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CHAPTER IV. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 20 May 1848

CHAPTER IV. ' Or should the desperado's sudden steel Or- fatal poison now the blood congeal Of them we love,' ? Anon. Some three weeks before the circumstances recorded in our last chapter had occurred, the amiable inmates of Rivulet Hall were making preparations for the reception of Henry Elverton, whose return from the continent was hourly expected. Letters had been received to inform them of his arrival in London, and of his intention to be at home on.the very day two years from his departure. The morning of that day dawned; the family and domestics looked with eager waiting for the growth of the day. Harriet was the first to perceive him as he appeared at the angular point of the road where two years ago she had seen him disappear. 'Oh! mamma he is here,' she joyfully exclaimed, as she snatched her hood to run and meet 'him. In a few moment's she was hanging about his neck and loading him with caresses. A servant quickly ran and took his horse, and he was immediately in his moth...

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Settlers' Wholesale Price Current. SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 20 May 1848

Settlers' Wholesale Price Current! SYDNEY. Wheat. — Purchases have been made of V. D. Land wheat that haTb'een in store for some time ? Colonial, 3s. 6d. ; V. D. Land, 4s. 4d. to 4s. 6d. Flour. — 'Without deviation ; fine, lls. ; seconds, £9, and will remain so, unless wheat rises. Maize.— One cargo sold ; at Is. 7d. ,' but' otlfer samples sold at from Is: 8d^ to Is. 9d; Somemuch weevil-eaten sold at Is. 5d. '.??.- .;?..??.?.- ?./;(; ?. ?? Hay. — Lucerne, from £3 to £4 10s.1. Oaten i has been in demand, but a large importation: of 500' trusses in one ship bas arrived from V; D. Land ;( the price has been £7;r-expected to decline Barley.— Cape and Englis malting barley is saleable ? former, 3s.', arid the other 3s. fld. to 4s. ; English, 521bs. per bushel ; Cape, 481bs. per bushel, weight. . .... , Oats.— Large importations from ,V. D. JDand, wholesale, 5s. ; retail, Gs. ; Colonial, 4s.; retail ing, ;5s. . -.?,,!,- V| ;:,...: .-.;..; ..,.; .'? , ' ' , Buttek.— Frpm,4d. to7d perlb. pe...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 20 May 1848

SOUSES 'iLUSTaAS.SA. Steam Communication. — Most important in telligence upon this truly interesting subject has reached us from the Mauritius, by a very appro priate messenger — the barbue Urgent — which we proceed to communicate in very nearly the' same form as that in which it has come to hand. On tne lotn iviarcn, a letter was presented at a meet ing of the Legislative Council at. the Mauritius, from the Peninsular and Oriental Steam Naviga tion Company, proposing to put on two sailing vessels, provided with steam in case of need, to run between Mauritius and Point do Galle, for the sum of £6000 per annum, already voted for a steam communication by the Council. — Register, April 20. The Princess Royal Mine. — In our last we omitted to notice the half-yearly meeting of the Princess Royal shareholders. Abont eighty-eight tons of ore had been raised during the last six months. Their ore had averaged in England £16 Is. 4d. per ton. The estimated balance on the Company's transactions...

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

TK&VEKkZkG-. The following letter to a person in Eng land is supposed to have been dropped by some late arrival in this neighbourhood. As it gives a fair idea of what travelling1 ia this country is, it may amuse our readers both : here and in England. Bathurst, New. South Wales. ?My Dear Buothkr,— I little thought that .evening when we took tea with Mr. C — that I should ever have written to you from ,the other side of the globe. Yet here I am, and it really seems quite a dream to me now ,1 am here. You remember how miserable = 1 was when Messrs. Leno and Co. failed, and how long I tried to get into something .else without success. That , evening we spent at George's and heard Mrs. C— talk about this, country I was greatly taken with .her, and as I listened to her stories, Icould not help thinking that that was the place for, me. You know all the rest, that, is, up ?to. the time of ray sailing..', , ' . ':; ...- But, Oh ! .Joe! It. was.'nll. fudge about a ,gopd deal she. tol...

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Police Office. MONDAY, MAY 15. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 20 May 1848

Police Office, ? ;? : : ?? t : -.:' : Monday,1 Mat 15. ' : ? ; .;. Before thePoliee Magistrate, and El Park, Esq. Catherine Hawkins pleaded guilty to a charge ?of Drunkenness, and was sentenced to pay a fine of ten shillings, or to- be confined in the cells for twenty-four hours, which- we presume is a fine .treatthis cold weather for the fair sex. -.,;? Wednesday, May. 17. Before the Police Magistrate,, and George Ran - ken, Esq. ? ? . .? . William Pike and - Daniel Rickards presented themselves .ftt, the rColoncl's levee, ami pleaded guilty to warming themselves with a little drop of Jamaica. Their worship's thinking they had more tin to dispose of ordered them to pay: a fine of ten shillingsi'or a night's surjourn at Mr. Chip pendala's Hotel, where they will be provided, with a cold collation. . .... .... . ..,. ''?' . ': Thursday, May. 18. ?' ?' . . Before, the -Police .Magistrate.. ? ?..?.? Henry , Barnes ; ;was brought before the Bench this morning, .haying1 'been, apprehended...

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

ANY proposition for the, circulation find sal?, of this Paper will 'be tha.nicfy.ily received , remem bering that all quarterly subscriptions must be paid iri advance; and also, thai all letters must be post-paid, or they will not be received. rASHIONAELE W2KTTEK. AND OTHBE GOODS. JGO.RDON respectfully: besca to ? intimate to His Friends and the Public of Bathurst and the adjoining' Districts, that he has' just received the larg-cst and most splendid assort ment of Drapery, and other, Goods that he has yet had the pleasure of oflering. to, their notice, the whole of which will be sold as usual, ' decidedly cheap. GOOD RATION SUGAR, per single lb. 2Ad. Per lb.'by the bag .-. ... ... ..'?. ? 2$a. Per. ton. ? ; . . .V ? . ..... £20 10s. TEA and' TOBACCO; equal to any that ever crossed The Blue Mountains. GOD SAVE THE QUEEN ! ! ! HER MAJESTY'S, BIRTH-DAY being- close at hand, ALL LOYA L SUBJECTS are hereby informed, that CHINESE CKiiLCKE2tS * ARE SELLING AT SIMMONS'S STORE AT HALF THE U...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 20 May 1848

mmmmmmr ARRIVALS. u; ; ; Max 10, rr-Christina, brig, 126 tons, Captain ?SaunHers.'froin Port Phillip the 7th instant. 10 .— - Phcebe , , schooner, ; 8Q^tpns , .Capt. Bennett, :fromJPort Phillip the 7th- instant.1' ' 10.— June, steamer, 364 tons, Captain Kirsopp, from- Adelaide ih'e 30th April, Portland Bay the 3rd, Port Phillip the 7th, and iJBoyd Town the 9th . instant.'-'-^ ??-?:'-;«'lu-^'W n.,«-r.v,-.^«- -»»:-:'S-'i;li 12. — Phoenix, steamer, 108 tons, Captain Wise man, fronj the Clarence River the 10th instaftti^ ; . i:J12:^- Wifframs, ship,' ,286 ! tons, Captain -Parfett, ?from Newcastle the 9 th instant.;, ??',!',? h ?; IZ.T-rTamarl steamer, 130 tons, Captain Allen,' from Mpretbn Bay the 10th instarif/ ' l '? ''' ' * '.[ ? W:—Ann Miln, barque, 564 tons, Capt. Thomas,' from Port Phillip the 9tk instant.1 - , 16.— Ralph Bernal, barque, 315 tons, Captain Maclaren, from Auckland the 20th, April, , 16.— Petrel, barque, 195 tons;* , Captain Carder, from Launceston the 13th instant.'...

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

? 'SA.IL'e8''''.''B-'r^'yi@'1g.BC»Nl,- b. Bdir&E Will Sell by Auction, ?,..' On MONDAY NEXT, the 22nd Instant, at Twelve o' Clock, on the Ground, 'Y rl REE ALLOTM ENTrf OF L AN^D, two of which are situated in George-street, near Mr. Declouets; and ONE ALLOTMENT in StewartTStreet, near Mr. WToodgates. ' . Titles— Purchasers from the Crown. Terms— 25 per cent, deposit, and the residue on . completion of the titles. - ALSO, FOUR ALLOTMENTS of 41 feet frontage, earh .in Gipps Town, within fije miles of Sydney, the property of a person residing in Bathurst. This property would form a very genteel resi dence for any person wishing to become in imme diate connexion with the City of Sydney. Title— First-rate. Conditions as above. Further particulars to be had of the Auctioneer previous to the sale. Sale of Furniture. Messrs. TRESS &. A3HS Will Sell, at their Rooms, On WEDNESDAY NEXT, MAY the 24M, at Twelve o 'Clock, ?'?'.'? \ QUANTITY OF SUPERIOR -L*-,- FURNITURE. Consisting...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 27 May 1848

TERMS OF SOBSCniPTION. ' 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. ? ' .-? 'i' ? ' ''' AGENTS. - . ...

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Settlers' "Wholesale Price Current. SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 27 May 1848

Settlers' 'Wholesale Price Current. .-???? SYDNEY. ,._^---1';'' Wheat.— Purchases have Deen made 'of V. D. Land wheat that has been in store for some time ; Colonial, 3s. 6d. ; V. D. Land, 4s. 4d. to 4s. Gd: Flouu.— Without deviation; fine, 11s. ; seconds, £9, and will remain so, unless wheat rises. Maize. — Ordinary samples of old maize, at Is. 8d., to Is. 9d. ; new, Is; 9d. Some old kiln-dried maize is selling for shipment at 2s. Hay.— In the market, oaten hay; prime, is worth from 7s. to 7s. 6d. '. grass hay, 2s. 6d. to 3s. 6d. per cwt. ; Barley. — Gape and English malting barley is saleable j former, 3s., and the other 3s. 6d. to 4s. ; English, 521bs. per bushel ; Cape, 481bs.: per bushel ', weight. : Oats.— Colonial, 4s. per bushel of 401bs., and V. D. Dand, 5s., wholesale. Butter. — Very low in price, from 4d. to 7d. per lb. per keg. Eggs.— From 8d. to 9d. per dozen, wholesale. Cheese. — Realizes from 3£ to 5d. per lb. Fat Pigs. — In good condition, at 2£d. per lb. per carcase...

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POETRY. THE GREEN FOR EVER! I [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 27 May 1848

POSTRT. THE GREEN FOR EVER I ?:?.'? O ! the greeii for ever ! the Irish green ! 'Tis a dress for the brave and the fair ; 'Tis sweet, 'tis lovely, in* shade' or sheen For a maid or a minstrel to wear ; But 'tis not tHe green of a ribbon I prize, , Orrtnescarf on a'minstrel's arm : 'Tisthe green of the oak when, he proudly defies The; rage of the mountain, storm ! : O ! the green for ever ! the Irish green ! Tho'wJrlwinds round it. rave ! :i , . ., The blue for a knight, and, the red for a queen, -' But the green for the strong and the brave ! By -the bubbling welland the streamlet's side, It is mantling fresh and fair/ When the rose and the flower of the thistle have died, , : And the stem of the lilly is bare ; But 'tis not the green by stream or well . -That my spirit would fondly greet : 'Tis the green; of the billows that roar and swell ;O'er the wreck 'of- a plundering'fleet! O ! the green for ever ! the Irish green ! The green of the wrathful wave ! The blue for a knight; and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 27 May 1848

'SAILS® '.B-:Y AU)-©TTDQNI. ' ~TL A N D S A L E, By E. BOYLE. TPHE SEVEN ALLOTMENTS ?*? of LAND, four of which are Sydney pro perty, to have been sold on the 22nd inst. , together with two more allotments in the Township, will be sold on Wednesday next, the 31st instant, at 12 o'clock, on the ground, near Declouet's Inn. Conditions as per former notice. ? CARCOAR. ~ mn. c. spins. Will Sell by Public Auction, at his Next Monthly Sale, which takes place On THURSDAY, JUNE I, at 11 o'Clock, i At Mr. Twaddle's ' Royal Hotel,' A QUANTITY OFHOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Crockery ware, Drapery Goods, and a Large Stock of Wines. Together with a number of Very Superior Horses, Most of them broken to Double & Single Harness. Also, — Some Saddles, Bridles, and Harness, Double and Single. Terms— CASH. Mr. Spink would particularly call the atten tion of parties wanting Good Gig or Carriage Horses, to the above Sale, as such an oppor tunity of getting really Good Cattle is seldom to be met with. lf...

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Impounded [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 27 May 1848

, , Impounded At MUDGEE, on the 10th May, from1 the Estate of- Robert Lowe, Esq.,! Wilbertree;:— One black ,?_? heifer, white on both hips, PR oft' rump,; red: bull calf, unbrahded ; red and- white heifer calf, un btanded ; brindle cow, JV off', rump ; red-sided cow, JB oiF rump, ear marked; on off car; red sided bullock, g; and a cross near ribs, Mover, M near rump and thigh; red. steer, unbranded ; red poley cow, apparently 7£ oft' ribs. If not released the will be sold on the 3rd of June. W; E. ;Samp son, Poundkeeper. 10s. 9d. . ., ???,-.'.

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MARIA MILDRED; OR, THE IRISH ORPHAN. (Continued from Number XVI.) [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 27 May 1848

MARIA MILDRED ; or, THE IRISH ORPHAN. BY A RESIDENT OF THE BUSH. C Continued from Number XVJ.J Meantime the infatuated Dowd still thought he was pacing his room, and that he had an accomplice who suggested the perfection of his scheme thus :? — 'You have risked much— all — for the accomplishment oft this business— no, not all— you have not risked your life — risk that and it is finished —stop without that and you will be ruined.' Dowd was about to reply when a noise dis turbed him, and he opened his eyes. The day iwas breaking. A knock at his door roused him. 'Monsieur Dowd, there is a man in dress of a sailor wish to speak with you,'J'said a voice from without. ivDowd jhad. for. years accustomed him *_ self to watch and understand everything that transpired about his house ; he there forefore required that the stranger should be shown into his private room. Taking a wash and composing his dress a little he * stepped into meet him. The stranger rose. '? How do yof|do, Mr. Dowd ? ' T...

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THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, MAY 27, 1848. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 27 May 1848

THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. SATURDAY,; MAY 27, 1S48. It has been suggested to us that in the event of the Home. Government sending out her prison population to- this colony, it might be -worthy of consideration; to enquire whether some modification, of the Spanish Mesta might not be advantageously adopted in several parts of the colony. The following account we submit to our ' .readers :— .--.?'? ' The institution of the Mesta, Laborde has explained with the greatest correctness to mean, in its , general occupation, a mix ture of jtvvo or more sorts of grain, equiva to the English word maslin, and by exten sion, the uniting of numerous flocks belong ing to different proprietors into one collec tive body, which does not remain stationary in any particular district, but migrates with the seasons to several parts of the kingdom. 'By thesemeans the sheep enjoy some thing like the freedom of the wild state, together with that constant change in their food and air, which, when not too violent,...

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Original Correspondence. To the Editor of THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. Bathurst, May 24, 1848. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 27 May 1848

(fBtrtfitnat Ctrccc^pffifHcnce. To the Editor of The Bathurst Advocate. '??' - :????: : Bathurst, May 24, 1848. Sir,— -I' have seen lately severaV letters in your Journal complaining of the constabulary; of Bathurst, evidently'emanating from the same source, and was very glad to perceive in your last number that you objected to publish any thing^more on the same side, and advised An Observer to take his observations in another course* This was well, for surely a person who is in the; habit of collecting news need not confine himself to the one subject, and even if he cannot find any thing, else to write about, your readers are satisfied that- even of a good tiling, ' enough is as good as a feast.' But, Sir, if the. matter be one of so much public importance, and 'An Observer,' can substantiate, his insinuations and charges, why does he not prefer a complaint before the magistrates, they appear ready enough to redress grievances, and I think would not only listen to the complaint, bu...

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Police Office. SATURDAY, MAY 20. Before C. H. GREEN, ESQ., J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 27 May 1848

Police Office. ?'.?'.??? Saturday, May '20. Before C.H. Green, Eso:, J.P. Mary Ann Richards, commonly known as The Hand some Landlady, ^ was charged with UruiiKeniiccse, ana o^nivn^u t« v'}' lo-'- *-?' twenty- four hours in the cells. i ' Monday, May 22. -..-.' Before the Police Magistrate, and George Ranken, Esq., J.P. Joseph Maulton and Owen Shannon we:e fined 10s. each, for being drunk in the streets. ; . : Charles Bull was charged with having used obscene language and discharged. Tuesday, May 23. : ? Before the Police Magistrate. John Hagerty (a seedy-looking character) was charged with drunkenness nnd fined 20s. John looked rather angrily at the magistrate, but as he did not relish a place' of retirement, he very reluctantly paid the fine and made a bow. . . William Clare, for the same offence, was sentenced topay 10s., or twenty-four hours in the cells. Wednesday, May 21. Before the Police Magistrate. ; William 'Mt William Was brought before the bench on a charge of disorderly...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 27 May 1848

''To Builders and OtheksIt— TeWders will be received at the Colonial' Secretary's1 Office; Syd ney, until twelve o'clock of Monday, tlie 19tlr of June next, from iper sons rvyillingj to ; contract for .the erection of a, court and watchhduse at Wellington. Parties tendering! or their agents, are requested to attend at the time appointed to afford any informa tion or explanation that may be required. Tenders to be endorsed, 'Tender- for Court and Watch house, Wellington.' I;:-.; , ? :.,..?.? .;?-; Provisions for the Colonial Service.. —Notice is hereby given, thattenders, to be en-' dorsed, ' Tender for Provisions, &c. ,' will :be re ceived at the Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, until twelve o'clock of Monday, the 3rd of July next, for furnishing the. district of . Bathurst with provisions, &c, from the 1st of August to the .31st, of December, 1848. „,' . ;: ,. _ \ Price oi? Sheep.— A flocii of 770 sheep, lately brought to' the liamnier inthoPort* Phillip' distri...

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Two Attorneys brought to Judg- ment. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 27 May 1848

Two Attorneys brought to Judge ment. The Court of Queen's Bench, within the last fort night, has performed the painful duty of striking a couple of attorneys off' the. rolls. What may be highly disagreeable to Lord Denham may, never theless, be viewed with considerable satisfaction by the public. A delinquent lawyer is so much worse than' most other, delinquents, on account of the important trusts, confided in him, that the sooner he is visited with punishment, the more quickly will his career of mischief be ended. Subornation of perjury was ; the soft impeachment charged against the offender iu the first instance, and though the circumstances were not unprecedentedly hein ous, they were so clearly proved as to leave the court in no doubt' as to the propriety of the course adopted. The legal suborner, whose name was Macey, imagined, it appears, that the recollection of a certain . witness might be advantageously stimulated in reference to a trial about to take place at Lewis, With t...

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COURT OF REQUESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 27 May 1848

COURT OF HEQUSSTS. Monday last was the day appointed for holding the Court of Requests, which is held every six weeks.- There were four cases on the list which adjourned from the last court, and fifty-nine new ones. The Bench was occupied by J. B. Rickards, Esq., J. P. ; J. Sutherland, Esq., J. P. ; and W. Lane, Esq., J. P. The Attorneys were employed in several of the cases, and as a consequence the court could not proceed so speedily as usual. About five o'clock, p.m. ,'after having- decided 29 of the new cases the court was adjourned until the next day. On Tuesday, after waiting about three hours for Magistrates, Colonel Morrisett. P.M*, had to take the Bench alone, and where the plaintiff and defendant in the cases were both agreeable to leave the matter!ih dispute to :thVdecisioii! of one Magis trate, 'the business was pro'cee'ded : with, but there werersgyeral cases, postponed inconsequence of ^he,r non-appearance of.,any,.other.J. P. , ;. ...,.?,.„.', \ In one of the* iggses'...

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