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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 2 December 1848

(From the WELLINGTON SPECTATOR Oct. 25.) In the brief and imperfect account published in last Wednesday's Spectator of the damage occasioned by the succession of earthquakes with which this settlement had been visited, we hoped we had endured the worst, — that this fearful calamity had passed away, — but alas ! the end was not yet — on the following morning at three minutes past five the inhabitants of Wellington were aroused from their slumbers by a shock still more violent and destructive in its effects than any of those which had pre- viously occurred. The first impulse of the majority of persons, after having assured themselves of the personal safety of their families, was to rush out and see the extent of damage which the shock had occasioned. A melancholy scene presented itself to their view ; all those buildings which had suffered from the previous shocks were still more terribly shaken or completely destroyed. The Wesleyan Chapel and Messrs. Rhodes 's stores were thrown to t...

Publication Title: Bathurst Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 2 December 1848

BATHURST RACES — 1849. Stewards : — WM. LAWSON, JUNR, ESQ. WILLIAM HENRY SUTTOR, ESQ., M.C. JOHN SAVORY RODD, ESQ. JOHN N. M'INTOSH, ESQ. THOMAS ICELY. ESQ. JOHN F. CLEMENTS, ESQ. Judge: —   FRANCIS LORD, ESQ.     Treasurer: —     RICHARD MACHATTIE, ESQ.       Clerk of the Course:—         MR. JOHN ROGERS.     FIRST DAY— WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21. FIRST RACE.   THE BATHURST TOWN PLATE of £50, for   all horses to be handicapped by the Stewards,   or whom they may appoint. Heats, twice round. Applications for Entrances to be addressed to the Honorary Secretary, on or before the 28th February, 1849. Forms may be obtained at the ADVOCATE OFFICE. Weights to be declared at the " Black Bull" Inn, on Monday the 5th March, at 12, noon. The entrance and qualification fees will be r...

Publication Title: Bathurst Advocate
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SOCIETY For Promoting of Colonization. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 9 December 1848

SOCIETY Fop Promoting1 of Colonization. A Meeting of this society was held at the Hanover-square Rooms on the 25th July. The Earl of Harrowby took the chair. Hitherto, be said, the means of employing national in dustry,' in agriculture and manufactures, had 'kept pace with the increase of the population ; but at present, whilst our population was in creasing at the rate of 1,000 souls a-day, and ?whilst the means of employment, dependent so much upon the peace and prosperity of the globe, fluctuated, it was impossible not to wish that some outlet should be offered, where our seperabundant laborers might find that occu pation for their energies, which they desired, hut could not obtain. No country in the world offered a population so peculiarly fitted for co lonization as ours. To us colonization was not the exile which it appeared to be to the inha bitants of an inland country. There was one great difficulty in the way, namely, the expense attending the process by which our redundan...

Publication Title: Bathurst Advocate
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THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1848. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 9 December 1848

THE BATHURST ADVOCATE SATURDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1848. We have to call the attention of our readers to the following Report of the Colonization       Society. This is a proper opening for our correspondents,— indeed, for all in the Colony, to furnish such information to the Press, as will enable the Society to form a correct opinion respecting ' the land we live in.' Incalculable advantage may be derived to the Colony by prosecuting this hint.

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No Violence. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 9 December 1848

';'''' ??''' ??'-???'?'?' ?:&i*A&M,:!;Z% *??,---:;?.. ,.v M!o Violence. : '? . J These are assuredly npt the times for anything like recklessness, :.or, infatuation, but for wise, manly, legal,1 ahdthoughtful agitation. Dangers are abroad. Secret service money we guess, doth freely ?circulateii-the spy system is resus citated— pretexts ' for1 -'increased coercion^ are eagerly sought after, by trembling but desperate factions, and hence it behoves ail good and sincere men to see that sacred principles are not compromised by the ' turbulence of the infatuated, the machinations of the designing, and the trickery of state paid tools. That mighty changes are at hand, and the power of political cliques and conventional aristocracy on the eve of ruin — :this we say our social rulers know right well. They perceive that the days of class rule are numbered,-— that the chains of unenfranchised millions are all but broken, and that nothing save the folly, the divisions, and the ...

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Tranquilising Effects of Pictures. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 9 December 1848

Tranquilising- Effects of Pictures. Every good picture, by which I mean every picture that has something good in it, is not mere surface and colour it has a countenance, like the countenance of a friend or lover, of which extent certain expressions are revealed only to- certain eyes at certain moments — then there are the associations of long acquaintance — accidental gleams of lamp or sunshine have lighted up the shadowy nooks, and startled the eye with revelations of hidden beauty and meaning — or in the hours of lassitude and sor row, hours when the 'fretful stir unprofitable' of this painful actual world has hung heavy on the spirit, the light breaking from behind the trees of far-off distance, stretching the way, and leading the fancy after it, till it melts into Elysium, or rural groups, revels of satyrs, or clouds, or face of pure-eyed virgin or serene saint — has arrested the troubled course of thought, and stamped a consecration on certain picture which it would be a pleasu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 9 December 1848

ber;-iil8iB; Sfrom. Buwpwong : ?'3ayr^fn6r6el :H small blaze in the' face; off' mnd'ifoot white^s^dlermarkedj;: branded on-near shoulder D, aged,l5j hands high. From' Arthur Templers!s estate, ^arramblerf-Novem--;; her 25th,;~Bay .pony, A'near hip dmvn;J branded oni o%3b.opld.er DK,f6 years'old,- 14 h'andsJuga.- It the.; above horses are not release^-1 ori'or before $he 21st,of tfecemberi'thoyi wilDjjK' sold. -J. -WBrjaHX PfjuM-, Keeper.pW' ^('4-m!4i}cltI '«r'''\:\^.-1 .'''' ^'' ' :'O*i; | ** iiii^(M6miPSectetqry's-p^e,; . ??. ..,'.;,; '?:r'' '- j :.]rl^i-'\'^^ydneuU^th-,^fqvember','l8'i8. '?' -wi-»- !-- ^iGOVER:NMENT,.jGAZETfE^Vl-; ' . ?? :-HTTIS EXp.^L^EN.^Y'THE' GOy ERNOR Jfi.H_ (directf. |t to be I notified,' 'that copies of 'The NEWpocTH Wales Government Gajse^e!'; are sup-' plied at the Government Printing.pfficf,' at- the rate of One Pound TenfShillings.per/A^n.^injOr Seven Shil lings and Sixpence a Quarter', payable Hh'iadvancc. The.charge for a.sirjgle copy of'T^E G^ETTEis ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 9 December 1848

SATXEVRST RACES— -1849. Stewards:— WM. LAWSON, June, Esq. ' ' WILLIAM HENRY SUTTOR, Esq., M.C , JOHN SAVORY RODD, Esq. JOHN N. M'INTOSH, Esq. . THOMAS ICELY, Esq. JOHN F. CLEMENTS, Esq. Judge: — FRANCIS LORD, Esq. Treasurer: — RICHARD MACHATTIE, Esq. Clerk of the Course „? — MR. JOHN ROGERS. First Day— Wednesday, March 21. FIRST-RACE. THE BATHURST TOWN PLATE of £50, for all horses to be handicapped by the Stewards, or whom they may appoint. Heats, twice round. AtH-lications for Entrances to be addressed to the Honorary Secretary, on or before the 28th February, 1849. Forms may be obtained at the Advocate heights to be declared at the ' Black Bull' Inn, on Monday the 5th March, at 12, noon. The entrance and qualification fees will be returned to those persons' declining to accept, who are requested to notify the same in writing, addressed to the Honorary Secretary, at the ' Black Bull' Inn, on Thursday 8th of March three entrances or no race. Entrance £5. SECOND RACE. TKe MAIDEN PLAT...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 9 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.       'M'Nab.' — Your remarks, respecting the way in which our Journal should be conducted are rather   harsh. If you can furnish us with Eight Hun- dred Pounds (Sterling) you may take possession of our establishment ; you can then have it your own way, for a short time.          

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 9 December 1848

Shipping Intelligence.   ARRIVALS.                   NOVEMBER 29. Ratcliffe, ship, Capt. Philipson from Hobart Town the 23rd ultimo.           29. William Hill, brig, Capt. Browning, from Ade- laide the 12th ultimo.       29. Munford, schooner, Capt. Hayle, from Hobart Town the 23rd ultimo.       29. Velocity, schooner, Capt. M'Veigh, from Port Phillip, the 26th ultimo.         29. Elizabeth, French ship, Capt. Darmanderits, from the Whaling Grounds.   29. Champion, schooner, Capt. Collas, from More- ton Bay, the 23rd ultimo. 30. Lexington, barque, Capt. Sanders, from the Whaling Grounds, Left Providence, Rhode Island, July 1845, and Sydney, the 12th ...

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Impoundings. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 9 December 1848

Impoundings. PEPPERS CREEK. — On the 9th day of November, 1848, from W. A. Steele, Rockley, Campbell's River : — Bay horse, black points, saddle marks, IF near shoulder, 15 hands high, 4 years old. Bay horse, black points, little white on near fore foot, singular white mark on the face, MD on near fore shoulder, feint NE under, about 4 years old, 15 hands high. Red and white spotted steer, HW off rump. Yellow and   white heifer, 4R conjoined off rump, PS under, piece, off off ear. The above Horses and Cattle will be sold on Saturday, the 23rd day of December, at the above pound, unless previously released, agreeably to Act of Council.     R. ALDRED, Poundkeeper.

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RECEIPT TO MAKE A SOFT CHEESE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 9 December 1848

RECEIPT TO MAKE A SOFT CHEESE. BY DR. JENNER.   Would you make a soft cheese? Then I'll tell you how; Take a gallon of milk quite fresh from the cow, Ere the rennet is added, the dairyman's daughter, Must throw in a quart of the clearest spring water. When perfectly curdled, so white and so nice, You must take it all out of the dish with a slice, And put it 'thout breaking with care in the vat, With a cheese cloth at bottom — be sure to mind that. This delicate matter take care not to squeeze, But fill as the whey passes of by degrees. Next day you may turn it, and do not be loth, To wipe it quite dry with a fine linen cloth ; That this must be done you cannot well doubt, As long as you see the whey oozing out. The cheese is now finished and nice it will be, If enveloped in leaves from the green Ashen tree ; Or, what will do better, at least full as well, In nettles just plucked from the bank of the dell.    

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A NEW SONG, [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 9 December 1848

A NEW SONG, Written in the heat of the Dog Days, and dedicated to all who choose to sing it, by the Author. Let us sing the song of freedom, Which our fathers, fearless sung ! And brave friends wheneer we need 'em, Will appear, a dauntless throng! When the song of freedom pours, How impotent and vain, In the most despotic powers, To arrest the glowing strain. When the heart is in the cause, And the hand upon the sword, What chaff are human laws, To the vengence breathing word ! May woe consume his heart, And palsey seize his tongue, That could act so base a part, As to stoop to public wrong!   We passed not o'er the waves With a spirit quite so mean, As to cringe to fools nor knaves, What'eer their power or spleen ! Thus, thus in proud reliance On the noble minded brave,   I bid the world defiance Should it dare to call me slave !

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Settlers' Wholesale Price Current. SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 9 December 1848

Settlers' Wholesale Price Current. SYDNEY. WHEAT.— Importations of late have been exceed- ingly limited, and prices remain steady. FLOUR.— At the Mills, is quoted at £10 per ton for fine, £8 seconds, and £8 ration. MAIZE varies daily, averaging from 1s. 2d. per bushel,   ENGLISH BARLEY.— A few samples of the new crop have been sent, and offered to the malsters for sale, but at present they are not purchasing, and during the malting season will object to all samples that have not been stacked for at least two months, OATS — Plentiful and dull in sale. HAY continues very plentiful, the market abund- antly supplied from the southward ; the best samples only realising 50s. to 60s. per ton, which must for the present exclude for the compressed hay from the Hunter, from the high rate of freight and low prices BUTTER,—Only of good quality, is saleable ; prices a shade lower. CHEESE— In good demand, of rich and sound quality at about 4d. per lb,   BACON AND HAMS ar...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 9 December 1848

TERMS OF 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, which must be accompanied by payment of all money's due. TERMS FOR 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, ...

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Poetry. LINES WRITTEN ON THE GRAVE OF NOBLE, AN ABORIGINAL. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 9 December 1848

Poetry. LINES WRITTEN ON THE GRAVE OF NOBLE, AN ABORIGINAL. Beneath this grassy mound of clay, A swarthy warrior rots away,   No sculptur'd blushing stone,   With hireling verse proclaims him saint ; On aged trees, strange carvings quaint, His memory alone. He died — but how? here naught can tell, Perhaps in youth for her he fell, His faithful soul held dear ; Perhaps in age he sank to rest, Or in freedoms cause his fearless breast, Received the hostile spear. He lived, the forest's free born sun, Heed unrestrained his course he run,   With spirits light and free ; His roof, the Heavens, — and his bed,   Beside some murmuring streamlet spread, 'Neath a leafy canopy. He lived with all his wants supplied, His food, — above, — around he spied, His tomahawk his wealth ; He never felt care's venomed tooth, But joyful passed his life all youth,   Still revelling in health. He never heard of Wisdom's rules, Nor squeez'd along...

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Police Office. MONDAY, 4TH DECEMBER. Before the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 9 December 1848

Police Office. Monday, 4th December. Before the Police Magistrate. Russell Abbott, was charged with drunken ness, and forcibly entering a dwelling, the bench found him guilty, and sentenced him to seven days confinement in the cells. John Williams, for drunkenness, was fined ten shillings or twenty four hours in the cells. Tuesday. Before the Police Magistrate. Charlotte Gregory, Ellen Dunehan, Robert Burke, John Whalan, and William Cochlane, ?were charged with drinking in a disorderly house, and were severally bound over in the sum of five pounds to appear when called on to answer the charge Peter Gallagher was committed to take his trial on a charge of horse stealing. Wednesday. Summons list. — Davies, v Bentock ; the particulars of this case will be found in another column. Before George Rankin, Rsq., J.P., and E. Park, Esq., J.P. . Cronan, v Noble, the defendant in this case had been apprehended on a warrant, charged with, a breach of the Hired Servant's Act, but the case was di...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 16 December 1848

[Advertisement.] — A Cdrefor Indigestion and Disordered Stomachs, by Holloway's Pills. — ? Persons whose stomacks have been disordered for years, occasioned either by sedentary habits, injurious' climates, or an usually delicate state of health; and 1 can obtain no real relief, may be permanently cured by using Holloway's, and even greatly benefited after- ' the first few doses. This fine medicine is known to be superior to all others for liver complaints, or whereX there is weakness, languor, or debility, as in every \ case it imparts strength and vigour, and this so \ quickly a3 even to astonish the most unbelieving; \ these Pills may safely betaken at any time. 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, which must be accompanied by payment of all money's due. TERMS FOR ADVERTISEMENTS. For the...

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The Model Zodging-House Keeper. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 16 December 1848

Th.0 KSodel Zaodgiing--22ou3e Keeper. (From Puncli.J She is so hurt to hear that the children disturb you! She has the greatest trouble in keeping them quiet, but begs you will not hesitate to mention it if they are at all noisy. She has told them at least fifty times never to come into your room, the little plagues ! — She's very sorry, but she cannot make twenty breakfasts, and wait upon twenty gentlemen all at once. You really must wait a little longer. — Well ! it's very strange, but the chimney never did smoke before ; whatever can be the cause of it ? — Oh ! that noise at the back is the skittle ground — she quite forgot to mention it pre viously, but her house adjoins a ' public,' — it's a great nuisance to be sure, but it's only of an evening, and won't trouble you much after eleven. — She hopes you feel yourself perfectly comfortable ? She can't for the life of her make out vrho takes your books ! all she knows is, that she's no time for reading — it must be that hussey, An...

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Impoundings. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 16 December 1848

Impounding-E . Montefiores, Wellington. — On the 2nd day of December, 1848 : — Strawberry cow, an indescribable brand on rump, E with m within .circle on ribs, brand on shoulder not legible. Brindle poley cow, branded BP oft' rumn. Yellow horned cow. branlpd P off' rump. Red and white bullock, branded W with a bell brand off rump, IB near shoulder. Brindle cow, branded AC near rump. Strawberry poley cow, an indescribable brand and L off rump, and oalf. Red and white cow, branded X over CX near rump, like 42 off rump. White cow, branded IM near rump. Red cow, branded MC off rump, brand on shoulder not legible. Red and white steer, branded M off shoulder , brand on ribs not legible. Red and white steer, branded 11 M near rump, O on shoulder. Red and white steer, brand on ribs not legible. Black horned heifer, white back, no brand. Mouse coloured bull, branded PA off rump. Red and white bull calf, no brand. Black heifer, no brand. Yellow and white bullock, branded W with a bell brand o...

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