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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 9 September 1848

Birth. At Bathurst, on the 6th instant, the wife of Mr. RICHARD LISLE, of a daughter. Married, At All Saints' Church, Bathurst, on Tuesday Sept. the 5th, by the Rev. T. Sharpe, William Reid, of Summerhill, to Mary Ann Cole, of Campbell's River.

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TWO SISTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 9 September 1848

Thb fjollo^irig^ilnes^ scarcely fifteen yeaFs~6f age, who/has never l-ee.p; absent ijfrora; Jibme, nor received any instruction; butg|^M{^a^^n^;|^r^ . ; '-.:. .-?, ?: ?; --?; ',. j- ; ?? r-:' '..-!i- -:o i:ayiiraa'n'io,r-r:; :o ?.-.-, warn : ,-? Two sisters sat within a -grayed t'1 -- ^mj :--^ s „- ? j7The«ne.was.fair,and.g£iy; ;v5- -,! ? 'al , , .The qther-loyely tpo.rbubshe :. *:.-; ? ;^ ;.. J ; ' .?,; ,-, Seem'd hastening to decay, -i ! j . : ' .' ,? .,. Her pallid face ^ her fragile form,,,- . . , : ..,-. . tf,J\ Her,.. skin flf dazzling white, ,..i..-, . ... j,; v ' 'Spoke, and alas ! top plainly spoker;, , - -,;; v.\-.,y .^ Of fell consumption's blight. e;. . ;, , ; : '?:. Her lovely sister vainly strove ' .'.:., ,:',;,! ,. ''?; 'By'' word and actions kind, , V ,':- To' chase the cloud 'away; that hungj '[ \ .,; .; : ' O*er haplessVEJIen's mind. . ?. . ;: Ellen she said, why vainly grieve, .'' '??'?? ''You will 'be'well in- time ; ; ', Nayi Ellen' cried; wljy thus deceive, '' ...

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

THROUGHOUT THE GLOBS. : ' ; ry-' \--? ??'':? i ? -??.'' t''; ?''??'. ' ?- ?:- ? ' '; ??'??' -?.--??--? ? ' A CASE OF DROPSY. V!'; Extract ''of a 'Letter from Mr. William Gardner, ?of Hanging/ Houghton, NorthamptmsJiire, .dated. September 14th, 1847. M - . ' To Professor Holloway. ' ,. ?.'...? Sir,— ^1 before informed yoii^that my wife had ^been tapped three times for the .Dropsy,, but by, the blessing of God upon your Pills, and her persever ance in taking them, the water has now been kept off 18 months by their means, which is a great mercy. . , . . (Signed) WILLIAM GARDNER. DISORDER OF THE LIVER AND KIDNEYS. Extract\ofa Letter, from Mr.J. K. Hey don, dated 78, King Street, Sydney, the 2,0th Sept. 1847. To Professor Holloway. \ Sir, — I have the pleasure to inform you that, Stuart A. Donaldson, Esq., an eminent Merchant, and also a Magistrate of this Town, called on me on the ,18th instant, and purchased your ; medicines to the amount of Fourteen Pounds to be forwarded to his Sheep...

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Police Office. Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 9 September 1848

Police Office. Monday. John Cotton, pleaded guilty to the charge of drunk'enneBS,' and was fined twenty shil lipgs, or seventy-two hours, in. the cells. James McDohough, for the same offence, was fined ten shillings, or twenty-four hours in the cells. Mary Edwards, was charged with riotous and disorderly conduct, and the worthy Ma gistrate seriously admonished, but dischar ged her. TUESDAY, i , Caroline Avery, and Jane Djfoall, sever- ' ally pleaded guilty, to the chnrjje of drun kenness, and were fined ten shilings each, ' or twenty-fours in the cpIIs. . Wednesday. ? Mary Sinclair, acknowledged! that she was drunk, when apprehended foythe police, and was fined twenty shillings, «? twenty four hours in the cells. Mary Ann Tatum, was charged with drunkenness and disorderly conduit, and as ehe is an old offender, she was dialt with under the Vagrant act, and orderei to earn her allowance for two months, under the di rection of Mri Chippendale. x Eliza Grant, was fined five shilings, f...

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The Little Philosopher. NO. I. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 9 September 1848

The little Philosoplier. NO. I.v ,..,.; Thk word philosophy : is' derived- ; from 'the Greek language,' ?!atfd:ii8;c6'mj^^n^(d36li;'two words, ?.8ignMying^i^;JLqyp'g:andyi'^isi3bm;'. A. philosppH ski Vther.ef or ev i* ta eana ar lover ? of Our ? word .' wisdom. Aai derived from the , Saxon; r'and as 'defined, .;'*' the knowledge of higli 'thing's/* ' -rTlie .^attainment ^pf : kaow. led^e'iBi-pf^itself, la pleasure,? independent of ;tffe.-!extrinsic advantages' which it brings to every ^individual^according to the station of :'life;in: which he- is- placed. Th^tra0ctionViyhicV we call love, appears . tob&bpmpounded oL esteem and desire. A true philosopher,; -then, , esteetns the know ledge^ of -high thirigs, ? and desires, to pps Eess .itv3f';^-;-;:-^':; ';;;;,;; ;;.? ' ,'..: ':..'. ...''?? .'p'Hiib18''b'p^'y^r8!v4efiri.ed,'ith'e.iknbwle_dge of things-natursi : attd,: moral, grounded upon reason ???? arid ^experience.' Perhaps a more' compreherisive ' defipitibri' wiuld be, t...

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From the First Repeal Battle. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 9 September 1848

From the Xlrst Bepeal Battle. fFromthe Times, May, 3.) . The catastrophe bo long' feared ? in Ireland has at length carae to pass. —' We have to announce a senous collision1 at ''Mmerick'. There has beea fighting in ^he: streets. Shots havebeeil fired; and'theldrig-hoarded pikes brought id to actual use. Houses have 't'een 'attacked, ran d military and police; horse 'and fopt,; and eveti: the1 artillery have been 'called but/ to'protect1 the lives of citizens assailed;by th^fury of the mob. The vic tims of popular exasperation have had to fly to hide ! themaelvesr ?ahd: to be escorted- to place* of safety by an armed : force. ; 'A member of thejmperial Legislature, abused, hooted, beaten, wounded, bleeding, flying, and terified. has resigned jthe political posir : tion which involved such perils. Here, I then, is the beginning of the end. It is I scarcely possible to calculate the effect of this* terrible outbreak on the seditious spirits of John-street, and the 300,000 ' holy bayon...

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

ANY proposition, for the ciAv.la.tion and sale of this Paper will be thankfMy received, 'remem- bering that all quarterly/ subscriptions must be paid in advance; and z\so, that all letters 7/iust be post-paid, or th'typvill not be received. LSTTEE-PEBSSPaiNTING EXECUTED AT THJS OFFICE ON THE SHORTEST NOTICE, eqi&ljnjmy house in London. STATIONERY OP* 'EVERY ,' DESCRIPTION .ALWAYS ON HAND. — : ? ! ? -—i — : ? /fllfckN SALE; at1 the Advocate ^Office, THE ^W MASTERS' .and SERVANTS' ACT, with THE AMENDED ACT. X»O& POEMS. ^Tte^N SALE, at the ADVocATEOfiice, FORMS ???*$$$?. . for REGISTERING DOG. WANTED, 'M, S AN -APPREMTICE to ^PRINTING ..JrflL BUSINESS, a. Boy, who dn read well. Apply at the Advocate Office. - At KXLLARN3V, This SEASON. « CLEVELAND^ jran R e ab o y e handsome joaching , JL HORSE is by ' Gantaib,', (nported by H. K. Kater, Esq.) his Dam by the inlprted Horse 'Cleveland,', (whose Stock have , be.ti proved to 1 be some of the very .best ever bred in, ie Col...

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

markets. Grain.— The quantity of Wheat brought into the Market for the last month has been very small,, and as a consequence, there has been a considerable advance in the price, and it may now be quoted at from 3s. Gd. to 4s. per bushel. 'Maize appears to be rather scarce, and holders are realizing from 2-. Gd. to 3s. per bushel. Barley. - None in the market. Hay may still be quoted at- from £3 10s. to £4 per ton. Flour— Fine ? ? 0 14 0 per lOOlbs Seconds ? 0 12 0 ' Ration ? 0 10 0 ' Bread 3d. the 21b. loaf. Bran, 3s. per lOOlbs. % . Potatoes are not very plentiful, and are now selling at from 3s. to 3s. 6d. per cwt. Dairy Produce. — Butter from 8d. to Is. per 1b. ; Cheese, 2£d. to 4d. ; Bacon, 3£d. to 5d. per lb. ; Eggs, 8d. to lOd. per dozen. Fat Cattle, £2 to £2 10s. Sheep, 6s. to 6s. 6d. per head. CHEAP RE AD V MONEY STORES. A. SMELLIE, LATE SMELLIE AND BATLLOW. ttk SMELLIE begs to acquaint his numerous ^Sl# Friends and Customers, that he has THIS DAY opened the Premises (next t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 16 September 1848

TERMS OK SUBSCRIPTION. Are Six Shillings per Quarter, payable in advance. Single numbers, Sixpence.' The Quarters end on the last Saturdays in 'March. June, September,' and 'Pec'ember; and on which' dates only can resigriatiqhs'.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 ? must: be written on the face of the manuscript1, 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 dn 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. ME...

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SELECT POETRY. SONG OF THE PEASANT WIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 16 September 1848

SELECT 'POBTB^ SONG OP/'tHE. PEksANt* WIFE. : . ? BT THE. HON. MRS. NORTON. ? ? . , : I Come, Patrick, clear up .the! storms' on your brow j You were kind tome once'; ,\yill you; frown on me _?'?. now '?'.'.' ':'?''.' ','., ?.??,.'*? -.,-? ? ' '? i , ^Sliall'! the.' storm settle here when from, Heaven it ,'''.' departs,' ' ''-.-.?,. - ??,?, ? ;. A ni1- the * cold from without finds its '. way to our . -- hearts? ? , , -? -, .. , ?' ; No,, Patrick, no ! surely the wintriest weather Is easily borne while we bear it together. ? Though the rain's dropping through, from the roof. . to the floorj ? . And the wind whistles free where there once was a , ', ' door,*''. ? '?':'' '. '?''.'. ? ' ' ? ? ;Caii the rain, or the snow, or the storm wash away ,'All 'the warm vows we' made' in love's early day ? . No, Patrick, rib! ?surely the dark stormy weather Is easily borne, if. we bear it together ! ''When you stole out to woo me, when labour was ' ' .' ;, done ^ ?'*?' ' /?' : ',''.' ' ?' ' ''.?'...

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Impounded [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 16 September 1848

Impounded, At KELSO, on the 2nd of September. 1318 :— One chesnut. hrrse, star on forehead, illegible brand near shoulder like IP, about 10 hands ugh, Lime near fore leg. One bay colt, black points, star on face, long tail, like 2 under illegible brand near Bhoulder. One yellow sided cow, T A near rump. One red and white heifer calf, imbranded. One red cow, little white, on back and belly, like Dy over MD oil' hip, and like 5 oiT shoulder. One- red Bided heifer, MD off hip like 5 oifbhmldor. One white steer, brindle spots on neck and body, ille gible brand off rump, about two years aid. One yellow bull stag, no visible brand, aged. One biown steer, white belly, legs, and tail, star on face, no visible brand, about twenty months old. One red-sided poley heifer, piece out of each ear, like.COSD near side the neck. One red sided poley heifer, same brand. One red and white steer, no visible brand, about ten months old. One red and white heifer, ho visible brand, same age. Day of* Bale, ...

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BLACKMAN'S SWAMP. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 16 September 1848

BZi&PBJIKAXrS . SWAMP. f From our Correspondent, j A man named Emerlie was summoned to appear on Thursday Sept. 7, at the Police Office, under a charge of neglect of duty as an hired servant, but after the Court had been detained until two o'clock, neither plaintiff or defendant appeared ; on an en quiry being made it was ascertained that' after defendant hud been served with the summons, next night he lay in front of a fire in a hut and dropped asleep his clothes ignjted, and from his shoulders to his loins were burnt in a dreadful manner. He was conveyed to Bathurst in a cart, and left in the Hospital, where he has since been lying in a precarious state. Robbery. — A man of colour, an Arab, who lived with Captain Finch, recently, us Cook, was on hi*, way to B»thurst with a team, his wife and three children, they were encamped, at ..Frederick'.' Valley, and lay | under the dray the night being wet and -'»lrl ?; tht-y met 'with an acquaintance named Kelly, »i brick maker, wh...

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FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 16 September 1848

FOEEEGJ? X&TiEiXi'&fc&ECTCE. Radkn — Dkfkat of the Republicans. — Death op Bahon Von Gagbrn. — Baron Von Ga'gern,' the leader of the German raovement'for reform, and the prime mover in the' assembling- of the preparatory assem bly at Frankford. has bee.n treacherously shot, whilst endeavouring to bring, the Republicans to views of peace'.' The details of' the affair, ;are given as follows in the Frankfort Journal of 'the 23rd: — Lieut. - General Gagern, undertook thq,.command of the troops.. Qf,;.Baden, and went to ScKlien gen on.-tbe 19th, when intelligence arrived that the irisurefents.had occupied', Gandern. He personally .reconnoitred it during the night,. and on the. 20th, at four o'clock in the morning, the reveil wast beat. The troops were nil en route, for Gandern, which at five o'clock was evacuated by the insur gents, who had taken their position near'the city. As soon as the General's troops en tered the city, intelligence was brought that the insu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 16 September 1848

. ANY? proposition for the circulation and sale of this Paper will be tlvankf idly received, remem bering that all' quarterly subscriptions mustibe: paid in advance-; and also,, that, all letters' ?must be post-paid, or they will riot' be received. SETTER-PRESS 'PEIWtlNff ' 'MTJXECUTED AT THIS OFFICE ON THE JEi SHORTEST NOTICE, equal to any house in London. STATIONERY OF EVERY DESCRIPTION ,'r \ :''?? ??? ?'-?? ?? AliWATS ON HAND. . ?. ;??, j ^STB^N' SALE, at the Advocate: Office; THE ^ P MASTERS' and SERVANTS* ACT, with the' amended act. ? : dog forbes. ^^N- SALE* at the Advocate Office; FORMS TqJJ for REGISTERING DOGS. '??-??? ? wanted; ' . m SAN APPREMTICE to the PRINTING J^Bl BUSINESS, a' Boy, who: can; read;wellL Apply at the Advocate Office. . . ' At KILLARNS1T, TIlis SEASON! 'CLEVELAND.' fip-HE ABOVE HANDSOME COACHING Jb HORSE is by. ' Cantab,'! (imported by H. K. Kater, Esq.) his Dam by the imported Horse 'Cleveland,' (whose Stock have been proved to be; some -of the very bes...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 16 September 1848

ShipjiCng; lEtrtelUseitce. ARRIVALS. September 6. Rainbow, schooner, Capt. Pater »on, from Port Phillip the 28th instant. 7. Shamrock, Capt. Winter, from Circular Head \hts 29th ultimo. ...??? 7. Tory, barque, Capt. Smith, from Hobart Town the 1st instant. , ?-.??.- - - ?-.-.. -.7 10. Governor Phillip, Government brig', Capt. Cobban, from Norfolk Island the 16th ultimo. 11. Palmyra, brig, Capt. Lindsey, from Port Phillip the 29th ultimo. . . - \. 11. Kingston, barque', Capt. Harwood. from Auckland tbe 17th ultimo. ? U. General Pike, American ship, Capt. Pierce, from the Whaling Giounds. 11. Agricola, barque, Capt. Bell, from London, having lert-hfi Downs on the 25th May. 12. Deborahs-schooner, Capt. Nage, from Auck land the 17th August. 12. Cheapside, barque, Capt. Lewis, from Port Phillip the ath instant. . . ' DEPARTURES. September 7. Lady Maigaret. brig, Capt. Mills, for London. 7. Emma, brig, Capt. Pockley, for Hobart Town. 7. Julia Percy, brig, Capt. Fawihrop, for Port Phillip....

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MR. LICK, THE AMERICAN EDITOR AND HIS VISITORS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 16 September 1848

KE. LICS, THE iUVXERXCJAN BD2TO3, And Bis visitors. ' It was Tuesday morning. The number of the Citizen of the West, containing such tit bits of literature as a denunciation of Mr. Andrew Herman, of 17. Back- street', who was described as a, ' scoundrel: . for having declined to give an order for the' insertion' of his advertisement, and a 'Caution to the Public ' against' Mr. Abel Wright,' of No. 17, Broadway, who was recommended to retire to the back wopds fpr insulting Capt. Flam, (the latter baying enlisted the services of the editor,) had been published the evening before. Mr. Lick was seated at his desk, engaged in skimming over the contents of a number of newspapers, or rather culling choice morceaux for the next Citizen. A loud knock was heard at the street door. Lick started'at the sound, and then listened attentively. The door was opened. He heard a gruff voice growling out something, but could not distinguish what; and immediately heavy and hasty steps were heard ascendin...

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THE "UNITED IRISHMAN." [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 16 September 1848

TXSS ' UNITED IRISHMAN.' The following is one of the latest ' bullet ins '*' from the War Office ' of this journal : ' A great number of. people are getting serious about the quantity of troops which the Castle oigan tells us have been for several weeks thrown into Dublin. Keep iiever minding them.. . They are too wise to attack the city, were they ten times as strong as they pretend to be. There is no city in Europe, not excepting Paris or Vienna', so defencible by the citizens as this iu ^Yhich we have the happiness to live. Every house in this city is provided with a mine before it, of exquisite construction for the~bl6wTngr up b'f a squadron over head, and at present used as a coal-cellar. The cellars, of houses opposite to each other are separated in narrow streets by a wall merely — in- wider streets they communicate with each other by sewers, large and high, run ning from each to the main sewer of the street. . The owner of one celler could thus easily blow up. the street rig...

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THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1848. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 16 September 1848

THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. SATU RD A y7~SEPTE.\1BKR ' 16^ ? i's48. In the Sydney Morning Herald of the 4th instant, there is' an excellent article, headed 'England's FarrjRE.' Towards the close, the writer makes tise of the private opinions of some one of high character and authority. The quotation is as follows:— . ' Amid the crash of falling thrones is now the stereotyped heading of newspaper articles ; if men have any penchant that way, they should go to the paper for an account of the smashery. There is no fear of any disturbance in England ; nor in Ireland, though of that we are not sure. But if there be no disturbance, there will be a very wide and general agitation, and ultimately great changes. A very great extension of the franchise and electo ral districts is, agreed on by the far greater mass of the people, and not strenuously resisted by any party as yet. They must come, and they must be used for effectuating a quiet and gradual change in the whole system of government. Econ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 16 September 1848

TO ONKSSPEHS. TO BE LET ON LEASE BY AUCTION, BIT S&OxtIAjNT -Sc AS5ZZ3, For the term of three years, at Mr. Patrick White's Inn, on WEDNESDAY, September the 20th. (Assize Day) About One o'Clock, on adjournment of the Court, PM^HAT will customrd Inn, situated on the ||l_ Road between Balhurst and Wellington, at Guyong, with Large Garden, Paddocks for Stock and Cultivation, amounting to about Sixty Acres of Stand, from which the Tenant can supply himself with Hay and Wheat, even more than he can consume. The Proprietor takes this opportunity of remark ing, that it has been reported by interested parties, that another road, more circuitous, has taken the traffic from this Inn, which is not the case, as the late occupants will vouch, more especially now that the road by this House has been repaired by the Government. DSK. W. Xt... TEt2333 Will Sell by Public Auction, on the Square, oppo site Mr. Patrick White's. ' Enthurst Hotel,1' on FRIDAY NEXT, the 22nd inst.mt, at noon, The ...

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QUARTER SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 16 September 1848

Q-UIL^T^ZL SESSIONS. This Court opened ? on Thursday morning, at ten o'clock, when the Chairman took his seat upon the Bench, and Messrs. Lane, Hawkins, and Lowe, Magistrates. We observed in the Court as Banisters, Messrs. Callaghan and Holroyd ; and as Attorneys Messrs. M'Intosh, Stephen, Wadeson and Home. The business commenced by swearing in A. C. Hood, Esq.i as a Magistrate for the territory, and then Thomas Phillips was placed at the bar charged with stealing one shawl and one handkerchief the property of Thomas Austen. Counsel for the Prisoner, Mr. Holroyd.' Attorneys .Messrs. Home and Wadeson. Mr. Callaghan, the Crown Prosecutor, opened the case by stating to the Jury some of the parti culars, and called Elizabeth Austen, who said she was a married woman, her husband's name was Thomas ; they lived in Mrs. Black's Lane, in the town of Bathurst, she knew the prisoner, who came to her house tipsy about two months ago, when he asked permission to lay down upon the sofa, which was...

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