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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 27 May 1848
ANY proposition for-the circulation and sale of this Paper will be thankfully received,remem~ bering that all quarterly subscriptions must be paid iii advance ; and also, that -all letters must be'post-paid, or they will not be received. FASHIONABLE 'WINTER, ABTD OTK2S2& GrOODS. JGO R D O N respectfully begs to ? intimate to his Friends and the Public of Bathurst arid the adjoining Districts, that he has just received the largest and most ', splendid assort ment of Drapery and other Goods that he has yet had tiie pleasure of offering.*', .their, notice, the.. whole \f whjch^will be sold^ as^sual, decidedly, cheap.rN *u'^'2*-;, ,? ;i-*s'- -?--!ii -^- -??.-??- ? ?? - - ._ GOOD RATION SUGAR, per single lb. 2£d. Per 1b*. by the bag ...... .-. ... .... ... .. 2fd. Per ton... ? ? ...£20 10s. TEA and TOBACCO, equal to any that ever , crossed The Blue Mountains. '.'./.. house BsnikiaNG, .. ; '.' T ASIXIXSSR V and TR. ASMSETCS-. JAM ES KELLY (formerly Farrier and ? Rider in the Honpr...
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 27 May 1848
' SfcftCj&jif its 3EntelHff«itce- * ARRIVALS. MA.*z-Vl.— Murc7iioness of Douglas, barque, 579 tons, Capt. Henderson, from Auckland 27th ult. 17.- — Arabian, ?haxqae, 286 -tons f Capt. -Jaeobsj from the whaling grounds. 18.— -Secret^ schooner, 38 tons, Capt. Higgins, from Moreton Bay the 11th instant. 18.— ?William Hill, brig, , 1 19:tons, CapkBrown ing, from Mauritius 24th February, and Adelaide the 5 th instant. 19. — Julia, brig, 110 tons, 'Downes, master, from Hobart Town, the ] llh instant. ID*— Isabella, schooner; 99 tons, Bowden, from Adelaide,: 19. — Martha and Elizabeth, schooner, 81 tons, Irvine, master, from Circular Head. 19. — Victoria, barque, 358 tons, Linnington, master, from Manila the 1st March. '20. — Dauntless, brig, 219 tons, Paterson, master, from Adelaide. 20. — Wanderer, schooner, 131 tons, Crosten, from Port Phillip. 21. — Princess Royal, barque, 250 tons, Sinclair, master, from Hongkong. , May 21*— Columbine, schooner, 68 tons, Jack son, from Moreton...
THE SLAVE TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 27 May 1848
THE SL£.VE TSLA.&SL. Ttk Penelope steam frigate, Captain Giffard, bearing the broad pendant of Commodore Sir Charles Hotham, K.G.B., Commander in Chief on the west coast of Africa, was to leave St. Helena on or about the 9th ultimo, after watering; for Ascension, having made a tou«* of five months to the various stations under his command.' On her pas sage from Kabenda to St. Helena, under steam, about twelve o'clock (noon) on Sunday, the 13th October, when about to take her floats off and make sail, the man at the mast-head reported a 'sail.' At 12h. 30m. the Penelope steamed head to wind, the chase being on a wind, the steamer altered course, and made all plain sail until two p.m., when the strange sail could be seen from the deck. She was a brig, close hauled, with royals set ; she looked so well that every one thought she must be a man of-war. At three p.m. she was seen plainly; a very large boom mainsail, lafge'jib, and enormous flying jib set. She appeared try ing to g...
THE FAMILY VISITER. III [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 27 May 1848
THE FAMILY VISXTEH. . - - ..:.?.?.-??.? NO.- III. - .?? -?.' ? / . . -? : ' But happy; they .'the happiest of. their kind! Whom gentler stars unite, and in one fate Their hearts ,their fortunes, and their beings blend, 'Tis not the coarser tie of human laws, iUnna'turaliioft, and foreign to the mind, That. binds their peace Tj' out' harmony itself, ''''-1ZL Attuning all their passions into love ; Where friendship full exerts her softest power, Perfect esteem, enliven'd by desire Ineffable, and sympathy of soul ; [will, Thought meeting thought, and will preventing With boundless confidence ; for nought but love, Can answer love, and render bliss secure.' To be born and to die are two events of our being to which mankind have attached great importance. Lord Bacon says, that one is as natural as the other. In the interval, between these periods, another event takes place, which seems to connect the extremes of life. That event is marriage ; to the consideration of which we shall devote...
NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 27 May 1848
NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; ' A Bush Tale, on Love,' signed A Scrutinizer, cannot be inserted, although payment has been offered. We pledged ourselves, at the com- mencement of this Journal to avoid personali- ties, and to that pledge we mean to stand by. Bribery has no influence over us. We do not agree with the principle of turning any of Her &nbsp; Majesty's subjects into ridicule. A good cor- respondent will always be attended to.
BLACKMAN'S WAMP. POLICE OFFICE. MONDAY, MAY 22. Before J. A. Templar, Esq., and A. Keylor, Esq., J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 27 May 1848
SIACKMAN'S WAMP. ? ?.POLICE OFFICE.,' :\ ^ Monday, May 22. ' ' Before J. A. Templar, Esq., and A. Keylor, Esq., J..P.- ? -. ? ,.., -: f,'..: .. - ....:'. ?;?.;. . ... ueorge bampson and James Daley appeared to answer the charge' of larceny. It appeared that' Safnpson had.stolen from a hut three blankets and sundry? articles of wearing apparel of the value of £2, which he had either sold to, or pawned with Daley. Sampson was committed to take his trial at the next Quarter Sessions, and Daley admitted to bail, himself in the sum of £40, and two sure ties in £20 each. .:? ; ;?.-. . .; ? ?; Daniel Wilson, was charged with the abduction of one Elizabeth Cowen, a. girl fourteen years of age, he having persuaded her to leave her home and go along with him. Constable Moran, after several days search, without the least clew to.their whereabouts, they having avoided all public places, got on the right scent and came up with, them near the Bogan , and turned them to the right-about. The girl h...
THE BLESSINGS OF CHLOROFORM. AIR—"Run Neighbours, Run, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 3 June 1848
THE BLESSINGS OF CHLOROFORM. Am — ' Run .Neighbours , Run, Src. ???.' Oli ! what a host, what an Infinite variety,' Rapt imagination, m her transports warm, Picture of blessings conferr'd upon society By -the new discovery of Chloroform ! .Applications, . amputations, denudations, perfora tions .. ?::?? -????? Utterly', divested of till disagreeable sensations; Like your coat tail in a crowd — some clever cut purse stealing it — Anns and legs are now whipp'd off without our ever feeling.it. . Take but a sniff at this essence ancestlietical, Dropp'd on a handkerchief or a bit of sponge, . And on your eyelids 'twill clap a seal hermo tical, . And your senses in a trance that instant , plunge. Then you may be pinch'd and punctur'd, bump'd and thump'd, and whack1 d about, Scotcli'd, and scored, and lascerated, cauterised, and hack'd about ; And though tender as a chick — a Sybarite for queasiness — .;'.??? Flay'd alive, unconscious of a feeling of uneasi ness. ' '? * ?????, Cel'sus will...
THE MUSES. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 3 June 1848
: THE MUSES; 'The daughters of Jove and Mnemosyne were, Nine beautiful Muses, young gifted'a'n'd 'fair. First Calliope — she, in heroic grand verse The 'deeds Of therdemi-gods. lov'd 'to rehearse-; While Clio, more sober, on History's page, Ne'er fail'd to' record mortal act, name, or age. Urania, the thoughtful, with eyes fix'd on heaven, Astronomy studied from morning till even. Thalia in Comedy filaug]\ed ''at Melpomene, ? Shrieking and fainting and dying in Tragedy ; While. Erato sounding her amorous .lyre, Sung sweetlythe song^Lbue alone may inspire, Polly hy mrii'a recited, Terpsechore danc'd, ?Till all by Enterpe's soft flute were entranc'd. ,. , Bathurst. . -? *: M. -I. Si ' \
No title [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 3 June 1848
Thb Weathee. — From Saturday, morn ing till. Wednesday norning we had a continuation of rain. The whole of Wednesday was like an English March day, with a severe south-west wirxl and very cold. Thursday severely cold and tie sun shining, :but still threatening for rain. The last few days' rain lies done good throughout tfce district in agricultural pursuits; as the plough wap waiting for a suitable change. The only ill effects we felt were, (which vas sei ious) the raift had rose our river to such an height that teams could not immediately cross. .Friday morning was very temperate, and turnedfout fine during the day. We have had snow on the mountains thi3 week. '. j!S#bBit's':RbBBEUv'.7^i0n Tbursday^mdrn-' i»g, Mr. Jones; storekeeper, in Howick-strcet, was disturbed while in his bed, and upon looking out of the/window, he perceived a light in his store, which is ft.8lab building, situate in the front , of the street find some' distance from his dwelling house, he im mediately roused...
A RIGINAL POATHEY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 3 June 1848
A KIGINAL POATHEY. Ye gintle muses, my sihse confuses ' : Lind me your aid while I tell my rime I mane to prase my imployers wais - For openin of his copper mine. There is gintery resore tin.wid coaches sporting The days roll on we cant recall the time We take a walk to Mr Clements To have a. look at is copper mine. The steemers fly s throo the ocean The saylors drinks the captains liealth with wine But We will. steer to Camils lliver And have a Ball at the copper mine. There is your murmrin rills and your barren hills Wile with1 joy the valies they will resound Theirs the Kan Ga Ru-like wise the Amu' In our miner veu skipin on the ground. Theirs mag pys and croes ach way you goes , . And ,the blackiis sporetin, with good will WUe the purlin strames does. gintly range . A rollindown by sweet Summer Hil. -So you nobles all of every nation . If for rambelin you feel in clined Then be ad vise by my noration f ? ? And. take a trip to the copper mine. We 'wjle 'fil'the turnbliir with goo...
POETRY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 3 June 1848
;,;I»QBTliy. . v: The following; is really original, ;arid written ; frjr ariTrish.Ynine£ jwhoVis;npwJ emplpyed -in ? working j Mr.rS,T?f, Clement's copper mine' at Summerhni. ^Th6 writer, is .about forty ? years' old, and from the age of seiven years j his followed1 the employment of _fa'' miner: : It^.ipayVtieV^niusingto'.^ome of bur readers to, give it insertion verbatim .? — : Me.- AniTER,— This comes hopein' your nus papir isgittih on wel my frins sais i oght'to help you So i sind you sum liigiriel Pothery asi see you takes It inn, i havirit much spair time but \vil sind you sum more agin.' Hopein youll have Luck I am Mr Edithur yours your con stand Iteedur . , ,i ?'. : ' . ; ??? : James Doyle.
Original Correspondence. To the Editor of THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. Bathurst, June 1, 1848. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 3 June 1848
(Sviffinal (£flrr«si-0ii'MnTt*. To the Editor of The Bathuhst Advocate. Bathurst, June 1, 1848. Sir,— Either I am impatient, or Minto is long winded in his reply to G. E., and A Plebeian on the Land Regulations. I hope Minto has riot run . from his promise to G. E., but is ready either to acknowledge himself beat from the stand he has tajken, or otherwise to make good the same. lam, Sir, yours, &c, UMPIRE. Immigrants. — The immigrants on board the Thetis are 230 in number, with but few excep tion all English, and consist of 41 married couples, 33 single men, 34 single women, 3G boys, and 33 girls,, under 14 years of age, and 12 infants. Three .deaths occurred only during the voyage, anil; those. of infants, whieh has been overbalanced by six births.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 3 June 1848
Settlers' 'Wholesale Price Current i ? ???? ??? ? .' '? :SYDNEY.- ???'?????. ??'???-.?..(!.-; Wheat. —Colonial, 3s. M. to 4s.' ; ' ' ' !;''K' Flouii.— Without deviation ; fine, lls. ; seconds;' £9, and will' remain so,' unless wheat' rises. , MAizE.—Ordinary samples of old ' maize, at Is.' 8d., to Is. 9d. ; new, Is. M. Some 'old kiln-dried maize is selling for shipment at'2s. .', ' ' , , ' Hay.— :In the market, oaten' hay, prime, is' worth from 7s; to 7s. Gd. J gniss hay, 2s.;6d.to 3s. Gd. per cwt. ' ? ';; '''.'.]','' .'.''.''/.''.. Barley. — -Cape and 'English' malting barley is saleable ; former, 3s., and the oilier 3s. to '4s. b'd.'; English, 521bs. per bushel ; Cape, 481bs. per bushel, weight. ; Oats. — Colonial, 4s. per bushel of 401bs.,and V. D. Dand, 5s., wholesale. BuTTEii.— Not so plentiful as it was, but still very low in price, from 4d. to.7d. per lb.'pcr keg. Eggs.— From 8d. to 9d. per dozen, wholesale. Cheese. — Realizes from 3£ to 5d. per lb. ?Fat Pigs.— In good'eondrt...
FASHIONS FOR FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 3 June 1848
FASHIONS rOE rflBR^ABY. ( From Me Loiidon and Pkris Ladies1 Magazine .TV of FasJiiai.J -?.. There is but little-vafiaitiori in the make of dres^es^^Ehpugh fs6m^ 'skill is 'required1, in; adapting the' style of the fdlr ess to tlhe^figure. i Opeii Tedingptes prevail' jfpr , morning wear. : ttve corsages only being close with trimmings : of \velvet or gilt; which give width' to the' forri^, meeting at the waist in the waistboat style^ The jacket sometimes resembles pockets —blue de France, a tint between the saphire tmd lapis lazuli is a Very fashionable colour ; h is the only shade of blue that; looks well Toy candlelight ; the vert de fruit is also a delicate colour, very pretty with black lace ; pink is less in favour this winter for dresses, but is much used for bonnets, trimming, and sorties de bal. The skirts of dresses are not worn so long ; those who '. still preserve Ihera a little trainante, have \ them busque lit front,, so as to disengage the feet, and in flounced dresses ...
Police Office. SATURDAY, MAY 27. Before J. W. L owe, Esq., J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 3 June 1848
Satuhiay,- May 27. ; . -rM Before Ji'V%iLowe;*Esq.vJ.:E^ ?? --:\ -i EUen, Galaher: waaicharged.with' drHnkepness,' and sentencad ,to, pa^ajifine.of ten.-shil}ing;8,.orj twenty-four hburs'iri ttie cells. ' Poor Nelly- lookVdf unutterable things, arid was! going' to1 make an eloquent speech,' when* she was politely handed' oat of court; to more selubrious quarters to indulge in i her pratorial propensities. -,. , , , , ..-..-; f . . . John Hartley was charged with assaultng. a female, but the case was of such a paltry nature, that the Bench, after a long- string of ? he said arid ' she said, dismissed the case. , ;-. ../ ? .;? ? -- On Monday and.Tuesday, in consequence of the ' heavy wet,' there was no business done at the office, as there were no Magistrates present ; and as there was only one case of drunkenness on the broad sheet; it was of no great consequence. Wednesday, Mat 31. Before the Police Magistrate and George Rankin, Esq., J.P. . ,, , .,, , ; ';,'? Susan Hely, was brough...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 3 June 1848
??.-j: ?' \-\--.~jn'ir- '???????i ?'?'??'-?'?;? ????'.?;???- ?'???' :???' ? ?ANY^p'roposition for t1ie\ 'circulation and sale of - i:t7iisPaper .will be thankfully received, remem- '?? .?: befing that all quarterly subscriptions mtistbe ? 2?#M Pl advance; ; and also, tthat all, letters ,tmtstbe postrjpaid,'or they will not be'received. ! ..''?-! ??.V'f..=-. ;.,'TKEBJB/;1S .' .-. .??) ;.:;,' :../.? NOTHING LIK.E LEA.TKEB. D SMART begs to inform hisnumerous ? Customers and the Public in general, that lie has taken that'. Old Established Tan-Yard arid Premises in Russell-street; (belo\v the Post-Office) lately occupied by Mr; R. Y. Cousins, where he ?Will , carry ,,on. .TJ?E- SADDLE and H ARNESS- MAK^G.dn connexion with THE TANNING and CURRYING ; and he assures those' who may: favor him with a call, 'that they will get a really good article, at the lowest reasonable price. N.'B. ' Hides, Calf and Kangaroo Skins bought, or .?!?...,; ''.; taken- in exchange. ' Bathurst,' May' 1848. ' '; ...
Impounded [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 3 June 1848
Impounded At BLACKMAN'S' SWAMP, on the 15th May, from M. Templar, Esq. :- — Chestnut horse, aged, &nbsp; blaze in the face, off hind foot white, branded IT, &nbsp; 6 years old, 15 hands high, damages 6d. Light &nbsp; bay colt, three years old, blaze in the face, near hind foot white, branded apparently- 7 M, 3 years &nbsp; old, 13 hands high, damages 6d,- Bay colt, branded near shoulder ES, 3 years old, 13'hands high damages 6d. If not released they will be sold on the 8th June: John Wright, poundkeeper.
SUMMERHILL COPPER MINE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 3 June 1848
SUMMERHILL COPPER MINE. At the Meeting held at Arthur's Inn, on &nbsp; Thursday, for the purpose of forming a Mining Association, Mr.. J. F. Clements had two offers made him for the purchase of a quantity of ore. £200 were offered by one. party for fifty tons of ore at the &nbsp; &nbsp; mouth of the mine, and £300 by a second party for a similar quantity ; the ore to be taken in a rough state, without classing or picking. Nearly ten tons of the ore have been raised by one man in six weeks.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 3 June 1848
TWO DAYS' SALE. On TUES D AY and WE DNE SD AY, JUNE.6th and 7th, , - . To Close a Partnership Concern, and without any Reserve, i , . TEESS AND ASHE Have been favored with instructions from Messrs. Smellie and Barlow, to dispose of by Public Auction, on the above Days, to commence at Twelve o'clock each day, : ' ' : 'rrHE WHOLE of the REMAINING 1 STOCK-IN-TRADE, Consisting of— Drapery, Hosiery, Haberdashery, Slop Clothing, Ironmongery, Earthenware, &c, Stc; Together ?with Counters, Shelving, Scales and Weights,' &c. After whichr THE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Comprising— Bedsteads, Sideboard, Tables, Wash-' Stands, Chairs, Carpeting, Kitchen Utensils, &c. Terms.'— Up to £20, Cash; above that sumVap proved endorsed bills at three months. TRESS AND ASKS Have been instructed by Mr. Richard Evans, (retiring from business) to dispose of On MONDAY, JUNE 2Wi,at Twelve o'Clock, on the Premises, DurJiain, Street, A LL his HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, -^ KITCHEN UTENSILS, BAR KEGS &...