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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 25 November 1848

TBBMI OF SUBSOEIETION. ? Are Six Shillings per Quarter; -payable in advanca. Single number*', Sixpence.^ : :r ' c The Quarters end :ohi the? last -Saturdays in March- : June, September, and December, and on which, dates only can resignations be received, which must . ? be accompanied by payment of all money's due! TBRMB FOB ADVERTISEMENTS. ' , For the first inch,' one insertion, Tlhree Shillings. ;;: ,-.o, For each additional inch, One Shilling. , .; ..,v, , ,, For future, insertions, Half-price.. , ' ; '? ''? „' ^: ., The number of times to be published mu^tbewritteii'' ' on the face of the. manuscript, or the-adyertisemeht»i-' will be continued till countermanded.,.. Ther.fljnpunt,. must be paid previous to the insertion qf.an ad,y.er|ise-:,;. ment, which must beseiitbefore two b'cj^ck'prf 'Friday' ' afternoon, and all orders,. to ^withdraw, ' nbt;latbr -than ' ~ two o'clock on THursday afternoon, or* they cannot ' be attended to. :,.:';.:...;-' ... .;. , ,.:.-' --??'?? '?? -':' '...

Publication Title: Bathurst Advocate
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New Discovery for Treating Deafness. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 25 November 1848

^^ew?;3^^^e^''-|^iV*reatinis- ? '''?' ? '?,.,:;.:. i,,+r Deafness* ::??:?? ,V:--;-.--. .? Among thefew things, which have defied the ? medical art and' its practitipheta; none have been so invincibly, incurable! as ; case* of deaf- ; y ness induced by perforations of .tbe;lm,ein'-V.V; ; brane of the driiai of the ear.; Mr.'Yearsleyi - however, profiting by a^slight ^iid 'trnperfect ? ' hint, has made at^alaablei discover^ on this^^; ? subject, which will ]6ng. render his nania r° remarkable. The first faint heiha'd tbwardi ? Ul this discovery was from a deaf patient, whb7'v had resorted to hin)t froni' America, arid irho- ; ? ;. occasionally Bucceeded .iff 'T-piening the^ap';iv '' tba great iricreasie '.of heating'* 'by inserting :i a spill ofipaper;Lmoi8tened;with Baliva; into the ear as far bb the raeatus. We now let Mr Yearsiey1 speak for himself ;l we qiibte froos the Xanee/:—' Such an interesting fact could not fail to excite my attentibn, and it natu rally occurred to me to tr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 25 November 1848

T*Q^MW4&&&8¥ SALE \iM&f\({tnywMeatcme in the Globe. ndwfimtfY*^ ointment. .?.,-. ; ' v- ?-*-? v-.;V-f ,: '^Molong, Sept.25, 1848. ' To :Mrv Jv^H«syaon. ' '?. , f'Sl(i-Fl lOWp tt'dfebfr of.igratitude to Professor Hollowly; for: niy^lmOSt^iraculQUS cure, : after seven years o£ suffer ing i'caiisifid by exposure to wet and cold, and thefunflue use :of-MercifriaV Medicines.' When I first corfimenced to «Be; the Pills' and Ointment, I had thirty-five' ulcers ton my body, and a constant head ache, and; pains vail byer me. My throat had got so »ffe'ctedl:that 'I/wais obliged at last to live entirely on gruel. VHaying spent upwards of two hundred pounds in medicinVarid medical advice to no purpose, except that of making me worse, I tried Holloway's Pills and Ointment;! by; means ;pf, which, and the blessing of God, I am' now in the enjoyment of excellent health. My feeling for others similarly circumstanced, as well as my gratitude tb Mr. Holloway , compels m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 25 November 1848

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS   All communications for this journal must be accom- panied with the name of the writer, or they will not be inserted.        

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 2 December 1848

TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. Are Six Shillings per Quarter, payable in advance. Single numbers, Sixpence. The Quarters end on the last Saturdaiys in March, June, September, and December, and on which dates only can resignations be received, which must be accompanied by payment of all money's due. TERMS JPOR ADVERTISEMENTS. ' For the first inch, 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 countermanded. The amount must be paid previous to the insertion of an advertise ment, 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. MORAN, Blacfonan'...

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Mrs. Bushelle. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 2 December 1848

Mrs. Bushelle. The following is extracted from the Musical World. 'Exeter Hall. — Haydn's Oratio, The Creation, was performed on Thursday evening by the Harmonic Society. The performance was in every degree excellent. The great no velty of the evening was the appearance of Miss Wallace, sister to the popular composer, Vin cent Wallace, who made a decided hit. This young lady has been for some years in Austral ! where she created an extraordinary sensation, singing in all the favourite operas of the mo dern school. We are not much inclined to sub scribe* to transatlantic opinions on the, merits of anfaytist ; we must, however5,' acknowledge th'e' truth' 'of the American ! reports in the pre senfinstancer'Miss' Wallace is- really a true artist', - She has a) splendid1 ^soprano voice, clear, brilliant,' powerful1 arid flexible, arid sings with irreproachable taste and judgment. Her voice, too, has considerable compass, and may be said to unite the two registers of soprano and mezzo sop...

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Declaration of the American Irish against England. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 2 December 1848

Declaration of tne American Irish against England. Thb steam-ship Britannia has arrived from Halifax and New York, with one weeks, later intelligence, extending to the 5th July. The Irish sympathy meetings, of which pre vious mention has been made, have of late assumed such a form of daring insanity as to call forth from the well disposed portion of the press a protest demanding government inter ference. One of these assemblages, at which 20.000 persons are said to have been present, was held in the neighbourhood of New York city. The Irish Brigade marched from the Shak speare Hotel (their head-quarters) in military style to the ground. The procession arrived at the ground, saluted by several rounds of artil lery.. The Brigade, bore several flags in the procession, one of which was white, orange, and green, streaming from a huge Irish pike, and attracted general notice. At four o'clock the immense multitude was called to order, Major Short in the chair. Mr. Moony then said, they had...

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Impoundings. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 2 December 1848

.v:/i-Ix^ppun4togs.t.!.-i!i ??? ?; '? Hartley.— On .tfiei lOth'.dayoof-'JNovember, 1848, from the M-'dlaw. i Gullysw *;Bay .mare,1 snipe half way down tqe v lace,. an '. indescribable -f brand on the olF shoulder, switli :tan,'aged;.'da'mages i- 15s; I- Bay horse foal, star on;the.face, unbraiidedr If not claimed, they will be soldi according to. Act of ./Council. J. M'Kay, Poundkeeper. ?-'!'??? :: ;v .^omn;i .' ?? ? O'CoNXELLPLAiNS.-^On the 8th of November, 1848, from the estate of J;W. Lpwe.Esq., J.P. : Yellow cow, (with strawberry calf by her side,) an indistinct brand on the near rump ; damages 6d. Red and white steer, no visible brand ; damages 6d. Red steer, no visible brand, muzzle in nose and little white on belly and tail ; damages 6. White and yellow heifer, no visible brand ; damages 6d. Also, on the 9th of No vember :— Bay mare, N on off shoulder, black points, long tail, and very small star in forehead. If not re leased they will bo sold on the 2nd December, 1848. , J. ...

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Police Office. SATURDAY, 25TH NOVEMBER.—Before the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 2 December 1848

,.;-^itoltae-oj©fSce- iy SATukiUY/'^TH'Wv'E^^^^ ' James ;Brady Hfas 'appr 0hehde[d by jthe police' and; changed 'with ?iiot reporii'n'g himself 'under the provision's fo^thev'Vag'raLhf &cS ;v ttie case was ' fully !:pv6ved7'ia'nd He' was ' sentenced to fourteen days^hard 'liibour in'B'ath'ursi'gaol. ' ?'' John .^rmsfcfong 'waff' chaVged 'with' furious riding;m: tKe; ! sfreejs ' 'of BatHurst, lie1 'pleaded guiltyy and fwail fitted 'two' pound's and costs' ;' this':'man is between sixty and 'seventy years of age, arid being 'Half seas over,' was en joying himself by displaying his horsemanship, to the great danger of the public and himself, coming neai; Col. Mo rrisett, whom he nearly knocked down, and who immediately gave him in charge. ' ' ' . , Matthew Head, was charged with rescuing a prisoner, and being found guilty, was fined *20k arid 5s. arid 6d. costs. ' James Davis was committed to take his trial forjstealing some bullock bows, from the yard of Messrs. Syer arid Co. ...

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IRELAND. Great Meeting on the Mountain of Slievenamon. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 2 December 1848

K B..B-.»jAfMf3b-ii;-;) Great/ Meeting' on tjhe jJR^un&ai&'jOf ; . ./: , Slievenamori. '-' ?' ..;!'! ,j!,.V. '?-' ?'-,'.' I Form The Limerick Reporter.) About half-past twelve olclpqk,:; a.n immense cavalcade set out for theiaountaia.qfjSiievena-! xnon. ; Besides a long line of cars there were a great number of horsemen, and the roads and fields were black with pedestrians, such as could, only be met with in Tipperary, fellows who -jould keep running the entire, way before the cars such a boiling day. A splendid band, hand ?soraely dressed, found a place in the procession. Mr. Doheney was mounted on a charger and -wore the uniform of the '82 Club. At every ?village and hamlet he was cheered and congra tulated. -. Mr. Meagher, who was distinguished by a beautiful green cap, and was also mounted, ?shared the cheers of the peasantry . On reach ing Fethard, an ancient castellated and walled town, the procession was augmented by large reinforcements. It is just half a cen...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 2 December 1848

; ;;?:';^--;;;;,T1O-SSS;.S;Q2VD,v ? ? '.?' TiL'.-.- ..?:? ,r; MAT ,'..-.i! o: -:?:?:' ;; - mTMSERi:»Sffl:OUSE, ' WILLTAM'STREET-v'B AT HURST, ? ?:';? ??.???:??' For' 1849 v^-' '?- P RIG B O 2S ES SHSLSilH.G. SCHOOL BOOKS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION . ; ?...'??;?: ALWAYS..ON HAND. . \ ? ' ''.''? ::';-!'Vi:;;;'N-D-i3?ECE. ~ ~ .f^HEVCARC^ are re ' JL quested to ?'meet at AJ^.-Davis's (Icely Inn) m\ ^W.EDN£SpA;Y,','NEXl^'t'hf-5.:6th of December, at Six o'Clock p.m., for the /purpose -;of fixing Prizes and other BusinessrconnectedjWit.lv the, ensuing Races. ^ ; :Carcoar, Nov. 30,''l8^8'.,ff.j 'Yoj.,;; .0 ..-. ? ..-? i .? . ..? £i'^aiASD^:; .? ? g^TOLEN Oil' STRAYEp? a) bay PONY MARE, p^ switch tail,- aboutiI3iiands 'high, branded EE off shoulder, CYriear-Bide.'ithesrie'ck, -six years old. Any person findings the iaboveuPdny Mare, shall re ceive, if strayed, One Pound .'Reward, on delivering her to the undersigned, or if stolen, £2 on conviction of the offender. .????-.-..?-:-,.?. -?_.???:?? , ?...

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THE GUM-TREE BENCH. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 2 December 1848

THE GUM-TREE BENCH. I do not like the Gum-tree bench, . The reason why, I'll tell, They deal out justice by the inch, Injustice by the ell ! The two degraded letters. Or our little Jemmy a Wit. 'Two letters of the Alphabet, Should be expelled the schools, 'What two, my own precocious pet ? ; J. P., the brand of fools. Oh, Jemmy, Jemmy, how you prate, No Governor, my dear, Would make a fool a magistrate, ; Then Ma, what lies we hear. - ? u ? Occupation of Chown Lands WiTniN the Settled Districts. — With reference to the Regula tions published on. the 29th March last, his Excellency the Governor, with the advice of the Executive Coun cil, lias directed it to be notified, that any person now in actual licensed occupation of Crown Lands within the Settled -Districts, who before the 31st December next, may^ make application to purchase any portion not less than 30 acres thereof, will be permitted to occupy on the same terms and at the same rent as at present, the section of which the lan...

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Epigrams. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 2 December 1848

Epigrams. THE following epigrams are repectfully in- scribed to their Worships, the up-country Magistrates of the colony of New South Wales, the most singularly gifted and extraordinary set of men as a whole, of our day and gene- ration, by their friend and admirer, Timothy Treat-em-well.    

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 2 December 1848

Births. At her residence, Howick Street, Bathurst, on the 25th instant, the wife of Mr. M. PRICE, of a son. At her residence, William Street, Bathurst, on the 27th instant, the wife of Mr. JOSIAH PARKER, of a daughter.             At White Rock Cottage, on Wednesday, 29th Novem- ber, Mrs. J. J. ASHE, of a son.     Died.   At his residence, Mudgee, on the 22nd November,   Mr. W. E. Sampson, aged forty-two, leaving a beloved wife and seven children to lament their loss.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 2 December 1848

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. All communications for this Journal must be accom- panied with the name of the writer , or they will not be inserted.   We have received several contributions this week,   but they must be well considered before we let them occupy our columns.         ' The Informer.'— This article is written with the greatest severity, towards a. certain individual. Until we are properly convinced as to its veracity, it must lay in our secret drawer.  

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THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1848. The Town's Police. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 2 December 1848

THE BATHURST ADVOCATE.   SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1848. The Town's Police.   It affords us no small gratification to announce, that the recent changes in the police here, have already been productive of much public benefit.   The orders given by our worthy police magis-   trate to Mr. Davies, the newly appointed chief constable, have been so promptly and vigor- ously carried out, that the efficiency of the Bathurst police is now made so apparent under his direction, as to make it the theme of conver- sation amongst the respectable portion of the community, who now acknowledge, and feel satisfied that their lives and property are looked after, and that those pests to society who have heretofore, so annoyed them, as to consider Bathurst as a place of safety where they could carry on their nefarious practices with impunity, now fly from it panic stricken. During the last month numberless vagabonds and street walkers have been sent to gao...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 2 December 1848

Shipping Intelligence.       ARRIVALS.   NOVEMBER 22.— Charlotte, ship, Capt. Affleck, from Liverpool, the 23rd July.               24. — Hamlet, barque, Capt. Wilson, from London, having left the Downs on the 22nd July.     24. Fanny Fisher, barque, Capt. Harrold, from Hobart Town.     25. John, schooner, Capt. M'Lachlan from Laun- ceston the 13th inst.               26. Harlequin, schooner, Capt. Price, from Port Nicholson the 4th instant.                 27. Raymond, barque, Capt. Hart, from Port   Nicholson the 10th ultimo. 27. Louis and Miriam, brig, Capt. Pilfold, from &nbs...

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The Roads. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 2 December 1848

The Roads. In our advertising columns will be found a petition addressed to His Excellency the Governor upon the subject of the roads between the Junction and Bathurst This is a matter of great importance to the inhabitants of this District, and one in which every individual is more or less interested. The Mountain Roads are now in a very excellent state of repair, and we have no doubt that they may be easily kept so, especially as Toll Gates are to be fixed there after the first January next; and the money taken at them may be beneficially employed in keeping the roads in a passable state. The roads from the Junction to Bathurst are in a most deplorable condition, being in   wet weather impassable or at best, only to be passed by risking life and property in the attempt : and the natural consequence of this is, that property is fre- quently delayed upon the roads for several weeks, to the great detriment of storekeepers and others, or else the drays break down, and the...

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The Dogs Again. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 2 December 1848

The Dogs Again. We have on several occasions during the last three months, directed the attention of our readers to the fact, that all persons owning Dogs in the town of Ba- thurst, were bound by law, to register them at the Po- lice Office, and that failing to do so, they were exposed to certain penalties ; but it appears that in the estima- tion of many individuals, our remarks have been es- teemed as downright "Bunkum," however some of them have at last found out their mistake, for on Wednesday, twenty persons appeared before the Police Magistrate, to answer summonses charging them with a breach of the Dog Act, by keeping one or more unregistered Dogs upon their premises, for which offence they were fined in sums varying from ten to twenty shillings, for each Dog so kept, and, the costs, of the Court, from seven to eleven shillings more. Again therefore, we direct their attention to the subject, and warn them, that all who have unregistered dogs about their esta- blishments, are ...

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Earthquake in New Zealand [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 2 December 1848

Earthquake in New Zealand, (From the New Zealand Spectator, October 18.) From Monday Morning last, up to this morning (Wednesday), a succession of earthquakes more or less violent have occurred which occasioned a great de- struction of property, and produced a very general feeling of alarm. During Monday, the 9th instant, there was a strong south-easter accompanied by very heavy rain, and though towards the middle of the week there intervened a few days of fine calm weather, on Saturday last another south-easter occurred of equal violence with the former one, which continued the two following days, accompanied also by very heavy rain, so much so that the quantity of rain which has fallen during the last week amounted to ten inches, or more than three times the quantity of the whole of the previous month. At about twenty minutes to two o'clock on Monday morning, a most severe shock of an earthquake was experienced, which lasted for the space of nearly a minute; the direction of the s...

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