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

Impounded,     At Kelso, the 1st day of December: 1848 : BlacK   or dark brown horse, short tail, about 15 hands high, black points; white stripe on face and saddle marks, like IGIG off side the neck. Brown mare, black points, long taiL, MW near shoulder, bay horse foal by her side, unbranded. Chestnut filly, like J W near shoulder yearling. Black horse, black points, WL off shoulder, 71 near shoulder, about 14 hands high, in hobbles. Red and white bullock, swallow tail, mark near ear, ML over ML conjoined near hip, JG or JC near shoulder. Red steer, HB conjoined off shoulder, JB near rump, and JBJB near hip. Red and white steer, GP off rump. Brindle and white bullock, piece off near ear, and slit in off ear, IF over WB or P near hip, N near side the back. Red sided cow, cock horns, like gJ off ribs. Red sided heifer calf, unbranded. Brown steer, Wf or JM reversed offside the back, yearling. Blue sided bull, unbranded, 2 years old. If the above...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 23 December 1848

BOOTS & SHOES The Undersigned has just recived a small con- signment of -         STOCKMEN'S BOOTS, warranted well made LADIES' Lasting shoes, Patent seal Leather, and Colonial Kangaroo ditoo.   GIRLS Stroped English & Colonial Leather Shoes DOUBLE AND SINGLE SOLED boots, Adelaide ditto. JOSEPH SIMMONS, Cheap General Stores. Bathurst. N.B. — Round Iron of sizes, at a low price. . SLOMAN & ASHE BEG to announce, that in future A L L   PROPERTY submitted by them for Sale   by Public Auction and BOUGHT IN, WILL BE CHARGED HALF COMMISSION. ALSO, . ALL GOODS Sold for Cash, must, hereafter, be PAID FOR ON DELIVERY.   TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Are Six Shillings per Quarter, payable in advance. Single numbers, Sixpence.                     &...

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A "Whirwind" in Sussex. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 23 December 1848

A "Whirlwind" in Sussex, THE Brighton Herald of Saturday says:- One of the most tremendous hurricanes that     ever took place in this country occurred here on Thursday morning. We have made many     enquiries of eye-witnesses, and have received the following information.           Mr Smith, tailor, in the King's Road, states that about 10 o'clock on that day the sea had   been comparatively tranquil, and some heavy rain had fallen, when he suddenly observed the clouds in a most extraordinary state of agitation, and the sea lashed into such commotion as he had never witnessed before. The water spout, or, as he called it, 'pipe,' appeared of a whitish shade or colour, and seemed to grow smaller as it rushed up the side of the Race Hill. The water from the sea was blown up into the air, whilst the sea itself, within range of the tornado was in the most viol...

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THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. Later English News. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 23 December 1848

im ;EATHIJESTr;MroM|| . _ Later Eng-lish¥2a'ews.1'-1' By, the Lady. Kennaway;rwhich':left Plymouth; on the 12th September, and arrived';!at| Port' Phillip on ! the : 6th; December^ !- we'1]have'' the; following:—-,;. ?,,,„„,,„.,,/? ,,!,„!?„,„„„,.,,, .. Parliament was prorogued Tby i the! ' Queen in person ori/'theiSth'Sent^^^ spoke as follows1:'— ?''?'??a'lw''t ?????(!-i-: '?'- -^ ' '?-? ?? My Lords. arid iGoiitlemciivr^.;): i ! v ? ,: ?' ? ????.. I am happy .to.be; able to release you from the duties of a laborious Jind protracted session. The Act for, itho,; Prevention of .Crime and Outrage in Ireland, which (received my assent at the commence ment of the session was attended by the most beneficial effects. The open display, of arms intended' for criminal purposes was checked ; ;the . course of justice was no longer interrupted ;; and, several murderers who; had spread terror .through, the country, were apprehended and convicted. ;-: ;,;.?.,;?..,. ????:: The distress in Ireland, c...

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Police Office. SATURDAY, 16th DECEMBER. Before E. Park, Esq., J.P. and T.W. Lane, Esq., J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 23 December 1848

POLICE OFFICE.   Saturday. 16th December.     Before E. Park,Esq., J.P. and T. W. Lane, Esq., J.P. James Cormack, Emma Long, and Mary Head, were charged with drunkenness, and were ordered to pay the fine of ten shilling each or twenty-four             hours to the cells ;the two former complied with the first part of the sentence, and the latter prefered to secluded herself for the time prescribed. Samuel Clark on suspicion of being an accomplice in the forgery case at present under examination, was discharged. Richard Curtis,and Joseph Toplis, charged with   uttering forged orders, purpoting to be drawn by Kirk, on N.Lawson, Esq., of Prospect,— the particulars of which were given in our last ; were remanded until the 29th instant. Wednesday.       Before Col. Morisset, P.M., and E. Park, Esq, J.P. Collins v Lane.— T...

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

IRE Zi A ''» D . fFrom Bell's Messenger, 9tk September. J Lord John Russell will,, it is understood, leave Dublin this day (Saturday) for Balmoral, where he will join the Royal party. Nothing of an official nature his transpired respecting ithe precise objects of his lordship's1 visit to Ireland^ neither have his movements afforded any clue to satisfy public curiosity. -,On: Wed nesday his lordship paid a visit 'to' several ;pf ?the public buildings in Dublin., ,T, ...sVii/ ??:-??.?.. .??????-?At- the special commission fixed: to opebr'at .Clonmel on the 19th inst., the grand ;jury will oe addressed by Chief Justice Blackburns,:arid 'hills^i-of indictment for high 'treason '.will |e,serit ;before them against Messrs. W. S. O'Brien, Meagher, Leyne, O'Donoghue, and the other leaders then in custody for the insurrectionary movements in Tipperary. The jurors will be taken' from1' the grand panel of the couutry! Mr. Butt Q.C.I, will1 be one of the leading cpunself/cir^the JprisonersViwit...

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"BLACKMAN'S SWAMP." DECEMBER 18.—Before a full Bench[?] [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 23 December 1848

BLACKMAN'S SWAMP.   (From our Correspondent.) December 18.— 4-Before a full Bench. Jane M'Donnell was brought up on a charge under the Hired Servant's Act. From the evidence adduced by her master, Mr.Wood-   ward, it appeared he was in danger of both person and property ; defendant was admitted to bail,herself in the sum of £40, and two sureties of £20, or, in default, two months in Bathurst Gaol. The bail not appearing to their worships sufficient, she was sent to Gaol. Simon v. Mason.--This was an action         through the Court of Request, and a levy   being made by the bailiff on two horses, a dray and harness. By the evidence adduced, it ap- peared that the property did not belong, to, the defendant, consequently it was given up to the owner. The Church, &c- — We have to inform our readers that a Church of the Wesleyan Creed, is in course of erection in our village of Orange; als...

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Poetry. A HAPPY LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 23 December 1848

5*ceiry»' J A HAPPY LANT); ,n; There's health among the mountains, tJ.ij. Arid happiness in store, ..'- v-r:-1 r Then laugh till pleasure's fountains ,, fii r' Within the heart fun o'er, ?'' ']''?* ' Four-and-twenty mutto'n chops,/ , ,;, ,n.,.,,r, j; Frying in a pan, .., ;' . Some fizz,,we'll- stuff the' master, '?''''',;? ? '?' Some whizz, we'll gorge the man.'1 ? Four-and-twenty native cats, Swimming in a. pool, Some purring out, bless me, how hot, ''Some, O, how nice and cool. Four-and-twenty magpies, Hopping o'er a hill, All screaming out in' case of war, ; Let's exercise, and drill. ' Four-and-twenty kangaroos , i ;' Jumping o'er a tree, All heels o'er head, and head o'er heels, ?In roaring mirth and glee. Four-arid-twenty i native blacks, Athletic.ibold, and free, . All singing, dancing, shouting, leaping, In wild corroborie. ? ? . ??.; .::-!.;, .-?' ?.[ And is hot this a happy land,, ; Ye sons of .Britain, say^C* When such' 'blithe sights we 'daily see, To 'keep us brisk arid...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 23 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.           ADVERTISING. ~, After repeated notices, we again   caution our advertising friends, when they for- ward an advertisement to this office, to let the cash be accompanied with it. We particularly allude to many who are out of our reach, and endeavour to make us believe that the name is quite sufficient.                 JEWELL, 'THE BATHURST CHICKEN." Your order would have been attended to, but you forgot to send "the one thing needful"   POLICE BUSINESS.— A full report of Yesterday's   proceedings will be given in our next.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 23 December 1848

Settlers' Wholesale Price Current. SYDNEY. -.'..?: Wheat. — The new crop begins gradually.to arrive^; samples have realized from 3s. 6d. to 4s. per bushel. ,,,..; Flour is quoted same prices as lust week. Maize is slightly improved, 14d. 15d. being the present prices. . Barley must be stacked, good colour and plump in . the grain, to be saleable. . ??:?.??; o: Oats.— Plentiful and dull in sale. .?.?.?''.'. Hav.— Very plentiful and prices low. ':':-!1' '' Butter, — Dull in sale, and prices very low. ?;: Cheese; will fetch from 3d. to 4d. per lb, ? ? ?;. .; 'Bacon and Hams, if well, cured, smoked,, and. pro-; ;perly)Cut,j will sell readily at.4d. per lb... -,^-;.-- ?,-..-,-- v; ;, (Eggs.— Very plentiful., \.,.i'. ' ^ '?'',-„?.?'! '?-??? '?'.'?? '?' ' Fat1 Pigs.— Nominal.'' ':' ' '''. V ';';i.; ;';' ' 11 'Fat 'Calves vary from 10s. ;td 15s; each. V1'^ ?''-? ? ' ? Fat^Sheep ,— Plentiful : sales 'have: been, effected ;at from.3s. 6d. .to 5s.\each;r-; '^;.:;ii 0;u-Vi3d -a-A i:-.,:-,, , Fa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 23 December 1848

CARCOAR RACES— 1849                   Stewards: — WILLIAM MONTAGUE ROTHERY, Esq. THOMAS ICELY, Esq. JOHN SAVERY RODD, Esq. WILLIAM FREDERICK JONES, Esq. PHILLIP STREET, Esq. Judge .- — WILLIAM LAWSON, Junr., Esq. Treasurer.- — SAMUEL NORTH, Esq. Clerk of the Course.- — MR. J. G. WOOD. First Day — Tuesday, March 6. FIRST RACE. THE CARCOAR TOWN PLATE of £50, for all horses, weight for age. Heats, twice round   the Course, three entrances, or no race. Entrance £5. SECOND RACE. The MAIDEN PLATE of £30, for all horses that have never won, weight for age ; heats once round the Course, three entrances or no race. Entrance £3. THIRD RACE. The WELTER STAKES of £20, with £3 each added, for all horses. Two year old to carry 9 stone, three ditto, 10 stone ; four ditto, 10 stone 12 lbs. ; five ditto, 11 stone 7 lbs. ; six and aged, 12 stone. Heats twice round the Cour...

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Police Office. FRIDAY, 22ND-(CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 30 December 1848

Police Office. i Friday, 22nd— (Continubd.) ' % Before Col. Morisset, P.'M., and Messrs - Heathorn, Rankin, and Hawkins. EBqrs. J.Ps. V-Bonher v. Pritcharb1. — This -was an inform ation filed under the tenement act. Mr. I'M'Intpsh appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr. i^adesbn for the defence. iy ^Mr/ Wadeson objected to the bench having juHsdiction^n the case, the term of the lease 'not haying 'expired, which he would endeavour 'to show by the evidence. ''?''. - It appeared that in April last, the defendant 'entered into an agreement with plaintiff, to ^supply him with strong boots at; the rate of | sqveh' shiilings per pair, for his establishment, 'in consideration of which he was to have an acre of 1 and free of all other rents, for the term of three' years ';; in June following, he !ha&''ah' [addition of land to his tenement for ^lAvhich i be ^was^tbjraakie plaintiff two pairs of ' Cossacks,, pei; annum, iand alpo that he would' ?'':make^to9tS'jbri'''hi8/'bwh^:ncc6unt;:Xbr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 30 December 1848

Settlers' 'Wholesale Price Current. ;; ? Sydney.; ' ?'.' V;I, .;/:'; ? Wheat. — No deviation has taken place in . this market during1 the week. New samples have realised from 3s. 6d. to 4s. per bushel, and sales'easily ejected. Flour is still- quoted at £10 for .fine,' £.% seconds, and £8 ration per ton. ? '' '? '; ;' ? Maize is not so plentiful, causing brisk sales, and a slight improvement in prices. ? ; ? '; '--,: '?' Barley only of the very best samples ar-j Baleable, at about 3s. per bushel. Oats. — Plentiful and dull in sale. Hax continues very plentiful, and prices exceedingly lOW. ? ; ? ? ? ? : - ' ? ; ?-.,'??.. Butter is dull in sale, and very abundant; the market greatly overstocked. Cheese, if good, will realise 3d. to 3 Jd. per lb, Bacon and Hams, if well smoked, and cured; are in demand at 4il. per lb. Eggs. — Very plentiful. ? ,-. Fat Pigs. — Nominal. . , Fat Calves vary from 10s. to 15s. each. Fat Sheep are plentiful, and prices a shade lower than last week. . Fat Bul...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 30 December 1848

j£3' We beg1 to inform our Subscribers, ' ' ' that this RTo. completes our first volume, and also flnisb.es tlie last quarter of tie year '1848.!, .Our Xrittle ' Advocate' is now on a firm foundation, and should our patrons continue their support to wards us, great improvements are 'intended to be made in a short time, but we must solicit many of . . jour,.friend&..to,eaja.ae. their, axx easra to be paid up without aelay. . NOTICE TO CORRESPON DENTS. All communications for '.this Journal must be accom panied with the name of the writer, or they will ;'; riot bejinserted: ''''.'?' ? ? ? ? . ' 'The ilEPLY'./roOT the Surveyor General's Office respecting 'The. New Line of Roa.d,' cannot be 'inserted, unless it is paid for as an advertisement. 4 tJt contains thirty sides of Manuscript, which is ''rather too much .for ? ang 'gentleman of common 'conscience to expect gratuitously. 'Lines on the Unemployed Operatives of Syd i';!jjei' will appear in our next. ?? - -.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 30 December 1848

Edited, Printed and Published by Benjamin Isaac   (Sole Proprietor,) at 'THE BATHURST ADVOCATE     Office, William-street, Bathurst, New South Wales     —Saturday, December 30, 1848.  

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 30 December 1848

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

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Burning of the "Ocean Monarch" Emigrant Ship!! LOSS of One Hundred and Thirty Lives!!! [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 30 December 1848

Burning- of the 'Ocean Monarch' ;:?.:..'.-: ..r-i Emigrant Ship 1 1 r--\;l . ?- Xabsa of One Hundred and Thirty 'fFrorri Tire 'Observer, August' 28.) ?The Vsplcndiii A™e.?ica?}, ^'P -^?(?n' Monarch, of' 1 ,306. tons burden, '. belonging.to Train's line .of Boston packets, SvHich, left! tlie.;M-5)rsey. 'early on Thursday morning, in splendid trim, ;virith about 360 persons on board, including, the c'rewJand emigrants,, has „ been' destroyed., ,It is 'melancholy to' add, that, as' near as can be calculated, about 130 of ? the passengers, .who, but a. few hours .before, were .buoyed .'tip, by bright anticipations of the future, haye.beeri lost. .. . , '-.?? . ? The Ocean Monarch sailed .from Liverpool ait an early hour* the tide flowing apqut seven o'clock. . As she. passed . through ,tlie chaiinell. her, progress ..was. reported by the telegraph, but. at length '.the,' sad news arrived that shewas . in flames.' When the announcement was made in the Exchange News-room great consternati...

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The State of Paris. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 30 December 1848

The' State of Paris. The Prefect of Polic^ has just' ' issued the following address to the inhabitants of Paris :— \ ' Citizens.^-Paris,' is dt. length delivered from the rumours spread and exaggerated for some days j past by men who, not daring to attack the Republic openly and by arms, try to ruin it traitorously and by distrust. In their impatience these propagators of panics went so far as to indicate the day and ahnost the hour at which France would incline herself before a new pre tender; Fortunately, however, the comedians can n-), longer give, a tragic denbkment to their buffoonery. Cruel experience has opened the eyes of the least clear-sighted, and no one has hastened to fight for a king. Those who, fatally misled for- a moment, armed themselves against their brethren, now understand that all insurrection has only profited, and would again turn to the profit, of the enemies of the Eepublic. The National Guard and the army, of which the inventors of bad news have dared to s...

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English News. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 30 December 1848

English News.   By the arrival of Johnstone on Thursday, we have European intelligence one day later than previous dates, conse little additional news. The following are some of the most important extracts.   (I'ntelliire'nce'h'a85beeri, received in, Paris to the effect tJiafcfA?i*btf in -hdd^cccptea^^the mediation of Englantj,, 'land \'Fratch/taltmj^f^ini'o{y:'ltiilv.'. Fo ur thpiiisan d French tfobps^^h'ad 'landed at Venice.: This intel 1 igence we ^are-informed poay be relied on.' v ''.;.'-'i;. ^- ',:X ',:':y,.': , ?:'? ..v;.-,iV-- ? ... In Ireland,' things. appenred; to be| settling; into their former position. It will be seen'from? one of the extracts we liave selected, that a. large number of the 'insurgents,' are' to be sent to ;this colony.;- ,-..-.? '....-. ?!,.;?? ,''?' Apprehension of. Thirty Chartists.— 'Ashton- under-Lyne, September 5.— On Wednesday consi derable excitement prevailed in this town in, conse-   quence of its becoming...

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IRELAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 30 December 1848

^'^y vL'!'r^fX:y^IREtAND. :. ,, ? .Thb_Sj3^^.pp 'the ^8URR^T_iQNX4n;TJit^.C^(?2???ci^ Chronicle gives thofbliowing ' as 'the* latest1 iritellig'ence from1 ' the; '^p^celelirateil^ district of iBallingarry : — - '''Ballingiarrjr/ Mcfrtuayy Septri-^AJl ^^ this .neighbpur ?a7 person or .the late- -rebellious ?- proceeuings- is- -the ' absence of nearly nil.' the male' pppidatioh in tho'districi. ?: Every person wtid-'nda 1a'nythlrig'a whatsoever to do,' withs.jthcs;e: : proceedings.,' on, jthe , je-appearnnco x-£ tlie police, fled; the principal portion of the labouring .classes, have.itris'siiid, gonetojEngland,;7vheretheyjex pectempldyrhe'nt-dtrhaymakihg'' and. harvest;- Several it is true, have, been arrested, but though, the .exertions of the local magistrates-have-been incessant and highly praiseworthy, not one eight of the number charged have been mado;amenable to justice. ' The 75th Regt. are still encamped outside the village ; the. inhabitants are greatly beneiatted-byiiViItis...

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