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CIVIL SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 26 February 1848

CIVIL SIDE. The civil business of this court commenced yesterday at one o'clock p.m. The first, and indeed only case tried, was a Special Jury case, Morgan v. Finnerty. The Assessors were Mr. Heathorn, J.P., Mr. Green, J.P., Mr. Lane, J.P., and Mr. Kite. Mr. Holroyd for plaintiff, Mr. Lowe for defendant.               Plaintiff, who is a tailor, resident in the     town of Bathurst, , sued defendant, a con- stable and watch- house-keeper, in the Ba-. thurst Police, for havjng, in April last,   entered into his, plaintiff s, house without a warrant, and apprehended him on a charge of drunkenness; plaintiff was thence taken,   straight to the court house and the charge dismissed; plaintiff had, it appeared, a few   minutes before, had some words with Mr. Lowe, J.P., who told the constable to go after plaintiff, and if he was drunk ...

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THURSDAY, February 24. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 26 February 1848

Thursday, February 24. Before His Honor Mr. Justice Manning and a common jury. CATTLE STEALING. John Fcely, F. S., and George Gardiner, T. L., were indicted for stealing five head of cattle, the property of Mr. James Brady. Defended by Mr. Holroyd. From the evitlense of the prosecutor it appeared, that on the 19th of October last he missed fifteen head of cattle from a paddock oh Gorman's Hill, where they were usually T*ept ; on examining the fence he found two pannels pulled down, and there found traces of cattle, which he followed up for about a mile and found five of his missing beasts ; he continued to follow up the trace for about three miles farther, when the trace was destroyed from sheep passing over ; he returned to the cattle he found and drove them back to the paddock ; the traces of two horses as if following the cattle was found ; having secured the five head, he returned to Bathurst, and from information received, he applied for and got a warrant, aud in company with D...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 26 February 1848

ANY proposition for the circulation and sale of t7ds Paper will be thankfully received, remem bering that all quarterly subscriptions mtisthe paid in advance ; and also, that all letters must be post-paid, or they will not be received. BAT HURST RACES, 21st, 22nd, AND 23rd MARCH, 1848. STEWABDS. WILLIAM HENRY SUTTOR, Esq. , M.C. THOMAS ICELY, Esq., M.C. WILLIAM LAWSON, Junior, Esq. JOHN SAVERY RODD, Esq. CAPTAIN VAUX. JUDGE. CHARLES HENRY GREEN, Esq. TREASURER. Mr. JOHN DARGIN. CLERK OF THE COURSE. MR. JAMES BRADY. TXJESDAY,MARCH 21, 1848. FIRST RACE. HTHE BATHURST TOWN PLATE of ?*? £50 ; for all horses ; weight for age ; heats twice round the course ; three entrances or no race. Entrance, £5. SECOND RACE. THE MAIDEN PLATE of £50 ; for horses that never won an advertised prize of £10 ; weight for age ; heats, once round the course ; three entrances or no race. Entrance, £5. THIRD RACK THE TRIAL STAKES of £25 ; for two-year-old ; weight, 7st. ; once round and a distance ; three entra...

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THE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 26 February 1848

THE MARKET. A Meeting of the Commissioners, at which all were present, was again held at the the Police Office, on Monday, the 21st inst., when it was proposed by Mr. Simmons, and seconded by Mr. Patrick White, that appli- cation be made to the Governor to grant a space of ground for the purpose of holding a market, on the block or square on which All Saints' Church is built — this original proposition was supported by Messrs. J. W. Bligh, J. Simmons and P. White. An amendment was proposed by Mr. Austin and seconded by Mr. Finley, — That the site marked on the chart be selected as a fit and proper place for a market. The supporters of the amendment were Messrs. Austin and Finley, and Col. Morisset ; the forces were thus equally divided. The Chair- man did not, as we think he is empowered to do by the act, give his casting vote. Another proposition was then made; — it was proposed by Mr. Austin, seconded by Mr. Patrick White, — That application be made to the Governor to grant to the...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 26 February 1848

BIRTH. At her residence, Keppel-street, Bathurst, on the 19th of February, Mrs. H. F. Stephen, of a son.

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THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1848. CIRCUIT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 26 February 1848

THE BATHURST ADVOCATE SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1848. CIRCUIT COURT. On Monday, the 21st instant, His Honor Mr. Justice Manning, accompanied by Mr. Sheriff Young and the Clerk of the Arraigns, arrived in town about 4 p.m , and proceeded to Rotton's Victoria Inn. Several gentle- men of the town and neighbourhood had gone on the road to meet and escort him into Bathurst. On Tuesday morning, at 10 o'clock, he attended Divine worship in the temporary building for that purpose, and at noon the Court was opened. The only Barristers present were the Attorney-General and Mr. Holroyd ; Attornies, Messrs. Bligh, Dillon, Home, M'Intosh and Stephen. The usual Proclamation for the suppres- sion of vice and immorality was read by the Clerk of the Arraigns. Before His Honor Mr. Justice Manning and a common jury. RAPE. Charles Henry M'Kie, charged with rape ; in this case an affidavit was read made by Dr. Mach- attie, stating that the prisoner, who had been confined in gaol since last Assizes, was in ...

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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 26 February 1848

Friday, February 25. Before His Honor Mr. Justice Manning and a common jury. FORGERY. William Lee stood indicted for forging a certain warrant or order for the payment of money, with intent to defraud one George Ferguson. — Defended by Mr. Holroyd. The prisoner was a old resident in this district, and had for some years past carried on a registry office for the hiring of ser- vants, in the town of Bathurst. It appeared that the prisoner had had some transactions with a person named Owen Quigley, and had presented a check for £5 purporting to be drawn by that individual in favor of him (Lee), dated in June last ; the imita- tion had been so good as to impose on the cashier, who paid the money, and although he (the cashier) had often looked at this check and compared it with the signature book with the view to satisfy himself, it was not until some months after that he could make up his mind on the subject, but now he had no doubts ; he mentioned that he had heard the check was a forg...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 26 February 1848

Shipping XixtsUiQtixtt, ARRIVALS. ^February 10. William, brig, 121 tons, Captain Lovett, from Launceston the 26th January, and Port Fairy the 3rd February. Passengers — Capt. Grant, Mr. John 'Burt, Mr. and Mrs. J. Birdsay, Mr. F. Carpenter, Mr. W. Guthrie, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey and. three children, Mr. and Mr. Moore. 17. Ralph Bernal, barque, 315 tons, Captain M'Laren, from Port Nicholson the 11th January, and Auckland the 7th instant. Passenger — Mrs. M'Laren. . . 17. Thetis, schooner, 94 tons, Capt. Collins, from Port Phillip the 7th instant. Passengers— Mr. H. Westlake, Mr. and Mrs. Cadell, Mr. T. Webb, Mr. A. Yabbe. 17. Miranda, schooner, 127 tons, Capt. Btntley, from Port Albert the 13th instant. Passengers Messrs. M'Millan, Jones, H. Bodman, William ?Jackson, and John Morrison. 17. Emma, brig, 139 tons, Capt. Pockley, from ? Hobart Town the 1 1th inst. Passengers — Mr. and Mr. A. Campbell, three children and servant, Messrs ; Burgess, M'Swcen, Lynn, Oakesand Higgelsworth. ?17. S...

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WEDNESDAY, February 23. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 26 February 1848

Wednesday, February 23. Before His Honor Mr. Justice Manning and a common jury. New Magistrate. — Mr. J. T. Lane was sworn in a Magistrate of the Territory. CATTLE STEALING. Thomas Peisley, F.S., was indicted for stealing a bull calf, the property of Thomas Icely, Esq., M.C.; Mr. Holroyd appeared for the defence, ably assisted by Mr. M'Intosh. On calling over the jury, twenty-one were chal- lenged, mostly magistrates and wealthy stock holders — to whom the prisoner seemed to express a natural objection. The case excited considerable interest, as we noticed a greater attendance of wealthy stockholders and graziers than we have witnessed for a long time past. Mr. Icely stated that when he returned to this colony, in 1841, he brought in the ship he himself arrived in, two valuable animals that he had pur- chased in England, at a very high price, on account of the superiority of the breed, — the one a Devon cow, the other a Durham bull, paying for the latter 200 guineas ; that in Januar...

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GELONG. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 4 March 1848

GELONG. {From The Gelong Advertises, Feb. lo.J Disgraceful Disturbance.— On Satur day, evening, last, a fearful fight and uproar occurred close to the Bunyip Inn, Little Scotland, between a' man named Dogherty, servant to Mr. James /Willis, and another (h Pentonville) named Roweth. , The pre cise origin of the fight is not known, but u female is said to have caused the quarrel between the two men. 13otb commenced flighting, when they closed and, caught hold of each other by the hair of the bead, and -one of them bit trie other with his teeth ; in the midst of this brutal fray, one of them cried put he was stabbed, when Mr. William Arthur, landlord of the Inn, near 'whose place the . disgusting spectacle took place, run out and separated both the men. It was' then discovered, on examination, that Roweth had, been stabbed in the hip and and his face .cut by Dogherty. A con stable was sent for and D'cgherty given into custody, ' while Roweth was ttiken to Dr.,. ?Hope's. The' case was b...

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A TRUE TALE OF A SMUGGLER. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 4 March 1848

A TRUE TALE OF A SMUGGLER. In one of the wildest districts of the North, of England, and ati; the junction of two counties, stands a rude dwelling, grey as the mountains above it, arid as old in appear ance. Lonely as it is, it is aj pretty object, with its little garden of mountain flowers, its porch, overshadowed with tea-leaved acacias, and its bee-hives— every one of which is now occupied by its industrious inhabitants, which was not always the case A tourist lately culled on the old man who inhabits the cottage, and being properly in troduced by a neighbouring statesman, soon found himself' at home, and partaking of a humble meal, and whisky such as never ex ciseman guaged. In the early days of the cottager, one of the bee hives was a blind one, and placed immediately over the entrance to a private still, concealed in a room, runring under the lower apartment, which the nor therns call 'the house:' the smoke and steam were conveyed l-y a suhterannepus chimney to a lime-kiln at ...

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To the Editor of THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. Bathurst, March 2, 1848. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 4 March 1848

To the Editor of The Bathurst Advocate. Bathurst, March 2, 1848. Sir, — In the above two expositions of an important principle in the British Constitution, there appears such an extraordinary contradiction that we may pronounce at once that one of them must be er roneous ; that it is impossible for both to be right ; and having arrived at that conclusion, I think we must all feel, 'that it is of the utmost consequence to us, individually and collectively, that a question so important to our dearest rights, as free-born subjects and independent citizens, should be ascer tained at once ; that 'we may know whether by leaving our native shore ; we forfeit our birth-rights or: retain them., ??:-.:? The first was uttered by one of the brightest ornaments of the British legislature, nearly eighty years ago, before the great body of collective wis dom of the people's ' represantatives. The noble patriot boldly stood forth, to protect his fellow countrymen in their privileges and liberties, ...

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CUIRCUIT COURT—CIVIL SIDE. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 4 March 1848

CUIRCUIT COURT— CIVIL SIDE. Friday, February 25. Before His Honor Mr. Justice Manning. Mr. Heathorn, J.P., Mr. Green, J.P., Mr. Lane, J.P., and Mr. Kite; Assessors.' ' ' ,, MORGAN V. FINNERTY. This was an action of trespass, for illegal impri sonment or undue duresse. , The plaintiff, a well known respectable tradesman in the town ; defend ant, a constable and; lock-up keeper. Mr., Holroyd:: appeared for the plaintifi'; Mr. Lowe for the defence. / ' It appeared by. evidence that, on the 21st of April last, an angry1 altercation . took place between the plaintiff and Mr .-Lowe, J.P.; that he (Mr. Lowe) walked over to the court house, and on his way there he met constables Horan and Kegney, and told them to follow the; plaintiff,' and. if they found him drunk to take him in custody ; the two con stables followed, the plaintiff, buthe (the plaintiff) reached his house before them, out of which they would not take . him ; they were 'returning to the police office, when they, met the pre...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 4 March 1848

. TERMS' OF SUBSCRIPTION. ' ' Are Seven Shillings per Quarter, payable in advance. Single numbers, nine-pence;' The. Quarters end on the last Saturdays in March, June, September, and December, and on which dates only can resignations 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. ? l .: .'.?,;-. a . ? ..'?'.;. .?;?-:' ; 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 manuscript, 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, hot later; than two o'clock on Thursday afternoon, or they cannot be attended to. : No verbal communications can 'be (attended to and all postages must i be ...

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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 26. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 4 March 1848

-'. Saturday, Febrdary 26. ? ? Before His Honor Mr. Justice Manning. Mr. A. Campbell, Mr. I. J. Hawkins, Mr. A. Kerr, and Mr. Wm. Lane, Senr., Assessors. ?'?;'?? BOYD V. COLLITT. The Attorney-General and Mr. Holroyd for plaintiff;. Mr. Lowe for defendant. ? ?????; This was-an action of trespass,. damages laid at £ 1000. It appeared that plaintiff and defendant occupied adjoining runs ; that at or near the junc tion of these runs was certain plains, to which both parties laid claim. The defendant had exercised an act of ownership by erecting a stockyard on these plains, and on more than one occasion his sheep had wandered into the centre of the plaintiff's run. For the plaintiff several witnesses were called, who proved that these plains had for years been con sidered as forming a portion of his fuh.; ' There were issues in the case. .'?'???? The jury, after a short absence, returned a ver dict. for defendant on the first three, and for the plaintiff on the fourth — Damages, Is. J' *...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 4 March 1848

BATHURST 'BOILING I30WN m^i»-' ESTABLISHMENT, ;~ ? ' rPHB 'tjrtderaigh'ea takes this opportunity ??'.;' of 'informing the Stockholders^ the Western bistrictsj that the'; following will be the'eharge for'' boiling:—^ , ,.;;,.!-. ? ? '-'?.'??-& ?;-.?.; ??; ';-,'-' Cattle^rive shillings per. head; :i! :';' ! Sheep — sixpence per ditto. ? ?????. ??:??- .-. The. utmost attention' may be i relied itpori/ ; ?'?'/ ' V-; -:?-???:? r: --.: JOSEPH SIMMONS. **#* Cattle and Sheep bought on applicatioriito the Proprietor. ?'? .''':???.-. ... ,-?.?:? i ?.' ;, =.' NOTICE; ' A LL parties found trespassing on my run ^** at Wiribiirndalo and Stony Creek, or driving Cattle therefrom, without permission, after this: Notice, shall be prosecuted ; and' all Cattle. found thereon will be Impounded. .?: W.. H.; SUTTOH. Brundale, March, 3rd, 1848.: ; NOTICE* ALLCATT L E found Trespassing1 at ?^ Wyagdori after the 9th of March will bo Impoundcd- . ?...-,. ? ? ' /: : . j.bligh suttor: March 4, '1848. BA...

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THE HEBREW FORM OF THANKS-GIVING FOR THE HARVEST. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 4 March 1848

THE HEBREW FORM OF THANKS GIVING FOR THE HARVEST. The following is the form of thanksgiving used in nil the Jewish Synagogues of the British Empire in charge of the Chief Rabbi. (Oct. 17, A.M. 5608.) O Lord, Creator of- the universe ! in Thy hands are the revolutions of the seasons, and the laws of all nature. In Thy temple all pay thee homage ; every Jiving being, every animal, every plant, maketh known Thy power. Behold, our heart overfloweth with, and our lips utter. Thy praise. We acknowledge, with thanks, O Lord, that Thou hast crowned the year with Thy good ness, and enriched the soil by Thy path ; Thou hast given food to the hungry, and satisfied the fainting soul : Thou hast filled our barns with corn, and replenished our stores with abundance of food. We remember the days when the winter was approaching, and fear and trembling seized us : then the sower went forth mourn ful, afraid lest his toil should be fruitless, we all dreaded the impending calamity. But if Thou didst a...

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THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, MARCH 4, 1848. THE ROADS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 4 March 1848

THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. A meeting was held at Mrs. Blacks Inn, on Wednesday, 1st March, which had been called by public notice, for the purpose of     receiving the report of the commitee appointed at a previous meeting to gain information and if' necessary to survey between     Bathurst and Hartley, and to point out an eligible line of road that would avoid the seven-mile hill of Mount Lambie. - At the present: meeting, it was proposed by Mr. Heathorn and seconded by Mr Rotton       that Mr. George Rankin, J.P., be requested to take the chair. Carried, nem. con.     The Chairman opened the business of the   meeting by saying, that as the subject on which they had assembled together was one of vital importance, to these districts, he did not anticipate, anything in the shape of   opposition; at all events, he trusted that any gentleman :who fe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 4 March 1848

ANY 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. GEORGE POWER & CO.'S GENERAL STORES, NEXT BOOR TO MRS. BLACK'S INN, N DURHAM-STREET. ON SALE. GENERAL DEPARTMENT. *PEA— H vPon-Skin ! and Blacky of best ????????' brands. - Sccia.ii -Pampaugua and Zebu, finest qualities.. Do.— Company's Loaf, Crushed Lump, and fine? pieces.' Tobacco— Best Keg Negrohead & Barrett's Twist. Do.-— Walthall's Colonial. Salt — Liverpool, Dairy, and Rock. ' '. Table Rice, 'Pearl Barley and Sago, Fine Scotch Oatmeal Raisins; and Currants, Spices and Can ' dipd Peel, Champion's Vinegar, , Castor and Salad Oil, Pickles, Sauces, and Durham Mustard, Bottled Fruits, Jams and Jellies, Fine Yarmouth Herrings, Prepared Table Salt, CofTee, Chocolate and Cocoa, Sperm Candles, Scented and. Common Soap. Colman's best Sta...

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SMALL DEBTS' COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 4 March 1848

SMALL DEBTS' COURT. This Court having now been established some months, we venture to give an opi- nion on its working and do not hesitate to   denounce it as a failure. At all times op-   posed on principle to summary jurisdiction, we can only approve of it when vested in the hands of responsible and qualified persons, and to be exercised in places where circum- stances render the trial by jury impractic- able from want of a sufficient population to carry it out. Such circumstances can never arise where Small Debts' Courts are required. It is for populous districts only these are necessary. Many substantial objections to these Courts must have presented themselves to persons who have observed their proceed- ings ; one very serious, objection is, the fact of magistrates being frequently de- fendants in their own courts ;— another is, the want of some fixed principle to guide them in their decisions ;— every case being decided according to the particular ide...

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