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COURT OF REQUESTS.—(continued.) SOUTHALL V. HUTCBINSON.. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 16 March 1850

COURT OF REQUESTS.— Yc6niinued;j SOUTHALL V. HUTCBINSON.. rtThfj defendant, Mrs. Hutchinson, appeared to answer a, demand for 10s. Gd., preferred by Mrs. Southall; for washing, starch, and cash paid on her account. The plaintiff opened the case by ac quainting the ladies and gentlemen present with a very interesting fact, vfz., that she had been a go vernment woman to Mr. Suttor for fifteen ;Vears. She made this statement with an air of triumph ^ that evidently showed she calculated upon ? Mr. Suttor's influence in shaping a verdict for her. After a few words addressed to the legal fraternity, and a considerable quantity of washing-tub elo quence expended Upon the audience, - she whisked arid bou nerd about in a style, which rendered it quite evident that slie liad a spirit above, soap-suds, arid did not mean to be humbugged by' any of Her Majesty's subjects, fiom' the Honorable the Colo nial Secretary down to a two-and-threepenny blue bottle, or even that '?abominable, unconscionab...

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Original Correspondence. To the Editor of THE BATHURST FREE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 16 March 1850

©rtfltttal CrrtTC£5pcrutfcwct. To the Editor o/ J!hb Bat.hurst Free Press. Sia;-i-A few of my brethren for some time past, have beau grumbling about the Master and S'ej vants' Act, and one eveninglast week, Basil Ewe bank, ,tho shepherd, said a great deal about it* and put' himself. to an .unnecessary expenditure of his: universal-, but unmentionable, adjective. . Sir-' if my brethren could see they Would per ceive that the aforesaid ? Ac't: has been made ex clusively for their use and benefit, but they cannot understand it, and therefore say it is unfair, I told some of them yesterday evening that it -was im possible that it could' be unfair, because it had directly enacted from a concentration of the wealth and1 wisdom of the colony. I likewise endeavoured to make them understand the philanthropic dispo sition of our Honorable Law-makers, in giving the aforesaid Act so extensive a latitude, so that the greatest possible number of servants might be benefited by its benevolent influ...

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

Biptir: aitm jro v ?^mBW^tm, Copy °f* '*&» *° t** emo^ ##*»: Bmaro, I ?Touv mpy be Cured yet i 11 ? : ] i.^f^^'lf^W? that paper qf the.ith I Gaf iS?v?w»£^ B Sirj— Observing =that'' you1- advertise1 ' Hol V /'W^k ^C^^nb wfSftKiPisi^ oway's Patent' Medicines^' and-' having my- ' %Pfct|t. ^^^^^^^fflofi ^few, Self- derived -great'; benefit from- their use- 1: \^LJ H^^P*^P^^^^HiH ^^^ ;raake: my; cure knowa for the benefit offmany f I jf^^^^Sl tffl^^M ' Mb Sl/lroL :readersi as'I. think many would^ avail them \ ^ 1 ^Hf^^tlln^^^BM 1 1 Iftt- selves ' ofi 8°: safei and'' excellent a^ remedy, if __^M 1 li ^^SoHBllKiE^^^ly ^1§5 they werconly aware-of their* gr.eat virtue: ''?*'1'»* ?^^Sa^r^^^^^^^SJau-»»i»£a In ApriMasti my duties- compelled' me to WONDERFUL CURE EFFECTED' BY live out in a- small tent ; and^beibgaubjected HOLLO WAY'S' PILLS AND OINT- to great heat and^ exposure, I' was attacked MENT ! I' with as violent fever, which for six weeks lopy of aletter from Captain E. F. Ferris...

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

T9 BvIMms and otliers. ' , T1t« Pounds meward. pENDERS for repairs, required at the Woolpack QTOLEN or strayed, on Nor. 1st. 1849, a dark ' JL Inn, Kelso, a description of such repairs to be C5 bay mare, four white feet; branded RM on the jeep on application to the undersigned. .Tenders near shoulder, had when she left a black filly M3 ?vill be received until 1 2 o'clock on Monday, the on the near shoulder. A bright bay mare, black 25th day of March 1850,. at Read's Inn, Bathurst.' points, three years old, branded M3 on- the near . TRnMTAd rnuTTQ shoulder, with two narrow stripes down the nose, ,'-:-?????-?? ???: xnyjtAa juwjua.. and wag heayy. in foa] . rfgo- a bla(jk tWQ year ,:. 'i ? .. Caution - old filly, with a small star in 'i the forehead. If N' ' rt-PTnr. ? ' i. ? i- .,'''?„' strayed a reward of £1 will be paid upon delivering OllCIi is hereby given, that all stock found the said stock to the Chief Constable of Carcoar. I .tresspassmg on Colonel Verner's property at If stol...

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

MILITARY COLONISTS. C From, the Colonial Observer.) The United Service Gazette announces that, an -future, regiments intended for service in Australia and Tasmania shall not proceed direct to these colonies and afterwards move to India, but they shall eo to India, in the first instance, serve their allotted tiooej then; on being relieved from home, go on to Syd ney or Van Diemen's Land, and. ultimately settle there, when the expiry of service en titles them to the piivilege. [ Although Sydney and Van Diemen's Land are the only places expressly men -tioned, as the future destination of those soldiers, who may have served their allotted time in India, yet doubtless all :the Austra lian colonies are included in this regulation. 'We are always thankful for healthy emi gration, and doubly so when the colony is relieved by the cost of the emigration being removed from, the colonial revenue, and made chargeable upon other funds; hence the foregoing announcement would inspire ua with unmixe...

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

TO' ADVERTISERS, Notice to. tbei IHibllc. SETTLERS; Dealers, andiothers^aWmost re ? spectfully informed,, tha.t, the undersigned; ha Tin* «noti '-'-of ' AflTr^vHcf»mf3.Tita lately returned from Sydney, wliere^he has beei 1'JIG- COSt; GI ^aveitlSementS purchasing for CA^H, an assortment of. usefu UlUSt be paid pre^iOUS. tO tlieir III-- GOODS, suitable for the Town of Bathurst a'n- DQ,j.-nn' Xd-Trovrfanrncm+a will 'Ko Country.; Districts ; and ?? is V determined to sell fo: Section. Aaye^tlSeinentS. WlU, be SMALL PROFITS, as it is his intention to visi received Ulltili Six O'clock ill; the the Metropolis, for a. fresh supply within tw- j?-t\ ? ?(? t j- j. i months. evening Ot hndaiy, but Cannot be J. w. haying taken the adjoining premises ,:m i witMrawii after Twelve; o'clock general store, r On. Tuesday. A liberal allowance Ilis forraer residence will now be opened as t will be made- to; parties^ desirous: o£ c*lass and Crockeryware store, advertising; for threeor sixmonths. '^^^Sk^t...

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M. KOSSUTH ON HUNGRY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 16 March 1850

M. KOSSUTH ON HUNGAY. The following ,18 .the. farewell addresa of Kossuth to his country, written at Orsova : — ' Farewell, my beloved country ! Fare. well, land of the Magyar! Farewell thou land of sorrow ! I shall never more behold the Bummit of thv mountains. I shall never again give the name of my country to that cherished soil where I drank from my mother's .bosom the milk of justice and liberty. Pardon, oh !, pardon him who is henceforth condemned to wander far from thee, because he combated for thy happiness. Pardon one who can only call free that spot of thy soil where he now kneels with a few of the faithful children of conquered Hungary. v My last , looks ,a're fixed on my country, and I see thee overwhelmed with anguish. I lsok into; the future, but that future is overshadowed/ Thy plains are covered with blood.the redness of: which pitiless destruction will change to black, the emblem of mourning for the /victories thy sons have gained over the sacrilegious enemies of th...

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LOUIS NAPOLEON HIS OWN MASTER. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 23 March 1850

LOUIS NAPOLEON HIS OWN MAS TER; I From the Examiner. . I Louis Napoleon's sadden taming oat of 1 such men as Odilloh Barrot, Dufaure, and 3 Tocqueville, promised to be the commence-' 1 ment of one of the most interesting chapters 1 in French history. People applied them 1 selves to the perusal of the developement of 1 that incident with no little promise of in-. I terest. Great has been the disappointment, 1 irresistible the ennui. The chapter expected I to be so full of excitement turns out dead as I ditch water. One might have been tired of i the' old personages, 'weary enough of the I Barrots and Dufaures : but, after all, they I were . much more respected I than ^ they I Rouchers and the Hautpouls, and quite as 1 amusing. What was the change made for ? I If it was raeant-to show that any sticks I would fill the posts of Ministers, as well as I the gentlemen ejected, and that neither ta I lent n-or principle were required for the ser I vice, that reason certainly was a good and I...

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THIRD DAY, FRIDAY, MARCH 15. FIRST RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 23 March 1850

THIRD DAY, FRipAY, MARCH 15. I yi.RjSj BAcp. : The Publicans' Purse of £30, for all horses, weight ' ' for age. ' ; Mr. Healy^s b.g. JorrqQks, aged ;. 1 1 'tf : DeClpuett's kli. Little. Jph'n, qg. 2 2 t- M'Crae's., b.g. ^ ^gan,ee, agevd 3. ,3 At.the start the old horso took the lead, closely followed by Zinganee and Little John for the first time round, when Little John endeavoured to col lar thq old horse, who was' too fresh, and he came in a winner ;by about three lengths. The second heat was won in the same style by the old horse. Little John being weighted 7 lbs. over old Jor rocks, and having met Heki tlie first day, were calculated to tell against him. . SECOND RACE. The Ladies' Purse of £20, for.two year olds ; heats one mile Mr. M'Crae's Pirate .... I I „ Neville's Mermaid ..3 2 „ North's The ^rab .. 2 dr. At the starting Pirate took the, lead,, closely fol lowed | by, fl»e Arab, t\\e former winning by a length. The, second fieat the Arab took ^,he lead for about half w^y ro...

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SECOND DAY, MARCH 14. FIRST RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 23 March 1850

SEC0.NP DAY, MARCH H. :: WaST RACE. Hurdle Race of £10, for all horseg,: over leaps1 of 3 feet- 6 inches. ' ' ' ,Mr; NeyiJie's e.g. Picton, 5 yrs.. (, , ? ) 1 „ .Green's. c.g1. Marmion) ageel' ........ 2 „ ;&c$fs!e5[-;. ^m'^feilje^, aged ...,.'..' . 3 At starting; Picjton ^opk-.the lead, .closely jTollowQd by;%m,,wfiQ losj groun.4 .after the second leap-; Mftr.miQnjroade play andjed ,§am,P,ictpn gpingpyer thp jgro^d.at -. a ^espera^ pagei leading tH.e .other twrp, b'y'tliree ^hurdleB,, until -.Jw; ca,m.e. to the. last leap,; in ^which he;.w,as!bai}l^e.d by .sqmeBer^pn running aprons, the course; Hisr rider bringing him to jit again,' he tbpkfiij.ttiiJi loajiie iu i» v^oj-' -'. wionw ? .sbpp#d uaA°E» A .Hack: Hurdle Rack of £10. Mr. Neville's Blackbird ...... 11 Vi M'Diarmid's -Harkaway .. bolted. „ Healy's Welco/no ? 4 3 „ M'Crae's Steeltrap ? 3 2 „ Plielps- Dandy ? 2 5 ;The first heat was easily won by Blackbird ; the second heat the last hurdle was leaped by Black bird, iW...

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IRISH RENTS AND TENANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 23 March 1850

MUSH REMT9 ANjt) TfiNAKTS. CFrotn the Fretman's, Journal.) ' County Galway, Nov. 1. — TV© English farmers from Lincolnshire have just been over here. They examined very minutely aome lands in. ithe neighbourhood of Pan more. They complain of tberepresentations which were made to them in Englaad of the oh?^p, tennis qhwhiflh land could' be had in Ireland, and; allege that they find landlords here demanding larger rents for 4and,a iquite naked arid- destitute of any -accouimpdation in the way of. buildings for either man or beasjt, than th^ey! had bee?i used to pay in EagJand .for farms provided - with; good farm houses and offices. ; Op -applying ?' to the proprietor of a ; large farm hear Duumbre which has lain '.waite' for ;the last threb; years, -'and whiGhiiias .;pejther house nor pfV fice on it, arid the soil of which, though naturally of fair quality, is in rather low condition, they were iriforiried that the rent expeqt?ecl for. it-.W.aa! 3i5 s . lan acre for the ,best. part o...

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

Country News. [f.ROJI OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] CARCOAR RACES. The good town of - Carcoar has exhibited one of those stirring appearances always .usual on sporting occasions, and considering the age of our youthful township,-^— perhaps in after years destined to be the emporium of the seuth-western country,— we must commence by paying that a better meet of horses, and a noqre ^porting &njd jovial lot of souls never yet met. .under the usually mild and ?beautiful bffmate of this our adopted land. For weeks before the event of which I jim now abput to write, our township h^s.be'en enlivened wjthjthe show of sound fir^t rate prads taiki^e thisir .morn ing and afternoon airing. The occasional visit from a ' far west- squatter enquiring for particulars of the coming meeting added peculiar interest ; to .the affair. So many races comjqg off in this neighbourhood within a short time of each. other seemed to throw a damper on our sckreely fledged off spring, but tnahks to the zealous ...

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THE INTERNATIONAL PEACE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 23 March 1850

THE INTEBiNATlONAL BEACE ' ' ' 'MEETING;' :-i:- ! A HxTBKRTO: th,e peacef'ul progress .of men, the rise, of industry, arts, and skill,, the spread of commerce and civilization, hav& been' lost sight of in vidlenc'e and war. tip to! jthis time the, history ..of :alL. nations ancient ;and ,modern- has been little else than a story of wars, pdlitical intrigues, financial difficulties, revolutions, and' decay. Peace has been nrireally. T^herei has always b!een ?fiber lurtoal fc»tfle- 6r Hit d*Hd*tm*tm for^baltie. W« ^peak of - a thirty 'yeara peace,. ,\t is niore^an thirty years sipp^ \ve marched our ar-mies or sailed our fleet to actual battle against our neighbours, but during all rthe' time1 we have been sufiering the cost of war. The unmatched armies andr unsarle^fleets haye been eating up the fruits of peace, and oppressing us year by year mare lieavily with the taxes of war. A volume of royarspeeches might be collected since 1815, conveying assurances of friendly relations...

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English Extracts. THE WOOL AND TALLOW TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 23 March 1850

English Extracts. THE VTQ01L 'AND TALLOW TRADE. .... . .,, ( From Bell's Messenger, Nov. 19.) .. , ...' LoNDONi-rrThe brily arrival of wool into London last week was the receipt of nine bales from Ham- '?? burgh. From the finest parcels of Colonialj and blanket qualities of English! wool, the demand is steady,' at fullprices. All other kinds ' are a slow enquiry, of unaltered quotations. Judging from the reports from the manufacturing districts, an ac tive enquiry this side Christmas must not be ex pected. Large public sales will take place in January next. ; . ?Leeds. — A fair amount of business continues to bo done, -though not quite so much as . of late. Cloth merchants and manufactures act with great caution, and little or no speculative purchases are made. Prices are without alteration, and stocks are fully as low as usual at this period of the year. Halifax. — The demand for worsted goods has been much the same as last week, tbe principal in quiry being for mixtures for the Am...

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Settlers' Price Current. BATHURST. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 23 March 1850

Settlers' Price Current. BATHURST. Wheat 2s. 6d. per bushel Barley, 2s. 6d. to 2s. 9d. ditto Maize, from 5s. to 5s. 6d. per bushel Fine Flour, £9 per ton Seconds, £8 Rations, £7 Bran, 2s. 6d. per cwt. . Butter, salt, lOd. per lb. ; fresh, Is. to Is. 2d. Cheose, 2d. to 2£d. per. pound Bacon, very scarce. Eggs, fromlOd. to Is. per dozen Potatoes, £2 10s. per ton Hay, 30s. to £2 per ton

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Impounded [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 23 March 1850

Impounded, At Balhurst, on the 14th day of March, 1850 : — One brown mare, TM off shoulder, off hind foot white, long tail, 7 years old, 14 hands high One brown horse, DB with GB over, near shoul der, bad back, switch tail, 14 hands high One bay colt, R off shoulder, star in the fore head, long tail, 2 years old, 14 hands high One chesnut colt, B off shoulder, star in fore head, long tail, 2 years old, 14 hands high One black colt, 11 oil' shoulder, long tail, 2 years old, 14 hands high One roan colt, WDncar shoulder, star in forehead, 1 year old, 13 hands high ; , One bay mare, like JWY near shoulder, MY off side neck, short switch tail, aged, 15 hands high One brown mare, JC with P under,near shoulder A off shoulder, stripe down face, off fore foot white, 14J hands high, with aroan horse foal, stripe down face, unbranded One roan mare, WC, RY over, near shoulder, AK conjoined under saddle near side, illegible brand near shoulder, long- tail, 'aged, 14£ hands high, with a roan hors...

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

(gg~Wedo not identify ourselves tvith the opin ions of our Correspondents.

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THE NEW PENAL COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 23 March 1850

THE NEW PENAL COLONY. As Guiana has been gazetted a penal colony, the chosen receptacle of the poverty -born crime of the British Isle3, a few particulars of the convict sys tem in the penal settlement there may interest our readers. ' In a paragraph now going the round of the pa pers, it is stated that transportation to Guiana would, from, the nature of tlie climate, be equiva lent to sentence of death . This statement would be correct if the unfortunates were to be employed in cane cultivation on the estates, but it is not likely that the assignment system' will be tried in any form in Guiana ; nor is there any reason why it should, as the settlement above mentioned can fur nish subsistence and healthy employment for a large number of convicts, without in any way in lliCcving wiH-i -lir- r.olonistS. It was established soon after the emancipation in 1837. Among the many good and evil eflfects of thai measure. was a great increase of crime among the newly enfranchised laborers ; the...

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Original Correspondence. To the Editor of The BATHURST FREE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 23 March 1850

©i'£rjtnal -£avvt£$aixR*\xtz- To the Editor of The Bathurst Free Press. Sir, — As you have not lately furnished your readers with any cases of Post Office neglect, I beg your indulgence to introduce to their attention, one which has this week occurred to myself. A bank notice, of great importance, was posted for mo on the 17th instant ; I attended the Post Office on Tuesday, the 19th instant, personally, to receivo my letters and papers, but the said notice was not delivered tome. On Thursday evening I again visited the Post Office, when it was put into my hand. This piece of neglect on the part of Mr. Thompson has put me to serious inconvenience and pecuniary loss, and also interfered with my arrangements. I could easily prove my loss and disappointment, but they are not of sufficient interest to the public, and would require too much of your space ; suffice it, therefore, that I state the fact. Amongst other things, I arranged to go to Sydney on Friday, but was prevented from doin...

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

We have not tyetbeen favoured with a regular ??.report: of the Orange Races, but will endea ??? vour. to supply it in, our next. . . ;

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