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BLACKMAN'S SWAMP. POLICE OFFICE. THURSDAY, May 25, 1848. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 10 June 1848

'*X,JLOKXAJr8 SWAMY, POLICE OFFICE. ., ? TnuasDAT, Mat 25, 1848. This being Court of Request day at our Police Office J. A. Templer, Esq., and J. T. ;Lane»- Esq., J. P., were the Magistrates present. Hamaghan v. Quinlan, the plaintiff in this case sued 1 for £9 lOs. sterling, due by a proi rnissory note. Verdict for the plaintiff with costs, which was paid. ; . ,/ - J; P. Hull v. Vickbes. — Mr. Hull, tra veller? in Summerhill, sued defendant for £\ 158. ; he did not appear ; a verdict for the plaintiff with coats, or an execution on his goods. ' ; Daultom v. LBABT.—The plaintiff sued for £7 10s.; a set-off being- produced for the hire of a team and one day ploughing, a verdict for the balance was ordered by the bench and immediately paid. Several other cases, were settled out of ?court. ? ' ,' . -_ ?-.?.-:-.*??..?.'?? :'??-, Thursday; Jonb 1. ; /William Kable appeared on summons for an assault on Mrs. Jenners, at Guydng, but before the bench eat the case had been set tled out of cou...

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THE FAMILY VISITER. NO. IV. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 10 June 1848

? ' TSS33 FADKIxiir VSSITBR. NO. IV. ' Soon to bed, soon to rise, Makes a man healthy, wealthy,- and wise,' Buffon in his youth was very fond of sleep : but, finding it robbed him of much valuable time, he promised his servant a crown every time he could get him up at six o'clock. Joseph called, and sadly tor mented his master, who scolded and dis missed him. The promise was renewed, and Joseph perceived, for some days, the defiance of opposition, and succeeded. To this circumstance, Buffon says that he owed ten or twelve volumes of his works. Nothing is more common than to hear of the want of labourers ; of every class, age, and.' sex. It is the cry from one end ofHhe Colony tbi the1 other, Under such pircumstances we should naturally: expect to jind every class of isocietya bending amder [he pressure of ;. excessive, -and ?; prolonged labour; ; We should expectitojhear each in dividual : complaining ; that :the sun went Jown too soon and; rose- too late. We should expect tov see v...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 10 June 1848

SbklpVing SutfUfffeiKe. ARRIVALS. - Ma'?31.— Star of China, schooner, 101 tons, Captain Dowker, from Taranabi, New Zealand. ? ' 4th May.^ ? ?-'?*?? ?- ? y '??? :''\ '?- ?'?-? '::--- ? ---r-: Jdne I.— Ann Bates, barque, 377 tons, Captain Slaughter, from London, having left the Dons the 23fd January. '' ~1.—Colina, schooner, 47 tons, Captain Brown, . 'from Port Albeit the 23rd ultimo. 2, — Woodiark, barque', 237 tons, Captain Broom field, from Manila the 18 th February and Port -Phillip the 25th ultimo. - 1 3.— Kelso, ship, 587 ton9, ; Captain Roxburgh! returned to port. . \ 3. — Julia, brig, 110 tons, .Captain Downes, re-^ turned to port. , ' . 4. — Souvenir, schooner, 64 tons, Captain Skey, from Launceston Ihe 25th ultimo. i. — Tasmania, barque, 502 tons, Capt. Tucker, from Auckland the 23rd May. ? . 5. — H.M.S. Dido, 18 .guns, Captain Maxwell, from Auckland the 19th May. 5.— Elizabeth, schooner, 38 tbnsj| Capt. Barter, - ?from Twofold Bay the 1st instant. 5.— Despatch, schooner, 13...

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

TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. 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. ,Fpr 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. AGE.NTS. Mr. WALKER, O'Connell Plains. Mr. S. MEYER, Ca...

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CARCOAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 10 June 1848

OARCOAR. The Fox At Fault. — Inforrautions were laid at the Carcoar Police Office against all the Publicans, by Mr. Chief Constable Fox, for neglecting to keep their lamps lighted at night. The Bonnyfaces subscribed toge ther to secure tie services of Mr. M'Intosh, who worried the poor Fox to such a degree in the first case, \hat he in despair withdrew all the rest of the informations. There is an old adage which saith ' Men who live in glass houses should not throw stones.' A constable who » a thief-catcher deserves the thanks of the community ; but there is as little credit due to a petty paltry informer who sneaks about the premises of a pub lican, to secure a fine, as there is to an official who violates his duty and public decency by being led through the streets in a state of beastly intoxication. We do not say this is the case with Mr. Fox. Practical Politeness.— (For Gentlemen.) — Rule 1st. — On entering a drawing-room where company are assembled, salute the lady of the hous...

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

ANY, proposition for the circu ation and sale , of - t his Paper will be ihdnkfullx received, \remem- ' bering that all- quarterly sub\criptio-ns must be paid in advance ; 'and iaisf, that aW letters .. must be post-paid; or they tqiU not be received '.; , ,. ... .,.,,, ,„_„;;.:.?.?..._, *-.,,,/ - ;. TSESS ABTS -ASKS .Have been, instructed' by /Mr. Richard Evans, - ? i (retiring from busin/ss) to dispose of On MONDAY, JUNE fith, at.Twelve o'Clock, ..;:.,. .^.pnthe Premises, iliurliavi Street, A LL his HOUSEHOLD FITRNTTttre, }**? KITCHEN JjayswoiLo, -JiAR KEGS &c. f . ^s^g-cthcr with 'the Residue of ' ;^H)^r'liT.Q C K - 1 N-TRADE. / '? .- ' |W, Terms— Cash. .2^4/^ .?,?--? .^ J: /..v''';- ?-'??».. ? „ ? *\ JB. -3EKE SI S S..T. V & Z A Ei SS A, / \ BOOT ANJO SHOEMAKER, W I I^LI A M-STREET, B A T HURST, 'Ib ^ ^ '° ac-rja'nt his frinds and the -''^ Mublic, that .he has A, LARGE, ASSORT MENTjdf .BOOTS AND SHOES -on hand, of a su'periq quality, of- all sizes, namely: — ;. -...

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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 10 June 1848

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS.   'We give insertion to Cato's communication on account of the principle of its argument, the application of which, to all our Colonial poli~ cies, is so obvious, as to need no illustration from us. We neither pledge ourselves one way or other to Cato's illustrations, except as re- gards the influence of the Press, in conducting which, it shall be our steady aim to advance every measure that is calculated to promote our individual and Colonial welfare.

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Impounded. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 17 June 1848

1 ?'?-??y:K impounded ,# KELSO; ori' the' 20th May :^-Black horse, WFnear shoulder, blact points, star in-' forehead, and white' spot' ori hosj, 4 years old,; 14» hands higj; 'White billlbck inclined to strawberry, JJ nbarlrump and ribs', tbp^ off near ; ear, aged. Sttaw berylpoley cow, PMovef 2 near hip. Birindle sided pbley lieifer, same brahdsi Red bullbckr, little White onj back arid belly, piece out of both ears, JS over J, tlie JS reversed; ? Red and1 white strawberry heifer, like J' sideways- bAer Hi near rump, 2 years old. If riot released1 they will be' sold ori the 28th. instarit,'at Arthur's Inn, Bathurst J. Trewren. 11s. 3d. At CARCOAR, on the i9th May .—Black cowr piece out of the side near aar, like J reversed and B off, rump; Bnll calf, uribranded. Black sided cow, white back arid belly, --W off rump, W off ribs. Brindle bull calf, unbranded. Yellow and white1 poley cow, TS over 3 off rump. Brindle bull, white belly and face, LC' off rump, 3 years old, damages 5s. Bro...

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POETRY. ENIGMA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 17 June 1848

POZTBT. ENIGMA. In the blue vault of Heaven, on Earth and^inSea, If you gaze with attention, you'll surely find; me.; In the hands of tho Prince and our 'well-beloved Queeri ? In a thousand strange forms I am frequently seen j By.the-^nchorite worn, bysthe Hermit and Nun, . And for mo in your childhood — how often you've run.!-. ,:J.:fJ; .....:;,...?;.. v _.i ,Whenyou search for a treasure of value and cost, With delight you find me, for 'tis meypuhaye lost ! I'm possessed by -the Noble, the Pauper and Belle And am that upon which the brave Ponsonby. fell : Iiii the Palace, the Stable, the Larder and Street, My Chamelipn-like self will your fair vision greet; If , you weep, 'tis for me ; if you sigh, 'tis the same ; Not a spec in this world but has me for its name ! I have done — for I see you are thinking of me, Whom I'd fain recommend you to swallow at Tea ! Bathurst. M.W. S.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 17 June 1848

Settlers' Wholesale Price Current. SYDNEY. Wheat.— Colonial, 3s. . Gd. . to Is. Some very good samples fetched 4s; 6d. Flour.— Without deviation ; fine', 11s. ; seconds, £9, and will remain soy. unless wheat rises. 4 Maize. — Ordinary samples of old maize, at Is. 8d.,tqls. 9d. ; new, Is. 6'd. . 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. Gd. i grass hay, 2s. Gd. to 3s. 6d. pe_r cwt. ? ? :' ? , . Barley.— Cape and ?.. English malting barley is saleable ; former, 3s., and the other 3s. to 4s. Gd. ; English, 521bs. per' bushel ; Cape, 481bs. per bushel, weight. Oats. — Colonial, 4s.. per bushel of 401bs., and V. D. Dand, 5s., wholesale. . Butter. - — Not sopjentiful as it was, and a slight advance may be obtained. Eggs.— From 8d; to lQd. per dozen-, wholesale. Cheese. — Realises from 3£ to 5d. per lb.. Fat Pigs. — In good. condition, at 2£d. per lb. per carcase ; pigs i from 80. to lOOlbs. ...

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IT'S NOT FAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 17 June 1848

IT'S NOT FAIR. The following piece of drollery is extracted from ' The Bairnsla Foaks' an' Fogrnoor Olmenack, for- 1847, be Tom Treddlehoyle, Esq.' — an almanac in one of the provincial dialects of England. « Jt's not fair for a chap to cry -' cockles alive,' When at the same time he naws.thare all deead. It' snot fair, when onny boddy goaze to a grda cer's slio ta bye coffee, and thay gie em it hauf chickory, an mahogany sawdust. It's not fair, /when you goa for a stoan a flaar at ' Hauf a craan , an they g ie yo that at two an tuppance. ' Jt's not fair, when you goa for hauf an ance a bacca, an thay weigh't paper we it. It's not fair, for a chap at sells milk, to goa tat pump before he goaze tut cah. It's not fair, when a woman goaze to buy a bit a tea, to hev sloe leaves an black-lead amang it. It's not fair, for a diressmacker to put folks off, be sayin at thave sum mourriin cum in, when at same time thave'nowt at soart. It's' not fair, when a baine g^aze tut nublic-hause for a ...

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OCCUPATION LICENSES. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 17 June 1848

QGCSTPATIOKr EiICJBETSES'. The Licenses of the undermentioned portions of Land now held by the 5 parties whose names are set against them, (which Licenses will expire on the 30th instant,) may be renewed for the remainder of the present year, under the 41st clause of the Regulations of 29th March, 1848, at the same rate per section of 640 acres, they are now held at, on application to the Colonial Treasury, in Sydney, and payment of the proportionate rent thereof : — LOTS SOLD AT SYDNEY, JUNE 24, 1848. ? Lot 3, Mulmumman, county of Bligh, 900 acres, James Smith. Lot 4, Parish of Huntley, county of Bathurst, 640 acres, James Hogan. Lot 14, Wargundi, county of Wellington, 850 acres, James Raymond, jun. Lots 20, 21, 22, Wialdrar Creek, county of Bligh, 1100, 1050, and G40 acres, George Rouse. Lot 29, Wangoola, county of Bathurst, 1000 acres, Joseph West, jun. Lot 32,. Parish of Napier, county of Bathurst, 940 acres, W. R. Davidson, Lot 34, Couraga Rivulet, county of Bathurst, 932 acres...

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DESCRIPTION OF MODERN POETS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 17 June 1848

DESCRIPTION OF MODERN POETS. In modern days there may be found, Poets of wit, though not profound; 'Who only aim to criticise, What they themselves cannot despise. Imagination they display ; . Ficticious thoughts they do betray, In ridiculing what they know To be hut honest, just, and true. Pouce-Office. — There ha? been only one iase of drunkenness brought before the Magistrates his week, in which the ?olFender was finecl 15s., ,or 54 hours in the cells ; and one case on the Sum mons List, Lane v. M'Anulty, in which tlie defend- . mt was charged with a breach of the Hired Ser-, wants' Act, by absconding from his employment ; le was found guilty, and sentenced to two months' imprisonment, and the agreement to be cancelled. Sales by Auction.— We, call the atten af our readers to the following sales, by Messrs. Tress and Ashe : — Monday, 19th inst., at Read's [nn, draught horses. On the premises of Messrs. Smellie and Barlow, the remaining articles of store goods. Friday, 23rd inst., ...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 17 June 1848

Sbftlppins Itttellistnctt ARRIVALS. June 7.— Cacique, ^barque, )4l tons, M,Kie, master, from Auckland the 30th April. ; l.—Essington, brig1, 123 tons, Lee, master, returned to -port. , 8.— Harrison, American ship, 371 tons, Sherman, master, from the Whaling Grounds. 9. — Sarah Ann, 184 tons, Captain Dunnett, from Port Nicholson the 23rd May. 10.— Christ ma, brig, 126 tons, Capt. Saunders, from Port Phillip the 7th instant. 10. — Phasba, schooner, 89 tons, Capt. Bennett, . from Port Phillip the 7th instant. 10.— Emma, brig, 139 tons, Captain Pockley, from Hobart Town the; 3rd instant 10. — Marys, schooner, 61 tons, Captain Roberts, from Adelaide the 27th May. ? . ' It).- — Spec, brig, 1.75 tons, Captan Burns, from Calcutta the 20th March. 10. — Vixen, schooner, 45 tons, Captain Currie, from Twofold Bay the 7th instant. .10. — Frederick Griffiths, schooner, 54 tons, Captain Brown, returned to port. 11.— Alfred, brig, 130 tons, Captain Napper, ?from Manila the 22d March. '?? ll:~Kelso,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 17 June 1848

SA/lLE-8-/aTP A Wl 6 T II p M ? TRESS «b ASHE Will Sell by Auction, at Read's Inn, On MONDAY] the Uth Instant, at 12 o'clock, HTWO EXC E L LE N T DEUUGHT -?? HORSES Leader and Shafter, with Harness complete One Colt and ope Filly. AFTER WHICH, , On Ihe adjoining Premises of MESSRSl SMELLIE AND BARLOW, Atj half-past twelve o'clock. The few remaining articles of Store Goods, Consisting of — Ironmongery and Soft Good3. I Terms— Cash. ? '! ' ? - ? ? - TRESS 6c ASHE Will Sell b$ Auction, on FRIDAY, the 23rd, at Twelve o' Clock, at their Rooms, ABOUT SIX HUNDRKD VOLUMES ?£*- OF BOOKS, which may be inspected any time previous to Sale. '?'..- Terms — Cash. ' CLEARING OUT SALE, AT THE STORES OF JSSR. FREDERICK. STRACHilll, WILLIAM STREET, BY PUBLIC AUCTION. On WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28th, and following Days, Messrs. TRESS -Su ASHE Have received instructions from Me. Stkachan to Sell A VARIETY OP MERCHANDISE without reserve, in order to Clear Out as much as possible previous to Taking Stock on the 1...

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BLACKMANS'S SWAMP. POLICE OFFICE. June 10, 1848. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 17 June 1848

BLACKMAM'S SWAMP. (From our Correspondent. J POLICE OFFICE. June 10; 1848. Before J. A. Templar, Estj., J. P., and J. T. Lane, Esq., J. P. WilUam&JMunns, of Summerhill was, brought up^onSff warrant for threatening to shoot Moses Sykea. Sykes swore that he ordered Munns to come no more about his premises, when Munns replied that he would come as often as he' chose, which caused a deal of vocabulary on both sides, which ended in defendant ordering his son to bring him his gun. Munns was bound over to keep the peace for twelve months, himself in the sum of £30, and two sure ties in £15 each. Bail being in attendance, the prosecutor and prisoner left the court, drank at the next inn, made several bargains, exchanging land, stock, ? &c, and went home on the1 best of terms. Corse v. Burns, -f- Moses Burns was brought up for absconding from his hired service at King's Plains. The case having been arranged out of Court, prior to the sitting of the Bench, the prisoner was dis...

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MARIA MILDRED: OR, THE IRISH ORPHAN. (Contained from Number XVII.) [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 17 June 1848

MARIA MILDRED; or, THE IRISH ORPHAN. BY A RESIDENT OF THE BOSH. fContmued from Number XVJ1.J -? It was a sight of her well known and affectionate maid that first brought Maria to a consciousness of her situation. She had been, she said, 'with her Maria, Oh! it was a happy meeting.' Why had they brought her back ? ' Am I not really -tying, Janet ?' she added —she paused — ' O, I remember now — yes — well ;' and ?she heaved a deep sigh— ' I am now pre pared to depart.'' Raising herself on one elbow, she . made an effort to spring from the bed; but overcome by fairitriess, she ?sank again on the pillow. ' Do not hold me, Janet,' she said, rather sharply; then pausing again, she added, ' Oh, now I un derstand, Janet ; you must forgive me ; the separation from so much that reminds me of my dear parents has over come trie. I remember it all now. A little wine and water, Janet, and I shall soon recover.' She shed a copious flood of tears, and by degrees revived. . ' Dear Miss Mildred,' sai...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 17 June 1848

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. "Æ. M. S." — We shall be happy to receive any   further communications from our correspon- dent. We shall be glad if any of our readers will fur- nish us with a Solution of the Enigma pub- lished in the first column of our last page. "THE GAOL AND ITS MANAGEMENT — We can- not insert this article, as it is rather inclined to slander individuals.

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Court of Quarter Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 17 June 1848

Court of Quarter Sessions. This Court op QaARTEB: Sessions was held at Bathurst on Thursday, the 15th instant, when the Chairman, assisted by Colonel Morrisett, P.M.; E. Park, Esq., J. P ; J. W. Richards, Esq., J. P. ; and C. H. Green, Esq., J. P. ; disposed of the follow ing cases: — William James, was indicted for stealing from the dwelling of J. W. Bligh, Esq., notes and silver, to the amount of £17. J. W. Bligh being sworn, stated, that he knew the prisoner, who was in his employ merit as house servant in March last, and had been so for some weeks on or about the 20th, on which day he left his house in charge of the prisoner arid gave him in structions to close the shutters and make all fast, as he was not likely to be at home be fore night ; he left home about 12 o'clock at noon aud was on his' way back about nine p.Vn., when he met the prisoner on horseback about four miles from town ; he appeared very much excited, and Mr. B; could scarcely make out what was the mat ter ; at ...

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TEST ENGLISH MEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 17 June 1848

, TEST ENGLISH NEWS. A.'? Machine has been invented by a Mi itelo,' and had been .submitted' to tti ction of Her Majesty and Prince A^ t is called the Patent-Incubator fq * 'g chickens. f ( * irs from a statement in the At]t , dirndl, that legal proceedings have x tuted to arrest the progress of art li .writs having been , issued for po***.* ........ Jn the form of actions for debt and costal71, ' - Injurious' Effects op Chloroform.— - At a recent meeting of the Surgical Society of Ireland, Mr. Stapleton stated that he ? had lately tried chloroform in some cases in Jervis-street Hospital. One man wa3 put into a Bound sleep, but awoke in about a minute afterwards, and expressed himself as having 'been conscious of everything that was done to him ; while apparently uncon scious, he said that he felt himself pinched, and so forth; but was unable to resist1. or. give any indication of feeling. A resident pupil of the hospital had tried it. a day or two before, and was very merry during ...

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