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THE LATE MR. ROBINSON. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 26 August 1848

THE LATE MR. ROBINSON The funeral of the late Mr. J.,P. Robinson, which toook place, yesterday, was attended by a large number of merchants, profes sional men, and other respectable inhabit ants of the city. Mr. Robinson having been a Quaker, his remains were interred in the ground belonging to that body. Mr. Robinson arrived in the colony about five years since, to take charge of the affairs of Messrs. Boyd and Co., and of the Royal Bank of Australia,, and continued to take an active part in the management of the ex tensive establishments of those firms to the day of his death. In 1845, a vacancy oc curred in the representation of Melbourne in the Legislative Council, to which Mr. Robinson was elected, and no constituency in the colony had a more efficient or faithful representative. In the Council Mr. Robin son, was a most useful member,; although not an orator, he spoke on almost every im portant question before the house, and from the great attention which he paid to statis tica...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 2 September 1848

SsIujJinitcr 3EtTteUtrrntC£, ; ' ARRIVALS. August 23. Margaret, schooner, Capt. Rue. from Launceston 18th instant. 25. -Phcaie, sehconer, Capt. Bennett, from Port Phillip' 'the 21st instant. 25. City of Sydney, brig, Capt. Tulloch. from Launceston the Kith instant. 25. Minerva, schooner, Capt. Birkenshaw, from Port Phillip the 20th instant. 25. Diana, brig, Capt. Ball, fiom Port Phillip the 21st instant. 25. Sarah, brig, Capt. Grant, from Launceston the 20th instant. 25. Christina, brig. Capt. Saunder3, from Port Phillip the 22nd instant. 2ii. Emma, brig, Capt. Pockley, from Hobart Town the 22nd instant. ' 2(3. Sir- bid ward Paget,hn.rqae, Capt. Barclay ?? from Hobart'Town the 22nd insUnt. . '' \ DEPARTURES. Ac«oar2S. Mtuki*, brig, Captain Hugci, for Auckland. ' ' 23. Sophia, brig, Capt Korff, for Java via Newcastle, ' ' 23. Gem; brig, Capt. Young, for Ampanan. 23. Palmira, barque, Capt. Robertson, for India. . 2$. Elizabeth and Henry, barque, Capt. Clarke, for Auckland via Newcastl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 2 September 1848

.?' ? ssst.- w. a. ?e's.ssiss Hai received instructions, from Miss ftnau.vG, to . dispose of, by Public Auction, at her residence, ; William-street, .(to make room for thk summer stock,) On WEDNESDAY, September 6th, 12 o'clock, ?MT^RENCH MERINOS, Delaine Dresses, JHC Orleans, Woollen Plaids, Woollen Sliawls and Turnovers; Print Dresses, Bed-ticking, Ging i hams, Boys' Cloth Caps; Millinery, consisting of —Infants' Woollen Hoods, Dress Caps, Infants' Caps. Tuscan and Straw Bonnets, Hosiery, &c. HALF KEG NEGROHEAD TOBACCO. Term3 at Sale. WILL SELL BY AUCTION, At their Rooms, adjoining the Queen's Arms, on THURSDA Y NEXT, the 1th September, at One o'clock, ' MINE really good Working Bullocks* with Shaft Dray and Harness, which are gua ranteed as described, and in condition for the roads AFTERWARDS, A quantity of SHOP GOODS, &c, which will be sold Without Reseive, COMPRISING, 1 Ton of Iron Weights, from 561bs. down to one pound each, in quantities to suit purchasers. 2 H...

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Woman for Australia. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 2 September 1848

Women for Australia. Two experiments are in process of, organi sation, for supplying Australia with British women. The first is a gigantic scheme, originating in the colonies, arid supported by subscriptions raised there, for carrying over^ 20,000 young women, of good cha racter and sound health, as brides for the expectant bushmen. The unmarried daugh ters and sisters of artisans are the classes which the committee charged with the detail of the plan contemplate carrying out. They are rquired to pay a small sum as a sort of guarantee of their respectability. The other experiment is an institution founded by Misa Burdett-Coutts — and called her Homb for. penitent females. A. large house 'has been taken at Shepherd's Bush, and fitted up at an expense of £1,200, for their recep tion. The institution is under the more immediate management of Mr. Charles Di'ckens and Mr. Chesterton, the Governor of Coldbath Fields Prison. It is as yet only an., experiment, but gives, we are in formed, e...

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POETRY. LINES ON READING THAT DARK PAGE IN OUR COLONIAL HISTORY, THE FAMOUS MR. WENTWORTH'S MOST INFANOUS TRANSPORTATION REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 2 September 1848

..'..??.'^tfETair.^'- /LINES ON READING THAT DARK PAGE IN OUR COLONIAL HISTORY, THE FAMOUS MR. WENTWORTIl'S MOST iNFAieOUS TRANSPORTATION REPORT. Let others wear their chains and weep, Australia shall be free ; Nor take one single link again, , Britannia from thee ! No future cloud of felon fame Shall lowering, rise between Britannia's fields of famous oak And Australia's forests green ! We dropt within our father land, A heartfelt parting tear Which sparkles still before the eyes. Of all we there hold, dear ! And pure as is that precious drop, Australia pure shall be, From every stigma, every stain, To all beyond the sea ! The sunny light that shines around, In one unclouded blaze ! But shines on heart's all lighted up With honors brighter' rays ! For, who within so fair a land, Beneath' so blue a sky, Could bear a heart within his breast That beat not proud and high P If such there be, Australia. He is no friend of thine, It' such there be, Australia Then let him cross the brine !...

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To the Editor of THE BATHURST ADVOCATE, Bathurst, August 29,1848. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 2 September 1848

? u ? _ . To the Editor of Thk Bathurst Advocate, Bathurst, August 29. 184-3. ' Sir, — I parceive by the papers of to-day's post, tint the Sydney Morning - 'Herald is taking up the question of the Land Act at the same time with yourself. The -coincidence is worthy to be noted. It shews a movement in the right direction. Only stick to the work, and we shall yet have a healthy, and wealthy, and wise measure of Emigration tint will restore the country and benefit Great -Britain!. 1 could not forbear calling your attention and that of your readers to 1 lie coincidence. When 1 have, heard and read what you have to say furtlrer on the subject.- I shall trouble you with, my own thoughts. Yours, &.c. Cato. Messrs. Sloman and Ash.— On Ihursday, tlie 7th of September, a sale will take place, at their rooms ; the articles are. of a good quality, viz.: ?-_ working bullocks, a variety of shop goods, 8sc. Morning Service at All Saints' Church. — As the Rev. T. Sharpe will be on duty at O'...

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THE LEGAL HEROE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 2 September 1848

TSS L3GAL HEROH. CFrom Punch, February 19, 1848.J Sincb the prospect of an invasion by the French has been spoken of, the entire legal profession has been up in arms, and the bar hai3 declared with one voice, that every member will shed his last lock of horse hair, and lay down his lust fee if necessary,' in defence of his native land. Arrange ments are already in progress for complet ing a. forensic corps, calculated to strike terror into the breasts of the bravest foes ; and it is not perhaps generally known that a; Law Review is about to be established, which will be in fact a periodical, l)ut will consist of powder and shot, instead of paper and print. It is intended to call out the legal cohorts to exercise once a1 week, by roll of drum, in the precincts of the Rolls. The weapons of this gallant band will con sist of those legal instruments with which such deadly havock is usually committed ; and we ask in the utmost confidence, which of us would not fly further and sooner from...

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IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 2 September 1848

SBELAND. Arrest of a Rifle Brigade.— -The po lice have arrested the first, brigade of the Confederate Rifles. On Sunday night, at ten o'clock, in Ship-street, under the eyes of the officers of the garrisxm at Dublin Castle, one of the Rifle, Clubs was arrested while in the act of drilling. Constable Prender found Mr. Gogarty, an attorney's clerk, putting his section of twelve men, young and. middle-aged, through the regu ? lar military movements prescribed for the Queen's troops. The prisoners, Gogarty, English, M'Loghlin, and some five or six others appeared to be above the rank of mechanics. On Monday, the thirteen fol lowing persons were brought before the head police-office : — Patrick Gogarty, clerk; Andrew English, clerk ; Patrick Eeliy, ca binet-maker ; John O'Drien, bootmaker ; John Brennan, bootmaker; Michael Mur phy^ tailor ; Bernand O'Sullivan, tinsmith ; Peter Devay, mattress-maker; Patrick Far Jell, no trade ; Charles M'Namara, tin plate worker ; W. M'Loghlin, clerk ; F...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 2 September 1848

APOTHECARY AND DRUGGIST, THANKS his Friends and the Public in general, for the support they have given him, and begs to inform them that he has on hand the following Articles, besides the other Drugs usually kept at such an Establishment : — Corrosive Sublimate, Sal Ammoniac, White Helebore, White Vitriol, Sulphur, Arsenic, Quick silver, Venice Turpentine, ' Bluestone, Tartaric Acid, Essence of Lemon, James' Horse Blister Ointment, Treacle, Honey, Butter of Antimony, Smelling Salts, Volatile Salts, Carbonate of Soda, Baking Soda, Poole's Aperient Ginger Bread Nuts, for adults and children ; Brown' and White Wind sor Soap, Siigo, Arrowroot,' Oatmeal, Saltpetre, Epsom Salts, Horse Balls, Washing Soda, Turpen tine, Raw Linseed Oil, Polish, Cream of Tartar, Alum, Ginger, Isinglass, Spices, Trusses, Rings for Infants, Qlass Feeding Bottles, Prepared Teats' and Breast Shields, Nipple Glasses, Liquorice, Lozenges, Logwood, Copperas, Sarsaparilla, Pearl Barley, Essence of Peppermint, Oil of...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 2 September 1848

Died,         On the 4th April, at Hinckley, Leicestershire, England, aged 67 years, Ruth, relict of the late Francis Ward, Esq., and Mother-in-law of the Rev. B. Hurst, Wesleyan Minister, of this town.

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Proceedings of Public Meeting held at Bathurst, relative to the crown Land Regulations. FRIDAY, 25TH AUGUST, 1848. FRANCIS LORD, ESQ., in the Chair. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 2 September 1848

Proceeding's of Public Meeting held at Bathurst, relative to the Crown land Reg-ulations. Friday, 25th August, 1848. Fisancis Lord, Esq., in the Chair. 1 F. Lord, Esq., on taking the chair said, the meeting was assembled for the purpose of discussing a 'most important question, they had had other meetings of importance in the District, but the questions on which they had been called together before dwin dled into insignificance compared with the present one. He was pleased to see so many present on that occasion, as it was a proof that they were alive to their interests and they were all bound to oppose the recent land regulations. He would not forestall the speakers that were to come before them, but he was prepared as one of themselves to give his opposition to the; measure, and he would give his opinion on the subject. ,The lands of the colony had been divided into three classes, the settled, intermediate, and unsettled — he thought it would have been better if there had been onl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 2 September 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 advance; and also, that all letters must be post-paid, or they will not be received.

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No title Blackman's Swamp. August 25,1848. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 2 September 1848

Bl«ekmaii*s Swamp. August tf , 1846. Sit*— I accidentally net with a Sydney newspaper the other day, whit h 'gave a statement of a meeting held at Goulbtirn nnd the splendour of thrir build* ings, and the utility and freedom of the Press. It goes on to say iheir paper will soon be as large/ as the Sydney Herald. Well, I declare, I recom mend them; they deserve the greatest applause. They say th'ey will not be out-vie 'by any inland town in the colony: Now, is that to snjr, the no bility of Bathurst and its environs will give up so noble a. cause to any inland town in Australia? No; I am sure 'they, will not. But to return to their journal — Shall we, or will we, allow our little Advocate to be thus small ? I respond, no.. Why not' come forward unanimously and support it, if we require it to advocate us ? Let us come for ward with The One Thing Needful, and then we may boast of its being as large as any country paper. How can a proprietor of a paper carry on if not supported by good ...

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THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1848. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 2 September 1848

THE ' BATHURST ADVOUAT-E. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1S4S. With emotions of no ordinary character we re sume the letter addressed to His Excellency the Governor, last week, on the subject of Emigration.' For ourselves we do not presume to advise any specific plan of Emigration, and of. encourage ment to emigrants. The principle of our Corres pondent's plan may be sufficient or deficient. This we leave to be determined by other's. But with all earnestness, and' in perfect sincerity, we beg the Government to consider, whether there is a present motive to induce capitalists to come out here, in sufficient . numbers, substantially to benefit the Colony, and reciprocally, to relieve the Mother country'. Is the proposed condition of the future emigrant such . that the .Government can honestly advise the relinquishment of home ? So long as emigration is a personal act of speculation, so. to speak, the emigrant is mainly responsible for his own acts. This view of the case, whether its object be...

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BLACKMAN'S SWAMP. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 9 September 1848

'^mmmmmmmm^. ??? CfrYm-fim yfjor'respoiident.j ??, ^;«ray=^ef^S5pbb;eds;jBj:pM^:Sf;.La^^ t ween I the 'looks-publicvhouBo and- Bathiirst ; the: carWeflWillidtiifMtinti' ofSurnnier tHill'.: deppsed^he^wlg^Vtiicke&'a^ riiglit !by ,twd' two^bale^oVscagfis^And^oiolcTjaia^ta^large quantity Ho0^Silk^handkerchiefs/-itrdws'ers;'. shirtsla^d1 'iirdcis8,tJili)Sd ^b'rblie^op'en' a'v tea sundry ^theii^iiciesj^t^lie^v^ ldnged'to^Jat3wsvjDaitoniCstpreiteeperfo£;Sum mer Hill, the carrieit';Mtih'tif*%iiSt b6enf^a'l6ng! time in that; ?capacity.ii and bears a good character £'i'no^cTue(' could be found so as to recover the property, or Becure the thieves. Dalton has offered a ^^ rewar-j of i€5^f6rthe recovery of the I'prop^r tf?'* ^- ' v . » Caution to TiNjo$ig.:r:-5v'e ^' hearfrbm'a tinman, named Richards, who resides in Bathurst, '''tfi jjt'J He '? was ^brought ? up Vby the chief constable' 'of fW;ellingtdri° before that Benchi arid'fined ' in thte sum of ten pounds' sterling, forihawking h...

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THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1848. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 9 September 1848

aTHE EmpST; ADVOCATE/ SATtjRDAY,' SEPTEMBEU^risTsr Oor attention has been attracted by an article in the Goulburn Herald, of the 26th tilt, on the subject of Public Pounds, in which, in complaining of the sacrifices in «any instances, sustained by the inhabit ants of the counties of Argyle and Murray, - by the practice of dishonest Poundkeers, in knocking down the cattle Bold by them at nominal prices, the Editor states, 'that a]] this might be obviated by proper notices ap pearing in the newspapers of or nearest to the place where such Pound is situate, and that by the first section of the Impounding Act the Governor is enabled by a notice, which shall appear in the Government Ga zette, to declare ' That the Poundkeeper of any Pound therein mentioned, shall not be required to cause the said notice to be pub lished in the Government Gazette, as by the said Act is ordered, but, that in lieu thereof, ?uch respective Poundkeepers shall cause the notice or notices so directed by the sai...

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Original Correspondence. Ta the Editor of THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. Iush, September 2, 1848. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 9 September 1848

-gteigfosl Caesdpataitttctn Tathe Editor of Thb Batbusst Advocatb. ? lush, September 2, 1848. Sift, — It appears to nat to be a very natural and commendable fetling* for a man of .business, who emigrates to a strange country, to study the resources and capabi lities of the country which he adops for his future home. In this country we have a broad field for such contemplation. We have (as one very justly observed) ' a country whose climate and soil are equalled by few, and surpassed by noneV' The salubrity of our climate, (particularly of this district,) is such, that without exaggeration, or fear of successful contradiction, I would say is not surpassed, perhaps not equalled by any in the world. For pleasantness it is delightful, and it is charmingly beautiful. To give a just de scription of it, is beyond my, ability, so I shall not attempt it. Any attempt of mine would only darken its brightness, and soil its beauty. We have a soil which i3 capable of pro ducing anything that is p...

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To the Editor of THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. Blackman Swamp, August 26, 1848. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 9 September 1848

To the Editor of The Bathurst Advocate. Blackman Swamp, August 26, 1848. Sir, — In he Advocate of the 19 th of August I see the attentbn of a correspondent lias been directed to flax graving in this country. In a recent num ber I responded, I would give every information as far as I wis capable, and 1 am fully convinced, there is n»t a part of the globe, flax would be brought to Igreater perfection, ^than this Colony, and particularly in this very district, from Guyong, to Ploughman's Creek, King's Plains, Campbells River, Duni's Plains &c. The soil and climate being adaptelf it requires first the land to be well tilled, and nellow, harrowed very fine; in some land it will tike eight quarts of clean seed; to 40 rod of land, lit requires a practical person' to sow the seed (even) neither too thick, or too thin, for instance too thin, the flax grows too strong, and consequently ias more hull, or waste ; pipe clay or. sandy ground will not answer so well, One acre properly cult...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 9 September 1848

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. We wish it to be distinctly understood, that all communications to this Journal must be accom panied with the names of the writers, not ne cessarily for publication, but as a guarantee, that the Editor is not to be made the dupe of designing persons, . . ? ' No Agitator' must be aware that the commu nication to which he refers appeared as an ad vertisement, and if he wishes to reply, our columns are open to him on the same terms. fie can occupy a column for 16s; -..He is very , bold and wide of the truth, in saying that our Journal is open to low, and scurrilous, abuse, ? but public men, when they do wrong, must look for public reproof , ''?' ' 'O.P.Q.' — We would advise this young writer to to finish his schooling, xand, get a little more imagination before he sends his poetical pro ductions tc t the Press.

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 9 September 1848

- :;;2^jiiin0^ell0jpi/til£ ARRIVALS. Ad»obt SI. Munford, schooner, Capt. Hayle, from. Lauaceaton the. 27th August. SarrauBBa 1.'' William, schooner, Capt. Steele, from Moreton Bay 'the 23rd August. 1. Phcenix, steamer, Capt. Wiseman, from- thaj Clarence River the 31st ultimo. 3. Tamar, steamer, Capt. Allen, from Moreton Bay the 31st ultimo. 1. Phantom, brig Capt. Fox, from Adelaide the ?aathuit. 4. Orion, American ship, Capt. Ray, from the Sooth Sea Fishery. *. Forfarshire, ship, Capt. Tudor, from Adelaide th» 29th ultimo. 5. John Gray, ship, Capt. Macdonald, from Glas gow the 19th April, Port Phillip the 27th ultimo. 5. James and Amelia, cutter, Capt. Qile3, from Twofold Bay the 29th ultimo. ?DEPARTURES. Aoaorr 30. Essington, brig, Capt. Mills, for Portland Bay and Port Fairy. 51. Despatch, schooner, Capt. Plant, for New .Zealand. 31. Royal Saxon, barque, Capt. Charlesworth, for Calcutta. . 51. Dorset, brig, Capt. Walsh, for Adelaide. .41. Emperor of China, ship, Capt. Brown, for A...

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