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Sydney Markets. FROM BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. LATEST. PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 22 December 1849

Sydney markets. raorf ins l^'b* '£&'#.' 1 2*' si^oUkt. LATEST.PRICES. Hayioatcn, from' ££!-«'. to-XS; lu'ee'frfe Semite' per. ton. Maize, 4a. 6d. to 5s. per bushel' Oats, 3s. to 3s; 6tlf per b'ushel' 'Wheat, Colonial, is. ; imported,* 4a. to 4s. id. Flour, fine, -.ifilO'lOs: ; /seiiba'ds;* jE9''lOi»V'a taiti6h»i £8 per ton. Bran, Is; Id; per bushel; Butter, fresh', lO'd. 'tb Is. ; til^ - di&5; !6(d ^p^fe pound Cheese, 3d. to 4d. wholesale s and 1b. retail, pt* : pound Lard, 6d. per pound ? ? . Beef, carcass, Id. ; retail, ,2d. to; 2j'd.spe'r, ..' pqua J salt, ditto, 3d. per pound Mutton, carcass, l£d. .; retail, 2^-I. per pound ° Pork, 5d. ; salt, ditto, fld. per pound Veal, 5d. per pound Potatoes, imported., £7 per ton- 1 Colonial ', ditto £5 IGs. per ton Eggs, 7d. to 8d. per dozen Sugar, £14 to £20 per ton Soap, 22s, to 2fo. per cwt Wool, washed, 15d. to 16tl. per pound.; greaso, 8d. to lOd. per pound. Tallow, £25 to £28 per ton. Tobacco, imported, 3a. 3d. per poun...

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PUBLIC APATHY VERSUS PUBLIC ROADS [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 22 December 1849

^^mSnKBAJTB^ VERSUS PUBLIC . bio -o^ io« a;ROADS. ?????? ?? ' ; -' fl^'true^'jiow f6rci6ie, how very appropri at.et'o our own. peculiar position, is the old adage which saitii, ' That which is ever'v-' bodf^'bii^n^s is nobody'^ business.' We have lived among many communities, large and small, but must candidly 'confess* we never experienced a feeling so generally par tieibrttfcd iii~a fueling1, So closely aliecl to th£t great' stumbling block of pounds, shil lings, and /pence people, called apathy, in pur part of the world; It is unfortunately the cage, that all matters of k public nature are made to give' plkde to private feeling and pYiVate prejudices ; and if now and then an individual possessing a moderate share of public spirit, endeavours to stir up the bile in the bosom of the Bathurst ' obstruction ists;'' he is. immediately put down by the cold j water re mar k that he hud better ' mind his, own business;' We have witnessed this with soniie degree of sorrow, for we know tha...

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Settler's Wholesale Price Current BATHURST. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 22 December 1849

Settler's Wholesale Prlos Carxejafc BA.THCRST. Wheat from 23* 6tl. to 2s. 10d; per bushel Barley, 3s. ditto Miiize, from 3s. to 3s. Gel. per bushel Fine Flour, £9 pet ton Seconds; £8 Rations, £7 Bran; 2s. 6d. per cwt. : Butter, 8d; per pound Che'esp, 2d. to 2£-1. per pound Bacon, from 4d. to 4^d.' per pound Eggs, from 6d. to 8di per dozen Potatoes, £G per ton Hay, £2 to £2 103. per ton Sheep Skins, 2J to 3£d; per pouW'

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

miscellaneous Extracts. Madame Catalini. — Among all the vic tims which the implacable epidemic has car-: ried off, none is more regretted than poor Catalini, whose arrival in Paris a short time ago was hailed with so much pleasure. The career of this extraordinary, .woman is per haps unique in the annals of music. Much of her success was no doubt owing to the novelty of her talent, and to the wondrous facility of her 'vocalisation, ?which was then entirely newto the'world, but most of all to the extraordinary 'times in, which, she lived, ?arid to the opportunities afforded her of dis playing her powers before the numerous as semblages of crowned heads then gathered together both in Paris and London.. She had been destined by her father* a jeweller in the town of Sinigaglia, in the Roman States, for a life of Monastic seclusion, and had accepted the destiny without regret, when the fame of her extraordinary powers of song, as displayed behind the veil and grating of her convent of G...

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

To Stand tbis Season, AT GORMAN'S HILL, NBAa BATHURST. j fFHE THOROUGH BRED STALLION A Escape, Bred by the late Mr. Charles Smithy gptb^Emi* #ranfa outo^^rry'j^airj^b^ete^Fijjjji, out :pfa^rina;;by/'Smolen8ko ;:ant^-jf Holty^Toity ; ^;!ge^Pimi^ by Old ?Whaleb--e;|_Emigjltn;t was c*'got by Pioneer, out of Ringtail, 'own sister to Deceiver, by Buzzard ; Pioneer was got by ..?Whiskey.— ' ?- ??'..? ?-???-. : urri::zr^^^=^iA-V^S5i Escape is a rich bay, stands sixteen hands high. - Terms ? £1 10s. each Mare, , Groomage 2s. 6d. . . ;.~Good ' Paddocks-found -gratisj^until jtoe:jtet^of 'January, '.1850 ;' b'ut' ho responsibility incurred, After the lstof. January,1 all mares?will be charged at the rate of 2s..4d..per,rweek.-irv. Payments tq be. 'made to Mr. .John Dargin, be ffor'e the 'removal of the mares,' or by, the 1st of January, 1850; ; v!''i:v;' * ? . £500 Steward. , TTi has been currently -reported that - an extensive JL ;JGold Field has been lately discovered in. the vicinity of Car...

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THE-UNIVERSAL SMASHER. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 22 December 1849

;rTH^«UNIV.ERSAWsMASIiER.-» ', Smash ' is a word peculiarly; theproperty of the 'Fast Man.' ., We believe it means to break, demolish, crush, annihilate. ;Like repudiation; it is of American originy-i-for we recollect there as the elegant Yankee term ' eternal smash.' -A .f*. smasher/ 'con sequently, is ,one-, who; -smashes— and the Universal Smasher ? is a young-tgentlemari whose particular vocation and* amusement i.s:to smash everything and everybody, i v We remember -meeting 'with' one, after the first night of a new comedy, at a popular cafd, where the clever young wits of ;- the day mostly congregate to lay down the law for England upon fashion; literature, cigars,1 royalty/ casinos, metaphysics! ballet- girls'/ and morality: - ?'?' ?__' ;;;; ;; ;' ?' --? He attracted our notice first by speaking very loudly,' and calling out in a voice as voluminous as the late Mr. Toole's, 'Waiter, another bottle of ginger beer;!' It was not so much the order, as the :martial tone iii which i...

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Latest from England. WOOL SALES. PRICES CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 22 December 1849

Latest irom. Sing-land. W'rdL SALES. »RICEB CURRENT. Australian. — Superior clothing; 1b 9d to 2s 3d.; fair and good difto, Is 4d to Is 8d ; inferior and burry or seedy ditto, li to Is 3d; scoured and burry, Is 6d to 2s;- handwaBhed ditto, Is Id to Is 4d ; some bales very superior of the three former, 2s,2d to 2s 7$d; lfcrabs; Is' 2d to Is: 9fl ; locks and pieces, 8d-to Is 3d ; in grease, 7d to lid; Bkin, Is to Is 4d. Tasmanian; — Scoured clothing, Is to Is 7d ; superior clothing and combing, Is 4d to Is 6Jd; fair and good ditto, Is 2d to Is 3d ; inferior ditto Is to is Id ; good lambs, Is 6d to Is 9Jd ; fair ditto, Is 2d to Is 6d ; locks and pieces, 9d to 1 s Id ; in grease 7d to lOd ; good ekin la to Is2£d; inferior ditto, 9 Jr to lid. Port PaiiitiiPVr— Sup'erior combing and eld thing, Is 8d ' to 2s'; good' ditto, 1 s 5d to ifeVii ? fair ditto, 1b 3d to Is 4d ; inferior »ad ill-conditioned ditto, Is Id to Is 2d; scoured, la 3d to 2s; superior lambs, Is 8cl to2swldV good and fair d...

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THE BATHURST FREE PRESS. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 22, 1849. MINING [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 22 December 1849

TgE. JBATHURST E3LEE PRESS. ^SATURDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1849. ?MINING. ? Nothing 'nffords us more sincere pleasure than to hear good news from the mines. The ?enthusiasm and extravagant expectations in spired, by the discovery of the Burm Burra Copper Mines, and the sudden influx of wealth? occasioned thereby, have been rnther injurious than otherwise to mining interests , generally. Every man who whs lucky .^enough to find a few indications of Copper ?upon hisiand, jumped at the conclusion 'that ? .he was, possessed of. vast stores of wealth, if ,,, 'he. could only get at it. This last simple /and very necessary operation was set about r in good earnest. The blacksmith was imrae diately put in requisition. Picks, crowbars, 'jumpers, &c, were forged in great haste. ,,; The. stores were ransacked for spades, shov els, blasting powder, and everything else that might or 'might not be necessary. Men who knew nothing of mining were drafted from 'their ordinary, but somewhat unprofita...

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THE QUEEN'S SPEECH [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 22 December 1849

T^^^jfes^sj^^yfe '^^m^'Weefclv'Diipatch.J^ If itnbei!the, custpnStoi1 opehJ every |Sessidn with1ia' sort of 'intehtibrial ' slip-Blo'pV a colle'c tion'3dffc|eifte'nceB 'rarely1 meaning1 more' than tliatv'tlie''day3i'are: Softer in'DecemberHKah in June^itf may beV plea'ded)rtha.t'it3is necesV 8ary^ffovshbw^'hpw;;far- every 'brie must be ?agr&'dir'ahd 'so' to ?narrow the future; 'ground' -of 'd'ebat!e';'''SpdbnerJand Disraeli^might else1 maintfiinif in^tHe 'middle'6f: the-Session; that *the 2 1st1 ?December -is the longest fray, and call ?upbri'Peer and Odbden tqiprovethe !con- trary'i ¥But* we 'cannot disco'ver - the- use of finishing' the^' Parliamentary ' sitting; with an antiVpliaVaxiV There is something derogatory to the Queen's dignity, when we are obliged to describe it by ^a false, reading of Romeo ana* 'Juliet—' She' speaks ; arid yet she says Inbth^ng^^'^Th'e^ are perpetual ^flisappointments i ;' ;every one looks to discover some fact '-known only to the Cabinet, and...

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

TO ADVERTISERS. ' 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. ' ,J$o communications will be pub lished in this Journal, unless ac companied by the name of the Correspondent. B&THURST raBB PRESS GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE, POSTERS, Hand Bills, Circulars, Cards, Bill Heads, Labels, Law and Mercantile Forms, -AS ALSO, EVERY DESCRIPTION OF JOB PRINTING Executed with neatness, accuracy and despatch, and on Reasonable Terms. To be Sold at this Office, FORMS OF ' rpENDERS'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 .Vacated or Forfeited Run of Lands, Intermediate , or Unsettled Dist...

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

I^I&A^L^TO.,MftB^BD|W tiye,r gooll -naf are'd77wor th7y^e'ffia1evyflio~not~ long ; ago UveU Hhree^ days' fjourne^Ivfriixri Schiehalipn, was- married when not very old to a young man, whoVjat : Jfiat time, was of sober, steady, and .industrious^ ^bjts'01-ft»tR she had not enjoyed many' years'\of. &e ma trimomal life when her beloyecr spouse, ,al-,t tered his mode of Jiving, ,'and 'foun'd Jmpfl n] pleasure in passing ^ his Jeisii/e1, ''jiours''). in°V Drawling over a gbod'giass of Fenn'tos'nvthan*-ft in the company of his worthy wife,, who was^ always; busy at; soinething. useful.; '.''^ jOrice' , upon a time he and a neiglibbur of^bmewhat^-, similar ha biis,. -being .'rather' unusually ^ibng^lj absent; ; their r'^ search, and had riogre'at difficulty|in't'racing£^. them td I he^ ^old place of [ resort', '.??'the-;^. Viljag'e'.^ Alehouse.' , This worthy mistress,*,'on;p'h'e^r--''-'°; ing that they were alonV, aske^'the-iandla]dy^?( to point themout the Toq'm !'in ; Whi...

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Select Poetry. BETTER THAN BEAUTY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 22 December 1849

Select Poetry. BETTBB THA.N BEAUTY. l ? My.Iovo is not a boauty To other eyes than mino ; Jler-purljS at? not the fairest, - i Her tsyes:are not' divine ; J .. £oFyeTlTke'rbsebudf parteJf ' ?? rfp8r;«ss.af;(-j-»-*B!ff'J».;....-..\ ??? -?? ? ? But thuugh shs'B not a boatity, . She's dear as one to mo. Hot nock is f ar Mm swan-liU% H«r.bpsom,un]4koBtio'jr; .' Nor Wal'ks she like a deity This breathing world belo\£: , Tet there's' a light of happiness Within, vjhlch all may sea/ And though Bho's not a beauty, She's dear as one to mo ^ would not give' thokiftdneBS, The grace that dwells in her, For all that Cupid's blindness : In others' might' prefer! I would not change lier sweetness For pearls of any sou, ; For bettor far than boauty Is one- kind heart to.mo.

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

:^' vHorse,'- Dealing* ; and Breaking1 In _ '-?'.' : .i \ ' '' Establishment. 1 '-'JT OH'N GOODE begs to return his sincere [ 'W' 'thanks to those who have been. kind enough -?'?' ^to'} patronize him, and to inform the public that he -- i-'has to let1 out a private Pair Horse Carriage. Gigs, and Saddle Horses to let on the shortest notice, and - ,;i very reasonable terms. N.B.— Horses broken in to saddle and harness as usual. ' 'r Bathurst December 21th, 1819. - Wool Pack Snn, S&elso. ROBERT GRAY begs. to inform the inhabitants of Bathurst, Kelso, and the surrounding district, that he has vented the premises lately oc cupied by Mr. B. P. Hughes, and purposes carry ing on the business of Licensed Victualler. He wishes to state that he has on hand a choice assort ment of Wines, Spiti'.s, Cordials, &c, &c, and can furnish ample accommodation to those Bnshmen, who may favour him -with their patronage. Kelso, Dec. 22nd, 1819. In the Supreme Court of ) v New South ...

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

-'Beath rhbJflNTEMPERANCB'.— An,inquest was (held^on theromainsrof Mfs'SEarleY^TMr. Wilde's the 'Golden Meeco^'rojv Monday last, before Cap tain Sutherland'. ' 'A post, mortem, examination conducted by Dr. Machattie, fesuHedjin discover ing tho causo of death to; be anVeffusionTof blood on tho brain, caused by intemperance.,. Verdict ? died from intemperance. ?;, .:,. -//r ?','./ Inquest.— On Friday, Dec. 7th,'. an inquest wa3 held before Captain Sutherland, on. the body of Henry Diamond, formerly in - theemployment of Mr. T. Sullivan of King's Plains, as, a shepherd It appears deceased, who. was 'about' SO,'! years of age, had been sick for some time pre'vious to his death,, and was being : conveyed to the Bathurst Hospital, in a cart by Mr. Doyle, publican, of King's Plains. Mr. Doyle had.some. conversation with him at Evan's Plains, ?whim) 'lid- lay down in the cart and oovered his face with his hat. Upon arriving at Mr. Mulvey's, of the ' Donnybrook Fair,' Mr. Doyle alighted to ...

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

Saocal Intelligence. Declaring a Publican's License Void. — Yes- terday the license granted to James Cronan of the ' Fitz.oylnn,' was doclared absolutely void, upon the complaint of the Chief Constable, under the provisions of the 39th clause of the new Licensing Act. The defendant having abandoned the occu pation of his licensed house. It appeared, in evi dence, that Cronan had suddenly and mysteriously disappeared from Bathurst, and in the hurry of his departure had forgotten to visit certain enquiring friends, who had incautiously allowed him to get too heavy in their ' good graces,' which was con-, sidered very di3gracufnl oa hispait,

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Sydney and Country News. MULTUM IN PARVO. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 22 December 1849

Sydney and Country Hews. MULTUM IN PARVO. A. Public Meeting; has been. held- at More-; ton Bay, at which it was unanimously de-- ternnhedto have nbiriore transported con victs on any terms. — This year's clip at Moreton. Bay is well got up, and pouring rapidly into Brisbane. — A flour mill is about, to be erected at Binda, Goulburn district, by Mr. Byrnes, and another at Gunning.— Mr. Richard Jones, of Bolwarra, Moreton Bay, has been paying considerable attention to the cultivation of tropical produce ; and be sides sugar canes, which are highly flourish ing, he had grown excellent cotton and in digo, the latter article being as cheaply and ensily raised as a crop of common barley. — Mr. Keddin, of East Maitland, has submitted to the District Council a plan of cheap ' wooden chain bridges' for the colony. — Mr. Hall, on the Belonne river, has lost about 3,000 sheep by the blacks in that quarter — A severe storm waB experienced on the M'Intyre precisely at the same time as the recent...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 29 December 1849

He wodld'nt ' Cheese ' it.— A man 'named Timothy Lees was brought up by Chief Constable Davis, on Wednesday, Dec. 19th, charged with being drunk the night previous. Ho appears to lravc been on his way to Sydney- with n load of cheese, of which he was part proprietor. Upon his .arrival at Bat hurst he thought proper to get drunk, and in consequence, capsized his dray in the Creek, .near. the Factory fall; Leaving it there in charge of an individual, named George Brown, a, stranger whom ho had accidentally met on the road, ho re turfted to the town, for thopurpose, as- appears, of enjoying himself, whon .he was discovered in a state of beastly intoxication, and taken to Fiunerty's general receiving hou.se Brown, the person left in charge of the dray and property, followed the ex ample of tho owner, and the property was therefore 'committed to the care of the community at largo, some of whose less scrupulous members would, no doubt, have improved the opportunity for their own personal ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 29 December 1849

- ? - 4, A New-Married Coup(le, S^iOTiiEREn. — The week 'before last;' a soldier iti Belfast, named PatrickBreen, was married to Sarah Smith, a servant girl. In the' evening the newly-married couple went out to take a walk, and, a' shower coming -on, they took shelter under an overhanging bank. Whilst there, several tons of sand fell upon them, and crushed them to death. When the sand was cleared away the ill-fated couple were closely locked together, the young wife sitting on-, her husband's knee, with her arm round his neck, while his arm en circled his waist. In orde.r to protect him self from rain, thecloak, turned outside in, was closely wrappsd round both ; and ' it is supposed that the 'girl would baye forced her way through the sand,., had .she, uot btcome entangled with it. — Liverpool'Albian, July 2. ' ' - * Obedience in the Hussivn Auhy.v- -The following anecdote is strikingly illustrative of the esprit de corps prevalent in. Russia : — The remark was made to a Cossack of...

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HISTORY OF GENERAL BEM. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 29 December 1849

HISTORY OF GENERAL BEM. Of a noble Gallicianfamily,he first saw ser vice at alieutenant under Davoust and Mac onald, in the French expeditionagainst Rus sia, On the re-organisation of; the Polish army, his military talents secured him a mili tary professorship; but hisindependent spirit, and his bold utterance of free opinions, subjected him to long imprisonment,: and even torture. .In the Polish; revolution his great skill as an artillery officer gained him the command of that branch of : the service. Up to a recent period he has lived in retirement, in France and- England-, devoted to scientific pursuits. He was on his return to his native .land, when the command of. the National Gruard of Vienna was conferred\qn him, which he held with honour up to the surrender of the 'city; ? A price being set upon his head, he escaped to Pesth ; and Kossuth and the War Com mittee gladly. availed themselves of, his military genius, so amply displayed in the fields- of .-Transylvania. „ -Bern's ...

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Foreign Intelligence. HAYNAU. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 29 December 1849

Foreign' Intelligence. ? ' HAYNAU. ; In his farewell address to the. Inhabitants of Buda and Pesth, he says :— '' Jf y°u heed not my warnings — if even, a part of you should 'venture with audacious insolence to transgress my orders/then annihilation will be 'your lot. ' Then, making all pay for one, and one for all, will I regard your lives and properties a9 forfeited, in atonement for your crimes. Your fair city, inhabitants of Pesth, which is now partially touched with the traces of just punishment, will then be reduced to a heap of ashes, a monument' of your treason, and of its castigation. Believe rti'e that'I am a man of my word, whether to* 'punish transgression or to reward merit.' At' Pesth, on the 4th ult. the same day on which 'Haynau's first proclamation appeared, two Hungarians, a major and Honved, ac cused of ? acting as spies, were shot in the nhnrt 'nf tlie! Mn'seum. Trials bv court martial continue to be the order of the day, and new victims, in the persons of clergy...

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