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Impounded, [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 21 October 1848

Impounded. At MONTEFIORS. WELLINGTON, on the 25th of September, 1848, from Crown Lands, Mer riwaj|: — One black and white poley cow, JEB, near side, JS off side. One blue and white cow and calf, JS near rump, JE thigh. One red steer, JEB near thigh. One red and white spotted cowr JS near rump, JE thigh. One red and white heifer, JEB hear rump. One red and white steer, JEBnear rump. One red and white steer, JEB near rump. One red and white steer, JEB near rump. One brindle cow, C on rump, JE thigh. One red steer, JE ntar rump. One strawberry cow, JE.near rump, JS on neck. One red arid white poley cow,' JEB near rump. . One red and white cow, SD on ribs, JS near rump.1 One blue heifer, Jb',B near lump. ' One strawberry ; poley cow, A- on ribs, JEnear; rump. ; OneWwhite poley cow,At- near ribs, brand on thigh not legi ble. One red and white heifer, JEB near rump. One black and white steer, JS near rump, JE on thigh. One black and white poley steer, JE near rump. One white heifer, JEB n...

Publication Title: Bathurst Advocate
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South Australian Mems. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 21 October 1848

South. Australian Xttems. A new chapel in connexion with the Wesleyan Methodists was to be opened at Kensington on the 1st October. — The Lord Bishop of Adelaide was to lay the founda tion stone of the new church at Mitcham, in a few days. On Sunday he is to consecrate St. John's Church; and on Tuesday he will set sail for Western Australia on a pastoral visit to that part of his diocese. — Notwith- standing the coolness of the atmosphere and the recent copious rains, the locusts had again made their appearance in swarms, and many persons predict that their ravages will be more than usually serious. — Mr. W. Walker, late of London, now of Gilles street, Adelaide, lias been admitted a barrister, attorney, &c, of the Supreme Court of South Australia. — A warrant has been placed in the hands of Serjeant Alford, for the apprehension of the runaway lawyer Bayne, on a charge of forgery, and from the information received, the officer entrusted with the duty of pursuing the delinque...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 21 October 1848

Died,           At sea, on board the St. George, on the 26th of May last, William Avery Coleman, Esq., late of Sydney, aged thirty-five years.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 21 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.

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

We do not identify ourselves with the           opinions of our Correspondents.  

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IRELAND. Dublin, June 23. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 21 October 1848

mEXtAND. fFrom tPte Dublin Correspondent of The Morning Times.) ? - ;? ' . ; Publinv^Juhe 23-*tf As regards the ; Repeal agitatiSn^heri 'is' nothing new tb-dayi'!- 'The ?'negb'tia'tibfts'fdr^ a junction of the Old atfd JYdung'lf'e'lah'd'ers are in progress, and'rthere are mSfiyTmore1 letters from Roman ^GatKolic1' clergymen,- generally approving of the^propose'd'-leagueV' but some of them with decided reservations in favor of the ' moral''' force- principle:' It is understood that Mr. John O'Gonnell ; is to abandon the agitation sooner than enter into the ranks of the new confederacy. Dublin, June 24. The Irish Felon, successor to the United Irishman, made its first appearance to-day. It is equally sanguinary in spirit as the journal which had been conducted by John Mitchell, but lacks the vigour and desperate - energy with which he had propagated his seditious and revolutionary doctrines. The proprietor of the Irish Felon, Mr. John Martin, opens with an address ' to all whom it may...

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Police Office. MONDAY [?] the Pollice Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 21 October 1848

Police ©See. Monday. Before [he Polio;; Magistrate. .'Titus Kcuil, John M'Ginnon, and Richard Ht'tinr.sHi-'.v, |)le-uied guilty to a charge of . drunkenness, and were fined ten shillings each, or twenty -four hours in the cells. Tuesday. Before the Police Magistrate, Captain Sutherland, and W. H. Suttor, Esqvs. George Hibill was sent to gaol for one month, for having in his possession a forged discharge. . .' Summons List. Ferguson v. Green. — The defendant in Jhis case hnd been apprehended on a warrant, .. for losing his employer's sheep, he was ad monished by the Bench and discharged. ' Kerr v. Hawkins. —The defendant in this Vbase also had been apprehended on a .. Warrant, for a breach of the Hired Ser vant's Act ; he was forwarded to the Bench .. at Blackmail's Swamp, where the warrant 'was issued. Emigrants. — Last evening, about five o'clock, another batch of Emigrants arrived by six drays , which had been eight days coming from Sydney, and there were three other drays behind,...

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

Settlers' Wholesale Price Current. SYDNEY. Wheat varies in price from 4s.. to 4s. 9d. per bushel for best samples of Van Diemen's Land : sales limited. . Flour. — Fine, £11; seconds, £9. ? Maize. — Very plentiful and may be quoted at Is. 2d. per bushel of 601bs. Barlet. — None. ? Oats.— Very limited in sale. Hay. — Good compressed Van Diemen's Land is fetching about £5 ; and the best lucerne, about £'.'- per ton. Butter.— Good butter is scarce, and in demand. Cheese. — Scarce and in demand for best samples. Bacon and Hams, well cured, will realise about 3d. to 4d.' per lb. -Egqs. — Wholesale, 5d. per dozen ; abundant. ''Fat Pias are very plentiful, the market over stocked, and no fixed price can be named. . ;. .Calves vary from 10s. to 16s'.' 'each.'* . ^Fat Cattle.-;- Worth' about £2'to £3 per head. . Sheep. — From 7s. to 9s. per head. Tallow.— Beef, £29 to £30; Mutton, £30 to £3 1 per ton , in good packages for shipment. ? .'Hides. — Very unsaleable. Tobacco. —The best brands are ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 21 October 1848

The Romish Church. — The Right Reverend Dr. Goold, the Roman Catholic Bishop of Melbourne, arrived in the city on Wednesday, October the 4th, haying travelled overland from Sydney in his own carrmge. The Bishop was met at the Somerton Inn,' sixteen miles' on the Sydney Road, by a large concourse ' of the Roman Catholic ? inhabitants in vehicles: and- on-horseback, who escorted him into Melbourne, where -he was received by the general body.of his people. Dr. Gpold. will take j)osses sipn of the 'Episcopal Chair on Sunday, the 8th of Oct6ber, with the usual pomp arid ceremony of the Romish' Church. The Bishop is a very youthful looking, man, and hasalready made many friends here by his urbanity and condescension. Mel bourne Argus, October 6. ...... The Romish Church. — The Chapel of St. Francis was crowded to excess on Sunday'; October the 8th by persons of all religious4 denominations, who were anxious to visit the induction i-qf ?.the .Right Reverend Dr. Goold, as Roman Catholic, Bi...

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MEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 21 October 1848

MSW SKAkAND. Governor Grey's Interview with Rang ihkata. — On Wednesday last, the expected meeting between his Excellency the Goyer nor-in-Chief and llangiheata took pluce at the new village of Hadfield, at Otaki. A chair ; was provided for the accommodation/ ofJ;helG.Qy!ernor, and seats were i also placed for Captains Maxwell and Oliver, Major Durie, and the' other gentlemen' who accom panied^ hia i.. Excellency. The natives as sembled id great numbers, upwards of a thousand: of them being^ present ; Rangi haeta's party and those who were friendly to him being seated by themselves near the house which had been assigned to him by the Otaki natives for his use, and wearing white feathers in their hair, -a' When* all were seated, Rangihaeta made his appear ance. He wore his dogskin mat, and carried his merit in his hand, and had placed in his hair some white feathers and a pea cock's feather as ornaments. He evidently appeared to labour under the impression that he had to sustain his ...

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Original Correspondence. BATHURST HOSPITAL. To the Editor of THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. Oct. 20th, 1848. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 21 October 1848

; BATHURST HOSPITAL. - To the Editor of The Bathurst Adyooate. Oct. 20th, 1848. Sir, — There is an old adage which saith, 'that ;which is every body V business, is ' nobody's business,' and the saying applies I am inclined to think with full force to the above institution. An Institution that was founded doubtless with the best possible in tention, that of securing shelter and medical attendance to the destitute sick, and there is no doubt that the great majority of those who now subscribe to the Bathurst Hospital, » do so under the impression that the funds are applied in the best possible manner, and with the strictest economy in carrying out the objects of so laudable a design. I have i now resided in' Bathurst between three and : four years, during which time I have never ' of a single Tender being called for /or the supply of the Hospital. I have heard of in stances, of the truth of which I certainly cannot vouch for, of poor creatures in ill health being refused admittance wit...

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The Native Blacks. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 21 October 1848

The Native Blacks. From a private communication just re ceived, we learn that those harmless and ingenuous animals, the aboriginals, have re-commenced their predatory operations. We are informed that one gentleman, a large proprietor on the Brisbane, has had no less than forty head of cattle drowned in a water hole, whither they had been rushed by an outlying detachment of the "lords of the soil." - At Tarampa, one of   those beautiful samples of the race, called 'a domesticated black,'' had taken advan   tage of the absence of his patron to saddle, one of the horses on the station, for the pur pose, as he said, of going round the rim, and driving the cattle together. When, on   horseback, however, he so far forgot himself, that he drafted from the herd two of the fattest bullocks, and drove them to the   scrub : rounding them up while his own   tribe — who were assembled there, of course by accident, speared them. The...

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THE ONE WANT. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 21 October 1848

T2SB .OSIS .WASJT. fFrom The Spectator, June 3. ). ? Seldom in a time of such political dullness — in the absence of general and genuine political agitation for specific objects — have grievances so many, so practical, and so ureent. been kept before the eyes of Go vernment, and yet with so little hope of result. In all quarters there is some vast demand for active service ?, from all cornea the complaint of apathy and inertness. ; In Ireland it is not the criroinal trials alone that move the people : Lord Lucan gives voice to sweeping complaints, against the operation of the new Poor-law ; Lord Fitzwilliam complains that nothing.is done in colonization ; The Times deplores .the ' sauve qui peut' style of emigration ; many anxiously enquire for the Encumbered Estate Bill. The colonies are all complaining. Tlie West Indians, both across the water|and in London, are calling out that the ruin threat ened by Government . might be averted. Biitish North America is unsettled ; and, subjec...

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

rilHE UNDERSIGNED having received a Fresh Supply of Goods of alnaost every A description, is desirous of calling the attention of , ? THE BATHVRST PUBLIC- ? TO HIS WHOLESALE AND RETAIL CHEAP GENERAL STORES, Shearing Supplies May be obtained 15 Per Cent.' under' the Retail ' SYDN E Y PRICES ! Flock Masters and Settlers will therefore be consulting tWeir MATERIAL INTEREST by giving their Orders nearer Home'. Slop Clothing*, Blankets, Rug's, Counterpanes, -Jtc, 25 Per Cent, under the usual Charges. t Every Article in the ' GROCERY TRADE' and OILMAN'S STORES' 'TEAS' of Best Brands and ' Warranted Quality.' ' SUGARS' in Sound Clean Mats , weighing from GOlbsi to 1201b's. each, i 'WOOLPACKS' 9ilbs. 'WILKINSON'S' Shears. Wbolbagging and Twine. Elegant Pattern OIL-SKIN TABLE COVERS, only 2s. 6d. per. yard, formerly Bold at 6s. Xiinendrapery, Hosiery, Haberdashery, Black £ill£ Velvets and Satins, very rich, r^- Considerably under the Original Invoice Price! LADIES' and CHILDREN'S' SILK PARAS...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 21 October 1848

Shipping Intelligence.   ARRIVALS. OCTOBER 11. Calypso, brig, Capt. Lown, from Tahiti the 23rd August, Raiatea the 31st August; and Upolu, Navigator Islands, the 16th Sept. 13. Herald, American ship, Capt. Terry, from the whaling grounds.   13. Teazer, schooner, Capt. Organ, from Circu- lar Head the 3rd instant. 14. Glen Huntley, ship, Capt. Barr, from Port Phillip the 9th instant. 14. Despatch, schooner, Capt. Plant, from Nel- son the 30th September. 14. Star of China, schooner, Capt. Dowker, from Auckland the 27th September. 14. West Indian, barque, Capt. Mills, from Lon- don, having left the Downs on the 15th May. 15. Rose, steamer, Capt. Pattison, from Moreton Bay the 13th instant. 16. Swift, schooner, 45 tons, Capt. Thompson, from Moreton Bay the 6th instant.   October 17. Achilles, barque, Capt. McRuvie, from London, having left the Downs on the 6th June. DEPARTURES. OOCTOBER 11. Spec, brig, Capt. Burns, for Auck- land. 11. Emma and Eliza...

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FLOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 21 October 1848

FLOOD. On Monday last the rain descended in tor-   rents in the neighbourhood of Bathurst,   and, on Tuesday, about twelve o'clock, the water came rushing down the vale creek   with such velocity, that in the space of a few minutes it was nearly bank high, and several teams (from Sydney) which had just crossed the river, were unable to pass the creek, and were obliged to camp for the night on the flat. The river also rose so high as to render it impassable, and the mail coach stopped in Kelso for the night, the bags, however, were brought over in the boat, so that the inhabitants received their letters and papers on Wednesday morning as usual. The waters in the creek gradually subsided on Tuesday afternoon, and towards evening several horsemen and two or three light vehicles came over, but the teams did not attempt to cross until Wednesday morning. We cannot lose this opportunity of giving expression to our astonishment at the apathy manifested...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 28 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, 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, CConnell Plains. Mr. S. MFYER, Carcoar. Mr.J.MORAN, Blac...

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Impounded, [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 28 October 1848

Impounded, At BATHURST, on the 16th of October, 1848 : — One bay horse, F reversed with H off shoulder, near hind foot white, star in forehead, shod, long 'bang tail, 3 years old, 15 hands high, impounded by chief constable, supposed to be stolen. One brack and white cow, PM near rump, short tail, with white female calf, no brand ; damages, Is. One brown cow, PM near rump, with brown and white female calf, no brand ; damages, Is. One white bullock, black spots, JL off rump, apparently a brand under illegible ; damages, 6d. Day of sale, November 11. It. Yeo, Poundkeeper. IO3. 9d.

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Robbery of the Molbourne and Portland Mail. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 28 October 1848

Jobbery of the Jfflolbourne and Portland £&ai2. On Monday evening the mail from Mel bourne to Portland Bay was despatched by the Post Office authorities at about half-past six o'clock, the usual time ; the bags were carried by a pack horse led by the mailman riding alongside, who had proceeded on his journey about twenty-five miles on the main road, when crossing the plains about three miles from Mr. Pyke's station' he was ac costed by two armed men, who desired him to 3tand, accompanying the demand by pre senting their guns at the man's head. He immediately plunged ' the rowels in his horse's sides, when one of the ruffians fired in the mailman's face, but fortunately with out doing1 him more serious damage than blackening his ' face divine' with the dis charge. The report of the gun so frightened the horse the man was.riding, that assisted by the spur, he made a plunge forward, striking the man heavily on the chest with his fore foot, and throwing him senseless on the grou...

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The little Philosopher. [?] [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 28 October 1848

The Xiittle Philosopher, i ?Wo'.n-i'i'i .i1 '?'?'? One word Atmosphere is'derived: frohi two Greek words, signifying'1 ' vapbur'^'and' 'round.' The thing l which -the word designates is the air by which:1 'we1' : are surrounded. The first character of the atmosphere which we shall notice is its Fluidity. It is agreed to term the atmosphere fluid, be cause it possesses some of the same properties as other matter which we call fluid. Fluids are known to press in all directions, so does the atmosphere. If we throw a stone into water we may observe the circles of waves pressing in all directions to the sides ; so if we attend to the sound of the discharge of a gun, we may observe the toaves of sound by the ear in this instance, as the waves of the water by the use of the eye in the other. Another character of the atmosphere is its Elasticity. It is also capable of being expanded; and it possesses weight. Familiar illustrations of elasticity are afforded by a boy kicking or beating a blo...

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