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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 7 October 1848

WSKOUGHO'O'T THE GLOBE. HOXiSjO WAIT'S ©SSTTBEaBSa'T. SURPRISING CURE OF g«^, RHEUMATISM. ' 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 t7iat she could not articulate her words properly. I was advised to try Holloway's Pills and Ointment, whichl 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 Meervt, lias; on the 15th October, 1847, copied an article from the ' Benares Recorder,' of which the following is an Extract: — ' The Prince of Maharajah Bissonatii Singh, who was temporarily residing at Ch...

Publication Title: Bathurst Advocate
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Impounded, [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 7 October 1848

Impounded, At PEPPER'S CREEK , Bathurst on the 4th day . oj Septemqer, 1848, from W. A Steel, Rockley, Campbells River : — One bay horse, like R or F ori the near shoulder, two fore legs black and white, near hind leg black, off fetlock -white; dock tail, aged, star in forehead, 15 hands high. One bay filly foal, M on the near shoulder, 2 on the thigh, star in forehead, two fore legs black, hind legs white, 12 months old. One dark brown bullock, JW near rump [and shoulder. One brown heifer, white back and'belly, brand not visible near rump, piece off near ear. One brindle cow, like JC off rump, piece out both ears, brown male calf, like G off rump. One strawberry cow, J with S sideways under off ribs, M off rump. One yellow and white cow bald face, JB off thigh, JC off ribs, red and white herfer calf, JB off thigh. One brown poley cow, white streek on the belly, piece off both ears, brand not visible. One ' strawberry cow, like Golf rump slrawbeny heifer calf, unbranded. One yel low...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 7 October 1848

TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Are Six Shillings per Quarter, payable.in advance. Single numbers, Sixpence. The Quarters end on the last Saturdays in Marcti, 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 A KVrtRTISKMENTS. 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 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; not 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 be pre-paid: * AGENTS. Mr. WALKER, O'Connell Plains. Mr. S. MEYER, Carc...

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The Little Philosopher. 11 [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 7 October 1848

The Ejittle Philosopher. NO. II. Studia philosophies adolescentiam alunt senec tutem oblectant : sectcndas \res ornant, adversis perfugium, ac solatium prcsbent; delectant domi, non impediunt forts , pernoctant nobiscum, pere grinantur, rusticantur. Pkrhaps some of our young readers will favour us with a translation of our motto, and convert Cicero into an English autho rity. We may as well state, once for all, that in the selection of subjects for this paper, we shall not feel bound to follow out the particular subject through all its ramifica tions. This would require a regular trea tise. Variety, instruction, and pleasure, will be our aim. The Philosophy of Man lays a primary claim to attention. His origin is from God ; his nature is compounded of body and spirit — of matter and mind. Generally, the Body is a ' frame of a most wonderful nature. The parts, of which it is composed ; their number ; their various natures, dependen cies, operations, and uses ; the arrange ment ; by wh...

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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 7 October 1848

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. All communications for this Journal must be accompanied with the name of the writer, or -they will not be inserted. The letter headed ' The Cornish Humbug' can not be inserted. We would advise the writer to ingratiate ?nmself into the good graces of the gentleman he exclaims against. It matters not whether fie has been a tin-smith, or any other smith. ' J. T. L.' — Your discontinuing a Subscriber is quite sufficient. You have overstepped the bounds of prudence, say nothing at all about tlie impudence of the thing. Who are you, to assume the authority to dictate to our esta blishment ? Knino thyself, young man.

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Port Phillip. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 7 October 1848

Port Phillip. (From the Argus, September 26t7i.J Free Pardon. — A pardon has been granted by the British Government to George Drury, and exile per Marion, and is now in the Superintendent's offlce. Drury is not yet aware of his good for tune, having lately gone into the country as a shepherd ; he is a druggist, and previous to his transportation he kept a large shop in Leeds, who has a wife and two children. It appears he was arrested on a charge of stealing a horse and gig from a livery stable-keeper, and distinctly sworn to by the prosecutor from his striking likeness to the real perpetrator of the oflenee, who is now in Van Diemen's Land as a convict. The facts of the case were elicited to the satisfaction of Sir George Grey, the Secretary for the Home Department, who lost no time in forwarding a free pardon to Drury. Act of Grace. — His Excellency the Governor has forwarded a pardon to Henry Squires and Thomas Barrett, at present under-going imprison ment in the Melbourne Gaol f...

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THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1848. ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 7 October 1848

THE EATHURST ADVOCATE.' SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1S48. ENGLISH OTWS. Thb Royal George arrived at Adelaide prior to the sailing of the Jane, bringing English news to the 29th May, five days later than lias been received in Syduey. The follow ing extract is from the Times : — Liverpool Wool Market. — The busi ness done in foreign wool has not been large ; but there has been a great deal of inquiry, chiefly induced by the low rates wools have been selling at lately, and most of the dealers having advantageously dis posed of their purchases, are eager to repeat them on the same terms ; but holders are more firm, and prices have already partially recovered from the late depressed rates. Mr. John Mitchell, the proprietor of the United Irishman, has been found guilty of seditious writing in that paper. The fol lowing extract will give some idea of the nature of the charge. In a letter to Lord Clarendon, he said — I tell you frankly, that _-?--?- ' . '/t \ I, for one, am not- ' loyal.' I am not...

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Police Office. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 7 October 1848

Police' Office. Monday. ' Before E. Park, Esq., J.P., and George Ranken, Esq., J.P. Charlotte Gregory wa3 charged with drunkenness, but as she had been confined two days in the lock-up she was discharged. Catherine Miller was brought up for the same offence, and as this was shewn to be the third time of her appearance before the bench on the same charge, she was ordered to pay a fine of 20s., or enjoy the luxury of bread and water for 48 hours in the cells. R. Gonei, for drunkenness, was fined 10s. or 24 hours in the cells. Wednesday. Before E. Park, Esq., J.P. John Balfour, a man of notoriety in the drinking line, was charged with'drunken ness, and fined 20s., or 24 hours in the cells on bread and water. John Harris had been apprehended on a charge of larceny, and after being re manded from Monday, was this day com mitted to take his trial at the next Quarter Sessions.

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IMPORTANT. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 7 October 1848

IKPOBTANT. The Land Regulations. — It is confi dently stated, in well-informed political cir cles, that the Home Government has come to the determination of revising the whole system of the newly-adopted Land Regula tions. This decision is said to have been adopted mainly in consequence of represen tations made from the government of this colony of the insurmountable difficulties that would arise in endeavouring to carry into execution all the minute and complicated detail of the proposed system ; the cumbrous and expensive machinery that would be re quired for that purpose; and lastly — whether leust or greatest among the considerations likely to weigh with an absent government we pretend not to divine — the undue advan tage that would be conferred by these regu lations upon one particular class of the community. It is added that his Excellency Sir Charles Fitz Roy has been highly com plimented by the home government upon the foresight he displayed, and the decision which he exerci...

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Original Correspandence. To the Editor of THE BATHURST ADVOCATE, Bush, Oct. 6, 1848. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 7 October 1848

(BtiQinal &arxt£parCJieixce, To the Editor of The Bathurst Advocate, Bush, Oct. 6. 1848. Sir, — There is another arrangement which would greatly tend to increase the sale of land, and hence, raise a fund for the intro duction of emigrants, and bring much valu able land under cultivation, as it would cause, the establishment of small farms, which I should be disposed to recommend ; and that is, for the government to give a liberal credit for a portion of the purchase money. The purchasers should pay not less than 20 or 25 per cent, before they take possession, and all the next should stand over for four or five years, so that they might have time to make improve ments, and get a return for their land be fore they are called upon to pay any more. After the expiration of four or five years they should pay another instalment of 20 or 25 per cent., and from this time an equal instalment should be paid every year until it be all paid. Such a regulation would en able many to become...

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Settlers' Wholesale Price Current. SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 7 October 1848

Settlers' Wholesale Price Current. SYDNEY. Wheat. — Several shipments have arrived from Van Diemen's Land during the week; sales arc not brisk, and prices range from 4s. to 4s. 4d. per bushel. Flour.— Fine, £12; seconds, £10. Maize. — May be quoted at fromjls. Id. to Is. 3d. per bushel of GOlbs. Barley. — None offered. Oats.— Dull at sale, and worth 33/per bushel of 401b. Hay. — Plentiful : Good compressed Van Die men's Land is fetching about £5, and the best lucerne £3 10s. per ton. Buttek. — Good butter is scarce, and. in demand ,? inferior plentiful, and unsaleable-; Cheese. — Scarce and in demand for best samples. Bacon and Hams. — Prime quality, in demand. Eggs. — Wholesale, 6d. per dozen. Pigs. — Carcase price, from l£d. to 2d. per lb. Calves. — In good' condition, are worth from 10s. to 15s. Fat Cattle.— Worth about £2 to £3 per head. Sheep. — About 7s. per head. Tallow.— Beef, £29 to £30; Mutton, £31, in good packages for shipment. Tobacco. — The best brands are in demand ; ...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 7 October 1848

Shipping ErttelUffswcc. ARRIVALS. September 25. Ariel, schooner, Capt. Dobson, returned to port. 28. Cheerful, schooner, Capt. Jones, from Auck land the 13th instant. 26. Shamrock, steamer, Capt. Gilmore, from Port Phillip the 23rd, and Eden, Twofold Bay, the 25th instant. 28. Jane, barque, Capt. Pallott, from Java via Adelaide, having left the latter port on the 17th instant. . 28. Courier, Tahitian ship, Capt. Degoy, from 'Tahiti the 17th July, and Upolu, Navigator's Island, the 21st August. 28. Montauk, American ship, Capt.. Macmichael, from Hobart Town the 21st instant. 29. Maukin, brig, Capt. Hughes, from Auck land the 14th instant. 29. Victory, barque, Capt. Mullens, from Port Nicholson the 3rd, Nelson the 14th, and New Ply mouth the 19th instant. 30. Secret, schooner, Capt. Hunter, from More ton Bay the 22nd September. 30. Clarissa, schooner, Capt. Hunter, from More ton Bay the 25 th September. 30. Ann Mary, schooner, Capt. Brown, from Moreton Bay the 26th September. October ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 7 October 1848

Died, At Bathurst, on Friday, the 22nd ultimo, in the bloom of youth, ROBERT STOREY, son of Mr. JAMES ASHTON CROWTHER, of this town, aged sixteen years and nine months, after a long and lingering illness, which he bore with Christian fortitude and humble resignation.

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WINE-MAKING. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 7 October 1848

WI^E-MiLKm©. At a late meeting of a learned society in London, a paper was read ' On Wine growing in New South Wales,' by Mr. John Hector. Jt would appear that the cultivation of the vine promises beneficial results to the settler, not only as regards the manufacturing of wine for the consump tion of the colonists themselves, but also as leading to its eventual exportation to Eng land. Neither is the cultivation to be re garded solely, in refereuce to the production of wine ; but in the drying of the fruit for the supply of raisins and in the manufac ture of brandy and vinegar large profits may he relied on. According to Mr. Hector's calculations, it appears that the cost price of a farm, at the present time, of 240 acres — namely, 40 acres fit for planting as a vineyard and 200 acres of fore.jt — would be from £200 to £250— but which he puts down at £300; that the cost of bullocks, horses, carts, ploughs, harrows, and other necessary implements, together with twelve months' supply ...

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To the Editor of The BATHRUST ADVOCATE. Oct. 6th, 1848. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 7 October 1848

To the Editor of The Bathdrst Advocate. Oct. 6th, 1848. Sir, — Through the medium of your paper, I beg leave to ask the Gentlemen of Bathurst, and the surrounding district, whether it would not be prac ticable to commence a Museum in the Town P Its influence would be unquestionably good -and its expenses not much. The amount of knowledge' would be greatly increased, and habits of mind would be induced, which are always very desirable. Latterly we have had a great deal of talk about public affairs ; — will some of our public men start a Museum. ENQUIRO. ? ? o ? Inquest. — On Friday, the 29th ultimo, a man named James Smith, was found dead in a paddock belonging to Mr. Bonner, about fourteen miles from Bathurst. The man had been in the employ ment of Mr. Bonner for the last twelve months, arid for some time before his death, complained of indisposition. On the day of his death he was at his master's house, and said it was his intention to come to Bathurst, and consult some medical man...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 7 October 1848

SETTER-PRESS PEfcSWTXKTG THT*XECUTED AT THIS OFFICE ON THE Jg^A SHORTEST NOTICE, equal to any house in London. STATIONERY OF EVERY DESCRIPTION ALWAYS ON HAND. /jOfeN SAT.E, at the Advocate Office, THE mW MASTERS' and SERVANTS' ACT, with the amended act. boss- fc&s&bss. ^TBjiN SALE, at the Advocate Office, FORMS ffjP for REGISTERING DOGS. . WANTED, AS AN APPREMTICE to the PRINTING BUSINESS, a Boy, who can read well. Apply at the Advocate Office. TO STA2SB THSS SEASON, AT C. H. GREEN'S. ESQ., ROCK FOREST, near Bathurst, the Imported horse i CAP £L FEE, Bred by Mr. Poyntz, and purchased from the Marquis of Tavistock, by H. H. Kater, Esq., for Five Hundred Guineas. CAP A PIE was got by the Colonel out of Sister to Cactus, Moses' Dam by Gohanna. See Stud Book. CAP A PIE is Brother to Drummer, Drum Major, and several other winners. Terms— £4 4s. Groomage, 2s. 6d. each. A well watered five hundred acre Paddock pro Tided Gratis until the 1st of January, 1849. Every care will...

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TOWN AND COUNTRY [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 7 October 1848

TOWN AND COUNTEY Subscribers are respectfully informed, that the present No. (XXXVI.) is the first of a new quarter. We have now commenced another quarter's toil, and trust 'our endeavours to please may be crowned with success.' But remember, we keep no clerk nor collector. The whole ma- nagement of this publication is in the hands of the proprietor, who has but little time to spare for ' money hunting.' We therefore trust our patrons will call at the office and pay their amounts due with- out requiring the form of ' a bill.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 7 October 1848

HOOP IRON. AS M A L L QUANTITY OF HOOP IEON OX SALE, at the Stores of J. SIMMONS. TO LET, for three or five years, 1280 acres more or less, in the immediate Vicinity of   Carcoar. There are about thirty-eight acres well fenced and now sown with wheat, oats, &c. There are also a good hut and stock-yard, and the land is unusually rich and has a frontage to the Belubula Creek . Application to be made to the Rev. T. B. Naylor, Carcoar ; or, to Home and Wadeson, William-. Street, Bathurst. SERVANTS. dg3EVERAL SITUATIONS are nbw.vacant/or PSP^MALE and FEMALE SERVANTS. Apply at the Advocate Office. £5.[KEV7AltD. W* OST, from Kin's Plains, about the middle of jl[j July. A DARK BAY COLT, four years old, branded WN on near shoulder, small star in forehead, broken in to saddle. If stolen, the above lleward^wil^be^paidjjonjconviction of the'party'or parties.'' If stra'yed, the sum of £2 will be given on the£COLT being brought' to^me,.tet King's Plains, or Carcoar; or, to Mr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 14 October 1848

'. ? TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Are Six Shillirigs per' Quarter i payable1 ift advance. ' Single numbers, Sikfiehce. The. Quarters end on the,las-; Saturdays in Maich, ' June, September, and- December, and on which dates only can resignations be received/and , which must be' accompanied by payment of all moneytsdue; . TERMS FOR ADVERTISEMENTS. For, the first inch of sjiace, one insertibh; Three Shillings. For each additional inch, One Shilling. For future insertions* Half-price. The number of times to be published must be written on'jthe ; face of the' manuscript, 'or the advertisements 'will be; co'rftmned 'till coiihtier-' rnarided. The amount Huisi be paid previous to the insertion of an advertisement, which' must1 be sent before two o'clock on Friday afternqbn,w and all orders.' to withdraw; not 'later tnkh'twb o'cl6bkon Thursday afterriooh, or they cannot' be attended to. No verbal cbnimunications ' can' be 'attended t» and all postages rriust be p're-paid^ ? ' ; ' ' AGENTS. ? ? .....

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Impounded. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 14 October 1848

Impounded, . .; At O'CO^NEL PLAINS, on the'27th day of . September, 18^8, from Mr. JohtiWest :— One bay horse, IW on the'shoulder, and , jS tin the : neck - near side, star in the forehead; and saddle' r marks,' ?-. aged ; damages 23. 6d. If not released, he Will be sold on the' 23rd of October, 1848. Ji 'Roberts* Pouridkeeper. 9s. ? ?-? At CAN0W1NDRA, on the 20th day of Sep tember, 1848, froth' the Soldier's Flats, Lachlan River :—Oae black bullock, MF rump and thigh ofTside.M near side, 6 years old, trespass 6d. One red bullock, RS rump and thigh near side, illegible brand rump and. ribs, 6: years old, trespass 6d. ' One red1 poley heifer, TE nip and thigh, 2 years ' old, trespass 6d. One red cow;! white back ,- ALBtT Off side, illegible1 'brand near' side, .6 .years .old, , trespas6d; and one white calf, red neck, ;M'D rump on calf. One red heifer, white flank, TA rump, O ribs 'near side,, 2 years old, trespass fid. . J.^White, Poundkeeper. '? 10s. 6d. . '

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