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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 19 August 1848

TERMS FDR ADVERTISEMENTS. For the first inclj of space, one insertion, Three Shillings.- I : :|; For each addition^ inch, One Shilling. For future insertions, Half-price. w The number oE times to be published must be written on tic face of the manuscript, or the advertisements will be continued till counter manded. The amount must be paid previous'td the insertion of an advertisement, which' must, be sent before two o'clock on Friday afternoon'', ahd(iaU orders to withdraw ,- not later than'-' two* o'clock-ton Thursday afternobn.or they canriot;b'e'a?ttentleaf.tb. No verbal comnunications cah'ihe'.^tten'de'd''to. and all postages inist be pre-paid. :'-i; n'(Ii:' ' ????I ?? ,' Huri?;' ? agents. . ;; . ; ., ;; , Mr. WALKER, VConnell Plains.-' --^i. '?''':; Mr. S. MEYER, Carcoar. .-..; ;-;, .-.. ,?; Mr. J. MORAN,\Blactoncm?s Swamp 8c Moloiig. Mr. JOSEPH. MATTHEWS, Wellington. Mr. J. C. GOOCH, Mudgee. ,-m.,h ,. .i: Edited, Printed and Published by Benjamin Isaacs , f Sole Proprietary at...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 19 August 1848

SALES BY AUCTIOU, PURSUANT TO PREVIOUS NOTICE, SYER BROTHERS HAVE INSTRUCTED IWH. T. Itt. SLOHAN To Sell by Auction, on the Premises, Durham Street, preparatory to considerable alterations which they intend making in their present Stores, THE WHO L E of their STOCK of DRAIERY and SOFT GOODS. The Sale will take place On MONDAY, August 28th and FOLLOWING DAYS, And as it is impossible within the compass of an advertisement to euumerate particulars, MR. SLOMAN will merely repeat, that it includes the whole of their extensive and well-selected STOOE, Of SS^PERY, WOO&LEEX, aad. SOSVT GOOOS. ' ''?' ''. Term* at Sule'I \/ »m. w. n. TRsss j W I L L --r&ffi&i? % t*'A*UyC't ION, THIS DAY, SATURDAY,, the 19th of AUGUST, ? , at Arthur^Bjfards, ,12,0'clock, ^ FiRST-RA*E^:TEAMJofiifine. WORKING , /SL BULLOCKS, with Dray* -Chains, Yokes and Bows, complete. ' Five Head of HORSES, two broken to Draft and Saddle. ~- , c About 4 Cwtt LACHtAN' CHEESE. Chest of Drawers, Sideboard,...

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To the Editor of THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. Sugar Loaf Hall, August 15, 1843. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 19 August 1848

To the Editor of The Bathvrst Advocatb. Suerar Loaf Hall, August 15, 1848. Sir,— I am inclined to think, that, if Dr. Young had 'had the honor of an acquaintance with a certain wi'll-k'nown gentleman, he would h.iys* come to a different conclusion to that contain* d in the above extract j or at all events that he would have, qualified it by the expression, some 7nen, instead of the general term he adopted. The ppi son whom I allude to has honored me with a most flattering and gentlemanly notice in a pro duction which he calls, a rejly to a few strictures I thought proper to make upon some absurd non sense published by him in your paper of the 29th ultimo, At first I felt inclined to be indignant at the scurrilous and senseless abuse so bountifully bestowed upon me ; and I am almost ashamed to own, did think of paying jhim back in his own coin. But I perceive that the poor gentleman is fast finding his level, and that his own conduct and productions 'are sufficiently accelerating his...

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PRINTERS' GRATUITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 19 August 1848

PRINTEHS1 CRATUITXES. No class of mechanics, perhaps.vy'suffer more from the predatory and iiegging1: habits of individuals than printers'; '''Thiey^Yirork so hard, invest so.muQlj^andtjfurriisIi^heir papers so low, that .pebplef- really e.eem to think that they are actually'*:-worth'I5n-jthing but' to be 'given away .or^tq be f aken'witbput leave. Accordingly, nothing is morecom inon than for people ^ who ?'?Kave itfie* curiosity toread something, that ihappeperto be par 1tjcularly\interestjng,!9r_.wvhpv;wish.t^ a ?newspaper: to : a friend -as.ja :tpken i -,ofj remem - braiice, to run intova\pHnting'iofnce and ask fori'or' take; a1 'paper' -'j'tisfdut iV6f the' press, and if the printer should think of asking .him. .anything for it,,_.the . custoniet;, would think himself quite insulted ?by^the (niggard- liness of the stingyv-pr.int.er., ; -With s what other niechanic 'or business men would ''gwp'j'e think of tiikine;' the same 1 iberties ? {(jq^iniJofthe grocery ia.nd'jTa8i$[ thie...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 19 August 1848

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS.   We beg to inform our Correspondents, that all letters on the late electioneering business must,   in future, be paid for as advertisements; on no other consideration will they be inserted. ' The Dock-tailed Horse.' — We inserted a poetical scrap on this subject a few months back.- It is unnecessary to cause the second challenge for a duel.     'B. G.' in our next.

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DISTRICT OF LACHLAN. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 19 August 1848

npM^^6^mcHikiiV-^! \ i Lachlan, and estimated to .contaj^n^a^ufl - i^tQlOOO acresbk -.?;-??? ???? - r '-'- ':-**'«* 1^^, 1 ^ip^nded pfriife east by a line commenc-b in^'bn;|ftefl riyer J'm'iles west; of ? ' Hooudai 'W br^South Thqmo|ga,r 'Mr, Warne^Ku^,:^ and running 6; 4i\es south ; ? west; -.by,'a 3[i4'e£ commencing orifthe River- Sv miles east q^x Wallaby or SbutkBogonga, or Bbndkrtmg^a Mr. Evans' Run jand running :..6' mile^'sputli'g, north, the Lachl^n River;Vaouth,rlarge|'i4»ftsV; No. 3. — A block of land on Narraburra Creek estimated to contain about 10,240, acres.   Bounded on the south by a line commencing 1 mile north of Mr.Bray's hut on the     Narraburra Creek, and running west 4 miles ; north by a line commencing 5 miles north of Mr. Bray's hut on the Narraburra Creek; and running west 4 miles ; east by the Narraburra Creek and west by a line running from the north to the south boun dary lines.     &am...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 19 August 1848

' 'S,lA2iirrj-7:o2-osition for.the circulation and sale of *„(; this Paper will bethankfulty received, remem -'f beting that all quarterly 'subscriptions must be v ! paid in advance (land also, that all letters . must be post-paid, or they will not be received. 1ETTEK-PBESS MINTING -MT^XECUTED AT* THIS OFFICE ON THE JgJ4 SHORTEST NOTICE, equal to any house in London. ' ' STATIONERY OF ! EVERY DESCRIPTION .,.,,,. rAI.WAVS ON HAND. Crown Land Regulations.   To J, T. MORlSSET Esq., Police Magistrate, Bathurst.--                     WE, the undersigned Inhabitants of the District of Bnthurst. request you will   be pleased to call a Public Meeting for the purpose of taking into consideration the recent Regulations relating to the Crown lands within the Settled Districts, and adopting such measures as may be deemed advisable to present...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 26 August 1848

TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. Arc 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, Thre$ 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 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 he attended to. and all postages must be pre-paid. AGENTS. Mr. WALKER, O'Connell Plains. Mr. S. MEYER, Carcoar. Mr. J...

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MUDGEE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 26 August 1848

25E723G-K2S. Tub nefarious system of Sly Grog Selling appears lo h-ivft nn unlimited swiny in this and the Uabeo district, and it' no increase of our local police force b determined upon, st is likely to become hereafter more anrl more aggravating'. The indi;icrcnce with which this low i-.his.s of illicit traders treat the authorities, can l.e regarded in no other light but iha-l of contempt, and open defiance- tantamount to the saying ' Uitch mv if you can.' There ciuissayios or p;ib, v trover they may be Wrnoil, ire all wide awake boys, and if the slightest hint jf. Police interference being at hand is given, the 3 wag, i. e. grog and et ceteras is put in plant until the affair blows over; and we need hardly 3ay for it is an indisputable fact, that this class of fellows have the patronage of persons whose sense of moral right should teach them a different line of iction. We were' witness to the demeanour of one af these characters, who not long since was fined i £30 at the Mudgee ...

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IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 26 August 1848

mEEiANB. A squadron of the Queen's Bays and a squadron of the 17th Lancers are now per . manently stationed in the Castle, there being ample accommodation for this force since the departure of the viceregal court for the lodge in the Phoenix Park. A survey was made by the engineer de partment during the last week, and it was officially reported that, in order to make the Castle perfectly secure from surprise, it would be^ necessary to erect a ball-proof gate on the bridge which connects the Castle with the garden in the rear of George Street. In Dublin, the military preparations con tinue on the most extensive scale. A wooden bridge is being constructed to throw over the canal at Portobello barracks, in the event of the communication with the city being cut off by the destruction of the atone bridges. The horses of the cavalry have now attached to them an extra rein, composed of curb-chain steel, and capable of resisting the cutting-hook fastened at the back of the pike now in cours...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 26 August 1848

Colonial Secretary's Office, Sydney, 14tii August, 1343. TITLE DEEDS. The undermentioned deeds have been trans mitted from this office to that of the] Registrar General for enrollment, under the provisions of the Act of the Governor and Legislative Council, 7t!i Victoiia, No. 28 ; to be by him forwarded through the Surveyor General to the Colonial Treasurer, by whom notification of their receipt at his office will be made to the grantees by letter, after which they will be delivered on application, viz. : — PURCHASES UNDEK. THE EXISTING REGULATIONS. TOWN ALLOTMENTS.. Proclamation of 23rd September, 1347. Deeds dated 29th July, 1818. 6. Henry Malion, 2 roods, Mudgee, lot 93. 11. Reverend Thomas Beagley Nay lor, 2 roods, Carcoar, lot 119. -?'.'.. ? 12. Ditto, 2 roods, ditto, lot 120. Proclamation of 28th January, 1818. Deed dated 25th July, 1848. 30. Edward Boyle, 2 roods, Bathurst, lot 21. Proclamation of 1st January, 1843. ]'ie;ed,dated loth June, 1843. 65. John Tait, 9 acres, Bathm...

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REPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 26 August 1848

REPEAL. ? Mr. Johi* O'Connell moved for leave to bring in a bill for the Repeal of the Union. Ke prop cis e,d that the preamble should de clave the necessity of such repeal ; that its first clause should enact that repeal ; that n following clause should enact the integrity of the old Irish House of LordB, and that another clause should recal into existence- a House of Commons for Ireland, 'with 300 members. . Sir W, Somerville met the pro position with a direct negative, as injurious to Ireland, socially and politically. Mr. M. O'Connell followed in support of the mo tion, and in one part of the speech said, 'the sentiments now pervading the minds of the people amounted to this — that they would make this their last appeal to the British Legislature, and, if it should prove to be made in vain, they would then make a final appeal to Her M ajesty ; and should that also be equally without any beneficial result, then' he begged to inform tbe house — -not by way of threat, but as a sole...

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ENIGMA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 26 August 1848

ENIGMA. I eofl^e with Majesty and pciwer, j ' I come with pomp and sway, To make! the grass and herbs to flower,. ' Botht here, and far away. And oft I come in times of need ?: 'When there is much distress : ' '. ?But seldom lam found indeed, ? ; In a barren wilderness. I am no stranger here on earth, ^ . ; For me the world must know ;, But little all, this land was worth, v Before I came below. Sometimes I make a great delay, , Yet still I am protected, , And hover in some curious way, .. Then come quite1 unexpected. My home is almost every where, . I well nigh visit all ; But there are countries you're aware, On which I never call. I'll leave you now my name to guess, And X have little doubt, ' But what you'al^ without distress, Will quickly find it out. ? O.P.Q. Bathurstv i -

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To the Editor of The Bathurst Advocate, Bathurst, August 22. 1848. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 26 August 1848

To the Editor of The Bathurst Advocate, Bathurst, August 22,. 1-848. Sir, — I.send you the following extract, not on account of its singular eloquence, but especially to give circulation to its principle among all your readers who choose to think. I commend the study to the writer of your ' Family Visiter,' and to all his readers, and I feel assured that all your intelligent readers will be obliged. B. G. Onk of the universal sentiments which Chris tianity has deeply imbedded in the human heart, is that of the natural equality of men. I mean by this phrase to describe, nol the metaphysical doctrine (which is false), that all raeii are born with the same intellectual and moral aptitudes ; rror the economical doctrine (which is equally false), that all men should possess an equal amount of property; nor the political doctrine (which can rarely be true), that all men should be invested with the same civil privileges ; but the religious doctrine, that all are of one blood, children of O...

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THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, AUGUST 26, 1848. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 26 August 1848

- TEE ? BATHURST ADYOCATE. SATURDAY, AUGUST 26, 1848. Yesterday, at noon, a large number of in dividuals congregated at Mr. Patrick White's Inn, in pursuance of an advertisement, call in? upon the inhabitants of the District to ' meet and take into consideration the recent regulations relative to Crown Lands within the Settled Districts, and to adopt; such ineasnres as might be deemed advisable to prevent the same from being enrried into effect. Shortly after the time appointed, Colonel Morrisset; P.M. (who in answer to a requisition had convened the meeti; cj) made his appearance and stated the object of the meeting, and after the re quiaition had been read he called upon the meeting to appoint a chairman. The Colonel had pre viously objected to preside on the occasion. Some little confusion was caused by a mis understanding as to who should be called to the- chair; the difficulty was soon settled, and Francis Lord, Esq., was moved to the chfiii'. The meeting was addressed by^save ...

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Shipping Entelligence ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 26 August 1848

Shirking EnUlUgsnce. ARRIVALS. August 17. Clarissa, schooner, Capt. Johnson, from.Moreton Bay the 10th instant. 17. Rebecca, barque, Capt. Macdonald, from the whaling grounds. ' 17. Comet, schooner, Capt. Cork, from Port Nelson, the 4th instant. - 18/H.M. Stermer Acheron, Capt. Stokes, from Plymouth 21st January, Kio de Janeiro 5th April, Cape of Good Hope 15th June, and King George's i Sound 7th instant. )8. Sobrdon, ship, Capt. J. Nicol, from Port Phillip 10th instant, 18. Palmyra, barque, Captain Robertson, from Port Phillip 14th instant. 19. Will Watch, schooner, Capt. Stanes, from P*ort Fairy 12th instant. 19. Phoenix, steamer, Capt. Wiseman, from the Clarence River I7th instant. 19. Winscales, barque, Capt. Sproule, from Hon-gkong 21st April, and Manila 3rd June. ,21. Tamar, steamer, Captain Allen, from Noreton Bay, 18th jnst. 22. Columbine, schooner. Captain Cook, from Moreton Bay the 22nd mat. , . DEPARTURES. August 16. Pocklington, barque, Capt. Bolger, for the South Sea Fi...

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Original Correspondence. Per favor of the BATHURST ADVOCATE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 26 August 1848

©cisinsl €avvzgpan'ttente- Per favor of the Bathurst Advocate. To His Excellency Sis. Charles Augustus Fitz Roy, Kniyht Companion of the Royal Hanoverian Gueljihiv Order, Captain- General and Governor- in-Chief of the Territory of New South Wales and Us Depetidencies, and Vice Admiral of the same, &'c. May it Please ? Your Excellency, If the intention in writing, and the importance of the subject, do not excuse this mode of commu nication, every other attempt at apology would be little less than a grand impertinence. Therefore, without making a formal statement of my profound respect, I earnestly beg that your Excellency will be pleased to believe it. ? The subject of Emigration now engrosses the mind of the whole Empire, beyond all precedent ; and multitudes of individuals are intensely occu pied in contemplating this Colony, as affording the means of relieving the Mother' Country, of 'that immense portion of her population, who have no adequately remunerated labour ; and w...

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WRECKS OF THE EMIGRANT SHIP OMEGA, AND THE BARBARA. LOSS OF ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY LIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 26 August 1848

WRECKS OF THE EMIGRANT SHIP OMEGA, AND THE BARBARA. LOSS OF ONE HDNDRED AND TWENTY LIVES. The New York Courier and Inquirer gives the following account:'of the wreck of an emigrant ship from this ! port : — ' The British ship Omeaa, Captain Garrick, 1300 tons, from Liverpool to New York, with 327 passengers, consigned to James Rey burn, was fallen in with February 12th, longitude 53134, by the barque Highland Mary, at this port. The Omega had lost spars, sails, rudder, &c, in a hurricane, and was leaking badly. Several \essels were in sight at the time; 140 of ths passengers, chiefly women and children, were taken on board the British barque Aurora, of Aln wick, bound to St. John's, N. B. ; 163, including Dr. Hartnett, the surgeon of the ship, and part of the crew, by the brig Barbara, Cook, of Halifax, for New'; York, and the remaining twenty-four, together with the captain, chief officer, a-id twenty four of the crew, to the Hiqhland .Mary, Captain Gilles, who having been ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 26 August 1848

? AN,Y proposition for the circulation and sale of ? this Paper will 'be thankfully received, remem bering that/all' quarterly subscriptions must be paid in advance; and also, that all letters :? must be post-paid, or they will not be received. ''.' EiSlSTB2S,-S»S&BSS. SPRINTING- ' ?m^XECUTEt) AT THIS OFFICE ON THE _HJ^ SHORTEST NOTICE, equal to any house In London; ' ' ? ? ' ' ? STATIONERY OF EVERY DESCRIPTION ?„,',.-. Always on hand. v i ' '. ' '??'. '' IIBWBBiJAraD' . ' ?SHS&O^'^nO'UT ' TI2ES GLOBE. /5CS U R P RISING CURE OF HI RHEUMATISM. ' Little Bally Bong, Pon Phillip Road, % ' 'January 16,. 1848. 'I hereby certify, that my wife,LydiaRochford. ?was afiected with Rheumatism in the head for fifteen months, and although attended by good medical practitioners she got no, relief. It also affected the palate of her mouth, w muc'h so that she could not articulate her worts properly. I was advised to try Holloway's -Pilli and Ointment, which I did administer to her, a...

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Police Office. SATURDAY. Before the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 26 August 1848

Police G£Sce. Saturdav. Before the Police Slagistratc. James Doyle pleaded ' guilty to a. charge of drunkenness, as this was shewn to be the fourth time the prisoner had offended in the same manner, he was sentenced to six weeks hard labour in Bathuvst Gaol. Monday. William Fletcher, William Cameron,' and Eliza beth Jackson were severally charged with drunk enness, and sentenced to pay ten shillings each, or twenty-four hours in the cells. William Smith for the same offence was fined five shillings. Patrick Lahy was . charged with larceny,- and from the evidence of George Bentock, of Meadow Flat, it appears that some time ago he (Bentock,) came into Bathurst, and on his return, -found some slabs removed from his dairy, and six or seven hundred weight of salt butter missing ; some time afterwards he went to prisoners''1 house, (who is a shoemaker in the neighbourhood,) and there he saw one of the kegs lie bad lost with the butter, and as he had made private marks on the hoops of the ...

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