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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 3 June 1848

w%$w$%m ARRIVALS. Matt 24.— City of Sydney, brig, 106 tons, Capt. Jetmings.'from Lauriceston the ISth instant. 24.— Peri, brig, 145 tons, Capt Gwatkin, from_ -Lsuncestonrthe-18th instant:; ''? '?-':-'*' ^ ?'-?- - ^ ^^ « 24. — Regia, brig, 181 tons, Capt. Johnson, trom Manila the 4th March. 2$.— Maid of Erin, brig, 152 tons, Captain Hgslop; frpm~Hpk|anga . the: 6th, instant.,x v . -~*~ '??« 725.— Sir Edward Paget, barque, 482 tons, Gapt^Barclay - . from -I/Hidon ,' having left the: 'Downs on the 11th .February. 25.— Brj^Wman, barque, 384.10ns, Capt. Cowley, 'from Nelson the 5th instant. ,.,.,,; . r ? i , : ' 26.— Sea Nymp?itj barque, ,406 'ton's, Captain: ?Grangei from -Manila' 13th March Li;- ' ''* ? ?-. 26.— Phosnix, steamer, 108 .tons,1 Capt. Wise man, from the Clarenca River , the; 24th instant..; ' 27.— Thetis, barquejf 46.0, tons,. , Captain Cass, ; fronV'Lbiidon, :tne''2i'th January, .Plymouth' the '6th.antIFalmouth-the 1 lth. - y^'' ? '' '???? - »ir 27.— SKamrochi1- steamer, ...

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THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, JUNE 3, 1848. PAST, PRESENT, and FUTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 3 June 1848

THE BATHURST. ADVOCATE, SATURDAY, JUNE -3, 1848.^ PAST, FIIESENT, and FUTUBE. i:TE(ScHistory'6f'New Siiuth Wales has no ?''parailel in the history' of mankind ; and the Colony has veryfevv'pbints in' which it can be compared with other countries. Con cerning the future, therefore, we can form no proper ^conjecture.; ^IJpto a very late .period proofs abounded to show that this Colony,— -.placed at, (the utmost extreme of the Mother Country— originally constituted the ..prison of the Empire, and peopled with her outcasts— has made more rapid ad vances, cost the State less, and -has made more adequate returns to Great Britain, than any other Colony she possesses: and, in fine, that :the whole history of Colonization, under the , most favourable circumstances and fostering care, can shew nothing equal to New South, Wales, notwithstanding all ?her disadvantages of distance, population, and misgovernment. . Such, facts might lead us to augur great things for, the future. .We will, however...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 3 June 1848

The CororierT-rPuring .myyexperifltwe^pf r-last; yeari and the horrible cases,that came before me., I never met anything coining near the_ frightful case now before us,1 and from what I -see*bf the state 'of ' the 'country I must, say, it will soon be in'a worse state than any: part of the county-was in last year.; Doctor Maybury sworn and exammedr^Made ;a post-mprtum examination on two of the bodies, ? there was 'not asirigle particle of food in the stomach of- either, save: the sigh of a very small share of faeces in one j is of opinion; that they died from want of food, accelerated by cold. The1 Jury then retired, and in about 20 minutes, returned the following verdict : — We find that the . deceased, Michael, John, Daniel, and Catherine Connelly, were found dead on the morning of the 3 1st of December, 1847, on the high road leading through the. lands of Carrigeen, where, we believe they came by their deaths, from want of food, in consequence of the neglect of Captain Ommaney an...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 3 June 1848

Death.                     DEATH OF LIEUTENANT-GENERAL SIR MAURICE O'CONNELL. — On Thursday, May 26,   Sir Maurice O'Connell, lately Commander of the Australasian Forces, departed this life. Sir Maurice O'Connell arrived here in 1809, com- manding the 79th Regiment, and bearing a com- mission as Lieutenant-Governor of New South Wales and its dependencies. After remaining in the Colony until 1814 his Regiment was ordered to proceed to Ceylon, which he accompanied. In 1838 he returned to the Colony as Commanded of the Forces, and held that appointment until the arrival of Major-General Wynyard, who relieved him. On Monday the remains of Sir Maurice O'Connell were interred with military honors. At about half-past ten, officials and friends of the family of the deceased began to arrive at his man- sion at Darlinghurst, and at eleven the verandah ...

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LATEST ENGLISH, NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 3 June 1848

LATEST ENGLISH NEWS. Her Majesty and Royal Family continued well. The King and the Queen of the Belgians were on a visit to Queen Victoria. The Court had '??-. returned to Buckingham Palace on; the -8th of February, and would not return to Windsor before the autumn'. Approaching Accouchement :oe Her Majesty.— We understand that Professor Simpson, (the discoverer of the applicability of chloroform as a substitute for ether,) has received intimation that his services, in con jnction with Dr; Locock, Her Majesty's physician accoucher, will be required at Buckingham Palace on an approaching in teresting occasion. Professor Simpson, we learn, -leaves ' this for Lendon some time next month, in order to be in attendance on her Majesty. — Edinburgh Witness. , The King of Denmark, Christian VIII., j died on the 19th of January, and was suc ceeded by his son, Frederick VII. The deceased monarch was; Ijdfn'ih T7SG, and succeeded to his uricle; Frederick VI., in December,- 1839. ??'??''? ' Amon...

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Suspension of the Hew Zealand Constitution. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 3 June 1848

Suspension ;Of, , the . Vfevir.r: Zealand , ;.:„' ; .. ..:'?'.-... Constitution.. , ,,t ^hiaU (From The LeedsMercuR's:.) ,;, There is .Reason, to* believe thaf-bufc Xpr'^he. presence in New ^eal^nij of .&^. Governor, combining great .knowledge of that;colotiy f arid ? its aboriginal 'inhabitants 'with ; equal ' wisdom, boldness,, ari^ self-reliance, .aifvyar pf ,the most deadly ^ character! .woulci.. now. have been; ravaging its shores,1 while .that bright promise which was a1 few months back held out of early prosperity ', to be en joyed alike by natives and our emigrant fellow-countrymen, would necessarily have been blasted. Happily, the risk of such disasters is over, for the present ; arid Her Majesty's Government 8eem!anxi6us to, re- peal as Boon as possible tnose enactments which might have. brought them about, and; so to preclude the possibility of their ever occurring. We give ministers credit for this disposition, which implies an admission of past error of judgment...

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MUSWELL BROOK. MURDER OF CONNOLLY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 3 June 1848

3HUSWELL -? BEOOa. u ' ..-?'.{ i- -.-. ,-J . ? i,' Li'.' -y ? ? . (From 'the' 'Maitland Mercury, May. .'24, J'n MURDER OF CONNOLLY^ Geougb 'Wateks ; Ward' ?was,1 oh Monday. the^Sridof :Mav; fally'cdrnmitted by Cap tain Wright, J;P'.;;':i;o .take his ' trial for the Wilful murder of Richard' Connolly. ' -! The following'' was'' the 'evidence taken 'ori'the exarriinritibn : — ''-??[ ' v / Chief Gdhstable Fox, being sworn; deub sed!: Oii 'Tuesday; the 14th April last, ;I was returning home from' the Maitland Quarter ' Sessions ; I was at Bowman's Creek, 1 9 miles from Muswell Brook, about 1 2' o'clock that day, when I met the prisoner he was crossing the water as' I was going down into the creek ; he passed me by in a fast walking pace a short distance, and: turned round and asked me how far it was to Patrick's Plains; 1 told him 11 miles ; he then went on towards Singleton, arid I towards Muswell Brook. I arrived within a mile of Muswell Brook about sun-down, when I was shewn the body...

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THE CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 3 June 1848

THE CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. TftET latest ''li'ews from ^Englahd'w^s: tb;the l,Qth January. ,-.,',r. ',:..:' ^.'.^}-/ '['?'/'' i^':; Sir H. Smithy was still ;-;jtr;ay^)Jing..!in; the Eastern Provinces. tHis proarr6ss-was a continued triumph :-:€aohvdistrict^viWingfwho should dolhim most hoia'ouf.! .^Hev had 'been as far as ^Tatalj and waSjOii his ;return.;f]l?he Gazette teemed with proclamations Tupon humerous:tbpic3,'eyery one'of which1 says'the Advertiseri 3^as a right step iii' a right' airec : tion. One of the ; first resuttSiof, his, pere- grinations was the origination; .of -a (govern- ment for the safety of the : emigrant boorB and native tribes beyond the ['.Orange' River. For thiB Governor Smith deserved and re* ceived the highest praise. There was a proposal to .erect ? a national monument at the Cape, in commemoration of the vaidur of 'the r army ; the ardour, order, and invincible^ determination /of the r Burgher force (proyincial , troops); and of the consummate wisdom and; e...

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MORETON BAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 3 June 1848

MORETON BAY. , DEPREDATION BY THE BLACKS. - On Thursday last a number of the aborigines   amounting to upwards of twenty; were dis-   covered by Matthew Croly, a settler on Breakfast Creek, in a field of maize belong- ing to him, busily employed in stripping the stalks of their cobs, which they were     packing up in oppossum rugs and blankets, and carrying off. As soon as they saw       Croly, and heard him shouting they de- camped, and of course any attempt to recover his property was useless. Croly states that the blacks have robbed him of at least 15   bushels of corn; besides a considerable quan- tity of potatoes. Several of them he knows     by nameand, can identify. Warrants are   out against three of the party, and we sin- cerely hope they may be caught, and meet with the punishment, they de'serve. More- ton Bay Courier, May 20. &...

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IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 3 June 1848

IBELAND. From our file of Irish papers we give the following extracts. Ireland appears to be n the usual distressed 'state. - Starvatiojii still prevailing, among' the labouring cl.a'ss. Our, readers will, no doubt, read the follow ing case iwith heart-felt sorrow:. — ?. . FEARFUL STATE OF KENMARE. U^ION. . An inquest was held at the Police Barracks , Ken mare, before Stephen O'lleardon Coroneri.ar\cl;ia respectable Jury, on the bodies of Michael)! J,o)»n, Daniel, and Catherine Connolly, . who /werejitounU dead on the road from Kcnmare to C^stletown) oq Friday morning, the 31st December ,M847; . ,,- , ''.' Timothy Sullivan sworn— Ori going out dnt\rj day morning, saw a little girl as he thought asleep), on the road; found she was dead; found a little boy further on, and about one eighth of' a!miie further he found two more; and cannot take upon him to say how they came by their death. Daniel Sullivan sworn— Saw the deceased child ren on the road, on the 30th ult. ; two of them had t...

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Important to Auctioneers. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 10 June 1848

Important to Auctioneers. Robinson and others v. Wall and Othkrr.— Sate by Auction.— Reserved Bid-, ding.— (Before the Lord Chancellor. This appeal from a decree of the Master of the Rolls was argued the 30th of June and 2nd July. The main facts were, that in the insolvency ,of the late- Sir Thomas Chapneys in 1 844, his assignees proposed to sell bis marital interest in certain extensive estates, which had then recently fallen to Lady Chapneys for her life, under her father's will with remainder, in the event of that lady having no children (which is yet the case) to her sister, Lady Mostyn, for life, and after her death to her eldest son, Edward Lloyd Mostyn in tail. Lord Mostyn being desirous to obtain the entire interest in the estates for his wife and said son, with a view to family arrangements, entered into an agreement, of a very complicated nature, with the insolvent's assignee and with Lady Mostyn, by which he was, to give the assig nees £35,000 for the insolvent's interes...

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THE IRISH CONFEDERATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 10 June 1848

.TEZE! IRISH COJtf^KBfEIliVTSCW, A numerously attended meeting of the - members and friends of this body was held on Wednesday night in the Round Room, llotundo. The chair was taken at eight o'clock, by David Ross, .Esq., of BJadens burrr. ?-.-?? . Mr.M'Gee, Secretary, read the minutes of. the last meeting of the confederation, and subsequently. the half-yearly audit of the accounts, which showed that the sub scriptions received from July 1847 to Jan uary 1848, amounted to £245, and that after the payment of all expences a balance remained in the Treasurer's hands oK£41. The Chairman then addressed the meet ing. 'He proceeded to discuss at length the question of Repeal, descanting warmly on the various alleged acts of injustice in flicted on Ireland by various English govern ments. He alluded, in conclusion, to the recently published letter of the JDuke'of Wellington on the subject of the defence less state of the kingdom, and using the phrase ' that England's infirmity was Ire land...

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Settlers' Wholesale Pride Current. SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 10 June 1848

Settlers' Wholesale Price Current. SYDNEY. Wheat.— Colonial, 3s. 6d. to 4s. Some very good samples fetched 4s. 6d... ' ?'..'. /!?- ? ; Flo.ur.— Without deviation; fine, 1.1s. ; seconds, £9, and will remain so, unless wheat rises. '''??? Maize.— Ordinary samples of old maize, at Is. 8d.,tols. 9d. ; new, Is. 6d. Is. 7d. The supply ' has not been equal to the demand during the week. Hay.— In the market, oaten, hay, prime,, is worth from 7s. to 7s. Cd. .' grass hay, 2s. 6d. to 3s. 6d. per cwt. Barley. — Cape and English malting barley is saleable; former, 3s., and the other 3s. to 4s. 6fl.,; English, 521bs. per bushel ; Cape, 481bs. per bushel, w,eight. | - Oats. — Colonial, 4s. per bushel of 401bs., and V. D. Dand, 5s., wholesale. ? . Butteii.; — Not so plentiful as it was, and a slight advance may be obtained. . ',-.,. Eggs.— From 8d. to lOd. per dozen, wholesale. Cheese.— Realizes from 3£ to 5d. per lb. Fat Pigs. — In1 good condition, at 2£d.' per lb. per carcase ; pigs from 80 to lO...

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THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, JUNE 10, 1848. COPPER ORE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 10 June 1848

THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. .SATURDAY, JUNE 10, 1348. COPPER ORB. The facts we recorded last week respecting the offer for Copper Ore, made* to Mr. J. V. Clements, may have a wonderful inr' fluence on the District. If the merchant in Sydney will purchase at a price so as to remunerate the carrier, some hundreds of loads may find their way to market, and no team of the small, settler ever needs to be idle. We should be glad to learn from some of our agricultural readers, whether Flax and Hemp could not be cultivated in the Dis trict to advantage. We are given to under stand ? that there are considerable numbers of Irish emigrants who are very capable of conducting, the culture and dressing of the valuable productions. Who will make a trial on a small scale, and let us know the results *.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 10 June 1848

Carpets, Drugrgretts, Heartn Rug-s. FREDERICK STRACHAN bega to in- . ?'? form his numerous Friends and the Public generally, that he has on hand a Superior Assort ment of the above named Articles, also; a great variety of WINTER GOODS, consisting of— ? Blankets,8-4, 9-4, 10-4, 11-4,12-4 Real Welch Flannels Coats in great variety % Worsted, Cord, Buckskin, and Kersey Trousers Sleeved and other Vests ' Large Plaid Shawl Scarfs Net- Wool Shawls «nd Handkerchiefs Gala Plaids s Merinos, Orleans A Small but Choice Assortment of FURS, con sisting of— ? Sable, Boas and Cuffs, Jenny Lind Ditto, Victorines Ermine Boas, &c, &c. A Superior Quantity of Broad Cloth, Kerseymere's, Doe-Skins, Pilot Cloths, Silk Serge, &c, &c. Every description of Slop Clothing, Hosiery, Ladies1 and Childrens' Shoes - A lot of Real French Flowers. The Stock of Ironmongory, Cutlery, Earthen ware, Glass, Groceries, &c, &c, having been re cently sorted up, will be found t...

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Original Correspondence. To the Editor of THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. May 23, 1848. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 10 June 1848

Mifirtwuiiriiirmfif iiffTWMnimiMiiiffriTnTH iimii » ? iiinv-'-Ti'irm.Tmiii (©rtfitnal -S.avvtipttntiex\tt, To the Editor of The Bathurst Advocate. May 23, 1848. Sir, — According to my promise, I take my pen to write a few more lines on the ' New Land Regulations.' A long time has elapsed since I wrote last, but I have been so much engaged in other matters, that I have not had time for this. 1 perceive by a 'P.S.'in a letter from ' Minto,' dated 11th inst., which was pub lished in your journal of 13ih, but did not come to hand till yesterday, that he wishes your correspondents ' would give us their statements of the question at issue, and stick to the question.' I consider his 'P. S.' is a charge, not only against ' A Gra zier,' but against all your correspondents on the Land Question. This is wholesale censure. Let him particularize the charges against each. For my part 1 cannot per ceive that either of your other correspon dents swerrt «o much from *' the question at issue,' as Mxt...

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To the Editor of THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. Bathurst, June 9, 1848. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 10 June 1848

u ' - To the Editor of The Bathurst Advocate. Bathurst, June 9, 1848. Sir, — I know not if the following obser vations may be deemed worthy of a place in your paper ; nor, if so, that they will be acceptable to your readers. To myself, of course, they appear to be important^ or I should not commit them to paper, nor submit them to the praise or blame, the acceptance or rejection, of the public. The Press is a mighty engine — avast system of means, both for good and for evil, for weal and for woe, for individuals and for communities. Its achievements has no parallel. It is a medium of com municating influence to the utmost boun daries of the earth, as well as to the count less myriads of mankind scattered on its surface, and of extending that influence to heaven and to hell, impressed with all the indelible characteristics of eternity. Such, Sir, is the instrument, of which you are the proprietor ?, and your contributors and subscribers the supporters. Many may con sider this languag...

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THE OLD VAGRANT. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 10 June 1848

THE OLD VAGRANT. ' Well, in this ditch I reach at last; ' Old, weak, and tired, my closing day ; ' , . Folks say I've drunk, then hurry' past ; , Good ! there's no pity thrown away. : Yet some across their shoulders glance ?[ Others a mite or two have thrown : Nay, hasten on, you'll miss the dance j Old vagrant, I can die alone ! Yes ; here, of age, they'll say I'll die ; ' I ~ For hunger never kills of course. ?How often fox^the workhouse I ' '. Have sighed as' for ^jast resource ! But filled each hospital I found, So poor the people now are grown ?Ne'er nurse had I but the cold ground ; Old vagrant, there I'll die alone ! In youth, the artizans I prayed For leave a useful craft to learn. .' . ' We are but half employed,' they said; ' With us thy bread thou canst not earn.' ' Ye rich, who still ' Go, work,', repeat; - Scraps from your board you gave, I own ; Stretched on your straw my sleep was sweet : I curse not; but I die alone.

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To the Editor of THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. Bathurst, June 7, 1848. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 10 June 1848

To the Editor of The Batmukit Advocate. Bathurst, June 7, 1848. A Note. — Minto presents his compliments to ' Umpire ; ' and the only apology he can offer, for being ' long winded ' is wait ins: for the further remarks of G. E, and others. Mihto requested his opponents to state the question. Me is prepared to de fend and confirm his opinions if right, or to cast them to the winds of heaven the moment they are shewn to be wrong, or to modify them according to circumstances. Resignation.— We perceive that J. M. Airey, Esq., M.C. for Port Phillip, has an nounced to his constituents that urgent private bnsiness renders it necessary that he should proceed to England immediately, and he therefore resigns his seat in the Legisla tive Council, but pledges^ himself to exert his influence at home inrhe cause of the district. - ?'?x:-.[ :( .;?:.? ?'..-- ,-;r :.;:..,.:. . .»:

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POETRY. De Bonnippe A Dismalle Table. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 10 June 1848

, [rojmTril o $}*? ^onfiij)p?.-gt ;5BfemaUc:®aBlc.' Ye birclie an ye taws hungc'on ye walle^ -( 'Of Horatio ye' CoftVite -de Peter5talle\Jl ?? ' An'^ yd b'oyes'hadde lefto'ye'Schoole some dayes .To^spende yer Easter, Holydayes ;\. ,[ ? ' ' An'~ve Countc behelde.vnth an eye of pryde His/fieautifulle charger ystl pranced putsydc.; Whyle he with his longe tayle seemed to be Ye iove of his master ye Domine. , Oh-ye Bonyippe, Oh !? Oh yc Bonyippe, Oh f I'm wearied of waitingc now ho cried To his yonge friend Harric, Wllride, we'll ride, So keeppc a look out, we'll 'be sure to trace The clue to yr merrymakinge place ; Away ycy went and eftsoons did scan Ye spot whore ye partyo had camped on, ? And younge Hairic ciied, oh I see ym alle So let us goo down and get a ballc. Oh ye Bonyippp, Oh ! 6h yc Bonyippo, Oh ! Yey tarried yat nighto without .tny invite, And swigged and smoked till yr heddes were light, And houres 1 oiled on, till ye mornc didde come, And yey thought it full time to retnr...

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