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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 8 July 1848

Birth.   On the 5th instant, at Bathurst, Mrs. J. Walsh, of a son. Death. At her residence, Bentick Street, Bathurst, Mrs. Anna Maria Roche, in her 48th year, of con- sumption, well beloved by all who knew her.

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BLACKMAN'S SWAMP. POLICE OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 8 July 1848

SIACKKAH'S SWABSP, (From our Correspondent. J POLICE OFFICE. Before J. A. Templer, Esq. ; J. T. Lane, Esq., and Major J. Bowler, Esq., J. P. There, was only one case worthy the considers- . tion of the Magistrates, this week, viz. : Lewis v Boyd — James Boyd, beiner summoned for wages by plaintiff for the sum of £8 Is., the Overseer of Mr. Boyd appeared as defendant, but was not able to rebut the least of the evidence, given by the plaintiff and therefore a verdict was given him for the amount and three weeks wages were allowed him,' being the time he had been kept idle waiting the decision of the Bench. Twenty one days was allowed the Overseer, in the absence of his employer, to pay the amount. Mr. Surveyor Nicholson, made his appearance at Blackman's Swamp, and Surveyed the Allot-' merits ; so we trust shortly they will be put up for Sale, and gratify those enterprising men who in tend to purchase and build.' No doubt there will be a good many bidders, as there are many at this pr...

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POETRY. ENIGMA, No,4. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 8 July 1848

ydBTarT ? '?Z&sjM&^'i&T. The Vesper beHs.^re ringing, AnrsWcr is Tfature^irth ; , ' ? Th'^^jrge6us;sun'is-flin'gii}^5 ' : His farewell ravS oft'earta'.1 - ,,. j^d-.pettetrate.ajecJoiste^d.balJ?,. ' V / ?-:? :v^dj5omejt^tNpn,?®ight.' , . / -In tri'ariy 'form's I.royb. the |and, ? My home is every wjhere: ? T^e^ipcB of- .'Wale^ tender hand, Can make me sma]l.and fair .' I am a true and rMttfuJifriend, Altho' amhnic.rare; For should ypilrr steps .to drowning lend, ?.TqurfatejWilh-.ypui share. - ??'?? One powf rfiil blazing foe J have, Whose hate is so complete, He drives me forth like fetter'd slave. And leave's me'in the street'! ' ? I aid ^he ca|; in quest of- pr^y. But never shield' the mouse. . 'I scare'the^hTe'f^a'nditraek'his way ? ?. ^ -Uriip'thei'* Station-Hbu'se;»- r- -..? ' ?- '? ? AcrosB-Ui';a85a^sih's browl'flit, ? -Prepared forall his wiles ; .And calmly- on the mai'den's' sit, ? : ) Tillxhased away bysmileg;' ' ? t-l'm tall and'short;fand rourid^an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 8 July 1848

ANY proposition forthe'circulation and sale of this Paper will be thankfully received, remem bering thatr all quarterly subscriptions must be paid in advance i and also, that all letters must be post-paid, or they will not be received. APPLY i AT ' . ' THS ' ADVOCATE' OFFICE ''?'????? F-Hl THE. F,QL1|O.WINQ. AttXICLES ;?—.?? ?isnkj&h E,I$ q$ every description, Masters' -attd Siwv.Ati.tB^Akrt;1---' Plunkett's Australian Magistrate, Price 14s. Buonaparte's Book of Fate; or, the Oraculum The Xiand Regulations, with the Forms of Application taw vers' Parchments MUSIC PAPER BXSX.ES, TESTAMENTS, AND Church of England Prayer Books A/variety of CATKOXdlC. Prayer Books, Testaments, &.c. HT,B.- — livery article of Stationery : ' . always on. hand, at, low prices. Second-hand- €3% for Sale, , NEARLY AS1 GOOD' AS' NEW, ' ! AT, M ? L A, 17 G.H L A. ^' S ? COACHi £^i FACTORY, Old Mimtaex Barracks,.- '. WILLIAM-STREE'r, BATH;URST. ? I ? Wjth a Compi/Et^. Set of /Harness. J AJtt 'E ...

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THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, JULY 8, 1848. The Forthcoming Slections. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 8 July 1848

THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, JULY 8, 1848. The Forthcoming* Sleotlons. Oor readers will perceive on reference to oar columns that the writs are issued for the General Election, and that the 25th inst. is to be the day of Nomination for Bath nrst. Francis Lord, Esq., oar late repre sentative, is again in the field, and his par tisans appear to be confident of -his success. He has had a fair trial of five years standing, and the electors are now - in a position to jndge of his fitness or otherwise for the office of senator ; at present, we are not aware that any other gentleman has entered the lists in opposition. O a Tuesday last a meeting of the electors was held, at which there was quite a display of energetic feeling, and it was then resolved that J. B. Darvall, ? Esq., a barrister, in Sydney, should be in Vited to Bathurst, that the electors might have an opportunity of choosing between the two. So far good. But we are decidedly of opinion that a district so large, wealthy, ?...

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CARCOAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 8 July 1848

CABCOAE. On Monday last the 3rd instant, in com pliance with the wishes of a number of the inhabitants ofCarcoar, Samuel North, Esq.. P.M., convened; a Public Meeting at the Court House, to take into consideration the urgent necessity of Preparing the Roads between the towns of Bathurst and 'Carcoar, however, we nre Borry to state, that through severe indisposition that gentleman was nnable to attend. \, Robert M'Diarmid, Esq., being unanimously called to'the chair, opened the business of the- meeting- by reading the requisition, and stated he was Borry that the gentleman who had called the meeting was to indisposed as to prevent his attendance, I however, as they had placed him in the chair he should feel it his duty to carry out the object of the. present meeting which he hoped would he to the satisfaction of all. Moved by Mr. Archibald M'Diarmid, and se conded by Mr. James Boyd, . That this- meeting viewing the impassable state of the Roads between the towns of Bathurst and Carco...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 15 July 1848

Settlers' Wholesale Prloe Current. ? SYDNEY. '?'....? Wheat. — No alteration. Holders of Van Die men's Land are asking 5s. 9d. Colonial, 4s. to 5s. according to quality. ' ?. ? -; Flour — No alteration at the mills. Fine may be quoted at £13; seconds, £11. Still some of the old flour may be purchased at.Jass t^an the. ?mill prices.' . ' ' '. ' . ' ' ''.-?'?' -V'; Maize.— Ordinary samples of old maize, at Is. 8d.r tol3. 9d. ; new, Is. 6d. Is. 7d. A great deal has been' spoiled through heating in the vessel. Hay. — In the market,' oaten hay, prime, is worth from £5 compressed hay ,~£3 2s'. o'd.j lucerne, £4, and dull of sale, being very plentiful. ~ Barley.- — None in the market. Both Cape and English much inquire'd after for seed. ? Oats.— Colonial, 4s. per bushel of 401bs., and V. D. Land, 5s., wholesale. Market overstocked. Buttek. — Good salt butter is worth now from 6d. to 8d. per lb. by the keg. ? . ? EGGS. — From 8d. to 9d. per dozen, wholesale. Cheese.— Market quite overstocke...

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PUBLIC WESTING. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 15 July 1848

' PUSXaXC MEETING. ? On Wednesday the 12th instant,' in pursuance of public announcement, a Public Mooting was held at the Coach and Horses Inn, Kelso, and soon after one o'clock it was moved by J. B. Richards, Esq., and seconded by T. Hawkins, Esq., that J. VV. Lowe, Esq., should take the chair. The Chairman said that the assembly was aware of the object of- the meeting, which was to propose to them some fit and proper person to represent them in the Legislative Jissemblyj ? T. Hawkins, Esq., said he had the honor to pro pose to them the name of Mr. SuttoiV who, after a lapse of iivo years, was ,again in the field, as a Candidate for .the. honor . of representing the i Counties of Eoxburgh, . Eligh and Wellington iiM the Council. He, (the Speaker,) thought that after five years service, during- which : period Mr. Suttor had been faithful to their interests it would not bo becoming in them to turn' rouild upou him and. oppose him. .He had been, led to. suspect from cer tain placards...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 15 July 1848

'Application- for Shares to be made to: Mr., Heathorw, the Provisional Manager.-, or, to the'. Solicitor, Mr. J.N, M'Intosh, Bathurst ; ifby letter, the postage mustbe paid. ,.,'...,;.. . ;.: ... . , . . . '. , r. ;. ' ^.._ To the Provisional Committee of ?' The Qathiitsf Mining Company,' Gentlemen* ..-.-??. -..?.- v _ 1 request you to allot me Shares- of £5. each, in, the above Cmtfjpany, and I undertake; to accept the same, and to pay the deposit of £ H per Share therson into the Union Bank, Bathurst,' on account of the Company, within fourteen days after notice of such allotment. , Name Address TCVIOM this date MR. TRESS, will conduct - JB_ the Business of AtJOTioNEEE and Com mission Agent on his own account, and he trusts, that by perseverance and strict attention to the mtetests of parties placing property in his hands to dispose of, to merit-a share of their patronage and support. Office, 'William Street. Next Door to the Printing1 Office. Bathurst, July 1, 1848. . . - MR. TRE...

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THE FAMILY VISITER. NO. VI. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 15 July 1848

THE FAK1LY VISITS. NO. VI. ' The philosophic youth , ' To Nature's voice attends, ? -. ? ' Feels all her sweet emotions at his heart While Truth, divinely : breaking on his mind, Elates his being, and unfolds his powers.' Bobkb says, ' the characters of nature are legible, it ia true; but they are not plain enough to enable those who run to read them. We must make use of a cautious, 1 had almost said, a timorous method of pro ceeding.. We must not attempt to fly, when we can scarcely pretend to creep. In consi dering any complex matter, we ought, to ex amine every distinct ingredient in the com position, one by brie ; and reduce every thing :,to, .thej_ utmost 'simplicity ; since the condition of our nature binds us to a very etrict law1 ;an'd:: Very- narrow limits^ We ^-:-.-^~~--^-d'/'--:r-:/?-:':.:Vi-\-^'-'-----.v:-.;:--:.- ought.afterwaB-dsto rfe-examioie the princi plesby )the effect of the compositiori, as ?well7a8j the-jconippsitwni-'byv thlat^ of s the principles. } ' We opgh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 15 July 1848

Pop Sale by Private Contract;, THREE HUNDRED RAMS. TWO HUNDRED ONE-YEAR AND ONE HUNDRED TWO-YEAR OLD. . fll^HE above are bred from Pure Rams out of J!l the, Chojcest ..Ewes, .strong well framed Sheep, fine heavy wool fleeces, some of the Sires having cut upwards of Slbsi cli-an washed. The bIoodgusearr3Maxwell'S,i5Bettington-s & M' Arthur's ? For, particulars ^as to prjee, &c, apply to . . ? ... ?. , . . WILLIAM ? Rr. TRESS, f.t-N , ' , .-.?;.-' . ...Auctioneer, and Agfiit , K%rt Dtw tq the; Printing Office,) .'?..', . . .'? ; ' To Publicans, Storekeepers, -fe,c. IMP OUTERS, OFs WINES.ANJX* SPIRITS, 'M|ft EG' to~ inform,' Pubiica'nWntToth'ers; th'at Wft5& they have1 on 'hand, in Sydney, a1 large and well si'lect*-du Stock 'of^ Che ab6V, 'which they can supply in any quantities and at'as low Elites as any house in the City1. ' ' ' rf ' The whole having been carefully selected ' and bought Yor Cashf ih England1 by one of the 'Pirn , S. B. with confidence sssert...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 15 July 1848

Mr. Darvall the Candidate for Bathurst has been invited to stand for Cumberland, but has declined; the invitation, in consequence of having accepted the invitation fiom Bathurst. Mr. Darvall is there fore determined to contest the election. A meeting- of the friends of J. B. Darvall, Esq., ?Bras held last evening (Friday) at Mr. Jteed'^s Hotel, for the purpose ot forming a-eommittee to secure .the return of Mr. Darvall in the ensuing election. A letter was read by Mr. Bligh that Mr. Darvall had sent in reply to the requisition*, in which Mr. D. stated his determination to contest the 'election at Bathurst, and stating his intention of boingjin Bothurst before the day of nomination. A working committee, consisting of thirty-nine individuals was appointed. C\rcoar. — The fears entertained by many of the electors, that Mr. Lord, their late dead member, would riot be opposed at the approaching election, ?were somewhat relieved by the arrival of the mail, . which brought the intelligence...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 15 July 1848

ANY proposition for the circulation and sale of .this Paper willie tharikfillly received, remem bering that aU'quatterly subscriptions must be rpaid in advance; arid also, 'that all letters must be post-paid, or they will not be received. ~~' APPLY - . , ''??.' AT ? . ' ' THE \::f* jeLDVpCATS' OFFICE .. ? FOR THE FOLLOWING' AHTZCtKS: — *Hfm APE a of every description Masters' and .Servants' Act ^lumkett's Australian Magistrate, Price l4si:-''-v ~-^: - ?? ' ? Buonaparte's 3ooli of Pate; or, tne OracuUun v THe Land Regulations, with, the Forms of Application tawyers' Parchments IttUSXC PAPER BZBX.ES, TESTAMENTS, AND Church, of England Prayer Books ,'ji variety of CATHOLIC Prayer Books, Testaments, &.C. rW.B.— Every article of Stationery always on hand, at low prices. Second-hand G-ig- for Sale, NEARLY AS GOOD AS NEW, AT M'LA UG H L A. N-' S COACH FACTORY,. Old Military Bauracks, WILLIAM-STREET, BATHURST. With a Complete Set of Harness. BATHURST IIVBRV (3TAB1BS, WILLIAM STREET,...

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THE "BATHURST ADVOCATE. SATURDAY. JULY 15, 1848. Electors and Representatives. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 15 July 1848

SATURDAY, JULY 15, 1848. Electors an-3L Representatives. Tfik/ present state' of ^affairs- among us is oneofths (deepest interest that can engage the attention' of the people. It is no less than the Election of - men ito represent the ? rest of their fellow men, and to make laws for - their Asocial and * colonial ' condition . Every elector is f;abbut tti transfer' his right, title, and interest, for. the time being, into the hands of a .solitary individual, who pledges himself, to legislate and vote for each individual, so as to secure the largest ttmount of iudividual'gopd that crin be con sistent with, the good of, the whole. Every elector in this important transaction is a free man— he is u voluntary) agent-— he is in vested with legal powers, which, fully recog nize his natural rights, which rights he is about to. resign to the trusteeship of his re presentative^ — he voluntarily lays his purse -at the feet of the man' of his choice, and reserves only to hibaselflhe right to gr...

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REGULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 15 July 1848

REGULATIONS. The CAPITAL of the COMPANY to consist of TWO THOUSAND SHARES of FIVE POUNDS each. A DEPOSIT of £1 10s. per SHARE to 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 bona fide holder of TWENTY SHARES. As soon as 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 DIRECTO...

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Police Office. FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 15 July 1848

Police Office.   FRIDAY.       James Mason pleaded guilty to the charge of   drunkenness, and was sentenced to be mulcted in ten shillings, or to be locked up for forty-eight hours. Jemmy, after patrolling the streets for some time, with a member of the batten at his heels, by hard begging, he succeeded in obtaining the needful and dismissed his companion, who seemed up to that time to be much attached to him. The poor unfortunate Jemmy has, this day to make his ap- pearance at the Colonel's levy, but we are afraid he will afterwards make his entree at Mr. Chippendale's Hotel, which we hope will act as a caution to him. Daniel Kitson had been apprehended by the Chief Constable, and was brought before the Bench on   suspicion of robbery, he having been found, con- cealed on the premises of Mr. Rotten. He was sen-   tenced to twenty-eight days' imprisonment in the Gaol.   &n...

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BLACKMAN'S SWAMP. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 15 July 1848

BLACKMAN'S SWAMP.     (From our Correspondent.)             MOORE v. NEBBITT. —The plaintiff charged the   defendant with making away with flour the pro- duce of fifty-seven bushels of wheat, which plaintiff     gave him to take to the mills to get ground which he turned to his own account. It appeared in the course of the examination, that a partnership ex- isted between them, in consequence of which the case was dismissed, the plaintiff being ordered to sue the defendant at the next Court of Requests, their Worships admonishing Nebbitt. as to his future conduct in such cases.   The Rev. Mr. Bourgeoise, R.C.C. will perform divine service at Mr. Arkins, on Tuesday next, and at Mr. M'Kellop's, Summer-Hill, on Wednesday ; there are a number of children for baptism. ACCIDENT.— A few days back the children of a shepherd named Keefe w...

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ENIGMA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 15 July 1848

ENIGMA. To my first do belong three fourths of a cross, Take aught from a circle, my second has loss ; In my next are half circles, in number but two, Well cemented they are by a stick without glue ; Two sides of an angle, erect as you please,   Are enough for my fourth, tho' for more, some may tease,         Add a circle divided, and circle complete,— Then, I'm such as the poor or the rich often great. To the fair, I'm offensive, and whilst me they shun, Alas ! for a few, I oft strengthen their fun ; From the drawing-room banished, I'm content with the street,       Yet, sometimes in the Palace with many I meet. In sorrow, in mirth, in business or care, To many a one, I'm beyond all compare ; Still my worth is a problem, not easily solved. And to use me — in misery has many involved. A. A.     Bathurst.       &a...

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ENIGMA,—No. 5. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 15 July 1848

ENIGMA.— No. 5. When boomed the dread canon o'er Waterloo's plain,                   The Emperor tightened his war charger's rein;   Advanced— and despairing, to General Ney, Gave me, while round him his slaughtered troops lay.               The Victory won, and deserted the field, Destroyed, I was forced with the vanquished to yield.                     I'm old as the world ; am of Heavenly birth ; Yet scorn not to dwell with the things of this Earth.     The planets revolving in glorious sphere, With me take their course each vanishing year. I'm beautiful, even my enemies own,     &...

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POETRY. SOLITUDE IN THE bUSH. TUNE—Gallant Huzzar. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 15 July 1848

POETRY. SOLITUDE IN THE BUSH. TUNE—Gallant Hussar. One morning for sweet recreation, rambled along Bathurst Plains,         When Sol shone refulgent most pleasant, the small birds sang in each shade,   Combining their notes in concert —and melody seem'd on each bough,   In praise of this delightful valley, the prolific plains of Kelso.       Kelso is bounded with rivers, with mountains and fine level plains,               With beautiful clear, crystal fountains, refregerent in every gale;       Here we have schools for our infant training, where religious liberty flows'; Anxiety to us is a stranger, on the prolific plains of Kelso.               &...

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