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Carcoar. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 4 November 1848

Carcoar. (From our Correspondeiit.) Ensuing Races. — A few of the inhabitants of. this town having formed themselves into a com mittee for the purpose of ^carrying out the ensuing Races, waited upon Thomas Icely, Esq., to grant them a Race Course upon his estate, which was kindly acceded to, by giving a beautiful spot of. land about three miles from the town ; he also pro mised the committee his best support, and very handsomely headed the Subscription List with Ten Pounds. ?' . Inquest. — An inquest was held at the Court House, before Samuel North, Esq., (Coroner) upon . the body of William Cox, deceased, who died sud denly on the evening of the 23rd proximo. Seve ral witnesses were examined, from whom no evi dence could be elicited to satisfy the jury, in coming to a verdict. The. Coroner ordered an ad journment, to enable Dr. Machattie to make a post mortem examination. The Jury met again on Monday,' when Dr^v Machattie's certificate wa3 read. Verdict— Died by the visitation of,G...

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The Chartist Prisoners. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 4 November 1848

The Chartist Prisoners. The trials of the Chartist prisoners will take place early in the ensuing week, at the Central Criminal Court, Old Bailey. Against' Ernest' C. Jones there is one indictment, containing three counts, in which he is charged with ' seditious speaking,' 'un- lawful assembly,' and ' riot' at the Chartist meeting held at Bishop Bonner's-field's, Bethnel-green on the 4th June last. Mr. Serjeant Wilkins and Mr. Clarkson are. the counsel engaged in his behalf. Joseph L. J. Fussell, in one indictment, containing eight counts, is charged, in six, for seditious speaking ; in one, for unlawful assembly ; and in one, for riot at the Clerkenwell-green meeting of the Chartists on the 29th May last. Mr. Serjeant Allen, together with Mr. Huddleston, will appear to defend him. Alexander Sharpe is charged, in an indict ment of four counts, for sedition, unlawful assembly, and riot, at the meeting on Clerkenwell-green, on the 26th of May, and in another indictment, of five counts...

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English News. NEW SOUTH WALES. HOUSE OF COMMONS—JUNE 3. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 4 November 1848

English Hews. NEW SOUTH WALES. House of Commons. — Junk 3. Mk. Bcott asked whether a despatch had been addressed by Earl Grey to the Gover nor of New South Wales having reference to a new constitution for that colony, and if so, whether there was any objection to its being laid before parliament ? Mr. Hawes said that, in course of last year, such a despatch had been addressed to the Governor of. New.. South Wales, but it merely suggested that the opinion and advice of the colonists should be obtained. The Governor had published it in the Govern ment Gazette, and it had been made gene rally known. The opinion of the colonists had been thus obtained ; and it would be extremely inconvenient now to lay that despatch on the table of the house, as its whole object was accomplished. No in tention was conveyed of establishing any constitution. A. great deal of valuable in formation had been obtained, by which the government would be guided in laying on the table of the house, at some future...

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

FAMED THROUGHOUT the WORLD: HOLLOWAY'S PILLS. A CASE OF DROPSY. Extract of a Letter from Mr. William, Gardner, of llanginy Houghton, Northamptonshire, dated September 14:th, 1817. To Professor Holloway. Sir, — I before informed you that my wife had been tapped three times for the Dropsy, but by the blessing of God upon your Pills, and her persever ance in taking them, the water has now been kept off 18 months by their means, which is a great mercy. (Signed) WILLIAM GARDNER. DISORDER OF THE LIVER AND KIDNEYS. Extract of a Letter, from Mr. J. K. Ileydon, dated 78, King Street, Sydney, the 30i/* Sept. 1847. To Professor Holloway. Sir, — I have the. pleasure to inform you that, Stuart A. Donaldson, Esq., an eminent Merchant, and also a Magistrate of this Town, called on me on the 18th instant, and purchased your medicines io the amount of Fourteen Pounds to be forwarded to his Sheep Stations in New England. Ho stated thatohe.pf his Overseers had come to Sydney some time previously for m...

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Police Office. SATURDAY, 28TH ULTIMO. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 4 November 1848

Police Office. ? Saturday, 2Sth Ultimo. Before the Police Magistrate. Charlotte Gregory, was charged with drunkenness and sentenced to pay a fine of forty shillings, or, seventy two hours in the cells on bread and water. Wednesday. Before the Police Magistrate, and George Rankin, Esq.. J.P. . jMicha'er K&j^ ivere ' sentencejT^oAp'ayf 'tOs.'.' ea^^o^h^locke^'; up for twenty-four^ hours, ^o^ drunk: 4'ndy;.:'.' disorderly conduct. ''* ^iiio^ no bm\ '?juV-» -^ Charlotte1 'Gregory', made h'erap]pearance - l before the b'enclv again, .audits %et greyious^ ' punishments had not been1 .ejfgptuaii in.prdr.!; ducing any reformation, she ivvasjsentericed ?--.- by the bench to fourteen days''inrgadly;that7:' she may enjoy the syveeW'^pf^bread afrd1'' water for a time., , ,.. '\ ',,^. ?',.,'',„',''.' '.^/''T'-'l ?„.?;''; Thursday             Before the Police Magistrate.     Edward Ewe...

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Original correspondence. LAWS, MANNERS, AND RELIGION OF THE ABORIGINES. To the Editor of The BATHURST ADVOCATE. Bathurst, Oct. 19, 1848. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 4 November 1848

Original Correspondence LAWS, MANNERS, AND RELIGION OF THE ABORIGINES. To the Editor of The Bathurst Advocate. Bathurst, Oct. 19, 1848. Sir, — As I had occasion to travel a short time since, with a well informed native black of the colony, I gathered from him in the course of our journey, the undermentioned statements regarding the Laws, Manners, and Religion of his countrymen, which are strictly observed by them. In the first place, I wish it to be understood, that the gins and children are kept in perfect ignor ance of all these customs, with the excep tion of their law respecting the King, which I shall first endeavour to describe, as well as my memory will bear me out, as I had not any conveniences for noting any of the particulars as they were related to me. The King, is hereditary so long as any of his relations exist of the male sex, no female being allowed to receive that title or honor. When the King dies, or is killed in battle, his throne, or rather power, descends to his...

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Impounded. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 4 November 1848

Impounded, At BLACKMAN'S SWAMP Pound, on the 14th day of October 1848, from the estate of Francis Lord, Blackman's Swamp : — One bay entire colt, branded under the saddle near side, BOYD, off off, side 5, over 5, 14 hunds high. From the Estate of Thomas Raine, Frederick's Valley : — One grey mare, branded X under the saddle near side, aged, 15 hands high. One bay horse, branded- on the neck near side apparently SOE, branded under the saddle near side not legible, on off neck apparently R near hind foot white, star in the forehead, aged, 15£ hands high. If the above mentioned horses is not released on or before the 17th of November, they will be sold according to Act of Council. John Wright, Pound keeper. 11s. 6d. At HARTLEY, on the 21st day of October, 1848 from Mr. Bloodsworth, Blackheath : —One black colt, long tail, brand near shoulder, that of a horse shoe or C in circle, white feet and face, about three years old, damages 2s. Will be sold on the 10th November. James M'Cay, Poun...

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

; 'Sales by; Auction. -« trn-' ]..:'..,.-, ,??;.-,-.-.:. iW,eels.ly oSale. ;;-'--..yr-;?o7- ? Will Snif.by Auction, 'at -their Roams, on WIJD - N'ESDAYNliXT, the 8th Instant, at Twelve '. ; ''o'Clock precisely, '; ' ':'; '-??? '''??'??''? '?' '??i- :-:ai '«'?? yjara WENT Y DOZEN S H E E P, S H E A' RS i it. T WELVE DO Z E N1 TlircR-bustipl7 Bags ; Thirty Sides Sole Leather. One Hundred Print Dresses, 9 yards each; Shepherd's Coats, 'Counterpanes, Rugs. Shirts; Elates, Dishes, Tum blers, Wine-glasses; Handsome Sidoboanl ; Ditlo Hair Sofa ; Ditto Chest of Drawers, large1 size, Sydney maker ; Plough and Pole Dray. '??'? * :: '???? Together with a variety of articles, s ??;.? Terms — CASH', on delivery. ?+??..:-?.? ..-..?'?* ELIGIBLE INVESTMENT' FOR MONEY/ ?? Messrs. S'ZiOafflAM-' du}':iA3SJS:-^y'. Have received instructions to submit to Public Competition, on MONDAY, December the -4th, at Arthur's Inn, one. o'clock,. .-. ....... The, following, Valuable- Properties in the Township; of....

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

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS.   All communications for this Journal must be accompanied with the name of the writer, or they will not be inserted: "TRAMROAD AND RAILWAY COMPANY'S PROS-   PECTUS" came too late for this week's publica- tion; it will be attended to in our next.

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THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1848. Colonial Expenditure. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 4 November 1848

THE MTBMST ADVOCATE. SATURDAYi NOVEMBER 4, 1S48. Colonial Expenditure. ('From The Morning Chronicle, June 21. J Whilb civil war isiragingoin a .capital at twelvehours' distance from' our own; while a Ministerial crisis^is impe'ndjngrajt;j-liome, while the questiod^brParUa^^^ remains undecided, and whjle.§lL^herworld is looking to the next six weeks;with a.^ort of last hope that some. «par£at;Ateast of the arrears due upon the session may be cleared off (a hope that is fast yere-ing 'tb'despair), there seems butiittle ' chance of^irjcting public attention to .an ^abstract] resolution on an almost unkown subject. ,'.Yet-the.- motion which Sir William MoLESwoRTH.cis; to make to-night«- possesses' claims4,- -which sooner or later, mustbe^heard, and1 which, even now, wise and thoughtful men will en tertain with deep interest /and lively hope. It is as follows : -.?'?' That it is the opinion of the house that the colonial expenditure is excessive, and ought to be diminished ; and that wit...

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Attempted Assassination of an Ambassador. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 4 November 1848

Attempted Assassination of an Ambassador. The Courier cT Athines, of the 9th of May contains the following account of an attempt to murder M. Mussurus, the Turkish am bassador at the court of Greece : — A de plorable event has just occurred, to add to the sad picture which Greece now presents. In the afternoon of the 5th, M. Mussurua was in the cabinet with his wife, when one of the servants of the embassy entered sud denly and fired a pistol at him. The minis ter raised his arm to protect his head, and received the discharge in his elbow. The assassin fled immediately, crying, ' Long1 live Greece! I have killed the tyrant!!' But he was arrested in the street, and lodged in prison. His name is Apostoli Nadir, a native of Constantinople, and twenty-five years of age. It is said that be had no personal resentment against M. Mussurus, who had, in fact, always treated him with great kindness, and his crime ia generally ascribed to political fanaticism. The wound of M. Mussnrus was insta...

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IRELAND. ADDRESS of the Irish Confederation to tho Citizens of the French Republic. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 4 November 1848

I E S L ik N D. ASSELBSS of the Erisli Confederation to the Citizens of the French Republic. (From The Cork Constitution.^ Illustrious Citizens, — Permit us to offer to you such congratulations as people still suffering under servitude may, without re proach, testify to a nation which has nobly vindicated its own liberties. We conerratu late you upon the downfall of a tyranny, elaborately . constructed with consummate ait,' but which has been prostrated in a mo ment by your chivalrous enthusiasm. We know not whether most to admire your fiery volour in the hour of trial, or your sublime forbearance in the moment of success. You have respected religion, and God has there fore blessed youi work. Your heroism has taught enslavened nations that emancipation ever awaits those who dare to achieve it by their own intrepidity. By your firm main tenance of public order, you have proved that true liberty claims no kindred with spoliation and anarchy; We hail you hence forth as arbiters of the ...

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Hartley. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 4 November 1848

Hartley.     Accidents. — An accident of a very ; serious     nature occurred on Saturday last, 29th ultimo, a short distance from Hartley. A Mr. Lester, re-     siding at the Rocks , found it necessary to come     thus far down the country to meet his teams, on   their return from Sydney After, having found   them a short distance from this place, he was re turning late in the night to Mr, Mylecarane's house   at Hassan's Walls, when by some means he got out of the road and wandered through the bush behind Mr. M.'s. — Nearly a mile and a half in the rear of the house there is a most dangerous gully, the banks of which shoot abruptly up to the height of   nearly 150 feet — rocky, broken, and precipitous.   Along the edge of the chasm there is a narrow and   slippery path, worn by the wild cattle, a hill ...

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IRELAND. ARREST OF MR. T.. F. MEAGHER. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 11 November 1848

X TL E L i A IT X-. (From Thb Times Correspondent, Dublin, ; July, 12.) ARREST OF MR. T.. F. MEAOHER. Aftbr Mr. John Mitchell, the most danger ous, because most sincere, of the apostles of treason, Mr. Thomas Francis Meagher, has been made amenable to justice. This gentleman, you are aware, was ion the eve of his departure for America; on 'a mission of importance as regarded the political con dition of Ireland,' and had: proceeded as far as Waterford, his native city, where his apprehension was effected yesterday. He arrived this morning at the King's Bridge terminus of the Great Southern and Western Railway in the custody of the police, and at 1, o'clock this day he was brought before Messrs. : Tyndall and Wyse, the sitting magistrates at College-street police-office, -'? ?---'-?—-?? ^ - ^laiit.at %? .it o,i«. . s.-i ?'..3v -;.::.i.r. on 'a warrant issued. ...by aMr. lirown.'.a 'stipenUiary rn^gi^traleop^ On .; inffijtxia a^jp n s |cli a fgin gr' hi m '. w i th ' h a vi n g uttered...

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Police Office. MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 11 November 1848

.'?^pbHee^ Office. ' £\-r-. v.9ddA i^M^Ni^y^:^'-. Before thetfPolice, Magistrate. -:^i- -hsu'. : . MichafePpWSn.^nd ifa tie Rp'Serts'.; pleaded guilty tc^^^g^^^ were fined ten shillings each',' or twenty. Williaptifid uQLpm^ ^ftfy J-r°ug]»trup,9n the same charg^jiapdfaa^hjs.-waa.markedras the fourth offeAce^hejwast;,8entenced tp dp'pen ance in thejceiia.'fp4i;;iou^teenday8..: JosepU'Gbuse'riSf 'for- tne third time pleaded guilty to' the Vame'charge, arid was sen tenced to pay 'tf'fihte bf'twenty'shilling8,: or 8eventy-tworhduf8'ih1th'e'oell8r' ?' Bridget' M'Cburt Was5 Sentenced to hard labour, in the gaol for twentyi four days, as a common prostitute, drunkard &c. ,'.,:',,',??..',...' ? '''.^.TUKSDAY. ?Bridget Downes, and Thomas North, paid tea shillings each, and were discharged. Wednesday. Before the Pblice Magistrate. James, .Templar, ? and, , ^ .Mary O'Connor, pleaded guilty to tbe. charge of drunkenness, and were fined ten .shillings each , or twen ty- four hou^ain the....

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Reading the Bible a Felony. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 11 November 1848

~ BLeading' thei' Bible ~'ar TPetony. ~ y$roni ifo Toronto Clutch, 'ApriWMj Hi T^ERK; is ?'sp.mething^so'Vih'ferudl^'in'sfn1^ following trahsactibn.Vth'at' as 'rnerttDera''(of'! trie, great family ?'^for^'whom Eraa'nu61'l'shl4d'' his blood, we are ' cbristrai'ned to recprd^oQf^ abhorring protest against if f' ! ' :-n' -u;\ no - In August last, Martha ' Christianu was tried before the Court ;bfCbmmo'rinPlehs,* Wood county, Virginia^ for1 a'! crime the riaturer of which mav be best described in the words of the indictment. ;? v V- Wood County, to wit. — The Grand Jurors; empannelled and sworn to enquire of offences committed, in the body of the said county, on their oath present: That Martha Christian, late of said county, being an evil disposed person, on the 4th day of July, in the year of our blessed Lord one thousand eight hundreda nd forty-seven, at Righteous Ride in said county, not having the fear of God before her eyes, but moved and insti gated by the Devil, wickedly, malicio...

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THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1848. LATER EUROPEAN NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 11 November 1848

THE EATHURST ADYOO^E; S ATUB.D ^ NOVEMBER /.l'lf ri. 848. .. LATER EUROPEAN NEWS. By the arrival of ihe'emigrantship Emperor,. we have^newSj totf ilve :23r^ July,' a .fortnight later than -had.previousiy, been received- The roost' important intelligence is the approaching rebellibtfiri Ireland. Mr.; Duffy and Mr. MA.RTiN.had been committed to take their trials, for.felony,,and,Mr. Meag hbr for sedition. .The, Clubs had publicly declared their intention to. attempt to rescue Duffy jfhe should be. found 'guilty, and that was to be the signal for a general in surrection. The Government were pre paring to meet this emergency, and had brought in a Bill to suspend the Habeas Corpus Act. The military force in Ireland was being strengthened, .and there was no doubt that the rebellion would be instantly crushed, but the loss of life would be terrific. The state of France hads not dm proved. There had been no outbreak, ^ut the feeling .that. -they, were under 'a military government was eviden...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 11 November 1848

Died,             On Thursday afternoon, November the 2nd, at the residence of Mr. Thomas Kite, No. 170, Pitt Street, Sydney, Mr. James Bray, late of Bathurst, aged thirty-eight years, after a long and painful illness, leaving a wife and four children to la-   ment their loss.        

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 11 November 1848

^ \t Sale1. ' TBJjjrn AiictliifLi 0 r4 ' , . ELIGiBt^lt^ES^Mfe^'^Ott MO^E'f . r Have received instructions 'to 'submit, to .Public , rCompe-ItipjiV 'or^ MOlSr,Dii1f ,rtfecembei-' th'e 54tli , ;' at 'Arthur's Inn', one o'clock, t ..... The following ValiiaDle jPrb'perti^s. ia the Township ?'''?????' of Bathurst, y'lzl,:^ ' : fiffHE COTTAGE and HALF-ACRE ALLbT .JH_ MENT of GROUND, situate in George Street, opposite. Messrs. Syer Brothers' Steam Mill and Extensive' Stores, ' ,nb'w in the occu pation of .Mr.'HAN3ARD.. , The.pottage is substarir tial,'., built! of. brick j containing four comfortable fpb'msV with detached kitchen and store, all; shin gled,*; a. well.of water, and securely fenced in with a paling fence. -s;»-.V'V.r -?-.'.??;?'; -also.. .-,????? .:. ? AN:: HALF- ACRE ALLOTMENT of. GROUND, in Russell Street, in the immediate proximity of the Square, Court-House, Church, &c, being Section 13 of Block 7, and on which is erected' a brick building/ shingled, containing,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 11 November 1848

To be Xiet. : ? ' ? '' 1 ?wni3.rt'««l ,.JqaJ ^'anooai * ;; : ; Apply, to, MR. HENRY PERRIER.^ a 7^7771 ^ to LET. ? r ' 'fWn n EH 6' U^S E-'atiSve'- afJ.J3: H^Bur'Sjsides' i itHL ??'?'?St.ore, -/PrUrham Strect^and Commodious Premises; cbrisis'tirig of Fiy^Kobrns.'.use'of'lCitchen, * '* and Stable,, if required. Apply to ,. I ;..'.;''(Ci '-??'' * ? !Oij6'hn» h^burnsidl, - Bathurst, Nov._HL1848. l-:'!ZMJfctin&ersiT£B2i :th&; *Marlcet. ?»; r ? -.- TOTOTtC'E'.IS iH-EyR'EBrY^ GIVEN, -That ':rm '?' Sealed Tender^ for the Erection of TWO WEATHER-BOARDED SHEDS for THE MARKET ,,.nndr}alsq!Jor1TFencingk ia the^Ground allotted' Ifor-'TH^^&IMtpi^win;,^ re-. ceivedi,by,/sthe Uridefsigned; until Tyelve'd:,Clock bn-;a1pSD'AY,ntllgtF.pi f,0ece'r|Ber.^xt,,;to be marked ;'VTENDps'#^^HK^' ^,; -''.V '. ,?',', . Plans iand\Spocificati'ons ofllie's^mb tp be seen''.' at MrUPatrick White's; 'or r'SvithrtViot ^-!^ -*».*'-™^. Com^ioneg|po^A TgilllHTA^ Wl, TURNITVRE WABEKOUSE. f, } ,,r ...

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