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CALIFORNIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 9 March 1850

CALIFORNIA. {From the Sydney Morning Herald, Feb. 28) By the Spec, we have Sari Francisco papers to the 26th December. The arrangements for errecting the terri tory into a State, preparatory Kto its being admitted bv the Congress of the United States as a member of the federal body, were completed— a legislature and govern-; ment officers having been elected and appointed. In the political news, how ever, our readers will feel ; but little inter-i ested. ??: ,vi- :.. ??-?'?? ' ? ? V ?' ??'-'? -' ? It is' difficult to gather from the papers before us much information as to the state of .the1 labouring population, or the quanti ties' of : gold' being procured from the dig gings' : what there is on these points, we have extracted. . Nearly the half of the town of San. Fran-' cisco was destroyed by fire on the 24th December. The loss of property is esti mated at£25(M)00. ; We learn from private sburces, that all that has ever been predicted of the rmisery that would befal the unfortunat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 9 March 1850

TO ADVERTISERS; Notice to the S»u6llc. i i ,i -, ,'-.:. M ??:?:? QETTLT£RS,\ Dealer's1, and' others; a*rek mdst re- . j ? . - --—. — : — —~' . Ik3 spectfully ihformed',-that. the undersigned lias i mi ' ?, . jc ' \;i ? ? ? i'^^-wAvi+n lately returned from' Sydney, where, ho has been j The1 COSt : 01 AdyertlSemeiltS pprchasjng. for CASH, an assortment of useful \ lViiVcf K-i Tifild t»fevi0US tO theif in- GOODS, suitable for the Town of Bathurst and | UlUSt Depa,iupicy i.^u&.ty *'*'...?.. Country Districts ; and' is determined to' sell1 for . i s'ertion; Advertisements .will be sm all profits, as it is liisihtentiohtd .visit received until six o'clock in- the ^JJestropolis for a frosh supp1v witliih- tv™: evening Of Friday^ but CannOt be J. W. having taken the.adjoining premises as a withdrawn after Twelver : o'clock :'. ; 'geiTmal: store,: - ;; ; ' On Tuesday A liberal allowance ^former residence will now,, be opened as a I will be made to parties desirous: of **»» a** Croci....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 9 March 1850

The ' Bee ESives,' iSS' TV/T^^ Storekeepers in Bathurst and Car ^*VJLtJL coar having endeavoured to circulate the report, that it is impossible for the Proprietor to Sell at the Prices at which he Advertises, all buyers are requested to furnish themselves with one of the Printed Lists, which they may obtain on asking for at the stores, and to refer to the prices when making their purchases. JOSEPH SIMMONS, Bathurst and ' Carcoar. Wanted, FROM 500 to 300O Sheep, and 50 head of Cat tle, or upwards, to take on the halves, by a person of unexceptionable character, who can be well recommended, and holds stations in the dis tricts of Wellington and Bathurst. Apply to T.X., addressed to Mr. Liscombe, Clerk of the Court, Molong. To Let. 7TYHE house at present occupied by Mr. Eagram, JL as a Public House. The premises are exten sive and well calculated for a large store. Posses sion will be given on July 1st. Apply to . FREDERICK MORGAN. Bathurst, March 8th, 1850. the 'bib hxvbs.' .. ' ;OAmo...

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CALIFORNIA. APPALLING AND DESTRUCTIVE CONFLAGRATION. LOSS OF PROPERTY EXCEEDING 1,000,000 DOLLARS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 9 March 1850

CALIFORNIA. APPALLING AND DESTRUCTIVE CON ! : FLAGRATION. ' LOSS OF PROPERTY 'EXCEEDING 1,000,000 DOLLARS. fFroin.the Alta California, Dec.2Q.J Our city, has been visited by fare, and for ! the second time within the twelvemonth! past sire we called upon to .record, the dis-( astr.qus career of .conflagration. Averted ibv a nower superhuman, through a sue- ? .cession of days and months, during which; its occurrence would have entailed upon our city utter ruinj it came at last, and though' :never , .again might an event of this nature itake place under circumstances so especially favouring the escape of the city, we have to deplore ihe ..destruction of one of the finest and most flourishing portions of San Francisco. The fire originated in Dennison's Ex .change, ;and, it is said, in the second and upper story. About one quarter before six .'o'clock, on the morning of the ,23rd, it was discovered by an inmate of the house, and almost immediately, .also, the alarm was communicated by a...

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THE BATHURST TREE PRESS. SATURDAY, MARCH 9, 1850. "MAGNA EST VERITAS ET PREVALEBIT." THE NEW CONSTITUTION. " It must be so, Plato I thou reason'st well." Cato's Soliloquy. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 9 March 1850

THE EATHURST TREE PRESS. SATURDAY, MARCH 9, 1850. ' MAGNA EST VBEITAS ET PRJEVALEBIT.' THE NEW CONSTITUTION. ' It must be so, Plato 1 tliou roason'st well.' Cato's Soliloquy. At the time we penned the leading article upon the New Constitution for our last is sue, we had not the remotest idea that we were aspiring to the dignity and repo#e of Bedlam Point, or the comforts of a straight jacket. Such, however, is the doom re ; served by the Goulburn Herald for us, in common with all others, who are suffi ciently stupid, ignorant, or 'insane' to imagine that a Second Chamber is fitted for the present state of the colony,' or that the ' materiel' for its composition is to be found in the land. The coolness with which our contemporary arrives at this (to us) most gratifying conclusion is truly admirable ; and we are just now wondering what parti cular routine of treatment he would re commend for the species of lunacy under which, we are labouring,— whether he would consider flogging or mi...

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Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 9 March 1850

Extracts. Latest from Nicaragua. — From Nica ragua we have advices of the reception of the American Charge, Mr. Squier, by the authorities of that Republic. Mr. Squier has concluded with the Nicaraguan govern ment, a treaty! of the long-talkedvof ship' canal f?ofn: f'b£' Ai'io.a'.xc ^to 'lu- x'nv;:fu; ! This ?C'sv.ni ? 'U ic k large cTi'JU;^' to'Tivhiiw. { the i ptmugo of tVitt ?^?g;rifc ;-s.vi-:t?a1 and b to ] be fn i.o oqiul [c&p i.o\hjy .y\v\^voi- oi\ ? shall yu s: 'J^f'Y iiiUrvJeh tv-n-ty. t,uyiii?.ts.'i:i^vj arid gfiiV.m-jt^'l-'i'ia'Ji^da^ tht? srJS ? ' ?may \. ??:x-^0:^^pxk;vx-l intu ?' i, very sharp ; c^rreBiionaence fiflii takitf jliace between Mr. Chatfieia, the British Consul in Nicaragua, and Don Sebastian 3alinas, the Minister of Foreign Affairs, re atiVe to the subject of this -treaty. Mr. Dhaftffeld first informs the Minister that the government cannot cede the right to build ;he canai without endangering the claim of :he holders of the debt upon the revenues o...

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Local Intelligence. WESLEY AN MISSIONARY ANNIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 9 March 1850

Eiocal Intelligence. WESLEY AN MISSIONARY ANNIVERS -\.RY. On Monday evening, 25th ult., a public Missionary Meeting was held in the Wesleyan ,Chapel in this town; Major-General Stewart in the chair. The meeting was opened by singing and prayer, after which the Rev. Mr. Pemcll read the repbrt, which contained a brief statement of the proceed ings of the Society in different parts of the world, shewing the number .of stations, ministers, and members in connection, and the amounts of money contributed to and expended by the Society during the past year. After the reading of the report, speeches advoca ting the interests of the Society, were delivered by the Revs. B. Chapman, J. Watsford, and Pemell'; ' by W. and J. T. Lane, Esqrs., and by Messrs. Buckland, Thompson and Parker. - The Rev. J. Watsford recently returned from Fejee, where he has been labouring as a Missionary for the last six years, gave an account of some of his proceedings when there, and a description of the characters ...

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Impounded, [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 16 March 1850

Impounded, It Pepper's Cree]t -Pound, Febr,vinty^ 1850, from. Thoma3 ?ya,r Campbell's Eiver :— Qt\e ''brown, bull, ,wh4t,e ' iinder -elly, PW rump .and' shpulder' near side : one r^d'and whi'to -ull, JJ off rump ; One entire obit; ''iTf' near shoulder, long ailifltap Q&t|he forehead, about 2 ycars^old; damages: £5 :ach. ' ..'??- ....... From TV. A. Steel, ' Rockley?' :— Onp bay horse, black points, two hind fetjoqks. wh^te, itrlpeon the' face, 8 near shoulder^ 'DY'.dff sUoulcJ'e'r, short ;ail, 'saddle marks;' one bay 'entire entire hbrse, blnick Doiuts, star on the forehead, T41; off shoulder, switch tail; laiEiages £5- , * . . -. ?.-.,. : ( From Jlr. Charles, MfBhillamy,,Charlt,oni :— One black and. white cow, 3F near rump, black bull calf by her Bide, unbranded ; , ori? brindle steer, white .under belly, branded' I'd with; M under; one black and, whito spotted poley bull, no visible brand, 2 years 'old; red bull' .calf,,: with white spot on the tump, uti: branded. If the a...

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SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 16 March 1850

SYDNEY. 'WHEAT.-^-'In this jnarket ,goqd samples ^re in ,de- i{ mand, and will readily obtain 3s^ 6d. per bushel. '3 ?Flour' Is quoted at the mills' at i9 for finejand « £8 for seconds. . '''?? ^; -Bran,— Ip demand.at about 10d. per busljel. % Maize is realising about is. ,6d. ,to 5s. per tbushel. % English-Barley is more iinidemand,JandJib,e,supr % ply not .very abundant. :, , . $ pape.iBarley.— r^few gopd .samplps \vo,uld; sellifpr * seed.. . ? .'?.':. „,.,. , , . .: , . ?? ? % Hay varies from from £4 10^.: to,£5iper,ton.: ; ;l Butter. — jBest.brands, Is. per lb. ' [g .Cheese is; scarce and in, demand. || Bacon, and Hams.~Still continue, jn.deinand, And 1- ? yery scarce.' ' , ': : '.[ ',,''*' . . ? ' ? p Eggs have ibeen realising 9jrd., per .dozen. S ;Fat Pigs meet with ready sale. § .Fat,CalyesV-nppiinal. ,. . ..-?.' : -, | iFat Sl^eep.-— jGopd . ones ..will ^average ^bout 7s. '£ to, 8s., each,; midd,lii)g OflQsa^eiplfin.tiful. ,' ;1 Fat Bullocks have realise,d from 38s. -to 40s....

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Settlers' Price Current. BATHURST. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 16 March 1850

Settlers'' Price Current. BATHURST. Wheat 2s. 6d. per bushel Barley, 2s. 6d. to 3s., ditto Maize, from 5s. to ,5s. 6d. per bushel Fine Flour, £9 per ton Seconds, £8 Bations,£7 Bran, 2s. 6.d. per c,wt. ' Butter, salt, l.Od. per lb. ; fresh, Is. Cheese, 2d. to -2$. per pound . Bacon, froni ^d. to 4^-d. per poqnd . Eggs, from 8d. to Is. per dozen , , Potatoes, j£2 1,0s. per ton' Hay, 30s. to £2 -per., too ? ? ? Sheep Skins, 2 J to 3 jd. per po.URd. ^ool, from lid. to 12*d. ,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 16 March 1850

«^~ We do not. identify ourselves with the opin ? ions.of our Corresponclep,tsi

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Poetry. STANZAS. FROM AN UNPUBLISHED WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 16 March 1850

1^— ??— ????? Poetry. : ?.?.?..-? STANZAS* TOOSt 'XS DN^ODUBllBD ,mmKi ?BjT. W.; Mj. I-E,GGhE.T,T,, M,A. UisaosiiNa tothdmaifof Eensev ? ;(I)6sp}te their fascinating faces). Axo.fllrts tbat sijtiper,it»noc9n,qe, ? Analanguishingly fl^e the graces. p,lay,thlngfl,thatmay.awhUo,amu.so; But trust them pot as friends, or lovers. 1 ?jjti&'rti ' llke'thb'flow'r.thki} rttnkly'wbos ?.Eachiwantfcif- butterfly that liovorsi 5ui are ttio.re , (in the general dearth ? ? That 6ft prevails) 'no spotless roses r No caskets of intrinsic; worth r ? ETo_hoai;ts.w.he.ro honesty .reposes.? 0 yes, there are angolio minds Enshrin'd in, .beauty, .that could never SW6)*ve' fifoni the' princlplo 'that blrip I' ' ?But,1 loving once, must lovb for ever I Give mo the girl thiat knows no ciilto^- . ? ? ?Whosd'sdrinsln Her look of mildness ;— * . : AtiSOl to forfeit *-ne pure i smile— '' ?' .Would drivo.mo to the;rerge of wildno^s 1 1 do remember daysandyea'rs' Of thrilling and of proud emotion', — :?? ? ...

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THE GAPE QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 16 March 1850

~~ THE GAPE QliBSFiofe CFrotn the; Spectator, Nouemoer'&.Ji Sin', — -I must reqaestyou tobe good enough, to allow ,m£to report, throujgiiypur.colum'psi, to the several municipalities- of the C?ip.e: settlement, and others of their public bodies, as well as snecial associations formed for purpose, that, upon their requesting me to act as their friend and representative in this country in defending their interests and claims in the Tate emergency, I ^immediately wrote to Lord Grey, informing him of , the numerous petitions they had placed in my hands; and, on the plea of the probably distant period of the meeting of Parliament, I stated to him at, once the nature of their prayer— namely, that the Qrden in Council making, the Gape a penal settlement might be revoked : and I begged that amount of information which he might think proper to enable me to reply to the applicants, anH which,, were Parliament sitting, I should have a right to ask for. Lord Grey declined to communicate...

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Country News. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 16 March 1850

Country News. [from our.own correspondent.] .?..-? At an adjourned Special Meeting of the Bench of Magistrates, for granting Publicans' Licenses, 'held at Montefiores, on the 12th instant, in accordance with the terms of the New Licensing Act, a license was granted to . Mr. James Toy, of Blackrock, Newrea. for the house occumed bv him. which was built a few years since by the .proprietor Robert' Smith', Esq., of Bathurst,, and recently enlarged and improved, so that it. is now well adapted for a comfortable lind commodious country inn. The weather has been very favorable for thetima of the year ; it is now warm ' aiid dry. About a fortnight ago we. had two 'days' light rain, which ;has been of great' value jn refreshing the. grass and cooiing the atmosphere ; but no water .has been put in the back creeks, and the stock' is much crowded oh the rivers. '?? ' * \' ' ; ' ?' ' ? ' ,' ; - .-.We would bog ; to call the;attention of slicep holders, whose. runs are infested with the '? burr,...

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RAILROAD ACROSS AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 16 March 1850

.RAILROAD. ACROSS AMERICA. fFrom the Daily iJews, October I \:J Much attention is now occupied among the American public by the proposed scheme of a grand railroad route between the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. During the present month two conventions are to be held— one at St. Louis, and* the other at Memphis, both in the valley of the Mississippi— tor the purpose of promoting the prosecution of this most desirable undertaking ; and to each of these conventions delegates will be sent from all parts of the country. In this mighty project unanimity is certainly the thing necessary, and it is to be regretted that there is a probability of its prosecution tteing perhaps iudefinitely delayed, in con sequence of the clashing of , adverse, local interests. The convention at. Memphis, it appears, will be favourable to the route proposed by the middle and southern por tion of the Union, whilst that at St. Louis will embrace the northern interest, and ad vocate the northern, route. ? It is t...

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UNPARALLELED SUFFERINGS OF MARINERS AT SEA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 16 March 1850

UNPARALLELED^ SUFFERINGS OF MARI^E^S-AT ^SEA. fFromthe Ayr Observer. J Iff i'svou'r' painful duty to record -the* terrible Bufferiri'ga' of the~ first and second1 officers' arid crew of the brig Sduthstockton (late WickueT) of -Tewc'astle—detailsr which1 will add another melancholy chaptertb?the an nals of perils on' the deep, Hie following particulars of the shipwreck, and the subse quent privations of the crew' are from the report of the ship Helen Thonipson of Ayr, Captain* Gray, which arrived at Troon, on Sunday last from St. John's with timber, in 21 days :— On Monday, the 5th November, in lat. 54 0' N., and long. 29 28' W. by chro. came up with the brig Southstqc/ctori, of Newcastle, waterlogged, The circum stances received from the chief mate are these :— The brig left Quebec on the 28th Sept. with a cargo of timber, bound for Newcastle. All went well to the 11th of October. The brig was running in a gale of wind from the westward. At 8 p.m. the master judged it necessary to ...

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Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 16 March 1850

Bxtraots* The Hungarian Exiles.-— The Herman has about thirty passengers from Bremen to New York, amongst whom are.some Hun garian celebrities. One of them is Ladislas Ujhazy, ex-Civil Governor of the fortress ~e nnn,rtvn. who proceeds to the United States, intending to form ,an Hungarian colony. He has letters of introduction to General Taylor, President of the Republic,; to the Hon. Mr. Bancroft, and other men of distinction in America. He is accompanied by his two sons and two daughters, and by several Hungarian officers, who appeared on. the deck of the Herman dressed in the picturesque military costume of Hungary. Ladislas s Ujhazy is an aged and venerable looking man, with a flowing grey beard and moustachios, and wearing a singular semi | Oriental dress. Another extraordinary | Hungarian on board this steamer, is Made [ moiselle Apolonia Jagella, who bore ' the ! rank of lieutenant in a regiment of cavalry ! during the Hungarian war, and was subse l quently adjutant .of the a...

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SPAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 16 March 1850

' SPAIN. '??? Madrid, September 24-— Five of the miir derers of Don Josd Gallifa, alcalde of Ma taro; have expiated their crime on the scaf fold, having been strangled (garotted) at Mataro, on the 20th, in pursuance of the sentence of the court martial, pronounced at Barcelona on the L.8.th. Ihe murder -wjpis committed on the 14th of August, so that only thirty-six days have supervened be tween the crime and the penalty. There is this resemblance between this murder and that of Mr. O'Connor, that the deed was deliberately planned long beforehand,, that money was the object, and that the crime was committed on the premises inhabited by the plotters and promoters of it; the vic tim, however, in this case being the land lord, and the chief criminal??; man and wife, his tenants ; and it was on a visit by invita tion to look over the property that he was seized by others of the gang and carried off. tt appears from the evidence that Andres Viilaret, a labouring farmer, and Josepha Caatel...

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COURT pF REQUESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 16 March 1850

^mmmmmt^m T«*bupioei8(j,Qf tbUrOourt; con^oaeiice4 oa Monday morningla&tj at 10- o'clock, 'before W. Hs Sutj;pri Esq;i M- &. H. Heathprn, Esq.. J.P., and J. B. Richards, Esq., J.P. By farthe greatest, portion; of the, casjes, were either SBttlejd out, qf C^urt o/ u.ojdef^ded, and; very, few- of it-he, remainder paaaeased1 any interest. We subjoin the very; few vyorliay ,qr notipe. TaSKEU; V. MoQREHOUSff. The; plaintiff in this case sued the defen dknt^ Moor.ehouse for tbe.8.u,m of -12?, 6,d., the value he put upon a sheep dog which he had left in; his charge at the time he left Mr. .Cummings'a service. Upon making en,q'iiry about the animal, he djs.covrer.ed, that Mooreh'ou^e hftd, k,t\ockQd out his brains with, an axe, and he, therefore, conceived he had just ground? for an action. The defen dant did not appear. The Court gave, a Verdict for ,1.2s- 6d. and 5s. cgsts,. BROW?* V. TH^MPSpN. The defendant in this case was sued for the sum of £5 for loss of time and expe...

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THE BATHURST TREE PRESS. SATURDAY, MARCH 16," 1850. "MAGNA EST VERITAS ET PREVALEBIT." CALIFORNIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 16 March 1850

-SATURDAY, MARCH 16,-1850. '5IAGNA EST VERITAS EX PH/EVAI.EBIT.' i CALIFORNIA. 'The land of gold has been the one absorb ing and exciting topic amongst all ranks and ?classes of society for the past two years. Its glittering treasures have invited the bank ruDt in fortune and character, the adven turous, the speculative, and Ihe sanguine. Of the latter, it is to be feared, California has received very large accessions, who, having no other recommendation, no better aptitude to battle with its peculiar difficul ties and.hardships, than '.an ardent imagina tion and an empty ? pocket, have sojourned thither only to lay their bones or bury their misfortunes in an unfeeling and un sympathetic land. The sober and profli gate, the grave and the gay, the educated and the ignorant, people of every profes sion and position in life, have set aside their usual characteristics and peculiarities, and, impelled by the monomania of gold digging and fortune making, have recklessly rushed to ah unkno...

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