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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 29 July 1848

fANT proposition for the circulation and sale of tKis Paper wilt be thankfully received, remem bering that all quarterly subscriptions must be ;paid in advance ; and: also, .that all letters ? Ttiust'be post-paid, or they will not be received. W APPLY ' ?r ' at Vi-V-UHS- ' ADVOCATf' OFFICE ?'t-1 3 ?.- FOR THE FOLLOWING ?.-?'' ?'?'VBB: ? S^iBlifc A* ITS. of e*e« description ^°3!lK SCHOO3C P0OK.S EEastors' attd Servanta' Act SMunkett'e Australian magistrate, Price l&B. ..... ,,? ' _ ' Buonaparte's Book of Fate; or, the Oraculum ,? Tlte Iiaad Regtilations, xtrtth the Forms of Application ;. Lawyers' Parchments ' aiusic paper BSBCES, TESTAMENTS, AND Church of England Prayer Books A variety of CATHOLIC Prayer Books, Testaments, A.c. M.S.— — Every article of Stationery ..always on hand, at low prices. Bathurst, 28th June, 1848. £3 IR,— The period has at length arrived when J^ for the second time we are called upon to make choice of our Representative in the Colonial Legis lature. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 5 August 1848

TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Are Six Shillings per Quarter, 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 mast 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, OConnell Plains. Mr. S. MEYER, Carcoar. . / Mr. J. MO ...

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MARIA MILDRED; OR, THE IRISH ORPHAN. (Continued from Number XXIII.) [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 5 August 1848

MARIA MILDRED; or, THE IRISH ORPHAN. BT A RESIDENT OF THE BOSH. C Continued from Number XXIII. J No sooner was he seated than his frame stiffened and his eyes set : — presently as if a sudden check were [given to a sudden circu lation, he turned pale, his giant throes re laxed, and the perspiration burst as a flood from every pore of his body. It waB some time before he apoke so as to be under stood. He then said ' Lydia, ia that you ? — what is the matter with you ?— what is the matter with me ?— am I at home ? — what has happened ? — I seem but now to have come into life.--I have no remembrance ? ' — and placing his hands on his brow he said ' I want my memory — Oh for my memory ! — It cannot be possible! — No! — No! — did I Lydia?— did I indeed drink blood ?' 'Oh ! my love do not talk so,' replied Mrs. Dowd, 'you are a little excited, you are overcome my love ; you will lie down, and you will soon be recruited— there now — Ro- nique will assist you.' But he obstinately refused to...

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POETRY. THE CRY OF THE LAWFUL LANTERNS. THE OPPONENTS OF NATIONAL EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 5 August 1848

pQKTmr. THE. -CRY OF THE LAWFUL LANTERNS. THE OPPONENTS -OF NATIONAL (EDUCATION. ,& people dwelt in darkness, In gloom and blinding night, Till some grew tired of candles And dared to look for light, When strateht the established lanterns Were stirred with hate of day, ' And loud the lawful rushlighte ? In wrath were heard to say, Oh have you not your lanterns. Your little shining lanterns J What need have you of you of sunshine? V/hat do you want with day ? Then loudjths people murmured . And vowed it wasn't right : For men who could get daylight To grope about at night ; , Why should they lose the gladness. The pleasant sights of day P But still the established lanterns,' Continued all to say, Oh have you not your lanterns, Your nice old glimmering lanterps? What need have you of sunshine ? What do you want with day P Af last the crowd's deep murmur,. Grew gathering to .a roar, ; And that they would have daylight, ' In lanterns' spite they swore ; And fear was on all rushl...

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MULTUM IN PARVO. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 5 August 1848

XK1TX.TUIMC XN FAEVO. The Breslau Gazette states that the Aus trian troops had been driven from Cracow, and the republic proclaimed. — A great ' Young Ireland ' demonstration came off in Dublin on the 25th March. — Ireland is in a wretched condition, starvation and incipient rebellion striding from north to south, east to west. The ' Young Irelanders ' are daily acquiring acquisitions to their side, and persona of high respectability were join ing them. — The following is an extract from the speech of Mr. Mitchell, one of the tra versers of the approaching ? state trials.' He (Mr. Mitchell,) was sick with talking ; the time was come for something more effectual. He conjured the people by the love of God to get guns — (loud cheers.) He understood that a very good sound rifle might be bought for, £3— (Repeated cheers.) As many present could not afford to give £3 fora weapon, there was a simple mode of obtaining a very effective one— (Cheers.) ' Let each- man get a stout ash pole of se...

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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 5 August 1848

AMEBICA. A meeting of the friends of Liberty was held at New York, and the following reso lutions adopted : — ' Resolved — That, we hereby unite our selves into a fixed organization, having for its object the redemption of Ireland. 'Resolved — That the repeated attempts of Great Britain to interfere with the do mestic affairs of this Country, not only by secret diplomatic intrigue, but open incen diary action, fully justify the Government of the United States in respectfully remonstra ting with that power againBt her continued oppression of Ireland. ' Resolved — That now, in order to sub stantially aid the friends of freedom in Ire land, we hereby engage to raise the sum of one million dollars, to be contributed in aid of Ireland's emancipation from the thraldom of Great Britain. 'That we bail with enthusiastic delight the evidently near advent of that happy period when Ireland shall take her place among the nations of the earth, and the epi taph of Robert Erametl shall be inscribed...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 5 August 1848

BEr. T. £&. S&OBXAW Will Sell by Auction, at his Rooms, on Fill DA Y NEXT, August the llth, at Noon, fl^LEVEN PIECES, containing 306 yards JJ (more or less) of GALA PLAIDS 6-4 wide SIX DOZEN STRIPED SHIRTS, and FOUR HEARTH RUGS. ALSO, FOURTEEN-DOZEN ASSORTED BOLTS THIRTY-FOUR PAIR CAST BUTT HINGES, A LOT OF STAPLES,^! M||a|op§|I8ffi i CANOWINDRA RACES S 'WWTILL TAKE PLACE ON THE FIRST WW of SEPTEMBER, on the TILGA RACE COURSE, when the following Prizes will be con tended for : — FIRST RACE. The CANOWINDRA TOWN PLATE, for 20 Sovereigns — for all horses thafnever won more than £20 of an advertised prize. Weight for age. Heats, once round the course. Three entrances or no race. Entrance, £2. SECOND RACE. The MAIDEN PLATE of 10 Sovereigns— for all horses that never run for more than £10 of an advertised prize. ^Heats once round the course. Weight for age. Three ^entrances or no race. Entrance £1. SECOND OAV. A HACK RACE of 5 Sovereigns— for bona fide Hacks. Catch weights...

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THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, AUGUST 5, 1848. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 5 August 1848

THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, AUGUST 5, 1848. Thte Ejection having taken place, we congratu late the inhabitants on the good order which has prevailed, notwithstanding the strong party feeling which characterjzedH&etcontesfc., It is highly .cre ditable to Bathurst that not a single disturbance of any kind has occurred, and that it was unnecessary even to strengthen the police force for the occasion. Mr. Darvall is now our representative, and we shall be much disappointed if the district has not reason to be proud of it's choice. The manly de claration of his opinions on the recent Land Regu lations entitle him to the warmest thanks of the community. He is the first man holding any po sition in the colony who has ventured, openly, to denounce them as unjust and oppressive, and pub licly to point out the iniquity [of attempting to in crease the wealth of the . great by the ruin of the poor man. It is through the advocacy of such men as Mr. Darvall, men of weight in the Coun...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 5 August 1848

TWO DATS' SALE. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, On MONDAY, August 1th, and TUESDAY following, at the Rooms, \2 cf clock precisely, By Ittr. J. J. ASHE, A GREAT VARIETY of MERCHANDISE, consigned from Sydney, consisting of — Plates, Dishes, Tumblers, Cups and Saucers, Ba sons, Shirts (white and regatta), Trowsers, Jackets, Pilot Coats, Shawls, Hosiery, Moleskins, Tobacco, Lamp-wicks, Lamp Chimneys, Pictures, Hair Brooms, Files, (Hand Saw and Cross-cut) German Silver Spoons, Stays, Baskets, Lead Pencils, Writ ing Ink, Decanters, Pipes, Looking Glasses, Par lour Hand Bells, Combs, Scissors. Together with many articles too numerous to particularise. Terms of Sale :— Under £20, cash; above £20, approved bills at three months. N. B. The attention of Storekeeper and Publicans is especially called to the above sale. STRAYED. — £1 HE WARD. 4S3TRAYED about the 19th of July last, from J5*9 Mount Victoria :— One black gelding, 4 years old, between 14 and 15 hands high, large star in forehead, long tail, ...

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Original Correspondence. TO THE HONORABLE THE COLONIAL SECRETARY. Per favor of BATHURST ADVOCATE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 5 August 1848

©rtsinal &avce&$anVence. I TO THE HONORABLE THE COLONIAL | SECRETARY. Pei favor of Bathurst Advocate. Sir, — Wit; profound respect I publicly address this comm inication to you anonymously. I adopt this public medium, in order that the subject mly be more extensively brought under consideration ; and I write anonymously that the public attrition, may not be diverted from that which is witten to the writer. The ' Land Regulations,' which are about to be brought iito operation is the burden of this letter. The geieral character, principle, and probable result of fie Regulations — as well as the necessity of some rigorous government measure on the subject, I1 should suppose few would be found to question.,' But there are particular cases in which the Regulations will act as a ? peculiar hardship, and which I xm certain the Government could never contemp'ate. There are scattered throughout the District a numberof young men, of small capital, who have invested their whole...

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To the Editor of THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. Bathurst, August 3, 1848. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 5 August 1848

To the Editor of The Bathorst Advocate. Bathurst,11 August 3, 1848. Sir, — To set myself aright with some of my friends, who, it appears, have been led to believe that I have actedjjnconsistently in voting /for Mr. Darvall at the past election. I beg to give my most unqualified contradiction to the report that I had pledged my self to Mr. M' In tosh, and had even canvassed with him on behalf of Mr. Lord. I told Mr. M'lntosh, when asked by him to accompany him a day or two on his canvass, that I had no objection to ride a day for the purpose of shewing him the country, but that it would not be out of any interest for Mr. Lord, and Mr. M. never even asked me for my vote. Hoping you will give insertion to the above. I am, Sir, your obedient servant, EDWD. J. C. NORTH.

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REGULATIONS.. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 5 August 1848

RS©1JSi ATSOBJS . The Capital of the Company to consist of Two Thousand Shares of Five Ponnds 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 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 the Choice of D...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 5 August 1848

?ANY proposition for the circulation and sale of this Paper will be thankfully received, remem bering that all quarterly subscriptions must be paid in advances and also, that all letters must be post-paid, or they will not be received. APPLY AT THE 'ADVOCATE' OFFXCE FOR THE .FOLLOWING ARTICLES : ? HOb APER of every description Jf SCHOOL POORS Masters' .and Servants' Act Fiunkett's Australian magistrate, Price 14s. Buonaparte's Book of Fate; or, the Oracultm The Land Regulations, with the Forms tf Application lawyers' ff^rchments MUSIC PAPER BIBLES, TSSTAmENTS, AMD Church of Ing-land Prayer Books A variety oi CATHOLIC Prayer Books, Testaments, dice. ST. B.— Ever j article of Stationery always on hand, at low prices. THE UNDERSIGNED offers for Rental, for any period not less than Seven Years, Several Small Farm, varying from Eighty to One Hundred Acres eacl, adjoining the New Town of Orange, Blackman'i Swamp. The Land is very fertile, well watered, and particularly suited to small ind...

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A NEW SONG. TUNE. - " Aiken Drum:" [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 5 August 1848

A ISKW SOS7&. Tune. — ' Aiken Drum.' As once I sauntered by the beach, I heard an oyster make a speech, Which charmed all within its reach,— Three calves and one old cow. And all the dogs in our town, In our town, in our town, And all the dogs in our town, Cry bow, wow, wow. I saw a letter once in print, With neither sense nor reason in't, The whole was like a bed of flint, A3 hard and dry, I vow, And all the dogs, &c. I knew a man with saucer eyes, A thing of froth, ah ha, and noise. Who passed with some for being wjse, Though but a fool, I trow. And all the dogs, &c. I've seen an elderly buffoon, Wax warmer than the sun at noon, And jump as he would reach the moon, Some monkey trick to show And all the dogs of our town, Of our town, of our town, And all the dogs of our town, Cry bow, wow, wow. TuioTirr Tickler.

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PORT PHILLIP. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 5 August 1848

PORT PlttXXiXP. CFrom the Port Phillip Argus, July 22. J Yesterday being the day appointed in the Writ iBsued by his Excellency the Governor for the election of five members to serve in the Legislative Council of New South Wales for the Electoral District of Port Phillip at twelve o'clock a tolerably numerous and highly respectable meeting assembled in front of the Court-House at the hour fixed for the nomination. R. W. Pholraan, Esq., opened the pro ceedings by reading the Governor's writ, and then called upon the electors present to pro ceed with the nomination of the candidates. Thomas Wills. Esq., J.P., said he had great pleasure in proposing for re-election John Fitzgerald Leslie Foster, Esq., one of the late members for the District. Mr. Foster's services in the Legislative Council were well kn&wn to the gentlemen present, and he believed they had been, generally ap proved of. For himself he would say, though proposing Mr. Foster, that there weie some questions on whic...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 5 August 1848

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. "P.G." — Your letter respecting Capt. Suther-     land's casting vote, in favour of Mr. Darvall, cannot be inserted, the remarks being too severe. "PUTTING HIS FINGER IN HIS MOUTH, THEN   OFFERING IT TO AN OPPOSING PARTY TO SUCK." — This letter was brought to us by a constable, who told us he found it in the street, (!) As we do not know who the writer is, we forbear publishing it. Mr. Heathorn's letter in answer to Mr. Flower's shall appear next week.

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To the Editor of THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. Bathurst, July 24, 1848. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 5 August 1848

To the Editor of The Bathurst Advocate. Bathurst, July 24, 1848. Mb. Editor, — What great changes do we see in a few years ! ! ! I remember when I first went over what is now the bustling town of Bathurst, 1 was caught in a snow storm, and was glad to get shelter in a bark hut, in which the mounted police lived, somewhere about the place where the Me thodist Chapel now stands. No inns in Bathurst then, nor any other public-house of accommodation but the 'jail.' In that house they were in the habit of accommo dating people of all persuasions. But I assure you, Mr. Editor, I have been told by some who have lodged there, that the ac commodations of that house were very ordinary. Well (thought I to myself) things will not be always this way. And so it turned out. Kelso was all the go then. But even Kelso had not a shop, such as we call a public 'store,' then, and for years after there was but one inn in it. The Buthurst mail was brought once a week only, by a policeman in his pormanteau...

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THE CLOSE of the ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 5 August 1848

TE3 CLOSE of the EXa&CVXON., Mr. Darvaz.l on being introduced to the people as their representative, by Captain Sutherland, came forward and was received with much accla mation, and every demonstration of joy and good feelinc He said he could not leave them without tendering them hfs sincere thanks at the close of such an exciting time as the election had proved — he could not forget their kindness — they had achieved a great victory of public opinion over private influence, for had the undue influence which had been exercised against him been effectual he could not have succeeded, and the issue of the election would have been quite different, but the electors had given a high proof of their indepen dance, by the manner in which they had acted. It had been urged against him that he was not fit to be their representative ; and he understood that Mr. Lord himself had said we had better have a black-fellow, (Cries of ' No, no,' from Mr. Lord, ' I never said it.') He was glad to...

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TO HENRY HEATHORN, ESQ., J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 5 August 1848

TO HENRY HEATHORN, ESQ., J.P. Sia,— -You have addressed a letter to the Editor of the Bathurst Advocate, which I am about to pre sume is really intended for the Electors of the District, through that medium. As one of the electors, therefore, I shall take the liberty of offer ing a few words in reply. You set out, Sir, with the assertion that. 'The contest is one of personality, and not of prin ciple ; ' and this assertion evidently applies to the supporters of Mr. Darvall. Now, Sir, allow me to tell you, that is an impudent, unwarrantable, and perfectly gratuitous assumption of yours. You have not the slightest foundation for such a sup position beyond, what you conceive to be, the fact of one or two individuals being actuated by motives of private pique, in their opposition to your favorite candidate. To found, on such a belief, the broad and sweeping charge that, between seventy and eighty of our fellow citizens, embracing men of all classes, and of whom but a very small number c...

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To the Editor of THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. Bathurst, August 11, 1848. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 12 August 1848

... , ?— i/ ? To the Editor of The Bathurst Advocate. Bathurst, August 11, 1848. Sir, — On receiving the Herald of the 7th instant, X observed a long speech, said to have been de livered by Mr. Lord, on the hustings, at the time the state of the poll was declared. I was surprised to see such an article, because I was present at the time, and after the departure of Mr. Darvall and . his friends I waited to hear Mr. Lord's remarks; — indeed, I saw Mr. L. leave the hustings before I left the place, and I can speak positively and with out fear of successful contradiction, when I say that such a speech was not made by Mr. Lord on that occasion. The substance of what he did say appeared in the Advocate of Saturday last. If Mr. Lord himself wrote the article in question his wits must have been wool-gathering at the time — and if any one of his friends wrote it for him, he may well exclaim ' heaven save me from my friends !' |I cannot think the reporter wrote it, for he does not write speec...

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