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

'' l ' * Messrs. ' a&Om&Bt ~& ASSLB ?? ARE READY to receive WOOL and' other PRODUCE, at their Rooms, to be sub mitted for Sale by Public ? Auction during the ensuing Season. It will' be stored free of expense, until the Day of Sale . ; . (WUJtJKESOAY in every Week) And a charge of !$? per, cent, only, including Duty, will be made. ££ ABWAftD. ? ? ? ? ? ii'i;. ^STOLEN off a Bat Maius. belonging to the, !^ Undersigned. A N EW HOG-SKIN SADDLE, with plated Stirrup-Irons, holes in flaps for passing circingle underneath,' Crupper, and Bridle, the latter having the figure 7 cut in Headstall.. The above were stolen at Daly's fence, near the Police Barracks, Carcoar. The above , Reward will , be paid to any person giving such information as will lead to the convic tion of the thief; or, £1 upon recovery of the property. , H. J. CLARKE. Carcoar, October 9, 1848. . JAMES OOOMBBS BEGS to inform the Residents of Bathurst and the ' surrounding neighbourhood, that he has ta...

Publication Title: Bathurst Advocate
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ADDRESS TO THE QUEEN IN FAVOUR OF REPEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 14 October 1848

ttaemmmmmmmmmmmmimlmmmmammaaaKm ADDRESS TO THE QUEEN IN FAVOUR OF REPEAL. CFrom the Daily News, June 26. j The Lord Mayor of Dublin and several other members of the Irish Metropolitan Corporation, were received by the Queen at Buckhingham Palace, for the purpose of presenting to Her Majesty an address of congratulation on the birth of a princess. One; passage in the document ran thus: — ' Most gracious Majesty, we humbly and with all due deference venture to suggest that the main canse of the misery of Ireland is, that her laws are not made by an Irish Parliament ; that, instead of a sister nation, she has been legislated for as a mere pro vince ; and that the certain and effectual course to restore her prosperity, to preserve ihc integrity of the empire, and to attach , iuosi of the people of Ireland, is by the'! restoration to Ireland of the power to make' her own laws and to manage her own1 re sources, by the repeal, as speedily as pos sible, of the act of legislative union, aria...

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

MARKETS. Wheat.— This week a tolerably good supply ha3 been offered for sa'e, which has caused a reduction in the price. Good samples have been offered &t 4s. per bushel, and it may now be quoted at from 3s. 6d. to 4s. per bushel. F.LOua— Fine (at the Mills) 0 13 0 per lOOlbs . Seconds ? 0 11 0 . , ... Ration.. ? 0 10 0 ' These are the cash prices ; Is. extra is charged for credit. Bran. — This article realizes 3s. per lOOlbs. Maize. — A quantity has been offered at 2s. per bushel. Baulky. — Scarce — a small quantity would meet ? with ready sale, at from 3s. 6d. to 4s. per bushel. '. Potatoes are not very plentiful, and are now selling at from 4s. to 4s. 6d. ' per cwt. Daiet Produce. — Butter, Is. per lb. ; Cheese, '3£d. to 3d. per, lb. ; Bacon, 2Jd. per lb. ; Eggs, ,. (W. per dozen. Hat.— £3 10s. per ton. U*«a», 3d. the 21b. loaf.

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Original Correspondence. To the Editor of THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. Bathurst, October 9th, 1848. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 14 October 1848

Gviqinrtl VatveipanTfenct. '! To the Editor of The Bathchst AdvocatA' j , Bathurst, October 9 th, ,18,4$^.. , Sm,— The press is frequently spoken of as a; tame- able and powerful engine, because in some cases it prevents public abuses, and in others is the means of their suppression. It is on this ground that I have ventured to address you, hoping that a public exposure of that which I in common with many others, feel to be a geneial grievance, will be followed by its suppression. ? .;-.;?? . The honesty of millers is proverbial, and in 'this district they appear determined ..to justify public opinion on this point: for when an individual takes to the mill, a load of wheat to be ground, although he pays nine-pence per bushel for the grinding, and allows a certain proportion from every bushel for waste, yet the miller is not satisfied., but must charge him ut the same rate for grinding the bags as well, as the wheat, so that if he takei twenty: bags containing sixty bushels of wheat,...

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Original Poetry. THE ORPHAN'S DREAM. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 14 October 1848

Original Poetry. THE ORPHAN'S DREAM. Sleep on in thy beauty, bright spirit* shall guard ?'? ? ? thee ;???:. ? . . ??? ' ?. ? ? . ? They watch o'er thine innocent slumbers fair child— The wind lightly rustle3 the leaves all around thee, And sighs through thy dark curls o'er features so mild. A smile passes over those features now sleeping' So placid and lovely in that moon-lit bower — It tells not that slumber had banish' d thy weeping, And wafted thee back to thine infancy's hour. Thy dream is of Her who has often caresa'd thee And smil'd on thy beauty — then gave thee to one Who look'd first at her — then at thee— -and he { press'd thee . .. ? ? To his heart— -which together with her's is now gone ! Why startcstthou thus in thine innocent dreaming f A cloud passcth over thy beautiful brow— a ?Tis past — and that sigh has recall'd thy. dream seeming : To pity thy wakening and consciousness now. ! ? ' _ A ? ?~. ' Lookout JAck.— An American news paper has the following ?. — A Yankee h...

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

FRANCS. Arrest of N'early Two Thousand Pbb sons. — Paris, Sunday, 6.30 p.m. — The cir cumstances which I described in iny letter of this morning as having been arranged for surrounding the attroupement last night at the Porte St. Denis led to the capture of 1925 persons, who were immediately tnarch to the prefecture of police, in the courts of which they have been retained under guard. It is expected that this stringent measure will put an end to the attroupements, at least for the moment. Complaints of 250 persons having been robbed in the attroupe ments have been laid before the Commis sary of Police of the quarter St. Denis.' Mr. Thiers has referred the question of the selection of the department for which he will sit in the Assembly to hia friends, who have recommended the department of the Gironde, to which, however, M. Thiera objects that his opinions on commercial le gislation are opposed to those of the com merce of Bordeaux. — London Daily News, Juiie 13. Prettx Certain. — ...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 14 October 1848

£-lxt})9tug; KitteUijjeitce. ARRIVALS. Octobsii A: Sarah, brig, Capt. Grant, from I«um wsUm tlie 27th ultimo. 4. Phoebe, schooner,., Capt. Bennett, fiom Port Phillip the 27th ultimo. ']. Christina, brig, Capt. Saunders, from Port Phillip the 28th ultimo. ' I I. Ganges, barque, Capt. Mitchell, from Hoki an^a, New Zealand, the 2lst ultimo. 1. Comet, schooner, Capt. Cork, frorn^Port Nel son tlio 22nd ultimo. . ,, ? 4. Petrel, schooner, Capt. Gib3on, from Port Phillip the 28th ultimo. 1. 'Diana, brig, Capt. Ball, from Port Phillip the 29th ultimo. 4. Martha and Elizabeth, schooner, Capt. Irvine, returned to port. r-. Emma, brig, Capt. Pqckley, from Hobart Town the 28th ultimo. 0. Card's Legacy, Capt. M'Ncil, from Twofold Tiny the .'lid instant. 6. Agincourt, barque, Capt. Scott, from Lon ilon, having left the Downs on the 16th' June, with immigrants and merchandise. G. blurl Grey, barque, Capt, Robertson, from London .the 18th May, and Plymouth the 3rd Junefi with immigrants and merchan...

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Mitchel's Conviction. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 14 October 1848

: ... - .,, , /.: ? r-o-. / ::-. J;ffl^ ..:;,;:? ? ,r . ,?? SXitcherB Oonviqjtl-m, - . . ; -: ? ... ?' ? ?? (.From thejJ:ime*r]} r?;' w-'iy '--?;:. Some very mawkish arid 't$tfl& verjf ^mis chievous stuff has been writt§ri'abSut the last Irish trial. It is admitted that the verdict was a true one, and such as. the writers themselves would have given ; that the jury did their duty ; and that the, whole pro ceeding was thoroughly according to law. The jury was1 good,»the trial was good, the verdict was .good. ,. Where, ,jthen, is the, complaint? It is twofold, ..» |. That the Sheriff must have taken -a rather high standard of respectability in selecting his, panel from the jurors' book.i 2. That the Attprney- General must .have made a rather free use of the unlimited right of challenge, which belongs to the Crowns The .objectors 'do not doubt that ifr the Sheriff or the Attorney-General had beerpat ?all: less ex clusive, Mitchell would be this day at the office of the United I...

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ENGLISH NEWS. CHARTIST DEMONSTRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 14 October 1848

. ENGLISH «BW8. CHARTIST DEMONSTRATION. (From the Sunday Times. June 4.) Foa Borne past meetings having been held in variout parts of the ineticppolis, of Irishmen who are adviicates for ).be repeal of the union, and atVo of the 'tlbartists, and the resolutions arrived at have been to the effect that in the event of aoy punishment being inflicted on Mr. John tylitehel, who has now been sentenced to fourteen years' trans portation, they 'would' then rise «» masse to request from the'Queen of England his re leaae. ' As snonns the news arrived in town, on Saturday, of Mr.' Mitchel's conviction the various clubs assembled Bt their respective places of meeting! and at many of them it was agreed'that the members should arm themselves for a demonstration on Monday evening. It was publidly proclaimed that a public meeting should be convened on the Clerken well Green, and that a procession should be formed, but whether it was' to march was a profound secret. About that tima the leaders of th...

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THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1848. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 14 October 1848

THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1848. The intelligence from Europe is of fearful and momentous concern. No person can contemplate the present condition of all Christendom without alarm . How our own heloved Isle will fare — and her numerous Dependencies, it is utterly impossible to foresee; Evidently there is reason for more than ordinary sober thought. Latterly we have been much struck with the conduct of the Press, both here and at home. We refer to the fact of so many references made to Divine Prophecies. The Si/incy Morning Herald takes a thoughtful look into the ' Future State of the Colony' — The Christian Standard quotes the matter of an important leader from Fleming — The Christian Guardian abridges a telling article fi :m the Church of England Review — and, jjvily, we put our own approbation and vj;t;::iendation on this manner of treating ihi matters under consideration. Hereto Ln-'i we have in the most distinct manner ?ilthlzi our decided conviction that, ther...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 14 October 1848

NEW ZEALAND. Reported Outrage op Rangihaeta. — Rangihaeta, according to the Wellington Spectator of the 8th July, had, on the 2nd, burnt down a house at Rangitikei belong ing to Dr. BeBt. No violence was offered, and the furniture and ' effects were first de liberately removed. The outrage appears to have been caused in consequence of Rangitikei having been offered for sa'eto the government by the Ngatiapas, the resident natives of the district ; Rangihaeta wishing, it would seem, to prevent the establishment of cattle stations, and hoping, in the event of sale, to compel the NgAtiapas to ac knowledge hia superior claims. Te Raupa raha is said to have given Mr. Skipwith notice to leave Otaki, the natives themselves being desirous to depasture the lands over which Mr. Skipwilh's cattle and sheep were grazing. The former were in consequence removed to Urahi, the latter to Mnnawatu. , Native HosTELftiMS.— The heavy rains which we have had lately* and. the large, number of native, .visi...

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To the Editor of THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. Bathurst, October, 10, 1848. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 14 October 1848

To the Editor of The Batiiuubt Advocate, , Bathurst, October, 10, 1848. Sir, — I have read attentively your views of Colo nization, as also the article from Eraser's Magazine,, as it appeared in a late number of the Sydney Morning Herald. I confess, I feel deeply interested in this question, and all that relates to it; and .as I freely acknowledge, thiB feeling mnyposeibly no prejndice my judgment, as to pervert the truth. With the full conviction of this possible influence before my mind, it shall be my endeavour to- exr ercise caution and vigilance, while L give ? you the results of my reading and thoughts. l; . i,. As respects the letter to his Excellency the Governor, I will only observe that, the professed object of tho communication will cover a multi tude of offences against mere etiquette. But here no offence is committed, while at the same time a most important question is brought under the notice of every reader of your paper. With Froser's article I was much gratified. He...

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Police Office. SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 14 October 1848

Police Office.* Saturday. There were seven drunkards on the list, some of whom paid the fine of 10s. each, and the others were safely deposited in the. lock-up. Thomas Phillips, a man who was tried for lar ceny at the last Quarter Sessions, but escaped through the prevarications of ' Kit Lawler,' (who for her trouble was sent to gaol for a month) had his ticket cancelled, and was ordered to be for warded to Hyde Park Barracks. Monday. ' Before J. W. Lowe,Esq., J.P. John Balfour, not contented with the punish ment he had already received for drunkenness, was again brought up on the same charge, and as he appeared incorrigible, was sent to gaol for tw» months as a rogue and vagabond.' V Joseph Wester man, for' the same offence, wa* fined 10s., or forty-eight hours in the cells. : ' TUKSDAY. Before J. W. Lowe, Esq., J.P. , Mary Holmes, who has lately been repeatedly before the bench, charged with drunkenness, wa« ordered to do penance for six weeks, under the direction of Mr. Chippenda...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 14 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. We would feel obliged to any of our Correspon- dents if they will supply us with A Gardener's CALENDAR for the Bathurst District.

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

rpHE TJNDERSIGNEiDhaTing received a Freeh Supply of 6dod§ of aimoat: every X description, is desirous?of calling the attention of ' ''. '.; TO HIS WHQIiESAliE AND RETAIL iMAJ? ^E^feAt gTdfi^S/ Mayiie obtained' 1-5 ' Per 'Gfebt ^tinder -the Retail Flock Masters 'and Settlers -wilt therefore ?be-eonBultfag^ INTifiilEST 'by giVi%' their i Orders i nearer Home. ' Slop Clotliihg:, Blankets, itaffB/Odutiterpaii^a, Ac, 25 Per Cent. ? ? Sun-ler tbe ixBual Charg-es. ?- ?, ?;??? Every Article in the ' GROGERY TRiADE'* and ^IMA^ S^OkEiS' I ^ ?- EIVI A JBt Y - II E A ?» !! V TEAS' of Best Brands and ' '^arr»ntbi) ^oaht^^V ; / ;1 ?'SUGARS' in Sound Clean Mats, wejghmg from1 60lbs. -io'! 1201118; each.^; .' 'WOOLPACKS' 9£lbs. ' WILKINSON'iSf-'''6UehrB;./W(»lbag^ta-gjUiid'iTW^e^ Elegant Pattern OIL-SKIN TABLE COVERS/ biily'^8.6d. per yard; 'formerly sold at 6s. ; iftinendtaperyf ??'ttd8i^ry,\'^afrer-!l^Bl-!ei'yi Slack Silk Velvets and '.,' .;.,.. , . -.,. ,,r papfiaki''. very rich, , ? .. (^Consid...

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The Wool markets. &.c. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 21 October 1848

THe. Wool : EEarltots. &c. ('From Thb^Mark Lane' Express,- Jtme 26. ) London, Monday.^- The imports' of Wool into London last week were1 3615 bales, of which 1942 were from Sydney, 1324 from 'y'an\DIernen's Land, 79 from the Cape, and the rest from Germany. The public sales of colonial and other wool com menced oh Thursday, and have been tolerably well attended, considering the dulness of trade.. . There is, however, a decided reduction in prices compared with the last series. The first-sale was by Messrs. Simes and Co. j. who put up 1298 bales, including 784 bales Australian, at7d.to, ls.'4£d. ; and 391 bales Van Diemen's Land, at 7d. to Is. 3£d. ; the latter price being paid for snow white South Aus tralian, was withdrawn. Messrs. Jacomb, on Friday, offered 1473 bales. Australian, 607 bales went at 7£d., to Is. 5d. ; Van Diemen's Land, 409 bales, at 7£d., to Is. I£d. ; Port Phillip, 233 bales, at 9£d., to Is. for sheep's, and Is. Id. to Is. 6id., for lamb's ; and Cape at 8...

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THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1848. The Town Common. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 21 October 1848

THE MTHUtiST AD YOG ATE. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1,848. The Town Common. Wk are happy to learn, that through the , instrumentality of our Representative, Mr. Darvall, -'the'--' Government 'has 'at' length been induced to attend' to the petition of the inhabitants on the subject of a common, for the use of their* dairy 'c'attie^ And we may now hope to see some regulation for preventing the destruction of the herbage, as hitherto,.. by two. or three large flocks of sheep. , Numerous, complaints hud pre viously been made both to the Police Magis trate and the Government on the subject, but no notice was taken of them, and in all probability our last petition would have been equally neglected, had it not been ably supported. It must be gratifying to all, to perceive that in his attention to our local wants, Mr. Darvall has shown his desire and ability to serve us.

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Mortgates on Stock, and Liens on wool. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 21 October 1848

SVIortgrasres on Stock, and SLdens on Wool. As it may not be generally known that under the late Act, 11 Vic. No. 4, it has been made a misdemeanour to sell or dispose of sheep or cattle whilst under mortgage, or wool on which a Lien has been given : We give a short extract from the 7th section. It enacts 'That any grantor of such pre ferable lien on wool or mortgage of sheep &c, who shall afterwards sell or dispose of the wools under lien, or the increase or pro geny of the sheep &c, mortgaged, without consent of the lienee or mortgagee, or who shall in any way directly or indirectly, destroy, defeat, invalidate or impair, or any person or. persons who shnll knowingly, or wilfully incite, aid or abet such grantor, directly or indirectly, to defeat, destroy or invalidate the right of property of the lienee or mortgagee on the wool of any sheep, mentioned and annexed in such agreement, or of the sheep &c, in the mortgage, shall be severally held guilty of an i...

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Odd Fellowship. HOUSE OF LORDS—THURSDAY, April 20 [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 21 October 1848

Odd Fellowship. House of: Lords — Thursday, April 20 Lord Beaumont presented a number of petitions from different lodges of Odd Fellows praying for the legalization of their societies. Lord Brougham said he had no doubt the numerous petitions which were presented to their lordships on this subiect emanated from highly respectable individuals ; but he conceived that an end ought to be put to the secret part of their institution. Lord Campbell had presented many peti tions from Odd Fellows, and he could assure his noble and learned friend they were not bound together by oath. If they were, he should not have a word to say in their favour, for all societies bound by an oath were illegal. Lord Brougham observed that they had an oath of secrecy. Lord Campbell replied they had no oath at all, and to ask them not to unite in societies would be to ask them to be no longer Odd Fellows. The Odd Fellows were most loyal, most peaceable, and most charitable men ; and he believed the Queen had no...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 21 October 1848

TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION.. Are Six Shillings per Quarter, payable in advance. Single numbers, Sixpence. 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. 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, 01 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 tv.o 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. .'lir. WALKER, O'Connell .Plains. Mr. S. MBYER, Cartoar. Mr. J. MO...

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