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CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 29 December 1849

CATTLE ? Mr. Fitzgerald, HI head, .'at. £2 5s., 67oibs., Stanfield and Ryan* ;r ! ; ?' - ;;;!,!., ???(-. lAn-r.i,'. - Mr. Rattray, 101 head, at £2 7srGd., '7d6:ilbs. Raper., ?...''''' ? ' .',, ',''' '?';? '.' ? Mr. Deacon, '105 head, at £1 17s., 600 lbs. Wall and Ryder. V '''? .-.V^ Mr. M'Intyre, 75 head, at £2 2s., 600 lbs., Cleeve. ' '':'T' '.' *'.:! v/. Mr. Gilmore, 120. head, £1 lJs.^GOO' IBs., Blakency. . ' ' ' ' ': ' ?''?'?''? '''??' :_ ,. * . '' ., ; ? ;; sheep.71 '?':''-' '- ^K \ Mr. Samuels,. 800 head, at 5s ,. 54 lbs., Piesley and Blakeney. . .*?',,.,.' Mr. Forrester, 600, head, at Gs., 58 lbs., Piesley and Co. ???t. ? .... Mr. Samuels, 900 head, at 5s. 4d.f 56; lag., Raper and Stanfield, , i

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Sydney Markets. FROM BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. LATEST PRICES. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 29 December 1849

Sydney Markets. ' - FROM. BELL'S LIFE TN SYDNEY. LATEST PRICES. ' . - Hay, oaten, from £3 to £3 10s. ; lucerne £4 10s m per ton. . Maze, 3s. Gd. to; 4s. per bushel ' Oats, 2s, 6d. to 3s. per bushel ,. Wheat, Colonial, 3s 6d. to 3s. 9d. ; imported, 4s. Flour, fine, £10 10s. ; seconds, £9 10s. ; rations £8 per ton. Bran, ls.'ld. per bushel. Butter, fresh, lOd. to Is.; salt, ditto, 8d. to lOd. per pound Cheese, 3d. to 4d. wholesale ; and Is. retail, per ? -pound- ? ...?.--..-?? , . 1 Lard, 6d. per pound ? ' 7. ''' Beef, ' carcass, Id: to 1-Jd ; retail, 2d. to 2^d. per pound ; salt, ditto, 3d. per pound ' Mutton, carcass, l^d. to 2d: ; retail, 2d. per pound ? ? ' Pork, 5d. ; salt, ditto, Gd. per pound Veal, 5d. per pound Potatoes, imported, £7 per ton; Colonial, ditto £5 lCs. per ton Eggs, 7d. to 8d. per dozen : ,, Sugar, £14' -o'£20 per ton Soap, 22s, to 24s. per cwt Wool, washed, 14d. to. lOd. per pound ;, grease 6£d. to 8d. per pound ?. ; , Tallow, £25 to £28 per ton. Tobacco, import...

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Settler's "Wholesale Price Current. BATHURST. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 29 December 1849

Settler's Wholesale Price Current* BATHURST. Wheat from 2s. 6d. to 2s. lOd, per bushel Barley, 3s. ditto Maize, from 3s'. to 3a. Od. per bushel ... Fine Flour, £9 per ton ' ' ' . Seconds, £8 ' ' Rations, £7 Bran, 2s. Gd. per cwt. Butter, 8d. per pound Cheese, 2d. to 2£d. per pound' Bacon, from 4d. to 4Jd. per pound Eggs, from 6d. to 8d. per dozen; -. .':;... Potatoes; £6 per ton ' ???:?? .. Hay, £2 to £2 10s.' per ton' ??-????. .,- Sheep Skins, 2£ to 3|d. per pound

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LORD BROUGHAM ON ITALY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 29 December 1849

LORD BROUGHAM ON ITALY. Italy !-r- Why. is ; it, as Prince ;;iMet ternich well said, a geographical name, and not a political. . It expresses i^'trie country, as certain of its own poets, have said, which . the Appenine divides and, the sea and the Alps surround. I mean the long territory, between the Genoese gulph on the one side and' the Adfiaticon the other iBut it denotes no one country, nor'is it in habited by any one people.1 The interests of its portions are diametrically opposed — Genoa conflicting1 with Venice; both with Leghorn; nil. with Naples. The. tongues I spoken by its districts' are wholly different; so that a .Piedmontese and a Lombard; can- not converse together, nor a Genoese and a Milanese, 'nor a Calabre and a Roman,; nora, Sicilian and a Neapolitan* Italy is a' series of principalities'; each principality a cluster of towns i each town alien to, and as hateful as alien to it's naarest neighbour. A monarchy forming1 all these jarring; materials into one mnss-'a...

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Original Poetry . CHRISTMAS CAROL. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 29 December 1849

' Original Poetry. :' CHRISTMAS CAItOL. t,'Weloome, welpomp Glirlstmas, social time, TVlion hearts grow kind, andinjurlos Uvo no more ; Thou boorest with theo on those wings of thine . A freight of joy to sharo with rich and poor. And tho' no moro you wear tho face of old, .I.Ioyo you for the memories past and gone, Whon winter brought you la with wind and cold, And Boreas reigned supremo In ovory storm. . 'What, tho' thy aspoct boro a rudor front, ? And heavy clouds shut out the morning sun, TVo felt no grief our joyous hearts to daunt, ? Or felt to bring theo, time too fast had flown. Wo bound 'around thy brow tho holly branch, 'Whose berries aery'd todeck thy garb of snow, Bright gems upon tho leafless brauch.03 glanced And streams, to do thee honor,' coased to flow, Now in a distant land thy praise I sing, /Whore moving corn fields smilo, as if to see Thegladspmeness of birds, whose varied wing Ctlistens in the sunlight, as from tree to tree They: flit, knowlnB-.y.in3tiTiot,.thl...

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THE MINES OF CRONBOURG. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 29 December 1849

', THE MINES, ;.6Fi'CR0NB0:UR;G. TiiAT part ;'of the silyeK mines of Cronbourg which is; called the ''depth,' is two thousand feet below the surface of the 'earth.' It' is a world in itself, distinct arid 'remote from the animated s'un -enlightened \yprld with which we are familiar. With us, children of toil though, we be, there are occasional seasons of gaiety, of pleasure, or of tranquil happiness; with us the bitter warfare of life is relieved by the gentle presence , of holy love and of those sweet affections which nestle in the hearts of .pareats. .And the turbulent .period of youth, with its ardent joys, impatient of restraint, affords many gratifications, as well as. many, dis appointments and troubles. But in the depth of the mine of Cronbourg, human life exhibits none of the various phases by which it is distinguished in the upper world ; man has there no youth ; the heart buried in the gloom of the earth grows'old at once. Hope, the life of the young, dies down in a single...

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MANAGEMENT OF CROWN LANDS. (From the Mailand Mercury.) [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 29 December 1849

MANAGEMENT- OP CROWN LANDS. r ([From th'e'Maitland'Mercury.)1 Sir, — To the system of managing crown lands by paid commissioners (here appears to me to be many and very serious ojections. 1st.— It is quite inadequate and inefficient. Eaolv district is, speaking roundly, about as ^lMrge asjtije..pt:iocipality- ..of Wales' .Over vtlus*'*ve1ry' large extent of country a single individual 'upfesides'/--- To discharge' his duty faithfully he must of necessity be fully acquainted with 'the situation and extent of all watering places—with the' capabilities of the land as to pasture— -with every re markable feature of ?country— Mvith the pre cise line of boundary of each station, and the -history of its occupation,, and with many other particulars in reference thereto. .Is,, one man, likeiy. to possess all this knowledge1? Is there a commissioner in -the, colony, competent in all these matters'? The fact of ' Disputed Boundaries Com missioners' haying been' lately' appointed goes very far t...

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AT PEPPER'S CREEK, NOVEMBER, 1849, from Captain Brown W S [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 29 December 1849

At Pepper's Cheek, November, 1849, from Captain Brown —One Groy horse, branded W S on off shoulder, need 15 hands high, saddle marks.— Ono roan maro. branded B on off shoulder, aged, 14 hands high, star in forehead, near hind foot white.— Ono iron groy horso, branded WK on near shoulder, Tjlaek poluts, star, in forehead, aged 14jliands high.— Ouo bay horso, branded ^\. W on noar shouldor TIT - off shoulder, aged, 10 hands high, black pointsi star in fore head, saddlo marked, a lump nnder jaw, a spot on noar ovo Damages, Od. oach. If tho above aro not released, on or boforo Wednesday, the 10th day of January, 1850,' they will bo Bold. ' .?*:?. E. ALDRED, I'oundkeeper. ??.. At Hartley, on tho 17th day of Deoembor, 1840 from Mount York:— One bay maro, 1- S on tho near shoulder,- but through tho brand slipping the first letter appears liko B and tho S double, a white stripo on tho faco, a, snip un tho nostrils nearly mooting, saddlo marks, a whito spot hlch on tho rump, hind feet whito,...

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NEW ZEALAND [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 29 December 1849

NEW'ZESUANDr' ~ The following' narrative' '-'of '&? s6jou'rnOIliy Lieutenant Governor Eyre : fro'mt Wellingtbr. to the southward is extracted from the JSfew Zealand Spectator :— - » ?!; ;,?- ,;?;«-'; .:,-.& :o ' His Excellency the Lieutenant Goverrion returned on Tuesday night from' Cloud jrB ay,' his journey to the southward having unfor tunately been interrupted by a fatal acci dent which occurred to one of the ^natives attached, to his party. After leaving the Wairau, having traversed the; Kapartehau district, his Excellency and his attendants reached the Snowy Mountains to the south ward, about four short days' journey from the Wairau, and encamped at the foot of the Tapuaenuko Mountain, which they.ascended. The ascent, from the steep and abrupt nature of the ground, was very laborious arid at tended with considerable danger, the sides of the mountain, particularly towards the summit, being broken into almost perpen dicular precipices of several hundred feetin he...

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Impounded [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 29 December 1849

Impounded, At BATHuest. 'on tho 20th day of Decomhor, 1849 :-^dne, iron groy mare, liko K ER over noar -shoulder, )O off* shoulder, long tail, 14 hands and a. half high. ? One iron groy horse, apparently m L near shouldor,' switch tail/shod ';: 15 hands high.— Ono brown horse,- ;D off shoulder ^-sniall ' star, bangtail, 15 hands high.— One red steer, KP near ribs,DK near rump, — Ono rod and white steer, liko HO '' near ribs, piece out both ears. — Ono white' heifer: rodi oars no brand visible Damages, Od. por head. If not released' will bo sold on Wednesday, tho 10th January noxt j '?'? V,. YEO, Poundkeeper. ?,.?- .

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WARSAW. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 29 December 1849

v'jhtt ! .?''?'? Warsaw., -. ._,..?.??,. .;; ' y BpRiiiNy'AuQcsTl 1 7'.— I , send you some particulars* of the -doings at Warsaw. In the first ? interview between Lamoriciere, Schwarzenberg, and; the Russian Czar, a plan was broached for an alliance between - France, iiRussia,. Austria,., Prussia, Naples, and; the! Pope. /.The coalition, was to keep in view, as an ultime aim.a. war with Eng land. The immediate object was to be the extinction of all the revolutionary elements. Turkey, Italy, the Rhenish Provinces, and Belgium, which is flo longer to be tolerated, furnish, materials for indemnification. Prus sia is to have North Germany to the Maine; Austria, Bosnia and South Germany, except Bavaria'. Bavaria is to ; have Wirtemberg, in exchange for the Rhenish Province;, ..which is to go to France with Cologne. Wirtemberg, Baden, Hesse, and other princes, are to be mediatised. Switzerland . also.. to be divided. Chimerical as this may .sound, still it formed the ..matter of discus si...

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FOREIGN NEWS. THE FRENCH REPUBLIC. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 29 December 1849

FOREIGN NEWS. (From the Sun, Mgust 25.J THE FRENCH REPUBLIC. The 'Prase, in the following article, attempts to prove that the surrender of Georgey was brought about by the diplomatic act of Lord Palraerst'on. It says, under the head of ex planations' concerning the submission jof. the, Hungarians : -^-'-Nb doubt ' now v remains ;» the^war in Hungary is definitely terminated.! The numerous and circumstantial '.details which we receivefromthe German journals; remove every uncertainty anil .destroy every, hope. The submission of Georgey is that, of Hungary itself. But if the facts are known.it is not' the same with the causes which have led' to this sudden catastrophe. Those causes have not yet been published by any journal or any correspondence, but private communications, the exactitude of which we can guarantee, .allow as now to point them out. They are to be sought for in the state of affairs, which was certainly bad.butby.no means desperate; they are to be found in certain diploma...

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POKING FUN AT ROME WITH FRENCH BAYONETS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 29 December 1849

POKING. FLTN AT ROME WITH TRENCH BAYONH/TS. * 'A 'funny fellow, one generel Rostolan.has been appointed by the leader of the Gauls, Oudinot, Governor 'of Rome, and has ad dressed to the Roman .people a proclama tion which must absolutely make the Seven Hills of the Eternal City split their sides ?with laughter. In this facetious docu ment the principal points — each of which is a regular dig at Roman liberty — are these : — , i - ;.-.' From this day.-— 1. Crowds in the streets are prohibited, !aad will bedispersed by for.ee.' ' 'Here1 you have a specimen of the action 'of your1; patent new French Republic Street ... sweeper. ?? -I'' 2. The retreat will be beaten at 9 a; m. Circulation in the. streets shall cease at'lirflf ptist'^^^'Atiftiha^ho/urtpubHc-piacea1 shall/be cipsed^LLll-' . - -Z,:z....:... '...' ? ';: ; 'A pretty (game tbJB,s*qf .playing the' Corf querer softer 'the manner of William of that . name* ''celebVati|^i^-b;p^hn;e'xidn, with the Gurfejv.,! jFrep^rrpiiitahthrfopK...

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PEACE CONGRESS AT PARIS. Paris, Saturday, Aug 25. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 29 December 1849

PEACE CONGRESS AT PARIS. ???;?' Paris/ Saturday, Aug. 25. The Peace Congress brought its proceed ings to a close at a quarter past 6 o'clock yesterday, evening. M, Victor Hugo de livered a farewell. addressbefore quitting the President's chair. It so happened that yes terday was the anniversary of, the masiacre of, St. Bar'thbionoew, and this coincidence of whieli.the eloquent chairman was only re-r minded. a short time before -he' spoke, was made use of by :. him: itv a rnas'terly manrier'.; He remirided'his auditbry' ;tliat'',in'.the same city where, streams of blood- bnce iio.w.ed, and the tocsin of destruction was heard from the ;- ..tower still standing near ? ; them, and where 7unheaf'd! of atrocities were committed in, the n'arne of religion, men.were assembled on a mission of peace and lo\er—men;from distant ? countries, and members of; various creeds'; The;; Gatholic ari'd^the^Prbtest'ant,1 the Quaker and the Presbyterians, grasped each others hand in brotherly, love, und t...

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CALIFORNIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 29 December 1849

^GAtlFORNfAT' s-ijVB 'copyrtKfe*'f6lldwirig' extracts relating to Jibe gold country from the Colonial Times.— t!/£he. latest intelligence from this .favored re ?gioni*' although of rather a ? conflicting cha racter- It is nevertheless very interesting, in^dditipri to the news we have taken from ,the Sydney and American papers, Captain ?Lindsay informs us that the captain of the Deborah gave him a most flattering and sa tisfactory Recount of California, and- so -.honest was he in his representation, that he :was preparing his vessel to proceed back as fast as possible, taking with him his family, wjiendedtli suddenly put an end to all his : earthly- projects. . Captain . Bliss, of the Deborah, was a man well-known, and highly respected in the colonial marine, and was to be depended upon ; and. so satisfied is Cap tain Lindsay with the account given him by ;.Captain Bliss that it is his intention to pro ceed there immediately with his vessel, the Palmyra, taking his family with him, a...

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THE EAST INDIES. (From the Port Phillip Gazette.) [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 29 December 1849

THE EAST INDIES. CFrom the Port Phillip Gazette.) Therb is very little local news in the Sin gapore papers (whose dates, by the araival, reach to the 14th September.) The cholera had made dreadful ravages in Siftfn. ' Tn RiinlrnV nlnno SO C\C\(\ navann* ? — — ' ~ ?? —?«???»**»? m*wuv^ Wivuw larwlwk/AJO had perished in fifty days. The govern ment thinking this visitation had been caused by the sacrilegious conduct of the foreigners in killingfowls, ducks, and pigs, ordered them to make an offering in the temples. Eight French missionaries had been expelled in forty-eight hours notice for refusing to make the offering. The Bishop was saved from expulsion by a convert making the offering in his name. The Dutch had at last been successful in Ballif and were imitating Lord Ellenbo rough in their style of celebrating their victories. The news from India is very meagre Moolrajh (according to the Delhi Gazette,') was to be transported beyond the seas for life. There were some fears of distu...

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Sydney News. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 29 December 1849

Sydney XTews. The Cafe Parisien. — This establishment is now in full operation. It has upwards of two hundred and fifty members, among whom are' some of the. most respectable per sons in the community. The dining room is frequented by about fifty persons every day,, and is found most convenient for mer cantile men, especially those who reside with their families in the suburba. The drawing-room is very spacious, and is ele gantly furnished, and on the tables are news papers, periodicals, and books of reference. The billiard-room is large and well ventila ted. The establishment is under the con troul of a committee of the subscribers, who admit members and make rules for its gene ral guidance. The numbers and character of the persons who now belong to it are a guarantee that the Cafe Parisien will become one of the permanent institutions of the city. ±-S. M. Herald. ?Dr. Leichhardt.— We are now anxiously 'expecting to hear some intelligence of the intrepid Leichhardt and his party. I...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 29 December 1849

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, No communications will be pub- jlished in this Journal, unless ac- companied by the name of the Correspondent. BATHURST FREE PRESS GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE WILLIAM STREET 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   &nb...

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Original Correspondence. To the Editor of THE BATHURST FREE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 29 December 1849

I33F We. do not identif&gitrseZves. with the opin. ;, ions iqf, out, 'Correspondents. -, - ? .tiBrC&Cmcl €atxe$ptmVmcet To the Editor of The Bathurst Fueb Press. Sir, — Having been favoured with a perusal of your paper of the 15th instant, I find an article headed ' Postf Office,' and as you appear to consider it your duty to correct 11 local abuses,' &c, and being ncny in pos session of a sharp weapon, — The Free Press, I- think you will require to be cautioned now and again (as it is exceedingly dan gerous for children to handle edge tools, lestjyou. hurt yourself or others.) You say you! hear, arid are compelled to subscribe to the abominable carelessness of the Bathurst branch, and by way of sample or proof, insert a letter received from Thomas M'Kell, of Carcoar district, stating that he did not receive his papers regularly — do you re quire me to go to Carcoar and deliver your papers ? and why do you presume to-ay or insinuate that that person's papers ...

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To the Editor of THE BATHURST FREE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 29 December 1849

To the Editor of 'The Bathurst Free Prbs-bI Sm.-r-When two: individuals ;go .to law-,:, ono or the other must bo a loser, and the-losor is ? almost jnvariably a dissatisfied man .; and, v as a matter^f course, ever ready to call'In.question tho justice-: or equity which pronounced a verdict :again8t;himitM lam led to. make these .observations dn .conse quence of the appearance inlthe.Free ^Presstofilti&t Saturday, of a letter purporting to be; written. -by Mr. P. Wilde, complaining: ,oft tho, injusticemnd iniquity of tho decision of Messrs.;} Rdnkinvand Parkc, which hurt his feelings to the extent of £7 15s., the payment of which, independently of the merits of tho case, has .afflected';Lun;r6r'sohie-lite- rary friend with that most incurable of all disoases, tho cacoethes scriberidiil*;! happened, Mr. Editor, to be in court during tho. trial,, ap4 hoard,tb.o. evi douco adduced both ty'plSntiffSiid 'defendant; 'and being unconnected ,iu any Svay^witli vpiiher^apd almost a co...

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