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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 20 October 1849

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS             Lines to an exile- We are sorry to say are hardly suited to our columns. The fair au- thoress will do well to apply herself a little more to the study of the English language- Cobbett's is, we believe, the best edition of its grammar now extant.

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Miscellaneous Extracts. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 20 October 1849

E£iscellaneous Extracts. A Heart-rending PicTURE.-r-The Irish papers abound with the evidences, in the south and west, of destitution, famine, and crime. From Roscommon and Mayo.un connected reports state that the people now consist of peasants, priests, and gentry; the small farmers have fallen to paupers, or emigrated, and, like those to whose level they have sunk, keep life together with such nutriment as herbs of the field, with cresses and nettles, and the shellfish of the strand. In some districts, as at Tralee, the misery undergone has made the survivors too weak or too callous to care for decently interring their dead. In Brosna churchyard, says a correspondent of the Standard, the corpses are scarcely covered, and the dogs are seen to drag them, forth as prey. Parents, cojnr ceal the death of their children, lest the poor-allowance should be diminished* and then by stealth convey . their children's, corpses to the sacred . ground, .and, scrape, out a grave so shallow that t...

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THE DANGEROUS TENDENCIES OF OUR COLONIAL SYSTEM. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 20 October 1849

T, H E D ANGEROUS ', TEND ENCIJES ; OF '^WRCOitiMAJu SYSTEM. ' , ,t (From the Nautical Standard./ .Wu, know no better way to point put the fatal tendencies of our colonial system, than by' comparing what' has been done ?with what is doing now, and thus impressing on the mind of [} the public the necessity of urging ministers to some great, comprehensive. and truly good measures for remedying the evils that have worked their way inJ the manifold branches of colonial administration. ; It.is iatvain for ..ministers to tell us that Governors are selected from amongst men most. fit for the due administration of a just arid 'conciliatory policy; that they are chosen without any regard to their political opinions or family connection; that there is no favouritism in, the choice— that the only test necessary is fitness and honesty. There may have been a time when we could have believed such assertions, but : that time is past, and so many, so overwhelming proofs have come to light, that per...

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MULTUM IN PARVO. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 20 October 1849

MULTUM IN PARVO. A; man' named Lilly was apprehended on' Thursday last, and lodged in gaol, charged with breaking a man's jaw as a summary means of inducing him to 'hold' it. The \in-, vestigation into the conduct of thV Head' Gaoler, at Maitland, touching, the escape of the two prisoners Smith and Davidson, has resulted in the dismissal of that functionary; his place is to be supplied by a Mr. James Cox; amongst other things the unscrupulous gentleman was discovered to Have ...been drawing government rations for his- own private servant, and the Auditor-General, has in consequence been instructed to sur charge him with the amount'.-— -A lunatic named Schessous, discharged frorri' the Asy lum last week as cured, undertook to estab lish his character for sanity by quartering Himself upon a respectable family at Cam den, and pertinaciously insisting, on his right to become a member of it.— A man named1 Smith, is in custody of the police at Windsor, charged with cutting his own throat ...

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California. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 20 October 1849

?: 'i^r^i^'S^sSouthiAustralian^MercuTi/'J ?.-;/', T^grfoiiomd'g'K'nptesurespectipg this /centre'* of ^tHra'diiiou;;; ate. derived froraa'g'e'btleniah: recently arrived vin-f Adelaide; -per 'Phantom,1 AsiwillWbe ipeYceiyed,. they differ '? in many1 imporlahtirespects,from theraccburits here-. tofore;publishedj;ahd' contain statistical de-; tailsibbth/dnterestirig and useful to parties contemplating ;a; trip. from these colonies to' theigoidjfregion.-'. Being the result of some riidntKs1' residence' in the town,' as. Well as_ of personal jbbservatiori in the interior^ they may b'e depended upon. ; . .7' ' \ ','?'? ,- iThe/cityro£:San.Francisco is situated on the [southr east side. of the, Bay of that name atiafdistance.of seven miles, from the.Heads, andiexactly^opposite the mouth of -the ,Sa-, crarhentp^iKiver; .?:??;? '*k/ ?}-?'; -r^ - {Feyva harbours in the .world can compare withShis. magnificent bay, which is, capable of.iaccommodating 5O,Q00, sail, being up wards of fifteen mile...

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APPLICATION OF MAGISTERIAL AUTHORITY. To the Editor of THE BATHURST FREE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 20 October 1849

APPLiCATIOX OF MAGISTERIAL /AUTHORITY. To the Editor of Thb Bathurst Free Pisss. .Sib,— A .,-caset was decided on Tuesday last, at the Police Office, that ; demands pub licity. : Were I to consult my own con science, this affair, like many others of similar features/ would pass unnoticed: but a sense ..of. justice for the individual con cerned, induceB me to solicit the favour of your inserting my version of the case, so that the public may have the opportunity of arriving at conclusions in unison with those principles appertaining to the administration of justice, which every community has a right to expect from & bench of magistrates. The case I allude to is that of James Sutherland, a ticket-of-leave holder, who was on Tnesday brought befPre the. Bench, for drunkenness and disorderly conduct. The witnesses for sustaining the charge were, constables Shearman and Kagney, 'supported' by one Willjarn Davis, a tailor.' The ' eyidence of those 'parties were as fol lows : — Shea...

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European News. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 20 October 1849

.pjf$ffiwi&&y$*&m\- engagement8i'jf.r,Theyl- 'had (engaged to de fend the ^standard; ofaWi Republic,, and. they -w*puld;do:8o.., , v' .. ; ,v.| - -„,. ?...*:'--*.?-?,? 'l '. .T. ^IntelHgeDoe;1fr6ins;Ro(n/ei1up»tor.the (-l6th: instant, stated that the |Trenc]| bat^rieahad destroyed abbutH5bQv(feet?Jpfi .'masonryV General Oudinot bad . received a farther- re- iafdircement from ?*Toul6ayand;;artiHejry;'and'. 'menljweVe' stiii '-'beiD^mblrked at' that port .. It, is^ stated that Xth^.President of the French' republiahad,' received, an. autograph letter^from|tl^e[/P0Re,yt ^jr.e^sfng^,hig.'.deep gri(?f-atniliej|dea !..of boipljar^ing Rpine :, he is 'even i'aaid, -tb^.tiaye ' ^volunteered,, a total audicatipn.'Qf, temporal authority. .!;. ..The .'.siege.jof Anco'na , i^ prosecuted., by Austria^ witliout^ aoy//.niarked ..effept.., ? The Austrjan'ti trp6par , live^Wt, free - quarters, .and a'r^si, y accused 'ijjf.* harrassing, the agricultural population unchecked.,. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 20 October 1849

; Boot.and Shoe Warehouse. , opposite jthe, .'; Scotch ; ChurouV .William- ..-. . , , Street,' Bathurst., ', , : ?,.. ?';Ufi ,' JAmS^ STURZ AKER. ' ' '; \ \ BEGS to inform his Friends, and the Public generally/ that he lias !on hand a largeassort ment of every description of Boots and Shoes-^-viz Gentlemen's Wellington Boots, Kip, Calf,&c., ''?'Ditto ' dress/ ' ditto ' ''Katigar do', '',', J .Ditto; '(Clarence ditto.' i :???.' -- : :. , /Shepherd's Strong Boots. 1 -.-;,. ,, ? ? ? ' ; {stockmen's Rising; Boots,,} . -?l ;allf' zcs' , 1 ' Ladie's cloth Boote,' of yafious'paUerns T ' Ditto Slippers, : ? ;;': ::and siies.'1 ' ' .iChildren's'Shoesiof all parities,-' ' . Boy's'and Girl's Boots, ?;? ,':?.: .: -:'' .-. Ladies's leather Boots, of all sizes. J. S. Begs to, state , that he. has always the.above named articles on hand,' -and that in future he.in ends selling- them at reduced prices. ', . October. 3rd. 184b.fJ. . ' i '.[]',? J ,' [ MTotice to the Public. T'H E undersigned...

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FRENCH RELIGION. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 20 October 1849

; ; ;':, ,^-vFBJE^C|lj^^-JlON.: v 'i}~ ' ' Tim- folio wing view ofv:the xeligiousff eieliifg of the Fench people in. 1845; .isj%e';susperct as true oPlsW^™^:**™ .T. ' ThcAbbe Bonnetat, ;1Jw,ritii}gj\infjl§^!4 on' The? Religious and; Moral iWaiitsidf the Frerich^Pppulati'dnj'-'expresses'-'^iotHili^lJut contempt forr the alleged, lmproveme.nt^rin religious .feeling. '(;; According];) to. i.hirp, almost a tenthipf . the -male ^population1 ji in any given ; district; yhoi .only Mo :not1;belieYe in God/ but glory ; ''ih'ttie'Kunb'eiief. ^;CHalf of all 'the'rest 'make no' secreVof ' !trfeir,.infi delity as to the immortality of the , 'soul, and their wives are equally sceptical,; to the curse' of their children's i cHiidren1! f']' The residue belieye,' say's the 'Abbe;' only in the sense of. not, denying. They' Jaffif m nothing, but, as compared -with- the' others, they, lack the science of misbelief.,' ,Tp go on with his melancholy ^picture, the ^divine and salutary institution ^Pf iHejL...

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Original Correspondence. To the Editor of THE BATHURST FARE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 20 October 1849

figT We do not identify ourselves with the opin ions of our Correspondents. ©rijtutal ULatvedpatfatnce, To the Editor of The Bathuist Frrb Fasas. Sir, — Mining being the principal topic pf conversation now-a-day, I take my pen to give you a brief but true, statement of its progress in the Cornish settlement; but as I am not an experienced miner, I trust your readers will make every allowance for blun ders that may be inserted unintentionally. Mrs. Pearce has discovered a lode,. on her land bearing north and south, and has had a miner to work on it for a few weeks merely to prove -what the surface may be, and to trace it to the main lode, but the man being unable to do much by himself, has ceased operations, fully satisfied that the ore is rich, and that it would turn out a profit able speculation for a company. Mr. R. Lane's lodes are the next to Mtb. Pierce**, being iibout l£ miles to the. west. There t»re fcur men onjyiiged on this lode, vrhb have been at work ab;-ut six or seven ...

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Settler's Wholesale Price Curreut. BATHURST. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 20 October 1849

Settler's WhbleBale' PrlcoCurreut. -J —qoifu eS9W8fy-^^rp-!«p'J.-.si,- ..;.,.-. .- F.lbur^FineV'isi selling at^rO, and seconds,1'^. Brands. per^cwt.ifromitheiMillers. '- '??- '*,-?? ; Wne'at— The demand is nqt,brisk,: prices varying '. i from..2s. 6d. to ,3'sV, per, bushel, ' .. ..... ^, Bacon— Good'samples' are in demand at from 4d.t ' : 'to 4Jd.- per pound, by'ithe load. ?,:' ;'''' Cheese-r^everal loads have 'come /to' town, during' ' : the week, prices 4d. to! 4Jd. per pohnd, for prime ^samples; a reduction in these -articles; 1 may be looted for.. ' ;':,.. .- : , , ', Potatocs-rA small quantity, has arrived in town, . jduring.the week, which have fetched; whole-' sale, £5 6s. to £5 10s. per ton ; retail, they ;;, are selling, at 6s.: 6d.; and 7s .per;cwt. '. .^aizfe— Is' in demand at prices varying;from 2s 9d -,;tb Ss'Sd1 per' busheji according to quality. Hayrr-,j£3 ;perct6n;' fbr^'gobd- samples, ' Butter — Is. 2d. per- pound., ' Eggs— 6d. per dozen.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 20 October 1849

,-p ^v:;so^t;^jand' Slibe-itiakeiSf ?''! ! B, EG S, leave to^^eturn' his1 sincere 'tlia'n'kVtp his ftumerpuaj friends. and customers for the liberal 'patronage , and support they have afforded Mm, since he commenced business in the above line; he takes this opportunity of intimating that he has removed from the Shop he 'lateTy'bccupie'd of Mr. Arthur to, more commodious'premises : recently erected by Mr, Carman, .nearly. opposite the ;New Court House, and between Arthur's and -Read's Inn's, where he will always have bn hand a con stant supply of Gentlemen's; Ladies, and; childrens Boots and Shoes, also Slop^Boots, which hie!%will warrant to . be,of the best materials and workman ship, and'oh a trial his charges will be found mor - derate, he has made arrangements that will enable ihlm at all times promptly to execute siich orders as he may be favored, with. ? Bathurst 18th October, 1849. . : ..- ; :.??.?..?-.-? Bathurst. ? ; ??; ? iTUT : R...L I D D IN G T O N, having arrived M fHli...

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Bathurst Police Office. CHARGE AGAINST A TICKET HOLDER. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 20 October 1849

Batburat Police Office. L; CHARGE AG!AiNST .-A ^TICKET i HOLDER^'4:''':''::''.-,- , , On Tuesday morning last James Suther land an exile per ship Randolph, Hold ing the indulgence ofta'tickefc.df-leave was charged with being drunk on Sunday and assaulting p constable Shearman in the exe cution! of his duty-r-Defendant.is, in the lemploy of Mr. ICite, he pleaded ' not fguilty'r-Coristable Shearman' sw-Jrn-^-ta8y 'Sunday about 10 o'clock 'I' .was Join 'duty- in Kelsp, and Jsaw thV prisdner drunjc :\in- tjjie. street and told him to go home aB he- must not be about the streets drunk on a Sunday. fHe said he did' not, .bare any more about Sunday than Saturday. VI then waiked:abput jthe j street and left him. . Whilst I , was; ispeaking to'Gressier the prisoner came acr cross and fell down. I then took - him to thd Watchouse. When near Mr.UCousin'.B he several times put his fist invm'y fatfe'l';'^!1 told ^;himdfrher.dared:strike'nie' I-d'-Knoclc^iitf dowofwith^my-ataff.'^ Hef * thfen^cau...

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THE BATHURST FREE PRESS. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1849 SYDNEY UNIVERSITY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 20 October 1849

THE' BATHURST jMEri ASS.j # i ? ». .**tn ».-.)»- -..'.-- ' ' ? ? - w ' fA^^tteiiB8t'-BtBgeR6f(we''SeBBid!a,t.!&4v:vriien there jvas scarcely* time to consider' a ques tion i/pf 1 ihe qinout trivial' ''character/- Mr. Wentyrorth came forward with his scheme for the establishment' 'ari^ endowment of 'a ?college in.., Sydney..-.'*, He has. failed in his pbjJBctr^andy/deseryedly so.-, His failure^ hbvroYer^ia-not bo much attributable (''jto'tlie merits of the measure, fas; to. the rash preci pitancy y 'witti'whicli i he sought to introduce, ?discuss, and Brttle a matter of snch first-rate; .importance -to the community as the one in question, and to ; the/introduction of a spirit of fotitudinarianism,: sadly,, mistaken and ;;'fp1olis'hly jneant by him for liberality.' The intention of the honorable membeFfor ?Sydney evidently was to steer clear1' of sec tarianism,' and j to give* the institution as catholic a spirit as possible; but in doing so, he haB committed the' very genera...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 20 October 1849

^^^M^WyPM^iyi^'y^1^ entering .- the T[olico piffl on , pa ondiy^mpnuag, . our . attention 'D«m,ni8 at'most unavoidably ~ri vetted ' qu . an object, of which pur best efforts .will only servo. to convey to the imflgtr&tibn': b£::oui'1'refid6rs a' faint and im perfect outline'.' On a bench, immediately opposite. thflildgQr, sat,- or rather crouche1, a human.figuro,; ^apparontlyin tlio last stage of human wretchedness. -jtfi was., that of a man of apparently between fifty andv sixty .ydara of age, whose white and matted locks;(porhaps for half that time unconscious of -a' -5omb,);might, under more favourable circumstances, nave claimed- for. their owner much sympathy and qo.mpasajQn. c As. it was, they served no other pur pose than' that of affording additional ghastliness to the countenance of the' unhappy inebriate.' ' Clothed injrags,- and actually encased in filth, the miserable ^oingo before us might, indeed have been selected by anyi temperance advocate as . affording a f...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 20 October 1849

Domestic FAULTS. -it has been the fashion, may we not say is, to a nauseating excess, to direct counsel on the domestic virtues to women only. Dean Swift com- plains that young ladies make nets instead of cages; and the whole phalanx of writers on such subjects have ever treated women as if she alone of the whole creation was   not to live for her own happiness, but for   the happiness of other's— as if she was a sort of moral moon, to shine only by re- flected light, and have only a reversionary interest in the grand estate of universal     good. But the time is coming when as it will be demanded of all to be workers, so will it be conceded to all to be enjoyers. Do- mestic defaulters are, unfortunately not     uncommon. We will not enquire on which side the amout of insolvency is heaviest ; let us rather essay the readiest mode of re- trieving the past, and giving security for the future. Homes are more ...

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ELEGY ON THE DEATH OF JOHN KINCHELA, ESQ. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 20 October 1849

ELEGY ON THE DEATH OF JOHN   KINCHELA.Esq.     Dear to my soul, too early lost; Affection's arm was weak to save, The love of justice, friendship's boast-   Has come to an untimely garve. That gentle bosom— now is cold,   Where vestal justice ever glow'd,     Lies crumbling down to common mould, That heart where love and truth abode. He died, deserving to be mourn'd, As witness all the tears we gave, My God! that He who life adorn'd   Should die, and fools in folly live. O who shall blame the heart that feels, When Heaven resumes the good it gives, Or who shall chide the tear that falls,           From friendship's eye, on Kinchela's grave? Farewell, John Kinchela, to thy tomb My silent footsteps oft shall stray ; More dear to me its hallowed gloom,     Than life's broad glare, and fortune's...

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THE DOG NUISANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 20 October 1849

AMONG the many minor evils with which colonial society is afflicted, the dog nuisance may fee reck- oned one. Fashion in this, as in a thousand other instances, exer- cises uncontrollable power. Every man must have his one, two, or three dogs, according to the de- gree of his canine taste. It is of no consequence to him whether he may have any use for his faith- ful animal or not, Jack, Tom, and Bill have all their pet poodles, and why may not Harry have   his? There is, perhaps no par- ticular reason why he should not, but there is a very strong reason, founded upon the safety, comfort, and convenience of the townspeo-   ple why they should not be pes-   tered and annoyed at the turn of every street or alley, by the bark-   ing; snarling, and yelping of a parcel of mongrels, of no use on earth but to discompose people of   weak nerves, and jeopardise the neck of the equestrian who may   happen to be mount...

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THE ART OF COLONIZATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 20 October 1849

THE ART OF COLONIZATION. BT GIBBON WAKEFIELD. (JFromthe Times.) It could not be supposed that Mr. Wake field would compose a treatise of -this kind without a reference* to , .the^circumstaqces which make colonization a. matter of econo mical necessity. He states' these, which ^are not new to the readers of '? The Times,'? in language of, whicn the fault is certainly not want pf: force. ' There is/' , says he (p. 65.) &,'} general c|rcum8tance8; by ,, which Great Britain is at present- distinguished from 'all other countries. That circumstance may be termed n want of 'room for people of all classes. .*j ?*? ;Ipc Ireland there is a want of rdom for the, poor, but plenty of room ? for 'capitalists, if ; they could be got to gio or grow there. In f France there' is a remark able wanti of room for the literary class, ; though not for capitalists .who wpiild be far moVe nurnerpus without hurtful crowding^ if there were more security against revolutions. * * * but in Great Britain'...

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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press — 20 October 1849

Xaocal Intelligence. -, ;j NOT~-'f , XjOnxHF/jj. jNDisqRBTioN.',-rr0n'i Tues ,day- mornlnff TSoma3,Gravitt, andiMary Munfprd, bdth;con3i(lerably;*pftst, the^liloomuOf. youth, -were charged iyit^aiijOpenc'e j against tha police act, un der the' follpwin'^j'.circurastances. i. -.They reside . in the.' country' and have' for the last four year3 coha fcitjsd ii«' than, and w|fp.\?j\hout troubling UiemBelvos 'alrout't£e^Wf(?iY:natureof*their.cpnnectipri.,arEind- ing hbifever atiengte'tMtVtlieyIg|i^;^Ek5^1r -well^'and^-appearea^/aSsiSne^pBy 'Tiawre fot-jBaci :^^^^^^^^^ r/^rvfrrt ^i/t-!.i-.r-.:;jrn'J ,7'3-p.k1 & -'' ' .?jnmao Joonaq they. came, to the commendable resolution pfcallltig upon Hyraea tp/,sanctify. their. nnion4-^wareth-at tho- ?.'. saffron robed.,' Djety,',', .is .apt to^in'vdlv'e' his votaries inj moire or less expense ,i. they? prDvlded 'themselves with cash; to the! amount of ;iabout'£10 and came ,to-. Bathurst.iforc.the... purpose i^'of tying once- and, for rall,th...

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