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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 17 June 1848

Birth. On the 29th ultimo, at Garra, near Molong, Mrs. Benjamin Darley, of a daughter.

Publication Title: Bathurst Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 17 June 1848

ANY proposition for the circulation and sale of this Paper will be thankfully received, remem bering that all quarterly subscriptions must be paid in advance ; and also, that all letters must be post-paid, or they will not be received. ? .. ? 3WR. SkOIWAN / Is instructed by Mft. Topklari to Sell by Public Auction, at his Inn, the Corner of George and Howick Streets, : ; '» ? ';? ? ?'? ? On TUESDAY, the 20th Instant, at Noon, The BqVSSHO&B FURKTZT'irS&B,, Consisting- -of^Sideboards.lilarge'Wardr^be, Din ing and other Tables, Chairs'j Handsome. Chi hvney Mirror, Fenders and Irons, Ii.ll and other Lamps. Also,— BED ROOM lURNITU^E;: . Consisting of —Iron and otht BedsteadBiiFjeaither Bedsand Bedding, Dresjng Tables|;^j|fe:: , Together with the Kitchen Ut-jisils, Bar furniture, A BELM AUD TABiS, with Cues and Balls, complete. A QUANTITY. ORFLOUR. . BOTTLED PORTER 'AND ALE. i CHERRY BRANDY, ic, &c, &c. Terms— Cas . ? ^ ? _' Messrs. TSESS £KH ASHE Have been ...

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JOSEPH ADY, NOTORIOUS SWINDLER. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 17 June 1848

JOSEPH ADY, THE NOTORIOUS SWINDLER, Has, it appears, been caught hold of by the Post Office Authorities in London, who have sued him for the postage of 208 unpaid letters, which Ady had forwarded to differ- ent addresses, but had been refused by the several parties to receive them. The fol- lowing is from the Times: — "Joseph Ady appeared to a summons issued at the in- stance of the Post-office authorities, for the recovery of £1 14s. 8d. being the amount due for postage on 208 unpaid letters which had been returned to the Dead-Letter office, and which purported to have been written and sent by the defendant. Mr. Peacock, solicitor to the Post-office, pointed out certain clauses in the act relating to the postage duties (10 and 11 Victoria, chap. 85), by which it was enacted that, in the event of unpaid letters being refused by the parties to whom they were addressed, or in the event of such parties being unknown or dead, the amount of postage shall be recoverable from the senders o...

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THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 1848. LATER ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 17 June 1848

THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 1848. LATER ENGLISH NEWS. The long-pending bank case between the Australasian and Australian Banks has at last been decided in favor of the former, at the same time, it is currently reported, that the assets of the latter will more than pay one half of the verdict. The wool sales had commenced, and there had been marked improvement of the prices at previous sales. The price of tallow had advanced to 53s. per cwt. The serious illness of the Archbishop of Canterbury, brought by the last mail, will have prepared our readers to hear of his death. His Grace died on the 11th of February, at the age of 83. He was always a friend to the colonial churches. The Bi- shop of Chester was to succeed the vacant see.   Parliament was sitting, and was rapidly pro- ceeding with the business. The second read- ing of the Roman Catholic Relief Bill was carried by a majority of 186 to 154. The bill for admitting Jews to hold seats in Par- liament was...

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THE RIGHT WAY TO SUPPORT A NEWSPAPER. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 17 June 1848

THE RIGHT WAY TO SUPPORT A NEWSPAPER Much depends upon the supporters of a Newspaper whether it is conducted with spirit or interest — if they are negligent in their payment, the editor's ambition is broken down — he works at a thankless and unprofitable task — he becomes discouraged and careless — his paper loses its pith and interest, and dies. But, ton the contrary, if his subscribers are of the right sort - if they are punctual, liberal-hearted fellows - always in advance in the subscription list—   taking an interest in increasing the number of his subscribers — now and then speaking a good word for his paper— cheering him on in his course by smiles of approbation ; with such subscribers as these, I would forswear, comfort, ease, leisure, — everything that could possibly step between me and the gratification of every laudible desire on their part ; I would know no other pleasure than their satisfaction. How much then can the supporters of a newspaper do to make it ...

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Impounded [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 24 June 1848

Impounded At BATHURST, on the 8th day of June:— Brindle and white bullock, AL over PM Y under off rump and thigh, aged, damages 6d. Yellow and white cow, with a yellow and white male calf, no brand, W near shoulder JM CH under, near rump and thigh, IH off rump, LC off ribs, CWoff shoulder, aged, damages Is. ' Yellow and white heifer, SM near rump, 2 years old, damages 6d. Strawberry heifer, like £ with JF reversed off rump, top off off ear, 2 years old, damages 6d. Straw berry cow, with a black and white male calf, illegi ble brand off rump and near ribs, 3 years old, damages lsl . Strawberry heifer,: no visible brand, piece out of off ear, 2 years old, damages 6d. Black and white steer, no visible brand, top off off ear, 2 years old, damages 6d. Grey horse, illegi ble brand near shoulder, docked tail, aged, 14£ hands! high, damages 6d. If not released, to be sold on the 5th July. R. Yeo. 12s. 9d. ?

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THE FAMILY VISITER. NO. V. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 24 June 1848

THE FAX&S&l^.ViESXTIIS. NO. V. '?' While in the radiant front, superior shines That first paternal virtue, Public Zeal ; Who throws o'er all an equal wise survey, And, ever musing on the common weal, Still labours,* glorious with some great design.' Ip ever the youth of the Colony were called upon to make vigorous exertions for mental improvement, we believe they are impera tively called upon now ; and we hope the youth of this District will be among the foremost to respond to the call. We have already noticed the state of education in ?the District, as taken from the statistical view of the Census. The letter of Archi bald Boyd, Esq., published in The Sydney Morning Herald, lathe1 occasion of this visit. After introducing the Indian invalid, and ' gentlemen of moderate fortunes,' Mr. Boyd says, ' One more consequence re mains to be mentioned. I allude to its effect' on the tone of colonial society. Every nation which lives much by itself is bigoted. Its standard of ...

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Settlers' Wholesale Price Current. SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 24 June 1848

Settlers' Wholesale Price Current. . t SYDNEY. . Wheat. — Colonial, 4s: to 4s._.6d. ;.lVan Die man's Land 4s. 10d.' to 5s. for best. 'Very little in the maoket. ????.?..- Flour. — Without deviation ; fine, £11; seconds, £9. Stock of old flour still heavy. _ - Maize.— Ordinary samples of old maize, at Is. 8d.,to2s. Od. ; new, Is. 7d. Is. 8d. The supply has not been equal to the demand during the week. Hay. — In the market, oaten hay, prime, is worth from £7 compressep hay, £6 10s. ; lucerne, £4, and dull of sale. Barley. — Cape and English malting barley is scarce; former, 3s., and the other 3s. to 4s. 6d. ; English,' 521bs. per bushel ; . Cape, 481bs. per bushel, weight. Oats. — Colonial, 4s. per bushel of 401bs.r and V. D. Dand, 5s.,. wholesale. Butter. — An advance of 2d. in the lb. may be quoted. Best samples, 8d. to 9d. by the keg. Eggs. — From 8d. to lOd. per dozen, wholesale. Cheese. — Realizes from 3d to 4d. per lb. Fat Pigs. — In good condition , at 2£d. per lb. per carcase;...

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Original Correspondence. To the Editor of THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. Bathurst, June 8, 1848. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 24 June 1848

(Sfijjiuftt (£aci:.c5p£fifiteiTCc. To the Editor of The Bat-hurst. Advocate. Bathurst, June S. 184-8. Sir,— In my letter to you of 23rd ultimo, I referred to an article in your paper headed ' The New Land Reg-iilations.' I surmised that it emanated from ' Minto.' But whether it emanated from him or some other it matters not. It contains matter of quite a sufficient character for animadversion. For the sake of brevity i shall call him '? Minto.' The article commences in dogmatical style, with ' The settlement to which the Colonial .Regulations for the Occupation of Crown Lands has been brought is one which must give satisfaction to every consi derate mind.' This broad assertion would imply, that ' every mind' which does not hold the same opinion on this subjretas Minto is ' inconsiderate.' This is wonderful, ' Every considerate mind thinks as Minto does ! ! ! Was there ever an instance of the kind before, that every 'considerate mind' thought alike on a public measure of importance ?...

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POETRY. ENIGMA.—No.2. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 24 June 1848

POETRY. - ENIGMA.- No. 2. I'm great 'tis said, but never large, And little too though never small ! ' I'm present at a gun's discharge, And linger o'er the wild-bird's fall. My partents are the human race, Brute beasts, and raging1 elements ;| I'm with 4he; hounds at ' meet ' or chase, And often in your tenements. Aghast the infant turns at me, Its tears are stopped, its woe forgot, And all at once in frantic glee It laughs and kicks— pray tell at what ? I am not very ladylike, Though sometimes tremulous and soft ; I often drown— and if you strike Me underground, I'm soon aloft ! Adieu— yet this before I'm off il'll say, lest you should wish me back, Just stamp your foot and loudly cough, , You'll own my presence ' in a crack ! ' M.M.S. Bathurst. The Solution- to the Enigma No. 1, that ap peared in last Saturday's Advocate, is — Something.

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 24 June 1848

SzftiVSivis Ztniellisemn. v « ; 'ARRIVALS. ' ' ? : June 14.— -Phcsnix, 'steamer.1 108 tons, Captain ? Wiseman,' from the Clarence the 9th instant. 16.-— Tafnar, barque,; 557 tons, Captain Hall, 1 from Hbbart Town the 3rd irisfcint. ??.-.? '18.— Champion, schooner, 54 tons, Capt. Collas, from More'ton Bay the 27th May. ? 18. — Juno, steamer, 384 tons, Captain Kirsopp, ? from Adelaide the 10th, Portland Bay the 12th, Port Phillip the! 5th, and Boyd Town the 17th inst. 19. — Louis and s Mamdani, brig, 150 tons, Captain Pilfold.froui Port Nicholson the 3rd and 'Wichowite the 20th May. . 20.— Bee, brig, 134 tons, Captain Addamsi from Port Nicholson the 23rd, and Cloudy Bay the 29th May, in ballast. ' ' 20. — Mauhin, brig, 106 tons, Captain Hughes, from Auckland the 31st May, and Kawau the 3rd instant. » 20. — William, barque, 384 tons, Captain John son, from Port Nicholson, 23rd. May. ? .. ,. . DEPARTURES. June 14. — Chaseley, ship, 516 tons, Captain Aldrich, for London. 15. — -Marys, sc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 24 June 1848

ANY proposifimi for the circulation and sale '?- of thtyPager will he thankfully received , remem bering that all quarterly subscriptions miist be paid in advance; and also, that all letters must be post-paid, or they will not be received. Messrs. TSESS AND ASHE . Have been instructed by Mr. Richard Evans, (retiring from business) to dispose of OnJIONpAYyJUNE 26th, at Twelve o'Clock, ? ?..??;!::?'' on; 'the 'Premises, Durham Street, . A'LLiiis; HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, -».. KITCREN UTENSILS, BAR KEGS, &c. Together with the Residue of HIS bTOCK -IN- TRADE. ? - i'-;^ -Terms — Cash. , r lliEARING OUT SALE, . 4 AT THE STORES OF MR/FREDERICK. STRACHAN, WILLIAM STREET, . M .'PUBLIC AUCTION. On WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23th, and following Days, Messrs; TRESS «fc ASKS Have received instructions from Mr. Strachan to Sell ';?'??? A VARIETY OF MERCHANDISE , .without reserve, in order to Clear Out as .,. much as possible previous to Taking Stock on the 1st of July. The Articles will comprise the usu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 24 June 1848

*Their " idleness and dissipation" they may   leave in France. There is a great " dead stock" on hand, and no demand in the colony for these articles.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 24 June 1848

TERMS OP 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. For 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. AGENTS. Mr. WALKER, CConnell Pl...

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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 24 June 1848

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. "Flax'' will appear in our next.  

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 24 June 1848

'Sams of Land.— We notice, as it is not ?generally known, that land can be purchased of ?the Government in any quantity, from half an acre to six hundred and forty acres, at the prices be 3ow, which we ascertained from tlie licenced sur-. veyor in this district, from whom, other particulars may be obtained — 'Half an acre to one acre ....'.. £8 0 per acre. One acre arid less than two acres 4 0 ditto. 'Two acres and less than five acres 3 0 ditto. Five acres and less than 15 acres 2 10 ditto. Thirty acres and less than 50 acres 1 10 ditto. Fifty acres and loss than 640 acres 1 0 ditto. Agriculture. — There is one clause in the recent land regulations which will doubtless (if ?carried out) be beneficial to legitimate farmers— the clause we' refer to prohibits the occupiers of ? 'crown lands from growing grain either for the' market or for private use, and we think that the 'holders and cultivators of private lands may there fore anticipate obtaining- better and more remune rative pric...

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AMPUTATION. CHLOROFORM.—UNFORTUNATE ACCI- DENT ! MELANCHOLY DEATH!! [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 24 June 1848

AMPUTATION. CHLOROFORM. — UNFORTUNATE ACCI-     DENT ! MELANCHOLY DEATH ! ! On .Saturday, the -7th instant, Dr. Machattie again performed the operation of amputation of the thigh while his patient was under the influence of Chloro- form with perfect success. As there are some in- teresting circumstances connected with this case,   we present our leaders with a short account of it:— John Ingram, of King's Plains, publican, had a severe fall from his horse five years ago, by which he received a severe compound fracture of the left leg ; as he was then upwards of twenty miles from   surgical assistance, a considerable time elapsed be- fore his medical attendant arrived, who found him in so very weak a state from the loss' of blood and pre- vious intemperance, that he deemed it advisable not   to amputate the leg until he rallied ; about ten days afterwards, the operation was performed below the knee,, from which he rapidl...

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Police Office. MONDAY, JUNE 19. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 24 June 1848

POLICE OFFICE.   Monday, June 19.   Thomas Phillips was committed to take his trial at the Quarter Sessions on a charge of larceny -Three persons were charged with drunkenness, two of them were fined ten shillings each, and the third one pound, or forty-eight hours in the cells. Wednesday, June 21. Summons List. — Rhodes v. West. — In this case the defendant was charged with furiously riding in the streets, and being found guilty was fined £2 and seven shillings costs. Friday, June 23. Frazer v. Nichols:— Breach of Hired Servants' Act.— In this case a verdict was recorded for the Plaintiff, and the defendant had to pay£l and nine shillings costs. Lane v. Carty — This also was a case of Breach of the Hired Servants' Act, and the defendant was found guilty, and sentenced to pay £1 and 9s' costs, and the agreement to be cancelled. Rescuing a Prisoner. — On Friday, the 23rd instant, Thomas Whitton, a butcher, was charged by Hartnett, a constable, with assaultin...

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THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, JUNE 24,1848. Dissolution of the Council. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 24 June 1848

THE ; JATHUUST ADVOCATE. '??? SATURDAY, JUNE 24' .1848.... ' ©issolutioa of tSae GomaeAI. - On, Tuesday last the Legislative Council ' ; met 'for the- last time and was dissolved by a message from The Governor, borne by the, Colonial Secretary, who expressed the regret of. His Excellency, that circum stances deterred him from attending in per son, and assured the House that it was no want of courtesy that occasioned His Ex cellency's absence. The message was then 'read— Mr. Speaker, and Gentlemen of the Legisla tive Council, — The business of the Session has now arrived at that stage which enables me to re lease you from further attendance on your arduous and important duties. '. A Copy of the Address which you have pre sented me on the subject of establishing Steam Communication with England shall, in conformity with your request, be transmitted by an early op portunity to Her Majesty's Government, with my earnest recommendation that this highly desirable measure may be carried out...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 24 June 1848

[COPY.] To SAMUEL KORTff, Esq., Police Magistrate. rV HE UNDERSIGNED INHABITANTS ?/ OF CARCOAR respectfully -begy 'that- you will convene a Public Meeting at your earliest con venience, to take into consideration the propriety of applying to the Government for assistance 'to1 im prove the Roads from Bathurst to Carcoar. ??-. CSignedJ S. MEYER, ... .''' '*r- it. lodge;', b. stimpson; james boyd, - james twaddle, alexander clark, ' robert1 wilson. Carcoar, June 12, 1843. Police Office,, Carcoar, 12th June, 1848. |j N TERMS of the abovn Requisition ?~- I hereby convene a Public Meeting of the In habitants of this District, .to be holdfih at the Court House, Carcoar, on Monday, the Third Day of July next, at 12 o'Clock. 8. NORTH, '. .'-. Police Magistrate. , . L. FREEMAN, ' S © © T SE J*, 'Z&' S3 '2t, ^WILLLUI - STREET. BATHURST. |P|J-'G?i leave to acquaint his numerous Friends and the 'Public -generally, that in consequence of having such -a Large Stock on hand ? . CAND MONEY S...

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