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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 24 June 1848
CARCOAR. THOMAS KIRKPATRICK, CARPENTER, BUILDER & WHEELWRIGHT, BEGS to inform his numerous customers &nbsp; and the public in general, that in future the &nbsp; above Business will be carried on by his Brother (John Kirkpatrick,) at his new and commodious premises, Balabla-street, opposite Mr. Twaddle's, Royal Hotel, where he will be happy to Orders,- which will be executed with the same punctuality, which he ventures to assert has always charac terized his Business.' &nbsp; &nbsp; June 1, 1848. CAECOAR. rfHE INHABITANTS OF CARCOAR ? are informed, that the following Articles can be had of MR. S. MEYER, namely :— An assortment of School Books. Scots' Kirk Catechism. Masters' and Servants' Act. Masters' and Servants' Form of Agreement. New Land Orders. , Warranted ' Magnum, Bonum' Pens, &c. BiLTHURST LIVEEY STAB1ES, , WILLIAM STREET, Between Arthur's Inn and Simmons' s Stores. f? MORGAN respectfully informs the *-*? Inhabitants of Bathur...
FRENCH REVOLUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 24 June 1848
By the J«no,-from Adelaide, news has arrived, that in February last a Revolution occurred in France, which, has issued in the. Abdication and flight of the King- of the French, who has taken refuge in England — the revolutionizing spirit of the French people appears to have burst out sud denly and unexpectedly, and as in the year 1830, so in 1848 it lasted three days. On the 23rd, it broke out— on1 the 24th the King Abdicated in favor of his Grandson — and on the 25th the Pro visional Government was formed.' ; Only a few days before the Revolution the Prince de Joinville sailed for Brazil, with bis wife intend ing- to abidn there for sometime — and a frig-ate had bet'n sent after him forbidding his return to Frnncr. To what extent these events- will allect England it is impossible to say until further information )& received, but it appears from the. excited state, of Europe that war is almost sure to follow. Whether England will be engaged ' in it, is at present a mystery —...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 1 July 1848
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Are Six Shillings per Quartet,. 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, O'Connell Plains. Mr. S. MEYER, Carcoar. ...
IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 1 July 1848
IRELAND. Dublin, MARcri 6.-— The tenant-right agi tation in assuming a formidable character, and if noi counteracted by satisfactory legislation may lead to serious consequences, the only movement which could ' send the peasantry of Ireland to the mountains,' is tms tenant-right excitement, which agitateB with greater or less force every country in Ireland. At the Repeal Association, to-day, there was a loud burst of enthusiasm for the French Revolution. Mr. John O'Connell harangued at great length on the events of which he had been a partial eye- witness, and panegyrised the revolution i'n the high est style. His reception .. was very warm, notwithstanding the mistake committed in his latter letter, ' To the people of Ireland.' which brought him into temporary disfavour with the two ardent sympathisers. The main business done was the adoption of the ' Address *' issued on Monday last by the committee. The rent for the week rose to £100. ? The provinces still contribute their flow o...
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 1 July 1848
SblttpjJtus SnttlU&euce. ARRIVALS. Jume 21. Fanny Fisher, barque, Captain Harrold, from Manila 29th March and Batavia 2nd May. 21. Raymond, barque, Captain Hart,' from Port Nicholson the 4th instant. 21. Petrel, schooner. Captain Gibson, from Port Phillip the 15th,instant. 2.1. Midas, schooner, Captain Johnson, from Moreton Bay the 2nd instant. ? 21. Hyderabad, ship, Captain CastW, from Auckland the 29th May. ' 21. Dorset, brig, Captain Walsh, from Adelaide the 10th instant. 22. Sophia, brig, Captain Tanner, from Soura baya the 8th May. . ' . 22. Jo7m Calvin, barque, Captain Davison, from Hobart Town the 15th instant. 22. Antares, schooner, Captain Kyle, from tha ? Mauritius the 26th April. 23. Amazon, schooner, Captain Howell, from the 'Whaling Grounds. 23. Lady Franklin, government barque, Cap tain Willett, from Norfolk Island the 9th instant. 24. Shamrock, steamer, Captain Gilmorc, from Launceston the ,15th, Port Phillip the 21st, and Eden, Twofold Bay, the 23rd instant.-...
POETRY. ENIGMA.—No. 3. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 1 July 1848
roBTmx. ENIGMA.— No. 3. ,1 am of high and low degree, . ' And various are xny names ; As equal, to Her Majesty, I've undisputed claims. The Autocrat of Russia ,.- Receives me with his guests; . And oft' the King of Prussid * My services' attests. ' Before, 'the Duke' in bdttie field , : ? My plural dress I wear, And gallantly rhy country, shield, When daring1 foes' appear. When bought, I class with parvenus ; When »ew/, am, often jeered; ( ? Included in the Beau Monde news. And by the cit revered. . The soldier and the sailor? both, Strive hard and valiantly, , Arid qui$ their homes (tho\ often loth) . In hopes of gaining ihe.; .,-.'.. . But cease your prate loquacious muse; ? The guessing cap is on; While ye. who wear it bfelles and blues May view me in a Don ! c ?'►... -J '.,?-. . '.' ?- ;'? ? .? .. m.m. s. Bathurst. \. r.,,. . .1 . ??''-?,.'?? ?'??'?' '? ?;?;? ?'? ' , 0 ??? - ' ' ?;'?' '?'? Tiie SolutionHo Enigma, No. 2, is — Noise.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 1 July 1848
Subscribers and Advertisers. Wb beg leave to remind our Subscribers, that the present No. (XXII.) is the first of another quarter. We trust our friends will assist us, as they hitherto have done, ?with their quarter's payment in advance. For the liberal support of our advertising friends, we return our grateful. thanks. Our Carcoar Subscribers, we are happy to state, stand on our list (in number) nearly equal with Bathurst. ? '^NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. ' A Constant Reader.' — We would advise this Customer, in future, to pay the postage of his (Contributions, and not to think' of gratifying himself by' seeing 7iis fal la ]al la poetry in print at the labour and expence of the printer. Such rubbish will not suit our cohcmns.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 1 July 1848
Eating' SSowse and (Deck Siiop. TH O M AS REEVES takes this * opportunity of informing the Inhabitants of Bathurst and its Vicinity, that he has taken the Premises .adjoining Mr. Peter White's, in George Street, where he purposes, on Monday, July the 3rd, to open AN EATING- HOUSE AND COOK SHOP. Hot Rolls and Coffee from 7 till 9 a.m. , Chops, Steaks and Soups at all hours. . T. R. trusts, by strict attention to the comfort of his Customers, and Moderation in his Charges, to merit the approbation and support of the Public. ALL PARTIES having Claims against ?^^ Me. Hector Ross, are requested to present them for payment on or before the 20th of July Bathurst,' June 30, 184S. WANTED, by the Undersigned, A . SMART RESPECTABLE YOUTH, as ail Apprentice to the Drapery and General Store Business. J. GORDON. 3A.LE8 BV 'AUIOTIIOM. . TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, By BKr.-.-.JP.V;Ji,7iLSBa, ;._ On, WEDNESDAY NEXT, the 5th Instant, on the Premises of Robert J6nes' Miscellaneous Repository, previous to r...
THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, JULY 1, 1848. Public Sheeting at Carcoar. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 1 July 1848
THE MTHU11ST ADVOCATE. Hill ?IMWIiil lili 1 1 1 ? ? I Wr FT3^ *MHi*Jr**JV*c'iV -*' * **' *o^«fc*«-a.-w«^B:»-^ittM«»AMAl-*-rfaW«eHam^^AfcB.Ta-''' SATURDAY, JULY 1, 1S4S. Public Meeting* at SJarcoar. On Monday, July the 3rd, in compliance with the wishes of a number of the most respectable inhabitants of Carcoar. the Police Magistrate. 8. North, Esq., hats convened a public meeting, to take into consideration the propriety of applying to Government for assistance to improve the roads from Bathurst to Carcoar. This meeting, we hope, will be well attended, not only by the Carcoar public, hut also by gentlemen of influence in Bathurst. Our trading intercourse with Carcoar is daily improving, more so than in any other district. ?
WRITS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 1 July 1848
WRITS. His Excellency the Governor directs it to.be noti fied for general information, that Writs have been issued for a General Election of Members to serve in the Legislative Council addressed to the Res pective Returning Officers of the Electoral Districts, throughout the Colony, and that the Ghiei Tolling Place, the day of Nomination, the Day of Polling, and the day oh which the Writ is returnable to the Governor have been fixed for each Electoral Dis trict, as shewn below for these Districts, 'viz : — District of ;Bathurst; Polling Place, Bathurst; date of Writ, 27th June ; day. of Nomination, 25th instant ; Polling day, 31st. instant ; Return day, August 8. Districts of Cook and Wellington ; Polling Place, Hartley ; date of Writ, 27th June ; day of Nomination, 25th instant ; Polling day, 29th July ; Return day, August 8. Districts of Roxburgh, Phillip, and. Wellington ; Polling Place, Bathurst ; date of Writ, 27th June ; day of Nomination, 26th July ; Polling day, 31st. nstant...
Original Correspondence. F.LAX. To the Editor of The Bathurst Advocate. Blackman's SWamp, June 19. 1848. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 1 July 1848
^Brtfltitat -£fft*re3}3fmtfcntc. EL AX. To the Editor of The Bathurst Advocate Blackman's Swamp, June 19, 1848. Sir,— In your Journal of June the 10th, I ob serve your request to make a trial on a'small scale on the culture of flax ; I was brought up to agri culture in my early days, in a part of Ireland where almost every inhabitant had more or less flax, and' manufactured it themselves ; I agree with' your opinion, that flax could be brought to perfec tion in this district, particularly as there is plenty of good moist loam fit for the culture and growth of the above ; I also consider it would be of great advantage to the small settlers, as their women who are in the bush half idle would be employed in spinning this useful article. I am no land holder at present, but any person wishing to try the experiment I will give every direction, go my self and sow the seed, and when ripe, will give every assistance to preserve it for manufacture. However, if you let me know where I can get ...
REGULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 1 July 1848
REGULATIONS. The Capital of the Company to consist of Two Thousand Shares of Five Ponnds each. A Deposit of £1 10s. per Share ito be paid to the Bankers of the Company within the time specified in the Letter of Appropriation. , No further call to be made without one month's previous notice in the public papers. In the event of any call remaining unpaid fifteen days after the same shall become due, the Share or Shares upon which such Call is due, shall be forfeited, but the Committee may within two months after the Shares have become forfeited, restore the same on such terms as they may think proper. No person shall be permitted to hold more than Fifty Shares in the Company in his own right. No person shall be eligible to become a Director unless he be a bond fide holder of Twenty Shares. As soon jas the Shares shall have been allotted, and the First Instalment paid, A SPECIAL MEETING of the SHARE HOLDERS shall be convened by Public, Advertisement, to determine upon the Choice of Dir...
RIOTS IN GLASGOW. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 1 July 1848
RIOTS IN GXiASGOW. Glasgow, March 8, 7h. 30m. p.m.— It has been reported during the day, and is be lieved that the miners of Airdrie and the workmen of the Calder Iron Works there, intend cotnine: to this citv thin pvonino- t™ the purpose of creating a serious disturb ance at the Bridgetown mills, at the eastern extremity of Glasgow. The banks have been closed since 1 p.m. All business is suspended. The military continue at their posts, in various parts of the city. One hundred and fifty of the rioters were in custody. About 100 guns and pistols, besides cutlasses and pikes, had been taken by the authorities. A large crowd, however, had assembled in the centre of the city, and fears were en tertained of a fresh outbreak. Large crowds of people have assembled in high-street and its neighbourhood, with out any avowed object for manifest pur poses; but we are strong in police and spe cial constables, and they are now out in all directions to disperse the mob. . The turbulent populace o...
Settlers' Wholesale Price Current. SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 1 July 1848
Settlers' Wholesale Price Current. SYDNEY. Wheat.— The small quantity of wheat that have arrived during the past week have caused a rise. Colonial, 4s. 6d. to 5s.; Van. Dieman's Land 5s. 6d. to 5s. for best. Flour— Has at length taken a start of: £2'per ton at the mills. Fine may now be quoted at £13 ; seconds, £11. Still some of the old flour may be purchased at former prices. Maize.— Ordinary samples of old maize, at Is. 8d.,tols. 9d. ; new, Is. 6d. Is. 7d. Hay. — In the market, oaten hay, prime, is worth from £6 compressed hay, £5 10s. ; lucerne, £4, and dull of sale, being very plentiful. ^.BARLETi— None in the market. Both Cape and linglisjti much inquired after for seed.- -' Oats.— Colonial, 4s. per bushel of 401bs., and V. D. Land, 5s., wholesale. Market overstocked. Butter.— Good salt butter is,,wortliynow from 7d. to 9d. per lb. by the keg-. Eggs.— From 8d. to 9d. per dozen, wholesale. Cheese. — Market quite overstocked. 3d. per lb is about the wholesale price. Fat Pigs. — ...
SOLUTION TO ENIGMA—No. 2. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 1 July 1848
SOLUTION TO ENIGMA— No. 2. How singular that thoushouldst be So paradoxical to me ; When if I speak thou'rt always found In every great or little SOUND. And if the ship's great own I hear, Or sportsman's shot or far or near, Or in my house or in the bush, With men, or beasts, thou still dost rush . More, swift upou my sense than they When pressing hard upon the prey. The pranks and sorrows of my child Are wrought by.thee, now fierce, now mild. Thou art not like a lady— true I 'Xcept Mrs. Caudle comes in view' ?„ Then far from tremulous, or soft, Thy name is NOISE, too muchaloft. 'Tis true, Dame Caudle's lectures droioned When Caudle put her under grotind ; But still, thy presence is come bade In; Caudle's common breakfast tack : Enough to make one. stamp and cough, And rage, and die* and so — ' be off.' ' - W. The Bush. . , '
FRENCH. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 1 July 1848
s'RBHess;. . Property of every kind belonging to the crown is confiscated, and not only is royalty and legitimacy abolished, but Napoleon is in also, by a solemn decree of the Govern ment. . . The Provisional Government had decreed the immediate establishment of the national workshops. . : The Provisional Government had publicly called on the clergy of nil denominations, to invoke the benediction of the Most High on the French people, and to pray for the en lightenment of the ass-em lily in whose hands the future destinies of France are about to he placed.- The. 'Archbish'xjp. had properly, taken the lead in /giving effect to; this desire of the government, and has issued a letter to his clergy, prescribing . the forms of prayer to be adopted on this solemn occa sion. . A deputation of all .the colleges of Paris had waited on M Lamartine at the Hotel des Affaires Etrangeres, to tender him the homnge of their hopes, their confidence, and their devotion. ? ???. ;y An order of the Prov...
OCCUPATION LICENSES. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 1 July 1848
©GCiypaTSOH 2.EGEHSSS. The Occupation Licenses advertised in the Govern ment Gazette, hy the notices dated 29th January and 7th February, 1848, were sold to the under meniioned parties by auction, on 23rd March, 1848 and the sums afiixed to each respectively has been received. SALTS AT BATHURST. — NEW APPLICATIONS. Lot 1, County of Roxburgh, 640 acres, J. B. Snttor, £5. Lot 2, County of Bathurst, 640 acres, Thomas Jones, £5. Lot 3, County of Bathurst, 640 acres, Robert Eonner, £5'. RK-LICENSINO. ' ? ' Lot 6, County of Georgiana, 640 acres, no offer. Lot 7. County of Roxburgh, 640 acres, Thomas Lawson,£5. Lot 8, County of Roxburgh, 640 acres, John Tr.ewren,-£5. Lot 9, County of Roxburgh, 640 acres, John Novell, £5. . ? ? ', j ' -.. v , Lot 10, County of Roxburgh, 640 acres, John Nevell. RE-LICENSING,, AT SYDNEY. Lot 4, County of Wellington, 640 acres, no ofier. ? Lot 10, County of Wellington. 640 acres, Wil liam Lee, junior, £5. ? Lot 13, County of Wellington, 900 acres, Nicholas Rea...
Police Office. MONDAY, JUNE 26. Before the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 1 July 1848
.. Police . p&ce. Monday, June 26. . ? Before the Police Magistrate. J.ihn Roan was brought up on suspicion or being a runaway, and was remanded to Monday, July 10. Tuesday. Matthew 'Wilde, who had been in custody for several days, on a charge ot forgery, was this day discharged on entering into bonds to appear when called on. Patrick Whelahan was brought- up on a charge of Forgery, and was remanded to Gaol until the appearance of Mr. Fitzgerald, of Windsor, whose name is on the check,, which was in the possession of -the prisoner. On Tuesday morning the prisoner went into the shop of Mr. Charles Forbes, and pur chased some goods, and tendered a check in payment ; the suspicion of Mr. Forbes was aroused 'by the manner in which the check was .drawn ; the name was misspelt, and the body of the check evidently filled up by some one entirely ignorant of such mutters, and the man was apprehended at once. The Storekeepers cannot be too cautbus in taking checks from strangers, as -...
WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 1 July 1848
W0OL SASaESS. 'We have been favored by a gentleman in this district with the following wool sales, by J. T. Siroes & Co., brokers, Coleman Btreet, London. As it is of great^import ance to settlers we give it insertion, finding the market prices have advanced in' that article. ,,, SYDNEY.— Superior flocks, Is* 9d. to 2a. Id. : good, Is. 5fd. to is. 8£d. ; average, ls..2d. to Is.' 5d. ; inferior and bad condition, lOd. to la. Id. ; scoured and hahdwashed, Is. l£d. to 2a. 2d. ; lambs scoured, Is. 6d. to 2s.; lambs average to good, Is. 4d. to Is. lid. ; lambs inferior, 9§d.; to Is. 4d. ; skin and breech, Is. l£d. to Is. 7£d. ; pieces and lock's, 8d. to Is. ; Grease, 6 d. to 9d, VAN' DIEMEN'S LAND.— Good to first-rate flocks, Is. 3d. to Is. 5£d. ^average to good, Is. Id. to Is. 2£d. ; inferior and bad condition, 9d. to lid. ; handwashed, Is. 2d. to Is. 6d. j lambs average to good. Is. 4d. to Is. 9d. ; lambs inferior, 9d. to Is. 2d. ; Skin, 9d. to Is. Id. ; pieces and locks, 6d. t...
RIOT IN LONEON. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 1 July 1848
2&EOT EN LONEOK. On the 8th March a singular riot commen ced in the metropolis which originated in the holding of a meeting by Mr. Cochrane — several persons assembled in Trafalgar Square, and the interference of the police with what might have passed off harmlessly enough in the first instance, led to more serious results. On the second day, the riot assumed a more alarming appearance, and is thus described in the Dnily News : At an early hour yesterday morning a number of young men and boys assembled in, Trafalgar Square, apparently bent upon a renewal of the dis turbances of the previous day. For a long time however, they confined themselves to walking about and shouting, one of the mob carrying a stick with a black flag. As the morning advanced finding that no interference on the part of the police took place, the mob which had increased to four or five hundred persons, became more outrage ous, and the whole of the-shops.at Charing-cross and Cockspur-street were speedily...