wilde, made his appearance, and produced as his credentials the three letters Lh'ad written to my correspondent on the subject. I had a trial of the man's abilities, and finding him a very in...

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Country News. CARCOAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 22 December 1849

Country Sfewa. (From our Correspondent./ CARCOAIt. The roads in the neighbourhood of this town, are in a most dangerous state, particu larly for the first three miles towards Bathurst. Several accidents have recently occurred, and it was only yesterday that Mr. North, P. M., and one of his sons, returning in a gig from Bathurst, were upset within a short distance the town. Fortunately no limbs were broken, and the gentlemen es caped with a few bruises, but considerable damage was done to the horse and gig. There is no doubt that, if applied for, the Government would grant a portion of the money, voted for roads, to this moBt important object.

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Foreign Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 22 December 1849

2*orelg-n Sntellig-enoe. Depbat of the Russians. — A bulletin from Dembinski, dated Gyongos, July 24. speaks of a second victory he has obtnined over the Russians, between Godollo,, Szanta, aad Jasberehy, after having attacked them by surprise in' the' night between the 22nd and 23rd ulr. The Kussiaiis did not make a stand ; many officers fled in their shirts ; others were cut down or taken prisoners. Two regiments of Russian cuirassiers were nearly annihilated. The Russians r«l ied arid fought desperately; but about 9 o'clock in the mornirig a 'brilliant cavalry, attack, made at Szanta, decided. the contest. The Russians' left 1,600 dead on the field, and lost 18 cannons besides 2',00b prisoners. All the baggage was captured subsequently in Hatvah arid Gyongos, then 14 cannon, 800 prisoners, besides more killed and wounded. Dembinski expected he should be in Waitzen on the following evening — namely, the 25th ultimo. Cessation op Hostilities in Hungary. — It is rumoured, from infor...

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INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 22 December 1849

INDIA. The following communication from India is published in the Launceston journals : — - 'For well-bred horses, not too large, I think there will always be a good market here; and, for racing purposes, young and well-bred ones will also sell high; for maidens, the feeling (strange enough) ap pears, to be in favour of. the Arabs: as a proof, it is, I am told by no means unusual for a maiden: Arab to sell for 2000, 2500, and 3000 rupees, while a thorough bred maiden Woler, perhaps in every way more likely for the turf will not fetch 2000 with out a great deal of trouble, and sometimes not 1000, which I consider cannot pay. It is said the Arabs here can run the mile in 1 min. 48 sec), but 1 am incredulous ; and I am sure such horses as Bedlamite, Figaro, Paganini, or Vanish would teat them into fits at anything over a mile, and make them a present of a stone weight. We had hoped to have seen your new nag Swordsman here, but I suppose he will be too good a man to part with. His time ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 22 December 1849

Bradford.— The transactions in wool during the week have been; of. a limited character, but the prices sought iti the counr try are such thai the staplers are disinclined to sell at anv material reduction; The de mand continues brisk for all softs of yarns, and the spinners are, generally working to order, but the orders were chiefly taken some time back, and the prices now current are by - no means for the deliveries how making. In pieces. there continues, a good demand for low and middle qualities of Goburgs.dwhieh are taken off as made (being chiefly to or ders taken some time back,) and at prices which, compared with the current rate of yarns, are anything but remunerating. -.Lus- tres, Orleans, and other things suitable for the autumn, are in steady- request, and prices are very firm.— Bradford, Observer,, Angust 22. , ? ?.;?.-; „-,- Rochdalb Flannel Market, August 27.— rThe flannel market has not been. so brisk at this season of the year for many years p'»st. Strong Yorkshire ...

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WELLINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 22 December 1849

-WELLINGT6N. ,. The weather has been unusually cool and favourable so far in the season. ' Shearing operations throughout the district have been completed in good time) and tn'e Wool gen erally got up in fair condition. The rains for the last eight months have fallen at regular intervals, and since spring set' in we have had abundance of grass. for the * stock'.' It is much feared t'lat the grass seed will much injure the young lambs, in some parts of the district- There is very.little land in cultivation throughout the neighbourhood, but those that put in crops have been amply rewarded. Should the remainder of the sum mer prove, favorable, stock holders will be in a position to bring plenty of sheep and cattle into the market. The boiling dowri establishments will be well supplied, and the export of tallow largely increased;

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THE OLD ADMIRAL AND THE OLD GENERAL [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 22 December 1849

the old Admiral and the _qldl ' ?;i...rH:,.;r. . ' -^Mra-lt ^^ ' ' '~ ? A new*' work by Sam Slick hois been -; re-. 'ceivea^iriTthe^cbloriy,'' which is well' worth perusal}1 'emanating as1 it does from a judge of a^cplony/'well acquainted with colonial life : arid in a lively, unobtrusive arid inoffen sive mariner,' laying 'before his readers many of the; peculiafitiesof colonial life. It is en titled;^' The ^Old-!Jud^ scenesj'(htlni6rbus,; instructive, and both. As a fipecimetfj we lay before bur. readers one of the^foriner.5 In subsequent numbers we may 'extract' more ''extensively on graver subjects.1 !i'iTl ;; ???-*' '-';:;- ?? ???'??????- 'The^quict 'inn in which I have been domiciled ever since ray / arrival at Illinoo was yesterday the scene of the greatest dis» order^ndUconfusiori. Shortly_after:. break fast a party of midshipmen, mounted on horseback, dashed into the court yard during a violent thunder storm, with the speed and clatter of a charge of cavalry. The merry crew...

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