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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 6 January 1849

[ADVERTISEMENT.] — WONDERFUL EFFECT OF HOL- LOWAY'S OINTMENT AND PILLS. — Nine months since a gentleman residing in Glaslough, County Monaghan, had an opening made from the hip to the knee, and a great deal of diseased flesh removed. For three years he suffered night and day, although he consulted all the most skilful surgeons and physicians he could hear of, using baths, liniments, &c., without effect. He expected to be a cripple for life, yet by the use of Holloway's Ointment and Pills he is now cured and enabled to attend to business for the last six months, as though nothing had happened. His address is known to the proprietor of the Armagh Guardian. THE GREATEST SALE     Of any Medicine in the Globe.   HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT.   CURE OF THIRTY-FIVE ULCERS.   "Molong, Sept. 25, 1848.       'To Mr. J. K.Heydon.     "Sir, — I owe a debt of gratitude...

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Original Poetry. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 6 January 1849

Original Poetry. On reading an account of a meeting of unemployed operatives, held in Sydney, for the purpose of Petitioning to be employed on Government works, 20th December, 1848.   YE craftsmen of Sydney, harangued by the Mayor, Your voice sounds afar, like the voice of despair, And high it would seem as Saint James's steeple. You could sec your late idol, the pet of tho people ! (Ah, cymbal tongued Robert, though you may not lack land, . You may yet sigh, at times, for tho wilds of green Auckland,       'Tis pleasaut no doubt to be cheerd by the crowd, But how would you feel should they hiss you aloud ? The bladdar your breath has so fully inflated, May burst in your face, should it swell and get heated,) Far be it from me, to question your merit. . But show if ye can, independence of spirit, What ! Britons reduced to most humbly petition, To be farther reduced to the poor slaves condition ! Beg, borrow, or cry, in a desperate ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 6 January 1849

CARCOAR RACES, 1849                       Stewards : — WILLIAM MONTAGUE ROTHER Y, 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 WE...

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Education. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 13 January 1849

Education. We would impress on the minds of persons, that the tmst saving, is that made in the education of their children ; but let parents retrench their expenditure in dress, furniture, or even some of the luxuries of life, rather than sacrifice the moral and mental training of their offspring, by entrusting them to the care of -those who are utterly incompetent for the work; for never can they hope to rise in 'the social scale of society, till a more solid educa tion prepares them for the use of their nume rous previleges. And not until the instructors of the children of the' middle classes are so remunerated, that persons of abilities and acquirements, will be induced to undertake the training of youth ; may we hope to see a better state of things than is at present exhibited;

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The Late Session. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 13 January 1849

TXie 3Jate Session. /From The Spectator, Sept., 9.) The session is over. Both houses of Parliament have been gradually wasting away by a kind of leakage, a small proportion only remaining ?to /witness the Royal assent to various, bills, : and at last even the honorable dregs have been let off. The concluding busines of the session was unimportant : some score or two of bills, including Turnpike Act Continuance Bills, the Consolidated Fund Bill, and others of Lord John Russell's ' hundred and five' great legis lative works, received quiet consummation on the monday and Tuesday, just before the two chambers were collected to be dismissed. Mr. Speaker, indeed, did not account the whole ' hundred and five,' bills of so much importance as to challenge notice in his sum mary of the session : he forgot all but a very small proportion ; specifying only the public Health Bill, .the Encumbered Estates Bill, the Irish Public Works Bill, and the Coercion Bills. 'After Lord John's arithmetical b...

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The Archduke John of Austria and his Marriage. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 13 January 1849

The Archduice John of Austria and his KEarriag-e. Thk Archduke Regent arrived at Fran.kfont at, nine o'clock on the evening of the:3rd August,- 7 and was delighted to witness the hearty recep- / tion prepared ? for his lady, the Countess1' W'.:,' Brandhof. The story of his marriage' hais^' always been one of the principal reasons pffhisT/o popularity. Once on a summer's day, upon arriving at Aussee, a small town in Styria, 'tfieJ101 traveller was informed that for some grave mishap or other, no postilion was'.;''at1V'han)|'i')|)'. The unfortunate gputy old postmaster, a.nd;h.iW oi( wife were in the greatest distress — the maids ni.-;j were sent out in haste to find a man able'td'0' drive the Prince's carriage ; the groom' w^s!'''/, bid rather harshley to make haste and put to ^' ;7 the horses, when the handsome young daugh ter of the house, quietly approaches her father, ! and assures him, that she will take the reins 7 j for fear that on the bad roads some harm might \ happen to hi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 13 January 1849

[Advertisement.]— A Coke for all kinds of Swellings and Tumours, by Hollow ay's Ointment and Pills. — Mr. John Young, of Worcester-street, Kidderroinister, had been afflicted for nine years with a tumour or swelling on his leg, which at times pre vented him from attending to his business. He had used everything that could bo thought of, but only got worse instead of better. In two months he was per fectly cured by Holloway's pills and ointment. Messrs. I'ennell and Mark, the very respectable booksellers, Kiddcrminister, will vouch for the correctness of this statement. Glandular swellings, unnatural enlarge ments, contracted or stiff joints, might speedily be cured by these celebrated medicines. FJSPHIE PURCHASERS of HOLLOWAY'S jH MEDICINES are requested to bo upon their guard, so that they arc not imposed upon. Spurious Pills having been sold as Holioway's, in the Batliurst District. The best plan tor Pur chasers to detect the Forgeries, is to enquire if the Vendors have Ointment a...

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THE FAMILY VISITER. x "Against example singularly good." [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 13 January 1849

TIES FAMIIiV VISITER. No. x. ?-u ' Against example singularly good.' We know not that we can devote this paper to a higher purpose than to prosecute the subject of our last. It is always desirable to possess clear and distinct notions of the meaning of words which we use ; and more especially of those words to which we attain a particular importance. Courage and Cowardice are cer tainly words of this class. When these terms are properly understood, it is not without reason that a man should dread the applica tion of the term cowant. to his character. And on the other hand, there is the highest possible reason why a man should seek to merit the character of being courageous. It is a common remark, but not less true, ' Tell me a man's company, and I will tell you the character of the man.' The adage may also be reversed, tell me the man's cha racter, and I will describe his companions. Thus it is with the highest virtues. A man of true courage will possess, generally, a large measure ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 13 January 1849

dissolution of PABTNEBSBIP. fW^HE UNDERSIGNED beg to announce tig ? that their Sale by Auction Will take place about the latter end of March or beginning of April, and that, in order to lessen as much as possible the sacrifice upon their Stock that must then- take place, they will in the meantime dis pose of the greater part of the Goods they have on hand at considerably below the Cost Price, and on none of them will they ask any profit. 1 hey have still left a Large Stock of Ironmongery Goods j', Draperies; Haberdashery and Hosiery; Beavei nnd Felt Hats ; Groceries ; Brushware ; Rock and Liverpool Salt; Black and Green Tea (best brands in the market ;) Fine bright Sugar ; Twine, String, Rope, &c, &c, &c. ALSO, AN I N V 0 1 C E of S T ATIONERY GOODS, comprising— Wrappirig-Paprr of all kinds ; Foolscap and Post-Paper ; Copy and Cyphering Books, (ruled and plain ;) Memorandum and Spelling Books (assorted;) Slates; Steel Pens; Pencils, &c. &c, &a...

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TRUTH IN PARENTHESIS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 13 January 1849

TRUTH IN PARENTHESIS. I really take it very kind, This visit Mrs. Skinner. I have not seen you such an age, (The wretch has come to dinner.)   Your daughters too, — what lovely girls —     What heads for painter's easels,   Come here and kiss the infant dears,   (And give it, perhaps, the measles.)       Your charming boys I see are home,   From Rev. Mr. Russell's,   'Twas very kind to bring them both,   (What boots for my new brussels.)     What ! little Clara left at home,   Well, now I call that shabby, I should have loved to kiss her so,   (A flabby, musty baby.)     And Mr. S., I hope he's well, ' Ah ! tho' he lives so handy, He never now drops in to sup,   (The better for our brandy.)     Came, take a seat — I long to hea...

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Original Poetry. COPPER ORE AND MAIDEN COUNTY'S. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 13 January 1849

Original Poetry.   COPPER ORE AND MAIDEN COUNTY'S. Why should a man of woman born,   Allow his heart to sink, repining ?   Though wool may take an awkward turn, We still can go a copper mining. We've here Molong and Summer Hill, And only want a few subscribers, You'll take, sir, twenty shares ? you will, We've still some left, so tell your neighbours. Have you got shares in Burra Burra, That famous mine, and fortune maker ? Then let me tell you, sir, that you're a Great coppermonger, by the acre. How men will mightiest mountains shiver, And downward sink in search of riches ! Yes, men so lucky, wise, and clever, Should have large pockets to their breeches. Some men seem born fate's boat to row ill O'er life's strange sea, where many a turn is, And some, the earth to disembowel, And roast her entrails in a furnace.   The age o ' gold is come again, The world, run mad, is on a journey, a Wild cry of maniacs fills the main, &n...

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Episcopalianism. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 13 January 1849

Episcopalianism. On Tuesday evening, an adjourned public meeting of the members and friends of the Church of England, took place in the tempo- rary church, Percy- street, the Lord Bishop in the chair, for the purpose of considering the best means of providing for the maintenance of the resident minister, and the proper fitting up of the school-room for public worship. Messrs. Claridge, Crouch, Flower, Hazlewood, Moon, Tulloh, and Wilkinson, were appointed a committee of General Management, Mr. Henty, Treasurer, Mr. Clay, Secretary, and Messrs. Must and Robertson, Auditors. The   Committee are to meet at least four times in the year, in January, April, July, and October, three to form a quorum. The above gentleman engaged to raise £100 for the support of the minister, which would ensure an equal amount from the Government, in addition to which he will receive £50 from the Bishop and £50 from the Diocesan Committee, a free house, and all fees, and whatever may be col- lec...

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The Adelaide Press. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 13 January 1849

The Adelaide Press. Considerable commotion has been created in Ade- laide by the attempt which is being made by the Directors of the Burra Burra Mines, to crush Mr. John Stephens, the proprietor of the South Australian Register and Adelaide Observer, newspapers, who has incurred their ire by bringing to light the unhealthy state of affairs in the management of that monster   mining establishment. Not fewer than nine of those gentlemen have brought actions for libel, against Mr. Stephens, a proceeding which bears on the face of it the evidence of a combination, against the freedom of discussion in the Adelaide Press, for though Mr. Stephens may perhaps have gone farther than he was warranted in doing, in assigning causes for the untoward state of affairs in a concern considered to be so very flourishing, his comments were in other re- spects perfectly legitimate, and indeed loudly called for, and it docs not seem that he either stepped out of his way to give the offence,...

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Smelting Works Foundation Stone. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 13 January 1849

Smelting Works Foundation Stone. On Monday last, the first stone of the smelt- ing works of the Patent Copper Company, was laid, at the Burra by Wm. Giles, Esq., J.P. A bottle corked, and sealed, inclosing the following inscription, was deposited under- neath the stone :-— This Foundation Stone, of the First Smelting Works of the Patent Copper Company,   erected in South Australia, was laid by William Giles, Esq., J.P., Manager of the South Australian Company, on the 11th December, 1848. Victoria regnante. Many hearty cheers were given by the Com- pany, and workmen, assembled to witness or assist in the proceeding ; after the stone was laid, Mr. Giles commenced a short and appro- priate address. He pointed out the value of the mining interests of this colony, and espe- cially of the Burra Burra mine, which of itself formed an area in our history. He viewed the proceedings in which they were then en- gaged, as forming another area, not less im- portant in its anticipated...

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Alieged Conspiracy to Assassinate Colonel Vandelour. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 13 January 1849

Alleged Conspiracy to Assassinate Colonel Vandeleur. The Limerick Examiner contains the fol- lowing : — " Kilrush, Monday evening. — Ex- traordinary sensation has been created in this town by reason of information which a fellow named Singleton gave Moore, a policeman, to the effect that Mr. Joseph Brennan and Mr. Michael Hasset, two respectable shopkeepers, solicited him to assassinate Colonel Vandeleur, and that they would amply remunerate him and an associate named Curtin for so doing. This Curtin was instrumental in transporting four persons at last spring assizes for posting threat- ening notices on Mr. Vandeleur's gate, but the general excitement then was, and still continues to be, in this locality, where the, character of Curtin is perfectly well known, that the parties were wrongfully charged with the posting of the notices, and that Curtin himself was the perpetrator of the offence. Of course, no person in this town is so incredulous as to believe that the Messrs. Brennan ...

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MAGISTERIAL AMUSEMENTS ; OR, THE BENCH IN JEOPARDY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 13 January 1849

MAGISTERIAL AMUSEMENTS ; OR, THE BENCH IN JEOPARDY. Some vagabond riders on gentlemen horses, The horses seem'd really ashamed of their riders, With their brains swimming round in the yest of their purses, Made our youngsters one night, fly as flies would from spiders. The depth of our ditches on horseback they sounded, The ditches, no doubt, had the worst of the stink, O'er our parapet walls and high rail fences bounded, Till the earth, where they tumbled, abhorrent did shrink. But where all the while were our knights of the baton ? Dead drunk ? or in bed with the sun on the floor ! They seize a mad scamp with a J.P.'s hat on,   0 no, they are heroes alone 'mongst the poor. LAIRD OF CLUNY. CATTLE STEALING. — On Monday last, three men, named Dennis O'Brien, Edward Hilsdon, and Joseph Jefferies, were brought up at the Police Office, and committed to take their trial for cattle stealing, at the next Criminal Court, under the following circum- stances: — On Sunday evening,...

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Police Office—Carcoar. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 13 January 1849

Police Office— — Carcoar. On the 3rd January, Thomas Nelson, John Hart- nett, and John Williams, alias Weatherstone, alias Chummy, were charged before Samuel North, Esq., with robbing a dray, belonging to Richard Rogers, at Limestone Creek, in the district of Carcoar, and stealing therefrom some rum, wine, three pairs of women's shoes and a pair of hobbles. They were all three committed, and ordered to be forwarded to H.M. Gaol, at Bathurst, to await their trial at the ensuing Circuit Court.         On the 8th January, George Mildmay, alias Mild- way, was charged before Samuel North, Esq., with uttering a forged order for £4 6s., purporting to be drawn by James Barfitt, of Springfield, on. J. S. Rodd, Esq., J.P., of Blackdown. The prisoner was com- mitted for trial at the ensuing Circuit Court, to be forwarded to H.M. Gaol, at Bathurst, to await his trial.  

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 13 January 1849

SliOr/TiLH & ASHES ~ Will dispose of by Public Auction, THIS DAY, at their Rooms, 12 o' Clock, FgHWO NEW POLE DRAYS M TWO SECONDHAND CARTS THREE WHEEL-BARROWS A QUANTITY OF BULLOCK CHAINS. ALSO, Several ARTICLES of HOUSEHOLD USE, Including- STRETCHERS, WOOL BEDS, &c. ' ' ' ? . Tekms— CASH, BATHURST     Ladies' Boarding and Day School. MISS FALLOON returns her sincere thanks for the friendly patronage she has received from the inhabitants of Bathurst, and respectfully in- forms them, that she will again resume her duties for the Education of a limited number of young Ladies, ON MONDAY, JANUARY the 22nd, 1849. A quarter's notice (or payment required) previous to the removal of a pupil. Terms and other information may be obtained, on   application at Miss Falloon's residence ; or, at The "'Advocate'' Office, William-street, Bathurst.     .;. LESSEE OF THE PHCENIX MILLS, : ';??t FREDERICK'S VALLEY, ?mWKgS .TO RETURN' his sincere tha...

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Impounded. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 13 January 1849

Impounded,       AT HARTLEY,— On the 3rd day of January, 1849 from Mr. William Cummins : Bay mare, black mane, and tail, TJ near side under the saddle, white hind feet, about 5 years old, between 14 and 15 hands high, damages 3s. The brand appears to have slipped or laid over another brand. Yearling colt, TJ near side under the saddle, black points, mane, and tail, a year- ling ; damages 3s. These cattle are very low in con- dition. If not released will be sold on the 24th January. JAMES M'KAY, Poundkeeper.     At O'CONNELL PLAINS, — On the 23rd December, 1848, from the Estate of J.W. Lowe, Esq. : — Black poley cow, MF off rump. Also, from the same, De- cember 30th, 1848 : — Black and white cow, like WD with ED under, off rump, and J off ribs, near ear marked, white face. Strawberry steer, C within circle off rump. Yellow steer, MR J under off rump. White and yellow steer, like.JM near rump, top off near ear. Yellow bu...

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Police Office. FRIDAY, 5TH JANUARY, 1849. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 13 January 1849

Police Office. FRIDAY, 5TH JANUARY, 1849.   Before Col. Morisset, P.M., J. B. Richards, Esq. J.P., and T. J. Hawkins, Esq., J.P.   John Carney attended on summons, to answer a charge of sly grog selling. Mr. Bligh appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr. Wade- son for the defence.                 From the evidence adduced, it appeared, that the defendant kept a board and lodging house in Ranken- street ; on the 4th of December last, Mr. Davis the   Chief Constable, having suspicion (in consequence of defendant's being a disorderly house) concerted with a woman named Mary Edwards, to meet him that night, in order to obtain further knowledge of the proceedings in defendant's house, accordingly, the Chief Constable and two of his subordinates proceeded towards Ranken-street, where they met Mary "ever   punctual" and they began to arrange...

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