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BATHURST MINING COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 16 February 1850

BATHURST MINING COMPANY. A meeting of the shareholders of the Bathurst Mining1 Company ? took place on Saturday .- last at : 'Mr. Arthur's, for the purpose of considering the Deed of Settlement, and electiner Directors under its provisions. ''. r' Dr. Machattie having taken the chair, he opened ; the business of the meeting by stating that every thing connected with the mine was going on pros perously , and that it was reasonable, to, suppose, from present. appearances, that the smelting fur rtar.e would shortly be blowing a stiff blast, and spouting forth copper to the, no doubt, unspeakable ? satisfaction of those whose cash had been expended in the initiatory proceedings of the mine. As the meeting were aware, the Deed of Settlement had been sent to Sydney for inspection. He.under stood- that the Sydney shareholders had examined its contents, and, without a single exception, ap proved of them. The Directors could not be sup posed to be cognisant of dissatisfaction unless, complai...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 16 February 1850

Local Intelligence. FASHIONABLE ARRIVAL. — The Honorable the   Colonial Treasurer and lady arrived in town on Monday afternoon, and remained at Mrs. Black's until Wednesday morning, when they left for Coombing, on a visit to Thomas Icely, Esq., M.C. They are expected to return to-day, to pass Sunday in town, and start for Sydney on Monday morning. We understand that the object of the visit is change of air, for the benefit of Mrs. Riddell's health. Circuit Court— His Honor the Chief Justice and son are expected in town this evening. Dinner will be prepared for them at Mr. Rotton's, Victoria Hotel, at six o'clock.         Miners' Strike.— Six of the miners belonging to the Summer Hill Mine struck work a few days ago, on the ground that the water was coming upon them too quickly. A verbal agreement had 'been entered into, the conditions of which were that they should work a set below the teri feet level, six feet long an...

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CALIFORNIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 23 February 1850

,;\ -:''i:.:V ^CALIFORNIA; '?:/'.. \'---:^ ' ('From tke.'Mditland Mercury. J We, have-been favoured with, thesightof a -letter f com California, written to his parents .by -,Mr. 'Alexander Wilkinson, . of this town, and have; made -some extracts ! from it. The first .portion of 'the letter was written at a time whenMr. W. and several of his Maitland -friends (prudently desirous of retaining the money they took with them) were ?? engaged in assisting to unload the I cargo of: the ship they went in, and other ! occupations, and- were, gathering informa I tion- on, which to decide whether the joint f company, (ten in number) should or should | not proceed together to the diggings. The t postscript was written after Mr. Wilkinson \ had determined on returning to Australia, in preference.^ going to the diggings. Mr. ! Wilkinson's statements are very similar to f what we gather from the experience of Mr. 1 Abraham Cohen, who has just returned by I the Union, mainly on account of ill healt...

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TO OUR READERS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 23 February 1850

TO OUR READERS. We have to apologise for the absence of. our usual Leader and Local News, which has been ren dered Imperative by the reports of the Circuit Court and a press of advertisements. :

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Original Poetry. TO A NATIVE GIRL. TUNE—"A WET SHEET AND A FLOWING SEA." [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 23 February 1850

Original Poetry. , V TO A NATIVE Gn&_ TPNB— 'AWET. SliEET; AND -i. RtoVTINO SEA.'.'* Here's a health, my sprightly1 native lasfl,' ?? Ten'thonsand health? ,to;thoo ! ' May joys.that torthsVcan'neVr surpass ' ?' ? ; TKy'-worldly portioTi'b'e 1 ' '-?'??? ; And'mn.y those liquid eyes of blue 0; . Still in their brightness glance, ; Those dewy lip's of ruby's hue No painting can enhance. Oh I well Australia's sons may boast— Of sisters such as thou, . ,.-.-. : And quaff with bounding hearts the taisti As fondly I do now ;. ?For eyes like thino might light a brand ? In duller hearts by far, ? ' Than thpBO which grace .this new-found land, 'Neath Ocean's Southern star I ? Sweet girl I ; In whatover land !. : It be my, after-lot, To fall 'neath Time's remorseless hand, ? ? Thou ne'er wilt be forgot. ' Thy sunny Bmilo— thy artless faco, A beacon: stiU'shalt be, ? AVhioh Time himsolf can. no'oroffaoo : , I-roih my fond memory 1 Then here'B to thee 1 sweet Native Lass, The anchor now ...

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THE BATHURST FREE PRESS. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1850. " MAGNA EST VERITAS ET [?]." LATEST ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 23 February 1850

THE. EATHORST' TREE, PRESS. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1850. ' BIAGNA EST VERITAS ET. PR^VALEBIT.' ':.... LATEST ENGLISH NFWS. fFrom the Melbourne Argus, February 11. J By the Zemindar we have intelligence,!*) the 1st November inclusive. From the papers which have come to hand we have compiled rhe following summa-ty of the most inter esting news :— - The Queen was. recovering from the at tack of chicken' pox, under j^bjeh she had been suffering. ) ; The'Queen Dowager still continued dan gerously ill, indeed her recovery did not seem to be anticipated. ?/ A constant succession of murders aud as sassinations was taking place ini the south and west of Ireland. Even the daily pa pers have whole columns filled with the de tails of those atrocities! General Bern, the distinguished Hun garian refugee, had tendered his services to the Sultan in combating their common foe- the Emperor of Russia, and as a guarantee of his zeal jind devotion he declared his readiness to embrace Islamism. Lola Moni...

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WRECK OF AN EMIGRANT SHIP.— NINETY-NINE LIVES LOST. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 23 February 1850

WRECK tJ^^^^MIGl^lSiT SHIP.—? NINETYiNINE 'LIVES LOSTv Tas Boston x (American) Evening,' Journal of the 8th. October has the -'following' : — % seyerie gale'frbm'N^JE,' ^ corn raehbed: Saturday evening (6th instant), atfd . raged.'with -great fury during, the -whole .of ^ the ,, night, -and throughout -the day on : Sunday. The gale was .probably1 the most severe of. 'the season, arid we fear, has proved very; destrudtive upon the coast. The British brig 'St. John; Captain Oliver, from Galway,. Ireland, anchored inside Minot's Ledge about six o'clock, a.m., on Sunday dragged her anchors, and struck ,6ri the Grampus, rocks about nine, a.m. Captain . Beale, gives U9 the following particulars. He uriderstood that the brig struck on the rocks known -as the Sea Ledges, a little the west of Mindt's Ledge.- light, about one mile from the shore; and immediately went to pieces. There appears to be different statements in relation ^o the number of -passengers on board. The captain says there w...

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KING'S PLAINS RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 23 February 1850

KING'S PLAINS -JIACES: ' Tub abpye races, iwhlchcame' off on -.the 13th, 14thi and 15th instant, have, we are happy to' say, passed off, without accident; and: with, general satisfaction. Th? sport wa3' excellent, 'as. the number of riag3 wliich cartie to the post for almost every'race will shew.' The' course was in good ofder-^the wea ther was delightful:— and there were a goodly num ber of spectators present, who all seemed toenjoy themselves to the utmost., ; F;asT Day, Wednesday, FEBatfA'R*,l3. ; V': ' ': First Rack. '-'' ? :' '??' ! The District Purse of £10, for all1 hordes bred and trained in the District of GarcbarV or within seven miles of theKing's'Plains Course. Weight for age ; heats, once round. Entrance £1.V Mr. E. J. North's b;g.. Cantab. M'Crea 1 I 1 : 5/TrI J. Neville's- b:g. Bonny Boy ... . disqual, Mr. J. Corse's g.g. Zgrab'. .. ....... .. 2 -.2 Mr. J. Burton's b.m. Mias Edger .... 3 '4 Mi . tSathor's g.g\ Rocket. ? '4 3 A protest having 'been entered aguinst Bonn...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 23 February 1850

Died, On the 9th instant, at his residence, Meadows, near Orange, Mr. T. Murray, after a short but painful illness, in the 57th year of his age.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 23 February 1850

^;W*?^ ... MRJ JOSEPH SIMMONS . HAVING determined upon takings c^Etp^ Jiis ^r^idence in Sydney by the end of next month, to secure thereby the advantage of being at all times in the-marke^*^b&ii'bjiyeiC-^i^T.:i9Bller, has resolved upon intrusting the management of the Bathufst stores to ? ?-;? - . I MR. R. TOLANO, (Late of Canowindra) .: The above stores have RE-OPENED under the style of the BATHURST BEE HIVE, with an Entire New Stock ! ! ! TO THE INHABITANTS OF BATHURST AND OARCOAR, Be the glad tidings echoed far and wide, At Bathurst Stores, and Carcoar too, In town and bush, and every hut beside ; Tlie Olden Bee Hive is revived anew. Since other Bee Hives rear their busy frame ~ The Smallest Profit only there desired, Inviting competition, and defying same. A la*-gft and quick return must be acquired. ADDRESS To the Inhabitants of Bathurst, Carcoar, and the Surrounding District. . A Fixed and firm determination to do a large Business at a small profit must, as a. matter o...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 23 February 1850

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. Thbhb had teen several arrivals from Eu rope, viz. : the Alfred, from Hamburgh and Plymouth 3rd November, with 111 steerage passengers, and amongst the cabin passen gers Prince Albert, of Schleswig^Holfltein ; the Onyx, from Guernsey 8th September,; the yigincourt. from Plymoth the 10th October, with merchandise and passengers; and the Sibella, from Plymouth the 29th October, with passengers and merchandise. By the latest of these vessels English news to the 29th Oct. had been received. ? An Illustrious Visitor.— -Prince Albert, of Sclheswig-Holstein, is a passsenger by the Alfred and landed yesterday in Captain Lipson's gig, which was specially sent for him. The Princess accompanied by Capt. Stanley Carr, of her Majesty's service, and intends proceeding to Port Phillip, with a view to establishing a German settlement in that country. The .prince, who i& nine teen years of age.ia Baid to-be possessed of considerable wealth, and to be related to his Royal 'Hi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 23 February 1850

WANTED, AT THE BATHUltST FREE PRESS OFFICE A STEADY YOUTH, of 1 4, or 15 years of age, as an out-door APPRENTICE to the PRINT ING BUSINESS. A good English Education it indispensable. : : N.B.—A premium will be expected. February 8th, 1850. IJEW SPI25.IT STOR3. TOH..JJ MINEH AN takes the present opportu t) nity of. returning his sincere thanks to his friends 'and .th'e public generally, for the liberal, support lie has received since his commencing in business as a .PUBLICAN, and' begs to assure all who patronise his -, - Hostelry! that he has always on hand' a1 superior Stock ot WINES, SPIRITS, AND MALT LIQUORS. The Stabling1 Is of first rate description, and customers will find civility, cleanliness, and comfort, combined with economy at , ' The Crooked Billet. J. M. having recently visited Sydney and pur chased an extensive stock of spirits See', he is now enabled to supply storekeepers: anil others wholesale with a good article, and at prices that defy compe tition^ :' ';;J. '? '...

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A NEGRO DUEL. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 23 February 1850

A ? vuRV between, two ^darkies— -a regular ?built affair? conducted according'to'the most ?strict and punctilious provisions of the code of honour — came dfForie morning, last week.' The fight took place with, pistols of the most approved fashion, at sunrise, on a small branch of the Metairie roadl ; We do not know what the origin of the difficulty was, except that one- of the parties, to use the phrase of -one' 'of the spectators, 'was crossed in lub by the oder, and dat him hona must hab'satisfacshun.' We have learned,1 from one who was present at the combat, the; particulars as they transpired. They were substantially as follows :— ? After haying taken their stands, one of the seconds noticed that, owing to their positions, the sunbeams set his principal a winking and rolling his eyes. This was sufficient ground for interfering, and he called out to the other second with— ' I say; nigga, I puts my weto on dat posishun- ; It's agiu de rules ob all de codes of hona dat I. be eber s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 23 February 1850

?WSXiXiXiklUE IIAESDEN, (FROM SYDNEY.) BEGS to inform the gentry of Bathurst and its vieinity, that he will be happy to tune and repair Pianofortes in the first London style. , Ornamental and Decorative painting- done in the latest Parisian fashion. Transparent Blinds-made to order. Address .—Mr. Aaron's, White Horse Inn. Saddlery Establishment, J$ex ? door to the Queen's Arms, William-street , ' Bathurst. ?' THOMAS SMITH - BEGS to inform the inhabitants of the township and district, that he has received an assorted invoice of SADDLERY, consisting of every article in his line that is required, for Bathursfc and the sur rounding district, which he intends to dispose of at Sydney prices. ? .. WHIPS, from Swain and Co.'s, London, consisting of silver mounted and plain Jockey Whips, -Ladies' silver mounted. Whips, a great variety of Hunting and Gig Whips, Garter's Whips-, assorted lengths Gentlemen's Walking Canes, silver monnted and plain. ... Has always on hand- an assortment of Engli...

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THE SPIRIT OF EVIL. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 23 February 1850

' THE SPIRIT OF EVIL. ('From the Spectator. J TKhscHiEF gains the ascendant in the central continent of the civilised world, wearing the crown and wielding the imperial sceptre. The Revolution of 1848 had its uslv traits : but,' for all their' errors, in their brief pos session of power the peoples were: generous. At Paris, all proscribed -members of Royalty ?were suffered to escape without injury -.to ;a :hair of their heads ; at Berlinj in -the/ very 'tempest and whirlwind of the revolt, the .'King went abroad unharmed— -arid belie ved! r— the' f ? beloved Berliners ' thought that in that hour he was surely in '?: earnest. In Milan, the horrors of Spielberg, arid the intolerable insolent tyrannies of local offi cers, were remembered only as provocatives to a . generous revenge , that struck not a single blow except in the fair fighting of the- open streets. While Manin governed Venice, she had regainediHhe noble senti ments' of her 'prime ? while'1 Mazzini held Rome, the Eternal C...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 23 February 1850

TO ADVERTISERS. r The cost of Advertisements riitist be paid previous to 'their in sertioii. Advertisements tVill he received until six o'clock in -the evening of Friday, hut cannot he withdrawn ^aft^r Twelve o'clock on Tuesday ' A liberal allowance will he made -to parties desirous -ox advertising for three or six months. Nocpmniunications will he pub lished in this tTourhal, unless; &e- companied by ; the name oif the Correspondent. BATHURST TEBE _;f FHSBSS; GENERAL PB.INT;iNGt \ OFFICE, ! . WISiklE&MteSl'B.EIET,, ?'? ? ? POSTERS, Hand Bills, Circulars; Cards , Bill Heads, Labels, Law and Mercantile FormSj AS A1j*O,*VERY 'DESCRIPTION OF JOB PR I NT I SP G Executed with neatness, accuracy, and despatch* ' ' ' ? v - and oh Reasonable Terms. To be Sold at this Office, rows or TENDERS 'for a Lease of a New Run of Crown Lands. APPLICATIONS for a Lease of Waste Lands of the Grown, beyond the,Settled districts of the Colony, of New'South Wales. :.;.;. TENDERS for a Lease ...

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THE ARCTIC EXPEDITION. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 23 February 1850

THE ARCTIC EXPEDITION. (From the Liverpool Alibon, October 15.) Our able metropolitan contemporary, the Athenceum, of Saturday, publishes in refer ence to the position' of this expedition! a lengthy and valuable article, a summary of 1 which may be acceptable to our readers. lhe Athenceum Yiews the accounts con tained in our last publication as at least. un- satisfactory ; and partly grounds .its appre hensions upon letters written, on board the whaler Advice, which accompanied the, Truelove to Lancaster Sound,, by Mn '%. Goodsir, brother, of . Professor Groodsir ,iof Edinburgh. That gentleman, embarlced in the Advice specially to seek after, the miss ing ex'petfitibn, his brother, Henry having gone out in one of Sir J. Franklin's1 ships (as surgeon and naturalist ; and. his first letter,, whilst noticing the sketch made by ?the,. Esquimaux, indicates that according, to - the natives' information Sir J. Franklin's vessel lay. at. Whaler Point.' and Sir 'j. Ross's at; Porl Jackson, a...

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THE SLAVE-TRADE—ENGLISH INTERFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 23 February 1850

THE SliAVE^TRibE^ENffLtSri VlN ? ??-???? '? ' ' TERFEREtfOE;'-:- - ' i ? Fromjhe; Daily Neios.\ In pur, opinion we must7 acquire iwith- re spect to, Africa the same feelings; which, we^ have been forced to adopt and to 'act upom with . regard to Europe.' - How-man v Enerlfsh h ear ts sy mputhised wi th '?'} H lin ^^ga rian iree - db.no ! ., Ho w. deeply werejP^Biterested in the struggle of-the gallant: Romans against, priestty misrule! „ -Hoyv: deep ancl just was purcqmmisseration.'fo^tKeBjcilianSjStanding outforfthe old constitution, which England itselfyhad (restored and guaranteed ! And yet we saw the walls of Rome battered down and; a tnurnvirate of Cardinals restored by the' p'uissince, pf French bayoriets.;r, The Mi^sinese we saw given. up to.sacit;and mas sacre by the mercenary Swiss;' The Palerr. mitaus iinplored:6ur ?support 'iri- v vain. .The Hungarian patriot^ as they sanky h'ald for,th their hands to us forsHfety. Yet Eu gland ' has -ldolved: oh vsithi:mute agony and'-ma...

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Supreme Court.—Crown Side. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 23 February 1850

Supreme Covaet,—Srowu Bide. Tins Court cammericeti its sittings ^^oli Moti day.'the liSth of -Februaryy before- His Honor the Chief justice, Sir Alfred Stephen, i J . !t: Mbmsset-, /Esq., KM.',1 oificiateci '-fcs ; Sheriff by special commission. The barris ters present were/- the Attorney-General! and Messrs. Holroyd and Purefoy:- The proclamation having' been read , Wm i Lee, Esq., of Claremont, Wfis sworn in a Magis-. tr ate of the territory.: Henry Peisley pleaded guilty to the charge: of having forged and uttered a cheque drawn upon the Union Bank of Australia, Bathurst. His Honor' re- minded him that if he had pleaded guilty under the impression that by doing so he would be more leniently dealt with, he was abouring under ah error. He was sen enced to three years on the roads. ATTK&PT TO MURDER. James and Catherine Hudson, were in dicted for an attempt to murder Marcus Doherty at a sheep station of Mr. Duffy's on Nyrang Creek, in the district of Carcoar, on Thursday Sep...

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Country News. CARCOAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 23 February 1850

Country News. [FftOM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] , CARCOAR. , The Rev. Slessrs. Salmon and Stewart, niJnistera connected, ?with the Free Presbyterian Church, visited this township on Sunday, the' 10th instant. ' Thoformor gentleman de-. ? Hvered two excellent discourses on/that day to a numerous congregation, assembled in tho Court House. After the morning service, BIr.~ Salmon made. known his Intention of addressing -his Presbyterian friends on the following Slon day evening, relative to tho past and present stato of tho Presbytorlan Church of Scotland as by-Law Established, and also of the condition of the Frea Presbyterian Church, ' the ministers and ?: members of which are socedors from the -former. ? ? ; : ?On Monday evening, at seven o'clock, {In pursuance of notice,) -a number of persons a'Sscinblod' atfthe Court 'House, when it was proposed by Mr. Lowdenrand seconded^ by Mr./ Twaddle, that Mr. JohnJMfDIarmid should takelthe chair. , Mr. M'Diawnid haying complied, briefly stated ...

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