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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 16 September 1848

Inquest.— An inquest was held on Tuesday, the 12th of September, before John Sutherland, Esq., Coroner, on the view of the body of a /man of the name of William Stewart Mancrielle, ticket-of-leave holder and private tutor to Mr. John Alford, of Wimburndale. It appeared from the evidence be fore the Jury (from his own statement made prior to his decease) that deceased had been drinking in Bathurst ; on Monday evening deceased went to Crooked Corner and met a man named Dennis Shea, and said that his horse had the gripes and he would go and see his old neighbour ; he went to see a person named Fitzpatrick and returned in the course of two hours ; he asked to let him lay down on his bed as he was very sleepy; then asked him to have something to eat and he said he could eat nothing ; after Shea went out deceased shut the door and put a stick behind it ; Shea returned to take a damper out of the fire and deceased was speaking to him ; Shea went for his horse, and while he was away Mr. Wat...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 16 September 1848

Married, At All Saints' Church, Bathurst, on Saturday,   September the 9th, by the Rev. T. Sharpe, M.A., Charles West, of Edgehill, to Harriet Ewer, of Bathurst.

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ON THE OPENING OF ALL SAINTS' CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 23 September 1848

ON THE OPENING OF ALL SAINTS' CHURCH. O, blest be those who've raised a house '$ Of prayer unto^the Lord, God will remember what they've done And greatly them reward. With solemn joy we will unto The new built Courts repair, And in the Holy Temple kneel , To pray and worship there. 'Twas sweet to thank a pardoning God, To hear of sins forgiven, And oh ! 'twas sweet, the notes of praise Ascending up to Heaven. And still, oh, still .' with willing feet To those lov'd Courts we'll throng, From thence shall risefeach fervent prayer And every holy song. God will his pious Saints protect By his Almighty hand, And the new Temple of the Lord Shall long in honor stand. A ? a. Brow-beating Witnesses. — Mr. Justice Coleridge, during a trial at the Central Cri minal Court, in April, made^the following remark : — ' It seems to me to become the practice that the moment a person is presen ted in a witness-box he is to be treated as though he were tied to a stake to be baited . by every one.' These...

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THE BATHURST. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1848. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 23 September 1848

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER' 23, 1S4S! ' The state and prospects of the Colony' form the subject of the leader of the 16th instant, in the Sydney Morning Herald; and :rrierit theiserious attention of the Colony. ,rWe specially, notice the article because it illustrates sthe' views' we have for some time laid before; pur ' readers'.' ! The present state of. Europe is only beginning to develope its influence on the civilized, wprld ; and it is vain for us to think we shall. escape.''; iTJib :Bank case— the wool market — our present depressed circumstances, when taken in connection wi,th the state affairs in Europe, are alarmingly serious.' ? The fruits of labour emigration are looked at with a sanguine eye by the, Herald. We shall re joice to see these fruits enjoyed ; but we candidly confess our want of confidence. One very serious advantage will arise from this kind of emigration. It will place the master in a loss enviable and hu miliating condition than he is at present, being more the se...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 23 September 1848

J. PARKER, 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, Sago, 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, Glass Feeding Bottles, Prepared Teats and Breast Shields, Nipple Glasses, Liquorice, Lozenges, Logwood, Copperas, Sarsaparilla, Pearl Barley, Essence of Peppermint, O...

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OURSELVES. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 23 September 1848

OimSSZiVBS. Wb have so frequently of late, through the misconduutof our compositor, been compelled to appear as apologists to our readers, that we almost sicken at again having- to refer to the disagreeable subject, but when it is considered the many disadvantages we labor under and the difficulties we have to con tend with, in endeavouring to establish a newspaper in a community like this, where such a paucity of mechanical* labor exists, our excuse may be readily pleaded. The misconduct we now allude to is, with refer ance to our compositor whose drunken and disreputable habits have, been a source of constant annovauce to us since we had the misfortune to emplby him,^ and having- again absented himself from1 his duty, we feel it incumbent! upon'' us to; warn the public against harbouring. him- he, being our Hired Servant for'twelveanonths. Dismissing this disagreeable[theme~we feel unalloyed satisfaction in having the oppor tunity of thus publicly expressing our deep acknowledgeme...

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A Village Chandler's Notions of Education. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 23 September 1848

& Villag1© Chandler's STotions of (education. There is aTpositive outcry for education at this time. Commissioners prowl through the land, seeking whom they may examine. They «sk questions which are answered by the shrill treble voices of charity children, with a readiness astounding to all who hear them, a readiness which the audience (pro tected by their quality of bystanders) would we fancy, find it difficult to intimate, if they could be catechised in their turn. The commissioners who lately visited the Welsh day-schools, admit that the children eagerly attended those schools ; skipping like little goats along miles of different mountain tracks in the worst weather ; but they could not say what an angel was, nor describe the embalming of dead bodies, nor what was meant by doubling a promontory, nor why a ship's crew might be said to consist of so many souls, nor what was the climate of the West Indies, nor a number of other things which the commissioners knew perfectly w...

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EXTRAORDINARY CLERICAL DELINQUENCY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 23 September 1848

CLEESG&Xi DSLINQVSHCY. The parish of Rawmarsh, near Sheffield, has lately been the scene of very remarkable doings on the part of the officiating clergy man, In November last; the Rector of Kawroarsh, the Rev. W. R. Mahon, having resolved upon spending the winter months in Ireland, took steps for procuring a gen tleman to assume his pastoral duties in his absence ; and throagh the medium of an advertisement in the ' Ecclesiastical Ga zette,'9 was brought into communication with an individual who represented himself as the Honorable and Reverend 13. C, D. F. Fairfax,. Arrangements werespeedily com pleted, and Mr. Mahon departed for Ireland early in November, not having had an in terview with Mr. Fairfax, but the latter having undertaken to appear in the pulpit on the ensuing sabbath. True to the compact, Mr. Fairfax arrived at Rawmarsh rectory — his future home — on the Saturday evening, preparatory to the assumption of those important duties that had been delegated to him. H...

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Sporting Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 23 September 1848

Sporting- Kntellig-ence, The long talked of sweepstakes of £25, or £5 forfeit between Mr. Tuits Lam/iliy/iler, Mr. Declout'a AJomus, Mr. M'Intosh'a Bo liuar, and Mr. F. Smith's Scratch, came oil' on the Bathurst course on Saturday last ; but to the great disappointment of the nu merous sportsmen who attended the course, the owners of Scratch aud Bolivar forfeited, ind'-the race consequently Jfty between Lamplighter 'and Momus. The distance being twice rouad- the course, gave a slight pre ference hi : the odds to Momus, but the knowing ones could- not .get; *.' on' to any extent. The hofseV were ridden by their, respective owners,* and- .the ; jbcliey-shiji dis played watetnuelv admired! particularly that of Mr. -Taitsf.5 ^starting-: Lamplighter took the leud, wjtibh he-jnaintairied nearly a mile, when he was-* coHafedby r Momus, whose ri der strenpously- endeavoured; to maintain his position, ;? hat- the Lamplighter was not ; to be denied, and rushing- Momus;:: whose appetite for ru...

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THE FAMILY VISITOR. VIII [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 23 September 1848

THE FAMILY VISITOR. NO. VIII. Poets have sung, ' an honest man's the noblest work of God.' Whether this be correct or not we shall not debate ; but allowing the poet to stand, we should be glad to meet with a proper designation of this ' noblest work,' when modesty adorns the mind and manners. Modesty is a peaceful sentiment ; it serves to keep the whole miud within due bounds, whatever may be our qualifications, acquirements, or endowments. It is unconscious of desert; but it shields its possessor from many mor tifications. and disappointments; and, while it is the source of social ease to others, by a reflex act it becomes a spring of happi ness to himself. It is^fco be confessed that modesty is a rare commodity; and because it can only be purchased at that most extravagant of all extortionate priceB — the surrender of self-conceit, there is, to use a mercantile phrase,' very little demand for the article.' The fashions of the world change in more respects than articles of apparel...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 23 September 1848

ANT 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. LSTTEE-PRESS PRINTING -fOXECUTED AT THIS OFFICE ON THE JfCrfl SHORTEST NOTICE, equal to any house in London. STATIONERY OF EVJERY DESCRIPTION ALWAYS ON HAND. ^OfoN SATE, at the Advocate Office, THE HjjP MASTERS' and SERVANTS1' ACT, with THE AMENDED ACT. &O& FOUHES. ?dgflifoN SALE, at the Advocate Office, FORMS ^Jr for REGISTERING DOGS. WANTED, ia Sv AN APP11EMTICE to the PRINTING J^SL BUSINESS, a Boy, who can read well. Apply at the Advocate Office. ?caMiagaeaCTgiCTjmiuKiiwpCT-jiiaMriMii'''' ???! « ? ? iiwiihiiuio SSorse Breaking*, Farriery, and Training- Establishment, RANKIN-STREET, NEAR MR. M'GUIGAN'S WHEELWRIGHT SHOP, -fffl' KELLY, begs to return his sincere ©jP'© thanks to the Inhabitants of Bathurstand its vicinity for their pa...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 23 September 1848

Sfttpntas : agntjeWgHq** r/u. ARRIVALS. SEPTBMBBa 14. Angelina; barque, Capt, ,Mprgan. from Hongkong the I6,th ^ ApriV^'arid Siakappre th6j 16th July. ' '???-?:!? j\.T,a ;/'?'?' 14. Spec, brig, Capt. , Burns,, from, .^ucklahd the 12th August. ?? -,-?,-,; ? -'?*?'?;?*' ?-- '^v. 14. Martha ,and Elizabeth, -schooner i' Captain Irvine, from Port Phillip 'the 8th instant; ? ' ' - 1 ?' 14. Lynher, brig, Capt. StrachahJ' from the South Sea Islands the 13th August. /?:- -.?.?/ ^r- : ? 14. 'William, barque, Capt. Johnson, from Port Nicholson the 22nd August.' 15. Emma, brig, Capt. Osborne, from Auckland the 23rd August. . , 15. Tamar, steamer, Capt. Allen, from Moreton Bay the 12th instant. 15. Phoenix, steamer, Capt. Wiseman, from the Clarence River the 13th instant. 16. Woodlark, barque, Capt. Smith, from the Whaling Grounds. 16. Elizabeth Jane, schooner, Capt. Stericker, from Moreton Bay the 11th instant. 16. Phantom, brig, Capt. Fox, returned to port. 16. William, brig,' Capt..- Massie, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 23 September 1848

CELEBRATE© TSmOUG-SSOUT THE CLOSE. HOLLOWAY'S OEHTTMENT. SURPRISING CURE OF 55 RHEUMATIFSM. 'Little Bally Bong, Port Phillip Road, 'January 16, 1848. ' I hereby certify, that my wife, Lydia Rochford, was affected with Rheumatism in the head for fifteen months, and although attended by good medical practitioners she got no relief. It also affected the palate of her mouth, so much so that she could not articulate her words properly. I was advised to try Holloway's Pills and Ointment, which I did administer to her, and she continued to use them for two months, I can now say they have restored her to her usual state of good health ; and for the sake of humanity I now make this public. (Signed) » JAMES ROCHFORD.' The ' Mofussulite ' Newspaper, published at Meerut, has, on the \5th October, 1847, copied an article from the ' Benares Recorder,' of which the following is an Extract : — ' The Prince of Maharajah Bissonath Singh, who was temporarily residing at Chittercote, was suddenly taken...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 23 September 1848

TO STiLEf©, At the Residence of the Undersigned, FUnHE CELEBRATED THOROUGH-BRED bred by the late Mr. Charles Smith, by Specula tion, Vide Stud Book ; out of Georgiana, Vide Stud Book ; imported by H. H. Kater, Esq. MANFRED is a dark brown; without white, five years' old, stands 16 hands high ; half brother to Whalebone, Saltpetre, and several otlier celebrated Racers. He is a splendid Horse, and well worthy the attention and inspection of breeders wishing to improve their Stud. Terms : — £2 each Mare, with half-a-cvown groomage. N.B. Large well-watered paddocks gratis, until the First of January, 1849, when all Mares must be paid for before removal, but no responsibility in curred. CHARLES M'PHILLAMY, Foster's Valley. To 3. S3. ^AEVAIili, 53&q.v ES.O. M PUBLIC DINNER will be given to the f^Sk above-named Gentleman, on TUESDAY NEXT, the 26th instant, at Read's Hotel, Bathurst. Dinner on the table at Six o1 Clock. TICKETS, £1 5s. ? ' ppl^Y A MIDDLE-AGED MARRIED MAN, JbIjI^ wit...

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Original Correspondence. To the Editor of THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. Bush, Sept. 6, 1848. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 23 September 1848

CBrtStual -£0n*cgi-0ttticuc«, To the Editor of The Bathurst Advocate, Bush, Sept. 6. 1848. Sir, — I conceive that the present system of selling our waste lands is very injurious to the colony at large, as it is nearly tanta mount to a prohibition of sale, not that there ia no land in the country which is worth as much ; but because the working of the Act has that tendency. It is well known to every practiciil settler, that no land in this country is worth a pound an acre for pas tural purposes ; and in consequence of this, very little is sold even to those who would be glad to purchase at that rate. The only persons to whom hind ia worth a pound per acre, are those who want » small portion for a home. That class of men are generally those, whuse capital is small, hence, they cannot compete with the great landholders, who have land in all parts of the colony. But it is seldom that one of the great landholders will put up the laud for sale, because it is not worth a pound an acre for ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 23 September 1848

NOTICE TO. CORRESPONDENTS. All communications for this Journal must he accompanied with the name of the writer, or they will not be inserted.   Lines on the Land Regulations— Will not he attended to, in consequence of the non-compli- ance with the above rule. A Word to the Young~In our next.  

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CIRCUIT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 23 September 1848

CIRCUIT COURT On Wednesday morning, His Honor the Chief Justice and Suite arrived at. Rot-   ton's Inn, about nine o'clock, and attended Divine Service at All Saints Church at 10 o'clock a.m, from thence he proceeded to     the Bathurst Hotel, where the Court is held for the present.   The Court was opened by rending the usual Proclamation against Vice and Immo- rality. The only Barristers present were the So- licitor General, and Mr. Holroyd. Doctor Curtis was sworn in, as Coroner for the district of Wellington. J. J. Alberston was indicted for uttering on the 10th of April last, a forged check upon the Union Bank of Australia Buthurst, drawn by Templar and Rickards; with in-   tent to defraud one Henry Wood. The prisoner who was undefended pleaded not guilty. — Another indictment of the same nature was also laid against the prisoner, to which he pleaded not guilty. Mr. Foster, (the Solicitor General) laid before the ...

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Impounded. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 29 September 1848

Impounded. At Bathurst, on the Kith day of September, 18-19 : — One .brown marc, long tail, JF off shouldvr with nn illegible brand under it, with a l-ny (illy foal, about G years old I4i hands high. Om' brown m;nv. will a (illly foal ille sihle off shoulder, star, nrnr hind font white, 2 years old. 13 hands high. One cliesmit filly, illegible brand ofF shoulder, blaze face, 2 years old, 13 hands high. One grey horse. B or 8 nrar shoulder, switch tail, aged, 15. haads high. One black horse, like AV'M with No 9 under near shoulder, three white fed, saddle mark, switch tail, 4 years old, Hi-, hands high, One red and white slew, no visible brand '2 years old. One red poley heifer, no visible qrand, 2 years old. One yellow nnd white cow, HP con joined oil' ribs, illegible brand oil' shoulder, 3 years old . One rod and white poley sieer, illrgibln brand oH'rump, 2 years old ; damages Gil per head. If no1 reWsiyl, they will bo sold on the 10 of October next. H. Yeo, I'ound kcejinr. 12s. O...

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THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1849. LIBEL CASE. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29. QUEEN V. ISAACS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 29 September 1848

THE MTHUKST A-ltVOOATK. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1849. &ZSS& CASE, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29. QUEEN V. ISAACS. In this case, Mr. Holroyd.assisted by Mr. Mackin tosh, appeared for the prosecution; Mr. Purefoy, assisted by Mr. Bligh, for the defence. This was a criminal information tiled by Mr. Davies, chief constable of Bathurst, against tha defendant, Benjamin Isaacs, for having published certain libels in the Bathurst Advocate, defamatory to his character. On this case being called, Mr. Holroyd got np to address the Court, when Mr. Purefoy objected as a demurrer had been tiled. Mr. Holroyd ap plied for the prisoner to be brought up for judg ment, as he had not pleaded within four days. Mr. Holroyd objected to the demrurer tiled, which objection his Honor overruled, and desired Mr. Holroyd to join in .the. demurrer. Mr. Purefoy then suhmitted to. his- Honor that the information being filed in the Supreme Court of New South Wales, his Houor had no jurisdiction in the case...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 29 September 1848

NEW LI B II A It Y. PjSpi H E Inhabitants of Batlnirstrmid tlio surrounding J^_ district arc respectfully, informed that tin1 under signed has opened- a CiRcui.A.TjNO^.LuftanY, and trusts that he will merit a share of. public jpaiifoiiiuji;. '. jpHN..lIl. JONES. ' i:; George-street, (Adjoining Mr. DonhiWy^tho Batiuirst Arms,) Stationary, Scooiil '.Books',^ a|d' Toys, in Gukav VauietY.^^:; No connection witli'-1iiiiritJllfcr Imnse. , : ?.-???.?£ II :jff: There is no Remedy known equai, to Holt.oway's Pills for the Cork of Asthma. — Mr. Richard Treacy, . of Belmont, Carlow, having derived so much benefit from the use of these Pills, wishes it to be made public for the benefit of all persons troubled with Asthma, that he had been suffering: from this distressing complaint for the last. 15 or 16 years, and although he had tried a great variety of remedies, yet none seemed to do him any good. He then had recourse to Holl.nvay's Pills, which invaluable medicine in a short time afforded hi...

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