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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 26 January 1850

,; Notice of Kemoval. ROBERT GILLESPIE respectfully informs the public, he has rented the premises lately occu pied by Mr. Wilde as a Bakery, where he intends carrying on the business of BAKER and CON FECTIONER in all its branches. ?The Shop will be opened for business on Monday next. Bathurst, Jan. 25th, 1850. Bathurst Hospital. THE PUBLIC arc respectably informed that tho Meeting in connection with the Bathurst Hos pital advertised to take place at Mrs. Black's on Wednesday last, was adjourned to Wednesday Jan, 30th, when they are invited to attend. Bathurst Jan. 25th 18 50. s- For Sale. i- THE ENTIRE HORSE SUFFOLK. : SUFFOLK is a powerful draught horse of the true Clydesdale breed. He is a dark grey with ?black points, four years old, stands 16 J hands high, perfectly good tempered, and works well in har ness, either in shafts or traces, singly or other wise.' Can be seen at Killarney, King's Plains, and will be sold a bargain; EDWARD J. C. NORTH. Killarney, January 22, 1850. KTo...

Publication Title: Bathurst Free Press
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Government Gazette. POLICE DISTRICTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 26 January 1850

Government G-azette. POLICE DISTRICTS. Several new Police Districts having recently been established, and certain modifications heving become necessary in the boundaries of those previously existing ; His Excel lence the Governor is pleased to direct the publication of the following boundaries of the Police Districts of the colony, (includ ing 'the district of Port Phillip), and to cancel all former notices of the same char acter. 2. His Excellency deems it proper to re peat the intimation made on previous occa sions of this kind to the effect that, the es tablishment of Police Districts is intended to facilitate the police operations of the co lony, and do not supersede or in any way interfere with the boundaries of counties already proclaimed, or which may here after be proclaimed. SYDNEY OR MIDDLE DISTRICT. ' 3. Bathurst. — Embracing the county of Roxburgh, the northern portionof the county of Bathurst, the northern portion of the county of Georgiana, and the western por tion of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 26 January 1850

''BAT HURST ?' B, AGES. ^^^v^^^f^J^ m°Aim S-fcGT7£fe7ClBi JYllvt o v_/(jUijrxX QJLliJ.l.YAV./.L'i £)? ? ? ? ? — — — - ~ ? -« , ' - ? _ Kolloway's Pills and Ointment. Cleric of - the- Course. T M T v „ , MB. THOWSWHTTWH.; T° '' 'vL^Augus. 9«h. .849. £'irst 29ay, Q*R» — I send you the following particu WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 27th. ^ iars of a case that has just come to my first race. . knowledge, thinking it would be acceptable rpi-IE BATHURS.T TOWN PLATE of £50, for and tend still further to establish the good JL all horses; weight for age ; heats, twice repute of Holloway's Pills and Ointment. round the course ; three entrances or ho race. A Mr. Thomas Clark, a settler at Curra Entrance £5. wang, Lake George, was for a considerable weight for age; heats once round tho course ; medical attendants, after trying all their three entrances or no race ; the second horse ' to skill for a considerable time, candidly gave receive £10 of the stake. Entrance £5. their opinion that his case was ho...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 26 January 1850

Local Intelligence. FORGERY.— The case of Patrick M'Can, recently committed by the Bathurst Bench for trial at the ensuing Quarter Sessions, has been transferred by the Attorney-General to the Assizes, as he judged the offence to be of too grave a character for the jurisdiction of the former Court. AWFUL DEATH.—A friend has communicated ;o us'a few particulars connected with the death of Thomas Farrel, a sawyer, well known in Bathurst, xnd rather notorious for the freaks he has com nittod under the influence of delirium tremens. As is well known, he has been much addicted to inr ;emperance. His drinking fits were very frequent, ind almost invariably terminated in an ' attack of ;ho above disease. On one occasion, whilst under its operation, he visited the establishment of Wil liam Lawson, Esq., of Macquarie Plains, during his' absence, and reported that a gang of bushrangers had assembled in force, and were attacking and plundering all the settlers of the neighbourhood, ?vndwere abo...

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ANECDOTE OF EAGLES. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 9 February 1850

» ANECDOTE OP EAGLES. Some of his anecdotes of 'eagles are really worth notice as illustrating the strength and ferocity of the bird. A couple, cock and. hen, were trapped at the same bait by Robertson. As they were not seriously in jured, he wished to bring them home 'alive. This would have been an impossibility to most peoj^e, as there is but one way of car rying them with any degree of safety : it is by placing the enormous creature under your arm, and holding his legs, immediately above the huge clawa firmly in your hand. As long as you walk steadily, and do not shake him roughly, the eagle- v/H! remain still, and imake no effort to escape. But/ if you stumble, or turn sharply round, it is ten to one that he fixes his talons to the bone in your thigh. Robertson was carry ing the two birds in this manner, and, having come a long way, his' arms became cramped, and he was trying- to relieve thsoo by leaning upon a stone dyke, when one of the savage creatures struck its claw into hi...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 9 February 1850

SVDN'EV. Wheat is arriving fast, and prices are much the same as last quotation, viz., 2s. 6d. to 3s; per bushel ; the sample must be veay good to realise the latter paise. Flour is quoted at the mills at £8 lOs. for fine, and £7 10s. for seconds. . Maize is scarce, and realising 5s. per bushel. English and Cape Barley dull in sale. Hay varies from from £3 10s. to £4 per ton. The best samples of compressed oaten and lucerne are in demand ; very scarce. . Butter is plentiful ; good quality, Is. 2d. per lb. ., . . Cheese is in dehiand, at 3^d. per lb. Bacon and Hams. — Still continue in demand, and very scarce. ' -??'?. Eggs have been rcfilising 8^d. per dozen. , . Fat Pigs arc in good demand, and fetching1 3|d. per lb. . Fat Calyes — nominal. Fat Sheep.— ^Plentiful, and prices rather on the decline. ' Fat Bullocks. — This market is ;vell supplied, and little or no deviation in prices. Tallow is in demand for shipment, at the average price of £28 per ton. A few sample of very ' superi...

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Settlers' Price Current. BATHURST. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 9 February 1850

Settlers' Price Current. BATHURST. Wheat from 2s. ' 6d. to 2s. 1 Oil, per bushel B.-irlcy, 3s. ditto Maize, from 4s.- to 4s. '6d. per bushel Fine Flour. £9 per ton Seconds, £8 Rations. £7 .... Braii, 2s. 6d. per cwt. Butter; salt, 1 Oil; per lb. ; fresh j Is. 2d, 'Cheesei 2d. to 2^d^ per pound* ?-'??'...?:. Bacon, fr,om 4d. to 4^d.per pound ? Eggfs, fro|«.!8d. to Is. per dozea ?'?'., Potatoes, £6 per ton Hay, 30si to £2 per' ton SheepSkins, 2Jto 3i-I. per pound ' Wool, from rid. to 12£d.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 9 February 1850

* The parties thus markod aru still living. ? f Thu islaadera paid their passage from tho-prooeedii of liu aalo of tlie copper takon.frojii thai Hoiinly. ' ' , ?

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Impounded [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 9 February 1850

Impounded, ! At Bathurst, on the 24th day of Jafauary, 1850 :— Ono ?white steoiylH off'rlbs; one red bultbck, white belly, CY off ruiap ;' one red and white' poley bullonk, BDY off rump, piece off off ear ; one red and white bullock EDY off rump, piece off off ear ; one.yellow bullock white belly, E.with DY over' off rump, piece off off ear; If not released will bo sold according to Act of Council. 10s. B. Yoeo, Poundkeeper.^

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Late English Hows. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 9 February 1850

?'?'?? z.a.te mtum&bP Bew«. CEromitie Sydney. Morning Herald. J, .'? TiiBThomas Arbuthhot, which arrived last night Sifter a; fine run of ninety-eight days, his brought English; news, to the 28th October (inclusive.) : We, are fflad to say that the* determination of France and England to assist Turkey,- if -. an attempt were made to. force her to give up- the Hungarian refugees, had had the effect: of causing Russia to withdraw from the position she had assumed on that, ques tion. All fear of a war on that subject was therefore at/an end, and the English funds had slightly; risen in consequence. . France was in a very unsettled state, and the popularity, of. President Loui3 Napoleon; was on the decline. Great preparations were being made: to receive the Queen in the City on the 30th _ of October, when Her Majesty was to open the New. Coal ? Exchange. It was stated, however, that Her Majesty had an attack of chicken -p.ox,. which; would cause the cere mony' to be postponed, f...

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Government Gazette, Jan 30. Crown Lands' Office, Sydney, Jan. 30, 1850. FORFEITED RUNS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 9 February 1850

Government Gazette, Jan 30. Crown Lands ' Offidd, Sydney, Jan. SO, 18501 FORFElTEb RUNS. It is hereby notified, that the undermen tioned Runs of Crown tands having become forfeited/ sealed- Tenders, in the described printed form, will be received at this Office, ..until noon of Monday, the first day of May next, from, the' previous holders, and from any otner person who may be desirous, to'' enter into competition with them, for the purchase^ of the Lease of any one of the said Runs. : ^ 2. Every such Tender must state the term pf yeara (not exceeding fourteen if in an Un settled District, or eight if in an Interme diate District)' for which it is proposed to take' the Run; and whether, in addition to the minimum rent required by her Majesty's Order in : Council, it is intended tp1 offer any, arid if ariy;, what amount of yearly premium 'per thousand 'sheep,- or1 equivalent number of. cattle, for the Lease. / , ;''.''.'? 1 3. As the Grazing Capabilities of these Runs have not yet be...

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PUBLIC SALES OF COLONIAL WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 9 February 1850

PUBLIC SALES OP COLONIAL WOOL. Thb third series of sales of Colonial Wool of the season, commenced on the 13th ultimo, and concluded this day : consisting of ? 17 272 bales Australian , - 11.901 „ Port Phillip 5,770 ,, South Australian 3,439 „ Van Diemen's Lind 5,078 „ Gape of Good Hope 343 ,, Portland Bay - 52 ,i New Zealand. 43.860 1.37S „ Ea3t Indian. It was the general expectation at the con clusion of the July-series, that the prices at these sales; would rule somewhat higher, principally grounded on the extremely active ?late of the Woollen Districts, . and an ex pected support front. foreign buyers. A rather unfavourable change in the, North, (perhaps caused by the then prevail ing epidemic, Vcaused a temporary cessation of business and disinclined many buyersfroro; attending the. early sales, and it was soon to be discovered thatthesprices of certain des-. criptions would not be maintained, particu larly the middle and low qualities of clothing ?wools/which unfortunately t f...

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Select Poetry. THE COMET. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 9 February 1850

::: Select Poeir y£ i - 'J ? THE COMET. A comet vring'd by, hoav'n is hurled' to meet Our world ; too sure 'twiU:destruction. biing ; I fuel our planet tremble at my feet, . I Eee the lofty lighthouso'.totteririg ';'.,'.'- . Tho table disappears,' the guests ure gone— 'Tw'as a sad' festival \fiuiti. all is. told. ' t . ' ? ' On, to confessiou.; trembling spirits, oa — ' Enough; enough— tho world is till too 61(1. Poor globe, through boundless space a -wandering thing, Nights — days confounded, orring without will ; A flying kite, but with a'broken string; ' ' Turning and sinking, turning, sinking still ; Rush through untravelled^yays, until thou dash Against some sun, and (luenohits rays of gold. What rock! How many still their rays would flash Prom Heav'ft I — enough — the world is all too old, Vulgar and stale our poor ambitions are 1 Are we not tired of fools arid-foolish things, Errors; abuses, desolation, war, * Of nation's lacquies, and of lacquey kings ?— Tired of the future'...

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LETTER FROM THE LADY WHOM THE AUSTRIANS FLOGGED. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 9 February 1850

LETTER FROM THE LADY WHOM THE AUSTRIANS FLOGGED. A Gorrespondknt at Vienna, writing on ' the 5th instant, says: * There appeared lately in your columns a letter from Widdin, of which a part, printed in italics, referred to the flogging of a lady by an Austrian officer, and the suicide of her husband in consequence. A letter from the lady herself, who was the victim of this execrable bar barity, which plunged her inta a yet deeper misfortune published in -the fVatiderer, sets ,tbe truth of 'your correspondent's statement beyond all doubt. The editor vouches for the authenticity of the document. ' I will narate to you the, fate of my. family with calmness and composure, for my heart is become stone. In pur neigh bourhood an army of Hungarians surrendered, 10,000 men with 40 cannon. Two days later the Austrian troops entered our jtowii. Tne.v consisted of a detatchment of Lichtenstein light horse, commanded by Gaptuin — — , a native of Rusliby, It is possible- that the great domestic h...

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Original Correspondence. To the Editor of the BATHURST FREE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 9 February 1850

©irtflinal &avre6paixTience, To the Editor of the BATiiuasT Free Press. Sia, — Your Corresponded Mr. Verdigris, appears to have forgotten his own colour', and that in real ity lie is as green as the Green Uns. They were perfectly aware thai. Copper Oie ought to be sold according to its quality ; but is it P, No. By the last accounts from England the supply of copper was not greater than the deman' I, and the Indian being the best and nearest market we have ; the ' prices here ought to be governed by it. ? '\ It is not to be supposed the Sydney Smelters Would run up the pries of copper against them ?elvef, but the question tg, would not the Mining interest at large be benefited by their being content with a fair remunerative profit. ? ' ' .We flatter ourselves we retain our national characteristics which neither time or. distance can. obliterate, but under present circumstances are obliged to assume characters not in accordance .with our feelings. Mr. V. is, or ought to be aw...

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CARCOAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 9 February 1850

CARCOAR. Mbdioai, Profession.— Dr. Bell and family have arrived at Carcoar. He intends commencing im mediately upon his professional duties, and the public of the surrounding country will no doubt bo glad to avail themselves of his services. Carcoau Maces.— Our little village presents a very lively and animated appearance. There are no less than twelve horses training for the ensuing, meet.' Their turn out morning: and evening for exercise has a rather imposing effect, and gives the town a bustling, business-like aspect. It is not in tended that the clown country horses shall have it all their own way. Fatal Accidknx. — Patrick Burns, a small set tler upon Brown's Creek, near Carcoar, met with his death under the following circumstances :-— On Sunday last, he had, in company with others, been to Carcoar, and partaken rather freely of liquor. He left for home between four and five o'clock in the afternoon. When abont half a mile from the township, on the road rising the hill, he was ...

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Country News. MAIL ROBBERY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 9 February 1850

Country Mews. (from our own correspondent.) MAIL ROBBERY. On Monday morning last at half past 3 o'clock, the Mudgee Mail was slopped by two armedjuush- ? rangers, at the junction of the C'ullinbullin and Mudgee roads. One of the. men was on foot and the other on horseback, and neither of them had his face conceah d. 1 he only passenger on the Mail was a Mr. Armstrong! from whom they ruffians - took £18 in cheques and orders, a quantity of cloth ing and a blue stuff bag, containing written docu ments, 'relative to his insolvency &c. . The following is a list of the cheques and ordeis : — One £5 cheque drawn by Mr. George Tabby in favour of — Shepherd.,on the Bank of Australasia, dated Jan. 5th, 1850, on red paper-; 8 orders drawn by E. Cox, jun. upon E. Cox; sen., amount ing to £9 Is. ; one order drawn by Daniel Collins, payable to W. W. Armstrong, on Mr. Howe, of Mount 'Victoria, for £1 7s. 6d. ; ime order of Lewis, superintendent to Mr. Henry Cox, jun., upon Mr. Henry Cox, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 9 February 1850

We do not identify ourselves with the opinions ? of our Correspondents.

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WELLINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 9 February 1850

WEUjINv.TON. Nothing of much importance has occurred liere ciur? ing the past month. Mr. Nicholson the District Surveyor: has bpen engaged.in laying out the allot ments in the Township. This was much needed as parties wishing to purchase could not hn I any of the allotments which were formerly laid out and The state of the weather is rather a dull topic for news unless wo can record some remarkable varia tion. It has been very, hot. and dry during the last month, biit 'this is not strange at this season of ilip year. A few partial thunder showers have fallen in different parts of the district. On the 9th we had a pretty strong gale of. hot wind winch lasted all the afternoon. It was just as disagreeable a day as one can imagine, and on the same day similar weatlvr was experienced at Parramatla and Sydney as reported in the Herald. A heavy shower of rain and hail accompanied by thunder and lightning, fell here on the 17th, but the storm was confined to the immediate vicinity of the T...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 9 February 1850

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. Stratum will appear in out next. .

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