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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 28 October 1848

$3* We respectfully remind our friends to call at the office and , pay their accounts, as it is out of our power to give long: credit. i NOTiqE^Ta^CORBESEON DENTS. All communicdtioni[$f-t^*JdUrMlffmuat be ac6ompakteWivit)i-ihel'n'ahte of the writer, or they' it/ill not' be inserted. ? ,.y,?,,M o-ii* 'The Roaring Lion.' — There is a person in this toxon in the Jiabit of paying his daily visits to many of our Subscribers, be is not satis fied with visiting them on his own business, but wis7ies them to withdraw their na,mes from our subscription list. The party we allude to, ge nerally uses a substantial walking-stick, and walks rather fearfully, as though he was troubled- with bvnyans. Perhaps he may re collect the conversation he had last week at a certain place respecting our little Advocate. He must be careful, as he places himself in a most dangerous position. We certainly shall h'e under the necessity of putting this business into the hands of an able lawyer, if this systetn of '...

Publication Title: Bathurst Advocate
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Original Correspondence. To the Editor of THE BATHURST ADVOCATE, Macquarie Plains, Oct., 28, 1848. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 28 October 1848

(BviQiaal CffccesSptmtterece, To the Editor of Thb Bathubst Advocate, Macquarie Plains, Oct., 28, 1848. Sir, — In reading the letter in your last issue, headed ' Bathurst Hospital,' I am in clined to think, that, instead of ' Publicus' statin^ clearly and plainly the defects, mis management, unfair dealing under-board work ; the worthy Doctor's monopoly &c. '?Publicus' ' letter smells of the lamp, and seems to me to be intended as an attack on Doctor Busby, ' perhaps an insult,' if so, I am sure the subscribers will look at the same as unmerited, uncalled for, and altogether presumptuous in the Infant ' Pub licus,' not yet four years old. If the con stitution of the Institution vests the power in the Committee, and if that Committee delegate the right to act, to Doctor Busby, what is wrong in the Doctor's management. ' Publicus' ought to know that any sub scriber may pass a patient to his minister, and on his recommendation, will be ad mitted in the Hospital. If the laws of ...

Publication Title: Bathurst Advocate
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THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1848. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 28 October 1848

THE EATHMST ADYOCATE. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1S48. Ovk European intelligence is of the most distressing and alarming character. Europe, nevor to this hour, presented to the world a picture so afflicting. Great Britain for the present, enjoys a comparative security ; but The tide has so set in as to leave little ground for rational hope that she will escape. Her Colonies as part and parcel of her constitu tional system, stand in the same relation ship as the human hand to the heart — they are members of the body of which she is the fountain of political life. Of course, in the circulation of the system all her colo nies will be affected as she is, and just in proportion to the nature of their connexion. And, if New South Wales really be so im portant an appendage to the British Crown ns it has been so fully assumed, and so re ppntodly declared to be, we are presented with a ground upon which we may form a tolernbly correct judgment respecting the prospect which lies before us. (hi the...

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SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 28 October 1848

Saturday. Before J. T. Lane, Esq., J.P., and J. Bowler, Esq., J: P. Willi'aitfsMtfsbn,' {alias Simons,) Henry Mason, and James Poynter, were brought up for catttle stealing. John Moran, constable, deposed: that through information received from a gentle man on Monday evening last, he proceeded to Frederick's Valley, to a stock yard late in the occupation of William Mason,; found there was a beast slaughtered in the yard ; left a, man in charge, went to the hut and found some freshcaul; fat, a tonguey--liVer, and the tail, which correspondedr'with the colour and dimensions from where it was ctutYfrTbrrh iffie^'hidel ? Two other .witnesses ccM%b&rn^te-d;Tffiev'constables evidence—the 1rro!esl;6eitrg 'inspected, the initials of^W. Lawsori, Esq.,' were on it, viz., WL with J under, off rump. : Mr. Lawson's stock keeper positively swore to the brand being Mr.Laws'bh's. The prisoners being asked by the herich where they got the: oifal.:which was found in the hutj they could make n...

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To the Editor of THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. Noah's Ark, Oct., 23, 1848. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 28 October 1848

To the Editor of The Bathurst Advocate. Noah's Ark,. Oct., 23, 1848. iSfR,;— Will you allow me to ask, through Lthe Advocate, the folknving questions.1?- — ri.-i 1. Is human life of necessity, confined to ;-three-score years and ten,1?- .,??,-.-. it 2; vWhy should such men as old Thomas ?vParrv^be -prodigies of longevity .1 ; s^JBeing aware that you -nave many,, able .'.?contributors to the Advocate,, ^nd that, it; is easier to propose thanjto answer^- queries, I' 'will thank, some one, .or more of... them- to. give. the. above a consideration, and an ajanswec; r: /,;?? , v ?? '.-.-: ?.;.?---.?? '?'.. .-???' . ? ?.r-i ?»?»?:,.- ?? ^'-.-. ? .., --r;. : ? .Antediluvian.

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Later English H[?] [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 28 October 1848

Skater 'En&Iiz'fo 'S? e-srs, By the Irnfilgor which arrived on tho 24th instant, English news has been received to the 4th July, six days later than had pre viously come to hand. The English political news is unimpor tant. The support given by the Peel party had saved the Ministry from defeat on the West India question ; but the majority was the very narrow one of fifteen, in a house of upwards of five hundred members, the numbers being for going into Committee 260, against it 245. The Chancellor of the Exchequer's budget was more favourable .than was anti cipated ; as soon as it was found that the Government did not intend to borrow any money, the funds went up one per. cent., and had still a tendency upwards. There was a slight improvement in trade, and it appeared to be the general impression that the lowest point of depression had been arrived at, and that a revival had com menced. The report of the wool sales, however^ are very gloomy. ! ' Mr. Hume's reform motion stood...

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France. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 28 October 1848

France. Latkr accounts mention that the pistol shot supposed to have been fired by a partizan of Prince Louis Napoleon, turned out, upon inauirv, to have cone off by accident in the pocket of an officer of the National Guard. The disclosure of the simple fact immediately caused areaction in the assembly on Tuesday evening, .and ..the. decree of banishment against Prince Louis Napoleon, so nearly voted by acclamation on the preceding day, was rejected on a show of hands by a ma jority so large, that it was not deemed necessary to call for a division. It was re marked that M. M. Thiers, O'Dillon, Barrot, Douvergier, de Hauranne, Beryer, and almost all the former deputies voted for the admission of Prince Louis. The ultra Re publicans, likewise, almost all voted for him. This reverse so upset the executive govern ment that on Thursday they were about to demand a special vote of confidence from the assembly, when the reading of the following letter and inclosure again changed the tone o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 28 October 1848

THROUGHOUT THE GLOBE. HOEiZiOYTAY'S OIN70IEHT. ^£3 U It P R I S IN G C U R E OF ?gg) EH EUMATISM. '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 that she could not articitlate her words properly. I was advised to try Holloway's Pills and Ointment, which I 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.1* The ' Mofussulite ' Newspaper, published at Meerut, 7ias, on the 15th October, 1847, copied an article from the 'Benares Recorder,' of which the following is an Extract: — ' The Prince of Maharajah Bissonath Singh, who was temporarily residing at Chittercote, was sudde...

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Fort Phillip Election. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 28 October 1848

Port Phillip Election. Intelligence has been received of the result of the elections, and we are happy to say they issue in the return, by large majorities, nf fivp P-entlpmen resident in the district. The following is the result of the gross Poll, as far as it has been ascertained — M'Kinnon ? 239 Williamson ? 234 Dickson .............. 232 Palmer ? 226 Curr ? 189 Wellington ? 58 Palmerston ? 58 Brougham ? 58 Lord J. Russell ? 58 Sir 11. Peel ? 58 Mr. Macarthur ? 25 Majority for M'Kinnon . . 1 SI Majority for Curr ? 131 Plunder by a Bank Manager.— The manager of the branch bank of the Lincoln and Lindsey Banking Company, at Bria-p-, hns decamped, taking away with him, it is said, about £8000 of bank capital. The managers name is Sylvester. Dabbling in railway shares is said to have been his ruin. Five individuals in Boston gave security for him to the amount of £5000, which some of them will have to pay, under circum stances of peculiar hardship, if not utter ruin . — S(a m/urd Mar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 28 October 1848

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

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 28 October 1848

DOMESTIC MEDICINE. JT-I RAHAM'S (DR.) DOMESTIC MEDICINE, 'fjPf' A Popular Treatise, illustrating the Symptoms, Causes, and Correct Treatment of the Diseases incident to the Human Frame, with a copious collection, of approved Prescriptions, writ ten in a -simple style, intended as a Medical Guide for the use'bf Families and Invalids. 8vo. £1 Is. S INC LAI R'S CODE OF HEALTH AND LONGEVITY ; or, A View of the Rules and Principles Calculated for the Preservation of Health and Attainment of Long Life. 8yo. 10s. 6d. '.COMBES (DR,) PHYSIOLOGY OF DIGES TION, with Remarks on the Adaptation of Diet, to the Constitution, Age, Season, ^nd Mode of Life. I2mo. 3s.'Cd; ? : -COMBE'S -(DRl): PHYSIOLOGY, applied to the Preservation of; Health. 3s. (id. ? -'COLMAN^fAND PIDDINGTON, ,..;?- ^Booksellers; Stationers, and Printsellers, '.';.:.r~ c?: :485, George-street, . . ... ^Directly 'opposite the Barrack Gate. ??*_;:- ^?riV;' VfOOlM. ? ???-????'?- . ngrtW E ' UNDERSIG NED will purchase, ' for H ' Casf...

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IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 28 October 1848

IRELAND. Having many Irish friends,.who are staunch supporters of our Journal, (The Bathurst Advocate) it is by their request we have made the following extracts : — THE IRISH LEAGUE— MR. JOHN O'CONNELL AND THE CLUBS. fFrorn The Tablet of June 2i.J The Clubs are being rapidly organised ; are extending themselves throughout the land, and are beginning to excite in the minds of the partisans of English usurpation a very serious and not ill-founded alarm. What is doing in tlm respect may be learned from the last number of the Nation : — ' Dublin and its suburbs have now forty clubs. They average 300 members, making a total of about twelve thousand men accustomed to assemble once a week. The number of Clubs has doubled within the last three weeks ; it will probably be doubled again within a month. The county Dublin is in the course of organisation. In Cork the Repealers were accustomed to act in one central body. Within the last fortnight they have commenced the Club system, and it is s...

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Police Office. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 28 October 1848

Police , O£3oo. - „ Monday. . ;] -.Before the Police Magistrate, and p. M. :iryi:ng-,Esaji,;J;.P,v;.^.;,.,'ix hiT^^l : - * j_ *3enjamin-;'Hall was brought before^ the bench and charged with horse stealing, arid iJhe -Magistrates-gave -orders for him to be :;fo;r,\Yarded ,to Murrundi. ' « - :*U.. William John Henry, charged with bush rangingf. -with fire -arms, was committed for ;trial.; - :; -'..... .v :.,_?.....,. . .: : ?.?? .;?;:? ' . TUESDAY. ?Malachi Ryan, John Beety, and Ann Earl, were fined ten shillings each for drunkenness., . ? . , -. Wkdnesday. Before the Police Magistrate, and C. H. Green Esq., J.P. ? ' Henry Dyer pleaded guilty to the charge of drunkenness ana fighting, and was fined ten shillings, or twenty -four hours in the cells, Frederick Donnelly pleaded guilty to the charge of drunkenness, and was fined fifteen shillings, or twenty -four hours in the cells. Summons List.. The only case on the list for this day, was Wilde v. Smith, a case of harbouring a hired ser...

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BLACKMAN'S SWAMP. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 28 October 1848

BLACKMAN'S SWAMP (From our Correspondent. ) Wednesday, Oct., 18.— CATTLE STEAL ING — A gentleman of respectability came to the police station, and informed constable Moran, who was the only constable present ; that he was told that certain persons of dis repute, were out some days after fat cattle for slaughtering, which were not their own property. The constable proceeded forth with to Frederick's Valley' assisted ,by the informant— the night was wet and very   dark, however, they made out the stock yard they had the suspicion on, and found the two hind quarters of a fat beast sus pended from a gallows touching the ground. The constable on entering the place made a search for the hide, which he found on the ground, spread out, under the beef. Thinking the other two quarters of beef were carried off, he made no delay in going to the next hut, leaving a man at the yard, with orders if any one should come for the beef, to take them prisoners. On coming to the hut, and get...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 28 October 1848

SltCpptitff JEutclltcrertce. ARRIVALS. October 18. Clarence, schooner, Capt. Burtj from Liumct'Ston the 12th instant. 20. Belle, American barque, Capt. Handy, from Ihc Whalinir Grounds. Left Fan-haven 10th Dec. 1844, and Sydney the 3rd October, 1817. 20. Phoenix, steamer, 108 tons, Capt. Wiseman, from the Clarence River the 18th instant. 21. Anonyme, French Missionary brig1, Capt. Rabalhiud , from Anatam the 7th instant. 21. Marian 'Watson, schooner, Capt. Rule, from Erromangsi the 3rd instant. 21. Champion, schooner, Capt. Collas, from .Moreton Bay the 4th instant. 24.. Trafalgar, barque, Capt. Wright, from Lon having left Gravesend tho 4th, and the Downs the 5th of July. 24. Munford, schooner, Capt. Hayle, from Ho bart Town the 14th instant. 24. John Bull, schooner, Capt. Robinson, from llobart Town the 13th instant. ? Velocity, schooner, Capt. M'Veigh, from Mel bourne the 19th. 25. Shamrock, steamer, Capt. Gilmore, from Launceston the 10th, Melbourne the 21st, and Eden, Twofold B...

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

TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Arc 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, O'Connell Plains. Mr. S. MEYER, Carcoar. Mr. J. MO RAN,...

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Original Poetry. THE LATELY PROMULGATED LAND REGULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 4 November 1848

Original Poetry. THE LATELY PROMULGATED LAND REGULATIONS. Comb muster ye true meni and make a firm stand Ere our land is enslaved by the Patriot Band ; They want it all,' all, in- their own sateless grasp, Their measures are smooth but insidious — they suck like the asp. Tho' the iikase is come from the Downing-street Lord ?? The germ of the measure, the Associat's record, 'Twas fined and prepar'd in the Chosen's retort, 'Twas burnished, improved, in hand-grievance report. No room for the poor man, no place for him here, He views his lost home thro' the fast gathering tear; He looks on his children — 'he feels they are sold To the Lords of broad acres, the vot'ries of gold. The men of six -forty are calling away, Away ye small settlers, gone by is your day ; We claim by pre-emption all, all, that you've done. Your snug little farm-steads, your home and your run. 'Tis true, we'd your grain, at a moderate cost For a while in our folly, our interest was lost — But now we're the growers...

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Settlers' Wholesale Price Current. SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 4 November 1848

Settlers' Wholesale Price Current. SYDNEY. ?Wheat. — This market keeps very inactive ; sales are dull, and holders of Van Diemen's Land sam ples are asking from 4s. 6d. to 4s. 9d..per bushel. Flour. — Fine, £11 ; seconds, £9. Maize fluctuates daily, and the supply very plentiful : no fixed price can be quoted, sales hav ing been eflected at from- lOd. to 14d. for good sound samples ; inferior samples much lower. Barley. — None. Oats. — Dull in sale. Hay.— Good compressed Van Diemen's Land is fetching about £5 per ton ; sales limited. Butter. — Good butter is scarce, and in demand. Cheese. — Scarce and in demand, for best samples at from 3d. to 4d. per lb. Bacon and Hams. — Well cured, and properly cut, will realise about 4d. per lb. Eggs. — Very plentiful, and worth 5d. to Gd. per dozen. Fat Pigs. — Very plentiful, and prices low. Calves vary from 10s. to lGs. each. Fat Cattle. — Worth about 50s. to 60s. per head. Fat Sheep are in demand ; heavy and prime ones are fetching good pric...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 4 November 1848

Shipping &nixft(ptnct. ARRIVAIiS:1 a ' October 25. Freak; brig; '-CapriiWmiatnVtfronvi Adelaide the 14th instant. f.-i f iMlVt O ». j j 25. William, schooner,' Ca'pt'.' Freebuin, from Hobart Town the 13th ultimo;,*.' . 25. Dorset, brig, Capt^Walsli/from^ Adelaide;, the 13th ultimo. ' ?- ;i'-' ?'? ? *«-»»«^-'--- 25. Eliza Moore, barque;; Gapt,*Aahbridge, from London, having left the Downs the 17tli June. 25. Thomas Fieldeh, barque/ ,Capt.* Huntress, from Port Phillip the 16th ultim^1' ? ~ w;-il ; ' October 25. Rosetta, Captain' Winchester, from Circular Head the 13th ultimor ' ' j 25. Phamtom, brig, Captain Fox, from Adelaide 17th October. 26. Elizabeth Jane, schooner, Capt. Stericker, from Moreton Bay, the 20th ultimo. 2G. Isabella Hercus, ship, Capt. Houston, from HobartTown the 18th ultimo. 27. Kingston, barque, Capt. Harwood, from Newcastle the 24th instant. ; ? DEPARTURES. October 25. Victory, barque, Capt. Mullens, for Hongkong, in ballast. 25. Orion, American ship, Cap...

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News of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 4 November 1848

News of the Week. ('From The Spectator, July \.J The great thunder-cloud of war which had. been hanging so long over Paris burst at last: the storm is over for the time..:- and Paris, shattered, bloodstained,! {disgraced — its government swept away in the hurricane — reawakens to 'some hope '-!of 'safety under the shield ofa .military dictator. .h .,Neverhas so. great a 'war been compressed' 'into so small a compass both of space and time; few military engagements can vie with, the slaughter that Paris, self decimated, has achieved within its own walls, and within1 four' days. The precise aim of the revolt, if it had one, is not yet known. To beat off the suppression of the national workshops was the proximate purpose ; possibly also to set iup a government; that would not suppress the workshops, was an ulterior aim ; and there can be little doubt that UltraRe publicans, Legitimists.'.and Imperialists, were among-' the: fighters,1-:. speculating on oppor tunities. The result of. the...

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