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

rhe Oreettest Bale of any Medl ; '''\-{':'- ? cine in the World 'i:;rj''n j: r Kolloway's Fills and Ointment. To Mr, J. K. Heydon, Goulburn, August 29th, 1849. SIR, — I send you the following particu lars of a case that has just come to my knowledge, thinking it would be acceptable and tend still further; to establish the good repute of Holloway's Pills and Ointment. A Mr. Thomas Clark, -a settler at Curra wang, Lake George, was for a considerable time seriously afflicted with a complaint of his liver,: together with the gravel. , His medical attendants, after trying all their Bkill for a considerable time, candidly gave their opinion that his case was hopeless, and declined any further effort as useless, In this situation, and when expecting every day would terminate his earthly career, a friend providentially called on him, and in the course of conversation enquired if he had ever tried Holloway's Pills, which he assured him had cured a friend of his simi larly situated ; he repli...

Publication Title: Bathurst Free Press
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MONTEFIORE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 23 March 1850

MONTEFIORE RACES. The thriving little town of Montefiorcs was the scene of great merriment on Monday last, the townspeople having come forward in a most liberal manner, and subscribed £25 on the first time of asking, which was' divided between the rival Nim rods as follows : — The Wellington Purse— For all horses' the pro residents in the towns of Montefioro or Wellington. Entrances 10s. each, to which was added £5. Mr. Wheelson's Old Dick............ l l Mr. Conlon's Exeter Lass ? 3 3. Mr. Daley's Queen Trump ? 4 2 Mr. Walford's Bobby : ? 2 4; Second. — Prize — £3 10. Mr. White's roan mare Express ... 2 2 Mr. Holmes' Scotchey .. ? 11 Mr. Harris's Lady Jane ? 4 dr. Mr. Connell's Neddy ? 3 dr. Third Race.— Prize, £2 10s. Mr. Fitzgerald's Sweet Briar ....... o 2. .; Mr. Stenson's All There ., ? 0 1 , ; Mr. Daley's grey Momus . Mr« Smith's Bay Tree ' ' '', ' ' ' ' This was a most exciting race, the two first having run a dead- heat, and the pace was such, they no doubt would have aston...

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MESSIEURS CABET. LOUIS BLANC, AND CO. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 23 March 1850

MESSIEURS CABET. LOUIS BLANC, , AND CO. From the Examiner. We have copied: from the Times a statement of worthy Monsieur Cabet's case, which must make -Monsieur Louis Blanc feel that he has ta.ken nothing by his motion for ar rest .of judgement. ^ The maxim of M. Proudhon, that property is a theft, is in     some applications a simple truism. For example, it might be inscribed on the pos sessions of an ex-railway potentate in this country, and also on the deposits which   worthy Monsieur Cabet carried out with him to Icaria, the feathers of his unlucky pid geons. Monsieur Louis Blanc reminds us. that this benevolent man, equally devoted to the good and the goods of his fellow creatures, obtained the suffrages of 100,000 of the constituency of Paris. We are only surprised to learn that the felonious interest in that capital was riot stronger, especially reinforced with the fools. ' But we have amongst us a Cabet in his way, an Icarian, who actua...

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CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 23 March 1850

CHINA. From the SoutJi Australian Register. The British Cruizers have, recently des troyed two great Pirate Fleets known as those of Chusapo and Shap-ng-tsai the Chief Pirates, who have long been the ter ror of the Coasts. Captain Lockyer in the steamer Medea commenced the outset, by the destruction at Tieupakh of five large junks, by a dis charge' of grape from two twenty-four pounders on board a couple of paddle boats. Then followed a severe conflict, of which we have the subjoined account— ' Some time ago a rumour became cur rent in Hong-kong, at Chusapo, of Wong maouskok notoriety, was in command of a considerable fleet of pirate junks, then at anchor about forty miles to the northward where he was chin-chinning joss, previous to proceeding on an expedition; and sub sequent, sampan arrived with information of a number of fishing-boats being hemmed in by the pirates at a creek called Pinghoi. H.M. Brig Columbine, which had been only waiting the Admiral's arrival to sail for Engla...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 23 March 1850

Wfe . cannot ^isrniss the subject without again ad^er^ng to, the unanimity ' andjgpod, ife.eling w&ch, 9harac,terised, ^frpda first to (last, the proceedings of all connected, with the management of. the meeting. We would; venture to hint to our bigger neighbour,1 I Ba,ttiursjl;,,'^at ,a lesson' for. 'her .future, gui,^ janceinay be, learnt from G.a,rcoanln.ma,tt©rs iof a ? sporting nature, all minor differences ,— ^ail personal feeling, ought to be set aside ( jor, ifr.lihe .p^rti^ . who are tlje ^njfprtunatW i aubjeefcs , of them , . cannot , put of , regar dj to the public goodrallow thein better sense, to guide.them,' it is only reasonable to expect {that they should. le,a,y,e. .'^e'v^eld.open.ta others, who are ;npt !s,p., unfortunately situ ated. In our own; little townshipi there: has been no dissension, no, altercation, no strife of m.a(n, against rn^n,,or party against party ; anflj in c.onseciuence, everything, ii^s. parsed. off pleasantly/ At ;Bathurst, .? t^e lev...

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FOREIGN AND COLONIAL. GERMANY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 23 March 1850

EOREIGN AND COLONIAL. GERMANY. The Austrian government has addressed to the other members of the Germanic Confederation, and especially to those states which belong-to the Prus sian Zollverein, a proposal at once so liberal and so bold that it gives the most ample proof of the de termination of the Cabinet of' Vienna to turn the late calamtaraf revolution into the channelf'bf en- ' lightened reform. The Austrian Empire, hitherto guarded by prohibitive duties, and by an exclusive commercial System, subdivided'by lines of custom houses oven within its own frontiers, proffers to Prussia and the rest of Germany a comprehensive scheme of commercial union ; it proposes the adoption of a common tariff, and a common code of commercial legislation, with all that is needed to assimilate and combine the mercantile interests of a whole nation : atid it' offers to set the example of sacrificing the prohibitive system of duties which have so long encumbered . its industry and impo verished its tr...

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FIRST DAY, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13. FIRST BACK. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 23 March 1850

ifliRgT PAY, WEDNESDAY, sMARCH 13. JiasT aACB. Tb,e Town Plate of i;3Q, for , all horses ; weight fpjr ' ? '' ? ' .age'. ' ' ' ' ' ' ??? , Mr. DeGlouett's c. h. Little John, 5 years, ?''. ; (Matthews) ..;....,« ? 1 1 ,, Hi&ly's c g. Johnny Heki, agd, (Healy) 2 2 „ „ b.g.rGihger ? dr. Both horses came to the post in first rate condi tion , Little John being the favorite by odds. The word off being giv.en, off they smarted, Heki taking' tlie lead until they cajne to the post, the first time, when Litile Jphln polWed, Jiijn, -took, the lead .which he kept, coming in a easy winner. , In t^e seconil heat, Matthews rode iu the ^arae style, eot^ecjuentiy won easily. BECOND EA.CE. The Maiden Plate .of £25, for horses that have never .won au advertised prize, above £10; weight, forage' };hie^ts once round, (distance 1, rnile : 3 chains ;) ? ?' ; Mr. Corse's g.g. Zorab, aged ? .2 1 3 l' „ H^aly'sg.g, Welcome, aged . . . . 5 4 1 2 „ -Rawsthorn's big. Merry Monarch 3 6 6 dr. „ Neville's...

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THE NEW "NATION." [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 23 March 1850

THE ,NEW 'NATION.' Mr. Duffy continues his efforts to stimu late the Irish into something 'like' activity in the pursuit of social and 'political1 re form. In ,his third number he raises a famine cry, arid deduces therefrom the necessity |of an ariti-rkte crusade. ' 'The jfol tp ^ring arJB the: chief 'pbih,t^ 'in his new essay:— ' .The potatoe crop hasfailedonce5 more. It is vain to'aiternpt disguise or fcyasioh. A plight as sweeping, rapid, and ^destruc tive as that of '46 is in full progress. In some counties there is npt one field un tainted. The farmers are 'digging and selling in a panic. The price of potatoes has fallen one-half during the last week, and within a few hours' journey of Dublin. The disease is still at its .height, .blight ing new districts every -Jay. From north, south, east, ;and west, the .testimony is clear and concurrent. The potato is last, and an appalling ifcimine inevitable— in- evitable as death arid, doom, if we cannot ward it off by new, adequate, and...

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Select Poetry. THE LILLIES OF THE FIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 23 March 1850

:--? l:,m$^JF**&^m. THE LIIi£liE&;d,Il'THE FIELD. EA0Hi'at'tlia'daS7iJj;iiprears;it8'ttewyciiallce, v JJS^tJims ifcrtp itc?i)fee tp;tl\eQ(irly' rijowiiig-i- .Gems, tiatf mafoo bright tjie lo.ae dequegtprjd yalljlea, ';tlBe ?rtooalaiiil green, and silent1 glen adornirfg 1 ' 6ocl1'vsaatt/ *? i'et ttiete Mo lignt,' '&Ml Id I 'creation1 '.iStonrf-forih'-'vrith smiles? dmparadlsed anUffaii1; TheAToan had Edett-ftr a'Jiabjltatloii,. ....... Ana ye bright bKlldn-hJof the Spring were tl^ore 1 Ye speak witfc. silent oloauqnce; your voices 1 Conie'tb'tlio'BOUi ^tJraocontB'preathlng'lovrly, . Td^teU TidTrVlrtjiS gladdens Tind rejoicesj1'- ''''?' And stirs tho heart, with.feejlngs puro;and holy I iteekly ye toll an emblematic story Of the Croator'a- love, with' p'athds true, . J!or.Solomon,-withaU-his regal glory, Was ne'er arrayed so. fair as one of you ! . Ayi.y6 havQ lessons for the.wise, rovealing ' ? iluch solemn' .truth' that wakes sublime omotion ; And , wisdom, g...

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

NOTICE is hereby given, that James Stuart Freeman, B.A., Oxford, has been duly ap pointed to the direction of the Catholic School for Boys, at Bathurst, that for Girls being under the direction of Mrs Freeman. Parties desirous of placing their children under the care of Mr. and Mrs. Freeman, the only au thorised Catholic Teachers in Bathurst, either as day pupils or boarders, are requested to apply at the School-room, George-street, or to the Rev. V. Bourgeois, or to the members of the Local Educa tional Board, to whom, also references can be made. School-room,' George-street, March 22, 1850.' XZOT CROSS SUNS!!! FOR GOOD FRIDAY, OF T H E . F. I R S T Q U A L IT Y , TO BE HAD AT R. GILL ES PIE'S, T)A.RTIES wishing to supply themselves are X requested to leave orders on the day previous, as there will be none made except to order. William-street, Bathurst. Strayed, E ROM my Paddock, at Esrom, a black horse, branded Sg; on the near shoulder. He was seen last at Fitzgerald Swamp. A rewa...

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THE MOST EFFECTUAL SECURITIES FOR PEACE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 23 March 1850

Tftfe MOST EFFECTUAL SECURITIES ['?i-S:.--' t'-^-rFOR PEACE. : r From the London. Examiner.) Should the most ardent lovers of peace de sire the. reduction of the military and naval establishments, well knowing; as they do, that the cost of the land and sea forces ex hausts the financial resources, which are the real .sinews of war ? Since the Peace, upon a round, calculation, we have expended at the very least £400,000,000, or half the amount of the national debt, in soldiers and sailors. Now, let us suppose for a moment that we had; saved the money — . with bur burdens so, much lightened, with our finances prosperous and flourishing, should we be more or less pacific than we are now ? We apprehend that we should be much less pacific; nay more, that we should be extremely bellicose, and prompt to quarrel, knowing that we could afford, it. - Having waxed fat we should be apt to kick. As has often been said, the debt binds us over to our good behaviour; and the large expenditure for t...

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FINANCIAL REFORM. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 23 March 1850

FINANCIAL REFORM. : C'From the Express. J The series of meetings on Financial Re form, and on ' the way to get it, is some little evidence that the cause 'of cheap go vernment is ' going ahead.' Only let the promoters of these meetings keep lip the agitation with spirit and earnestness until Parliament meets, and we shall have some thing more than 'cheese-parings and can dle-end shavings,' even next session.^ Not' indeed, that any thorough reform in the system is to be expected until the suffrage has been, previously, extended.' But in the face of such an agitation as is likely to be maintained, we shall have the estimates cut down to the (lowest .figure that the continu ation of the system will allow ; and those figures will, notwithstanding, remain so high as to convince the most incredulous that it is only by a complete change, of system that any appreciable reduction of taxation is attainable. If the. extended suffrage of 1831 have produced so much good, how much' greater are th...

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THE "GOULBURN HERALD," THE GRASS LORDS, AND OUR NEW CONSTITUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 23 March 1850

THE '.' GOULBUllN HERALD, ;'. THE GRASS LORDS, AND OUR NEW CONSTITUTION. Tun ourselves of the Goulburn Herald has put. forth a series of sentences, punctuated and capitalled in the ordinary manner, and containing, we are sorry to say, one or two palpable violations of Lindley Murray's syri actical rules. These sentences, punctua tion, capitals, and bad grammar, taken as a whole, our contemporary evidently intends as a reply to our leading article of the Free Press of the 9th instant, and we cannot bet ter express our . opinion of the production than by saying that ' the mountain in labour' has ' brought forth a mouse.' He has contrived to compose .a very passable medley, of ' our very witty contemporary,' Mr. DarvaU's memorial, a ' lunatic,' and the Australian' Grass Lords,' but the particu lar connection existing between these diverse substances, or their application to the ques tion at issue, we must leave to the quick intellects of our contemporary's readers, candidly confessing ...

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

TQ ADVERTISER^. The cost of Advertisements must be paid previous to their in sertion. Advertisements will be received until six o'clock in the evening of Friday, but cannot be withdrawn after Twelve o'clock on Tuesday. A liberal allowance will be niade to parties desirous of advertising for three or six months. No communications will be pub lished in this Journal, unless ac companied by the name of the Correspondent. BATHURST FREE PRESS GENERAL PRINTING OFFICE, POSTERS, Hand Bills, Circulars, Cards, Bill Heads, Labels, Law and' Mercantile l?orms, AS ALSO, EVERY DESCRIPTION OF JOB P It I N T I N G Executed with neatness, accuracy and despatch, /.'? arid on Reasonable Terms. To be Sold at this Office, . FORMS OF npENDERS for a Lease of a New Run of Crown X ' Lands. APPLICATIONS for a Lease of Waste Lands of the Grown, beyond the Settled districts of the Colony of New South Wales. TENt)ERS; for a Lease of a Vacated or Forfeited Run of Lands,, Intermediate or Unsettled Districts. Dog Fo...

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THE BATHURST TREE PRESS. SATURDAY, MARCH 23, 1850. "MAGNA EST VERITAS ET PREVALEBIT." FIRE ENGINE [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 23 March 1850

TEE ElTHlfjlST TREE PRESS. ?'. SATURDAY, MARCII 23, 1 850, ' MAGNA. EST VBUITAS ET PR.33VALEBIT.' FIRE ENGINE In the first number of the Free Press we endeavoured to draw the attention of the townspeople to, the necessity of providing themselves with a Fire Engine for the pre servation of their property. Our notice was ?attracted to the subject in consequence of a fire having just occurred, which was with very great difficulty quenched, and to the very inefficient means at hand for extinguishing fire, should the community at any time be visited by so destructive an agent. The matter was talked over by a few, who, like the solemn conclave of Dutchmen in Knick erbocker's History of New York, occa sionally assemble together to talk over the a.ffairs of the nation, and do nothing. A few days ago we had the satisfaction of hearing the matter broached by two or three men of property, who have just arrived at the conclusion that a fire engine is really necessary in the town, and would be a...

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

To the Editor of the Batiiurst Fuee Press. Sir, — Some time ago, an advertisement appeared in your paper, convening a meeting, to be held at Mr. Reid's Inn, with the object of considering the state of the police, and a report that the Police Magistrate had applied to Government for the re tention of the old .building as a Police Office. In the Free Press of the following week,, a paragraph appeared, emanating, I presume, from your pen, assuring the inhabitants of Bathurst that you had seen some correspondence relative to the Court House, between the Police Magistrate and the Co lonial Secretary, and that from its purport you were convinced the Police Magistrate never enter tained the notion of retaining the business of the Police Office at. the. old building. For the time being, myself and many more,. were satisfied with your explanation, and expected to see the business' of the Court removed to the New Court House. We have hoped in vain, and appear to be as near tho desired change ...

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A CRITICISM ON THE EX-PREMIER. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 23 March 1850

A 'CRH?lCISif OS THBf ' E&PREMIERy From, John CCgnneips Recollections: and Ex periences of a Parliamentary, Career. ' There^s' an -elaborateness and an unmis takable eVi^enceblirt about all Sir Robert Peel's great displays, detracting' materially from their effect.. The observations struck. me as rvery apt which I once heard from a lady, on her first' visit to the 'Ventilator,' that Sir Robert Peel's manner and delivery were thoscj of a clever schoolboy speaking a prize oration, fluently, stiffly, andgrandilo quently.' After getting accustomed to these peculiarities, and:you require to be, accus tonied to them, real admiration begitis. The thorough/knowledge and management of his audience/ playing with the hand of a master upon their passions and prejudices, for strange to say; passions and prejudices do prevail even in the House of Commons ; the skill, a little, too evident, but yet very su perior of its kind, with -which he manages, when his purpose requires it to wrap up:...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 23 March 1850

Itocal Intelligence. The Police Magistrate. — We are glad to be enabled to state that the Police Magistrate is so far recovered as to be able to travel. He visited the Police Office yesterday for the first time since his accident, and we believe intends resuming his duties in a few days. Although he lias borne the shock and its consequences with considerable fortitude, his sufferings 'we understand have been very severe, as his. appearance denotes. FiaE.— On Wednesday week last in the night a barn at' Gowan, on the Macquarie was burnt down. The fire is supposed to have been tde work of some incendiary. Case or Assaultv — John Wallace, Catherine Wallace, and James Meenan, were summoned be fore the Bench on Wednesday last, to answer a charge of assault preferred by John Hughes. Mr. Wadeson appeared for the plaintiff and Mr. Bligh for the defendant. ? Mr. Wadeson commenced by stating, that in his opinion the present was a case of riot, and to substantiate his position referred to the l...

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SHE NEVER SMILES. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 30 March 1850

SHE NEVER SMILES. Siie never smiles— no happy thought ,- tights up her pensive'oye ; Tlie merry laugh from lip to lip Passes unheeded bv. Frozen for ever in, her heart, The sparkling fount of gladness, And o'er her pours in rapid flood ' The ebon wave of sadness. ;,.;.' She never smiles — has frowning Grief With his stern magic bound her ? ' ? . . Has. Care his long lear finger raised. [;-;.. To cast his fetters round her ? : Has one so young- the lesson learnt . ..That love is oft betrayed ? Ah, no ! she never smiles, because — , Her front teeth are decayed /'

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PORT PHILLIP. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 30 March 1850

PORT PHILLIP. .Threatening, to Shoot.— An extraor dinary occurrence took place on Wednesday at St. Kilda. A Mr. Neat recently obtained ? a transfer from- Mr. Howard of the St. Kilda Hotel, and has been some short time in occupation of the premises. The nego tiations were effected through. Mr. George James, to whom Mr. v Neat rpaid between £700 and £800 on account of Mr. Howard for furniture, good will, -&C. ,'. Mr. James was stopping at the hotel on .^Vednesday evening, and whilst engagnd with some friends, Mr. Neat suddenly entered the room armed with' a pair of loaded piitols, and pointing one at Mr. James, said he would blow his brains out, unless he re funded instantly the: amount of .money in his hands. Mr. James, as may well be imagined, was startled at this extraordinary demand and the manner in which it was made, but replied quietly that he had no money belonging to. Mr. Neat; that what he had paid was Mr. HowarcTs. This, how ever, did not satisfy Mr. Neatj who repea...

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