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

Pedestrianism. Jackson's and Sherdon's Uace. — The six miles race, for aGlOO a-side between William Jackson, ?who rejoices in the soubriquet of the 'American Deer,' and James Sherdon of Shef field, took place on Monday, at the Hyde Park Cricket and Pedestrian Grounds Sheffield. It is a long time since a match excited such intense interest, or drew together so great a concourse of spectators ; but this may he accounted for by the celebrity of the men, the large amount of money pending the result, and it being well jjtnqwh '.'that ''the [ wintfisr^ould liy^iaim to the championship of England. The race commenced a few minutes after six, Jackson bounding off at a rattling pace with the lead along the level ground, down the hill, to the 'back stretch,' but on coming to the rising ground at the ex treme end of the course Sherdon came close in his track. The first round, of 500 yards -wasw completed in 1 min. 20 sec. They were going at first-rate speed, and the easy,' and we may add the gr...

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New Zealand. HOUSE OF COMMONS, AUGUST 21. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 16 December 1848

- .K«w Zealand. S fcHotJSB P^|COMJIONS, ,AU(3US^ .21. ___ . ; ? 'On theCvote;bf;20,000J. fprthe.charge of ithe colony, of NtWs Zealand; f.; .-,???.? ,,.;?-??' ?''l'i1''i''^' ' l ! Mr. Gladstone, was anxious to know whether he was right in supposing 'that it' was the ' intentioni of ' the Colonial; Department -to recognize and act upon the treaty ;'of Waitarigi inrespect to.the right of the natives in a fair way, was.thei.only mode of securing the peace and promoting the prosperity of the settlement of New Zealand. '???-??? Mr. Hawes replied that the native right of land, under the treaty of Waitarigi, would be respected. Some conversation followed, chiefly between Mr. Gladstone and Mr. Hawes. across the table, in con sequence of a remark of Mr. Hume that the present ought to be the last year of such a charge as this for New Zealand, the proper rule being, that as soon as representative government was established in any colony, the grant for its general civil expenses should cease. I...

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

Empoundiaig-s. Bathurst — On the 7 th December, 1848 : Yellow and white poley cow, GR over G off rump, GL off shoulder and neck, GL near rump, JH near shoulder, aged, damages 6d. Brindlo and white bullock, like C'[B over 48 near rump and thigh, aged, damages £1. Red snail horned bullock, JSIJ oif ribs, No 8, off shoulder, piece out oft ear, 2 years old. lied and white bullock, SB off rump, aged. Brown filly, star in forehead, RBnear shoulder, long tail, near fore and both hind feet white, 3 years old, 14 hands high. Bay colt long tail, ICY off shoulder, 3 years old, 14i hands, high. Black colt, long tail, KY off shoulder, 2 years old, 14 hands high, damages 6d. each. If not released, they will be sold on Wednesday, the 3rd January. K. Yeo, Poundkceper, Burrowa — On the 26th November, by the Lachlan District Police, supposed to have been stolen : Roan horse, SB near shoulder, indescribable brand on off shoulder, 4 years old, 15 j hands high, black legs, long switch tail, several whit...

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COURT OF REQUESTS. MONDAY, 11TH DECEMBER, 1848. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 16 December 1848

COURT OF REQUESTS. Monday. 11th December. 1848. This being the day appointed for the sitting of this court, the chair was taken at 10 o'clock by H. Heathorn, Esq., J.P., assisted part of the day by J. B. Richards, Esq., J.P. There were eighty-seven cases on the list, the majority being disposed of very quietly, being non-appearances, acknowledged debts, aud pre-settled; there were a few contested which excited some interest, which we give a brief detail of. Johnson v. Ashe. — The plaintiff in this case is a bailiff of the Court of Requests, and from the evidence adduced it appears, that he had obtained a verdict at the last'sittinsfs of this court, against one M'Laughlan a coach builder, and had taken out an execution against him.; on learning that a gig of M'Laughlan's was in the charge of Mr; Ashe, he went to him for the purpose of levy ing upon it, when he, was told the jricr was pledged for 21., however,' Mr.' A. consented to hold the precept for the plaintiff, andtn the event o...

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

THE GREATEST SALE Of any Medicine in the Globe, HOLLOWAY'S PILLS. CURE OF DISEASED LIVER. Campbelltown, April 11, 1848. To Mr. Heydon. Sir,— I feel it a duty incumbent on me and the community at large to know the wonderful cure that has-been performed on me by the effects of . Holloway's Medicine. I have, for the last six months, been afflicted with the liver complaint, and at last was compelled to take to my bed in a very low state, so bad that I did not think I would ever rise in health again. After trying medical aid, and finding no relief, I was advised by Mr. William Bursill to try the. Medicine aforenamed, which I did, and after one or two doses of Holloway's Pills, and rubbing in the Ointment, I found great relief, and by strictly following the rules laid down by Mr. Holloway, and using his Pills and Ointment for six weeks, I find myself in the enjoyment of as good health as ever I possessed in my life. The , truth of this statement is ihconte^ble, as there is not one of my n...

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A CHRISTMAS CAROL. BY PETER PLEASE-EM-ALL. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 16 December 1848

A CHRISTlAl CAROL. BY PETER, PIEASEEMALL The morning sun, o'er the mountains high, Is speeding along* through the cloudless sky, And showering his beams o'er the earth so bright, As a call- to man to enjoy the sight ! In a land so fair, and a cliino so sweet. His morning beams who would not meet ? Where scenes so rare as our own invite, Who would not ascend the breezy height ? Come then, to the woods, with me repair, There's health unbought in the morning air, The freshness and joy of that fragrant hour, WilLbe to thine heart like the dew to the flower, And lend to thy spirits as passes the day, A calhi repose, and a cheerful play. With my staff in my hand, and my dogs by my side, With a vigorous step to the bush I stride, And- feel so at home in that world of leaves, Where nothing is heard or seen that grieves, Where all that possess even the tinniest voice, In th^ depth, of the solitude, sing and rejoice, ThafafaeinihTis, could I only interpret their words, I coul'dtpTass^all my t...

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Police Office. TUESDAY, 12TH DECEMBER, 1848. Before H. Heathorn, Esq., J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 16 December 1848

Police Office. Tuesdat, 12th Decbmbeu, 1848. Before H. Heathorn, Esq., J.P. James Kingsly and William Saundera, were charged wiUi drunkenness, and were= fiued £1 each. v ?;_;;?;;' ? .''-i ? : WEDNESDAY.. , ,;., -. . . . _.'''' !°; Before; Gol. Mbrrissett^i P.M. vl, , William.1Dy:ben) was charged .with a; breach of the Town's Police. Act, ahd^wcliarged after. John, Balfdur,' drunkenness^} andvithrefttning^ to .break ^^ wihdpw|j- .likevvise^exposingJhiWpersori^ in -the ?streetSj.on-./Sund^y tert)'i-iifny:'iia8t ;-;-76f! day^^hardh^oar^gaCSl^ J°$fy-.' Bryan' ' 'Keane^rdrunfcenness .T9|n^r|,fur,ibus *' driving'if^^ndcosta^^o.tbftipM^PjSey^n^day^^^^^ o^%:;tieTaalt^therfe6f,''no^e'ttse'^ to\,nar^!ab^ ?m-l'!?? ^Ed\yar(d,Poulton an^Jq^patil jS^di1/ drunry? kerjnes3?, fined 10s., . eacfii ^Iary^tj^'ponnbriq tick'et-of-leave' holder; disorderly ^conduct, four1' days' to the 'cells, William Teelei drunkenness;! and furious riding on Sunday Jastv seven dayar to the gaol. Williarh Pattisbn; and ...

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IRELAND. "Clonmel. Saturday evening. August 11. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 16 December 1848

IRELAND. ' Clonmel. Saturday eveninir. Aucust 11. *? Lord Hardinge and suite arrived here to day, but ?after a short delay at the Globe Hotel for refreshment, they started for Limerick, where 2000 troops are con centrated, of whom his Lordship will take the com mand. Though short the time that he remained here, a considerable crowd collected, all anxious to get a look at tha hero of India, and the companion-in-arms of our own Lord Gough, who is from this immediate neighbourhood. Ihe old soldier look brave and hearty. ' We arc all waiting for the special commission with great anxiety ; there seems to be little doubt of its .being held here in two or three weeks ; that length of time, at least, will be required to make the necessary preparations in summoning of jurors, &c. The men who were captured at Ballingary wiil be tried herejat at the commission, should there be one. ;ii -.? : . ' There continues a perfect quiet in this part of the country; no sympton of outbreak or disa...

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Quarter Sessions. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 16 December 1848

.... /^Quarter SeBsionB. ,:Thi's (Court + opcrie'd:'.on -I Thursday' aorning, ^V''^enJ4 .Q'cjbqk'.'wne^'thevphairmantbok'his seat.and Messrs'^''1 'Parkj Rankln, Morfissett, and TEdward.North,: Esq?. . l1iP. pf^yoUr^Magistratesl 's*fl' -vrH:^/. ^y - '^ , i nFrancls f OaVan^'gh ,2 yaa'lclMr gedv.with j steal ing Va ' ' ..watch/ValtiV^ 5/.J bn-We ^Bth^bfo September,; lasf, the :;' property^ 'or0 one' !;Wilira'rri^5^Iasouvj ;-ONot.- - truiltv. : ^ischarged.^^^^'f5 sMi zr.lbi-t-- s.-j u)i^:---';, ''. James ;-fiarr'i'5fJ'alias^ Motithe! Jew,'iiind:hGpprge^ ';; Hooper i^;ali&0'I*effier' a'~ fGedrJfe,-'were:indicted with/1,-1 that; they :.'dia,i8ri!'the:inighti'6f .the'a22nd July J last, : :' felpnibiisly 'erilci-'uHe-'dwelling'iho'usecbfvorie Miss v Matilda/ ^^ Martha- '^tif ling;1' and1 ^^»'takeoJtherefrpm,_,'twb ' pieces p|' 'plaitl1, f^eyeri'! cabbage' tree hats, , aod ten', aprprisy valued^ 1 Xly !G)iilty^To' be worked- in irons for ; the ter 'in1 of r'tyo ' ? yearsV; ?' 'Attor...

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

? . - ... mXNSKG' ; SHARES.; - ? *- ?-? .. On Sale, by ^Private Contract, 'M^IFTY SHARES^ £10' pEid up,1' ; ? ffli SIXTY; Ditto, £1, paid 'up,:; ;' ! In THE MGLONG^MININQ COMPANY. '.: '?'? '??:?? ?:?:?' :- ^ ^ ^ ^^^t^ ^V^{ ^f^' AS HE.'., . I ^^^ V^n-^^^a*^1^;^^' ^ '???-* '? ^:^- ; ,/fL .MANri-ANDj^yiEE, Svitiioiit inciimbrance.',1 a's:' IjCSBl.1-' General Servants.. ^References requirt'd.-' v--'ir;- ? ??? - ?r':::'By:L'j7'ASUiii:'Ji:A ::;',-;; ?\?:l '.'''' '. ??'?''??':'' ''?'?- ; : -White Rock' Cottuge., ! ^llONTHLY 'STOCK SaEE. DEessrs. SImOIVKAN A. ASUS ?WMTILL hold their usual MONTHLY SAEE, rWW- ..' . ? at Arthur's Inn, ; 'A ;QN1FRTPA^, ::the ;ggf li^stanJK French Millinery arid Sressmaking'. ;'1®Bf A^ A^E^.SH.ORE '- ;begslWve; to. inform Vth'e! x7jbbL.' , Inhabitants of1' Ba'thUrst ^and its;-»Vicinity, ' that she has', commenced''1' iii*1- the '-r above ;Businese,.-,in j Piper; Street,1 : near Mt\ pt)o' Glbuet's; ;'.' Sportsman's Arms,' arid respectfully fsolicits-'their-.patro...

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Original Correspondence. To the Editor of THE BATHURST ADVOCATE, Bathurst, Dec.5, 1848. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 16 December 1848

(©rtjtutal (imrrcdijmfrfcnce, To the Editor of The Bathurst Advocate, Bathurst, Dec. 5, 1848. Sir, — Forasmuch as many have taken in hand to set forth in order, a declaration of their various opinions, oh subjects vitally affecting the present and the future, the temporal and the spiritual welfare of this our adopted country, it seemed good to me most excellent Editor, with your kind permission to say a word or two to that very- useful class our Shepherds. '( ' TO SHEPHERDS. ;i) ' My; Friends, — You will;, perhaps begin' to think' thati some: interested - flock-owner, has taken it upon himself to address you, and that ? he, is prompted' % selfish motives ; you may it tisilikely not only think so, but say it too ; to 'save you as much-- time and; talk as possible on this . scorey/lf will at; once tell you that 'I have neither flocks ihor'.he'rds, and what is more, I am not 'likely to' haverf'' ^ s Now then, haying- satisfiM you (or I hope so) that my motive i^pure^; I; will just tell...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 16 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.         An Editor's Box is placed in the window of The Advocate Office, where Literary Gentlemen can deposit their Contributions, without troubling us to pay a penny for postage at the Post-office.

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 16 December 1848

Shipping Intelligence.     ARRIVALS.   DECEMBER 7. Rover's Bride, cutter, Capt. Lewis, from Anatam the 18th, and Isle'of Pines the 23rd     November.                     1. St. George, ship. Capt. Jones, from London   having left the Downs, on the 20th August.     8, Governor, brig, Capt. Thomson, from Manila, the 6th May.             11. Wateeloo, ship, Capt. Neatby, from Portsmouth   the 1st September, and Port Phillip the 6th instant. 11. Star of China, schooner, Capt. Dowker, from Taranaki the 1st instant.         11. Elizabeth Jane, schooner, Capt. Stericker, from   Moreton Bay the 6th instant. ...

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THE BATHURST ADVOCATE SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1848. LATER, ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 16 December 1848

'THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1848.       LATER ENGLISH NEWS. By the St. George, London papers to the 15th August have been received, five days later than those which have previously been received.             The trade prospects were rather brighter ; the           certainty that the rebellion in Ireland was a mere flash in the pan, had given a slight impetus to nearly every branch of commerce. In wool there had been a decided improvement in the price, an advance of 1½ per lb. on the July sales.             LORD GREY's explanation of the intentions of Govern-                 ment, with respect to emigration—...

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Chartist Movement in Birmingham. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 16 December 1848

Chartist Movement in Birmingham. BIRMINGHAM Wednesday. — (From a correspond- ent.) — An unwillingness to be instrumental in creating any unnecessary alarm prevented me from forwarding you last evening a notice of Chartist and Confederate movements here, which has caused some little un- easiness. Now, however, that the matter would seem to have exploded in Ashton, and the whole of this day's papers detail the riotous proceedings in that part of the country, it may not be unadvisable to state what has occurred here. On Monday there was a meeting of the Chartists and Confederates, at the Peoples Hall, at which the usual topics were discussed, and the news- papers read, but there were no resolutions proposed calculated to excite any apprehension. In the evening there was another meeting, the large room being three parts full. In another room of the building a dancing party, were amusing themselves, and there was still nothing to indicate any cause for alarm. It appears however, that at ...

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THE WOOL TRADE, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 23 December 1848

? o ? ? ; THE WOOL TRADE, &c, '/?'?;/, fFrom Bell's Messenger, August 28.) . ., .,.;, Very large imports of wool took place into' London last week, viz., 1320 bales from HobartjTown, 1850 from Sydney, 3062 from-, Port Phillip,. 41- from Table Bay. 320 from Algo Bay,40 from the;Cape, 51 from Naples, and 443 from .Taganrog. Privately a steady i : business is doing in most kinds of woolj the rates ,. of .? Aihich are fairly supported. . : . '?_.??, .-s\) :? , Liverpool. — Saturday last. — Although there has been littjc doing in -foreign wool, prices are well sup'-', ported 5 and should the weather take up, it will impart; - more confidence and tend to greater activity in -jthe,; trade. In Scotch' there has been some inquiries for laid blackfaced and laid Cheviot, both- of which are scarce at present. -- Imp'6fts'rfor?the;week!-endtrig-Augf- ? 26— Foreign 2722, previously 41,020 ; total 50,742 bales. Scotch 381; previously 9339y total 9720'bales. : Leeds.— A fair amount jpfebusi...

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The Persecution of British Footmen. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 23 December 1848

The Persecution of British, Footmen. BY MR. JEAMES. fFrom Punch. J Livin remoke from the whirld : hockupied with the umble dooties of my perfeshun, which moacely consists of droring haile and beer for the. gence who fregu'ent my otel, politticle efairs hinterest but suldum, and I confess when Loy Philip habdigaded (the other day, as I read in my noble and favorite Dispatch news paper, where ^Publicoaier is the boy for me,) I cared no,m6r than I -did when the chap hover the wayr ,^ent hoff without paying his rent. No maw. does my little Mary Hann. I prom mis youUshe, has .enough to do in minding the bar and. (babbies, to eed the conwulsions of hempires or the hagonies of prostrick kings. I ham' what one of those littery chaps who uses ; our back parlor calls a pokercuranty on plitticie subjic. I don't permit .'em to whex, worrit, or distub. me. My objick is to leaf a good beer bisnis' to little Jeames, to sckewer eomethink comftable for ray two gals, Mary Hann and Hangelina (wherehof...

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Impounded. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 23 December 1848

At, Q'Conneli. Plains, pn.the.lst day of JDecember. 1 848; 'from tlie estate of'jr'fy- Lowe, Esq.? J.JP?i7i.1 Red pbley cdw'i'TK off' rump, bbtn* 'ears Marked, yililii1 on belly 'and tail.1-'-''-'Iletlrsteer;'IlM'ori'neif*rfmpt«bath3 ears-marked, knob.horns, white on iback,ibellyi arid)tfcal H Red.heifer, ^,onipiff,.rihs. -ft I§ jap^ .release^, tbswjvijl., be soRon the 26th ^eQ^by.lo^^o%^, Found- { Keeper. : * . . ? . . At Montefiores, Wellington. — .On the oifi day of December /ISiSV^'StraSvber'ry^teer^JR^ar^^m'p'i1' Red cow, 6 upside dowh1wilth')Ji'reVe'rse^-iup'srid#dowriU off ribs. Blue^ sided cow.avhitaibaok^CjGioClsid^f Redi. and iWhite^steer^DJ ^,off[r.uroMu;R^fWA ^^/cQfkiw: on near shoulder, Ewith.M Within circle offside. Black and white cow TK on' V ump, TK?1 'rios off! side;! ° 'kay1' horse;' PL nea'r';shouTdef,' 'illegible' 'dft'^Hbulder5, friear fore arid hind^fetlock white;: fetarJiruiforehead'.vS^y ears, old- .14i.handsihigfhr.dam,oges..6d,j(,p the.aboy^ccattle., and h...

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THE FAMILY VISITER. No. IX. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 23 December 1848

THE FAKILY VXSXTEXt. No. ix. ? -O ? = ? 11 — - — — and his grave rebuke, Severe in' youthful beauty, added grace Invincible ; abash'd the devil stood, And felt how awful goodness is, and saw Virtue in her shape how lovely ? .' There are few characters among mankind more:- generally reprobated than that of the Coward, and few are so sensitive on this point as^thei young. To reproach a young gentle man with cowardice, is a grave offence against the*' common usages of society j and where the ch,a}ge' is, supposed to be true, it operates ag^ijpst . the coward as the law of transporta tion against the felon. On the contrary, from the- time of Aristotle to the present hour, Courage is placed at the head of all the virtues which adorn the great family of man. That the terms Courage and Cqtcardice are variously defined, and adjusted by singular, and fre quently by very whimsical scales, we shall not debate, because we do not suppose any one entertaining any doubt thereon i If he does, we ca...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 23 December 1848

., ARRIVALS. ? ? DEcfiMBER^15.ifPlicenix, stearnet, Capjt. t^Viscman^ from the Clarence River the 13th inst.*-~A. J£Nj» ft. 3l 16. Colonist, barque,; Capt. Marshall, ,frpm Liver pool the 24th June, arid Port Phillip tlie-mbftfistantJ -U, 16. Qlarence, schooner, Capt. Burt,- from Launcestpn the 7th instant. ??-?-?.-* -.wo 'r'«^'.'';^'l riS. Potomac, American ship, Capti Swajn, frpmvthe Whaling Grounds. ; !K-J ' -rX'J] Zij-.'A d 16. Ethma/briff, Capt. Pockley, from Hobart; Town the 9th instant. . '.['?W'ri M: 16. Christina, brig, Capt. Saunders; from Port Phillip the 10th instant. i r 16. Julia Percy, brig, Capt. Alden, from Port Fairy the 7th instant. ? ' 16. Planter, American ship, Capt. Hussey, from the Whaling Grounds. : 18. Tatnar, steamer, Capt; Allen, from Moreton Bay the 16th instant. 12. William, schconer, Capt. Freeburn, from Gee long the 1 1 th instant. ? . 19. Columbine, schooner, ? Capt. Sargeant, from Moreton Bay the 11th instant. 19.' Genii, brig. Capt. Oliver, frorii t...

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