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THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, JANUARY 13, 1849. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 13 January 1849

- THE MTHU11ST APY00ATE. ?SATURDAY, JANUARY 13, 1849. The latter portion of the past year ha3 been filled with momentous incidents. The Emi gration movement has no parallel in the history i of the. world.. Whether viewed' as a. question of necessity. or. advantage, it stands alone. In. this movement we are deeply and incalculably i interested. On the successful prosecution of this measure mainly depends the developement of our internal resources. Hitherto we have confined our attention to wool ; but we now find this is 'not sufficient to meet the demands made upon us. We must now multiply our means, and 'economize those we have. We have ho sympathy with the sentiment — a short life and a merry one ; we wish to inculcate the spirit of a much more noble feeling — A long life andan honourable one ! And if the colonists are not wanting to themselves, one may be effects are produced by adequate causes ; and unless we diligently and p'erseveringly make use of the means within ourreaeb, we...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 13 January 1849

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE     ARRIVALS   JANUARY 4. Winscales, barque, Capt. Sproule, from Adelaide, the 15th December.   4. Eleanor Lancaster, Capt. Lodge, from Adelaide the 15th and Portland Bay the 29th December.   4. Penyard Park, barque, Capt. John Weller, from   London, having left the Downs on the 31st July. 7. Inez, American ship, Capt, Jackson, from the Whaling Grounds. 7. Albion, American ship, Capt. Hatheway, from the Whaling Grounds.     8. Glen Huntley, barque, Capt. Barr, from Port Otago, the 8th December. 9. Gipsy, schooner, Capt. Robinson, from Moreton Bay.     DEPARTURES.       JANUARY 3. Tamar, steamer, Capt. Allen, for More- ton Bay.     4. Swift, schooner, Capt. Terrill, for Moreton Bay 6. Fanny Fisher, barque, Capt. Harrold for Ade- laide, Swan River, and the Mauritius. 6,.,...

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A Very Bad Example Indeed! [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 13 January 1849

A Very Bad Example Indeed ! On Monday evening last, two equestrians, with the unworthy, titles of J.P. attached to their names, and their upper works pretty light with the day's debauch, came as far as the Scots' Church, in Williams-street, where, they intended to display their horsemanship, by putting their horses to the remains of a delapidated fence, with the intention of leaping it, thereby endangering not only their own lives, but also the lives of Her Majesty's subjects, of whom there was a moderate share as spectators. In fact, the animals themselves were ashamed of their riders, for they wished to secrete themselves by trying to make their way into some of the neighbouring houses, endangering the buildings and glass-work of the windows, and also bolting with their   riders into the yards and stables contiguous to the scene ; not satisfied with this wanton cruelty, (for no doubt the poor animals were injured more or less by the failure of repeated attempts to cle...

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IRELAND. (TIMES, 19TH SEPTEMBER.") [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 20 January 1849

XZIEX.ANX». (Times, 19tk September.) The following communication from Clonmel, written after the despatch of the ordinary post, conveys the latest intelligence from the disturbed districts. ' Clonmel, Saturday, Sept. 16, 4 p.m. An express was received in town to-day by the authorities, that the insurgents had moved from the neighbourhood of the Comeragh mountains, county of Watcrford, where they have been in strong force for some days past. The military and police force which left Carrick on Thursday, in pursuit, nearly captured O'Mahony, they remained at Rathcormack under Mr. Coulson, resident magistrate, on Thursday night. The force consisting of 200 of the 3rd buffs and 83rd regi ments, half a troop of the 4th light dragoons, and 60 of the constabulary (who had halted one hour in Car rick after their arrival from Dublin) returned to Car rick yesterday about noon, bringing some arms, pikes, &c, which the fellows left behind them in the chase, and Mr. O'Mahony's horse fully...

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Original Poetry. I TOUCHED MY TAMBOURINE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 20 January 1849

Original Poetry. I TOUCHED MY TAMBOURINE. My mother taught me when si boy, To play the tambourine, And thus it is I'm hail'd with joy. And lov'd where'er I'm seen. O, the joyful days, the happy days. The' glorious days I've srrn, As wandering on from town to town, I plny'd my tambourine ; With .1 rap, rap, rap, and a rub, rub, rub, I touch'd it oil' so clean. That man and maul, delighted, said, . . How he plays the tambourine ! We made our bed in the green wood glade, In the moon's mild chequering beam, And lov'd to hear, as the bugle play'd, Some bill from the forest scream. And there, as the birds in the morning sun, Their gay glad wings expand, We all sit down to our matin meal, By the side of our blazing brand ; With a rap, rap, rap, and a rub, rub, rub, I touch my tambourine, Then up, all play, march, march away, To some more heart-stirring scene. From Wollongong, to Kurrajong, We rov'd, a merry band, And dane'd and sang, till the forest rang, And gladness fill'd the land. When...

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THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 20 January 1849

THE WEATHER. English Lady. Dear, dear, 0 dear, how hot it is ! Irish Lady. Och, blessings on't, him* hut it is ! Scotch Lady. Guile save us a, sirs, it's unco close, an' feaifu, warm ! Australian Lady. O, most delightfully warm, very pleasant indeed ! The heat is evcessive, each mouthful oppressive, And soon, very soon, we may see, The four-footed animals, wilder than cannibals, And the birds dropping dead from the tree ! O then for to be an indweller, Far, far from the hum of the bee, Of some spacious well-stock'd cellar, Deep, under the deep, deep sea.

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THE BATHURST ADVOCATE. SATURDAY, JANUARY 20, 1849. English News. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 20 January 1849

THE. BATHUIIST ABYOCATE. SATURDAY, JANUARY 20, 1849. ? -* ? English XTews. By the Martin Luther, from Grcenock, which arrived at Port Phillip, on the 3rd of January, English intel ligence has been received to the 20th September. Political, commercial, and financial matters, are slowly but steadily improving. The Queen with the 'model husband,' was still in Scotland, riding ponies, sketching craigs, and receiving ' addresses.' The crops throughout promised an abundant yield, and a great breadth of grain has been got in. The ?weather was most propituous. The potato crop would again be a partial failure. In Ireland Doheny and O' Gorman were 'out' in the south with a flying guerilla party of about 1,000 men, demanding arms at every house they ncarcd. The Government were taking active precautionary mea sures. About one-half of the potato' crop was doomed, but as at least one-fourth more than the usual quantity of seed had been put in, the deficit will not be so great as would appear at f...

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TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 20 January 1849

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. I write with a two-barrell'd pen,   Which ne'er from an argument shrunk, And could hunt a wild boar to his den, Had he tusks like an elephant's trunk ! I've got rods upon rods in pickle. That would cut through the flesh to the bone, Then, ye dogs ! as ye howl from your kennel, Howl less fiercely in temper and tone ! Laird of Logie.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 20 January 1849

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. All communications for this Journal must be accom panied with the name of the writer, or they will not be inserted. "Illegal Pawnbrokers."— The article under this     head, must stand over for a short time. Your argument is good, ' SIMEON,' but we do not wish to "fall out with our neighbours" — at present. "THE TWO J. P.'s."— We last week noticed the sub-     ject, which gave public satisfaction. We decline making any further remarks, as the two gentlemen have been dealt with by their brother benchers. 'A — a '—Please for forward four quarters subscrip tion to the Advocate. Do you understand this ?

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 20 January 1849

[Advertisement.] — SCROFULOUS SORES OF TEN   YEARS' STANDING, CURED BY HOLLOWAY'S OINT-   MENT AND PILLS - Mr C, Brook, residing at Standis-     hall, Suffolk, had the whole of his breast in one fright-   ful mass of scrofulous sores and ulcers, besides similar   large ulcers on the hip. He had been thus afflicted     for ten years, and under the treatment of the greatest     surgeons in the country, and was for a considerable   time at the Worcester Infirmary without receiving the     least benefit. He, however, is another of the many   who have been cured after every other means had   failed. These celebrated medicines are equally effica-     cious in all cases of gout and rheumatism, or contracted   or stiff joints.     &...

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Presentation of New Colours to the 3rd Buffa, [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 20 January 1849

Presentation of New Colours tj the 3rd Suffa. ('From the Armagh Guardian. J This ceremony took place in the I3;irrack« square. Belfast, on Tuesday. The elite of the town were present, most of them being ad mitted 1)V ticket to the reserved plices, which vrere marked off from the space allotted to the public generally, by a line of rope, and sentinels of the Carbineers ; but about the middle of the proceedings, this regulation was partially broken through. The old colours of the regi ment which were exhibited, and were borne by the Ensigns who carried them at the last battle (Punniar,) in which the Buffs were engaged, ?were much worn. They are twenty years old. The new colours are pretty. The ground is of butf-coloured silk ; in the centre is the arms ot the regiment- a griffin — surrounded by a wreath, composed of the rose, the shamrock, and the thistle, surmounted by the ltnyai Crown; and on the margin are the names t-»«.,_^. Aiitripm. Mivpiift. Talavera. P.v ranees. Nive, Peninsul...

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THE STATE TRIALS. Clonmel, Thursday, Sept, 21. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 20 January 1849

TKS STATE TR.ZA.XiS. (From The Times' Reporter's Clonmel, Thursday, Sept. 21. The grand scene of the drama which Mr. W. S. O'Brien and his companions have been lately enacting has now arrived. The Lord Chief Justice Blacltburno thon addressed the Jury as follows : — Lord Viscount Suirdale and Gentlemen of the Grand Jury of Tipperary, — I feel assured that you participate in- my feeling, and in that of every person who has the peace and happiness of the country sincerely at heart, her Most Gracious Majesty has now after the lapse of a very few months, found it necessary to issue the commission which has just been read to you, whereby she calls upon her subjects to aid her by performing their duty in the administration of the criminal law of the land. As I have alluded to the former Special Commission, under which the greater number of you were called upon to perform your duties in January last, I think it but just and so far satis factory to observe, that the crimes and outrages whic...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 20 January 1849

BATHURST COPPER MINING COSIPANY. CJiPirJrib £10,000, IN 2,000 SHARES OF £5 EACH. Provisional Committee, .?-- Messrs. W. H. SUTTOR, M.C. FRANCIS LORD JOHN FOKD JAMKS ARTHUR HENRY ROTTON JOHN TAIT RICHARD MACHATTIE EDWARD AUSTIN THOMAS D. SYER J. N. M'INTO.SH ? GEORGE FERGUSON. JOHN DARG1N Treasurer:— MR. JAMES ARTHUR. Bankers .? — THE UNION BANK OF AUSTRALIA, SYDNEY AND BATHURST. Solicitor : — MR. H. F. STEPHEN, Bathurst. Secretary : — - MR. KENNETT PRICE, Bathurst. ?o COPPER ORE having been discovered on the Estate of John Findlater Clements, Esq., known as Summerhill, situated on Campbell's River, about twenty-five miles from Bathurst. thirty indivi duals agreed to subscribe £20 each and formed them selves into an Association, (of which the above Provir sional Committee are Members) for the purpose of opening a Mine on that Estate, with the ultimate view of establishing a Public Company, should their opera tions turn out favorably in Ihe mean while. The Association accordingly comm...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 20 January 1849

To tne Subscribers of the BATHURST COPPER MINING COMPANY. -» FURTHER CALL of £5 on each of the Thirty /^a Original Shares, is hereby made by the Di rectors of the above Company. , . THOMAS D. SYER, j .-?.-?? Chairman of the Directors. iBathurst, 13th January, 1849. Sale by Auction. Messrs. SLOMAN & ASHS Will Sell by Auction, to the MgJiest bidder, at Arthur's Yards, on MONDA Y NEXT, the 22nd of January, one o'clock precisely, F||W E L V E REALLY GOOD W ORK1NG H BULLOCKS, with Tackle for Eight. POLE DRAY and NEW TARPAULIN. TWO SADDLE MARES ONE YEARLING COLT. ONE MILCH COW. Terms — Cash, ox fall of the hammer. ROYAL MAIL COACHES. A FOUR HORSE COACH, from and to Bathurst, Hartley, Penrith, Parramatta, and Sydney, three times a week. A TWO HORSE COACH, from and to Bathurst, Orange, Molong, and Wellington, twice a week. A TWO HORSE COACH, from and to Bathurst, King's Plains, and Carcoar, three times a week. A ONE HORSE MAIL CART, from and to Bathurst, and 0' Connell, twice a week...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 20 January 1849

Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. JANUARY 10. Emma, barque, Capt. Knight, from Auckland the 29th December. 11. Scotia, schooner, Capt. Ward, from Port Ni- cholson the 22nd December. 11. Nimrod, ship, Capt. Atkins, from Auckland the 1st instant. 11. Phoenix, steamer, Capt. Wiseman, from the Clarence River the 10th instant. 12. Louisa, brig, Capt. Milton, from Auckland the 31st December. 12. Opalia, schooner, Capt. Easton, from Moreton Bay the 8th instant. 12. Rainbow, schooner, Capt. Paterson, from More- ton Bay the 6th instant. 12. Champion, schooner, Capt. Collas, from More- ton Bay the 8th instant. 12. Tamar, steamer, Capt. Allen, from Moreton Bay the 10th instant. 13. Duke of Richmond, barque, Capt. Barclay, from London, having left the Downs on the 25th Sept. 13. Munford, schooner, Capt. Hayle, from Laun- ceston, the 7th instant. 13. Brothers, schooner, Capt. Dockray, from Port- land Bay the 6th instant. 13. Secret, schooner, Capt. Hunter, from Moreton Bay, the 9th instant. 13. E...

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Denominational Schools. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 20 January 1849

Denominational Schools. With reference to the Regulations, bearing date 24 July, 1848, the Denominational School Board notify, for general information, the appointment of the fol lowing Local School Boards. CHURCH OF ENGLAND SCHOOLS. Bathurst. — Rev. Thomas Sharpe ; J. S. Home, Esq. ; and J. Tingcombe, Esq. Kelso.— Rev. W. Lisle ; W. H. Suttor, Esq.,.M.C. ; and Alfred Cox, Esq,           PRESBYTERIAN SCHOOLS. Bathurst. — Major-General William Stewart; George Rankin, Esq., J.P. ; George Busby, Esq,, J.P. . WESLEYAN SCHOOLS. Bathurst District. — The Senior resident Wesleyan Minister in charge ; H. M. Fulton ; William Lane, J.P. ; John Parker ; and William Thompson. ROMAN CATHOLIC SCHOOLS. Bathurst. — Rev. Vincent Bourgeois ; James Joseph Connell, Esq., M.D. ; and Matthew Finlay, Esq.

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Later English News. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 20 January 1849

Later English News. BY the Duke of Richmond, which arrived on Saturday last, we have English news to the 23rd September, four days later than we received from Port Phillip, and a fortnight later than we had previously received direct. The Irish outbreak still continued to harass the Government and the country, but it was so contemp- tible in amount that it would be a misnomer to call it a rebellion. The depredations of the insurgents how- ever were a cause of a great excitement and annoyance to the peaceably disposed inhabitants. The trial of Mr. O'Brien and several other traitors   had commenced. In France we fear there was likely to be another collision between the Communists and the Moderate party. A strong feeling in favour of a Monarchical Government was growing up. The sudden death, supposed to be caused by disease of the heart, of Lord G. Bentick had caused great grief among men of all parties.

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Police Office. SATURDAY, 13TH JANUARY. Before the Police Magistrate. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 20 January 1849

Police Office. SATURDAY, 13TH JANUARY. Before the Police Magistrate. William Earl, James Evans, and Thomas Dean, were charged with drunkenness, and fined, the former 5s., and the two latter 10s. each. John Shirley, and Joseph Briggs, were charged with vagrancy, and remanded. MONDAY. Before the Police Magistrate. James Cooney was charged with drunkenness and fined 10s., or 24 hours to the cells. Joseph Doyle was charged with drunkenness and vagrancy, and sentenced to 14 days hard labour in the gaol. John Shirley and Joseph Briggs for vagrancy, were discharged. TUESDAY. Before the Police Magistrate. Elizabeth Grey, and Sarah Kidd, were fined 10s. each, or 24 hours to the cells, for drunkenness. WEDNESDAY. Before the Police Magistrate. The only case disposed of was that of furious riding against the two J.P.'s, They appeared through their attorney, Mr. M'Intosh, and were fined £2 each and costs. UNCLAIMED LETTERS FOR THE MONTH OF DECEM— BER, 1848. — The following is a List of unclaimed...

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Impounded. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 27 January 1849

Impounded, At Hartley. — On the 3rd day of January, from Mr. William Commins : 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 burnt. Yearling colt, TJ near side under the saddle, hlack points, mane, and tail, a yearling damages 3s. These cattle are very low in condition. If not released will be sold according to Act of Council. J. M'Kay, Poundkeeper. At Pepi'-er's Creek Pound. — On the 27th day of December, 1848,. from P. Hanrahan, Triangle Flat, Bathurst : — Bay horse, black points, AB near shoulder star on forehead, two hind feet little white, saddle marks, aged, singular spot on near thigh. Brown entire colt, Q — II bar between the two letters, white on the face, 2 years old, branded near shoulder. Chestnut horse, bald face, PF near shoulder, saddle marks. Bay horse, black points, JA sideways, off shoulder, small star on'forehe...

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THE EMIGRANT BARK. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Advocate — 27 January 1849

THE EMIGRANT BARK. Odr bark, like a bird, takes her flight from the Tay, With nearly three hundred souls on board, And many are crowding to see her away, But few who at wartine one tear can afford. They come not to sorrow, they come not to sigh, But with three hearty cheers to bid us good bye, . , And yet in their hearts they may wish us as well, As if fast from their eye-lids the tear drops fell, And mentally pray as they see us go forth, Poor sons of a day ! from the land of our birth, That our beautiful bark may find on the deep, The breeze still awake, and the tempest asleep, Till that hour when a crowd like the present shall stand, And hail us with joy to Australia's strand, That our days, as they fly, may be winged with con tent, ' And our hopes realized- to their utmost extent. Havk ! to tho signal gun, it tells the heart, That friends must now— perhaps for ever— part ! The sad uncertainty of future years, Gives rise to thought, and serious thought to fears, That now the eye ...

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