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DRIGINAL Correspondence. MR. LORD'S MEETING. To the Editor of THE BATHURST Advocate. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 15 July 1848

Original Correspondence. MR. LORD'S MEETING.   To the Editor of THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. SIR,— In the Herald of the 12th inst., the Corres- pondent states "Mr. Lord sat down amidst most deafening cheers, it appeared that his explanation had given general satisfaction." This every per- son who was present must admit to be a mis-state- ment, as the marks of disapprobation were at least equal to those of approval ; and whoever reads   Mr. Lord's explanation will acknowledge that it contains nothing to merit applause. The Correspondent also reports that on Mr. Bligh's amendment nearly one-third of those     present held up their hands in favour of Mr. Darvall — and two-thirds in favor of the original resolution — and that it is clear unless another can- didate starts "Mr. Lord's election is sure." Now,   as this also is a false report of the fact, and the comment a most partial one, and evidently inserted with a view to supp...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 22 July 1848

'TERMS OF SUJJSCIUi'TION. . Are Six Shillings per Quarter, payable in advance. Single numbers, Sixpence. Fhe 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 musfcbe sent before two o'clock op. Friday afternoon, and all. orders to withdraw, not later than two o'clock on. Thursday afternoon, or they cannot.be attended ^0.. No verbal communications can 'be .attended to and all .postages, must be pre-paid. AGENTS. Mr. WALKER, QCannell Plains. Mr. $.? MtfY.ER...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 22 July 1848

* Query voracity— Printer's devil — .....' \ . . . . 1OR0M this date MR. TRESS will conduct _§§jj the Business of Auctioneer and Coivi mission Agent on his own account, and he trusts, that by perseverance and strict attention to the interests of parties placing property in his hands to dispose of, to ^merit a share of their patronage and support.- , . - ; Office, William Street. EText 35oor to tihe Printing' Office. Bathurst, July 1, 1848. .. . . MR, TRESS will hold his Monthly Sale of Stock, &c, on the 1st day of each month, at Arthur's Yards. Parties disposed to take ad vantage of these Sales, will do well to give him timely notice, in order- to 'their being duly adver tised previous to day of'sale. Bathurst, July 7, 1848. mv. j. ;J.. ,-a.SHS, Auctioneer and Commission Agent, 'IT^EGS to acquaint the Public that he has Jlljjl taken the Office lately occupied by James Home, Esq., Solicitor, adjoining the '^Queen's Arms'''Inh, together with the spaciousroom 'behind, where he ...

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LORD TRANCIS. A FRAGMENT IN JOHN GILPIN METRE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 22 July 1848

ftOS® ?Fn&ZSGZS',' A FRAGMENT IN JOHN GILPIN 'METRE. Loht- Fitters was a gentleman Of wisdom and renown, Both whicli 'acquirements he, picked up In a small provincial town ; His father was a Lord no doubt, Or else We must believe, ThatW mother of thp scion -?Bid the parent' plant deceive. However to our hero, he, To strength and manhood grew, And promise gave he'd one day shine In v, it and wibdom too ; t But luckless fate had doom'd the youth His early days to pass, In grovelling and low pursuits, Which cramped his mind alas. To gam him ?wealth he had to stoop, (Who will not stoop for riches') To selling grog (not on the sly) Sugar, Tea, and Moleskin-breeches. To such ignoble things did his Aspiring mind stoop down to, With all the scurvy cheating schemes ; With which they do abound too. But all who know what 'tis to feel A noble inind kept under , By the paltry petty tricks of trade ,., Will pity him ; and- wonder That he should merge1 so bright and pure :Frbni such a' mas...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 22 July 1848

To the. Provisional Committee of 'The Bathurst Mining Company,' Gentlemen, 1 request you to allot ?ne Shares of £5 each, in the above Company, and 1 undertake io accept the same, and to pay the deposit of £ f per Share thereon into the Union Bank, Bathurst, on account of the Company, within fourteen days after notice of suc7i allotment. , '? ? Na7ne Address TO THE ELECTORS OF 'THE UNITED DIS TRICTS OF ROXBURGH, PHILLIP AND' WELLINGTON. MOTIGE IS, HEREBY, GIVjEtJ, Jhat the Polling1 Place forr Welhng^ou will be, at Moniefiores, mbtead of Wellington, as before noti^ fied. And that the Polling (should1 such1 be de manded) will be at the 'places undermentioned :-— j BATHURST . .. White' s,\--BathursuH9tel,\Y HARTLEY ? .„ Court House. . . , ' MUDGEE .... Court House. ' ri MONTEEIORES . Couri House. ' T-(' m The Polling will commence at nine o'clookhn the morning, of Monday, 31st day of July mstjtfltr and finally close a.t four o'clock in the a.fternpou pf ' that day. J. T. MORISSET, Retur...

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REGULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 22 July 1848

REGULAT1OKS. ; The Catitax of the Company to consist of Two Thousand Shares of Five Ponnds each^ A DEPpsiT of £1 10s. per Share to be naid to the Bankers of the Company vyithin the time specified in the Letter of Appropriation. - No further call' to be made without one month's previous notice iri'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 iperson 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 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 th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 22 July 1848

Ttf SOME OF OUR AG&NTrf. We should feel thankful to these gentlemen if they would bestir themselves amongst our country subscribers, and causq them to forward us something in the shape of Cash. 'We have often been spoken to about our Paper — that it ought to be supported — and so on — but we are afraid our agents have lost sight of us. We again return our- thanks to Mr. S. Meyer, of Carcoar, for hia quick remittances. S7OTXCS. ALL PERSONS INDEBTED TO ME ARE requested to Pay their respective Accounts to Ma. Richard Fawoett, Collector, Bathurst, (who has been duly authorized to receive the same) on or before, the 3 1st Instant. MICHAEL ARMSTRONG. Bathurst, July 21, 1848. 'So Professional ©entlemesi, Shop* keepers, and Others. igiHOULD any of the above require their s5§P Accounts Posted, Bills made out, &c, by Note addressed to T. it. M., at the Office of this Paper, they will hear of a competent person, whose terms are moderate. , Bathurst, July 20, 1843. ' S.&...

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MR. ROTTON'S SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 22 July 1848

Z&B,. ItOTTOH'S SPEECH. In consequence of the reports which have been circulated, that we for some sinister purpose^ suppressed the remarks made by Mr. Rotton at a ''late public meeting,, we have determined to puhliBh, an abstract of his speech, in order to convince the public, that 'suppression' at the present time ia; no part of our bussiness. Hitherto our columa have been open to the friendB of both parties, and as we desire to exhibit no party feeling, we shall keep them so, during the election. At the meeting referred to, Mr. Bligh, Moved, ' That this Meeting has not confi dence in Mr. Lord, ' and in seconding this resolution, Mr. Rotton said, That from some remarks which had been made by Mr. Heathorn, at the meeting held on Tuesday, about 'black being made white,'he expected that the black spots in Mr. Lord's character, would that day have been removed ; and was very much surprised, when he ascertained from Mr. Lord's own speech, that he (Mr. Ii.) would sooner pay ten ...

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ENIGMA.—No.6. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 22 July 1848

ENIGMA.— 'No. G. WlVen first the light streamed on this beautiful world, My mantle o'er earth, sea and sky was displayed ; And irlorious in heav'n was my banner' unfurled, When 'God once with Noah a covenant made. ? The 'Feast of the Roses 'in lovely Cashmere, My beauty revealed to the old, young and fair ; And maidens with herma tipped fingers were.near, To prove in their bright eyes that I had a share. I glance o'er 'the spray of 'Hie high crested wave, Then dazzling sink )o the blufe sea again. The gems of the Mine, — and the coral, roofed cave, .For my sake are valued, nor searched for in vain. I rise, with the Sun, and I fade with the Sun, I scatter my gifts to birds, flowers and fruits ; 1 waive in the breeze when a vict'ry is won, And rest on a Star when througli ether it shoots. Enough have I said to discover my name, And lips that I've kissed may- now breathe it aloud,' While. Beauty with blushes, and yet without blame, Must own to have met me 'whore officers crowd. I ????-...

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POETRY. THE DAYS WHEN WE GO CANVASSING. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 22 July 1848

P5-H5?SSV. - ' THE DAYS WHEN WE GO CANVASSING. Am — ' The Days when we went Gipsyzng.' On tlie days when v-c go canvassing While canvassing we go, We all are dressed all in our best So trig from top to toe ; We saHy forth to seek for votes To get Lord Francis in, Andwe gammon and bamboozle them And spare nor time nor tin ; And thus wo pass the jovial days ; Nor think of care or woe, . . , ;?'.- While Strachan he finds the feeds and grog To all both high and low, - Chorus.-— While Strachan he finds, 8fc. And first 'of '-all there's Mac the bold* - ? Our man of law and quibble ; He. throws; the bait and all the fools . ? : Are caught who'dare to nibble j -?? ? ?'; Ariel tho'; His true he works for hire ' ? * lie does the besthe can, ? Andif wel^paid^e'll'dothe same Tor any other man. ' ... And thus we pa'ss','fyC' ' / _ . ; ,; ; Next Jem my .Walsh our witty beau i .; ' And Ajd-ider'camp to Mac, ?_ For making puns and writing squibs He has a hajiDy; knack— .; A His bows and smilei.wbul...

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THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, JULY 22,1848. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 22 July 1848

THE BATHUKST I AffVOOATE. SATURDAY, JULY 22, 1848. Ths Election of a representative for the County will shortly take place, and in all probability one of the' two candidates now before us will be returned. The respective qualifications of Mr. Lord and Mr. Darvall are generally known to the Electors ; the former' from being a townsman and having represented us for five years ; — the latter from his career as a Barrister and a Govern ment Member of the late Council; — it be hoves the. Electors to return the man best qualified to discharge the important trust of a legislator ; — and no man . should allow private friendship or personal interest. to influence his choice. The Elective Fran chiseus intrusted- to us for the public good, — we have therefore no, right to make it a means of personal agrandizement or profit; and lie 'is unworthy of being an Elector wh» shall so exercise it. The present is a most important' period of our history. The laws now instituted will form the basis of ou...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 22 July 1848

Died, At her residence, William-street, on the 18th inst., Mrs. George Kable, after a long and painful illness, which she bore with Christian fortitude, aged 48 years.

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Settlers' Wholesale Price Current. SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 22 July 1848

Settlers' Wholesale Price Current. SYDNEY. Wheat.— No alteration. Holders of Van Dif men's Land are asking 5s. 9d; Colonial, 4s. to 5s. according to quality. --V.\ - : , Flour— JSTo alteration at .tho mills. .Fine may be quoted at £ 13 ; seconds, £1 lY Still' some of the old flour may be purchased at lass than the mill prices. : . Maize.-- Ordinary samples of old maize, at Is. 8d.,tols. 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, £B 2s. 6d.; lucerne, £4, and dull of sale, being very plentiful... .- ?_.'-;. Barley.— rNone in the market. Both Cape, and English much inquired after for seed. . Oats.— Colonial, 4s. per bushel of 401bs., ami V. D. Land, 5s., wholesale. Market overs tockedi- ?? Buttek. — Good salt butter is vorth now from Gd. to 8d. per lb. by the keg. ; . . .. ..Eggs. — From 8d. to 9d. per dozen, wholesale.; CHEESE.T-Ma'rket quite overstocked. 3d.1 per lb....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 22 July 1848

aw n/jm 'to ?U-.j--' r;* ?: '.; -;,, ? ??? - . ;' ' .7 ' S^-^fWiP^ojfpsijfepwI/or the circulation- and sale of '[,t^:ii7iis.]^,a^r 'will.be thankfully. received, remem -:ixubering:that all, quarterly subscriptions, must be '''? ^paid'in advance-; and also, that- all letters ' must be [post-paid, or, theyjwill not be received. APPLY .. . . ? -? . . :'?; , . AT . . ? ?SJ2EE,' 'v&B^OGA'EE' OFFICE; FOR.. TUEFpLLOWINGr. ARTICLES :— 'Hnfe -? & 3?t S in ' o£ «yflzaii5 . description BEasters', .aiad ^Spwvwa.zs? ? J&et . '?' 3?2uiali-}tt;'0 ^.Justifaliasa. Magistrate, : . _'? JPriipe 2-&s. '....-,, , ' ..'? . , ',. Buossaparte'5 Hook - of Fate ;? or, th.e - ©srac^um- ; ? ??' '-The Xaijii 'llegt^lg.tiojag, ' with tlie _?-'. ^qr^,'i^,i^|JBlica/tion ..'. '. ?'Esaw.yer^ -??S^arclunents. -SX'BZiSS',-' TESTAMENTS,'. AKTB €JJiur-fc of Sng'lahd Prayer Books 4L',' va-rfety of ' CATBOXiXC Prayer ; . .*'' So'flks/ Testaxnen$s,';dt.a. ? . , M. % .. ~-±M very* article .- o...

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Original Correspondence. To the Editor of The BATHURST ADVOCATE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 22 July 1848

©tCffinal €awtSpan'Uente, To the Editor of The Bathuhst Advocate. Sir, — You were pleased a short time ago to pub lish a communication , of mine on the subject of Influence, for which favour I beg to express my acknowledgments ; and, at the same time, to sub mit the present paper to your own good pleasure trad the candour of your readers. , The. principle of my former communication ap pears to me particularly applicable to the present time of extreme excitability, occasioned by the election of Representatives. That this condition of mind predominates there can be no question. The Placardism, which meets the eye, from one end of every street to the other, indicates the root from which such fruit proceeds ; while the abun dant supply as clearly indicates the taste of the consumers. This manner, and these weans; are certainly popular, for they have obtained popular support — they are sanctioned and patronized by the multitude. To enter a protest against these ' ways and means' may subj...

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CARCOAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 22 July 1848

©.&£&©©.&.:&. A number of Posters were circulated about the town, calling upon the electors to meet on Snturday evening, the 15th instant, at .seven o'clock, at Twaddle's ' Roval Hotel,' there to determine which of the two candi dates now in the field was the fittest person to represent: them in the Legislative Asr sembly : accordingly a number of the elec tors and inhabitants assembled at the above hour, when it was found the room was not sufficiently commodious to hold them, in fact, it was the most numerously attended meet ing:- ever witnessed in the township. John' Tora Lane,. Esq., J.P., being una nimously called to the chair, opened the business of the meeting, by stating his regret that some one more fitting had not been called to fill it ; however, having the pleasure of presiding over so respectable and numerously attended meeting, he felt it un necessary to take up any of their time ns he felt as a Chairman it did not come within his provinc...

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JOHN DARVALL IS COMING!! [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 22 July 1848

JOHN DARVALL IS COMING!!     John Darvall is coming oh dear, oh dear, John Darvall is coming, oh dear, oh dear, And we that invited will look very queer When he's far behind at the Polling. As Bligh o'er King's interest book one evening por'd Said, he's the best man to oppose Francis Lord, Some few I have got, who to vote are well able ; They must mind how they do so— or look at this table ! John Darvall is coming, oh dear, oh dear, John Darvall is coming, oh dear oh dear, And we that invited will look very queer When he's far behind at the Polling.   The first who proposed him was firm and a screw, The second was rotton, unsound, and untrue, When he spoke they soon found out by his style He was a government coachman who drove by the mile. John Darvall is coming, oh dear, oh dear, John Darvall is coming, oh dear, oh dear, And we that invited will look very queer When he's far behind at the Polling. Says Simmons return him we will if we can, Of ...

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Nuts to Crack for Mr. Frank Lord. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 22 July 1848

Nuts to Crack for Mr. Frank Lord. SIR, — Will you oblige an Elector by answering the following Questions :— 1st. — Don't you think it would advance your Tottering Cause if you were to produce some   respectable Certificates (not from your own Party,) as to your efficiency upon Committees ? 2nd. — As you don't speak in the " House," don't you think it would be as well to publish what you would say (if you could,) in the Bathurst Advocate ? 3rd. — As you take great credit to yourself for sacrificing much time and incurring consider-   able expence while attending to your senatorial duties in Sydney ; — a great point could be gained by producing your Tavern and Lodging-house Bills ? — of course Mr. Lord's, at Botany, " Dr. Ramsay," and " Captain Hindson's" would count for "nothing." 4th. — As there are many sheepholders among your constituency, don't you think an occasional account of the skin market furnished by you would bind them to you for ever — after the...

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EUROPEAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 22 July 1848

EUROPEAN NEWS. The arrivals of the Royal Saxon and the Emperor of China have put us in possession of London papers to the 3rd April. Up to that date war had not been de- clared, nor does there appear to have been any immediate fear of it. The intelligence from Italy, makes it very probable that En- gland would interfere. The Austrians had been driven out of Milan, and Lombardy had declared its independence. The Sar- dinians had sent a force to the assistance of the Milanese, which would of course pro- voke the Austrians, and thus lead to that attack which the English Ministry had de- clared they would consider a Casus Belli. The state of Ireland was causing great uneasiness. The bloodthirsty treasonable advice of the Young Ireland party would certainly influence a large party into acts of open rebellion. The next news from Ire- land will, we fear, be of a most distressing character.   THE QUEEN was safely delivered of a Prin- cess on the 18th of March. Her Majesty and t...

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To the Editor of The BATHURST ADVOCATE. Bathurst, July 20, 1848. ELECTORS OF BATHURST. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 22 July 1848

To the Editor of THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. Bathurst, July 20, 1848. ELECTORS OF BATHURST. IN a few days you will be called upon to exercise the great and glorious privilege of a British sub- ject, that of recording your Votes, and sending to the Legislative Assembly a fit and proper person therein to represent your interests. At present   there are two Candidates in the field Soliciting your Suffrages, it is for you to determine which is the most fitting.   One of them (Mr. Lord,) sat in the late Council as your representative, you sent him there a free and independent member, as such he returns to you. The other (Mr. Darvall,) also sat there, a mem-   ber chosen by the representative of the Crown, not Elected by the People, he now solicits your support shackled by oligations, and a gratitude to those that placed him there, which feeling, (so far) he has endeavoured to shew by Voting with the Government upon every occasion in which a divi- sion ha...

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